Clinical psychologist and expert on sexual predation, Dr. Anna Salter, joins us to explore the psychology of sexual assault from the perspective of both the victims and the perpetrators.
In this latest round of QFQ’s – available exclusive to my Patreon supporters – Dr. William Epstein, author of “The Illusion of Psychotherapy“, answers the following questions: Outside of family and career, what investment of time or money has brought you the most joy or fulfilment? What qualities do you admire about yourself? What would consider […]
Roland Griffiths, Ph.D.of Johns Hopkins University joins me to discuss the psychological and therapeutic effects of the hallucinogen psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic compound produced in psilocybin mushrooms, known colloquially as magic mushrooms.
Dr. John Cromby joins us to explore the concept of power and responsibility in mental health, why the origins of psychological distress lies outside the individual, and why acknowledging the limits of our own personal power can actually prove quite liberating.
What does it mean to be middle aged, when does middle age start and why does it matter? In today’s episode Dr. Christopher Hamilton joins me to discuss the relationship between the midlife crisis and such things as loss of identity, the search for meaning, and the fear of death.
From a starting weight of 400lbs and 65% bodyfat, in the space of 3.5 years Luis Trigo shed 245lbs, down to 155lbs. In today’s episode we examine his story through childhood obesity, social isolation and personal betrayal, to personal trainer, health coach, and Instagram fitness icon.
Author and leadership consultant Susan Pearse from Mind Gardener joins me to discuss the benefits of doing nothing, why some people find it difficult to relax, and why doing nothing is good for your health and career ambitions.