Playlist · by danielvojta
46 episodes, 37 hours 1 min
023: Flight, Fight, or Shut Down. Understanding Polyvagal Theory
Have you ever felt like you wavered between anxiety and panic, or feeling totally emotionally numb? Did you know that’s one of the ways your body is wired to protect you? There are ways to feel healthy, normal, and deal with the reason you feel that way. This week on the podcast I talk to Dr. Kevin Ing and Adam Borecky about the body’s fight or flight response, and then the deepest response to trauma—emotional shutdown.
Trauma, Shame & the Polyvagal Theory
A way way in-depth look into how trauma works plus what shame and disgust have to do with it. From Justin Sunseri, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist 99147. NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE -Website - https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ -Phone Number - 1(800)273-8255 -Chat -
Safety, Social Engagement & the Polyvagal Theory
We start at the top of the Polyvagal Ladder with the Safety & Social Engagement autonomic nervous system, the face to heart connection! Twitter - https://twitter.com/justinlmft Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/justinlmft/ Website - http://www.justinlmft.com Instagram -
Intro to the Polyvagal Theory
An intro to the Polyvagal Theory from Dr Stephen Porges. Autonomic state shifts, creating narratives, neuroception and more! More Polyvagal Podcast content for $5/mo - https://www.justinlmft.com/members Amazon Influencer Store (I get a portion of sales) - www.amazon.com/shop/justinlmft
Autism Matters Podcast Number 28
Robyn Steward interviews Dora Raymaker and Christina Nicolaidis, co-founders of AASPIRE, to discuss their practice-based guidelines for the inclusion of autistic adults in research as co-researchers and study participants.
Autism Research Update: Implications for Practice
Robin L. Hansen, MD, UC Davis MIND Institute Series: "Developmental Disabilities Update" [Health and Medicine] [Education] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 34674]
19| Redefining Alzheimer's Disease: Does Cognition Matter? - With Dr. Adam Brickman
Despite global efforts to understand and ultimately assess, diagnose, and treat Alzheimer's disease (AD) more effectively, a consensus definition of AD still does not exist. In 2018, the National Institute of Aging – Alzheimer’s Association (NIA-AA) Research Framework recommended that we should shift the definition of AD from a syndrome (i.e., the cognitive/behavioral symptoms that individuals present with) to a purely biological construct, specifically the presence of βamyloid deposition, pathologic tau, and neurodegeneration (the "A/T/N" model). In this episode, we talk to Dr. Adam Brickman about the NIA-AA Research Framework biological definition of AD, the role of vascular contributions, assumptions about the amyloid hypothesis, and implications of not including the clinical syndrome in the diagnosis of AD. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/19 _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 2) Subscribe (free) and leave an iTunes review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 3) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro) Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners’ own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]
Anxiety and Teen Girls
What factors are behind rising stress and anxiety in girls and what can we do about it? Our guest is Dr. Lisa Damour, a clinical psychologist and author of "Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls." APA is currently seeking proposals for APA 2020 sessions, learn more athttp://convention.apa.org/proposals
A Dramatic Cure
Placebos belong in clinical trials, not in the doctor's office. That's the conventional wisdom, anyway. This week, we ask what placebos might teach us about healing.
TU94: The Science of Self-Regulation - Breaking down Polyvagal Theory
The science of relaxing into love, this episode continues the exploration of Polyvagal Theory by bringing it to life through discussion and real-life examples. Sue Marriott and Ann Kelley continue to break down one of the most important theories of our generation when it comes to trauma and psychological treatment.
082: Wendy Behary on Working with Narcissism
When working with clients in therapy I often wonder if someone might be displaying aspects of narcissism. I often question myself and my reality. It is important to realize that partner of people with narcissism feel this way all the time. Wendy Behary is a leader in working with people with narcissism. She wrote the bookDisarming the Narcissist: Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed.
Richard Hill talks to Dr. Michael Yapko, who is internationally recognized for his work in developing strategic, outcome-focused psychotherapies, the advanced clinical applications of hypnosis, and active, short-term non-pharmacological treatments of depression.
Research professor Brené Brown brings her expertise on empathy, vulnerability, courage and shame to a place that is home to all four of those things: Marc’s garage.
001: Porn Addiction: Is It Real?
