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Find Freedom Fast: Short-Term Therapy That Works with Dr. Robert T. London

Find Freedom Fast: Short-Term Therapy That Works with Dr. Robert T. London

June 18, 2019

 

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Dr. Robert T. London is a well-known psychiatrist, educator, writer and a practitioner for 40 years joins eHealth Radio and the Mental Health and Health News Channels. Dr. London is the founder and former head of the short-term psychotherapy unit at NYU Langone Medical Center, and a pioneer in consumer health care radio and TV programming. His new book is called: Find Freedom Fast: Short-Term Therapy That Works.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Robert T. London discuss the following:

  1. Why did you write this book?
  2. What is Short Term Therapy and who does it work for?
  3. How long is short term therapy supposed to last?
  4. What makes short term therapy different for other therapies?
  5. You talk about CBT - cognitive behavior therapy, what is it?
  6. How can a person be a good consumer of mental health care?

Dr. Robert T. London is a well-known psychiatrist, educator, and writer. A practitioner for 40 years, he is founder and former head of the short-term psychotherapy unit at NYU Langone Medical Center, and a pioneer in consumer health care radio and TV programming. His articles and columns appear in his own newspaper columns, as well as in leading medical journals and popular magazines, and he is a frequent source to national TV, radio, and print outlets. His new book is Find Freedom Fast: Short-Term Therapy That Works.

 

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Website: findfreedomfast.com

Shortcuts to Happiness from a Pioneer of Positive Psychology

Shortcuts to Happiness from a Pioneer of Positive Psychology

April 13, 2019

 

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Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar, PhD, taught the largest course at Harvard, Positive Psychology, and the third-largest, The Psychology of Leadership, attracting 1,400 students per semester—approximately 20 percent of all Harvard undergraduates. His latest book is: Short Cuts to Happiness: Life-Changing Lessons from My Barber and joins eHealth Radio and the Psychology and Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar discuss the following:

  1. Tell us more about your friend and barber, Avi, the inspiration behind the book.
  2. You explain that shortcuts to happiness are right in front of us, but we often miss or neglect them. Why is that?
  3. What are a few simple ways to boost our mood and quality of life?
  4. You emphasize that relationships are the No. 1 predictor of happiness. What does research tell us about this?
  5. In the book, you explore how happiness intertwines with our business lives. Could you expand on that?

Tal Ben-Shahar, PhD, taught the largest course at Harvard, Positive Psychology, and the third-largest, The Psychology of Leadership, attracting 1,400 students per semester—approximately 20 percent of all Harvard undergraduates. For the last fifteen years, he has taught leadership, happiness, and mindfulness to audiences around the world. He is the co-founder of the Happiness Studies Academy and author of six books, including the international bestsellers Happier and Being Happy, which have been translated into more than twenty-five languages.

 

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Website: talbenshahar.com 

Why Forgiveness is the Best Christmas Gift You Can Give Yourself

Why Forgiveness is the Best Christmas Gift You Can Give Yourself

December 23, 2018

 

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Barbara J. Hunt, the best-selling author of Forgiveness Made Easy: The revolutionary guide to moving on from your past and truly letting go joins eHealth Radio and the Emotional Health & General Health Channels.

Barbara is a forgiveness specialist, working internationally with clients 1-2-1 as well as a therapist at Vital Detox Retreats - the UK's leading physical and emotional detox retreat.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Barbara J. Hunt discuss the following:

  1. Why is forgiveness so good for our over-all health?
  2. Why do we find it so hard to forgive?
  3. What are the five biggest obstacles to forgiveness?
  4. How might forgiveness transform your listeners' experience of the holiday season?
  5. Why do you call forgiveness a latent "superpower"? What's the potential that you see?

Tip: Make forgiveness part of your weekly mental health / spiritual health practices - start by writing down a list of everyone and everything you need to forgive and then do your work!


