27 episodes

Work is SO stressful sometimes! How can we get control of it? Join Clinical Psychologist and stress expert Dr. Jonathan Horowitz as he delves into stress management with business leaders, scientists, experts, and other innovators who are trying to improve the way we work.

Succeed Under Stress Dr. Jonathan Horowitz | sfstress.com

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 12 Ratings

Work is SO stressful sometimes! How can we get control of it? Join Clinical Psychologist and stress expert Dr. Jonathan Horowitz as he delves into stress management with business leaders, scientists, experts, and other innovators who are trying to improve the way we work.

    Bringing your Ideas to Life with A.J. Harbinger and John Dzubak

    Bringing your Ideas to Life with A.J. Harbinger and John Dzubak

    Dr. Jonathan Horowitz talks with A.J. Harbinger and John Dzubak, hosts of the Art of Charm podcast about building their coaching business and podcast. They talk about overcoming perfectionism, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome. 

    • 1 hr
    Owen Muir | The Effects of an Outdated Healthcare System

    Owen Muir | The Effects of an Outdated Healthcare System

    Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:  Owen talks about creativity and the importance of collaboration
    He dives into his experience as a psychiatrist and how psychiatry with his patients work
    He speaks to the lack of work life balance, especially for those working in the mental health field
    Jonathan and Owen get into how our outdated healthcare system affects both healthcare workers and clients
    Owen talks about Sphere Health, a third party health benefit plan for people of all walks of life.
    They talk about what SHOULD change in the modern day healthcare system and what CAN work.
    Owen is passionate about Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS) and speaks to the benefits and how it works

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Peter Shallard | The Social Dimension of Personal Productivity

    Peter Shallard | The Social Dimension of Personal Productivity

    Peter Shallard, also known as “The Shrink for Entrepreneurs,” is the Founder and CEO of Commit Action, a company that provides productivity and accountability coaching for professionals across the globe. Commit Action has been featured in many esteemed publications and media outlets, including Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur, Mixergy, and more.
    Peter is also a Venture Partner at Human Ventures Co, a business creation platform that utilizes a powerful network of founders, investors, and corporate partners to build and invest in purpose-driven businesses.
    In this episode… Do you ever feel isolated or lonely while growing your business? Do you struggle to push through distraction, exhaustion, and boredom every day in order to reach your goals as an entrepreneur? If so, Peter Shallard has a simple—yet incredibly effective—solution for you: accountability. 
    Many entrepreneurs experience a great deal of isolation, especially when their company is still in the startup stage. However, building a business on your own often leads to reduced productivity and increased burnout. As psychology and productivity expert Peter Shallard says, social interaction offers the connection and support humans need to thrive—both personally and professionally. That’s why he created Commit Action: to help entrepreneurs create meaningful relationships that produce abundant accountability and focus. So, how can you utilize Peter’s insights and strategies to boost your productivity today?
    In this episode of Succeed Under Stress, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz sits down with Peter Shallard, the Founder and CEO of Commit Action, to discuss how accountability and social interaction impact productivity for entrepreneurs. Listen in as Peter talks about his journey from counseling to coaching, why entrepreneurs struggle with productivity, and how Commit Action uses accountability to help clients reach their goals every single day. Stay tuned!

    • 55 min
    Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton | Sex, Stress, and COVID

    Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton | Sex, Stress, and COVID

    Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada. In her professional research, Dr. Hamilton explores the intersection of behavioral neuroscience, social psychology, and clinical psychology with a focus on human sexuality and stress. She is interested in the relationship between stress and sex, monogamy and non-monogamy, and sex education.
    In addition to her academic roles, Dr. Hamilton has served as the Executive Director of the Canadian Sex Research Forum since 2015. She is also the host of the Do We Know Things? podcast and the Founder of Sex Ed East, where she provides sex education for adults.
    In this episode… It’s no secret that stress has an impact on sex, and this has never been more apparent than in the midst of a global pandemic. So, what does the stress of COVID-19 mean for your sex life—and how can you identify and remedy any sex-related challenges in the new year?
    COVID-19 has unquestionably changed our perception of “normal” day-to-day life. From early morning office visits to romantic first dates, few things have escaped COVID-19’s reach—including sex. Thankfully, Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton is an expert on human sexuality and stress, and today she’s here to help you foster a healthy, exciting sex life in the aftermath of 2020.
    In this episode of Succeed Under Stress, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz sits down with Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton, Associate Professor of Psychology at Mount Allison University, to discuss the intersection of sex, stress, and COVID-19. Listen in as Dr. Hamilton talks about recent trends in global sexual activity, offers strategies for spicing up your sex life right now, and reveals little-known truths about masturbation, porn, sex addiction, and more. Stay tuned!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Dr. Marie Murphy | Finding Freedom from Stress in Infidelity and Romantic Relationships

