I recently had the pleasure to connect with Jackie MacDougall of the Forty Thrive community as a guest on her podcast.
I was recently on Not Another Anxiety Show with Kelli Walker discussing epigenetics and neuroplasticity. I hope you will enjoy this episode as we unpack the power you have over your own sense of wellness and empowerment. It turns out that old dogs are uniquely...
I was recently a guest on Jennifer Tracy’s amazing podcast, MILF. If you haven’t checked it out before, please do yourself a favor. Jennifer is a wide open, curious, intelligent woman engaging women on all the various aspects of embodying the feminine power. Please...
What do passionate love and cocaine use have in common? Sarah Osteen of Swayed podcast series and I talk about love and its powerful and surprising effects on our brain and decision making.
I was recently on The Family Brain Podcast discussing my recent essay Failing to Grow: Why Rescuing Your Kids in Not Helpful.
I had the pleasure of talking with Megan Gipson, LCSW of The Family Brain Podcast where we discussed neurobiology, brain development, birth order, positive psychology, and many other topics.
This weeks installment from The Padded Room comes in the form of a podcast appearance on Not Another Anxiety Show. On this episode Kelli and I explore the role of fear in our psychological and emotional worlds. Additionally, we cover mindfulness, meditation, TM, therapy, and a host of other interesting and compelling topics that will help you think about your feelings through a new and different lens.
To enjoy this episode please click on the link below and look for episode #141.
This months installment comes in the form of a podcast I did with Kelli Walker for her series, Not Another Anxiety Show. On this episode we “got deep under the hood” of my previous post about Deconstructing Anxiety. Please have a listen (click episode #102) and see what you think and feel about our discussion. There’s a lot of content to get your head around and start to better understand your own anxious process. And, as always, please pass it on if the spirit moves you. I rely on word of mouth and social media to grow my audience, so your gesture of support is much appreciated.
As I am busy learning the craft of podcasting as the intervieweer (a craft that is way more difficult than it may seem:-) I hope you will enjoy this podcast where I was the interviewee.