Barbara J. Hunt is an author, facilitator, coach, and forgiveness specialist. She has many years' experience in transformational change and leadership training. Her private practice serves individuals and groups nationally and internationally, both on-line and in person. She is also one of the core team of therapists at Vital Detox, a deliberately developmental organisation and the UK's leading health retreat specialising in emotional and physical well-being.

Barbara is also a co-founder of Leading Beyond Ego - an evolutionary leadership programme offered on-line and in person. She is passionate about discovering and delivering the most effective tools and practices for conscious living, working and relating and is an advocate for global peace.

Barbara is also a singer, songwriter and musician, who has released several CD albums and single tracks and has gigged throughout the UK. She currently lives in the south west of England, UK.

 

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Websites:
www.forgivenessmadeeasy.co.uk 
www.evolutionarycoaching.co.uk 
www.leadingbeyondego.com 
www.vitaldetox.com

 

Social Media Links:
Twitter: @barbaraisha
Facebook: facebook.com/forgivenessmadeeasy


The beliefs, views, thoughts & opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the beliefs, views & opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.

After the Heartbreak: Tools to Heal From Life-Altering Loss

After the Heartbreak: Tools to Heal From Life-Altering Loss

December 15, 2018

 

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Dr. Sherry Cormier, PhD, a psychologist, consultant and public speaker & formerly on the faculty at the University of Tennessee and West Virginia University joins eHealth Radio and the Emotional Health Channel. Her new book is called: Sweet Sorrow: Finding Enduring Wholeness After Loss and Grief.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Sherry Cormier discuss the following:

  1. In your own life, you endured a whole series of profound losses in rapid succession. Can you talk about how you survived and moved forward?
  2. There’s an interesting spiritual dimension to this book. How can considering the spirit and the afterlife help us process and understand loss?
  3. In terms of your own experience, how did what you went through inform your approach to bereavement counseling?
  4. You mention something called cancer’s “dirty little secret.” Why is cancer such a harrowing and difficult disease for caregivers to witness?
  5. What are the most important steps people, who have just lost a loved one to a long illness should take?

Sherry Cormier, PhD is a psychologist, consultant and public speaker. Formerly on the faculty at the University of Tennessee and West Virginia University, she is the author of Counseling Strategies and Interventions for Professional Helpers (Pearson Education, 9th edition) and coauthor of Interviewing and Change Strategies for Helpers (Cengage Learning, 8th edition). She has co-written and co-produced more than 50 training videos for Cengage Learning. Her new book is Sweet Sorrow: Finding Enduring Wholeness After Loss and Grief (Rowman & Littlefield).

 

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Website: www.sherrycormierauthor.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://facebook.com/sweetsorrowbook
Twitter: @sweetsorrowbook


The views, ideas, thoughts and opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.

Mastering Affluence: 6 Lessons to Create a Life You Love

Mastering Affluence: 6 Lessons to Create a Life You Love

November 26, 2018

 

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Carol Tuttle who is a teacher, speaker, healer, online influencer and pioneer in the field of personal development joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel. She’s the best-selling author of 5 books with her newest, Mastering Affluence: 6 Lessons to Create a Life You Love.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Carol Tuttle discuss the following:

  1. Share with us if you would key advice to implement positive thinking and emotional healing, and the details about themselves people often overlook when addressing their own problems.
  2. What is one thing people forget when starting to make a positive change in their life?
  3. Touch on energy profiling and healing, and how you can determine your profile and use it to gain clarity and insight.
  4. What are 6 different kinds of affluence (spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, financial, relationship) and the steps to incorporate all into your life?
  5. How can anyone finally break free from that toxic relationship?

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, energy healer, online influencer and pioneer in the field of personal development. She’s the best-selling author of 5 books: Remembering Wholeness, It’s Just My Nature, Discover Your Type of Beauty, The Child Whisperer and her newest, Mastering Affluence.

