For anyone who struggles with depression, these weekly podcasts contain interesting and informative interviews with leading experts and authors about this critical topic.
Podcast Interview With Mary Cregan, Author of “The Scar: A Personal History of Depression and Recovery”
Dan: I’m Dan Lukasik. Today’s guest is Mary Cregan, author of the book The Scar: A Personal History of Depression … Read More →
The Creativity Cure for Depression: An Interview with Dr. Carrie Barron
Today’s guest is Dr. Carrie Barron, a board-certified psychiatrist/psychoanalyst on the clinical faculty of the Columbia College of Physicians and … Read More →
The Neuroscience of Depression: An Interview with Dr. Alex Korb
The following is an edited transcript of the podcast recorded interview with Dr. Alex Korb. This transcript has not been … Read More →
Interview with Dr. John Greden, Director of the U. of Michigan Depression Center
Today’s podcast interview is with Dr. John Greden, Professor of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences in the Department of Psychiatry, Founder … Read More →
The Ups and Downs of a Bipolar Life: An Interview with Tom Roberts
Hi, I’m Dan Lukasik from LawyersWithDepression.com. Today’s guest is Tom Roberts. Tom is a mental health speaker and writer living … Read More →
The Ten Best-Ever Depression Management Techniques: An Interview with Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg
I’m Dan Lukasik from Lawyerswithdepression.com. Today’s guest is Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg. Dr. Wehrenberg is a clinical psychologist in Naperville, Illinois. … Read More →
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Interview with Dr. Reynods has lots of good info
It was great to learn about Dr. Charles Reynolds' book and research work. He described well the signs of clinical depression and anxiety and how the two often go hand in hand. I found it interesting (and sobering) to hear some of the triggers for depression in older people, including things they can't control such as macular degeneration. Thanks for having Dr. Reynolds list contact info for getting more help at the end of the podcast.
Enormously valuable resource
Dan is well-known in the legal community for his courage in coming out as a lawyer (an accomplished senior litigator) who also lives with depression. I've followed his blog for a long time and I'm really glad he's started this podcast. It's off to a great start and I'll be listening. His commitment to dealing with the issue of widespread depression among lawyers has meant a great deal to me and many others and his honesty and desire to help are palpable in everything he does.
Informative, helpful and a great resource. Thank you Dan!