Best Ptsd Treatment podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Listen to 15-20 minute long interviews of experts on various topics related to mental and general health. The topics will be continuously expanded. The interviews are designed for both professionals and non-professionals. Topics range from the basis of new medication research, the effect of media on girls's self-images, discussions of violence, same-sex marriages, pollution, bullying, divorce, OCD, addictions, borderline personality disorders, mental health issues in the deaf, hallucinations ...
YOU, ME, EMPATHY, created and hosted by Non Wels, is a podcast about exploring the struggles we face in our day to day lives as humans trying to get by on this overwhelming and magnificent pale blue dot. The intent of YOU, ME, EMPATHY is to talk openly, without judgment, about our neuroses, our mental illnesses, our shared anxieties and worries, to create a dialog that is vulnerable and deeply human and empathetic—and to share that dialog with others to inspire further dialog and insight so ...
My Invisible Story
Making invisible stories visible.Sharing advice on how to overcome trauma past and present. Coming from someone who's been on both sides of the fence, my hope is that by sharing both mine and other's testimonies of healing, you can know that yours is possible too.We'll be talking about how our minds and bodies respond to trauma, and discuss topics such as ptsd, narcissism, domestic violence, sexual abuse, suicidual thoughts, body dysmorphic disorder, among other mental health issues and thei ...
A Deep, Soul Searching and Introspective Broadcast Addressing Narcissistic Abuse, Toxic Relationships and the Journey Back to the SELF.
TEDTalks Health
From way-new medical breakthroughs to smart daily health habits, doctors and researchers share their discoveries about medicine and well-being onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
Podcasts360, powered by Consultant360, features short interviews with medical professionals on current research, news, and general information for primary care providers.
A show about creating change after trauma; why and how to do it.If your life has gotten to a point where you're feeling overwhelmed by posttraumatic stress and symptoms, stuck, stalled or just plain tired of feeling bad it’s time to think about CHANGING DIRECTION. On this program we cover a wide spectrum of topics designed to help you turn yourself around and get headed for healing in the right direction.Michele and her guests shares ideas for how to reduce and manage stress, depression, moo ...
The mission of search|recovery is to give voice to the stories of those walking the pathways between mental health and illness. To illuminate the stories that often lie in the shadows of doctors' appointments and waiting rooms, in between classes and after work. All of the times that people find themselves pushed to their darkest and brightest places on the road of their treatment that no one sees and thus seldom understands. It is our mission to fight stigma and show that the people who are ...
Hempire is a weekly show dedicated to exploring the non-psychoactive side of the cannabis plant. Hemp was once a cornerstone of the American economy and is currently used in over 25,000 products including paper, textiles, construction materials, health food, and fuel. Tune in and discover all there is to know about this wonder crop that is now making an historic comeback.
Summary of highlights and key articles from each issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association.
MQ Open Mind
MQ Open Mind looks at the science behind mental health and its potential to transform lives. The show digs deep into the cutting-edge research taking on mental illness and speaks to the people it could help. Hear conversations on a range of different conditions, from depression and anxiety to schizophrenia and bipolar. Brought to you by the mental health research charity, MQ: Transforming Mental Health
How does one formulate a recovery and treatment plan for the profound consequences of surviving trauma? Why should the survivor begin a process of healing with the admission of what happened to them? Is the role of spirituality in trauma recovery necessary in order to heal? In Trauma and Transformation: A Twelve Step Guide, clinical social worker Rivka Edery demystifies the misunderstood resource of spirituality, as it applies to healing from trauma. She provides a guide to a personal spirit ...
HBOT in Wound Care
On HBOT-in-Wound Care join Dr. Paul Harch and myself as we create and publish this podcast series to bring awareness of how Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment aids the body's growth and repair systems. Dr. Harch explains the science behind HBOT and thereby shows us how this is "... the most simple, yet complex and elegant gene therapy known to man-kind." -PGH M.D
Breast Cancer Care
Hear personal stories and talks with professionals about living with and beyond breast cancer, from the UK's leading breast cancer care charity.
The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry is the authoritative source of information for the rapidly developing field of geriatric psychiatry. Published monthly, AJGP publishes peer-reviewed articles on the diagnosis and classification of psychiatric disorders of later life, epidemiological and biological correlates of mental health of older adults, and psychopharmacology and other somatic treatments.
