The Behavioral Corner

The Behavioral Corner

The Behavioral Corner “where healing happens,” is a podcast dedicated to informing and educating the community by utilizing the widest range of topics, expert guests, latest news, and research spanning the field of behavioral health. The BehavioralCorner will serve as a digital doorway featuring podcasts, videos, blog posts, and interactive engagement with the audience. Our goal is to arm people with the facts and answer the questions surrounding the healthcare issues confronting us all. Simply put, The Behavioral Corner seeks to be a central point, a place to learn, share, and educate ourselves as we work our way to a safer and healthier life. A place where “healing happens.”

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August 15, 2022 35 min

Dr. Beth Daly, an Anthrozoologist at the University of Windsor, studies the relationships between humans and animals. It’s more complicated and interesting than you think. Join us this time on the Behavioral Corner.

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If you’re looking to fix a leaky pipe or a flat tire, it’s pretty simple work. What if the problem is your mental health? How to find the right therapist for you?  Dr. Doug Polster, COO of The Thriving Center of Psychology, is with us this time on the Behavioral Corner with solid info on making this important decision and making it wisely.

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People recover from illnesses routinely. From substance abuse disorder to some forms of cancer, people “recover.” What about mental illness? Do people suffering from depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder recover? Stacey Magee of Retreat Behavioral Health’s mental health division, Synergy Health Programs, joins us to discuss the many treatments available for people dealing with mental health issues as they search for some recover...

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There’s no telling what might come up at Paul Brown’s barbershop. Paul, host of the podcast “It’s Always Personal in Philadelphia,” the topics range from sports, and the weather to PTSS, as in “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome.” We’re at the barbershop this time on the BehavioralCorner.

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As marijuana legalization spreads across the country, Laura Sack believes the public must learn what’s at stake. As CEO of Johnny’s Ambassadors. she seeks to remind us that today’s “flower” is not your father’s weed.

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July 11, 2022 28 min

In this episode of the Movie Mavens, Grace Shober and Maggie Hunt from Retreat Behavioral Health look at Denzel Washington’s troubled pilot struggling with substance abuse issues in his film “Flight.” Buckle up for the Behavioral Corner. It’s a bumpy ride.

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Ketamine, once known mainly as an 80’s “club drug,” is slowly emerging as a treatment for anxiety and depression. Michael Bridges, Psychologist, Ph.D., is our guest this time on the BehavioralCorner. Dr. Bridges is our guide on this Ketamine “Trip.”

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Author Sara Manning Peskin’s “A Molecule Away from Madness: Tales of the Hijacked Brain” is a harrowing examination of the human brain, its mysteries, and its potential for disruption. She joins us on the Behavioral Corner with the story of what we know and are learning in neuroscience.

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Michael Gray founder of the Fentanyl Awareness Coalition joins us for the final episode in the BehavioralCorner’s fentanyl series. Michael’s warning is clear: fentanyl is poisonous and lethal, and it’s everywhere.

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As we learn more about the brain, new tools emerge for the treatment of depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and even smoking addiction. Dr. Christopher Jako, Ph.D., CEO of BrainsWay, joins us to discuss his company’s leading-edge technology in treating these disorders via deep TMS.

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Marlyse Williams and Jim Rauh were strangers brought together through grief. Both have lost children to fentanyl. They join us on The Behavioral Corner for our continuing series on the danger of this deadly poison.

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In the second of our series on the dangers of fentanyl, Stephanie Hellstern, and Ed Kolobis, both members of the Fentanyl Awareness Coalition, join us on the Behavioral Corner.

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Steve K.D. Eichel, a psychologist, helps people deal with their sexual problems, everything from intimacy issues to porn addiction. Sex, this time on The Behavioral Corner.

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The nation’s opioid crisis has undergone what Michael Gray, founder of The Fentanyl Awareness Coalition, calls a paradigm shift. This shift has altered the picture of drug overdosing to include not just substance abusers but almost anyone experimenting with illegal street drugs.

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May 9, 2022 27 min

There are many paths to a life of substance abuse. Garry Moore was born into one. Surrounded by drugs growing up, the child of bikers, Garry (and his father before him), found a path to sobriety. So can you. Learn how this time on the Behavioral Corner.

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Bill Stauffer, Executive Director of PRO-A, takes us on a journey of discovery. The subject; Moral Injury. What is it, and how can it be managed? Join us this time on the Behavioral Corner.
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At our Centennial Anniversary, the Behavioral Corner looks back at the people and events that have contributed to our understanding of the struggles and triumphs shaping our behavioral health. This time on the Behavioral Corner, the anatomy of a podcast about everything.

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From Retreat Behavioral Health, Grace Shober and Maggie Hunt review the film “Four Good Days,” the story of a mother and daughter and their battle with substance abuse disorder. The Movie Mavens, this time on The Behavioral Corner.

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This time on the Behavioral Corner; “We all get angry, and that’s ok. It’s the behavior that follows that’s the problem.” So says licensed Anger Management therapist Arlene Foreman. She explains how Will Smith should have reacted that night in Hollywood.

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Megan Foont, Clinical Therapist with Retreat Behavioral Health, has married her two great passions, art and helping others, into a career using art as a therapeutic tool for sobriety and better mental health.

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