Thank you for listening to Mormon Sex Info. This episode is an archived episode and is only now becoming publicly available. Mormon Sex Info relies on contributions. To contribute, please visit: mormonsex.info Please enjoy the episode. Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Kristin Hodson, LCSW, CST regarding the common use of the term "porn" or "sex" addiction within our Mormon culture. They cover limitations and issues when individuals, spouses, leaders or professionals pathologize unwanted sexual behavior - as well as cover more sex-positive approaches that are more likely to lead to the sexual health all parties are interested in achieving. Kristin Hodson is an LDS Certified Sex Therapist and has contributed to many media resources such as: Sheknows.com, Woman’s Day Magazine, and The Deseret News. She has been a regular contributor on the Radio From Hell show on x96 taking live calls on sex and intimacy, has appeared on KSL’s Studio 5, and has been a monthly guest on KUTV 2 morning ...
007: Neuroscience and "Sex/Porn Addiction": How do we make sense of all this info?
Thank you for listening to Mormon Sex Info. This episode is an archived episode and is only now becoming publicly available. Mormon Sex Info relies on contributions. To contribute, please visit: mormonsex.info Please enjoy the episode. Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Richard and Lawrence Siegel, in the continuing discussion of why the framing of sexual issues as addiction is problematic. What are the neurological/medical explanations currently taking place within the sexual field? What are the diagnostic implications? What is the research that has been happening for the last 20 years on these issues? Is research interpreted and applied correctly? What do many of the terms being thrown around even mean? And can evidence-based/peer-reviewed research truly be found to support the addiction model for treating sexual problems? What happens when we look at our sexual behavior from the lens of it being broken, and even diseased? How does this affect such things as personal and relational ...
005: Claiming our Sexual Identity
Thank you for listening to Mormon Sex Info. This episode is an archived episode and is only now becoming publicly available. Mormon Sex Info relies on contributions. To contribute, please visit: mormonsex.info Please enjoy the episode. Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Isa Jones, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Clinical Sexologist, on the importance of creating & claiming our sexual identities both as individuals and couples. What does this mean? For example, we often have clear ideas about many roles we play in our lives… who am I as a parent?… as a spouse?… as a business partner? But how many times have we thought about “who am I sexually?” So, how do we go about claiming our own sexuality in ways that hold authenticity and internal authority? What sexual values do we hold - not just from our religious culture - but from the space of pleasure, consent, vulnerability, erotic experience, etc…? And then… how do we communicate these sexual spaces with our partners - e...
TU92: Understanding Addiction and Attachment-Informed Treatment With Guests Brad Kennedy & Vanessa Kennedy
Learn 3 distinct features that make one vulnerable to addiction and understand the varied dynamics through the lens of attachment with guests Brad Kennedy and Dr. Vanessa Kennedy.By getting curious about our behaviors and understanding why we do what we do, we can begin shifting our narrative from one of shame to one of compassion.
TU93a: Polyvagal Theory in Action (full version) - The Science of Body Regulation With Dr Stephen Porges
Dr. Stephen Porges, the neuroscientist behind Polyvagal Theory & Sue Marriott discuss mechanisms in the brain that create an array of psychological symptoms. Learn how to regulate your nervous system and co-regulate those you love. Full version.
We don't "move on" from grief. We move forward with it | Nora McInerny
In a talk that's by turns heartbreaking and hilarious, writer and podcaster Nora McInerny shares her hard-earned wisdom about life and death. Her candid approach to something that will, let's face it, affect us all, is as liberating as it is gut-wrenching. Most powerfully, she encourages us to shift how we approach grief. "A grieving person is going to laugh again and smile again," she says. "They're going to move forward. But that doesn't mean that they've moved on."
18| Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder – With Dr. Jeffrey Wozniak
Today we give an overview of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), which includes a collection of disorders that occur when a fetus is exposed to alcohol. We discuss this topic with Dr. Jeffrey Wozniak, a neuropsychologist with extensive research and clinical experience in FASD, and cover the physical, cognitive/developmental, and behavioral effects commonly seen in children and adults with this condition. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/18 _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 2) Subscribe (free) and leave an iTunes review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 3) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro) Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners’ own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]
EXPERTS ON EXPERT: John Gottman
John Gottman is an American psychological researcher, an award-winning speaker, author, a professor emeritus in psychology and co-founder of the Gottman Institute. John sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his research on thin slicing and predicting marital success. He notes how having a daughter turned him into an instant feminist and He talks about the different ways men and women view sex. The two talk about a father's crucial role to a child, they delve into the four horsemen of the apocalypse and John urges couples to foster curiosity.
