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A podcast covering a wide range of topics dealing with psychedelic medicines and therapy. Dr. Galindo who specialized in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy will host a variety of topics encompassing this exciting field of medicine. His main focus will be to interview people and ask them to describe and narrate a special journey they had with a psychedelic. A podcast with a laid-back feel aimed to decrease the stigma of these medicines, and have fun along the way. Dr. Galindo is the founder o ...
 
Addiction psychiatrist and bioethicist Carl Erik Fisher explores addiction and recovery from the widest possible diversity of perspectives: from science to spirituality, from philosophy to politics, and everything in between. He interviews leading experts in areas such as psychology, neurobiology, history, sociology, and more--as well as policy makers, advocates, and people with lived experience. A core commitment of the show is we need more than medicine to truly understand addiction and re ...
 
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Not Therapy

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Not Therapy

Adam Strauss and Jordan Eipper, MD

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Comedian Adam Strauss and psychiatrist Jordan Eipper have no-holds barred conversations about sex, love, psychedelics, mental health, spirituality and, of course, their mothers. It's not quite comedy, and (for legal reasons) definitely not therapy. But they're going to fix themselves - and maybe you too.
 
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Shrink Speak

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Shrink Speak

Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman

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Jeffrey Lieberman, MD, is Chair of Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and past president of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Lieberman is a nationally renowned psychiatrist on the topic of suicide, addiction and mental illness and is a regular blogger for The Huffington Post, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report and Psychology Today and author of “Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry.” www.jeffreyliebermanmd.com
 
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Rehab Confidential

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Joe Schrank and Amy Dresner

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Clinical social worker, interventionist and original founder of the theFix.com, Joe Schrank teams up with columnist and best selling author of the memoir, “My Fair Junkie” Amy Dresner to bring you a unique and irreverent view on the world of addiction, recovery and rehab.
 
The podcast explores human consciousness, death, grief, spirituality and if the afterlife is a reality or just a concept we created. The podcast was inspired by the recent passing of my father. After my father passed I experienced severe grief, while at the same time a huge spiritual awakening The aim of the podcast is inform our viewers about interconnected of the universe and what we see tends to be an illusion.
 
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Absolute legend. Clinical research psychiatrist, founding figure of the American psychedelic research renaissance, and best-selling author of DMT: The Spirit Molecule [2001]. Dr. Rick Strassman shares his experience in writing his newest book: The Psychedelic Handbook: A Practical Guide to Psilocybin, LSD, Ketamine, MDMA, and DMT/Ayahuasca. I had s…
 
I love this guy. He exudes kindness, generosity, and intelligence. This is the fourth time Rick’s been on Tangentially Speaking, but the first time we’ve met in person, so it’s a special conversation. We don’t talk about music as much this time around, but we go deep on family, dads, and how life looks from sixty. This is a public episode. If you’d…
 
This mini-ROMA was recorded streamside at a Lund Park campground in Oregon. It includes an update on my dance with covid and some thoughts on a very strange word: bosom. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe…
 
In this episode a listener asks how to support a friend with sudden onset paranoid delusions. We discuss possible diagnoses like brief psychotic disorder and review a few different types of interventions. Please submit your questions (voicemail or email message) at our website: https://www.callthepsychiatrists.com You can also interact with us on F…
 
As I’ve written before, Beth Macy has an extraordinary gift for encapsulating our nation’s greatest challenges in gripping, intimate, and wise stories of everyday American struggles. She is a bestselling author of several books about addiction, inequality, and justice, and it was a great pleasure to talk to her about her latest book, Raising Lazaru…
 
Dr. H sits down with Dr. Jeremy Sharp, Director of the Colorado Center for Assessment and Counseling and host of The Testing Psychologist podcast, for an exploration of the psychological and psychiatric aspects of ADD/ADHD. Dr. Jeremy Sharp https://www.coloradocac.com/about/dr-jeremy-sharp/ The Testing Psychologist podcast https://www.thetestingpsy…
 
Dr. Ayana Jordan is a renowned expert in addiction and other mental health conditions, newly recruited to NYU to an endowed professorship for her fascinating research. For this episode of Flourishing After Addiction, I was excited to talk to her about new frontiers in her research, such as incorporating spirituality and health equity in addiction m…
 
