Video Preview of #548 Jung’s Evolving Views of Nazi Germany with William Schoenl

I speak with William Schoenl professor emeritus of Modern European history at Michigan State University. William and Linda Schoenl’s book Jung’s Evolving Views of Nazi Germany describes for the first time Jung’s views of Nazi Germany.

#547 – Exploring Compassion Focused Therapy with Paul Gilbert PhD

Paul Gilbert, FBPsS, PhD, OBE is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Derby and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Derbyshire Health Care Foundation Trust. He has researched evolutionary approaches to psychopathology for over 35 years with a special focus on shame and the treatment of shame based difficulties – for which compassion focused therapy was developed. He was made a Fellow of the British Psychological Society in 1993. In 2003 Paul was president of the BABCP and a member of the first British Governments’ NICE guidelines for depression. He has written/edited 20 books and over 200 papers. In 2006 he established the Compassionate Mind Foundation, a charity with the mission statement “to promote wellbeing through the scientific understanding and application of compassion” (www.compassionatemind.co.uk). He was awarded an OBE in March 2011. Read More »

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Video Preview of #547 Exploring Compassion Focused Therapy with Paul Gilbert PhD

I speak with with U.K. psychologist, Dr. Paul Gilbert about his pioneering work in the area of Compassion Focused Psychotherapy.

#546 – Metacognitive Thinking Skills for Young Students with Hanna Bogen

Hanna Bogen, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Social-Cognitive Specialist based in Los Angeles, CA, with a primary focus on therapies and interventions that support self-regulation, social communication, executive functioning, and speech and language deficits. Hanna is the co-creator of Brain Talk (www.braintalktherapy.com), a metacognitive curriculum designed to teach students about their brains, and how to use the executive function capacities of the prefrontal cortex to respond mindfully rather than react impulsively. In addition to working as a therapist, Hanna trains and consults with school and therapy teams in and out of California to support greater understanding of her areas of specialty, as well as how to support students from pre-school through young adulthood at home, school and in the community. She works with a diverse population of clients, including those diagnosed with ADHD, ASD, and speech and/or language disorders. You can learn more about Hanna Bogen and contact her at www.hannabogen.com. Read More »

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Video Preview of 546 – Metacognitive Thinking Skills with Hanna Bogen

I speak with Hanna Bogen M.S., co-creator of Brain Talk, a metacognitive curriculum designed to teach students about their brains and how to use the executive function capacities of the prefrontal cortex to respond mindfully rather than react impulsively.

#545 – Killing It Without Killing Yourself with Serial Entrepreneur Sheryl O’Loughlin

Sheryl O’Loughlin is a serial entrepreneur and author of Killing It! An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart. She has served as the CEO of Clif Bar and Company, where she led the concept development and introduction of Luna Bar. In Sheryl’s three years as CEO, the company revenue doubled from $100M to $200M. She then went on to co-found and serve as CEO of Plum, Inc. Plum was sold in 2013 to the Campbells Soup Company. She was the Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Sheryl is currently CEO of REBBL, a fast-growing super herb beverage company. Sheryl earned her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She lives in Santa Rosa with her husband, Patrick, and her two sons. You can learn more about Sheryl at www.sheryloloughlin.com. Read More »

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Preview of #545 with serial entrepreneur Sheryl O’Loughlin

I speak with Sheryl O’Loughlin about her book Killing It!: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart! In which she also shares her struggle with anorexia.

#544 – Cultivating A Life Inspired by Possibilities with Mark Susnow

Mark Susnow, JD is a Life Coach, Thought Leader, Author and Inspirational Speaker, who inspires others to find more fulfillment and meaning in their life. A former successful trial attorney for many years, whose exciting career was covered by Rolling Stone Magazine, the NY Times, and other leading newspapers, he integrates what it takes to be successful in the world with the inner wisdom unfolded to him through years of yoga and meditation. In his spare time, he celebrates his love for music by sitting down and playing almost every day and sometimes performing in the bay area and island of Kauai.

He is the author of the Soul of Uncertainty— a Fable for our Times. He is also the author of Dancing on the River: Navigating Life’s Changes and Discover the Leader Within. He is the host of the Inspire Possibility Radio Show.

He can be reached at mark@inspirepossibility.com or at 415.453.5016. Or visit his website www.inspirepossibility.com. Read More »

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Preview of #544 Cultivating A Life Inspired by Possibilities with Mark Susnow

I speak with Mark Susnow, JD, Life Coach, motivational speaker, and author of Dancing on the River: Navigating Life’s Changes and the recently released The Soul of Uncertainty.

#543 – Trauma Therapy with Guy Macpherson PhD

Guy Macpherson PhD is a husband, father, and a psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma and early psychosis. In 2014 Guy created The Trauma Therapist Project, a site dedicated to educating, supporting and inspiring new trauma therapists. Soon after he followed with the Trauma Therapist | Podcast, now being listened to in over 145 countries around the world, on which he interviews thought leaders in the fields of trauma, addiction, mindfulness and yoga. Guy’s mission is to help and inspire mental health workers to begin their trauma­-informed journey.

Guy’s website, The Trauma Therapist Project:
Guy’s podcast, The Trauma TherapistPodcast:
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