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20 episodes, 17 hours 6 mins
Mini-Episode: Communication Differences Between the Men and Women
Did you know Men & Women communicate differently? Connor jams on this in this week's mini-episode of the ManTalks Podcast. Have a question for Connor? Check out ourFacebook Pageand join the community. For more information about ManTalks or to join a ManTalks Mastermind:Click Here Subscribe onApple Podcasts|Google Podcasts| Stitcher Radio For more episodes visit us atManTalks.comFacebook|Instagram|Twitter Did you enjoy the podcast? If so please leave us a review onApple PodcastsorStitcher. It helps our podcast get into the ears of new listeners, which expands theManTalks Community Editing & Mixing by:Aaron The Tech
Adrenal Fatigue with Dr Joel Rosen
Drs. Eric Balcavage and Erica Riggleman interview Dr Joel Rosen on Adrenal Fatigue Recovery. In this podcast the doctors discuss adrenal physiology, adrenal fatigue, it's relationship with thyroid physiology and how to address it. In this podcast you will learn: - what is adrenal fatigue - basics of adrenal physiology - what causes adrenal problems - how to test for adrenal problems - how to support adrenal problems - and more...
TU 87: Treating Complex Trauma and Attachment with Guest Dr. Daniel Brown
This episode is packed! Learn about complex trauma, debunk myths of false memories from an expert witness of child sexual abuse, and revisit the 3 Pillars Model of effective treatment for attachment disturbances! Also special offer included.
TU77: Understanding the Mind with Guest Dr. Dan Siegel (Replay)
Deep discussion on how the current political, international and climate crises could be viewed as a chance to transform human connection rather than be seen from a place of doom. Dr. Siegel called for us all to become pervasive leaders – a great inspiration. Look for a new interview with Dr. Siegel coming soon on his new book, Aware.We will publish that very early into our next season which will be launched soon! Interview with Dr Dan Siegel,the father of Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB). Get a peakintohis thoughts on building hope in our fear-based culture today, human kind across history and using this science to make changes individually and as a society. Sue Marriott LCSW and Patty Olwell LPC speak with Dr. Dan Siegel about the most recent finding in his new book, Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human (A New York Times Best Seller). Dan Siegel discussed how the current political, international and climate crises could be viewed as a chance to transform human connection r...
TU81: How Good Boundaries Actually Bring Us Closer, with Guest Juliane Taylor Shore
Interpersonal co-regulation requires boundary setting. Most of us haven’t been lucky enough to learn to be good at boundary setting naturally, by good examples, so we have to literally be taught how to do this important skill. Well today we are in luck! Jello will be your friend. Therapist Uncensoredco-hosts Ann Kelley and Sue Marriott join the founder ofIPNB Psychotherapy of Austin, Dr. Juliane Taylor Shore, in a discussion on interpersonal neurobiology and how it relates to boundaries.We’ll explore the three types of boundaries, how to co-create boundaries and how to stay regulated using internal mechanisms. After this podcast, you may very well be on your way towards building your own “Jellowall” and better co-regulating yourself when you’re overwhelmed! 0:00-25:00 Some background on Juliane Taylor Shore:Founder of IPNBPsychotherapy of Austinwith interests in interpersonal neurobiology, neuroscience, philosophy, biology and physics. How are boundaries defined and what sort o...
Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari
What really causes addiction -- to everything from cocaine to smart-phones? And how can we overcome it? Johann Hari has seen our current methods fail firsthand, as he has watched loved ones struggle to manage their addictions. He started to wonder why we treat addicts the way we do -- and if there might be a better way. As he shares in this deeply personal talk, his questions took him around the world, and unearthed some surprising and hopeful ways of thinking about an age-old problem.
How to improve your life through emotions with Dhru Purohit
What part does our gut play in the body and emotions? How can friendships improve your health? And how do social connections impact our genes?In this episode, the CEO of Dr. Hyman Enterprises and former CEO of the Clean Program Dhru Purohit shares tips for a better brain and gut. The man who totally changed Meghan Markle’s life (the Duchess of Sussex used to suffer from debilitating migraines) also delves into a subject we can all relate to: friendships. Truly powerful, these relationships can be the best or the worst part of our lives.This episode provides tips to better manage both the body and emotions.References heard in the episode :Dhru Purohit’s podcast “Broken Brain”Byron Katie, an American speaker and author who teaches a method of self-inquiry known as “The Work of Byron Katie” or simply “The Work”The book “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying” by Bonnie Ware, Hay House UKESSENTIALS is podcast by BOSS BOTTLED. You can follow BOSS on Instagram @boss, and Gunnar Peter...
