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  • 00:30

    Cognitive Interventions and Therapy

    in Caregiving

    Dr. Samuel Gontovsky led the development of the Cognitive Therapeutics Method and in-home activities program for people with cognitive deficits. A must listen to!

  • 00:38

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for OCD- Nuts and Bolts

    in Health

    This is a rebroadcast of October 8, 2013 episode
    Anthony Puliafico, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Co-Director of Psychology at the Pediatric Anxiety and Mood Research Clinic, New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center
    Michael Wheaton, PhD, Clinical Researcher, Anxiety Disorders Clinic, New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center
    Dr. Anthony Puliafico and Dr. Michael Wheaton will discuss frontline therapy interventions for OCD in both adults and children. They will review details of what CBT treatment looks like for adults and children with OCD. They will present the rationale for and details of Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy – the central component of treatment for OCD. Finally, they will address challenges and issues related to treatment as well as frequent concerns for individuals engaging in CBT.
    Contact information:
    For more information on OCD treatment and research opportunities for adults, please visit our clinic website at www.Columbia-OCD.org and our treatment study website at http://ocdtreatmentstudy.com/ or call us at 646 774-8062
    For more information on OCD treatment and research opportunities for children and adolescents, please visit our website http://columbiapsychiatry.org/pamrc or call us at 646 774-5793

  • 01:30

    Quantum Leap: Cognitive and Play Therapy for Brain Injury

    in Education

    Join Julie Kintz in welcoming Pam Leitzell to Quantum Leap. Pam is a Psychotherapist who specializes in Cognitive Therapy, as well as Play Therapy. Pam will share with us the benefit of play therapy. She will also discuss cognitive healing which includes the interesting and truly brilliant theory of Dr. Reuven Feuerstein. Pam will share why she developed a computer program based on his 40 plus years of research. This is a show you will not want to miss!

    Brain Injury recovery has taken a Quantum Leap in the last twenty or so years. Research is the reason for the increased knowledge of how to deal with brain injury. Join host Julie Kintz the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month (5pm Pacific, 8pm EST) as she welcomes professionals that are making a difference in the lives of those living with and/or caring for brain injury. Tune in, call in, and together we can make a difference.


  • 00:42

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Dr. Kosanke

    in Family

    In today's episode of GUC we welcome back, Dr. Nicole Kosanke the director of family services at the Center for Motivation and Change.

    Previously, Dr. Kosanke was on the show to talk about the book she co-authored titled, Beyond Addiction: How Science And Kindness Help People Change. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.

    Dr. Kosanke also visited GUC to discuss CRAFT, an alternative intervention method which teaches families how to encourage the substance user, in their life, to reduce use and enter treatment. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.

    But today, Dr. Kosanke is back to give us the low down on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and much more. Think of this episode as your Recovery 101.


    Featured image courtesy of goodfutureteenrehab


  • 01:30

    Cognitive Dissonance Part 2: Government and You

    in Politics

    In today's show, we will continue our discussion on cognitive dissonance, but with an emphasis on what you either know, but ignore; or what you don't know, but should.

    Today, I have as my guests one or more people that are active in the government in the State of Oregon to "reform" the laws and make them much more of what the American forefathers intended - simple and easy for the average person to understand and use.

    Last week we opened the phone lines roughly a half hour into the show and we enjoyed our audience participation, so we plan to do so again, so have your questions and comments ready to participate!

  • 00:59

    Josh Duggar, Mike Huckabee, and Cognitive Dissonance

    in Religion

    Tonight we'll be discussing the recent molestation allegations against Josh Duggar. We'll also cover presidential candidate Mike Huckabee's support of Josh Duggar, what that could mean for his campaign, and why some far-right Christians are choosing to support Josh Duggar and Mike Huckabee despite the layer of hypocrisy associated with such an action. 

    This Week in Dumb we'll cover Kylie Jenner, Rick Santorum, and the Pope. 

    Logicast is a weekly podcast that airs every night at 8:00 PM CST/9:00 PM EST. You can check us out on Facebook at facebook.com/logicast, or follow us on Blog Talk Radio at blogtalkradio.com/logicast - where you can also listen to previous episodes. 

  • 00:31

    Cognitive Distortions Can Keep You From Finishing

    in Self Help

    Does your thinking sometimes keep you from taking action when you want or when you know you should?  Are you ready to shift your thinking and move forward?  If yes, you don't want to miss this show.  Dr. Pam Love is going to talk about cognitive distortions and how they can negatively impact your relationships and keep you from finishing the things that are in your heart to finish. 




  • 02:18

    Urban Therapy with Sun #134 Make Up Sex Fightin' And F******

    in Lifestyle

    Make up sex. What exactly is it? What's it to you?

    Is it a good thing? A bad thing? Something that all couples do? Something that has become more popular in the media in recent years? Is it safe? Is it dangerous? Is it something that makes up for an argument? Does it end with just an argument or disagreement or is violence sometimes what's being made up for?

    Are there people who actually start arguments or fights in order to initiate make up sex? Would someone do that?

    Is the sexual energy that comes after an argument healthy? Can it be unhealthy?

    Is make up sex really just a cover up for domestic violence?

    If you like make up sex but the person that you're with doesn't like it or understand it, how will that work? Can that work?

    Do most people who engage in make up sex usually know what they are getting into or does it get introduced to some people at the most inopportune times? Can you learn to like it and if so what does that say about a person?

    Boy are we gonna get into this one. The question is how will we get out of this one? LOL

  • 01:30

    Cognitive Dissonance, Part 1; with Chad Meek

    in Culture

    Cognitive dissonance, an apparent disease of the world as a whole.

    Tonight, Chad Meek and Kirk Spencer discuss the ever-so-prevalent imbalance in society.

  • 01:30

    Cognitive Dissonance Part 4: Denying Who You Are

    in Spirituality

    This Tuesday evening [in the Americas], we continue with our cognitive dissonance series.

    In this program, I'm joined by Chad C. Meek and [hopefully] Michelle Vaughn to discuss the spiritual being which all of us are, but sadly limit.  Somewhere deep inside ourselves, we know that we're more than we're allowing ourselves to be, whether our limitations come from how and what we're taught, or just limiting ourselves - for whatever reasons we've accepted.  This will be our main topic of the evening, but we won't limit ourselves to only this.

    After my guests and I discuss this for 30 to 45 minutes, we'll open the chat, phone and Skype lines for you, the audience to call in with your questions, comments... discussion.

    See you then!

  • 02:11

    Urban Therapy with Sun #133 Can Eating It Make Me Happy?

    in Health

    This show is kinda about eating disorders but not all the way.
    Does food make some people feel better? Does it substitute for other deficiencies in people's lives?

    Recently I put out a question on Facebook dealing with this situation: I just heard a conversation between two women in the fitness room and one of them was saying that she gained a lot of weight because she didn't have a man for a long time.

    Huh? Loneliness = weight gain?

    Can someone explain this logic to me?

    One of the things that many responders eluded to was that the woman in this example probably compensated her loneliness with food. Is this true? Can that work? Are there many people who resort to this?

    Can eating unhealthy foods make a person feel better emotionally? If so, why does it have to be the unhealthy foods that do the trick? When does it stop? Is it a woman thing? Do men go through this as well? If men go through the same thing then is it for the same reasons?
    Will men or women change their lifestyle when or if they get what they have been missing?

    We'll get into these things and more and we'll also talk about turning all of this around and how eating nutritional foods can also cause emotional problems.

    This show will be the absolute bomb! Tell some friends.