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Chicago Psychology Podcast

Chicago Psychology Podcast

Author: Scott Hoye

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The Chicago Psychology Podcast is a unique conversation about psychology in the city of Chicago and around the world. Your hosts Dr. Scott Hoye and licensed clinical professional counselor Kyle Miller talk about psychology with mental health practitioners and experts to keep you informed about issues and trends in the industry. They also discuss mental health advocacy and work towards reducing the stigma of mental illness. Self, community, and quality of life: it's all about psychology. When you listen in, you might find yourself learning a bit more about yourself along the way!
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On episode 30 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Kyle and Scott talk with Ryan Maher. Ryan is a licensed and board-certified psychotherapist in Chicago and the founder of Inner World Therapy. Ryan specializes in working with adults who experienced developmental trauma. He works from a Jungian, depth psychology perspective, and is an affiliate member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago.   Ryan discusses his growth into the world of therapy and becoming a depth psychologist. Along the way he touches on dream interpretation, transpersonal psychology, unconscious processing and hypnosis.   https://theinnerworldtherapy.com   The C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago
On episode 29, Dr. Dan Brown, Ph.D. joins Dr. Hoye to discuss dissociation, trauma and attachment theory.  Dr. Brown is Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and has served on the faculty for over 38 years. He is a senior meditation master, Dr. Brown has trained and taught with top Indo-Tibetan Bon & Buddhist lamas for more than 48 years, including lineage holders from some of the great schools of Buddhism. An author of 24 books and has testified in over 200 child abuse cases and served as an expert witness for prosecutors at the International War Crimes Tribunal. Dan discusses dissociation, trauma and attachment disorders based on his work with the team that that organized the Three Pillars model of attachment treatment.  This treatment is an integrative model of psychotherapy, based on many modalities and theories, including hypnosis, mentalization treatments, and collaborative approaches for working with patients.   
On episode 28 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Dr. Hoye speaks with Dr. Michael Yapko, PhD. Dr. Yapko is a well-respected author and trainer of clinical hypnosis. He is the author of Tranceworks, a authoritative textbook on clinical hypnosis that is used in many academic settings.  Dr. Yapko discusses his interest in and development as a psychologist who uses hypnosis as a main modality in psychotherapy. He also discusses his work on the treatment of depression. We also cover the topic of hypnosis and mindfulness, and the differences and similarities between the two and their uses in therapy. In 2020, Dr. Yapko will be offering a 100-hour training in the Chicago area in conjunction with Loyola Medical Center in Maywood, IL.
On episode 27 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast Kyle Miller interviews Christopher LeMark, the impact therapy has had on his life, and his role as a mental health advocate. Christopher LeMark is a Hip Hop artist, a Mental Health Advocate, and the owner and of Coffee, Hip Hop and Mental Health.   
On episode 26, Kyle and Scott speak with Dr. Suzana Flores about her experience presenting at comic cons to promote her book, Untamed:  the Psychology of Marvel's Wolverine.  Suzana joined us on episode 6 earlier this year. Dr. Flores talks about how her book has touched people's lives, allowing them room to heal as victims of traumatic experiences. She describes what it is like to be on a discussion panel at a comic convention, and how her book has transformed her life and her ability to reach a larger audience to provide growth and healing as a psychologist.  Show notes and links are at www.chicagopsychologypodcast.com on the episode page.  Thank you for listening! ~Kyle & Scott
On episode 25 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Dr. Hoye speaks with Margot Esther Borden. Margot is a counseling psychologist living in Mumbai, India. Margot is a transpersonal and integral psychotherapist who incorporates spirituality, breath work, and hypnosis into her practice. She works primarily with individuals online.   They discuss her book Psychology in Light of the East. This book was developed out of her own spiritual journey, as well as her development as a psychotherapist. Margot also gives a preview of an upcoming talk on transhumanism at the EUROTAS conference in Paris this September.   Since they both have connections to India, she and Dr. Hoye touch on our own experiences of living and traveling in the subcontinent.
On episode 24 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast Dave Clayton, Ph.D. discusses Ericksonian hypnosis and psychotherapy. Dave is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and has a practice in Wood Dale, IL. He also trains therapy students in Mexico and Guatemala to provide therapy for trauma survivors in the war-torn regions of those countries.   Dave discusses his early days as a counseling and therapy student in Chicago's Ravenswood neighborhood, his experience of sitting at the feet of Milton Erickson in seminars in the 1970s, and his work in Mexico and Central America. He also describes the hypnotic technique he uses for PTSD.
On episode 23 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Scott talks with Alex Pattakos, Ph.D. Alex is a founder the Global Meaning Institute, a think tank with bases in Canada, Greece, and the USA. Scott and Alex discuss his career trajectory, starting in medicine and mental health in US Army and Chicago, his meeting with Viktor Frankl, and how this changed the course of his work from smaller systems change and innovation, to a grander scope of working systemically to spark meaning in the world.  
On episode 22 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Kyle speaks with Krysta Dancy about birth trauma and trauma-informed care.  Krysta is a marriage and family therapist in Roseville CA. She works in private practice, with a focus on trauma care for post-birth difficulties and PTSD. She is also the director and supervisor of a counseling collective, and she is also a presenter and trainer. Kyle and Krsyta discuss various aspects of trauma and the research around trauma and birth. Krysta also shares her perspective of trauma treatment modalities including hypnosis, EMDR, and Brainspotting. Krysta Dancy's Website Krysta Dancy's Teaching Schedule
On episode 21 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast Kyle Miller interviews Jay Zawaski about his life and experiences with therapy.   Jay Zawaski is the executive producer of the Bernstein & McKnight Show on 670 The Score and co-hosts the I'm Fat Podcast. He is the owner/host of The Madhouse Hockey Podcast, and is a DJ on Gimmie Country.   Kyle and Jay discuss what it was like for him to grow up in his family and how he evolved into the man he is today. Jay talks about his experience trying to “fit in” in his family and with his peers growing up and then making strides to understand and accept his true self. He shares about how therapy helps him continue to grow and evolve. He also has some advice for people seeking therapy services and tells us what qualities mattered most for him in his therapist.   Kyle and Jay also touch base on family dynamics, men’s difficulties expressing emotions, and how this can play out and be helped in psychotherapy. This is a conversation between two friends that will be engaging for the consumer as well as the mental health professional.  
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