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PI Podcast host, Nick Fortino sits with some of the most influential psychologists and thoughts leaders, in conversations about a variety of topics, many of which will likely relate directly to your life.

Originally exclusive to Youtube, the content is created by psychologist, Dr. Nick Fortino and professional video editor, Robert Daluz. Our mission is to use our expertise to deliver consistent, compelling, quality content that adds value to your life.

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PI Podcast host, Nick Fortino sits with some of the most influential psychologists and thoughts leaders, in conversations about a variety of topics, many of which will likely relate directly to your life.

Originally exclusive to Youtube, the content is created by psychologist, Dr. Nick Fortino and professional video editor, Robert Daluz. Our mission is to use our expertise to deliver consistent, compelling, quality content that adds value to your life.

Join us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychology-is/support

    Ep: 37 | Kelly Brogan | Well-being Without Psychiatric Drugs

    Ep: 37 | Kelly Brogan | Well-being Without Psychiatric Drugs

    Dr. Kelly Brogan performed a very unique human feat; she changed her mind. She was trained as an MD and psychiatrist at prestigious institutions including Cornell and NYU. Upon completing her training and practicing psychiatry for some time, Dr. Brogan recognized the limitations and harms of standard psychiatric treatment. She has moved past relying on drug treatment to help people and went on to write the New York Times best seller, A Mind of Your Own: The Truth About Depression and How Women Can Heal Their Bodies to Reclaim Their Lives. Her new book is called Own Your Self, which we discuss in this conversation.


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    • 1 hr 21 min
    Ep 36: Rose McDermott | Covid, Violence, Nuclear War, World Peace

    Ep 36: Rose McDermott | Covid, Violence, Nuclear War, World Peace

    Dr. Rose McDermott joins Nick on the 36th episode of the Psychology Is Podcast for an important conversation about Covid, politics, perception, violence, nuclear war, world peace, and heroism. Our world is tumultuous and beautiful and terrible and awesome. Let's talk about it.

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    • 1 hr 17 min
    Ep 35: Anoop Kumar MD | Rethinking Human Nature for Medicine's Sake

    Ep 35: Anoop Kumar MD | Rethinking Human Nature for Medicine's Sake

    Medical Doctor Anoop Kumar joins Nick Fortino on the 35th episode of the Psychology Is Podcast for a conversation about human nature, and how a more complete understanding of the human body will enhance our capacity to practice medicine effectively.


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    • 1 hr 40 min
    Ep 34: Tania Israel | Dialogue With Those Who Disagree

    Ep 34: Tania Israel | Dialogue With Those Who Disagree

    Dr. Tania Israel, author of Beyond Your Bubble and expert in how to dialogue with people with differing political views joins Nick for the 34th episode of the Psychology Is Podcast.

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    Ep 33: Nick Haslam | Concept Creep: Psychology's Expanding Definitions

    Ep 33: Nick Haslam | Concept Creep: Psychology's Expanding Definitions

    Dr. Nick Haslam coined the term 'concept creep', which refers to the way that concepts related to harm and pathology are expanding to include phenomena of different kinds and less extreme degrees. What are the implications of this? Drs. Nick and Nick take a deep dive into this in the 33rd episode of the Psychology Is Podcast.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Ep 32: Chris Ferguson | Why Do Insane People Become Leaders

    Ep 32: Chris Ferguson | Why Do Insane People Become Leaders

    Psychologist Chris Ferguson joins Nick for the 32nd episode of the Psychology Is Podcast for a conversation about the reasons that insane people become leaders, and the impact this has on societies.

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    • 55 min

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