Kradl: Podcast recommendations for your interests. (2023)


Kradl: Podcast recommendations for your interests. (1)

Drs Debbie Sorensen, Yael Schonbrun and Jill Stoddard


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March 29, 23

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We are three clinical psychologists sharing insights into psychology that can help you thrive in your work, your relationships, and your health.

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March 29, 2023

296. Money and Love with Abby Davisson
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When it comes to money and love, both are inextricably linked. Whether it's settling down, starting a family, or embracing a new job opportunity, our financial situation and relationships always play a role. Fortunately, with the expert guidance of our guest Abby Davisson, co-author of the brilliant article Money and Love: An Intelligent Roadmap for Life's Biggest Decisions, we are able to navigate these difficult waters with grace, ease, and confidence. Using Abby's 5Cs framework, she offers guidance on finding a harmonious balance between love and money. Using research-based insights and real-world examples, we learn to make holistic, values-based decisions that are financially sound and emotionally fulfilling. So let's dive in and discover the simple and practical steps to make strategic decisions that produce better results without having to jeopardize your professional or personal life. Book co-authored by Abby and Myra StroberThe 5C Framework for Making Great Money and Love DecisionsWhat mimetic desire is and why you should be aware of itThe importance of identifying your core values ​​to help you align your decisions with those valuesExamples, how to decide Fairly Who Does What in a Relationship Using the 5Cs as a Guide, "Money and Love: A Smart Decision Roadmap" Most Important Things in Life": Abby DavissonAbby Davisson is a leading expert in social innovation and professional development. She most recently spent nine years at global retailer Gap Inc., where she served as president of the Gap Foundation and co-founded the company's parent company's employee resource group. For more information, see his book " Money and Love: An Intelligent Roadmap for Life's Biggest Decisions” at For press information, visit Related episodes: 142. FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) with Patrick McGinnis176. Fair play with Eve Rodsky206. Fair play part 2 with Eve Rodsky217. Redefining wealth with Shannon Hayes238. Values ​​in times of transition (with us)249. How to be single and happy with Jenny Taitz291. Finding Freedom from Regrets with Robert LeahLearn more about your ad options. Visit

March 22, 2023

295. Buyers Beware: Pseudoscience and the Wellness Industry, featuring Pooja Lakshmin

When it comes to self-help, it's important to be wary of information that sounds too good to be true. Especially in today’s world of digital wellbeing influencers, where there is a lot of misinformation out there that could do more harm than good. Therefore, it is important to research products and services thoroughly before making a decision or committing. To raise awareness of this topic, we (Debbie, Jill and Yael) have teamed up to co-host an episode dedicated to this very important conversation. We also invited Pooja Lakshmin, board-certified psychiatrist and author of Real Self-Care: A Transformative Program to Redefine Well-Being, to discuss the nuances of pseudoscience and what it means to practice real self-care. Expect evidence-based self-care methods, as well as tips on how to conduct your consumer due diligence. Listen and Learn: What led Pooja to make some pretty drastic decisions in her own quest for self-care and true self-care. The idea of ​​using "pauses" when making decisions and setting boundaries. PsychologyExamples of Scientist Misconduct Warning Signs of False Self-Care Tip: We can easily be influenced in problematic ways: Depletion/Decision Fatigue ControversyBooksQuick Fix: Why Fad Psychology Can't Cure Our Social Illnesses by Jesse SingalGospel of Wellness: Gyms, Gurus, Goops, and the False Promise of Self-Care by Rina RaphaelAmerican Detox: The Myth of Wellness and How We Can Really Cure It by Kerri KellyThink Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know Why Adam Grant vs. Empathy: The Case for Rational Compassion by Paul Bloom Podcasts Preservation Phase with Spirituality The Diary: Women Have Been Misled About Menopause On Self-Care by Pooja Lakshmin. In 2020, she founded Gemma, a physician-led women's mental health platform focused on impact and equity. She also maintains a private practice, treating women struggling with burnout and perfectionism, as well as conditions such as depression and anxiety. Her new book we want to talk about, Real Self-Care: A Transformative Program for Redefining Wellness (crystals, cleanses and bubble baths not included) is now available. Related episodes: 65. Self-care, kindness and the good life with Kelly Wilson105. The Self-Care Recipe with Robyn Gobin113. Self-Compassion for Parents with Susan Pollak201. Heartfelt condolences to Kristin Neff262. Hope and values ​​in dark times with usLearn more about your advertising options. Visit

