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Connection Index

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

Release Date: 06/02/2022

The Integration of Psychotherapy as a Treatment Modality show art The Integration of Psychotherapy as a Treatment Modality

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

In today’s episode of the podcast, I speak with Dr. Mary Jo Peebles, a renowned psychoanalyst, speaker and author, about the significance of psychotherapy from her most recent book, When Psychotherapy Seems Stuck. Dr. Peebles received her Bachelors of Psychology from Wellesley College and her PhD in clinical psychology from Case Western Reserve University. She currently works at her private practice in Bethesda, Maryland. to Blog.

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Consciousness & Emotion with Mark Solms show art Consciousness & Emotion with Mark Solms

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

Dr. Mark Solms, author of,  The Hidden Spring, gives us a guided tour of a journey into different aspects of consciousness, how Freud can be updated with the work of Jaak Pankseep and affective neuroscience, as well as some of the more fundamental principles and groundbreaking work in which he comes to the conclusion that the why, how and where of consciousness centers on our “in the moment” experience of emotions and feelings. Link to blog . 

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ECT Efficacy and Controversies with Dr. Cummings show art ECT Efficacy and Controversies with Dr. Cummings

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In this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Dr. Cummings to discuss the benefits, progress, and fears related to electroconvulsive therapy. For years the efficacy of electroconvulsive therapy has been debated, but we’ve learned that it still remains an essential part of psychiatric treatment in patients with severe mental health disorders. Link to full blog .  

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Dr. Robert Feinstein Learning Psychotherapy show art Dr. Robert Feinstein Learning Psychotherapy

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On this episode, Dr. David Puder and Dr. Robert Feinstein discuss the journey of becoming a good psychotherapist and how to increase one's skill in the realm of psychotherapy training through the cognitive apprenticeship model.

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Wishes and Fears - in Couples Therapy: Dan Wile and Dorothy Kaufmann show art Wishes and Fears - in Couples Therapy: Dan Wile and Dorothy Kaufmann

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

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 Therapy, and spoken very highly of by Dr. Gottman.

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Connection Index show art Connection Index

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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 question of how we create better supervisors and mentors as students embark on their own “hero’s journey” to becoming physicians.   Link to blog

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Karen Horney: Neurosis And Human Growth show art Karen Horney: Neurosis And Human Growth

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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 theories introduced in the writing, such as the development of neurosis, the contrast to the healthy individual, the components of growth, the tyranny of the “should,” the search for glory, and neurotic claims.   We hope that you will be...

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PANS & PANDAS show art PANS & PANDAS

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

PANS/PANDAS is the hypothesis that there are certain types of obsessive compulsive symptoms, tic symptoms or restrictive eating symptoms that are caused by an infection and the immune response to an infection. Kyle Williams, MD, PHD and Sarah O'Dor, PhD join the podcast to discuss their research and diagnoses of PANS/PANDAS. 

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Moral Injury show art Moral Injury

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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., 2019). Moral injury is similar to PTSD but has distinct differences. While it is often seen in military settings, various front-line careers also present opportunities for moral injury, including psychiatry. 

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How to Manage Aggression with Psychopharmacology in an Inpatient Setting show art How to Manage Aggression with Psychopharmacology in an Inpatient Setting

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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 (). Aggression, according to the 3-factor approach initially detailed by investigators from the New York State Hospital system, is categorized into three types of assault: impulsive, predatory/organized, and psychotic. Impulsive aggression was the most common type...

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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 question of how we create better supervisors and mentors as students embark on their own “hero’s journey” to becoming physicians.

 

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