Starting Strength is the bestselling book on the most fundamental and effective approach to strength training ever written. Mark Rippetoe hosts Starting Strength Radio where he discusses topics of interest, primarily to him, but perhaps also to you.
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In the DBSA Wellness Wheel podcast, DBSA staff Maria Margaglione, Programs Director, and Hannah Zeller, Programs Manager discuss areas of the Wellness Wheel and their journey towards wellness. In this inaugural episode, DBSA interviews expert Dr. Holly Swartz who is a member of DBSA’s Scientific Advisory Board and a former Klerman Award winner, to find more about the Physical realm of wellness. The conversation touches on the importance of implementing a routine for good mental health. Swartz explains to listeners we all have an internal “body clock” that works 24-hours to help us attune to our environments, and how this can be particularly important for individuals who live with depression and bipolar. Dr. Holly Swartz is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed her psychiatric residency training at New York Hospital / Cornell University School of Medicine. Dr. Swartz’s research focuses on understanding and optimizing psychosocial interventions for mood disorders. She is well known for her work evaluating Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy as treatments for depression and bipolar disorder. She is the author of over 100 publications, co-editor of the book, Bipolar 2 Disorder, Recognition, Understanding, and Treatment, and Editor of the American Journal of Psychotherapy. Dr. Swartz has held leadership positions for national and international professional organizations including President of the International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Treasurer of the International Society of Bipolar Disorders. She is actively involved in teaching the next generation of clinicians and researchers about mood disorders, disseminating information about effective treatments, and providing training in evidence-based psychotherapies.