Ep 314: Trauma Recovery with Dr. Matt Jaremko

MichaelDisorders, Learning/Memory, Therapy4 Comments

Matt Jaremko Tramua Recovery

If you’re suffering from the effects of a trauma in your life or know someone who is, then listen to Dr. Matt Jaremko talk about his new book with Beth Fehlbaum called Trauma Recovery: Sessions With Dr. Matt. Dr. Jaremko’s approach to therapy with trauma victims is straightforward and respectful. It’s about helping survivors get their confidence back and move … Read More

Ep 310: How To Memorize Psychiatric Medications

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How To Memorize Medications

Having a hard time memorizing psychiatric medications and which disorder they are used to treat? These memory tricks will get them into your head in minutes – and they’ll stick so you can get a better grade on your test. I’ve got ways to remember 12 medications like Zoloft, Prozac, Ritalin, Adderall, Lithium, and more – and which diagnosis (Depression, … Read More

Ep241: I know What You DID’T Do – the Internet of Things for Dementia and Alzheimer’s

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Dementia Alzheimer's

How can technology be used to help people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s? Here are a few examples. You may have heard of the “Internet of Things” – this is the idea that we can place small Internet-connected devices onto everyday household objects in order to get information from them about what you are doing – and not doing – throughout … Read More

Dementia: When “Living in the Moment” is Not A Good Thing

MichaelDevelopment, Learning/Memory3 Comments

Tomorrow my mother turns 94 and her physical health is amazing. I have spoken about my mother and her husband Roy (who turns 99 next Spring) on this podcast several times including this episode where I interview him since he is in the final stage of Erikson’s Eight Stages of PsychoSocial Development. Like many people her age my mother suffers … Read More

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