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 mental health journey. This podcast was created to help others in their journey to becoming wise, empathic, genuine and connected in their personal and professional lives.
136: Turn Autism Around with Dr. Mary Lynch Barbera
This week, Dr. Puder interviews Dr. Barbera who made the transformation from a confused parent of an autistic child to a doctoral-level behavioral analyst, best-selling author, and a tremendous resource for health professionals and parents of children with autism all over the world.
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135: From Survive to Thrive
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 discovering the origin of a patient's problems and using that as a guide for treatment.
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134: The Strengths of Dyslexia
With dyslexia being present in 20% of the population, we have to ask ourselves what the upside is to dyslexia. 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 patterns—nature is favoring large groups of people to display these traits. This episode dives into the strengths of dyslexic thought processes to hopefully help decrease the negative views surrounding dyslexia.
133: Blitzed: Nazi Germany, Hitler, Pervitin (Methamphetamine)- How Drugs Influenced World War 2
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.
132: Practical Psychopharmacology with Dr. Goldberg
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 psychopharmacology and his approach to psychiatry.
131: Diet to Treat Depression and Anxiety
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 make healthy eating accessible and his insights into how the food we eat affects our mood and brain function.
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