#25: Fascia: The Connective Tissue That Keeps You Healthy
Host: Dhru PurohitGuest: Dr. Shalani BhatHave you ever thought about how our organs are able to stay in place, exactly where they need to be? There is a stretchy webbing, or connective tissue, inside of our bodies called fascia that runs from head to toe around our organs and our muscles. We are learning more and more about this tissue, the role it plays in our health, and how to keep it healthy so you can feel your best.Today, we dive into this topic with Functional Medicine practitioner Dr. Shalini Bhat, founder of The Movement Boutique in Toronto. Dr. Bhat and Dhru will start off by explaining what fascia is and why it’s so important. Then, they will talk in depth about how to keep fascia healthy through diet and movement—because after all “motion is lotion.”As a Functional Medicine doctor, Dr. Bhat is always interested in finding the root cause of issues, so you’ll also get to hear her perspective on how fascia may impact digestion and brain health. And, finally, if you wan...
#26: What Do Genetics Really Tell Us? with Dr. Ben Lynch
Are there things happening in your body that you can’t see? We were all born with the genes that are code for everything in our physical bodies and even account for some personality traits. Genes determine hair and eye color, sleep patterns, how you detoxify, food sensitivities, and so much more!Some genes have what are called SNPs and that’s when things can get complicated. Finding out if you have SNPs, and what they are, is important. Even though there are strengths and weaknesses to having SNPs, there are practical things you can do to support the genes you have so your body can function better—right now and in the future.Today, our Broken Brain Podcast host Dhru talks to genetic expert and Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Ben Lynch, author of the best selling book Dirty Genes. Dhru and Dr. Ben discuss what dirty genes are and how we can clean them up! Dr. Ben shares his personal genetic testing story and how he manages with a SNP in his MTHFR gene. You’ll get to hear Dr. Ben’s advi...
#27: Calming Your Anxious Mind with Ariel Garten
Have you ever wanted to be a more relaxed and less anxious person...someone who bounces back after setbacks that we all face? Someone who can take deep breaths in the midst of a stressful day and not react when something upsets you?My life is full! I am often running from morning until late at night, and I could not do it without meditation. My twice daily meditation practice is what actually gives me the reserves and the presence to accomplish everything I need to in one day.Today, we learn all about the inner workings of the brain, why we get anxious, and how meditation can help with neuroscientist, psychotherapist, and Muse co-creator Ariel Garten. Dhru and Ariel start off by getting real about mental health—it’s something we ALL need to deal with—no stigma here. It’s a part of the human condition. For all the moms out there, Ariel shares her story on postpartum depression and the anxiety she faced after having her son.This episode is full of rich pearls to teach you about ou...
#29: The Optimal Morning Routine Plus Keto Tips with Dr. Stephanie Estima
Every day when we wake we are given a new opportunity to be our best selves—to be present for our loved ones, do the work we are meant to be doing, and feel at peace. However, in our day and age, technology is a part of every waking moment, that cell phone alarm that wakes us up can hijack our mornings, starting us off in a panic, and prompting us to seek out what has happened in the news overnight or who needs something from us.We can choose a different path, if we want, that can set the pace for our productivity for the rest of the day while, at the same time, helping us feel balanced and happy. Dhru’s conversation on The Broken Brain Podcast this week is all about creating habits that contribute to balance with Dr. Stephanie Estima, founder of The Health Loft in Toronto. Dhru and Dr. Stephanie start off by talking about her morning routine—especially as a mom to three boys—and they meander through many important topics such as breakfast ideas, keto diet tips, isolation new mo...
#45: Move Beyond Worry and Fear to Create a Life You Love with Amber Rae
Why do we hold back from pursuing what matters most? Why do we listen to the voice inside our head that tells us we're not good enough, smart enough, or talented enough? How can we move beyond the fear and doubt that prevents us from creating a life that reflects who we truly are?On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, our host, Dhru, talks to Amber Rae, an author, artist, and speaker whose work invites you to live your truth, befriend your emotions, and express your gifts. She has been called a “Millennial Motivator” by Fortune and “The Brené Brown of Wonder” by Mind Body Green. She is the New York Times best selling author of Choose Wonder Over Worry: Move Beyond Fear and Doubt to Unlock Your Full Potential.In this episode, Dhru and Amber talk about how to face your fears, wake up to your truth, and get to the source of what’s holding you back. They discuss how to greet worry with wonder, and Amber’s three-step approach for dialoguing with and finding wisdom in your emotions—esp...
#47: Giving Your Brain a Digital Detox to Create More Human Connection with Dallas Hartwig
Do you ever feel that you spend way too much time on your phone or social media or comparing yourself to others? Many people use social media as a way to connect to one another, but increased use is actually associated with increases in perceived loneliness and social isolation. We want meaningful connections with other people, but we’re not really building them. Technology and media aren’t the problem—it's how we use them, or how we let them use us.On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, our host, Dhru, talks to Dallas Hartwig, co-founder of the Whole30 program and co-author of two New York Times best selling books, It starts with Food and The Whole30. His newest program, More Social Less Media, helps people change their relationship with technology and media in order to connect with real life.In this episode, Dhru and Dallas talk about how to use technology and social media as a tool, and not let it rule your life, or your mental health. They discuss how to change your relationship w...