Carol started teaching others as a secondary education teacher. She then went online to build a 4-million-dollar company, Live Your Truth LLC, with customers and fans in 120+ countries. She is sought after to teach about healing, fashion and body image through her life-changing online programs, including The Carol Tuttle Healing Center, a comprehensive online library of healing sessions with life-altering results for over 1,000 clients. In the last few years, she went on a personal speaking tour and was met with sold-out audiences across the United States. Carol supports millions worldwide in creating more intentional lives and fulfilling relationships and is a regular contributor to top business, health and wellness sites including Entrepreneur, Business.com, Elite Daily, Bustle, Woman’s Day, Thrive Global, Healthy Living, My Domaine, She Knows, Working Mother and Psychology Today.

For more information, please visit https://ct.liveyourtruth.com and connect with her on Facebook @caroltuttle, Instagram @caroltuttle and on Pinterest @dressyourtruth.

 

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Website: www.CarolTuttle.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://facebook.com/caroltuttle
Instagram: https://instagram.com/caroltuttle


The views, ideas, thoughts and opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.

What to Expect with Psychotherapy

What to Expect with Psychotherapy

September 12, 2018

 

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David Collins, from the Toronto-based, Psychotherapy Referral Service that helps over 200 people every year connect with individuals as well as family and couple therapists to help them deal with their emotional and mental health issues joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Mental Health Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest David Collins discuss the following:

  1. There are people out there who may not believe that “talking about your problems to a therapist” will help them in any way. What would you say are the key benefits of therapy?
  2. For people who maybe have never experienced therapy, can you explain basically how psychotherapy works?
  3. What is PRS?
  4. How is professional therapy different from merely talking to friends and family about things that bother you?
  5. What are the indicators that a person should seek therapy?

 

David Collins is a Registered Psychotherapist that specializes in Emotional Disturbance, Childhood Abuse, Self-Harm, and Gender Issues. He strives to establish a strong rapport so that there hopefully will be nothing too shameful, sorrowful or unnatural, that it cannot be discussed. David believes that unlike our everyday lives, the therapeutic relationship is a unique bubble where we hopefully can feel free of the impingements of society for an hour every week to feel, consider and discuss whatever is our inner truth at the time. If in here we can get beyond the everyday self-censoring, we can engage in a real discussion of issues that may be controlling our lives, but from the shadows beyond our conscious attention.

 

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Website: www.prstoronto.com

Who Could Forget with Frank Healy

Who Could Forget with Frank Healy

June 4, 2018

 

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Frank Healy, who remembers every day of his life since he was six years old and is now 58 joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel. Frank remembers the day of the week, the weather, news, and personal events. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and life coach. He has written several books on healing your memories and today is the launch of his memoir “Who Could Forget”.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Frank Healy discuss the following:

  1. When did you realize you had an extraordinary memory?
  2. What are the good and bad points of remembering everything?
  3. How did having this memory affect your career choices?
  4. What are the ways you help people with this?
  5. How does it affect your life now?

 

Frank Healy is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Life Coach. He is one of about 80 people who has been classified as having Hyperthymesia by the University of California. Frank participated in their research studies because he remembers every day of his life since he was six years old. He is now in his 50’s.

His memory of each day includes the day of the week, the weather in his locale, news events and personal experiences. Recalling so much in his life had its advantages and disadvantages. The advantages include recall of every happy experience he had with friends, family, school and his wife. The corollary of that is that he remembers all the negative things. Bad days at work and school, slights from people, romantic breakups etc. 

Before he began his own journey, he would recall bad memories with the same emotional intensity as if he was experiencing it now. He had learned to let go of the feelings. He now counsels and coaches people to heal from the ill effects of their own traumatic and unpleasant memories. This can help people be happier and move on to a successful present and future.

Frank lives with his wife in Dennisville, New Jersey. He is in private practice at Associates for Life Enhancement in Northfield, New Jersey. Frank enjoys going to the beach, reading, writing, playing quizzo with friends (It's a trivia game) and playing ball with his grandsons.