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Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Lori A. Zoellner, Ph.D., about her research on how patient treatment preference affects outcomes in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In a doubly randomized preference trial, 200 patients with PTSD viewed standardized treatment rationales prior to randomization. Patients were first r ...…
In this podcast, Gil Melmed, MD, MS, from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, provides insight on how disease management in inflammatory bowel disease has evolved. For more, click here:
In a live Facebook recording, our Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist Rachel Rawson spoke to Alice-May Purkiss, author of the book 'Life, Lemons and Melons'. We know that 1/3 of women with breast cancer experience anxiety for the first time in their lives after their diagnosis and treatment. Rachel spoke to Alice-May about mental health during and ...…
Paul Jellinger, MD, MACE, from the University of Miami School of Medicine, explains the answer to the quiz question from part 3 of the series and talks about the role of the MESA Study in the treatment of ASCVD. For more, click here:
Joseph Diamond, MD, from the Icahn School of Medicine, answers the question at the end of Case Part 4 and discusses the management and treatment of sleep disorders and drug-drug interactions between other simultaneous medication use. For more, visit
Joseph A. Diamond, MD, on Continuous Management of Sleep Disorders by Consultant360
On Episode 72 of You, Me, Empathy, Tamara Albanna and I explore the intersection of spirituality and mental health, complex PTSD (CPTSD), our ties to ancestry, and The Divine Feminine. Thanks for listening and thanks for empathizing with us! Read the full show notes. Follow You, Me, Empathy on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Support You, Me, ...…
Susan Clayton, PhD, social psychologist,, on how climate changes can impact mental health.
Healing the Pain Body and Core Wounds can be a very involved process that can take one through a dark night of the soul. In this episode of Pandora's Box Kaleah talks about the difference between the two, and the steps one needs to take to heal and manage his/her core pain. To read the transcript of the show go here.... Visit ...…
In this podcast, David F. Dinges, MS, MA, PhD, talks about his latest research on the cognitive effects of 2 well-known and widely used sleep medications after emergent awakenings. This research was performed in NASA astronauts and personnel. More:
Don Hayes, MD, from Nationwide Children’s Hospital, provides insight on the American Thoracic Society clinical guidelines he and his team developed for the implementation, monitoring, and discontinuation of pediatric home oxygen therapy.
Gary P. Wormser, MD, from New York Medical College, talks about his research "Co-infections in Persons with Early Lyme Disease, New York, USA," which was published in Emerging Infectious Diseases. More:
Robin McKinney, MD, explains what neurally adjusted ventilatory assist (NAVA) is, the research around its use in children and adults, and what this all means for clinical practice. For more, visit
Eileen O’Grady, PhD, RN, NP, founder of the School of Wellness, discusses intentional change, positive psychology, and similar mental health initiatives in relation to the PERMA model. For more, visit
Rashi Aggarwal, MD, from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, discusses screening tools and treatment options for diagnosing and managing posttraumatic stress disorder in the primary care setting. For more, visit
William D. Chey, MD, from Michigan Medicine, highlights the 3 phases of a low FODMAP diet in the treatment of IBS and the importance of moving a patient from the elimination phase to the reintroduction phase.
On Episode 71 of You, Me, Empathy, Mariangela Abeo and I explore cross-narrative suicide awareness, why talking about our mental health reduces suffering, and the stunning suicide advocacy project, Faces Of Fortitude. Thanks for listening and thanks for empathizing with us! Read the full show notes. Follow You, Me, Empathy on Instagram, Twitter ...…
Rhonda Goodman takes her U.S. nursing students to Guatemala for clinical rotations. An amazing programs
Cherise Rohr-Allegrini, PhD, MPH, discusses a timeline of vaccinations, what opting out of these vaccines means for the future of outbreaks, and what the public should learn from these outbreaks. For more content, visit
When Anita was diagnosed with breast cancer, her and her partner struggled to tell her children about her diagnosis. They have since written a book for kids whose parents have cancer. Anita shares her story and what has helped her continue to communicate with her children about her breast cancer.
Most people have a false sense about what forgiveness is. We think we must forgive the perpetrator for his or her crimes against us. We Believe by forgiving, we are saying “what you did was okay.” We focus on the crime, the cruelty, and the pain we feel as a result. In this episode of Pandora's Box Radio, Kaleah talks about what forgiveness rea ...…
Children with autism are more likely to have epilepsy, and vice versa. Madeline Fields, MD, from Mount Sinai Hospital, answers our questions about this connection.
Valeria C. Cohran, MD, from Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, discusses the current state of pediatric intestinal rehabilitation programs, treatment advances led by these programs, and more.