The Laws of Human Nature – Robert Greene
Robert Greene takes a deep and searing look at the inner workings of human behavior based on social and biological science, as well as many of the most powerful people throughout history.
I Made a Documentary
I was a thriving, young doctor with a promising career ahead of me. Then, within a short amount of time (it felt like it was almost overnight), my entire life changed. Suddenly, depression and anxiety were constant companions and I had such extreme fatigue I couldn’t even get out of bed some mornings. What was I supposed to do? Everything I did required optimal brain function. Without a healthy brain, I couldn’t see patients, do research, workout, or connect with loved ones.. I was at a loss. Discovering Functional Medicine and the power of our body to heal saved me from lifelong depression, anxiety, and fatigue. And this is just my story. Thousands of other patients and many other practitioners have their own story about how Functional Medicine empowered them to take control of their health and treat their mysterious or not so mysterious illnesses. This is why I made a docuseries about brain health. With the help of my friends, patients, and colleagues, I wanted to show you how y...
BECOMING A THERAPIST- Fully Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists in Private Practice feat. Z, Lopez & M. Plascencia, LMFTs
In this second part of HOW MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS ARE MADE, we are moving up the ladder. In this episode, I speak with two fully licensed marriage and family therapists. They spill the tea on how to sustain yourself as a therapist, how therapy is "soul work", and the importance of Latinxs becoming therapists! Below is must-have information on my guests! Maritza Plascencia, LMFT Maritza received a B.A. in Criminology and a B.A. in English from University of California Irvine where she interned for the OC Public Defender's Office interviewing minors in custody at Juvenile Hall. Upon graduating she was hired as a Victim Advocate assigned to assist victims in domestic violence cases going through the criminal justice system. She decided to pursue her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at the California School of Professional Psychology after witnessing the effects of unhealthy relationships and the dysfunction these create for everyone involved; from the children who...
Inside the Legal Battle to Ban a Deadly Neurotoxin - with Neuroscientist Robert Sapolsky
For several years, environmental advocacy groups have been fighting to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos from agricultural use. A turnover in leadership at the EPA has led to a moment of indecision on what to do about the chemical. Robert Sapolsky is a neuroscientist who’s spent a long time assisting in the legal battle against chlorpyrifos. We discussed the devastating effects of chlorpyrifos on an exposed nervous system as well as his work to discredit the industry science claiming its safety.
Robert Sapolsky on the toxic intersection of poverty and stress
Robert Sapolsky is a Stanford neuroscientist and primatologist. He’s the author of a slew of important books on human biology and behavior. But it’s an older book he wrote that forms the basis for this conversation. In Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers, Sapolsky works through how a stress response that evolved for fast, fight-or-flight situations on the savannah continuously wears on our bodies and brains in modern life. But stress isn’t just an individual phenomenon. It’s also a social force, applied brutally and unequally across our society. “If you want to see an example of chronic stress, study poverty,” Sapolsky says. I often say on the show that politics and policy need to begin with a realistic model of human nature. This is a show about that level of the policy conversation: It’s about how poverty and stress exist in a doom loop together, each amplifying the other’s effects on the brain and body, deepening their harms. And this is a conversation of intense relevance to ho...
Episode 08: Being Human with Robert Sapolsky
This episode of Origin Stories was recorded live in San Francisco as part of the Bay Area Science Festival. It was the first of The Leakey Foundation and the Baumann Foundation’s new “Being Human” event series. Our speaker was Robert Sapolsky, a professor of biology and neurology at Stanford University and a MacArthur “Genius” Fellow. He gave a fascinating and funny talk about human behavior and the ways we are the same as, and different from, other animals. You can hear more from Dr. Sapolsky on the Inquiring Minds podcast. Host Indre Viskontas interviewed Sapolsky about his work and his thoughts on our prospects as a species. You can find Inquiring Minds on iTunes and at motherjones.com/inquiringminds This episode is part of the Being Human initiative of The Leakey Foundation and the Baumann Foundation. leakeyfoundation.org/beinghuman
Featured guest is bestselling science author, Stanford scientist and atheist Robert Sapolsky, with a lively discussion of primates, atheism, evolution and naturalistic explanations for the origin of religions. The show includes an update on the Foundation's faith-based challenge, going before the Supreme Court later this month, a song in homage to stem-cell research, and a look at fascinating freethought writers born in early February. The show is cohosted by Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor, who jointly direct the Freedom From Religion Foundation. (MP3, 52 min, 23.5 MB)
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