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Feeling alone, frustrated, confused? Thinking of throwing in the towel? Founded on the belief that you can realize your dream of becoming a doctor with your sanity, health, and relationships intact, the Happy Doc Student Podcast delivers weekly inspiration through academic wisdom and esoteric insight. It's no secret the doctoral journey is a difficult one, but you're not alone; join us and put more JOY in your journey!

Feeling alone, frustrated, confused? Thinking of throwing in the towel? Founded on the belief that you can realize your dream of becoming a doctor with your sanity, health, and relationships intact, the Happy Doc Student Podcast delivers weekly inspiration through academic wisdom and esoteric insight. It's no secret the doctoral journey is a difficult one, but you're not alone; join us and put more JOY in your journey!

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Feeling alone, frustrated, confused? Thinking of throwing in the towel? Founded on the belief that you can realize your dream of becoming a doctor with your sanity, health, and relationships intact, the Happy Doc Student Podcast delivers weekly inspiration through academic wisdom and esoteric insight. It's no secret the doctoral journey is a difficult one, but you're not alone; join us and put more JOY in your journey!

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English

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Episodes

#33 Bedtime Stories and a Positive Doctoral Experience with Dr. Corey Carlson

6/22/2021
Corey Carlson has his PhD in Higher Educational Leadership from Old Dominion University. His multidisciplinary approach to life and learning has led him to research endeavors in higher educational leadership, higher educational student engagement and retention, as well as community workforce educational development. Keys to facilitating a positive experience: 1. Peer support is critical, so find your tribe. Places to look: Your courses, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc. I have a group as well; you...

Duration:00:25:57

#32 Recover from the Post-Dissertation Slump and Other Insights with Dr. Veronika Larova

6/16/2021
Dr. Veronika Larova was a student turned colleague. In this episode, we discuss the emotional rollercoaster ride of the process, the post-dissertation slump, and lessons I learned as her Chair. Her doctoral project was titled: "The Evolution of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Treatment: Lessons Learned from MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy" Her project resulted in the development of the PACT Model and was recently published in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology: The PACT Model: Improving...

Duration:00:25:00

#31 Reality Check: Is a Doc Program for You? with Jamie Hillman

6/9/2021
Jamie Hillman is a multi-passionate, purpose-driven human, on a mission to make the world a better place. Her podcast and blog (Jamie on Purpose) are for young professional women to learn all things professional and personal development along their journeys to being tomorrow’s world-changing CEOs, government officials, and community leaders. In this podcast she considers whether or not to pursue a doctorate. STEP 1: REALITY CHECK #1. Do I have the time? Residential programs often require...

Duration:00:32:20

#30 Is the Secret to Writing Well Learning to Fail? with Louie Centanni

6/2/2021
Learn tips and tricks that will make writer’s block a thing of the past! Louie Centanni, MFA, is a lecturer at San Diego State University and has been teaching writing, rhetoric, and composition for over a decade. He is also an online writing consultant at the University of Arizona Global Campus Writing Center, and as a writer, he has published several short works and essays. When the global pandemics aren't killing everyone's social lives, he tours as a standup comedian. Tips: 1. JUST DO...

Duration:00:30:00

#29 Leverage Your Librarian (and other time saving tips) with Anna Uribe

5/26/2021
Take-home message: Utilize the librarian and your library! Anna Uribe: Masters of Library and Information Services and lead instruction librarian and the liaison for doctoral programs at the University of Arizona global campus, AUGC. Tips: 1. Don’t use links to save your research 2. Download that resource 3. Figure out how you will organize your references: Zotero, Mandalay, Refworks (check to see if your tuition covers citation software – if not, check out the free links I have on my...

Duration:00:22:05

#28 The Connection Between Your Posture & Your Success with Moylan Ryan, Rolfer®

5/19/2021
Moylan Ryan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81n-B1WI3BgWhat is posture? Why care about your posture? (it’s more than just looking good!) Physical Psychological Cognitive Bottom Line: The shape of your body is related to your ability to accomplish your goals (read that TWICE! - at least). Listen up guys: The mind-body connection is very real! Power in the breath – Understand the link between inspiration and respiration. Tips: “Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In our...

