The Illuminare Podcast shines a light on the forces shaping the behavioral health industry, including technology, research, investment, and other important issues. Podcast host Dr. Ronit Molko shares her industry-leading expertise and interviews the leaders and innovators in behavioral health about current topics and the future of the industry.
COVID-19’s Adolescent Mental Health Crisis
On this week’s episode of The Iluminare Podcast, Dr. Molko sits down with Dr. Anjani Amladi, a board certified adult and adolescent psychiatrist to discuss the significant rise in child mental health issues since the beginning of the pandemic and how parents can provide resources and care for their children.
Advocating For Our Elders & Bridging Generations
On this week’s episode of the Illuminare Podcast, Dr. Ronit Molko sits down with David Romanelli, a #1 bestselling author, international speaker and elder advocate. Tune in for their discussion on how cultural differences between different countries influence how we care for senior citizens, and the importance of interconnecting generations as a means to gain valuable knowledge and build relationships.
The History of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
On this week’s episode of The Illuminare Podcast, Dr. Ronit Molko talks with long time mentor and friend, Dr. John Lutzker, about the history, practice, and prominent figures surrounding applied behavior analysis as a method to treat developmental disorders.
Women, Sexuality and Autism
On this week’s episode of The Illuminare Podcast, Dr. Ronit Molko sits down with Amy Gravino, an author, speaker, and autism sexuality advocate to discuss the importance of comprehensive sexual education for those on the autism spectrum and how sex can and should play a role in those with autism reclaiming their independence.
The Burnout Dilemma in Healthcare
On this episode of The Illuminare Podcast, Dr. Shawn Jones joins Dr. Ronit Molko for a conversation about the burnout dilemma among physician providers. They discussed Dr. Jones’ journey with PTSD and the way he found healing. Dr. Jones shares how to find tools to utilize when you experience burnout and more insights from his book - “Finding Heart In Art: A Surgeon's Renaissance Approach To Healing Modern Medical Burnout.”
The Bedtime Doctor: Better Bedtime Routines for Children, Teens, and Adults
Dr. Ronit Molko is joined by Dr. Lynelle Schneeberg, a pediatric sleep psychologist and author of “Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach.”
A True Future-Looking Leader in the Behavioral Health Realm
Ronit Molko brings such rich insight and experience to the topic of behavioral and mental health. She has done an excellent job curating a podcast with experts touching all aspects of this field. If you are looking for a place to learn and be inspired, look no further than The Illuminare Podcast.
Informative detail on the latest in behavioral health
After listening to the first episode it’s clear that Dr Molko is bringing a fresh approach to educating listeners on the vast array of current influences on behavioral health, from all aspects of the ecosystem. It’s so helpful to hear an intelligent conversation with informed guests and host who have a long distinguished history of making positive impacts within the behavioral health space. A must listen!
Dr. Molko’s Podcast - Balanced, Informative and Understandable - a MUST listen!
I’ve listened to Dr. Ronit Molko’s Illuminare podcast introduction and first episode, and can say that after nearly 40 years in health care, including many in the behavioral health sector, I can honestly say this is “MUST LISTEN” information! First of all, unlike so many podcast hosts, Dr. Molko does not have an “angle” - other than to better understand the facts and share them with subscribers. How refreshing in this era of polarized and politicized health information! Her dialogue with her first guest, attorney Harry Nelson, is natural and makes great listening - Dr. Molko and Attorney Nelson are able to convey highly-complex information in an understandable and engaging manner. I highly-recommend this to experts and non-experts in the behavioral health field and more broadly, across health care in general!