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Socially Just and Culturally Responsive Leadership Within Counseling and Counseling Psychology: A Grounded Theory Investigation
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews two of the coauthors of the TCP article, "Socially Just and Culturally Responsive Leadership Within Counseling and Counseling Psychology: A Grounded Theory Investigation". (Drs. Janine Bernard and Heather Trepal also coauthored.)
Maintaining the Relationship: Relational Schemas and Women’s Intent to Seek Couple Therapy
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Mr. Douglas Spiker, Ms. Elyssa Berney, and Dr. Joseph Hammer, coauthors of the TCP article “Maintaining the Relationship: Relational Schemas and Women’s Intent to Seek Couple Therapy”. (Ms. Katherine Jensen is also a coauthor.)
Thinking About Parents and Infants - finding a home for perinatal and infant psychiatry
Australia and New Zealand are world leaders in developing the broader health, welfare, and cultural support systems needed for broad-based mental health and wellbeing. While early intervention in adolescent and young adult groups has been the most visible area of development and debate for the last two or three decades, there is growing recognition of the importance of early experiences for development and health throughout the life span. There has been controversy on how best and how early to start looking for risk factors for later development of mental illness, but there is little resistance to the idea that reducing the stressors and improving the welfare of infants and their families is likely to improve outcomes across all areas of health and wellbeing.
SAGE - Autism Matters - Podcast 31
Article: ‘When my autism broke’: A qualitative study spotlighting autistic voices on menopause. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1362361319901184
Supplementary material page: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/suppl/10.1177/1362361319901184
CDP - Psychological Mechanisms
Join Cecilia Heyes, author of the Current Directions in Psychological Science article "Psychological Mechanisms Forged by Cultural Evolution," for a discussion with the editor.
CDP - Holistic Face Processing
Join Isabel Gauthier, author of the Current Directions in Psychological Science article "What We Could Learn About Holistic Face Processing Only From Nonface Objects," for a discussion with the editor.
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I generally enjoy this podcast because it introduces new research in an approachable way. However, I find the host of relationship matters sexist and immature. In the podcast titled "Pillow Talk," he interrupted the author to interject whether oxytocin makes people cuddle. He and his cohost also could not move on from buzz words like "testosterone" and "orgasm." And at the conclusion of the podcast when the author invited further questions, he seemed disengaged and then belittled her by closing with "bye-bye." Pretty sure she's a grown woman and an academic scholar, not a baby. Don't infantalize women. I highly doubt this would have occurred with a male author.