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Location:

Chicago, IL

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VoiceAmerica

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Join Mary Waldon, LCSW for an hour dedicated to helping young women discover who they are and all that they are capable of becoming. The Mary Waldon Show is aimed at enriching North America's mental health conversation. Specifically, our show targets the interests and needs of young women, their parents, and a rapidly changing culture. Our guests will include mental health professionals, authors, artists, academics, and successful women with a story to share.

Twitter:

@ChangeMary

Language:

English

Contact:

874 Green Bay Road, Suite 380 Winnetka, IL 6009 847-306-0268


Episodes

Special Encore Presentation: Experiencing Functional Analytic Psychotherapy

4/16/2013
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Currently, the most talked about psychotherapies are known as third wave or third generation behavior therapies.

Duration: 00:57:11


Blind to Betrayal: Why We Fool Ourselves

4/8/2013
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People break our trust. People lie, mislead, and behave in ways that can violate both explicit contracts like marriage or presumptive contracts like friendship. Even institutions can betray us and hurt us in ways that impact our confidence. Betrayal is fundamental to the human condition, and yet because of betrayal blindness, it often goes undetected. We are vulnerable to not being able to identify repetitive, hurtful interactions that impact our self worth and our ability to have healthy...

Duration: 00:23:34


Special Encore Presentation: Talking Back to Dr Phil: Alternatives to Main

4/1/2013
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In the age of reality-TV-show-based interventions that attempt to "heal" everything from obesity and hoarding to infidelity and addiction, it is not difficult to find video footage of people being shamed into changing their behavior. In his book "Talking Back to Dr. Phil: Alternatives to Mainstream Psychology," David Bedrick challenges the punitive edge of pop psychology and introduces instead a love-based psychology to help us understand both our feelings and our behaviors. Tune in for an...

Duration: 00:51:14


The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us, Emotional Manipu

3/25/2013
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Why are patient, giving and selfless people inexorably attracted to selfish, controlling and narcissistic partners? Why does this pattern of attraction seem to repeat itself again and again? And why is it that these pairings often stand the test of time and develop into long-term, albeit dysfunctional and hurtful relationships? A new book, “The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us,” helps break down and de-mystify the forces at work that cause people to consistently...

Duration: 00:39:04


Special Encore Presentation: Getting Past Your Past: Taking Control of Your

3/18/2013
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During this episode of The Mary Waldon Show, we will learn about EMDR directly from world-renowned researcher and author Francine Shapiro, PhD. Dr Shapiro is the originator and developer of EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories and has been so well researched that it is recommended as an effective treatment for trauma in the Practice Guidelines of the...

Duration: 00:56:35


Experiencing Functional Analytic Psychotherapy

3/11/2013
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Currently, the most talked about psychotherapies are known as third wave or third generation behavior therapies. Many of these therapies are evidence-based, with randomized trials to support their efficacy. Research findings aside, there is a perception that behavior-based therapies can be overly mechanistic and dehumaninzing. This is a criticism that has no basis in regard to Functional Analytic Psychotherapy. Instead, FAP helps client and clinician develop a connection that serves as a...

Duration: 00:38:08


Your Turn for Care: Surviving the Aging and Death of the Adults who Harmed

3/4/2013
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As our population ages, people in their 40’‘s, 50‘s and 60‘s are caring for aging and ailing relatives. Rising healthcare costs, other financial stressors, diminished insurance coverage, improved healthcare that prolongs life are just some of the reasons that elderly care is becoming the responsible of relatives. But what if your elders didn’t take good care of you? What if they actually abused you or mistreated you? What if they harmed you? And now, they are old and sick, and you are...

Duration: 00:21:16


Talking Back to Dr Phil: Alternatives to Main Stream Psychology

2/25/2013
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In the age of reality-TV-show-based interventions that attempt to "heal" everything from obesity and hoarding to infidelity and addiction, it is not difficult to find video footage of people being shamed into changing their behavior. In his book "Talking Back to Dr. Phil: Alternatives to Mainstream Psychology," David Bedrick challenges the punitive edge of pop psychology and introduces instead a love-based psychology to help us understand both our feelings and our behaviors. Tune in for an...

Duration: 00:51:14