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CBT Radio brings you the latest in the cognitive and behavioral therapies, and other evidence-based psychotherapies. We provide content for professionals and consumers.

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  • CBT for Cancer Patients

    CBT for Cancer Patients

    07/03/2017 Duração: 48min

      Episode # 46   In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Scott Temple, PhD about CBT with cancer patients. Some of the items they discuss in this episode include:   The most salient psychological needs of cancer patients Eight organizing principles for a modern CBT  Combining validation strategies with guided discovery Addressing existential issues with CBT Unique considerations surrounding exposure with anxious cancer patients And, more!   Scott Temple, PhD Biography Scott Temple, PhD, is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine, and is part of the University of Iowa Palliative Care Team. He is on the faculty in the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Iowa and is also a founding fellow and a certified CBT trainer and consultant in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.   Episode-related links and resources  

  • Treating Suicidal Patients

    Treating Suicidal Patients

    06/09/2016 Duração: 48min

    Episode # 45   Running Time: 48:52   Podcast relevance: Professionals   In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. speaks with Thomas Ellis, PsyD about the treatment of suicidal patients. Some of the items discussed in this episode include: Whether no-suicide contracts are efficacious and whether they reduce liability Whether suicidality is best seen as a symptom of another illness Developments in the suicidology literature Our ability to predict suicide on an individual basis The important distinction between risk factors and warning signs Minimum competency standards for treating suicidal patients And, more!   Thomas Ellis, PsyD Bio   Thomas E. Ellis, PsyD, ABPP, is Senior Psychologist and past Director of Psychology at the Menninger Clinic, and Professor of Psychiatry in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas at Austin and his doctorate at Baylor University. He is a Fellow o

  • Training and Supervising Psychiatry Residents in CBT

    Training and Supervising Psychiatry Residents in CBT

    22/08/2016 Duração: 52min

    Episode # 44 Running Time: 52:30 Podcast relevance: Professionals In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Donna Sudak, MD about training and supervising psychiatric residents. Some of the items they discuss in this episode include: Historical overview of psychiatry training in evidence-based practice Problems with current training protocols in psychiatry Key suggestions for trainers of psychiatric residents to maximize their learning of CBT Obstacles to effective CBT training along with solutions Key findings in the supervision literature   Donna Sudak, MD Bio Donna M. Sudak, M.D., is Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Sudak is Director of Psychotherapy Training, and lectures widely about topics in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, including topics such as Cognitive Conceptualization, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and training residents in Psychiatry in Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Sudak is a graduate of the Medical College of Pennsylvania, and comp

  • Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

    Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices

    02/07/2016 Duração: 36min

    Episode #43 Running Time: 36:21 Podcast relevance: Professionals In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Shannon Wiltsey-Stirman, PhD about D & I. Some of the items they discuss in this episode include: The distinction between diffusion, dissemination and implementation What we currently know about dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices What one can do at an individual level to encourage dissemination of EBPs Important future directions for this literature   Shannon Wiltsey-Stirman Biography Shannon Wiltsey Stirman received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. She completed an internship at the VA Palo Alto Healthcare System, and returned to Philadelphia for postdoctoral training, where she received an NIMH-funded K99/R00 award to study implementation and sustainability of CBT in a partnership between Penn and the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and disAbility Services to implement cognitive therapy across

  • Misophonia

    Misophonia

    01/02/2016 Duração: 01h18min

    Episode #42 Running Time: 1:18:09 Podcast relevance: Professionals and Consumers   In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Tom Dozier, BCBA about Misophonia. In this episode they discuss: The diagnosis and treatment of Misophonia The history of this disorder How Misophonic symptoms differ from the sensitivities present in persons on the Autism Spectrum Resources for professionals and consumers, including websites and apps Tom Dozier, BCBA Biography Thomas H. Dozier is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Tom has researched misophonia and worked to develop treatments since 2012, and he has shown that Misophonia includes an acquired physical reflex to the trigger sounds which causes extreme emotions of rage and disgust (a conditioned emotional response).       He developed the Neural Repatterning Technique and the Misophonia Trigger Tamer app to deliver this treatment.  Tom is the director of the Misophonia Treatment Institute, which promotes misophonia research, treatment, and awareness.

