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A podcast for mental health professionals and mental health enthusiasts.

Dr. David Puder talks about psychiatry—best therapy practices, medicine, history, the newest research, and how the brain works.  

Link to show on: iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Overcast, PlayerFM, PodBean, TuneIn, Podtail, Blubrry, Podfanatic

Psychiatry Topics:

The Basics of the Psychiatric Interview Part 1

How Psychiatric Medications Work with Dr. Cummings

Schizophrenia with Dr. Cummings: Controversies, Brain Science, Crime, History, Exercise, Successful Treatment

The History and Use of Antipsychotics

The History, Mechanism and Use of Antidepressants

The History and Nuances of Bipolar Illness

Postpartum Depression with Dr. Pereau

Hormonal Contraceptives & Mental Health

Psychopathy with Michael A. Cummings M.D.

Mind-Body Integration:

Dealing with Emotional Detachment

Sensorium: Total Brain Function Optimization Part 1

Diet on Cognitive Function, Brain Optimization, Sensorium Part 2

Exercise as a Prescription for Depression, Anxiety, Chronic Stress (like Diabetes) and Sensorium Part 3

Sensorium: Medications, Drugs (THC, Alcohol), Medical Issues, Sleep, and Free Will

Emotional Shutdown—Understanding Polyvagal Theory

Prescribing Strength Training for Depression

Performance Enhancement with Dr. MaryEllen Eller

Psychotherapy Topics:

A Journey Learning Psychotherapy, with Randy Stinnett, Psy.D

Cognitive Distortions and Practicing Truth

Microexpressions to Make Microconnections Part 1

Microexpressions: Fear, Surprise, Disgust, Empathy, and Creating Connection Part 2

Using Microexpressions in Psychotherapy Part 3

Emotional Shutdown—Understanding Polyvagal Theory

How to Treat Emotional Trauma Part 1

Inpatient Child and Adolescent Suicidality, “Culture of death”, “13 Reasons Why” with Dr. Britt

Setting Boundaries in Relationships

The Psychology of Procrastination

Mental Health Professionals Reducing Stigma to get Treatment:

Physicians Receiving Treatment, with Dr. Trenkle

Postpartum Depression with Dr. Pereau