March 15, 2023

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294. Yes E: Improvisation in Psychology with Kelly Leonard

Let's talk about the magic that improvisation is, or what we cool kids call "improvisation". It is an art form that aims to unleash your creativity and act without a script or plan. Of course, you may have heard of a comedy act before, but improvisation goes much deeper. From acting to business to mental health, improvisational skills can be applied to many areas of life. Enter Kelly Leonard, Vice President of Creative Strategy, Innovation and Business Development in Chicago's infamous Second City. Anyone who has produced hundreds of original revues for decades, starring comedians such as Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey and Seth Meyers (to name a few), has a unique understanding of behavioral science through the lens of improvisation. Through his career and his book Yes And, we have learned to use improvisation to better adapt, empathize, communicate, trust and work together. We are reminded that saying yes to new ideas and experiences stimulates creativity and can lead to positive outcomes. From deepening our relationships with others by practicing active listening and learning to accept and appreciate new ideas, no matter where they come from. It also teaches us to think for ourselves and work together to find innovative solutions to problems. Listen and Learn: How Stephen Colbert wrote an abstract for Kelly's book, Yes, and: How Improvising No, But Reverses Thinking and Enhances Creativity and Collaboration. Why so many successful comedy performers come from improv backgrounds. working together The idea of ​​the 'yes and' exercise Why Kelly prefers to use the word 'team' or 'team' Positive impact of improvisation on caregiver distress and depression and helping to create a psychologically safe environment? Improvisation can be used in therapy If improvisation were an animal, which animal would it be? your copy of Yes, And: How Improv Reverses Not-But Thinking and Enhances Creativity and Collaboration: /9780062248541Check Visit The Second City's website:'s Getting to Yes and listen to the podcast: Kelly LeonardKelly Leonard is Executive Director of Applied Learning and Improvisation from Works of the Second City. His book Yes, And: Lessons from The Second City was critically acclaimed by HarperCollins in 2015 and praised by Michael Lewis in Vanity Fair, who described it as " excellent guide to the lessons taught in Second City, labeled "City Improvisation." Kelly is a popular speaker on the power of improvisation to transform people's lives. He has performed at the Aspen Ideas Festival, The Code Conference, TEDx Broadway, Chicago Ideas Festival, the Stanford Graduate School of Business and for companies such as Coca Cola, Microsoft, Twitter, Memorial Sloan Kettering and DDB Worldwide Kelly has partnered with the University of Chicago Booth School's center for decision research, The Second Science Project, to create an initiative that Seeing behavioral science through the lens of improvisation.He also hosts the Getting to Yes, And podcast for Second City Works Radio and WGN, which features interviews with scientists, authors, and leaders such as Brene Brown, Adam Grant, Michael Lewis, Lindy West, Ash Carter and Amy Edmondson contains . . For more than twenty years, Kelly led Second City's live theater departments, where she helped direct original productions featuring talent such as Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers, Steve Carell, Keegan Michael Key, Amy Sedaris, Adam McKay and others create . In 2019, the Arts Alliance Illinois presented Kelly and his wife, Anne Libera, with a Creative Voice Award. Learn more about your ad options. Visit

March 08, 2023

293. Quote with Annie Duke

Quitting is often seen as a sign of failure, but in some cases it can be the best decision. Whether it's quitting a bad habit, an unhealthy job, or an unhealthy relationship, it's always important to know when to do it. it inspires us to feel empowered and proud when we decide to quit. She encourages us to embrace the freedom and opportunity that comes when we know when to let go and move on to something better. So let's be bold and have faith in our decision to quit smoking and enjoy the journey of growth and self-discovery that follows. Listen and Learn: Annie's thoughts on Tom Brady's repeated retirement. Value Decisions The sunk cost fallacy and some ways we can use Asso Teller's monkey and socket tool to give up the growth mentality and give up goals Resources: Learn more about Annie's work on her website: Get Your Copy Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Quit: Alliance for Decision Education: /Connect with Annie on Twitter or Instagram from Poker Heads-Up. Annie's previous book, Thinking in Bets, is a national bestseller, and her latest book, Quit: The Power of Know When to Walk Away, is nothing short of transformative, in our humble opinion. We are here today to talk about quitting smoking. Related episodes: 211. Subtraction with Leidy Klotz200. Growing grit with Angela Duckworth291. Finding Freedom from Regrets with Robert LeahyLearn more about your ad options. Visit

