#561 – Narcissism and Love with Jungian Analyst Kenneth Kimmel

Psychologist Ken Kimmel photographed in Seattle on August 14, 2015. (Photography by Scott Eklund/Red Box Pictures)

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Kenneth Kimmel is a Jungian analyst, author, teacher, and consultant, with thirty-years of clinical practice. He authored, Eros and the Shattering Gaze—Transcending Narcissism, (Fisher King Press, 2011); and a chapter in The Dream and Its Amplification, co-edited by Nancy Furlotti and Erel Shalit, (Fisher King Press, 2013). He is co- founder of The New School for Analytical Psychology in Seattle, WA, and has recently presented papers at the past International Jungian Congress in Kyoto, and the conference of the Journal for Analytical Psychology, in New York.

He can be reached at 206-447-1895 or kenkimmel@comcast.net

Four Editorial corrections:
1) In the section of the discussion about the ‘love triangle’ between Sabina Spielrein, Carl Jung, and Emma Jung, the guest mistakenly substituted Freud’s name for Jung. 2) In the story of the medieval couple, the heroine’s name was Eloise–not Evelyn. 3) The poem “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind” was not written by Eloise, but rather centuries later by Alexander Pope as an homage to Eloise. 4) Lastly, the song in the “Graduate” was Paul Simon’s “The Sound of Silence”–not the ‘Song of Silence.’ Read More »

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My guest will be Kenneth A. Kimmel, Jungian analyst, author, teacher, and consultant, with thirty-years of clinical practice. We will be discussing his 2011 book, Eros and the Shattering Gaze—Transcending Narcissism.

#560 – The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy with Louis Cozolino PhD

Dr. Cozolino has diverse clinical and research interests and hold degrees in philosophy, theology, and clinical psychology. His interests are in the areas of the synthesis of neuroscience with psychotherapy, education, management, and leadership. He is the author of seven books The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy(3rd Edition), The Social Neuroscience of Education, The Neuroscience of Human Relationships, The Healthy Aging Brain, Attachment-Based Teaching, The Making of a Therapist, and Why Therapy Works. He has also authored and co-authored articles and book chapters on child abuse, schizophrenia, education, language and cognition. Dr. Cozolino lectures around the world on brain development, evolution, and psychotherapy and maintains and clinical and consulting practice in Los Angeles.

Dr. Cozolino holds degrees in philosophy, theology, and clinical psychology and focuses on the synthesis of neuroscience psychotherapy, education, management, and leadership. Dr. Cozolino lectures around the world on brain development, evolution, and psychotherapy and maintains and clinical and consulting practice in Los Angeles.
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I speak with my return guest, Dr. Louis Cozolino, psychologist, professor, and among others author of the book, The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy which has just come out in a 3rd edition.

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Video Preview #559 – Restoring Resilience with Eileen Russell PhD

I speak with Eileen Russell, clinical psychologist and author of the 2015 book: Restoring Resilience: Discovering your Clients’ Capacity for Healing.

#559 – Restoring Resilience with Eileen Russell PhD

Portrait of Eileen Russell. Photo by John O’Boyle

Dr. Eileen Russell is a clinical psychologist in private practice in New York City and Montclair, NJ. She is Senior Faculty and founding member of the AEDP Institute and has been studying and practicing AEDP for over 20 years. She is also a part-time Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at NYU Medical Center/ Bellevue Hospital where she worked with people with addictions and serious mental illness for 5 years. She is also on the Faculty of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies’ (NIP) Integrative Trauma Studies Program.

Dr. Russell is author of a new book on resilience called, Restoring Resilience: Discovering Your Clients’ Capacity for Healing, published by W.W. Norton & Co. in June 2015. In it she integrates AEDP with other experiential approaches and modern psychodynamic thinking, expands our understanding of resilience to include clinical populations, and argues for the power of a resilience-oriented approach to depth-oriented therapy. Read More »

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#558 – Embracing Your Lovability & Your life with Kelly Flanagan PhD

Kelly Flanagan graduated with his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Penn State University and is co-founder of Artisan Clinical Associates in Naperville, IL. Several years ago, he discovered writing was the thing he never knew he always wanted to do, so he began the now popular blog, UnTangled, where he writes weekly about how to live redemptive stories right now. Kelly is married to another clinical psychologist named Kelly, because they decided to make life even more complicated than it already is. The Kellies—as they are called by friends and family—have three children, and they have a deal with their kids: they teach the kids how to grow up, and the kids teach them how to grow young again. So far, it’s not clear who is helping who the most. Kelly is the author of Loveable: Embracing What is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life Read More »

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I speak with Dr. Kelly Flanagan, clinical psychologist and author of the 2017 book: Loveable: Embracing What is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life.

#557 – Getting The Sleep You Want with James Alexander PhD

Australian psychologist, Dr. James Alexander is author of the 2012 book, The Hidden Psychology of Pain, and the 2017 book, ‘Getting the Z’s You Want’. He became a psychologist after being nearly killed in a car accident as an 18 year old when his car was hit by a drunk driver. In addition to being very physically damaged, he was emotionally traumatized by the experience- resulting in many years of problems with sleep. When he began to physically recover form the accident, he found a collection of pop-psychology self help books in his fathers book shelf, and his psychological recovery began. Within the year, he decided he wanted to become a psychologist so as to help other people that had been similarly traumatized. This was 35 years ago, and for the last 30 years, he has been providing psychological services to a broad range of people in hospital settings, pain management clinics, rehabilitation services, and for the last 15 years, in private practice in NSW, Australia. he has a PhD in clinical health psychology, and whilst open to a range of approaches, he thinks of himself primarily as an EMDR practitioner. His new book is based on his own efforts to create better sleep. Read More »

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#556 – The War on Violent Video Games with Drs. Pat Markey & Chris Ferguson

Dr. Patrick Markey is a Professor of Psychology, the Director of the Interpersonal Research Laboratory at Villanova University, and a former President of the Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research. Dr. Patrick Markey received his doctorate from the University of California (Riverside) in social and personality psychology, with a focus on behavioral statistics. Since receiving his degree he has published over sixty book chapters and journal articles in peer-reviewed journals, and he has made hundreds of presentations at universities and at national and international scientific conferences. Among his peers, he is widely recognized as an expert on how violent video games affect our behavior, and he is regarded for being able to present complex statistical and behavioral data to a general audience in a way that is both informative and entertaining. For years Dr. Markey has been involved in educating the general public and politicians about various psychological issues related to digital media. By giving talks at universities and elementary schools he has been able to help parents, teachers, and school administrators better understand the complex research examining violent video games. Moving beyond the classroom, Dr. Markey has been invited to testify before numerous governmental committees, and he has served on various governmental task forces examining the effects of violent video games.

Chris Ferguson is a professor of psychology at Stetson University and holds a degree in clinical psychology from the University of Central Florida. He has published numerous articles on the topic of media effects ranging from video games to “sexy” media and thin-ideal effects on body dissatisfaction. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and was awarded an “early career scientist” award from the APA’s Media Psychology and Technology division. Along with Dr. Markey, he is coauthor of Moral Combat: Why the War on Violent Video Games is Wrong as well as a mystery novel Suicide Kings. He resides in Orlando with his wife and son.
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