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77. Dr. McFillin debates a Psychiatrist

Over the previous 76 episodes, The Radically Genuine Podcast has informed and taken a position on a number of key issues—advocating for those who have been harmed by t...

76. Safe spaces, microaggressions and trigger warnings

Universities and college campuses have traditionally been a place for debate and the exploration of ideas. However, over the last few decades, the establishment of saf...

75. Manufacturing depression

Over the last century Americans have experienced extreme changes in how we go about our daily lives. Many of these modern conveniences are contributing to chronic dise...

74. The key to health and happiness

Harvard’s study on adult development has tracked the physical and emotional well-being of over 700 people over the course of 80 years. The on-going study reveals facto...

73. The Gender Dysphoria Debate: Balancing Compassion and Caution

The numbers of young people questioning their gender have skyrocketed, with a 2000% rise in the number of young people questioning their gender observed in many countr...

72. The Antidepressant Paradox

Millions of people have taken antidepressant drugs. Many experience adverse side effects such as Akathisia and Post-SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD). Some believe the dr...

71. Cannabis and mental health

The United State’s relationship with Cannabis is long and complicated. Designated as a schedule one narcotic by the Federal Government, to state legalization for medic...

70. Digital Detox: Promoting Mental Health in the Screen Age

Social media use is harmful to the mental health of teens. Depression, self-harm, suicide attempts, and suicide have all increased significantly over the last 15 years...

69. Declining Mental Health in America: Psychologist Roundtable discussion

Our culture is sick—physically and emotionally. The quick fix approach to normal human struggle has misled many down a path to misery. The system is broken and we need...

68. Power of meditation

The practice of meditation is a powerful health intervention. Historically, meditation has been a form of spiritual development, but scientific studies and neuroscien...

67. Concerns over Antidepressants for Children and Adolescents

Utilization of antidepressant medications among children and teens continue to rise despite poor efficacy. The assumption in many communities is that these drugs are s...

66. Censoring science

When Elon Musk purchased Twitter, he promised to release information on Twitter's policies that resulted in the suspension of accounts. The Twitter files revealed dist...

12. Life changing habits (Rebroadcast)

As we close out 2022, we share one of our earlier episodes originally released on September 21, 2021. This episode offers suggestions that you can incorporate into you...

65. Meditation, spirituality and emotional wellness w/ Beth Lynch

Beth Lynch is a Medium, Speaker, Author and founder of Inner Light Teachings. She has been helping families heal the loss of loved ones for over 28 years. Beth Lynch s...

64. Medication Induced Akathisia: Chris Paige, LCSW

Akathisia is a common side effect of psychiatric medications characterized by severe restlessness, where the person feels that they are unable to sit still. People who...

63. Sex and Hook-Up Culture

Hook-up culture has evolved through the decades. Physically meeting someone at a party, or a club, has migrated to a digital platform where connections happen with the...

62. James M. Greenblatt, MD: Nutritional interventions in psychiatry

A pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, James M. Greenblatt, MD, has treated patients since 1988. Dr. Greenblatt has lectured internationally on the scientific...

61. Ken Berry, MD: Lies My Doctor Told Me

Dr. Ken Berry is a board certified family physician practicing family medicine. His book, Lies My Doctor Told Me, dispels the myths and misinformation that have been p...

60. Twitter trolls and the decline in civil discourse

Trolls are people who create and spread offensive messages over the internet. These people usually select easy targets like public figures. Some people do it out of bo...

59. Pain Psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness

We’re joined by global pain expert and pain psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness to discuss how pain works and how we can alleviate the root causes of pain instead of seek...

58. Mental benefits of doing hard things

We are wired to move toward things that make us feel good and away from things that make us feel uncomfortable. It’s that narrative in our mind that limits us. However...

57. Beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect

Many of us are familiar with the placebo effect, a beneficial effect produced due to the patient’s belief in that treatment. Psychological factors like mindsets and ex...

7. Are we becoming less resilient? (Rebroadcast)

Human beings have an innate ability to adapt. Throughout history, mankind has endured famines, war, migrations and periods of tremendous uncertainty. As a nation of im...

56. TikTok’s corrosive effect on mental health

When it comes to social media, your views are their source of revenue. Mental health is big business, which provokes some to create content specifically for these plat...

55. Post antidepressant sexual dysfunction

Post-SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD) is a disorder that reduces sexual functioning despite stopping treatment with SSRI or SNRI medications. Lack of awareness and the n...

54. Is Dr. Google making us cyberchondriacs?

Having access to an enormous amount of information in the palm of your hand is powerful and dangerous. Googling health symptoms into your browser can send you in a dir...

53. Drug safety advocate Kim Witczak

Kim Witczak is a leading global drug safety advocate and speaker with over 25 years professional experience in advocacy, advertising and marketing communications. She ...

52. You have the right to remain silent

Who determines the truth? Despite resistance from physicians fearing government overreach, California’s Medical Misinformation Bill AB-2098 was passed in the state sen...

51. The Zyprexa Papers scandal w/ Jim Gottstein

The investigation into the illegal promotion of the drug Zyprexa by the US justice department resulted in the largest sum for both a corporate whistleblower claim and ...

5. Do Antidepressants even work? (Rebroadcast)

For the last two months we have had a number of insightful conversations on psychiatric medications and harm caused by the overprescription of drugs. A good way to clo...

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