March 1, 2023

292. Adult daughters of narcissistic mothers with Stephanie Kriesberg

Growing up with a narcissistic parent can be incredibly difficult and painful. The emotional instability of the relationship can erode self-esteem, making it difficult to trust others and form healthy relationships. Additionally, the lack of constant support and affection can lead to feelings of insecurity and fear of abandonment. Let our guest, Dr. Stephanie Kriesberg, a clinical psychologist and author of Adult Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers: Calm the Critical Voice in Your Head, Heal the Doubts, and Live the Life You Deserve. Through her research into narcissistic parenting, Stephanie has focused her work on helping adults live healthier, happier lives. If you had a childhood with a narcissistic parent, let Dr. Guide Kriesberg through the difficulties of this complex relationship so that you can live your life on your own terms. The Relationship Between Daughters And MothersThe Key Characteristics Of NarcissismHow Narcissism Affects Father-Son DynamicsWhat Is GaslightingHow Growing Up In A Home With A Narcissistic Mother Affects Other Relationships Within The FamilyExamples Of The Patterns Adult Women Raised With A Mother Become Narcissistic Mothering Grief For The Father You Had Versus The Father You Wanted Setting Boundaries With A Narcissistic Mother Heal Your Doubts And Live The Life You Deserve at our bookshop site: /30734/9781648480096 Dr Stephanie Kriesberg Dr Stephanie Kriesberg brings more than 25 years of experience to her practice. He has extensive training in the treatment of anxiety disorders and the use of clinical hypnosis. She recently had the honor of being elected President of the New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis. She is the author of Adult Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers: Calm the Critical Voice in Your Head, Cure Doubts, and Live the Life You Deserve. Related episodes: 98. Narcissism with Avigail Lev and Robyn Walser226. ACT for perfectionism with Jennifer Kemp250. Fear and Perfectionism with Clarissa Ong257. The gift of normality with Ron Siegel263. Relationships with emotionally immature people with Lindsay Gibson274. Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood with Satya Doyle ByockLearn more about your ad options. Visit

February 22, 2023

291. Finding Freedom from Regrets with Robert Leahy

We have all experienced a sense of regret at some point in our lives. It can be deep sadness and disappointment as we realize how we could have done things differently, or a sense of guilt or shame we feel when we make a mistake. Regret is a powerful emotion that can drive us into a spiral. However, it is possible to go further and not get caught up in the feeling of despair. Speaking of your remarkable guide If Only...: Finding Freedom from Regret, we're honored to be able to thank renowned psychologist and founder of the American Institute of Cognitive Therapy, Dr. Roberto Leahy, allowed to join. As we explore the impact of regret, Robert gives us insight and hands-on practice on how it can be used as a valuable tool to create opportunity and make our decisions more productive. Listen to understand and manage regret so it doesn't control your life. Listen and Learn: What is Repentance? Using the Concept of Multiple Selves to Avoid Regretful Choices How Different Choice Styles Lead to More or Less Regrets What Distinguishes Productive Regrets from Unproductive Regrets Regret is a dominant experience in today's world. The denial exercise. The Importance of Risk Assessment when Dealing with Regrets of Choice TEDx Talk Mentioned in this episode: Grab your copy of If Only. ..: Finding Freedom from Regret: About Robert L. Leahy Robert L. Leahy is the founder and director of the American Institute of Cognitive Therapy in New York City, and a clinical professor of psychology in Psychiatry from Weill Cornell Medical College and Past President of the Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and the International Cognitive Therapy Association. He is the recipient of the Aaron T. Beck Award for Outstanding Contributions to CBT, is the author of 29 books, and is a frequent speaker and presenter at workshops around the world. His new book is If Only...Finding Freedom from Regret. Related Episodes: Episode 48. Practical Wisdom with Barry Schwartz Episode 130. Working Less with Alex Pang Episode 211. Subtraction with Leidy Klotz Episode 226. ACT for Perfectionism with Jennifer Kemp Episode 232. No Fly with Brad Stulberg Episode 242. Four Thousand Weeks with Oliver Burkeman Episode 257. The Gift of the Ordinary with Ron Siegel Learn more about your ad options. Visit

