Podcasts

DBT in the Era of Trump (2 of 4) – Episode 69

Donald Trump’s presidency has been challenging in so many ways for so many individuals and families. In the next two podcasts I will draw from DBT for perspective on the situation and to spell out strategies to cope with Trump-associated adversity.

DBT in the Era of Trump (1 of 4) – Episode 68

Donald Trump’s presidency has been challenging in so many ways for so many individuals and families. In the next two podcasts I will draw from DBT for perspective on the situation and to spell out strategies to cope with Trump-associated adversity.

Living with cancer (part 4 of 4) – Episode 67

Seth Axelrod, PhD., is a Professor of Psychology at Yale University and Director of DBT services there.  He is a trainer and consultant in DBT for Behavioral Tech.  He was the recipient of the Cindy Sanderson Outstanding Educator Award in November, 2019, given by the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of DBT (ISITDBT).

AND he has lived with and battled with a “bad” kind of Cancer for the past six years, continuing into the present.   He will join me for the next three podcasts to talk with me (and all of us) about his experiences of Cancer and how he has used DBT, among other things, to cope.

Living with cancer (part 3 of 3) – Episode 66

Seth Axelrod, PhD., is a Professor of Psychology at Yale University and Director of DBT services there.  He is a trainer and consultant in DBT for Behavioral Tech.  He was the recipient of the Cindy Sanderson Outstanding Educator Award in November, 2019, given by the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of DBT (ISITDBT).

AND he has lived with and battled with a “bad” kind of Cancer for the past six years, continuing into the present.   He will join me for the next three podcasts to talk with me (and all of us) about his experiences of Cancer and how he has used DBT, among other things, to cope.

Living with cancer (part 2 of 3) – Episode 65

Seth Axelrod, PhD., is a Professor of Psychology at Yale University and Director of DBT services there.  He is a trainer and consultant in DBT for Behavioral Tech.  He was the recipient of the Cindy Sanderson Outstanding Educator Award in November, 2019, given by the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of DBT (ISITDBT).

AND he has lived with and battled with a “bad” kind of Cancer for the past six years, continuing into the present.   He will join me for the next three podcasts to talk with me (and all of us) about his experiences of Cancer and how he has used DBT, among other things, to cope.

Living with cancer (part 1 of 3) – Episode 64

Seth Axelrod, PhD., is a Professor of Psychology at Yale University and Director of DBT services there.  He is a trainer and consultant in DBT for Behavioral Tech.  He was the recipient of the Cindy Sanderson Outstanding Educator Award in November, 2019, given by the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of DBT (ISITDBT).

AND he has lived with and battled with a “bad” kind of Cancer for the past six years, continuing into the present.   He will join me for the next three podcasts to talk with me (and all of us) about his experiences of Cancer and how he has used DBT, among other things, to cope.

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