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The Psych Central Show
 is an award-winning, weekly podcast that approaches psychology and mental health in a casual and accessible fashion. Listen as our hosts speak candidly with experts to break down complex topics in simple and understandable ways.
 

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"Finally - Simple explanations for complex mental health topics!"

"A truly excellent mental health podcast, [helping] to destigmatize mental health in America."

"This show is not only entertaining but also educational."

"Well balanced perspectives: The two hosts are funny and engaging. Listening feels like hanging out with friends."

HOSTED BY

Gabe Howard  &  Vincent M. Wales 
 

 

Oct 18, 2018

When future NFL player Erik Coleman was eleven years old, he discovered that both of his parents were addicts (one to alcohol, one to harder drugs). This was a traumatic discovery, but made worse when, one day, he returned home from school to find his father had moved out. Erik shares this and more with us,...


Oct 11, 2018

Blue is for boys and pink is for girls, right? That depends on what generation you live in. Today, many people disregard such silly color assignments, or at least go for “gender neutral” colors. But a hundred years ago, all the top fashionistas insisted that pink was a masculine color and blue was feminine....


Oct 4, 2018

Bipolar disorder is an often misunderstood (and misdiagnosed) disorder. Our guest this week is a psychotherapist who has worked with many individuals with this diagnosis. He discusses the nature of the disease, therapy plans for treatment, and the multi-phase stabilization process. He also talks about the “Grand...


Sep 27, 2018

Okay, “extravaganza” might be a bit of an exaggeration. But it really is the 100th episode of The Psych Central Show. As such, we thought it would be fun (and maybe a bit educational) to take a look back on the Psych Central Show, from its conception to the current day. Michelle Hammer, co-host of A Bipolar,...


Sep 20, 2018

Most of us spend a large portion of our days at work, where we’re exposed to all sorts of different stressors that take a cumulative toll. And many of us are already dealing with some sort of mental health issue unrelated to our jobs. Put together, it can be a recipe for a breakdown, which is why it’s so important...