Posts Tagged ‘therapy’

The most romantic thing you can do for your relationship may be to meditate. So says our guest Dr. Marsha Lucas, a neuropsychologist and therapist who takes a simple, no-woo-woo

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With about 1 in 10 school-aged children now diagnosed with ADHD and with diagnoses and prescriptions for children rising across the board, Dr. Marilyn Wedge is an outlier. In her family

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Music therapy is more than meets the ear. Sure, we can turn to an iPod or a chorus for some genuine benefits, but in the hands of a therapist music

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We get stuck on our age, people’s expectations, and restrictive labels, but if we throw off those shackles, our possibilities in life are rich. Our guest, Dr. Nancy Irwin, experienced

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As a clinical social worker and father of two young daughters, Chris Toller knows the power of play and music firsthand. As adults we can lose the spark of childhood–becoming

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We discuss autism, ADHD, epilepsy and other disorders in children in this full-hour interview with Dr. Alanna Conder.  Join us for insight into how psychology is integrated in medical care,

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What are therapists for? Where does happiness come from? Dr. Betty Phillips helps us with these questions and tells us how she became a psychologist in this short interview. Dr. Phillips

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Psychedelic drugs and marijuana get a bad rap and deserve serious research, says Brad Burge of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Join us in exploring why these drugs

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“There are probably as many different kinds of therapy as there are therapists,” says Dr. John Weisz as he explains his work on mental healthcare. He tackles some big questions,

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