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February 15, 2023

290. Shared Sisterhood: Collective Action for Racial and Gender Equality at Work mit Tina Opie und Beth Livingston

To make our world a more harmonious and equal place, we must take the time to build bridges across race and gender differences. This can be challenging, but it is an essential step in breaking down prejudice, reducing tension, forging deeper connections, erasing inequalities, and building respect, trust, and greater understanding between all people. dr Tina Opie and Dr. Beth A. Livingston, co-author of Shared Sisterhood, How to Take Collective Action for Racial and Gender Equity at Work, joins us in this episode to talk about how they promote racial and gender justice in organizations. His groundbreaking book provides leaders and individuals with effective guidance and tools on how to create a safe and equitable work environment. Learn why gender justice cannot be achieved without also fighting for racial equality, and how we can move beyond individual solutions to collective action to effectively bridge the gap. Hear first-hand stories and get practical advice on how we can work together across challenging departments and develop collaborative approaches that can transform the workplace and our lives. Listen and learn: What brought Beth and Tina together as friends, colleagues, and co-authors The history of the gap between black and white women The inauthenticity surrounding the conversation about racism The flaws of feminist movements What feminists and white women must adapt to Common Sisterhood and What It Offers The three step process for people to build common sisterhood / More information about the Opie Consulting Group: https://www.opieconsultinggroup. com/about-tina-opie Visit Tina's website: Visit Beth's website: Connect with Tina on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Connect with Beth on Instagram, Twitter and FacebookAbout Tina Opie and Beth A. LivingstonDr. Tina R. Opie is Associate Professor of Management at Babson College and an award-winning professor, researcher and consultant. A frequent speaker, she has advised on major corporations in the financial services, entertainment, media, beauty, education and healthcare sectors. His research has appeared in journals such as O Magazine, Washington Post, Boston Globe, and Harvard Business Review, and has been published in numerous academic journals. dr Beth A. Livingston is Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Iowa's Tippie College of Business. She is a researcher, speaker and consultant working with large corporations and non-profit organizations. His research has appeared in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, and NPR, and has been published in several leading academic journals. Together they are co-authors of Shared Sisterhood, How to Take Collective Action for Racial and Gender Equity at Work (Related Episodes: 281). Belong to the unknown and share bridges with Geoffrey Cohen96. Effective Conversations on Diversity with Anatasia Kim and Alicia del Prado169. Microaggressions, psychological inequalities and racial trauma with Monnica Williams185. Good Guys: Allies in the Workplace with Brad Johnson and David Smith256. Education for Social Justice with Traci Baxley262. Hope and values ​​in dark times with us265. The power of emotions at Karla McLaren279. ACT to Heal Black Racial Trauma with Jennifer Shepard Payne273. A Fairer Future with Dolly ChughLearn more about your advertising options. Visit

February 08, 2023

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289. Happy with Jonah Paquette afterwards too

Finding happiness in our lives can be difficult. After all, life is unpredictable and we all face our own challenges. However, it is possible to find happiness even in difficult times. Clinical psychologist Jonah Paquette specializes in the science of well-being and is dedicated to helping us understand the importance of positive psychological principles in achieving happiness. Building on what he learned in his book, Happy Even After: Daily Practices for Regaining Joy After Hardship, Heartbreak, and Heartbreak, Jonah offers us practical exercises to increase our "emotional fitness," reduce pain, and Build resilience, even in difficult times. Whether you are facing a challenging life situation or just want to know how to cultivate more happiness and peace, this episode will show you practical steps to make it happen. Listen and learn: How we can expect to find happiness in the face of suffering, pain, or heartbreak Why Jonah uses the term "emotional fitness" and how this skill can help you through difficult times Differentiate between happiness and toxic positivity practices to Helping you cultivate emotional skills What wonder is and how it relates to happiness How we can access the experience of wonder in difficult times Creative ways to find connection when you're feeling most isolated Resources: Learn about Jonah: Sign up for Jonah's newsletter: Check out Jonah's books: Happy Even After: Daily Practices for Regaining Joy After Hardship , Heartbreak, Heartbreak and Wonder: How Embracing Wonder Can Make You Happy , Healthy, and More Connected Pick up your copy of all our favorite books at, including Yael's new book Work, Parent, Thrive! Jill to access his offerings, sign up for his newsletters, purchase his books, etc. About Jonah Jonah Paquette, PsyD, is a psychologist, author, and speaker specializing in the science of wellness and emotional fitness. He is the author of four books including Happily Even After, Awestruck, The Happiness Toolbox and Real Happiness. Jonah's writing aims to provide readers with practical, research-based strategies for promoting greater wellbeing and connectedness in our daily lives. In addition to his clinical work and writing, Jonah provides training and consulting for wellness organizations and conducts professional workshops for physicians both nationally and internationally. He is a sought-after media figure who has appeared regularly in print, online, on the radio and on podcasts. To learn more about Jonah and his work, visit Related episodes: 281. Sharing belonging in uncertainty and bridging with Geoffrey Cohen97. The new happiness with Matthew McKay192. Happier with Tal Ben-Shahar227. The Science of Happiness with Sonja Lyubomirsky122. Enjoy the good stuff with Rick Hanson280. Choose to grow with Scott Barry Kaufman211. Subtraction with Leidy Klotz275. Working, being a father, being successful with Yael Schonbrun251. Find out with Frank KeilLearn more about your advertising opportunities. Visit

