Welcome to psychology for the rest of us. Host Dr. Monica Johnson takes the science of psychology and makes it both entertaining and relatable. Using a sympathetic ear and evidence-based research, she explains the ‘why’ behind emotions like joy, anger, fear, trust, and anxiety, and helps you better understand the relationships you form with your friends, family, coworkers, and yourself. Seeking a healthier emotional life? It’s time to bring a trained psychologist and mental health expert alo ...
Manage series 8802
著作 America's Web Radio の情報はPlayer FM及びコミュニティによって発見されました。著作権は出版社によって所持されます。そして、番組のオーディオは、その出版社のサーバから直接にストリーミングされます。Player FMで購読ボタンをタップし、更新できて、または他のポッドキャストアプリにフィードのURLを貼り付けます。
Join Dr. Scot Bay every Wednesday night at 7PM while he discusses Psychiatry and mental health with guests. Scot Bay, MD is Board Certified in Psychiatry, and has a private practice in Roswell, GA. He majored in Psychology at the University of Rochester and attended medical school at New York Medical College. He completed his residency in Psychiatry at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City. He was clinical director of an outpatient clinic at St. Vincent's Hospital in Harrison, New York until 1995 when he moved to Columbus, GA, where he was in private practice and was an assistant medical director at the Bradley Center of St. Francis. He moved to the Atlanta area in August of 1998. Dr. Bay specializes in the evaluation and management of mood and anxiety disorders. He has lectured all over the Southeast regarding practical and innovative uses of psychiatric medications, and also has participated in clinical research regarding novel uses for current medications as well as potential new medications. Dr. Bay is concerned with helping America's Web Radio listeners cope better with stress, and feel well emotionally. He also strives to reduce the stigma in the general public regarding mental illness and psychiatric treatment by debunking myths, discussing news stories relating to mental health issues, and giving a balanced explanation of media reports on the latest developments in medical research. Listeners to “Psychiatry Today” will hear useful tips on how to reduce the impact of stress on their lives and how to achieve better emotional well being.