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Join David Puder as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own ment ...
 
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In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Dorothy Kaufman, a marriage and family therapist who was married to the late Daniel Wile. We discuss the book that they both co-authored together called, Solving the Moment: A Collaborative Couple Therapy Manual. Dan is a well-known marriage and family therapist, the creator of Collaborative Couple Thera…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I will be discussing something near and dear to my heart—a tool I created to measure the connection between physician/student and teacher/medical learner in medical education. It is a tool called the Connection Index and its purpose is to improve the quality of the medical education experience. I wanted to answer the…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss the work of Karen Horney, M.D., titled, Neurosis and Human Growth: The Struggle Towards Self Realization. In the book, Horney discusses the concept of neurosis as it stands juxtaposed against what she deems healthy growth and human development. We will be discussing this concept and some of her prevalent t…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Herbert Harman, a psychiatrist who works as a practice line director for Vituity. We will be discussing “moral injury”, an emerging term defined as “perpetuating, failing to prevent, bearing witness to, or learning about acts that transgress deeply held moral beliefs and expectations” (Griffin et al.…
 
Violence and aggression are often used interchangeably, with subtle distinctions differentiating the two. Aggression is an umbrella term that encompasses violence and is defined as actions that lead to harm towards self, others, or objects, while violence is defined as actions that lead to harm, specifically toward other individuals (Newman, 2012).…
 
Inaccurate diagnosis of schizophrenia and/or missed diagnosis of affective disorders can lead to inappropriate and inadequate treatment; worsened outcomes can follow. Because schizophrenia is a complex condition with a broad range of signs and symptoms that also occur in other mental disorders, it can be difficult to differentiate it from other ser…
 
Physical activity has been shown to reduce stress reactivity and reduce all cause mortality. Physical activity also results in decreased psychosocial stress. In this episode, Dr. Puder speaks with Dr. Stephen Seiler about the connection between mental health and physical activity. Link to Blog. Link to Resource Library.…
 
Dr. Joseph F. Goldberg is a psychiatrist and clinician researcher with over 180 publications and 3 books. This article focuses on his newest book, Practical Psychopharmacology: Translating Findings From Evidence-Based Trials into Real-World Clinical Practice. In this article, we discuss psychopharmacology and his approach to psychiatry. Link to BLo…
 
In this episode, I interview Dr. Robert Feinstein, on his new book, Primer on Personality Disorders. In a chapter he authored in the book, he writes about the commonalities of effective treatments for Borderline Personality Disorder. Dr. Feinstein states that six major types of psychotherapy achieve around 70% effectiveness in the treatment of bord…
 
On this week’s episode, Dr. Puder interviews Francis Stevens, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist and author of the new book, Affective Neuroscience in Psychotherapy: A Clinician’s Guide for Working With Emotions. Dr. Stevens trained as a therapist under cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic theories, as well as completing a postdoctoral degree in neur…
 
In this podcast episode, David Puder, M.D. and Kevin Ing, M.D., M.Div. interview Kenneth I. Pargament, PhD, and Julie J. Exline, PhD about their new book Working with Spiritual Struggles in Psychotherapy: From Research to Practice. Dr. Pargament is a pioneering expert on the role of religion and spirituality in coping with stress and trauma. Dr. Ex…
 
Esketamine is the first non-monoaminergic based medication which is FDA approved and indicated for treatment refractory depression. A longer duration of undertreated depression is associated with poor longitudinal functional outcomes. Instead of cycling patients through monoaminergic antidepressant trials and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches…
 
On this week’s episode, Dr. Puder interviews Mary Lynch Barbera, Ph.D., RN, BCBA-D, creator of the approach and book titled Turn Autism Around. Dr. Barbera began her journey in the autism world over 20 years ago, when her first son, Lucas, was diagnosed with autism. Dr. Barbera made the incredible transformation from a confused parent to a doctoral…
 
In this episode, we will be discussing, From Survive to Thrive, a new book by John Hopkins’ professor and author, Dr. Margaret Chisolm. In her book, she outlines the four perspectives of psychiatry that are the standard approach used at Johns Hopkins when assessing patients. Problems are considered from each of these perspectives. It is about disco…
 
With dyslexia being present in 20% of the population, we have to ask ourselves what the upside is to dyslexia. What do these individuals bring to the table? With such a huge portion of the population having a particular cognitive makeup, it is highly unlikely that dyslexia is to be deemed a corruption of normal pattern—nature is favoring large grou…
 
In a podcast episode with award-winning author and screenwriter Norman Ohler, Dr. Puder and Dr. Borecky discussed Ohler’s recent book, Blitzed, about how the Third Reich used drugs to optimize performance during World War II and how it may have changed the course of history. Link to Blog. Link to Resource Library.…
 
Special guest Dr. Joseph F. Goldberg is a psychiatrist and clinician researcher with over 180 publications and 3 books. This episode focuses on his newest book, written with Dr. Stephen M. Stahl, Practical Psychopharmacology: Translating Findings From Evidence-Based Trials into Real-World Clinical Practice. In this episode, we discuss psychopharmac…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Dr. Drew Ramsey to discuss his new book, Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety. Rather than writing a diet book, Dr. Ramsey has made healthy eating accessible for everyone by detailing the needed nutrients and the food items that can easily be added to our diet. We will discuss Dr. Ramsey’s journey of finding ways to m…
 
Schema therapy is a model of psychotherapy that was originally designed for chronic mental health problems. It comes from the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) tradition, but also integrates different arms of psychotherapy, such as elements from the Gestalt tradition, and also aspects of object relations theory. In this episode, we have an in-dept…
 
In this episode we discuss, with Dr. Michael Cummings, a new book he co-authored with Steven M. Stahl on the management of treatment-resistant psychosis. An increasing number of individuals with psychotic illnesses deal with homelessness, repeated incarceration, and associated trauma. There is limited access to care for these individuals, leading t…
 
In this episode, we will be discussing some of the themes within Fyodor Dostoevsky’s legendary text, Crime and Punishment. It deals with the suffocating guilt and uneasy journey towards redemption of impoverished ex-student, Raskolnikov, who commits a horrific murder of a pawnbroker and tries to justify it, unsuccessfully, with noble purposes. Not …
 
On this episode, we are joined by psychiatrist, psychopharmacologist, and author, Dr. Jonathan Meyer, to talk about using antipsychotic plasma levels to assess treatment response, safety, and oral medication adherence. He is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. He recently published a book with Dr. Stephen …
 
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