 

Website: www.phenomenalmemory.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Memoryhealing
Twitter: https://twitter.com/healysheal1

Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies That Work

Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies That Work

April 14, 2018

 

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Dr. Bernard Golden, Founder of Anger Management Education and a practicing psychologist for over forty years joins eHealth Radio and the Emotional Health and Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Bernard Golden discuss the following:

  1. What is anger what purpose does it serve?
  2. What do you mean by healthy anger?
  3. Give examples of what we could do when anger arises?
  4. Why do think we hold onto anger?
  5. Explain the role of the “old brain” and “new brain” in regulating emotions like anger.

 

Dr. Bernard Golden, the Founder of Anger Management Education in Chicago, has been a practicing psychologist for almost forty years. He is the author of Overcoming Destructive Anger: Strategies That Work and Healthy Anger: How to help children and teens manage their anger.

 

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Website: www.angermanagementeducation.com

TMS Neuro Institute: Los Angeles Non-Drug, Depression Treatment

TMS Neuro Institute: Los Angeles Non-Drug, Depression Treatment

January 20, 2018

 

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Dr. Gennady Musher, MD, PHD, and Faculty Member at UCLA, who has just opened the new TMS Neuro Institute in Los Angeles joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Mental Health Channels. Dr. Musher has 25 years of experience in psychopharmacology treatment of multiple psychiatric disorders.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Gennady Musher discuss the following:

  1. What is TMS  Therapy and who are the best candidates?
  2. What are the benefits of this type of therapy versus, or alongside, traditional treatment or medication?
  3. What are the most common misconceptions about the treatment of TMS and what are the benefits and  how common are relapses?
  4. What prompted you to open a new TMS therapy center in Los Angeles?
  5. You are considered a pioneer in this type of treatment. What is the future of TMS therapy looking like?

 

Dr. Gennady Musher MD, PhD is the Founder of TMS Neuro Institute. Dr. Musher is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology. He began his psychiatry career nearly 30 years ago. He completed his PhD in psychiatry in 1988 and he served his residency at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Musher has 25 years of experience in psychopharmacology treatment of multiple psychiatric disorders. He is also an expert in the treatment of resistant depression with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) with seven years of experience and specific training in neuromodulation techniques.

He has been in private practice since 1998 and has experience in the evaluation and treatment of major psychiatric conditions including, but not limited to: major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, mood disorders and forensic evaluations. Dr. Musher is also a faculty member at UCLA.

 

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Website: www.tmsneuroinstitute.com

Social Media Links:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TMSNeuroInst
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TMSNeuroInstitute
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tmsneuroinst

Understanding your process, from concept to inception

Understanding your process, from concept to inception

November 6, 2017

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Dr. Nikki Martinez, Psychologist and Clinical Director again joins eHealth Radio and the Relationship & Psychology Channels to discuss understanding your process, from concept to inception.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Nikki Martinez discuss the following:

  • No matter what we do for a living, we all have a process. Why is it so essential to understand our own?
  • If we are struggling to understand our process, what can we do?
  • Why does having the best personal process in place make such a difference for us?
  • Why do some people struggle with taking something from an idea, to a finished product?
  • Are there actual issues and disorders that make this process more difficult?

Dr. Nikki Martinez received her Masters and her Doctorate from Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and completed her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship at Gateway Foundation in Lake Villa, Illinois.

She is the Head of Clinical Development for www.DrNikkiMartinez.com, where she can be reached if you are interested in individual or couples work with her. She is an Adjunct Professor in psychology graduate studies, is a  telemental health psychologist, a disability consultant, and a blogger for the Huffington Post and Everyday Power Blog.

 

Website: www.DrNikkiMartinez.com
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nikki-martinez-35b36231
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrNikkiMartinez
Twitter: @DrNikkiMartinez
Instagram: @nikkimaramartinez