Oct 3, 2020
Kathryn de Bruin, LMFT joins Deb & Nao for a fascinating mix of personal stories and neuroscience. She helps us understand how the strategies we develop as infants continue to serve us throughout our lives---and how we can change the bits that are no longer helping.
Sep 12, 2020
When you add social media to the list of dopamine-inducing options that beckon us, it's hard to find anyone who hasn't experienced the pull of addiction. Therapist and film producer Hope Payson, LICSW joins us to unpack the complexities of addiction, and offers a path to recovery through a modern lens.
Aug 23, 2020
In this lively conversation, Dr. Suzanne Iasenza explains why we shouldn't let a theory developed by researchers in 1957 define our sexuality today. She offers hope to couples who want to transform their sexual relationships whilst working on or maintaining their emotional connection.
Aug 2, 2020
Award winning filmmaker Bao Nguyen joins us to talk about his inspiration for the Bruce Lee biopic Be Water. From his own experience as the child of Vietnamese refugees to the blatant racism of the 1960's, Bao helps us understand the many factors that contribute to our views of self and others. Deb and Nao explain...
Jul 13, 2020
In 1986 the unimaginable happened to the Bias family when their basketball phenom son Len died from an accidental overdose that sparked the Reagan era war on drugs. Less than four years later tragedy struck again, this time claiming their beloved son Jay. In the years since, their mom Dr. Lonise Bias became an agent...