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Talking Brains Episode: ADHD Can Shorten Your Lifespan with Ari Tuckman PsyD, CST

By |2020-02-05T16:00:06-05:00February 5th, 2020|Categories: ADHD, Mental Health, Psychology, Talking Brains|Tags: , , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: A conversation about the lifespan and ADHD with Ari Tuckman PsyD, CST. Did you know that ADHD can shorten your life span by several years? Join me as I talk with colleague and fellow ADHD expert, Ari Tuckman PsyD, CST about Russell Barkley PhD's research on ADHD and life span. Learn what [...]

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“Discover 8 Journaling Techniques for Better Mental Health” on Psychology Today

By |2020-01-24T16:08:14-05:00January 24th, 2020|Categories: Mental Health, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , |

Different styles of journaling can help improve your mental health. Ever wondered how you should journal? Learn eight ways that you can use journaling to reduce stress, increase self-reflection, and create a better sense of wellbeing. One of the great things about journaling is there is no "wrong" way to do it. You can even have fun journaling. Journaling is [...]

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“How to Start Journaling for Better Mental Health” on Psychology Today

By |2020-01-24T16:07:40-05:00January 21st, 2020|Categories: Mental Health, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , |

Journaling can be therapeutic for your mind and body. You may have been "assigned" journaling as part of therapy, or thought about journaling on your own. But where do you start? Start with the basics. First, journaling is just a way to record your thoughts and feelings. Second, deciding to journal is a great way to [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: Navigating Friendships in Adulthood with Irene Kerzhnerman PhD

By |2020-01-21T19:47:18-05:00January 21st, 2020|Categories: Psychology, Relationships, Talking Brains|Tags: , , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: A conversation about the complexities of friendships as an adult with Irene Kerzhnerman PhD Making and keeping friends gets simultaneously harder and easier in adulthood. Learn how to determine if your friendships are healthy, how to set boundaries, and how you can have equal give and take in your friendships. Irene Kerzhnerman [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: Science Fiction and the Writing Process with Rick Moskovitz

By |2019-12-30T17:40:08-05:00December 30th, 2019|Categories: Psychology, Talking Brains|Tags: , , , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: a conversation about science fiction and writing with Rick Moskovitz. Welcome to the third season of Talking Brains. This episode's guest, Rick Moskovitz, appeared in season 1 where we discussed memory and trauma. Rick is back to talk about his new science fiction trilogy and his fiction writing process as a psychiatrist [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: The Art of Productive Disagreement with Buster Benson

By |2019-12-11T19:05:37-05:00December 11th, 2019|Categories: Conflict, Psychology, Relationships, Talking Brains|Tags: , |

Talking Brains Podcast: a conversation about productive disagreement with Buster Benson. Learn why our communication styles get in the way of reaching a common goal, and discover how you can have more productive conversations. Buster Benson is an entrepreneur and a former product leader at Amazon, Twitter, Slack, and Patreon. He’s now CEO of 750words.com and [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: Achieving Work-Life Balance with Russell Clayton PhD

By |2019-11-22T21:43:03-05:00November 22nd, 2019|Categories: Career, Psychology, Talking Brains, Work|Tags: , , , , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: a conversation about work-life balance with Dr. Russell Clayton. Balancing work and your personal life can be a challenge. Join me as I speak with Russell Clayton PhD from the Muma College of Business at the University of South Florida. Dr. Clayton is the author of Balancing Life: Seven Strategies That Can Help [...]

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“Six Ways to Psychologically Thrive as a Digital Nomad” on Psychology Today

By |2019-10-29T14:39:20-04:00October 29th, 2019|Categories: Career, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , |

You are untethered to a location. Have internet, can travel. Being able to traverse the world without needing to be in a permanent spot can be freeing — and also a little discombobulating. Here are six ways to stay psychologically healthy while you are on the road. You Can Feel Exhilarated and Homesick at the Same [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: You’re Really Not That Smart: The Dunning-Kruger Effect

By |2019-10-14T19:08:14-04:00October 14th, 2019|Categories: Psychology, Talking Brains|Tags: , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: a conversation about the Dunning-Kruger Effect What's the opposite of imposter syndrome? When someone thinks they know more than they actually do. It's a cognitive bias called the Dunning-Kruger Effect, and you'll learn how to combat it. Also, my story of an unnamed giant in the mental health field who told me [...]

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“How The Dunning-Kruger Effect Deludes Us” on Psychology Today

By |2019-10-09T06:51:59-04:00October 9th, 2019|Categories: Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , |

When I posted a podcast episode on imposter syndrome on social media, a follower brought up a good question. What's the name for the opposite behavior of imposter syndrome—when someone thinks they know more than they actually do? There is really a name for it. It's called the Dunning-Kruger Effect. The Dunning-Kruger Effect is a cognitive [...]

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