In this season 4 opener, we hear the unforgettable story of a mother and daughter torn apart by addiction, then slowly finding the path of compassion, acceptance, and grace. BFTA on Instagram. @backfromtheabysspodcast https://www.instagram.com/backfromtheabysspodcast/ BFTA/ Dr. H https://www.craigheacockmd.com/podcast-page/…
 
In this episode we answer 2 questions. The first listener has a question about perfectionism. Among other things, we discuss the connection between perfectionism and procrastination. Our second listener wants to know how to build trust with her therapist. We close by revisiting some previous comments about parental transference (projecting the role…
 
DEBORAH EDEN TULL, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, is a Zen meditation and engaged dharma teacher, public speaker, author, and sustainability educator who trained for seven and a half years as a Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery and has taught engaged dharma for over 20 years. Her most recent book is Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhi…
 
Alex Cody Foster’s next book, The Man Who Hacked the World: A Ghostwriter’s Descent into Madness with John McAfee, will be published November 15th (2022). In the meantime, the crazy story is told in the Netflix documentary called “Running with the Devil.” He’s ghostwritten eight #1 Amazon Bestsellers, written for one of the U.K's most successful th…
 
We answer 2 questions in this episode. The first listener wants to know how we choose between psychotherapy and medications in the treatment of anxiety and depression. Tangents include a recent sensationalized article about the serotonin hypothesis of depression. The second listener became angry at her therapist and worries her therapist will end t…
 
Katherine Halper is an American comedian, writer, filmmaker, podcaster, and political commentator. She is the host of the podcast The Katie Halper Show and co-host of the Useful Idiots with Aaron Maté. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscri…
 
Zappy Zapolin is driven by his belief that psychedelic medicine is the most powerful tool available to quickly raise consciousness and alter humanity’s direction from a destructive path. He has made it his life's mission to increase accessibility to psychedelic compounds through education, media, research, clinical development, and commercial enter…
 
I was recently on Cory’s podcast, and I enjoyed our conversation so much that I proposed we keep it rolling on mine. That’s how it works with us podcasters. Dinner at my place, dinner at your place. In addition to hosting his very successful podcast, Cory has published a book about mindfulness, and has written, produced, and engineered his own musi…
 
We have 2 listener questions. Our first listener sees the same therapist as her friend and is feeling jealous about their relationship. We explore the different sides of this triangle. The second listener has questions about the way her therapist schedules people, finding it unsettling to step into the emotional muck left by the previous person. Sh…
 
On his second visit to the podcast, Frans discusses his latest book, Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist, as well as one of my favorite books, Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape, which he co-authored with photographer Frans Lanting. Frans received his Ph.D. in Biology and Zoology from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, in 1977. He comple…
 
Dr. Jeffrey Guss sits at one of the most fascinating and unusual intersections in all of mental health: between psychoanalysis, addiction treatment, and psychedelic psychotherapy. I wanted to have someone on the show to talk more about the “paradigm-shifting” nature of psychedelic psychotherapy: what that means exactly, and at a macro level, how th…
 
Craig sits down with Inside Eyes creator Laura Northrup for a wide-ranging discussion where they explore topics including: •Trauma as a spiritual wound •How psychedelics can help reach the realm of trauma •Why psychedelic trauma therapy can be so profoundly painful •The uniquely damaging sequelae of sexual trauma •What it means for a therapist to h…
 
Chris and Nani manage the amazing Kisima Ngeda Camp, on Lake Eyasi, Tanzania. Chris grew up nearby after his German parents moved to Africa on an impulse, and stayed on, while Nani stumbled into this oasis while adventuring through as a penniless, apparently fearless traveler. The story of how they met, fell in love, and built a world will make you…
 
Here’s a ROMA in which I talk about some oddities of backwards greetings in Tanzania, driving in Georgia, the financial realities of world travel in 2022, the conundrum of hydraulic toilets seats (and other luxuries), and what it means (and doesn’t) when you say a woman is “beautiful.” This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with ot…
 
