We address the challenging and controversial issues facing our society from a psychological and psychiatric perspective, and the implications for clinical practice. Hosted by psychologist Eyrn Parks, PhD, with co-hosts: child and adolescent psychiatrist Toshia Yamaguchi, MD, adult psychiatrist Joshua Poole, MD, and child and adolescent psychiatry fellow Alan Atkins, MD. Let's Get Psyched is produced by Elliot Fong in the studios of KUCR 88.3FM, on the campus of University of California, Riverside. Production assistant: Yasmine Dakhama, MS4. Socials: Sofi Hall, MS3. Logo: Nathan Rogers, MD.
#158 - Clinical Interviewing Strategies with Dr. Shawn Shea (Part 1)
29:50Dr. Shawn Christopher Shea joins us for Part 1 of clinical interviewing strategies. He has developed an extensive training program and has taught thousands of clinicians to achieve mastery in the art and technical skill of clinical interviewing. He is a thoroughly engaging speaker who takes seriously his role as a healer with the opportunity to save people's lives. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia, Al Guest: Shawn Christopher Shea, MD Resources: https://suicideassessment.com/ CASE Approach online courses
#157 - The CASE Approach to Suicide Assessment with Dr. Shawn Shea
43:18Early in his career, Dr. Shea discovered that two clinicians interviewing the same patient managed to gather vastly different information relevant to the patient's suicide risk. It led to the development of the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events to reliably arrive at the patient's actual intent and risk for suicide. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia, Al Guest: Shawn Christopher Shea, MD Resources: https://suicideassessment.com/ CASE Approach online courses
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#156 - Sex Trafficking Case Studies
46:03Warning: This episode involves discussions of abuse, violence, and victimization. It may not be suitable for children and may trigger powerful emotions and/or memories of trauma. Support is available through the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888 and online at thisishumantrafficking.com. We have a very powerful discussion on the tactics used by sex traffickers and the path to justice from the perspective of FBI Victim Specialist Anne Darr. We developed this show with Anne Darr to promote awareness during National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. We hope it educates listeners on the challenges and complexities around investigating and uncovering such crimes. Sex trafficking is a serious national and global problem, which has led to millions of victims. We are deeply thankful for the work of Anne Darr and her commitment to helping people escape from sex trafficking and reclaim their life. With contribution from UCR psychology intern, DeAndrea Knight. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia, Al Guest: FBI Victim Specialist Anne Darr, M.A. NCC
#155 - How to Spot Sex Trafficking
32:30Warning: This episode involves discussions of abuse, violence, and victimization. It may not be suitable for children and may trigger powerful emotions and/or memories of trauma. Support is available through the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888 and online at thisishumantrafficking.com. For National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, Victim Specialist at the Denver Division of the FBI, Anne Darr, joins us to talk about how to notice victims of sex trafficking and the vulnerabilities that perpetrators exploit. She also discusses a phenomenon similar to "Stockholm Syndrome," in which victims of trafficking appear to support the people harming them. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia, Al Guest: FBI Victim Specialist Anne Darr, M.A. NCC
#154 - Humanism in Medicine with Dr. Harvey Chochinov
37:42Dr. Chochinov returns to the show to dive into the patient dignity question, the platinum rule, and how biases in the healthcare system can impact both patients and providers. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia Guests: Harvey Max Chochinov, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Yasmine Dakhama, MS4 References: Chochinov HM. The platinum rule: a new standard for person-centered care. J Palliat Med. 2022;25(6):854-856. doi:10.1089/jpm.2022.0075 Chochinov HM. The Platinum Rule: A New Standard for Person-Centered Care. J Palliat Med. 2022 Jun;25(6):854-856. doi: 10.1089/jpm.2022.0075. Epub 2022 Feb 25. PMID: 35230173; PMCID: PMC9145569. Chochinov HM, McClement S, Hack T, Thompson G, Dufault B, Harlos M. Eliciting Personhood Within Clinical Practice: Effects on Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2015 Jun;49(6):974-80.e2. doi: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2014.11.291. Epub 2014 Dec 17. PMID: 25527441. Chochinov HM. Dignity and the essence of medicine: the A, B, C, and D of dignity conserving care. BMJ. 2007 Jul 28;335(7612):184-7. doi: 10.1136/bmj.39244.650926.47. PMID: 17656543; PMCID: PMC1934489.