  • Buddhist Psychology and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

    Buddhist Psychology and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

    10/01/2016 Duração: 35min

    Episode # 41 Running Time: 35:50 Podcast Relevance: Professionals   In this episode R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Dennis Tirch, PhD about Buddhist Psychology and CBT. They discuss: What Buddhist Psychology is Why Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists should be interested in Buddhist Psychology What aspects of Buddhism remain to be explored by Cognitive and Behavioral researchers/therapists And, much more! Dennis Tirch, PhD Biography   Dr. Tirch is the Founder and Director of The Center for Compassion Focused Therapy, the first clinical training center for Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) in the USA. Dr. Tirch is also the President of The Compassionate Mind Foundation USA – the North American wing of the training, research and development community for CFT. Dr. Tirch has been described as one of the country's foremost experts on CFT and the contextual psychology of compassion. He has dedicated his research and scholarship to bettering our understanding of how therapies like ACT and CBT can be strengthened a

  • Massimo Pigliucci, PhD on: Philosophy of Science for Psychological Scientists

    Massimo Pigliucci, PhD on: Philosophy of Science for Psychological Scientists

    18/10/2015 Duração: 43min

    Episode # 40 Running Time: 43:27 Podcast Relevance: Professionals In this episode R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Massimo Pigliucci, PhD about various Philosophy of Science matters including: Whether Philosophy of Science matters for the practice of science, including psychological science Objections raised by various scientists regarding the importance of Philosophy of Science, and Dr. Pigliucci's responses to those objections Whether Philosophy of Science makes progress What the demarcation problem is and the current status of the literature on demarcation How scientists and philosophers of science might optimize collaboration Massimo Pigliucci, PhD Biography Prof. Pigliucci has a Doctorate in Genetics from the University of Ferrara (Italy), a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Connecticut, and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee. He has done post-doctoral research in evolutionary ecology at Brown University and is currently the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at

  • Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT)

    Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT)

    10/10/2015 Duração: 51min

    Episode # 39 Running Time: 51:16 Podcast relevance: Professionals In this episode R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Thomas R. Lynch, PhD about Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT). Specifically, they discuss: The clinical indications for RODBT The importance of temperament when caring for treatment refractory populations Social signaling. What it is, why it's important and how it's targeted clinically RODBT's Neurobiosocial and Neuroregulatory model What radical openness is The differences between standard DBT and RO-DBT How to pursue training in RO-DBT   Thomas R. Lynch Biography Thomas R. Lynch is Professor of Clinical Psychology in the School of Psychology at University of Southampton. He was the Director of the Duke Cognitive Behavioural Research and Treatment Program at Duke University (USA) from 1998-2007. He is currently the Director of the Emotion and Personality Bio-behavioural Laboratory at the University of Southampton. Professor Lynch is the treatment developer of Radically Op

  • From Symptom to Synapse

    From Symptom to Synapse

    01/09/2015 Duração: 45min

    Episode #38 Running Time: 45:27 Podcast relevance: Professionals. Continuing education credit can be earned by listening to this episode. To learn more, please visit BehaviorTherapist.org In this episode R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Jan Mohlman, PhD about the Neurocognitive Perspective. Specifically, they discuss: What the neurocognitive perspective is and what it adds to traditional clinical work Challenging aspects of adding affective and cognitive neuroscience into clinical settings Emergent methodological and practice standards Patient perceptions of the approach How clinicians can pursue training in this perspective And more!   Jan Mohlman Biography Jan Mohlman, Ph.D. is Associate Professor at William Paterson University. Dr. Mohlman’s research seeks to explain how processes of aging (e.g., hearing loss, progressive brain disease, deficits in cognitive skills) impact the presentation and treatment of anxiety and other mood problems in later life.  Dr. Mohlman’s work also extends to treatment ou

  • The Nurture Effect

    The Nurture Effect

    07/02/2015 Duração: 01h01min

    Episode # 37 Running time: 1:01:37 Podcast relevance: Professionals and Consumers In this episode, Trent Codd interviews Anthony Biglan, Ph.D. the author of The Nurture Effect: How the Science of Human Behavior Can Improve Our Lives and Our World. Specifically, they discuss: how to create family, school, workplace, and community environments that nurture wellbeing the power a small set of core principles can have in preventing many mental health and behavioral problems why and how capitalism has evolved in a direction that has increased economic inequality and poverty Biography Anthony Biglan, Ph.D. is a Senior Scientist at Oregon Research Institute. He has been conducting research on the development and prevention of child and adolescent problem behavior for the past 30 years. His work has included studies of the risk and protective factors associated with tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use; high-risk sexual behavior; and antisocial behavior. He has conducted numerous experimental evaluations of interve

