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570 – Author Judith Newman on To Siri with Love

Judith Newman is the author of To Siri With Love:  A Mother, Her Autistic Son, and the Kindness of Machines.  She writes about entertainment, science, business, beauty, and popular culture for a wide variety of publications, including The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Prevention, AARP, and National Geographic. As a book reviewer, she writes the column “Help Desk” in   The […]

#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 […]

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. http://media.blubrry.com/psychology/p/shrinkrapradio.com/images/546HannaBogenBrainTalkClip.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | Download

#438 – Exploring A Relational Approach to Autism and Other States of Mind with Dr. Dan L. Edmunds

Transcript Dan L. Edmunds Ed.D. is an existential psychoanalyst and psychotherapist. He is the founder of the International Center for Humane Psychiatry, an emancipatory movement for human rights in the mental health system. His work has focused on trauma and attachment concerns, and relational/existential approaches to autism and extreme states, He is the Diplomate of […]

#346 – A New Paradigm for Thinking About Autism with Nick Walker

Nick Walker received his M.A. in Somatic Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies, where he now teaches in the undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies program. We previously interviewed Nick on Shrink Rap Radio #323 on Aikido, Empathy, and Neurodiversity. He holds the rank of 6th Dan (6th degree black belt) in aikido, and has taught the […]

#323 – Aikido, Empathy, and Neurodiversity with Sensei Nick Walker, M.A.

Nick Walker received his M.A. in Somatic Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies, where he now teaches in the undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies program. He holds the rank of 6th Dan (6th degree black belt) in aikido, and has taught the art of aikido to adults, teens, and children for over 30 years. He is […]

#268 – Visual Thinking in Autism with Temple Grandin Ph.D.

#267 – The Horse Boy with Rupert Isaacson

#265 – The Polyvagal Theory with Stephen Porges, Ph.D.

Transcript Stephen W. Porges, PhD is Professor of Psychiatry and BioEnginneering and Director of the Brain-Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His work on the autonomic nervous system has led to a new understanding of mechanisms involved in behavioral regulation and social engagement behaviors. He is developing new biobehavioral assessment tools to […]

#246 – Exploring Savant Syndrome with Darold Treffert, MD

Darold Treffert, M.D., a Wisconsin psychiatrist, has been studying Savant Syndrome for over 40 years. His most recent publication, Islands of Genius: The Bountiful Mind of the Autistic, Acquired and Sudden Savant, was published by Jessica Kingsley, Inc. in April 2010 in both the United States and England. His earlier book, Extraordinary People, was the […]