Archive for March 2013

My guest Gayle Rozantine, PhD exemplies and lives what it means to be a therapist.  Working with returning combat soldiers and their families, she describes the impact of war on everyone who is touched by it, and devotes herself to providing thoughtful, caring, and innovative services.  Meet Gayle and learn about many frontier empathic therapies at our upcoming conference April 26-28, 2013 in Syracuse

BAM!  The fed's billion dollar Brain Activity Mapping project.  Neuroscience at its best? Listen to my highly informed guest Jon Rappoport as we talk about psychiatry in the service of social control.   The political left and right are turning to psychiatry as means for controlling violence.  Listen, learn and then link to my latest blog, "Never Again!"

My guest is Aletha Solter, PhD and her book is Attachment Play. It's so much fun, I read parts of it on the air.  Play your way to your child's heart. It works better than punishment and harsh words.

This is the most difficult and most heartfelt radio interview I have ever conducted. I talk with the surviving wife and the surviving mother of Tony Orban, an outstanding soldier and police officer driven to tragic violence and then to suicide by the antidepressant Zoloft (sertraline). As Tony’s medical expert I grew to know and to care about him and his family. A poignant reminder of the human cost of violence induced by psychiatric drugs.

The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour
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