Dick’s guest, clinical psychologist who has specialized in personality disorders for over 40 years, Dr. James McGloin, discusses his thoughts and opinions on the behavior of Donald Trump post election.
How can you manage the pain of grief and how can you move through these traumas and losses with growth and understanding?
Dick’s guest Edy Nathan, psychologist and grief recovery expert, is the author of Grief: The Dance of Self-Discovery Through Trauma and Loss.
The number of suicides in America is growing dramatically and at the epicenter are the 24/7 suicide hotlines. How are those crisis calls handled? What can we learn to better help those around us who are in crisis?
Dick’s guest is Hannah Flanagan, Director of Emergency Services at Journey Mental Health Center in Dane County, Wisconsin.
Men are privileged but have their own psychological struggles. They live 5 years less than women and suicide 3 times more. What’s going on and how can men improve their mental health?
Dick’s guest, Elaine Rosenberg is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who focuses on men’s issues in her private practice.
The life expectancy for Americans has gone down due to deaths from drug use and overdoses, killing more people than suicide or accidents. What are the recent changes in drug use and treatment?
Dick’s guest is Dr. Michael Miller, a psychiatrist and past President and Board Chair of the American Society of Addiction Medicine as well as a current clinical instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Addiction Fellowship Program.
More than 20 million Americans are addicted to drugs or alcohol. Yet less than 10% believe they need treatment. How can the other 90% be convinced they need help?
Dick’s guest is Steve Bruno, a recovering addict himself who became a professional interventionist and has done over 500 interventions in the last 17 years.
When is it just being well-organized and when does it become dysfunctional and needs to be treated? What are the best treatment approaches for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)? How successful are they at treating OCD?
Dick’s guest, Dr. Chad Wetterneck, is a licensed clinical psychologist at Rogers Behavioral Health and has published over 60 professional journal articles, including many on the nature and treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
1 out of 11 Americans will suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in their lifetime. Does every trauma lead to PTSD? What treatments work best at reducing PTSD symptoms?
Dick’s guest is Dr. Chad Wetterneck, a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in the treatment of anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and developed and oversees the PTSD partial hospital programs at Rogers Behavioral Health‘s West Allis, Brown Deer, Oconomowoc and Appleton locations.
It happens more often than expected. Why does it happen? How often is it actually physical vs. emotional abuse?
Dick’s guest is Amber Ault, Ph.D., MSW, a sociologist, teacher, trainer, author and psychotherapist. Her areas of clinical expertise include personality disorders, the treatment of trauma, crisis intervention, and suicide risk assessment.
Does Trump’s behavior fit the pattern of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)? When does the self-centered, self-absorbed person qualify as a clinically defined narcissistic personality? Can a narcissist be “cured”? How do you live with one? Can psychotherapy actually change a narcissist into a caring and compassionate person?
Dick’s guest, Lesa Fischer, a therapist based in Madison, Wisconsin, shares how this cohort is different than past generations and what she has learned from helping her clients deal with their loss while in their twenties.