Welcome the New Year with me and my guest Michael Cornwall sharing personal stories and thoughts about what makes for a good life. Too much anger or numbness? Too much guilt, shame and anxiety? Not enough love? We want to inspire you to make the most of the coming year.
Australian/American psychologist and lawyer Dr. Bob Jacobs presents a radical approach to parenting and education in dramatic contrast to what those words usually mean. He starts from the premise that people are essentially good and non-violent, and ultimately know what’s good for themselves. It makes for very interesting back and forth about human nature and practical applications to parent-teacher-child relationships.
Lyle Murphy is the founder of Alternative to Meds Center in Sedona, Arizona, the only licensed residential treatment program that focuses on psychiatric drug withdrawal. Lyle tells his unique, courageous story about overcoming psychosis and then explains how his center works and how others can build one. I hope this show will inspire people around the world to think about what they can do to start a residential center for psychiatric drug withdrawal. It is one of the most important needs in the field of health today.
Nightmarish social control becomes a medical reality. My guest Michael Cornwall blows the whistle on probable FDA approval of a lobotomizing antipsychotic drug with a microchip that tells authorities whether you have really swallowed it. The brutal personal and societal implications are staggering.
You may not heard of Suzanne Beachy–she represents untold millions of mothers who have lost their children due to psychiatry’s failure to offer beneficial, caring human services, and indeed due to psychiatry’s opposition to them. Listen to Suzanne’s first radio appearance, feel comforted and feel inspired, and understand that informed and determined parents are key to successful psychiatric reform. …
Paul J. Caplan PhD and I begin with the latest news flash on what works for “schizophrenia.” Then we critically examine the concepts of “mental illness” and “treatment,” and ask ourselves “From youngsters having a breakdown to veterans returning from war, what do all people really need in order to heal?” A show that tells the truth about all of us.
Educational psychologist Michael Corrigan EdD debunks ADHD and offers solid suggestions on what our children really need in school and at home. We range over many emerging alternatives from “flipping the classroom” to charter schools, and fallacies in testing academic progress.
From Ireland, Terry Lynch MD tells how he changed his professional life to really help people in emotional distress. He explains how psychiatrists delude themselves rather than face the reality that they are telling lies. A very thoughtful man.
Journalist Danielle Egan and I document the tragic truth about Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for depression, and about psychosurgery past and present.
Danielle is a courageous, brilliant journalist, well-armed with facts, who has personally interviewed victims of these technological abuses.
A positive, loving approach to helping children and adults in therapy, education and everyday life. Howard Glasser and his Nurtured Heart Approach are transforming thousands of lives around the world. Hear us talk about how you can bring out the best in yourself and others.