Joseph Diamond, MD, from the Icahn School of Medicine, answers the question at the end of Case #3 and discusses the difference between at-home vs in-lab polysomnography testing for sleep disordered breathing. Case part 3 here:
In part 2 of our series on lipid management, Dr Paul Jellinger explains the answer to the quiz question from part 1, the AACE lipid guidelines, and the role of renal disease in managing this patient. Part 1 here:…
On Episode 70 of You, Me, Empathy, Tofe Evans and I explore why we need to love and accept ourselves before we’re truly able to love and accept others, what we can do to be more connected to our fellow feely humans, and the beauty of human resilience and the lessons we learn through adversity. Thanks for listening and thanks for empathizing wit ...…
Every year worldwide, more than 50,000 otherwise healthy people with epilepsy suddenly die -- a condition known as SUDEP. These deaths may be largely preventable, says AI researcher Rosalind Picard. Learn how Picard helped develop a cutting-edge smartwatch that can detect epileptic seizures as they occur and alert nearby loved ones in time to help.…
Jacob Miguel Vigil, PhD, discusses new study findings that suggest THC may confer more therapeutic benefit than CBD across many different health conditions, and why he says now is the “Golden Age” of cannabis research. For more, visit
James Matera, DO, from CentraState Medical Center in New Jersey, discusses how lipid disorders impact the management of chronic kidney disease (CKD), and whether statins are safe for use in patients with comorbid lipid disorders and CKD. For more, visit
When Laura was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer, she was told she had two years to live. 11 years later, she is running her own successful blog, Living with Hope and Secondary Breast Cancer. We spoke to Laura about the effect that sharing her story and experience has had on her, and what led to her speaking onstage in front of an audience ...…
David Malebranche, MD, MPH, talks about his session from the 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference, titled "We Are Family: Helping Patients Navigate the HIV Care Continuum." He discusses the current HIV care continuum, the knowledge gaps that still exist, and the art and science of medicine in HIV care. Read more: ...…
Deepak Kaushal, PhD, from Texas Biomedical Research Institute, talks about new treatments for HIV, how they will change the way we treat HIV, and other medications for HIV on the horizon. More at
Michael Reid, MD, from University of California, San Francisco, discusses the newest HIV-TB prevention therapies, the latest research on a new tuberculosis vaccine, and more.
Michael V. Chiorean, MD, provides insight on how gastroenterologists can prevent and manage their patients with colitis caused by Clostridium difficile, a topic he will discuss at the Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Regional Meeting in Los Angeles, California.
Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Lori A. Zoellner, Ph.D., about her research on how patient treatment preference affects outcomes in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In a doubly randomized preference trial, 200 patients with PTSD viewed standardized treatment rationales prior to randomization. Patients were first r ...…
On Episode 69 of You, Me, Empathy, Tony the Therapist and I explore the feelings of powerlessness, how we as feely humans sometimes minimize the severity of the abuse or trauma we’re experiencing, and how we can restore hope again through therapy, recognizing our sense of value, and healing shame. Thanks for listening and thanks for empathizing ...…
As we view our world and all that is going on, it is easy to determine that we are in the battle of Armageddon, the fight between good and evil. It even seems that the division between the sinners and the saints are getting wider and soon there will be no crossing the gap that separates those whose hearts are aligned with love and those who see ...…
Antje Bischof, from the University of California, San Fransisco, talks about her research "Accelerated Cord Atrophy Precedes Conversion to Secondary Progressive Disease in Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis," which she presented at ACTRIMS Forum 2019. Read more at
Pavan Bhargava, MD, discusses his latest research on metabolomic profiling in patients with multiple sclerosis, a topic in which he spoke about at ACTRIMS 2019 as well. More Conference Insider here:…
'It felt really scary to be left on the outside. People didn't really understand. They expected you to be happy and excited and to move back to life how it was before.' In a live Facebook recording, our Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist Rachel Rawson spoke to Zahida, who has used our Someone Like Me service, about her personal experience managin ...…
Francisco Quintana, PhD, from Harvard Medical School, talks about his research "Molecular control of astrocyte pathogenic activities in MS." He spoke about novel astrocytes, their role in the central nervous system in patients with multiple sclerosis, and more. Read more: ...…
Current treatments for depression and PTSD only suppress symptoms, if they work at all. What if we could prevent these diseases from developing altogether? Neuroscientist and TED Fellow Rebecca Brachman shares the story of her team's accidental discovery of a new class of drug that, for the first time ever, could prevent the negative effects of ...…
Leonard Calabrese, DO, highlights important topics that will be covered at the Interdisciplinary Autoimmune Summit (IAS) and how the meeting addresses the intersection between immune diseases in rheumatology, gastroenterology, and dermatology.
In this podcast, Dr Michael Reid from University of California, San Francisco, discusses how the landscape of diagnosing and treating HIV-TB coinfection has changed over the years and what it has evolved into.
Joseph Diamond, MD, from the Icahn School of Medicine, answers the question at the end of Case Part 2 and explains how to start the conversation with your patients about sleep disordered breathing. Read case part 2 here:…
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