Melissa Febos is one of our most accomplished memoirists and essayists, a passionate and fiercely honest writer who, across several of her works, has often discussed her own path through addiction and into recovery. (Among her many, many accolades, she is the recipient of a 2022 Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship and a National Book Critics Circle Aw…
 
The folks at Gladioloa Adventure in Arusha thought Elia would be a good guide to show us around northern Tanzania for 9 days. They were right. Raised by his Maasai grandfather, Elia has a deep understanding of animal behavior, not only spotting lions, leopards, and cheetahs at a distance, but anticipating where they would move so we could position …
 
Chip Kime was an utterly unique young man who was a huge presence in my life once, then he became an abstraction when our paths diverged in our 20s, and now he’s gone. But not really. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe…
 
Craig's Sholley’s experiences with wildlife and conservation began in 1973 as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zaire. As an L.S.B. Leakey grant researcher in the late 1970s, Craig studied mountain gorillas with Dian Fossey and, in 1987, became director of Rwanda's Mountain Gorilla Project. Craig has acted as Scientific Advisor for the award-winning IMAX …
 
We answer 2 listener questions: The spouse of our first listener is insisting that they get couple's therapy and that he see an individual therapist. Our second listener feels conflicted about their therapist taking an extended vacation. Please submit your question (audio or email message) at our website: https://www.callthepsychiatrists.com You ca…
 
With the rising buzz and fervor surrounding psychedelic therapy there is a lot of media and information touting psychedelics as the 'cure all, be all' new treatment. Yes, psychedelics show amazing promise and potential, but it is also important to discuss when this type of treatment may not be the best fit. It's important to know for whom this trea…
 
Dario is a science journalist based in Madrid who was instrumental in getting Sex at Dawn published in Spain (En el Principio era el Sexo). We’ve been friends since around 2011, when he interviewed me about that book. In this conversation, we talk about Spanish culture and history, the challenges of writing about science for Spanish publications, a…
 
Kevin is an actor, comedian, and host of the RISK! podcast — which Slate.com called “Hilarious, jaw-dropping and just plain touching,” and Rolling Stone named it one of its top podcasts. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit chrisryan.substack.com/subscribe…
 
From quite early in her life, Peg O’Connor felt a “double dose of shame” - from her lesbian identity on one hand, and her struggles with alcohol on the other. Her drinking problems almost got her expelled from high school, but instead she was able to stop. In her view, philosophy helped her immensely to get and stay sober, especially considering ho…
 
MDMA has gotten a lot of traction in the last decade. From receiving the designation as a 'breakthrough therapy' drug for PTSD by the FDA in 2017, to being in the last phases of medicinal approval, its spotlight grows. But where did this molecule come from? How did it come about? Come with us as we share the compelling and fascinating history of th…
 
We answer 3 unrelated listener questions: what's meant by "trust the process"; how do you feel about humor in therapy; and a question about emotional growth. We would love to get your questions or feedback. Please send us an audio message or an email at our website. We're also online at Facebook and Instagram @callthepsychiatrists _____________ The…
 
I met Gym when I rented her place on Airbnb in Chite, Spain. Just looking at the photos of the funky space she’d created, I had a sense that this woman would be fascinating, and my hunch turned out to be 110% on target. As it happens, Gym is an accomplished painter, has worked on many TV and film sets, and has published a book of autobiographical s…
 
My friend Debra is a magical woman living a magical life. She’s the hub of many wheels, the grain of sand in the oyster, the sun in solar systems, the log that breaks the logjam. She hangs out with movie stars, billionaires, artists, and visionaries. Her energy, generosity, and spirit attract the kinds of people most of us spend our lives hoping to…
 
One important vision I have for this podcast is to share diverse experiences of addiction and recovery. How people write about it, yes, but even more importantly, the nitty gritty of how they made sense of their own addiction and found their way to recovery. Today’s guest, Holly Whitaker, is a fierce, passionate, and incisive writer who has charted…
 
Gustavo Galindo is a Los Angeles/Mexico City based singer-songwriter. Music has played an integral role in his life since he can remember. He has always loved the power of storytelling through music and believes music to be just as healing as some medicines. His debut album was Grammy nominated for "Best Latin Album" in 2012. He is also a sound hea…
 
