Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast-logo

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

Medical >

Join David Puder, M.D. as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own mental health journey. This podcast was created to help others in their journey to becoming wise, empathic, genuine and connected in their personal and professional lives.

Join David Puder, M.D. as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own mental health journey. This podcast was created to help others in their journey to becoming wise, empathic, genuine and connected in their personal and professional lives.
More Information

Location:

United States

Description:

Join David Puder, M.D. as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own mental health journey. This podcast was created to help others in their journey to becoming wise, empathic, genuine and connected in their personal and professional lives.

Language:

English


Episodes

Understanding Placebo

11/29/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. On this week’s episode of the Psychiatry and Psychotherapy podcast, I interview Mark Ard, M.D., a third year psychiatry resident at Loma Linda University. On the state level, he works towards developing means of access to care, in-patient psychiatric care, affordability of care, and further access to mental health. Mark is also the person who encouraged me to start pursuing weight training...

Duration:01:01:11

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

11/14/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. In this podcast and article Dr. Kelly Rivinius, a licensed clinical psychologist who helps women suffering from PMAD, gives her insights about PMAD, its risk factors, prevention, and her own experience with perinatal OCD and anxiety. David Puder, M.D. and Kelly Rivinius, Psy.D. have no conflicts of interest to report. Article the accompanies this episode go: here

Duration:00:57:47

Therapeutic Alliance Part 2: Meaning and Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy

10/30/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. Episode CME activity objectives: In the context of a therapeutic alliance, apply the information given in this episode to help draw out meaning in others. Identify who Viktor Frankl was and how his work and legacy have shaped how we understand and utilize meaning in psychiatry. Define psychic determinism. Recognize that meaning is idiosyncratic and unique to each individual. Recognize...

Duration:00:47:18

Psychiatric Approach to Delirium with Dr. Timothy Lee

10/8/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. This week on the podcast, I am joined by Dr. Timothy Lee, the Loma Linda residency program director and the head of medical consult and liaison services. One of his specialities is delirium, so this week we will be discussing both hypoactive and hyperactive delirium. What is delirium? Delirium is an acute change in a person’s sensorium (the perception of one’s environment or understanding...

Duration:00:49:33

Ketamine and Psychedelics with Dr. Michael Cummings

9/25/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. Blog by David Puder, M.D., Mark Ard, M.D., Mikyla Cho, On this week’s episode of the podcast, I interview Dr. Cummings, a reputable psychopharmacologist, about ketamine. We talk about psychedelics, the research behind it, both the positives and the negatives. We will look at how it is or is not helpful in psychiatric treatments. (Disclaimer: There are no conflicts of interest to report....

Duration:00:37:33

What is psychodynamic theory?

9/20/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. On this week’s episode of the podcast, I interviewed Allison Maxwell-Johnson, a social worker and PhD student of clinical social work. I refer patients to her regularly for psychoanalysis, and she has had a wonderful impact on their mental health journey.  Psychodynamic therapy is a form of talk therapy where the practitioner work focuses on the patient’s emotion, fantasies, dreams,...

Duration:00:50:04

Advice for medical students applying to psychiatric residency

9/16/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. Timothy Lee has talked to thousands of medical students about how to applying for residency programs, and here, he gives us a few tips on how to make it through the gauntlet, and how to have your best chance at landing the program you want. Here is what Timothy Lee says: Stay calm Many students have been fine tuning their personal statements, and trying to get their resume just right, or...

Duration:00:11:27

Therapeutic Alliance Part 1

9/5/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. What is a therapeutic alliance? The therapeutic alliance is a collaborative relationship between the physician and the patient. Together, you jointly establish goals, desires, and expectations of your working partnership. Every interview with a patient, whether it’s for diagnostic, intake, evaluative, or psychopharmacology purposes, has therapeutic potential. The treatment starts from...

Duration:00:45:49

How to Treat Emotional Trauma

8/22/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. This week on the podcast I spoke with fellow therapist, Randy Stinnett Psy. D, about how trauma works, and how we can help our patients overcome it. What is trauma? Emotional trauma comes from stress that is overwhelms a person’s neurological system. Some stress can be good and formative, or it can be bad and get stuck in the brain, causing someone deep emotional pain. Think of climbing...

