What happens when a woman strikes back and kills her abuser? What can these acts teach us about domestic abuse?
Dick’s guest is Dr. Darald Hanusa, a University of Wisconsin-Madison lecturer, practitioner, trainer and expert in domestic violence.
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.
Dick’s guest, Founder and CEO of Choose People Kris Boesch, explains why closeness and intimacy between employees leads to a more successful organization and how to achieve it.
What are the three types of cyberbullies? Which is the most dangerous to its victims psychologically?
Dick’s guest, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli is a licensed psychologist who has volunteered his time and services to help victims of cyberbullying.
Online bullying is significant in its frequency and the harm it can do to its victims.
Dick’s guest, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli is licensed psychologist who has volunteered his time and services to help victims of cyberbullying.
How can we know when people are lying or how they truly feel about us?
Dick’s guest, Dr. Dan Hill, is Founder and President of Sensory Logic and author of Famous Faces Decoded: A Guidebook for Reading Others.
Are payday loans necessarily abusive and destructive ways to get cash? What are the pros and cons of such loans?
Dick’s guest Jessica Roulette is a staff attorney at Legal Action Wisconsin.
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.