Feeling alone, frustrated, confused? Thinking of throwing in the towel? Founded on the belief that you can realize your dream of becoming a doctor with your sanity, health, and relationships intact, the Happy Doc Student Podcast delivers weekly inspiration through academic wisdom and esoteric insight. It's no secret the doctoral journey is a difficult one, but you're not alone; join us and put more JOY in your journey!
What is more important in your life than your health and wellness?
Jill Thiry obtained her MBA from the University of San Francisco and spent decades in high-tech publishing. 9/11 and a transformative week-long stay at Rancho La Puerta in 2002 changed everything. Her work has evolved into an 8-step process that allows you to create easily identified tasks in a way that ensures desired change. Club Change is a place where participant...
Learn tips, tricks, and techniques for transitioning from coursework to capstone project.
Dr. Michelle Whitman holds an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education and her research interests include servant leadership and teacher efficacy.
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1. Read, read, read in your topic area because it takes time to become an e...
Vanessa Corcoran earned her Ph.D. in medieval history from The Catholic University of America and is currently an advising dean at Georgetown University.
In this episode we discuss her new book: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint: My Road to the Marathon and Ph.D.
1. Understanding the intricacies of a doctoral program
2. Recognizing when the voice of doubt is more than imposter syndrome
3. The importance of p...
In this episode, I chat with Dr. Alison Miller about the importance of boundaries, productivity, and working in a way that really works for you.
Alison received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois Chicago. She is an entrepreneur who has built three successful businesses, including the Dissertation Coach in 2000. The Dissertation Coach has helped thousands of graduate students finish their doctoral dissert...
On this episode, I welcome William Hall, a nursing educator and doctoral candidate pursuing a DNP at Aspen University.
A DNP is an applied terminal degree in nursing (versus a PhD in nursing).
“Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.” John Maxwell
1. Decide what is important to you: Cost, accreditation, success rates, support.
2. Request information and confirm the program you are considering is a logical step on your ...
In this episode, I continue the conversation with Dr. Leonard Cassuto, professor of English at Fordham University.
Be sure to listen to episode #53: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/9484429
1. Tenure-track jobs are diminishing, so if we teach doctoral students to want those jobs above all other jobs, we are teaching them to be unhappy.
2. As a doctoral student you MUST be the CEO of your education (and where it ...
In this episode, Dr. Max Lempriere discusses the Imposter Syndrome, perfectionism, and the need for community.
Max has a PhD in political science from the University of Birmingham. As the owner of the PhD people, he has created an online community platform that offers guidance, mentorship, support and training to students from all around the world.
1. Imposter syndrome is real. Very, very real (oh, and not just among d...
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Are you too good at getting things done for your own good?
Working harder does not mean working smarter!
Do you feel like working so much is getting in your way of experiencing joy?
1. You can never get everything done - staying in a hypercompetent mode will result in you getting less and less done (you know it is true!)
2. Possible d...
Dr. Megan Just-Mancini shares how we can A.C.E. not just parenting, but navigating the current state of the world.
“All behavior is an expression of a need.”
Megan is a Registered Psychologist who supports individuals and families affected by mental health-related challenges. She has experience working with diverse groups in the United States and Canada in educational, in-patient, out-patient, and private care settings.
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In this episode Dr. Jerry Fu shares a 5-step framework for dealing with difficult conversations.
Dr. Angie Holzer received her EdD in Leadership and Learning with a specialization in Organizational Leadership from Aspen University. Her paper “Fighting Human Trafficking by Better Understanding Nonprofit Collaboration” showcases some of this research and was published in the August 2021 issue of the Aspen Journal of Scholarly Research.
In today’s episode, Angie shares her doctoral journey and how it equipped her with the skills s...
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Madelaine Weiss is a Harvard-trained licensed psychotherapist and board-certified in executive, career, and life coaching. A Mindset Expert, while she was writing her book: “Getting to G.R.E.A.T.: A 5-Step Strategy for Work and Life based on science and stories” she became fascinated in decision-making and how our decisions shape our lives.
1. Words are...
In this episode, Dr. Chanda Nicole Holsey shares how a devastating life event, combined with a solid education, great mentorship, and a healthy dose of networking formed a non-traditional and incredibly rewarding career.
Chanda received her BA in Psychology from SDSU, her MPH from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, and completed a Doctorate of Public Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She has over...
Rosa I. Arriaga received her PhD in psychology from Harvard University. She currently serves as the Associate Chair of Graduate Studies in the school of interactive computing at the Georgia Institute of technology.
“Those who can teach and those who care become administrators.”
“Be true to yourself and nothing in excess”
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Support is a critical factor for degree completion but a good network can do so much more than just get you to the finish line. In this episode we talk about the power of advocating for yourself, communicating with your network, and the power of conferences.
1. Take stock of your tribe – who can you rely on for what? Communication is key here.
2. Be tactical.
3. Be ok with change.
4. Be aware of the need of bou...
Scholarly Writing is a skill that requires practice – this podcast gives you tips and techniques to hone this critically important skill.
“The magic of writing is the magic of discovery.”
“Writing is intercourse…there's other people involved and there's an intimacy and, a need for connection...”
“Writing is communication without you being in the room…it all has to be there on the page.”
“Good writing is like good bricklaying. ...
Today’s episode focuses on the importance of having a systematic note-taking system. It might sound rudimentary, but it truly is the key to your success.
Dr. Jen Robinson received her MA in Applied Linguistics and TESOL from Ohio University and her Ph.D. in Education from Washington State University. She has over two decades of experience as a K-12 and university English as a second language teacher. Jen has served as an adjunct fo...
Both Drs. Michael Stewart and Kelly Olson Stewart received their EdDs from Arizona State University. Michael and Kelly got married and started a family and then decided to pursue their doctoral degrees on this episode they share insights about how to not just survive but thrive when there is a doctor in the house!
Debra Woog obtained her MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. She is a Crisis Navigation Partner™ with over 30 years of experience as a leadership researcher, executive, and advisor. The Boston Globe profiled Debra for her outstanding abilities to select talented candidates, motivate and develop employees, and resolve conflicts between people as well as between organizations. Her work has been featured in publications like F...
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.