What the abused need to understand and know for self protection and survival during this crisis.
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.
Can white therapists competently counsel people of color? What steps do they have to take? What lessons do they need to learn? How can we all apply these lessons?
Dick’s guests are Tanya Lettmen-Shue, Chief Clinical Officer and Hannah Flanagan, Clinical Director of Emergency Services and Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee for Journey Mental Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
Lawyers and doctors, despite their high income and status, have higher rates of addiction than the general population.
Dick’s guest, Dr. Michael Miller is a psychiatrist and specialist in addiction medicine.
The overuse of pornography on the internet is wreaking havoc in some people’s lives and their marriages. Why do some people fall victim to porn addiction? What are the patterns of use and abuse? What can be done?
Dick’s guest is Joshua Shea, a recovering porn and alcohol addict as well as an author, speaker and life coach.
Some people’s sexual identity does not fit heterosexual, gay, bisexual or transgender categories. What lies beyond that?
Dick’s guest is Sam Troemel, a therapist at UW-Madison Mental Health Services specializing in the issues facing LGBT and beyond individuals.
Dick’s guest Dr. Timothy Harrington, author of two books on healthcare in the United States, offers his take and solutions on repairing our broken healthcare system.
What is the psychological profile of a mass killer? Why the rise in mass killings? What can be done to reduce these tragic events?
Dick’s guest, psychologist Larry Larabee offers his perspective on these questions.
Is the quality of learning better in class or online? Who is best suited for online learning? Is it radically cheaper to get a degree this way?
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.
A transgendered woman shares thoughts on training police departments and other organizations about transgender sensitivity as well as her life before and after her personal transition.
Dick’s guest, Ginger Baier, is a Transgender Health Advocate at the OutReach LGBT Community Center in Madison, Wisconsin.