  • The Dodo Bird Hypothesis

    The Dodo Bird Hypothesis

    25/02/2013 Duração: 50min

    This episode is primarily relevant to professionals. In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Rob DeRubeis, PhD about the Dodo Bird Hypothesis.  Specifically, they discuss: What the Dodo Bird Hypothesis is The history of this research literature Whether all psychotherapies have roughly the same outcomes and where this notion comes from The role of allegiance in psychotherapy research And, more! ROBERT J. DERUBEIS, PhD BIOGRAPHY Dr. DeRubeis has been on the Penn faculty since his appointment as assistant professor in 1983 after receiving his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Minnesota. He has served as associate dean for the Social Sciences in the School of Arts and Sciences, and director of Clinical Training in the Psychology Department’s doctoral training program in Clinical Psychology. He is currently chair of the Department of Psychology. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 articles and book chapters on topics that center on the treatment of depression. He rece

  • The issue of co-morbidity in DSM-V Childhood Mental Disorders

    The issue of co-morbidity in DSM-V Childhood Mental Disorders

    07/05/2012 Duração: 35min

    DSM and the issue of co-morbidity in childhood mental disorders - a functional perspective and proposed solution This episode is primarily relevant to professionals and students. In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Ennio Cipani, PhD about the DSM system and it’s problem with co-morbidity.  They discuss a number of things including: The difference between a topographic and functional approach to diagnosis and treatment  How the functional approach might be an approach that escapes the DSM problem of co-morbidity  His functional diagnostic system  How an analysis of negative symptoms can have utility for a diagnostic system to discern chronic conditions    References related to this podcast: Functional Behavioral Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment (2nd Edition, 2011).  Cipani and Schock.  The issue of co-morbidity in DSM-V Childhood Mental Disorders: A functional perspective and proposed alternative diagnostic system. (2012, May 7). CBT Radio Podcast.   ENNIO CIPANI, PhD. BIOGRAPHY   Ennio

  • Dental Anxiety and Phobias: Trent Codd on WRES 100.7 FM

    Dental Anxiety and Phobias: Trent Codd on WRES 100.7 FM

    02/03/2012 Duração: 31min

    This episode is primarily relevant to consumers. R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., was interviewed by Orville Williams, DDS on “The Dentist is in the House!” The interview was recorded live as part of Dr. Williams’ weekly radio program focused on dental health.  The show aired 2-21-12 on WRES 100.7 - a radio station serving the Asheville, NC area.

  • Null-hypothesis Significance Testing: Benign or Malignant?

    Null-hypothesis Significance Testing: Benign or Malignant?

    09/01/2012 Duração: 41min

    This episode is primarily relevant to professionals. In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Marc Branch, PhD about Null-hypothesis Significance Testing (NHST). Topics they discuss include: Common misunderstandings about NHST  What p really is  Side effects of NHST  Logical problems with NHST  Reasons NHST remains prevalent despite the many known problems  Alternatives to NHST  MARC BRANCH, PhD BIOGRAPHY Dr. Branch is best known for directing one of the country’s active programs in behavioral pharmacology. He has conducted a long line of research on agents such as pentobarbital, d-amphetamine, and cocaine. His research has primarily been concerned with behavioral factors that influence whether and the degree to which tolerance develops in the face of repeated exposure. His work has been supported continuously for 30 years by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and has been published in flagship journals in both behavior analysis and pharma

  • What’s wrong with hot sauce?

    What’s wrong with hot sauce?

    08/11/2011 Duração: 29min

      This episode is relevant to consumers and professionals. In this episode R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., LPC interviews Ennio Cipani, PhD about the use of punishment with child behavior problems.  This episode was constructed as a service to parents and professionals following the well-publicized mother who appeared on the Dr. Phil show who resorted to making her step son drink hot sauce as a punishment.  A video clip of this can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frbg732G4ts They discuss a variety of topics related to the use of punishment including: Different types of punishment methods  Effects of punishment  Effective methods for addressing child misbehavior  Guidelines for determining whether a punishment has crossed the line to abuse  A strategy for dealing with sibling rivalry  And much more!    ENNIO CIPANI, PhD BIOGRAPHY   Ennio Cipani, Ph.D., a graduate of Florida State University, is a licensed psychologist  and a full professor at National University- Fresno. He has published numerous ar

  • How to select a CBT Trainer with Dr. Judith Beck

    How to select a CBT Trainer with Dr. Judith Beck

    06/09/2011 Duração: 10min

    This episode is primarily relevant to professionals. In this important discussion Dr. Judith Beck discusses important criteria agencies should consider when looking for and hiring a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy trainer. JUDITH S. BECK, PhD. BIO Judith S. Beck, Ph.D., is the Director of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, a non-profit organization in suburban Philadelphia that trains mental health professionals, nationally and internationally, in Cognitive Therapy. She is also Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. She received her doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1982 and currently divides her time among teaching and supervision, administration, clinical work, program development, research, and writing. Dr. Beck has written nearly 100 articles and chapters and made hundreds of presentations, nationally and internationally, on a variety of topics related to cognitive therapy. 

