Dr Michelle Drouin: how technology impacts connection, intimacy and infidelity (#43)
We talk to Dr. Michelle Drouin about how technology can both help and hinder our relationships. Dr. Michelle Drouin is an internationally-recognised research psychologist and a speaker on issues related to technology, relationships, couples, and sexuality. Her research has been featured in the many major media outlets including New York Times, CNN, NPR and Psychology Today.
Cheri Torres and Jackie Stavros on using Appreciative Inquiry to create conversations worth having (#41)
Lisa Linke on improvisation: the art of focusing on the other person (#38)
We talk to Lisa Linke about what improvisation can teach us about communication and collaboration. Lisa is an MBA consultant who has become a veteran improviser, actor and writer. Lisa has appeared on shows like Grey’s Anatomy and Modern Family. She is a corporate communications workshop facilitator, executive presence coach, and storytelling maven.
Dr Ashok Bhattacharya on empathy, narcissism and self-esteem (#30)
We talk to Dr Ashok Bhattacharya, a psychiatrist who has been practicing individual and couple psychotherapy since 1989, about topics such as: what can birds teach us about empathy? How can the movie Inside Out improve our relationships? Why is insecurity good for us? What should we do when we realise that we’re in a relationship with a narcissist? How do we really build self-esteem?
Steve Nudelberg on the riches of relationships in sales and family (#18)
Dr Everett Worthington on promoting forgiveness in every willing heart, home and homeland (#10)
It’s impossible to live in this world without getting hurt, or hurting others. And yet, we need each other. That’s why forgiveness is so important. We talk to Dr Everett Worthington about forgiveness. Ev is not only an expert on forgiveness, but he shares some very personal experiences with forgiveness that add weight to his academic and clinical knowledge.