February 1, 2023

288. The funny habit with Mike Rucker

We all want to live a fun and fulfilling life, but the hustle and bustle of everyday life can leave us feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. That's why it's so important to make time for fun as an adult, too. From reducing stress to improving relationships to improving mental and physical health, making time for fun activities can transform many aspects of our lives. Mike Rucker, an organizational psychologist, is here to share his best practices for embedding habits into our daily lives. Using the scientific evidence from his book, The Fun Habit: How the Pursuit of Joy and Wonder Can Change Your Life, we find out why it's good to have fun and what fun habits you can develop to make life more enjoyable . So let's dive in and learn why fun is an essential part of life not just for kids but for adults too. Listen and learn: Fun: What is it about? As busy adults, how do we prioritize fun? The importance of remembering fun experiences The question of friendship versus parenthood Developing and maintaining fun habits The Rucker-PLAY model Adding more fun to our friendships Resources: For more information on creating fun habits, visit Mike's website: https : //michaelrucker. com/Visit to purchase The Fun Habit: How the Pursuit of Joy and Wonder Can Change Your Life. Get your copy of all our favorite books at bookstore .org/shop/offtheclockpsych, including Yael's new book Work, Parent, Thrive! Visit Debbie, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more. About Mike Rucker Dr. Mike Rucker is an organizational psychologist and a founding member of the International Association for Positive Psychology whose work has been published in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management and Nutrition Research. His thoughts on fun and health have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Fast Company, The Telegraph, Psychology Today, Forbes, Vox, Thrive Global, mindbodygreen, and others. He was named one of the Top Ten Digital Change Makers by the Society for Healthcare Information and Management Systems and currently serves as a Senior Leader in Active Wellness. Similar episodes: 99. Make the most of your time with Laura Vanderkam130. Working less with Alex Pang192. Happier with Tal Ben-Shahar247. Find your unicorn room with Eve Rodsky251. Miracles with Frank Keil271. Growing adult friendships with Adam DorsayLearn more about your ad options. Visit

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287. Think, act, be with Seth Gillihan

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a powerful practice that has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety. But while CBT can help provide short-term relief, it doesn't always create lasting changes. For this reason, many mental health professionals combine CBT with another technique: mindfulness. By combining the two practices, we can begin to make long-term improvements in our behavior, thoughts, and attitudes. Peace, is the author and psychologist Seth Gillihan. Seth offers a model of new and practical strategies that build on traditional CBT techniques to overcome our ability to control negative thoughts and take the right steps to live in the present and enjoy life. Tune in to learn how these powerful practices can open a new avenue for healing. Listen and Learn: Seth's experience sharing much of his personal struggle with mental health in his book What Mindfulness Can Do To Help Transcend The Limits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Someone Who May Be Resistant to Psychiatric Acceptance versus Passivity Seth's Thoughts Medication as a form of mental health treatment The relationship between cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and engagement of mental health therapy Resources: Learn more about Seth here: Check out Seth's podcast: https://sethgillihan .com/podcasts/ Pick up your copy of all our favorite books at /offtheclockpsych, including Yael's new book Work, Parent, Thrive! Visit Debbie, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more. About Seth Gillihan Seth Gillihan, PhD, is a licensed psychologist specializing in mindful cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). He was a full-time faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania from 2008 to 2012 and taught at the Haverford College Department of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania from 2012 to 2015. He is the author of several books on mindfulness and CBT, a therapy consultant with the self-therapy app Bloom, a medical reviewer for Everyday Health, and a host of the Think Act Be podcast. Related episodes: 80. Meditation for the Restless Skeptics with Jeff Warren257. The gift of normality with Ron Siegel207. Burnout with Debbie and Jill280. Choose to grow with Scott Barry KaufmanLearn more about your ad options. Visit

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