  • Function based diagnostics

    Function based diagnostics

    04/09/2011 Duração: 24min

    This episode is primarily relevant to professionals. In this episode R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Ennio Cipani, PhD about his function based diagnostic system.  Specifically, they discuss: Function versus topography  An overview of his function based diagnostic system  The utility of a function based diagnostic system  The advantages of a function based diagnostic system relative to the DSM taxonomy    ENNIO CIPANI, PhD BIOGRAPHY   Ennio Cipani, Ph.D., a graduate of Florida State University, is a licensed psychologist  and a full professor at National University- Fresno. He has published numerous articles,  chapters, instructional materials and books (available from amazon.com, search Cipani)  including Classroom management for all teachers: Evidence-based practice (3rd edition, 2008) and Punishment on  Trial (2004). He has given many workshops and continuing education courses focusing on the effective  management of problem child behavior. Dr. Cipani has been doing in-home and  school based behavi

  • Boys Town

    Boys Town

    10/05/2011 Duração: 27min

    This episode is relevant to professionals and consumers. In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Patrick C. Friman, PhD about Boys Town.  Some of the  items discussed include: The history of Boys Town  The behavioral underpinnings of the Boys Town approach to intervention  The Teaching Family Model  Clinical outcomes realized at Boys Town  PATRICK C. FRIMAN, PhD BIO Dr. Patrick C. Friman is Director of Clinical Services at Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home (Boys Town) and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Nebraska School of Medicine.  He also served as Director of Clinical Training and Associate Chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Nevada at Reno and formerly held faculty positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, and University of Kansas Schools of Medicine.  He is an internationally recognized expert in the application of behavior analytic methods to behavioral medicine.  

  • Memory and psychotherapy: An interview with Elizabeth Loftus

    Memory and psychotherapy: An interview with Elizabeth Loftus

    05/05/2011 Duração: 25min

    This episode is primarily relevant to professionals. In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Elizabeth Loftus, PhD about her research.  Some of the items they discuss include: An overview of her research program  The misinformation effect  The relationship between one’s confidence in a memory and it’s accuracy  How false memories are constructed  Implications of her work for psychotherapy  ELIZABETH LOFTUS, PhD BIOGRAPHY Dr. Loftus attended UCLA and originally majored in Mathematics. Dr. Loftus was planning on being a math teacher when she discovered psychology while attending UCLA. In 1966, she received her Bachelor of the Arts in Math and Psychology from UCLA. After graduating from UCLA Dr. Loftus enrolled at Stanford in the Master's program. While attending Stanford, Dr. Loftus became interested in long term memory. There is a story that Dr. Loftus mentions in, The Myth of Repressed Memory, having to do with her mother's death. Some 20 years after her mother drowned in a swimming pool her

  • Detecting landmines and tuberculosis: Real world applications of behavioral psychology

    Detecting landmines and tuberculosis: Real world applications of behavioral psychology

    07/04/2011 Duração: 28min

    This episode is relevant to professionals, students and those with an interest in the real world applications of the science of human behavior. In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., interviews Alan Poling, PhD about his work training African giant pouched rats to detect landmines and tuberculosis.  Some of the items they discuss include: The extent of the world’s landmine problem  Why it’s advantageous to train rats to detect landmines and tuberculosis relative to other procedures  The behavioral procedures involved in training rats for this work  The economic impact of his work in this area  And more!  ALAN POLING, PhD BIOGRAPHY Dr. Poling received his B.A. in 1972 from Alderson-Broaddus College, his M.A. in 1974 from West Virginia University, and his Ph.D. in 1977 from the University of Minnesota. He joined the faculty at Western Michigan University in 1977 and earned the rank of Professor of Psychology. Dr. Poling began serving as an Interim Associate Dean in the College of Arts of Sciences in 200

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