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Tonight's show will focus on cognitive psychology, what it is, how it is used.
Tonight Steve Champagne interviews Paul C. Smith, Phd. Dr. Smith is currently a Professor of Psychology at Alverno College, Milwaukee Wisconsin. Dr. Smith earned his Phd.in Urban Psychology, from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He has served as Chair of the Psychology Department of Alverno College from 2002-2007.He is the Chair of the new Institutional Review Board for the protection of human subjects in research. He has served as President, Vice-President, and Secretary of the Faculty Senate at Alverno, as well as serving on the Academic Appointments Committee and the Compensation Committee.
Steve Champagne is an ArtSees Diner contributor. He is a musician, technical writer, and software development specialist. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison and holds a degree in engineering.
Season 1 Episode 27
The Psychology of Success
Most Success begins in the Mind. Many people Fail due to the lack of the proper Mindset. Achieving the proper Mindset for many is a challenging due the lack of understanding of their own Mind and How that affects their actions and behavioral pattern.
In this Episode we will discuss the Psychology of Success and How to Develop the proper Mindset to Succeed.
Our featured Guest will be Award Winning Psychotherapist Esther Grief.
Hosted by Jeffrey Rincon, Chander Singh and Adeola Adejobi
A question was posed regarding the behaviors displayed by Afreekan Descendents and more specifically, "...The cognitive dissonance that our people are under and why they are so comfortable there..."
...I will share what I've come to know based on my experiences working with the sickest amongst us...those Afreekans with mental, emotional or behavioral health challenges and who are or have been surviving in poverty.
This week we welcome Matt Mercer to the show! We will discuss his upcoming film 'Contracted' and take a look back at his role in Madison County; im sure everyone would love to hear his insight on the psychology behind the movie. Never a boring moment when talking with him! We will also discuss the best and worst remakes and decide which movies deserve a remake! Last but not least, we will Masterdebate! This week I will defend 'American Psycho 2'!!
This week we will discuss the psychology behind 'The Collector' and 'The Collection'. I will be releasing my Sneak Peek of 'Psychology&Horror: Dissecting The Collection' on tuesday before the show. Our Special guest will be my Idol and EXTREMELY talented writer, Patrick Melton. He will discuss 'The Collection', answer any of your questions and talk about any of his upcoming projects. After that it will be time to MASTURDEBATE!! Kristian Hanson has chosen to defend the horror movie 'Trick r Treat' and convince me to give it another try. I know this movie has a huge following, so we welcome any callers to give their insight.
Join me Xander Gibb, with my Special Guests, Neuropsychologist Dr. Katie Levisay & Tardopsycholologist, Dr. Jake Pentland of The Pentland Institute, as we discuss The Psychology of Love & Sexuality, Why we love who love, why we behave how we behave!
We will look at what energy psychology is, the history of energy psychology and what it can be used for.
It is a very simple and at the same time multifaceted technique for reducing or eliminating undesired behaviors, symptoms and/or emotional states that works quickly and where "talk therapy" alone often fails.
Case examples will be given and listeners will learn the basics of energy psychology and have the opportunity to try it.
VividLife Radio’s Edie Weinstein welcomes Author David Bedrick J.D., Dipl. PW, to discuss love-based psycology
David Bedrick, J.D., Dipl. PW, is an educator, counselor, attorney, organizational consultant, and writer. His broad range of knowledge is apparent in the scope of topics he taught while on the faculty of the University of Phoenix, including courses on philosophy (critical thinking and ethics) and psychology (addictions and dependencies, negotiation and mediation, clinical interviewing, cultural diversity, ethics in human services, and group work), as well as employment law and conflict management in the MBA program. As a practitioner of process-oriented psychology, a branch of Jungian psychology, he has worked with groups, couples, and individuals for nearly twenty years. His graduate work in psychology at the University of Minnesota and clinical training at the Process Work Institute, where he is a diplomate and teacher as well as serving on the ethics committee and on the advisory board for the master’s program in conflict resolution, provided the basis for the “love-based psychology” he advocates in this book, Talking Back To Dr. Phil: Alternatives To Mainstream Psychology.
For our first show we welcome Eric England, Director/Writer of 'Madison County'. We will discuss the psychology behind 'Madison County' and then talk about his upcoming films 'ROADSIDE' and 'Contracted'. Fans are encouraged to call in and ask Eric any questions that might come to mind. If you are unable to call in, you can submit your questions to Facebook.com/PsychologyNHorror. We will also be introducing our segment 'Masturdebate' which allows us to defend a movie that we feel does not get enough credit. 'The Roommate' will be this week's topic. If you have thoughts on the movie please visit www.Psychology-n-horror.com and click on masturdebate in order to comment (or call in). At the end of the show Kristian will decide if I was able to successfully defend it, or if it is just a lost cause.
In this second in our series of shows on the topic of science and its benefits and negative consequences for mankind, we'll be taking a look at the use and abuse of psychiatry and psychology.From the psychotherapist’s chair to anti-depressant drugs and diverse therapeutic modalities, psychiatry and psychology have come up with as many solutions for mental health issues as there are theories of what makes people tick.While many individuals have benefited from some form of intervention or another, the application of psychological knowledge for propaganda purposes, mind control experiments and pure corporate greed has apparently left most people’s psychological health more fragile than ever.This week, we will attempt to sort the good from the bad and the ugly by 'psychoanalyzing' some of the questionable practices and theories of the mind, and untangle the confusion produced by psychological terminology that frequently overlaps the same basic underlying problems people encounter in our stressful modern world.
marketing moxie* - marketing with passion and purpose! Visit marketingmoxieradio.com for free downloads, show notes, and more business tips and advice. Hosted by Françoise Rose Jeanes, founder of Mobile Marketing Max, today's show features Nora D. Richardson, owner of Spot-On Branding based in Charleston, South Carolina. Nora is a brand identity designer and graphic designer and has designed for small businesses to Fortune 500 companies including Kahlúa, Water Missions International, Northwest Airlines and the Olympics. Today's show covers branding - a quick overview for small businesses, as well as the psychology of business cards. Learn which type of business card personality you have and which is the one you need to avoid like the plague!
This week the St. Christopher’s Inn Recovery Radio Podcast focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is considered a “Best Practice” in the field of addictions, and Laurel McCullagh, Director of Nursing and Admissions at SCI inteviews David Gerber about the uses of CBT at St. Christopher’s Inn. David breaks down the model in an understandable way, and helps demonstrate not only how it is used at SCI, but it’s applications for the general population. Yes, you too can be less miserable, and more happy!