Psychology and Torture

Thursday, October 17, 2013
Dr. Pamela Brewer talks with Dr. Bryant Welch about the use of psychologists and psychological principles in the creation of torture techniques during war. A clinical psychologist and attorney, Dr. Welch is adamantly opposed to the use of psychological techniques to harm anyone...and points to the doctrine all medical/mental health professionals are trained under...to do no harm.
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As Sick As Our Secrets

Thursday, November 28, 2013
Perhaps most notable is that this story of one man’s addiction – is the story of Dr. Steven Farber who specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases for over twenty-five years. Dr. Farber talks about his life in an open, honest and clear manner. There are multiple lessons to be learned from his story – no one, not even a physician, is infallible. If you have a question/concern about someone’s behavior, even your doctor – ask. Drug use/abuse crosses all economic lines – AND that there can be healing. If Dr. Farber’s story strikes home for you – use his story and today as a way to begin your own path to healing.
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Mental Health in the Military

Thursday, January 23, 2014
Pamela Brewer talks with psychologist, Dr. Roy Clymer, who directed a treatment program for military personnel, particularly those experiencing PTSD. After over 10 years of experience at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, DC. , Dr. Clymer has much to share.
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