Duration:00:29:56

#27 Navigating the Path to Doctoral Success with Dr. Lonny Ness

5/12/2021
As you pursue your doctoral degree, you might feel a bit like Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. There will be wicked witches, fireballs, and flying monkeys. But, there will also be munchkins and good witches. Here’s how to navigate the Yellow Brick Road: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/7455607Lonny (Lawerence) Ness holds a PhD in Business Management and has been in the field of online higher ed for nearly 20 years. To date he has worked as a chair with close to 100 graduates. Not only is...

Duration:00:28:43

#26 The Single Most Important Thing with Elizabeth Lukacs

5/5/2021
Elizabeth Lucas is an oracle who began her work in transcendental meditation at the age of eight and has been studying with shamans, mystics, and healers ever since. She is passionate about linking body, mind, spirit, and emotions as a way to access our power within. She offers cutting edge programs, spiritual retreats, individual guidance, and online courses that give you access to your authentic, powerful, divine being. There is a lot going on in the world right now and we believe that...

Duration:00:27:37

#25 Applied vs. PhD Degrees (what's the difference?) AND Bonus Nuggets of Wisdom with Dr. Rebecca Wardlow

4/28/2021
Applied vs. PhD Degrees and Other Nuggets of Wisdom Dr. Rebecca Wardlow has her EDD in educational leadership and spent over 20 years as a K-12 educator, first, starting out in the classroom as a first-grade bilingual teacher working her way through administration roles, all the way up to being a principal. She then completed her doctorate and is now mentoring graduate students through the doctoral process. Applied vs. PhD How they are the same · Terminal degree (you can’t go any...

Duration:00:30:57

#24 Frustrated? Tired? Confused? A (Good) Dissertation Coach Can Help! with Dr. Helen Montgomery

4/21/2021
Frustrated? Tired? Confused? This episode is for you! Helen Montgomery received her PhD in 2011 from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in Experimental Psychology with concentrations in statistics, quantitative methodology, and human factors. She has worked in higher education for over 20 years, serving as a dissertation chair, methodologies, and administrator in graduate programs. After years of witnessing doctoral learners who were frustrated, lost, or felt hopeless, she identified a need...

Duration:00:29:25

#23 Laugh to Feel Good with Christine Alexander

4/14/2021
Humor is often one of the first things to go when you are in a doctoral program. In this episode you will exercise your funny bone and learn games you can play (with or without your friends and family) that will get you laughing. Bonus: These same games actually make you a better human being! Christine Alexander is a founding member of Florida Studio Theaters Improv Troupe, and her TV appearances include SNN News, Channel 10, and she's a frequent co-host for the Suncoast View on ABC 7....

Duration:00:23:57

#22 The Online Doctoral Journey: Building a Community of Support

4/7/2021
With all members in your community: Faculty Chair – Ask for regular meetings; see their feedback as a gift (see episode: #18). Committee members – They want you to graduate! Instructors – Can be great cheerleaders; reach out to them. Academic Advisors - Their role is to navigate you to graduation. Ask questions and be sure to answer their calls. University Support Services Writing Center – Go here for tips, tricks, and editing services. Librarians – They can be a huge help in...

Duration:00:15:00

#21 Should I Pursue a Doctoral Degree? with Dr. Chris Cappannelli

3/31/2021
Chris Cappannelli is a federal special agent who received his EDD in Leadership and Management from St. Thomas University in 2018. He has a long and successful career with the government holding diverse positions of increasing complexity and sensitivity, including the Department of Justice, the Department of Treasury, US Customs and Homeland Security Investigations. To date, he has handled over 100 criminal cases, including narcotics enforcement, financial crimes, terrorism, and human rights...

