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Episode 20 – Moving forward

In the final episode of Season 3, Michael has a conversation with Dr. Nancy McWilliams in order to respond to a listener submitted question.  Nancy McWilliams teaches at Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology and has a private practice in Flemington, NJ. She is author of Psychoanalytic […]

Episode 19 – Listener submitted topic: Clinical Imperfection

This week, Michael is joined by Dr. Jane Tillman to discuss her research about suicide.  Jane G. Tillman, PhD, ABPP is the Evelyn Stefansson Nef Director of the Erikson Institute for Education and Research at the Austen Riggs Center, a long-term psychiatric hospital and treatment center in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. A board […]

Episode 18 – Suicide

This week, Michael discusses the development of the float lab at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR) with Dr. Justin Feinstein.  Dr. Feinstein is the director of the LIBR Float Clinic & Research Center, which “…is interested in understanding the intimate connection between the body and the brain, and […]

Episode 17 – Floating

In this episode, Bradly Brummel, PhD helps explain the what IO psychology is and the application of psychological principles to the work place.  Dr. Brummel has been a faculty member of the Psychology Department at the University of Tulsa for 9 years, and has pursued research topics such as: Professional Development Coaching, Simulation […]

Episode 16 – Industrial & Organizational Psychology

We kick off the third season of POE with a fantastic conversation about the problems within our process of publishing research that often interferes with disseminating information accurately to the public. Dr Chris Ferguson joins Michael for a conversation about how research is made int he behavioral sciences.  Dr Ferguson is a […]

Episode 15 – Psychology’s PR Problem

This week, Michael is joined by the PsychTech Podcast co-hosts, Kelli Dunlap, PsyD and Josué Cardona.  Kelli is the first repeat guest for POE, having first joined on Episode 05 for thediscussion about Video Games.  Kelli is a doctor of clinical psychology and currently a Fellow in the Masters of Game Design […]

Episode 14 – Virtual Reality

This week, Michael had the good fortune of discussing training from the perspective of the overarching accrediting and regulating bodies that help shape the current best practices for training. Sharon Berry, PhD, LP, ABPP Director of Training and Site Lead. Dr. Berry earned a PhD in clinical psychology from the […]

Episode 13 – Becoming A Psychologist Pt 3

Michael sits down with his colleague and friend, Tim McCurdy, PsyD to discuss the experience of being a supervisory psychologist involved in the training of soon to be psychologists in the art of therapy. Tim McCurdy, Psy.D., HSPP, is a Clinical Psychologist and Director of Child and Family Services at […]

Episode 12 – The Supervisors’ Water Cooler… (AKA Becoming a ...

This week’s show marks the first in a series designed to explore the grueling, in someways, never ending process of becoming a psychologist.  The first guest is a former supervisee and colleague, Jordan Heroux, M.A.  Jordan is a predoctoral psychology intern at the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, American Lake […]

Episode 11 – Becoming A Psychologist (Pt 1)