Self-help psychology! No couch, no Freudian analysis. Take control of your life right now and laugh, too. Based on the work of Marlowe O. Erickson.
Episode 25. Recapitulation
34. Concluding remarks and summary of insights.
This episode concludes the podcasts of FLIPPIN' FREUD.
33. Everyone has the potential to be joyful!
Dr. Erickson gives a review of some of his cases which illustrate key concepts in his approach in counseling. This is useful to individuals and even to clinical psychologists. (pp. 93-102)
32. The story of a case of domestic violence.
She had reason to be afraid of her husband. Marlowe did, too! The story puts Marlowe Erickson's skills as a clinical psychologist to the test. What would you have done in this situation? (pp. 87-93)
31. Don't do anything about smoking!
Joe Smoke began smoking as a teenager. His wife also smoked. Marlowe plays out his entertaining ideas for them about smoking. (pp. 81-87 )
30. I am worried that I worry.
How to find a surrogate worrier, someone to do the worrying for you! (pp. 78-81)