TIL 191: Ministering to Families After Suicide (feat. Jim Newheiser)
On this edition of Truth in Love Dale Johnson discuses the sobering reality of ministry after suicide with Jim Newheiser. Featuring: - The pastoral duty to help - Ministry of presence - How to take steps in helping a family? - How to walk through a process of grief? - Resources on ministry and suicide
TIL 197: Helping Families say Goodbye (feat. Brad Bradnt)
Brad Bradnt shares how to help families say, "goodbye" to loved ones passing away on this edition of Truth in Love. Featuring: - See joy as a fruit of the Spirit. - Learn how to cultivate joy in sorrow. - Develop a biblical theology of suffering. - Develop a biblical theology of saying, "Goodbye." Resources: - Hebrews 5:7 - 8, Hebrews 12:2 -3 - "Pain: The Gift Nobody Wants" - Paul Brand - Scripture for Suffering: Psalm 23, John 14, Romans 8, 1 Corinthians 15, 1 Thessalonians 4, book of Hebrews
Relationship Matters 92 “A problem shared is not a family halved - does sharing the same concerns help prevent divorce?”
Dr Ellen Stephenson (University of British Columbia, Canada) discusses her article ‘A 20 prospective study of marital separation and divorce in step families: Appraisals of family stress as predictors’. Posted March 2019. Read the associated article here.
Emotionally Naked Without Shame: Episode 582
A dictionary for confusing dating concepts, plus emotional honesty while dating, and a listener feels awkwardly unprofessional.
180: Marriage Mornings, Day 71: Admit when you are Wrong.
A podcast about real stories of why marriages really succeed and fail.
You Can Be Right or You Can Be Married
[Contains mature themes] They’ve been together for more than a decade, but this isn’t the first time they’ve separated. Stuck in a cycle of explosive escalations, a husband and wife want to make it work but can’t break their habit of going for the emotional jugular. Esther encourages them to start their conversations differently.
On the very first episode of "Family Therapy", Amanda and Laura discuss friendship breakups, tight tanks and cool sweatpants, and how self-indulgent we are! Intro and outro music by our friend Zoe Sky Jordan. Poster by the very talented Emily Gillis.
Boyfriend Problems and Adulthood - Part 1
On this week's episode of Family Therapy, Laura and Amanda discuss a stressor in Laura's relationship, Amanda's struggle to feel like an adult, and their dog Jello's gorgeous natural blonde locks. This is Part 1 of a two-part episode for some reason.
Sometimes I Hate Myself, Sometimes I Don't
CW: Eating disorders On this week's episode, Laur and Amanda discuss self-doubt, insecurity, and the limits attractive-person privilege. We also discuss how scary sharing gritty details about your mental illness can be when it sometimes feels like people talk about their struggles in such vague terms. Lastly, Amanda teaches us that a joke is just a statement about reality.
11| The Human Microbiome and Mental Illness: The Gut-Brain Axis - With Dr. Tanya Nguyen
In our bodies, microbial genes outnumber human genes by about 100 to 1. The human microbiome (the bacteria, fungi, and viruses that live in us) has been linked togastrointestinal diseases, immune functioning, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and more recently cognitive and psychiatric functioning. Today we speak with Dr. Tanya Nguyen, a neuropsychologist whose research is helping to clarify this link. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/11 _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 2) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 3) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro) Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not con...
15| Interventional Neuropsychology: Compensatory Cognitive Training - With Dr. Beth Twamley
Compensatory Cognitive Training (CCT) is a growing area of research and clinical practice forneuropsychologists in academic and rehabilitation settings. CCT leverages intact brain networks in order to teach skills that can improve someone’s ability to function independently in day-to-day life, despite the presence of other disrupted brain networks. CCT has wide-reaching applications and can be beneficial for many of the clinical populations neuropsychologists already work with, including individuals with traumatic brain injury, severe mental illness, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia. In this episode, we will talk to Elizabeth Twamley, Ph.D., about CCT: how it is applied, similarities to cognitive rehabilitation, who benefits most, where the field is going, and much more. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/15 _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 2) Subscribe (free) and leave an A...
