Join Dr. Scarlet and host Dustin McGinnis for a whimsical view at the psychology behind the Harry Potter series chapter by chapter.
S3 Chapter 5: The Dementor
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban S3 Chapter 5: The Dementor Dementors attack! Join Dr. Janina Scarlet and Dustin McGinnis for their take on the traumatizing journey of the Hogwarts Express, as Harry, Ron, and Hermione suffer an attack from Dementors of Azkaban!
S3 Chapter 4: The Leaky Cauldron
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban S3 Chapter 4: The Leaky Cauldron Join Dustin and Dr. Janina Scarlet as they visit the Leaky Cauldron. On this episode they discuss, the freedom to be the magical person you are, the responsibility of power, Hermione’s compassion, and how to tell children the truth. Also, this episode... Read more »
S3 Chapter 3: The Knight Bus
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban S3 Chapter 3: The Knight Bus On this magical episode, Dr. Scarlet and Dustin explore the nature of impulsivity, the reasons why some humans choose to ignore what they see, the influence of illusions, and why the number 13 is viewed as a cursed number.
S3 Chapter 2: Aunt Marge's Big Mistake
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban S3 Chapter 2: Aunt Marge’s Big Mistake Is Aunt Marge a Psychopath? How does negative perceptions affect someone’s behavior? How are feelings a form of magic? Find out the answers to these questions and more as Dr. Scarlet and Dustin discuss the Prisoner of Azkaban Chapter 2: Aunt... Read more »
S3 Chapter 1: Owl Post
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban S3 Chapter 1: Owl Post Dr. Scarlet and Dustin are back for the 3rd season of the Harry Potter Therapy Podcast. In this episode they discuss different types of abuse, friendship being Harry greatest source of happiness, and the true horrors of the witch trials.
S2 Chapter 18: Dobby's Reward
S2 Chapter 18: Dobby’s Reward On the final episode of season 2, Dr. Scarlet and Dustin discuss the the last chapter of the Chamber of Secrets: Dobby’s Reward. They cover the strength of choices, classism, and how a loved one’s pain and suffering could lead to our own mental health struggles.