Public radio and television veteran, Dick Goldberg, interviews experts on a wide variety of topics relating to psychology, sociology and life.
Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
Dick’s guest, Dr. Ken Robbins, adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health and past Medical Director of Psychiatry at Mendota Mental Health Institute, explains what determines an outcome of not guilty by reason of insanity and what treatment follows.
Intimacy in the Workplace
Dick’s guest, Founder and CEO of Choose People Kris Boesch, explains why closeness and intimacy between employees leads to a more successful organization and how to achieve it.
Lessons About Life
Imagine having six incurable illnesses over 25 years that could each potentially end your life. Retired Professor of Business Ethics at Edgewood College Dr. Denis Collins joins Dick to discuss what he has learned through such an existence and how we can apply that ourselves.
Profile of the Cyberbully
What are the three types of cyberbullies? Which is the most dangerous to its victims psychologically? Dick’s guest, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli is a licensed psychologist who has volunteered his time and services to help victims of cyberbullying.
Online bullying is significant in its frequency and the harm it can do to its victims. Dick’s guest, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli is licensed psychologist who has volunteered his time and services to help victims of cyberbullying.
A Healthy Relationship with Yourself
How to enrich your life by nourishing your relationship with yourself. Dick’s guest is Kim Olver, Founder and President of Coaching for Excellence and the author of several books including Choosing Me Now: Letting go of what doesn’t work to make room for what does and Secrets of Happy Couples.
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So many good insights!
I love this podcast because it is consistently opening my eyes to a new perspective or a giving me a different understanding on something that I feel like I should know more about -- but don't. I also like that Dick covers a wide variety of topics. Great stuff here!
Insights With Dick Goldberg is enjoyable to listen to, because first and foremost, Dick is a skilled interviewer. Many of his podcasts provided me some great advice, especially in regards to self-improvement. I like that he also covers topical issues, such as bullying, minimum wage and business ethics.
Directed topics; lively conversational style
--- with less than a dozen podcasts, Dick Goldberg has already covered a wide range of important, valuable topics to which we can each relate in our everyday lives. Dick Goldberg has obviously chosen each guest after much research and with an eye to the quality of each guest's work in the field of psychology. His follow up questions clarify and synthesize the conversation for the listener.
Thank you for providing your audience with an engaging verbal format -- during the Happiness podcast you had me penning quotes throughout the program! I have added your podcasts to my MP3 player for my neighborhood walks.