American Sociological Review - The Paradox of Persistence: Explaining the Black-White Gap in Bachelor’s Degree Completion
Christina Ciocca Eller discusses her recently published article with co-authorThomas DiPrete, entitled,"The Paradox of Persistence: Explaining the Black-White Gap in Bachelor's Degree Completion" in the December 2018 issue ofAmerican Sociological Review. Thank you for listening.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Structured Variation in Parental Beliefs about Autism
Author Jane McLeod discusses her article, " Structured Variation in Parental Beliefs about Autism," co-authored by Lydia DiSabatino. The article is published in the March 2019 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
Relationship Matters 91 “Do smartphones disconnect parents from connecting with their children?”
Kostadin Kushlev (University of Virginia, USA) discusses his research which investigated whether spending time on smartphones distracts parents from connecting with their children. Posted March 2019. Read the associated article here.
Autism Matters Podcast Number 27
Robyn Steward interviews Dr Sarah Cassidy from The University of Nottingham about her study ‘‘People like me don’t get support’: Autistic adults’ experiences of support and treatment for mental health difficulties, self-injury and suicidality’. Posted March 2019. Read the associated article here
063: A Couple Educating Couples with Dr. Jameson and Herdyne Mercier
Often people try to please their partner and lose sight of what they want for themselves. It is important that we speak up for what we want in our relationships in order that we don't grow resentful over time. In this episode with Dr. Jameson and Herdyne Mercier, they talk about how marriage takes work and they are dedicated to teaching couples the skills they need to have great relationships. They work with couples in their practice in Florida.
066: Allison Puryear on Building a Fantastic Couples Therapy Practice
As therapists we get lots of training and do an amazing job of serving our clients in therapy. What most of us don't learn and need help on is how to build, run, and grow a great business. Whether you have clients coming in the door, willing to pay your full fee might have little to do with how effective you are as a therapist. There is a lot that most of us can do to improve our marketing, presence on social media, and networking with our communities.
068: Emotionally Focused Therapy Training with Jill Fischer
This episode is with Jill Fischer who is a leading Emotionally Focused supervisor and trainer. She provides listeners with a fantastic overview of EFT as a model and what is necessary for training. Emotionally Focused Therapy is one of the leading models in the world of couples therapy. We talked about the externship, core skills training, and how your own personal work as a therapist can enhance your ability to go deeper with the couples you work with.
070: Bill Doherty on Marital Commitment vs. Individual Happiness
Dr. Bill Doherty along with his daughter, Elizabeth Doherty Thomas, started the Doherty Relationship Institute. He has written 15 books and regularly teaches and trains therapists and couples. He has served as President of the National Council on Family Relations and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Family Therapy Association. He is also the founder of Discernment Counseling for couples on the brink of divorce.
072: Psychodrama with Couples with Walter Logeman
Using psychodrama in therapy has the capability to help people unlock neural pathways in ways that they wouldn't otherwise be able to with typical talk therapy. This episode explores that process as well as goes through several examples of how to use psychodrama with couples. Walter Logeman is a therapist in Christchurch, New Zealand who specializes in working with couples. He is a supervisor, trainer, and qualified Imago therapist.
075: Using Mindfulness in Couples Therapy with Rob Fisher
When working with couples in therapy, it can be easy to get lost in their story and stay focused on the content of what they are talking about. This often feels like a tennis match, watching the ball go back and forth. In the interview this week with Rob Fisher, he talks about how to use experiential techniques in order to help couples slow down, be more present, and tune into what is going on inside them.
077: EFT and Trauma with Kathryn Rheem
It is becoming more and more evident over time that incorporating aspects of trauma work into couples therapy is incredibly beneficial. Using Emotionally Focused Therapy (one of the leading couples therapy models) is a great way to be able to work with how the trauma is coming up in the present relationship. Kathryn Rheem is a certified EFT therapist and teacher of the model. She has worked closely with Sue Johnson for over ten years and does lots of training for therapists learning EFT.
079: EFT and Attachment Injuries with Leanne Campbell and David Fairweather
We have had a few episodes about emotionally focused therapy (EFT) lately and for good reason. EFT is one of the most well respected and widely used models of couples therapy. This conversation focuses specifically on how couples heal if there has been an affair or other attachment injury. Leanne Campbell and David Fairweather go into detail about the use of EFT to heal attachment injuries from trauma.
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