Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast
On this week’s episode of the podcast, I interviewed Sarah Bradley, a competitive runner who has worked her way through a personal struggle with anorexia, bulimia and orthorexia. Sarah Bradley and David Puder, MDWhat is an eating disorder?&
On today’s episode of the podcast, I am interviewing Maris Loeffler, LMFT. We cover different types of grief (acute, complicated, traumatic, etc.), attachment styles in relation to grief, and some helpful things to consider in caring for a grieving
On today’s episode of the podcast, Dr. Cummings and I talk about clozapine, a medication that treats schizophrenia. Mikayla Cho B.A., Michael Cummings, M.D., David Puder, M.D.What is clozapine? Not only is clozapine the gold standard medication for tr
On today’s episode of the podcast, I am interviewing Dr. Shaili Jain. We cover Dr. Jain’s personal interest in PTSD work, moral injury, causes of PTSD, presentation of PTSD and treatment modalities for PTSD. Joseph Wong (MS3), David Puder M.D. An overv
On today’s episode of the podcast, I am interviewing with Dr. Ariana Cunningham. We cover the DSM5 criteria for schizophrenia and the differential diagnoses for schizophrenia. Joseph Wong (MS3), Ariana Cunningham, M.D., David Puder M.D.Diagnosing schiz
On today’s episode of the podcast, Ariana Cunningham and I continue our discussion from the first episode about schizophrenia, focusing on the clinical manifestations of the disease. Ariana Cunningham, M.D., David Puder, M.D., Clinical m
Episode 1 in a series on schizophrenia, with this episode focusing on schizophrenia in culture, film and history.
On today’s episode of of the podcast, I will discuss marijuana use and how it affects mental health with Daniel Binus, the chief psychiatrist at Beautiful Minds, near Sacramento, California. Also joining us is a third-year medical student, Victoria Agee.
On today’s episode of the podcast, I interview Ginger Simonton, a PhD student finishing her dissertation. We will cover her in-depth research on alleviating the symptomology of childhood sexual abuse.We will specifically be talking about the link between
What is forgiveness? On this week’s episode of the podcast, I talk about the power of forgiveness. It’s scientifically proven that forgiveness can affect our health. As mental health professionals, this has important impacts both personally and profession