The Pocket Psychiatrist: A Carlat Podcast
How to Sleep
Sleep medications are helpful, but they are not a long term solution, and they usually don’t work all the way. In this podcast we’ll teach you how fix insomnia by harnessing the biological forces that drive sleep. The therapy is called CBT-insomnia, and there are more resources at: Apps: CBT-i Coach. Books: Depression and Bipolar […]
The Antidepressant Calendar: How to “Just Do It”
How do you get things done when you have no motivation? The Antidepressant Calendar is a useful tool for this common dilemma of depression. Find more ideas for your calendar at here: https://psycheducation.org/blog/150-things-to-try-when-youre-depressed/
Rebuilding Life after Bipolar
Brett Stevens has lived through the worst of bipolar and come out standing. Here’s what he did to get his life back. This is the first edition of The Pocket Psychiatrist, a monthly series you can share with your patients through a separate podcast stream Welcome to the Carlat Psychiatry Podcast, keeping psychiatry honest since […]
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I enjoy the quick synopsis of the issues as well as a the brief guide how to overcome them. These neighborhoods information in these pocket podcasts are abridged yet pointed. As someone suffering with mental health challenges, I appreciate the quick “tune-up” and through provoking content that Kellie and Dr. Aiken provide.
Innovative which is very needed
The most powerful part of this program so far is that it involves personal testimony from people who have the illness. This is what many many have needed for a long time. It connects with the human element to mental illness that exists outside of our textbook understanding. I hope it continues to have this vital variable for future episodes.
Great first episode!
Really enjoyed the first episode and found it very informative.