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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...

50. Helicopter Parents

In the past 25 years we have witnessed the rise of a new parenting style commonly referred to as “helicopter parenting”. These overprotective and over-involved parents...

49. Antidepressed by Beverley Thomson

Beverley Thomson is a writer, researcher and speaker with a focus on psychiatric medication including antidepressants, benzodiazepines and ADHD drugs; their history, h...

48. Chemical Imbalance Revisited

On July 20, 2022 a review was published in the journal of Molecular Psychiatry. This review compiled 30 years of research into serotonin and depression in full showing...

47. The ADHD controversy

Why did we begin to interpret common childhood and adolescent behaviors as symptoms? The United States has utilized the school environment to determine what is norma...

46. Obedience Pills

Millions of children are dangerously being drugged under a label of ADHD. In his latest book Obedience Pills, author Patrick Hahn has documented the history and evolu...

45. Wounds into wisdom

The collective wellbeing in America has been on a steady decline. Is it because we look too quickly to medicalize human distress, rather than accepting and overcoming ...

44. The war on masculinity

In 2018, the APA released guidelines to help psychologists work with men and boys. These guidelines recognize that some traditional masculine traits are harmful. This ...

43. Jesse Zook Mann

Jesse Zook Mann is an Emmy Award-winning TV producer and film director who became disabled due to the harsh side effects from an anti-anxiety medication. After years o...

42. Antidepressant induced homicide

In 2011, a paper was published in Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine examining the relationship of antidepressants and akathisia side effects in those with gen...

41. Recovering from Post-traumatic Stress

Chances are at some point in your lifetime you will experience an event that could be traumatic. You may witness this. Or it may physically happen to you. But what is ...

40. Chris Palmer, MD

Dr. Chris Palmer is pioneering the use of the ketogenic diet as a treatment for psychiatric disorders. He is a Harvard Medical School Physician and Researcher dedicate...

39. Mass shootings

Mass Shootings are, for the most part, an American phenomenon. Why? Since 2014, mass shootings in the United States have increased 157%. Many groups are advocating f...

38. Fear based parenting

Do you tiptoe around your child? Our children are subjected to messages and negative influences that put them at risk of proceeding down a path towards misery. Parenti...

37. Dr. Jessica Taylor

Dr. Jessica Taylor is an author, lecturer, speaker and researcher with a PhD from University of Birmingham in Forensic Psychology. Her latest book, Sexy But Psycho arg...

36. May: You asked. We answer.

Thank you to our community of listeners who engage with us through our social channels and send questions to our email. For this episode of “You Asked. We answer” we t...

35. Is your diet making you depressed?

Over the last 150 years, the western diet has shifted away from locally sourced whole foods towards affordable, mass produced processed foods. Our population is now st...

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