Today I speak with Dr. Rachel Rubin, a board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist. She has made it her mission to address fears people have about addressing the biology that underpins apathy toward sex. I ask Dr. Rubin about the bias in the clinical counseling field to focus A LOT on psychological and emotional issues when it comes to low desire and low libido.
Spirituality does not shrink and fold itself tightly into the pages of a how-to manual. But Russell Siler Jones' book, Spirit in Session: Working with Your Client’s Spirituality (and Your Own) in Psychotherapy. guides therapists to feel more competent having spiritual conversations.
Last summer, Curry, a senior scientist at the Center for Biological Diversity, immersed herself in 108 rivers across the U.S. in order to bring attention to the state of water quality and it’s vital role in our own health and sustainability.
I speak to Dr. Lesley Tate-Gould, a psychotherapist that uses Somatic Experiencing (SE) to help people overcome trauma. SE was developed by Peter Levine, and like IFS therapy, deviates from the norms of traditional talk therapy and its typical cognitive and rational focus.
Today I speak with Dr. Daniel Siegel, founder of Interpersonal Neurobiology, about the mind and how Internal Family Systems (IFS) may function in the brain.
Brian Lagerstrom is a rising star in the among the many food channels on YouTube. He shows people how to make food from his many years as a professional chef and baker.
"You can make world class dough with a bowl and a spoon. Truly. That’s all you need."
The James Webb Space telescope launched from Earth recently and promises to unlock some of the deepest mysteries of the universe.
Today I speak with astronaut veteran of 5 space flights and former NASA science administrator, John Grunsfeld.
I speak with Ken Liu, author of The Paper Menagerie, a short story swept the Hugo, the Nebula, and the World Fantasy awards. In his fantasy series The Dandelion Dynasty, the heroes are engineers, not wizards. Liu's work translating many Chinese sci-fi authors into English has helped many of these authors become huge successes in the U.S., most notably Liu Cixin’s The Three-Body Problem. Ken says his fiction often projects East Asian history and culture onto the backdrop of the modern American...
Dave Ungrady has been a man on a mission to tell the story of U. of MD basketball star Len Bias, who died of a cocaine overdose two days after he was drafted to the Boston Celtics in 1986. Next week Len Bias will finally be inducted into the NCAA Hall of Fame. We talk about the comparisons between Bias and Michael Jordan and former U.S. Drug Zhar Robert DuPont’s statement that Len Biases overdose from cocaine was the single most important date in U.S. history of drug abuse next to the founding...