Chris and Craig celebrate season 3, discuss the results of the listeners poll (with a surprising reveal of their unconscious motivation for producing BFTA), offer their curated episode sampler plates, and then settle into a detailed deconstruction of the Psychedelic Somatic Therapy episode. BFTA on Instagram. @backfromtheabysspodcast https://www.in…
 
Our first journey report! Psilocybin with Dr. Tala Kassm. Dr. Tala Kassm is a board certified ophthalmologist and life coach specializing in helping professionals find balance and freedom in their day to day lives. Ophthalmology is one of the hardest specialties to match into when leaving medical school. It is no easy feat, and requires much dedica…
 
We answer 2 listener questions. The first listener has questions about the recent, unexpected death of their therapist. We're honored to share this moving story about the importance of a therapeutic relationship. The second listener wants to know what their therapist is scribbling in his notes. We talk about different types of notes and their purpo…
 
In the first part of this month’s bonus ROMA (BROMA), available to everyone, I talk about a new feature to help listeners find each other. I also talk about my thoughts concerning whether we’re all in some kind of simulation, the difference between sound and music, and my personal feelings about and experience with abortion. Part 2 (where I talked …
 
Part 4 of our conversation continued... For those of you who don’t know, New York Magazine's Cover Story published a podcast series called 'Power Trip’ looking into the dark side of psychedelic therapy. The podcast highlights various traumatic experiences that have occurred under the umbrella of psychedelic therapy. One woman tells of the abuse she…
 
To boil it waaay down … After suffering a freak road-rage incident in LA, Robert came to Spain to visit an old friend seven years ago, then went back to LA, quit his job, sold his house under the Hollywood sign, and brought his two daughters to live in a village by the “Playa de los Muertos,” where hundreds of dead sailors washed ashore after the B…
 
Part 3 of our conversation continued... For those of you who don’t know, New York Magazine's Cover Story published a podcast series called 'Power Trip’ looking into the dark side of psychedelic therapy. The podcast highlights various traumatic experiences that have occurred under the umbrella of psychedelic therapy. One woman tells of the abuse she…
 
Saj Razvi returns to BFTA to share and discuss a mind-blowing audio recording of a ketamine-facilitated somatic therapy session. This session was from a recent training workshop with experienced trauma therapists, and Saj uses a somatic exercise-- staring into the client/participant's eyes- as a way to elicit a rapid and powerful transference react…
 
Part 2 of our conversation continued... For those of you who don’t know, New York Magazine's Cover Story published a podcast series called 'Power Trip’ looking into the dark side of psychedelic therapy. The podcast highlights various traumatic experiences that have occurred under the umbrella of psychedelic therapy. One woman tells of the abuse she…
 
We answer a listener's question about regression in therapy. We discuss adult tantrums, man flu and hanger among other things. We read a lot into the question and hopefully answer it by the end. Please send us your questions for a future show. You can submit them by email or voicemail at our website. We can also keep up on Instagram or Facebook (@c…
 
For those of you who don’t know, New York Magazine's Cover Story published a podcast series called 'Power Trip’ looking into the dark side of psychedelic therapy. The podcast highlights various traumatic experiences that have occurred under the umbrella of psychedelic therapy. One woman tells of the abuse she experienced by her therapist during the…
 
In today's episode we look at one of the main psychedelic medicines, Ayahuasca. An ancient psychedelic brew originating from the deep amazonian jungle. Utilized in medicine/healing ceremonies for centuries and becoming popular in modern medicine circles as well. But where did Ayahuasca come from? What exactly is Ayahuasca? How is it utilized? We lo…
 
Taking care of our relationships is a crucial way we take care of ourselves and the wider world. Some of the most common questions I get in my clinical practice and from listeners are questions about how to navigate relationships in addiction and recovery: couples, parents and kids, or otherwise. So I wanted to have a clinically focused episode abo…
 
One of Craig's heroes is Dr. Irvin Yalom, a psychiatrist and writer— Yalom's books inspired him in the early years of learning to become a psychiatrist. Today’s story concept was sparked by Yalom's book “Every day gets a little closer—A twice told therapy.” To create this book, Yalom asked one of his long-term patients to keep a weekly diary of the…
 
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