Monthly Archives: August 2016

Preview of #521 – Narcissism in The Era of Donald Trump with Psychiatrist Lenonard Cruz, MD

Today my guest is psychiatrist Dr. Len Cruz. He is co-founder of the Asheville Jung Center, the Editor-in-Chief of Chiron Publications, and co-edited the 2016 book A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump. You can find the full video of the interview at Play in new window | […]

#520 – Life Reimagined at Midlife with Barbara Bradley Hagerty

Transcript Barbara Bradley Hagerty is the New York Times bestselling author of Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife (Riverhead Books, 2016) and Fingerprints of God: The Search for the Science of Spirituality (Riverhead, 2009). Her six-part series on how to thrive at midlife aired on NPR in March 2016. Barb worked for […]

Preview of #520 with Barbara Bradley Hagerty on Mid-Life Reimagined

Today my guest is longtime National Public Radio journalist, Barbara Bradley Hagerty. Among her many accomplishments, she is the author of several books including, the 2016 book, Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife, which will be the focus of our discussion today. For more information about Barbara Bradley Hagerty please see our […]

#519 – The Power Paradox with Dacher Keltner PhD

I was born in Jalisco, Mexico, the offspring of two early members of the counterculture. My mother, a literature professor, and father, an artist, raised my brother and me in Laurel Canyon in the late 60s, where those North Hollywood hills were filled with revolution. When my mom secured her first job as a professor […]

#518 – Understanding Addiction As A Developmental Disorder with Maia Szalavitz

Transcript According to Wikipedia, Maia Szalavitz is an American reporter and author who has focused on science, public policy and addiction treatment. Raised in upstate New York, Szalavitz graduated from Monroe-Woodbury High School in 1983 and attended Columbia University. She graduated cum laude from Brooklyn College. Maia Szalavitz is known as the author of Help […]

Video Preview of #518 on Addiction with Maia Szalavitz

My guest is Maia Slalavitz, journalist, former addict and author of the 2016 book Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction in which she interweaves the story of her own past addiction to hard drugs with current science. Play in new window | Download

#517 – Exploring Early Career Issues for Psychotherapists with Podcaster Amy Felman

Amy Felman M.A. is a Clinical Psychologist and the host of a podcast for early career psychologists called “We All Wear It Differently”. She is based in Melbourne, Australia. Amy has a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Deakin University, Victoria, and completed her honours degree in psychology at Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria. Since graduating […]

Video Preview of #517 with Australian Psychologist & Podcaster Amy Felman

Amy Felman’s interview podcast is titled We All Wear It Differently and is mainly directed toward early career therapists but clearly beneficial to a much wider audience. You can see the full video at or listen to the audio which will be released on Thursday, August 4, 2016. Play in new window | […]

Video Preview of #516 Ending The Parent Teen Contol Battle with Neil D. Brown

You can find the full length video of this interview on Play in new window | Download