#153 - Dignity Therapy with Dr. Harvey Chochinov
37:45We explore Dr. Harvey Max Chochinov's work on dignity therapy, its application in practice, and ways we can enhance humanism in medicine. Dr. Chochinov is a psychiatrist and researcher in palliative and end-of-life care. Our discussion also touches on burnout and systemic challenges the field of medicine faces. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia Guests: Harvey Max Chochinov, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Yasmine Dakhama, MS4 References: Website to learn more about online dignity therapy training workshops: https://dignityincare.ca/en/ Chochinov HM, Hack T, Hassard T, Kristjanson LJ, McClement S, Harlos M. Dignity therapy: a novel psychotherapeutic intervention for patients near the end of life. J Clin Oncol. 2005 Aug 20;23(24):5520-5. doi: 10.1200/JCO.2005.08.391. PMID: 16110012.
#152 - Pharmaceutical Research Tricks with Dr. Daniel Carlat
30:18Be on the lookout for outcome manipulation! Pharmaceutical companies are important innovators, but they are businesses first. In this episode, renowned pharmaceutical critic, Dr. Daniel Carlat, gives us tips on spotting common research methods used to bias findings. Hosts: Al, Toshia Guests: Daniel Carlat, MD, Yasmine Dakhama, MS4
#151 - From Dr. Drug Rep to Psych’s Biggest Pharma Critic with Dr. Daniel Carlat
30:32Renowned psychiatry professor Dr. Daniel Carlat details his journey from pharmaceutical spokesperson to receiving legal threats from pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Carlat gets candid about his transformation and his doubts along the way. Hosts: Al, Toshia Guests: Daniel Carlat, MD, Yasmine Dakhama, MS4
#150 - Clinically Addressing Gun Violence Risk
44:22Dr. Rebecca Capasso returns to the show to discuss assessment of violence and what to do when the patient has access to a gun. What are the important questions to ask? When should confidentiality be breached to ensure safety? Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia Guests: Rebecca Capasso, MD, Imaan Alaidroos, MD References: Psychiatrists 4 Gun Violence Prevention website: https://www.psychgvp.org/ Baxley F, Miller M. Parental Misperceptions About Children and Firearms. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2006;160(5):542–547. doi:10.1001/archpedi.160.5.542 Salhi C, Azrael D, Miller M. Parent and Adolescent Reports of Adolescent Access to Household Firearms in the United States. JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(3):e210989. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.0989 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention- Teens and Suicide: What Parents Should Know
#149 - Psychiatrists 4 Gun Violence Prevention
42:07As mass shootings continue to horrify our communities, we seek explanations. Politicians seem to believe that mental health experts have the solution. Do we? Gun violence is 20-25 times higher in the United States than in other higher income countries. What accounts for that difference? Spokesperson for Psychiatrists 4 Gun Violence Prevention and adult inpatient psychiatrist, Dr. Rebecca Capasso, joins us to provide answers and to discuss the work her group is doing. Hosts: Eyrn, Toshia Guests: Rebecca Capasso, MD, Imaan Alaidroos, MD References: Psychiatrists 4 Gun Violence Prevention website: https://www.psychgvp.org/ Statement from the American Psychiatric Association on Firearm Violence: https://www.psychiatry.org/news-room/news-releases/apa-statement-on-firearm-violence APA Position Statement on Firearm Access, Acts of Violence and the Relationship to Mental Illness and Mental Health Services: https://www.psychiatry.org/getattachment/8b32e119-1995-4ac6-bc66-5c3972cb221f/Position-Firearm-Access-Acts-of-Violence-and-the-Relationship-to-Mental-Health.pdf