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…

Grit Podcast

Ep. 6: Dr. Angela Duckworth – How to Find a Passion That Inspires Extraordinary Effort

Psychologist Angela Duckworth’s research on grit is challenging the widely held assumption that talent is the most important determinant of success. Angela defines grit as “perseverance and passion for long-term…

Depression Podcast

Ep. 5: Dr. Rachel Hershenberg – How to Create a Life You Love

It’s hard to build a life we love, and doubly so when we’re going through depression. In my conversation with Dr. Rachel Hershenberg, we talk about her recent book, Activating Happiness:…


Ep. 4: Dr. Jason Hunt – The Front Lines of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

This week I talk with Dr. Jason Hunt, a clinical psychologist and owner of Behavioral Health and Anxiety Reduction. Jason has extensive training in evidence-based approaches, and his passion for…


Ep. 3: Dr. Raymond Pasi – Secondary Education in the Twenty-First Century

High school isn’t the highlight of life for most of us—it certainly wasn’t for me. The four years span our early teenage years through young adulthood, with all the turmoil…


Ep. 2: Dr. Lucy Faulconbridge – Therapy, Weight Loss, and Nutrition

In this episode I speak with psychologist Lucy Faulconbridge. Lucy has an extensive background in the biological and psychological bases of eating behaviors and obesity. I found our conversation to…


Ep. 1: Dr. Aria Campbell-Danesh – Building a Healthier Relationship with Food and Your Body

In this first episode, I speak with psychologist Aria Campbell-Danesh. Aria’s specialty is helping men and women achieve sustained weight loss by changing their relationship with food and with their…

Anger CBT Made Simple Mindfulness Self-Help

Struggling with Excessive Anger? CBT Can Help.

Have you ever gotten so angry you couldn’t think straight, and ended up doing something you regretted? I know I have. Anger is a very useful emotion. It lets others…