What is something everybody wants, and if they have it they still want more (and it isn’t money)?
Dick’s guest, psychotherapist and author of the award-winning book “Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking and Change Your Life” Dr. Michael Edelstein, shares his three minute therapy techniques to manage and overcome panic attacks.
Bonus content: Dr. Edelstein also discusses his three minute therapy techniques for achieving happiness, overcoming social anxiety and dealing with depression.
How has the role of primary care physicians (PCP) changed over the last 30 years? Has it changed for better or for worse? What should patients know to get the most out of their primary care physician?
Dick’s guest, Dr. Randall Haas, is a primary care physician with over 31 years of experience in Madison, Wisconsin.
The daily racial slights, remarks and insulting behavior that “nice people” inflict on African Americans, usually without even knowing it.
Dick’s guests are Everett Mitchell, Director of Community Relations at UW-Madison and Senior Pastor at Christ the Solid Rock Baptist Church, Annette Miller, Emerging Markets Community Development Manager at Madison Gas & Electric and past President of the Urban League of Greater Madison and Wes Sparkman, Contract Compliance Office for Dane County and a Commissioner on the Madison Police and Fire Commission.
What may the guilt-free criminal, the extreme narcissist and the functioning paranoid have in common?
Dick’s guests, Dr. Jim McGloin and social worker Lesa Fischer, both of whom have 50 years of combined experience treating personality disorders, provide an outline to understanding this category of mental illness.
BPD is one of the toughest personality disorders to treat. What are the characteristics and treatments for BPD?
Dick’s guest is clinical psychologist Dr. James McGloin, who has over 30 years of experience treating personality disorders.
What are some of the dark sides of fraternity life?
Dick’s guest, lawyer David K. Eastlick, was the executive director for an international fraternity for 29 years. He now testifies as an expert in fraternity law and also advocates to end hazing rituals.