Duration:01:10:19

Setting Boundaries in Relationships

8/11/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. This episode can be found on iTunes podcast, Sitcher, Overcast and Google Play. What are boundaries? When we refer to boundaries, we are talking about emotional walls that are healthy. Boundaries are meant to keep us in relationship with the people that we love. Think of them as your property lines around your house. You know where your lines are, where your property ends and your...

Duration:00:51:32

The History and Nuances of Bipolar Illness

8/2/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. Below is a detailed review of the podcast episode, with most of the content that Dr. Michael Cummings and I (Dr. Puder) discussed. Special thanks to Arvy Wuysang (MS4) for his work in the initial transcription and organization. The history & nuances of bipolar illness Bipolar Illness was first discovered by Emil Kraepelin, who was also the first to describe schizophrenia in the 19th...

Duration:00:52:12

The History, Mechanism and Use of Antidepressants

7/24/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. In this week’s episode of the podcast, Dr. Michael Cummings and I talk about the history of antidepressants, and their use in overcoming depression and anxiety disorders. Below is a short blog on the topic to complement the podcast and subsequently I you can find detailed notes on the topic further below. What is depression? The overarching term “depression” is characterized by feelings...

Duration:00:59:10

Emotional Shutdown—Understanding Polyvagal Theory

7/10/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. “Polyvagal Theory Simplified” By David Puder, M.D. Polyvagal theory explains three different parts of our nervous system and their responses to stressful situations. Once we understand those three parts, we can see why and how we react to high amounts of stress. If polyvagal theory sounds as exciting as watching paint dry, stick around, trust me. It’s a fascinating explanation of how our...

Duration:01:38:10

The Psychology of Procrastination

7/3/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. My podcast guest this week, Dr. Jackson Brammer, says he used to be an expert procrastinator. But after some research into why people procrastinate, he found a few tricks and tips to help him on his journey to live a more balanced life. Dr. Brammer started this path by investigating Impostor Syndrome. Impostor Syndrome involves feeling like you're not the person people think you are—as if...

Duration:00:47:22

How to Fix Emotional Detachment

6/30/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. This week on the podcast, Ginger Simonton, PhD candidate, and I (Dr. David Puder) talk about about how to deal with emotional detachment. In the psychiatry world, we call the state of emotional detachment, congruence. What is congruence? Psychological congruence is someone’s ability to feel and express their inner emotions in a consistent manner with their outer world—their speech and...

Duration:01:01:55

The History and Use of Antipsychotics

6/19/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. In my last post, Dr. Cummings and I talked about what psychopharmacology is, how medicine works in our body, and what factors affect medicine absorption rates. In the latest podcast, Dr. Cummings and I talked about antipsychotics, the particular branch of psychopharmacology that deals with medicines that treat psychotic experiences and other mental disorders, such...

Duration:00:45:28

How Psychiatric Medications Work with Dr. Cummings

6/12/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. This week I interviewed Dr. Cummings, a psychopharmacologist, on the Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Podcast. Below is a brief introduction to the episode. For more detailed notes by Dr. Cummings, go to my resource page. What is psychopharmacology? Psychopharmacology is a branch of psychiatry that deals with medications that affect the way the brain works. The medicines used in...

Duration:00:50:32

Prescribing Strength Training for Depression

5/29/2018
More
Recent studies show the power of strength training in treating depression. This blog and podcast episode discuss this important treatment of depression.

Duration:00:52:21

Using Microexpressions in Psychotherapy

5/24/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. The last two weeks, we’ve covered using Microexpressions to Make Microconnections and the Microexpressions of Fear, Surprise, Disgust and Creating Connection. We discussed what microexpressions are, what each of the different emotions are, and how they look on the face. Learning about microexpressions develops a deeper connection with others—whether in therapy, or just in everyday...

Duration:00:42:49

Microexpressions: Fear, Surprise, Disgust, Empathy, and Creating Connection Part 2

5/15/2018
More
sign up for an annual subscription to receive CME credit for this activity and more! Learn more Here. On the last Psychiatry and Psychotherapy podcast and blog, we talked about how Microexpressions make Microconnections, their role in therapy and how learning about them can increase our emotional connection to others. This week, we will continue uncovering how different microexpressions look on the face and feel in our body, and their corresponding emotions. Fear Fear is an adaptive...

Duration:00:47:33