    Dr. Marie Murphy | Finding Freedom from Stress in Infidelity and Romantic Relationships

    Dr. Marie Murphy is a Relationship Coach who specializes in helping people who are having affairs assess their situation and develop a path forward—without shame. Dr. Murphy holds a Ph.D. in Sociology with an emphasis on Sexuality from the University of California, San Diego. She also hosts the podcast, Your Secret is Safe With Me, where she talks about infidelity and other challenging relationship situations from a non-judgmental perspective.
    In addition to this, Dr. Murphy is also a proud dog mom, a lover of great food and fiction, and a dedicated Yoga Instructor at Breathe Salt Yoga in San Francisco, CA.
    In this episode… Do you have an undisclosed habit or relationship that keeps you awake at night? Whether you’re experiencing infidelity, substance abuse, or simply want to fight sex-related stigmas, this episode of Succeed Under Stress is for you.
    Well-kept secrets can produce long-term stress—especially when it comes to infidelity. Dr. Marie Murphy, a Relationship Coach specializing in the sociology of sexuality, adamantly believes that we have the power to create our own belief systems and erase social stigmas. That’s why she provides individualized coaching for people who are having affairs: to help them find freedom from stress, shame, and societal pressure. 
    In this episode of the Succeed Under Stress podcast, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz sits down with Dr. Marie Murphy, a Relationship Coach with more than 20 years of experience, to discuss how sex-related stress impacts our relationships. Listen in as Dr. Murphy shares her experience helping clients through infedelity, how companies can break harmful stigmas about sex, and why embracing discomfort may be your one-way ticket to a meaningful life. Stay tuned!

    • 46 min
    Emily Santanelli | Elevating Mental Health and Wellness in Employee Benefits

    Emily Santanelli | Elevating Mental Health and Wellness in Employee Benefits

    Emily Santanelli has over a decade of experience in the wellness industry and is currently the Employee Benefits Consultant at USI Insurance Services. Emily and her team analyze client business issues and challenges with USI ONE™, a proprietary platform that integrates analytics, resources, and strategic planning to deliver impactful solutions.
    In addition to this, Emily is also the VP of Professional Development and a Volunteer Board Member at Sacramento Area Human Resource Association. This organization provides development opportunities for human resources professionals in Sacramento and Northern California.
    In this episode… Does your company offer its employees easy access to high-quality resources for mental health and wellness? Or, do you provide little to no support for employees’ mental health needs?
    A great deal of companies fall into the latter category. Unfortunately, failing to provide sufficient mental health resources and programs for employers and employees alike can have serious consequences for a company’s culture, profits, and far-reaching impact. So, how can your company start prioritizing mental health and wellness in the workplace, even on a tight budget?
    In this episode of Succeed Under Stress, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz sits down with Emily Santanelli, the Employee Benefits Consultant at USI Insurance Services, to discuss how to enhance mental health and wellness solutions within the workplace. Listen in as Emily talks about how large companies determine employee benefits, the relationship between mental health and professional productivity, and the importance of developing a healthy workplace culture. Stay tuned!

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Schottenheimer ,

Amazingly informative

Great guests and lots to learn every episode. Very modern approach to therapy in today’s landscape and love everyone’s outlook on the world of psychology!

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Great stuff! Really helpful!

There's some wonderful, useful and practical skills found in these episodes! Highly recommend!

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