Podcasts & More
Robert Karp on Redlining and Lead Poisoning
MultimediaScott Kushner on the History of Crowd Control
MultimediaHeather Rowan-Kenyon and Mandy Savitz-Romer on how Covid-19 upended college counseling
MultimediaElizabeth Lanphier on the Translational Work of Bioethics
MultimediaJennifer Hochschild and David Beavers on Covid Conspiracy Theories
Sahanika Ratnayake on the Philosophical Issue with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Our guest today is Dr Sahanika Ratnayake - a philosopher of psychiatry and medicine, whose work focuses on talking therapy. She is interested in what constitutes evidence for talking therapy, the ethics of therapy and the integration of therapy into healthcare...
Clara Humpston on the prism of truths in Schizophrenic impossibilities
How can clinicians differentiate the "impossible" world a person with schizophrenia lives in, without denying its existence as a lived experience? Clara Humpston helps us understand the "prism of truths in impossibilities" she details in her recent paper...
Brian Earp on Addictive Love
Can love be an unhealthy addiction? If you can't kick the habit (or heartbreak) cold turkey, can science help? On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Brian Earp. Dr. Earp is the Associate Director of the Yale-Hastings Program in Ethics and Health Policy at Yale...