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Gaslighting Podcast Relationships

Ep. 16: Dr. Stephanie Sarkis — How to Spot, Manage, and Avoid Gaslighters in Your Life

Last year I kept seeing posts on PsychologyToday.com about gaslighting. They were often among the most popular posts, and I kept wondering, What the heck is “gaslighting”? Finally I Googled it and…

Evidence-based Treatment Podcast Psychodynamic Therapy

Ep. 15: Dr. Richard Summers – Finding the Best Psychotherapy for Each Individual

There are many types of psychotherapy available, and it can be hard to know which one might be most helpful to an individual at a specific point in his or…

Food Mindfulness Podcast

Ep. 14: Arlene B. Englander – How to Let Go of Emotional Overeating and Love Your Food

 Eating is one of life’s most fundamental and pleasurable activities. However, many of us have a complicated relationship with food, particularly when we’re prone to emotional overeating. We may…

Mindfulness Podcast Relationships Self Compassion

Ep. 12: Dr. David Richo – The Mindful Path Toward Greater Love and Connection

Relationships are the biggest factor in our well-being, and yet we often struggle to have the quality of connections that we need. In this episode I talk with Dr. David…

Perfectionism Podcast Self-sabotage

Ep. 11: Dr. Alice Boyes — How to Create the Best Life Possible, One Habit at a Time

Author Alice Boyes wants to help you stop getting in your own way. She recently wrote a book called The Healthy Mind Toolkit, which addresses the many ways all of us…

Insomnia Podcast Sleep

Ep. 10: Dr. Matt Kayser – Using Powerful Animal Models to Help Humans Sleep Better

What can we learn about human sleep from studying fruit flies? A lot more than you might think, as psychiatrist and researcher Matt Kayser explains this week. Matt and his…

Podcast Relationships

Ep. 9: Dr. Ben Hunter – Love and Relationships Through the Lens of Attachment

Each of us has a predominant way of connecting with others, which relationship scientists call our attachment style. It’s exactly what it sounds like—our habitual way of relating to people. Some of us…

Podcast Voice Yoga

Ep. 8: Mark Moliterno – Strengthening the Voice Through Mind, Body, and Spirit

The voice is our primary way of expressing ourselves, and vocal problems can have a profound impact on our well-being and relationships. If you’ve ever been unable to speak for…

Insomnia Podcast Sleep

Ep. 7: Dr. Michael Perlis — The Latest Research on Sleep and Insomnia

Countless individuals are looking for the answer to their persistent sleep problems. Thanks to Dr. Michael Perlis, many of them are finding it. Michael is a psychologist and sleep specialist…