Duration:00:37:36

#20 Single-Parenting, Self-Care, & Learning to say "No" with Dr. Gail Brindell

3/24/2021
Gail Brindell, PsyD, is the founder and owner of WellFITT Solutions, LLC. As a single parent and retired military officer, she completed her PsyD in Psychology with a concentration in Health & Wellness. Dr. Brindell is an Exercise Physiologist, a Chronic Pain Specialist, a Credentialed Exercise is Medicine professional, and a Certified Associative Awareness Technique practitioner. With over 35 years in the health and fitness industry in a variety of settings, her passion is helping others...

Duration:00:29:33

#19 From GED to PhD: Reaching Higher with Dr. Vernon Czelusniak

3/17/2021
Dr. Vernon Czelusniak is the author of GED to PhD Reaching Higher, a book that details his journey from a high school drop-out to college campus president. While serving in the military, Dr. Czelusniak attended night school to complete his BA and MA. When he retired as an officer from the U.S. Coast Guard in 1994 after 20 years of service, he got the “bug” to return to school and completed is Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education from Nova Southeastern University in 1998. He has been...

Duration:00:31:06

#18 How to Feel Good About Feedback with Dr. Kelly Stewart

3/10/2021
Ask yourself: How do I receive feedback?How do I find space? Dr. Kelly Stewart holds a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Innovation with a specialization in Curriculum and Policy from Arizona State University. She started her career as a Language Arts Teacher and is currently an Assistant Professor and Faculty Lead for the Ph.D. in Education program at the University of Arizona , Global Campus where she is actively involved in a number of university initiatives, including...

Duration:00:36:46

#17 The Good Goodbye: How to End Your Doctoral Journey with Grace & Ease, with Dr. Gladys Ato

3/3/2021
Gladys Ato, PsyD, is a leadership mentor, clinical psychologist, public speaker, grief specialist, and author of The Good Goodbye: How to Navigate Change and Loss in Life, Love, and Work. She teaches community leaders to amplify their joy and leadership in uncertain times using The Good Goodbye® approach. Recognized as a Latina leader by Hispanic Executive magazine and winner of the Women Worth Watching in Education award, Dr. Ato is featured in BBC WorkLife, Forbes, TEDx Lincoln Square, NBC...

Duration:00:28:44

#16 Why Reason and Logic will Only Get You So Far with Anna Yusim, MD

2/24/2021
Feel like the world is trying to take you down? Understand why AND what to do about it. Dr. Anna Yusim is a Stanford- and Yale-educated, Board Certified Psychiatrist with a private practice and serves on the clinical faculty at Yale Medical school. She is internationally recognized as a trailblazer among healers, a gifted speaker, and the best-selling author of Fulfilled: How the Science of Spirituality Can Help You Live a Happier, More Meaningful Life. Dr. Yusim is presently starting a...

Duration:00:32:21

#15 Getting Published with Dr. Jules

2/17/2021
Dr. Julie D. Conzelmann (Dr. Jules) earned her doctorate in management at the University of Phoenix and her Copyeditor's Certification from U.C. San Diego. She is a faculty member at the Jack Welch Management Institute, the CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Scholar Chatter LLC; and CEO and Copyeditor at Superior Editing Services. Dr. Jules is an accomplished, inspirational, and empowering entrepreneur, business leader, copyeditor, mentor, teacher, public speaker, journal reviewer, and author. Should...

Duration:00:19:04

#14 The Best Dissertation is a DONE Dissertation with Dr. Melanie Shaw

2/10/2021
#14 The Best Dissertation is a DONE Dissertation with Dr. Melanie Shaw Dr. Melanie Shaw has her PhD in Education and has spent two decades teaching and serving as an administrator in online higher education settings. She serves as an adjunct faculty at several institutions and facilitates webinars for the Online Learning Consortium. In addition to her teaching roles, she trains faculty to develop and deliver courses online, conducts research on nontraditional education, and is involved in...

Duration:00:29:34