Broadcasts/Podcasts

MyNDTALK - From Charm To Harm

Thursday, September 11, 2014
Know What's True and Protect Yourself

"From Charm to Harm will empower you to recognize and describe the psychological destruction wrought by an intimate partner who claims to love you. It will provide you with ways to protect yourself and your loved ones in current and future relationships. Determine if your mate is emotionally abusive, the effects on you, and how you may be enabling the abuse. Find out how and why charm turns to harm when one partner has a deep-seated need to control the other partner. Discover why people abuse their lovers, why their lovers allow it, how it happens, and its aftermath. Learn how easy it is to get caught up in the oppressive cycle of emotional abuse and how you might be contributing to your own suffering. Learn how to stand up to an abusive partner, get treatment for both partners, and make the choice to leave or stay in the relationship. From Charm to Harm will help you stop the cycle of emotional abuse and claim your right to be loved and respected by your mate."
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MyNDTALK - Now Why Did I Do That?

Friday, September 5, 2014
Joseph Burgo and Pamela Brewer discuss various types of defense mechanisms we engage in every day life.  This show is for anyone who has ever said to him/her self or others 'Now why did I do that?
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MyNDTALK - The Good Life

Thursday, September 4, 2014
Join Dr. Brewer for her conversation with psychotherapist and author, Graham Music, about the creation, pursuit and maintenance of a good life. Learn about current research regarding altruism and empathy. Learn about the importance of stillness and hope for a future of good! 


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Shame: the torment you feel when you’re exposed, humiliated, or rejected; the feeling of not being good enough. It’s a deeply painful and universal emotion, yet is not frequently discussed. For some, shame lurks in the unconscious, undermining self-esteem, destroying confidence, and leading to codependency. These codependent relationships—where we overlook our own needs and desires as we try to care for, protect, or please another—often cover up abuse, addiction, or other harmful behaviors. Shame and codependency feed off one another, making us feel stuck, never able to let go, move on, and become the true self we were meant to be. Learn the steps to freedom from shame and codependency as Dr. Brewer talks with Darlene Lancer, author of "Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps To Freeing The True You
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Join Dr. Brewer and her guest, Dr Robert Wicks, Author of Perspective - The Calm Within The Storm. In a world where living in the moment is often considered the least desireable place to be; in a world where allowing yourself to be fluid and compassionate is often frowned upon, Dr. Wicks offers a way to reduce your stress, increase your emotional strength and lighten the often anxious, negative load so many of us carry.
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The Psychology of Theft and Loss

Dr. Brewer talks with author, Dr. Robert Tyminski as he "explores the many dimensions of stealing, and in particular how they relate to a subtle balance of loss versus gain that operates in all of us. Our natural aversion to loss can lead to extreme actions as a means to
acquire what we may not be able to obtain through time, work or money." A fascinating intertwining of myth and reality, the unconscious and the conscious - that 'what's true' and what we want to be true...

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MyNDTALK - Stay!

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Dr. Brewer talks with the author of Stay! - Jennifer Michael Hecht, about suicide - the  personal experiences that led to her research and a look at suicide across the ages. " Hecht’s approach to attach the survivor with society is quite powerful. She has accomplished what she sets out to do from page one: to convince the person contemplating suicide to 'consider the arguments (for not taking one’s own life) and choose to stay. After that, anything can happen. First, choose to stay.'”
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Dr. Brewer talks with Keith R. Wyche, author of Good Is NOT Enough - And Other Unwritten Rules For Minority Professionals.  In recent decades, corporate America has gotten better at recruiting minority talent. But despite their education and hard work, too many African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans still find unique obstacles on the path to senior management. And there are too few minority mentors available to help them understand and overcome these challenges.

Keith R. Wyche, a division president at a Fortune 500 company, is the perfect mentor for ambitious minority businesspeople at all levels. His book is filled with thought-provoking insights and practical advice based on his own experiences and those of the many people he has counseled.
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The Good Life ?! 

Join Dr. Brewer for her conversation with psychotherapist and author, Graham Music about the creation, pursuit and maintainence of a good life. Learn about current research regarding altruisim and empathy. Learn about the importance of stillness and hope for a future of good!
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Meet the man behind "Prosecutors Gone Wild" and "The Definitive Dossier of PTSD in Whistleblowers", Michael Volpe, who has invested thousands of hours in talking with whistleblowers and working to make their stories known. 

Dr Pamela Brewer talks with Michael about some of the cases he's covered and his personal committment to helping whistleblowers tell their stories.
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