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I'm Keith Kurlander, with Dr. Will Van Derveer, Co-Founders of the Integrative Psychiatry Institute and Integrative Psychiatry Centers, and this is the podcast where we explore what it takes to achieve optimal mental health. If you want to learn about cutting-edge psychology that help people reach their highest potential then this is the show for you! Have a question, please email us at info@psychiatryinstitute.com
 
Listen to Leadership at the Edge, a podcast for all leaders in any context, anywhere in the world. Every month, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, is joined by senior leaders from around the world to discuss their real-life experiences of every-day leadership practice, challenge outdated leadership practices and offer a fresh take on the issues that today’s leaders face. Join the conversation via social media using #LeadershipAtTheEdge or send us a voice mess ...
 
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On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by lecturer, trainer and coach specialised in critical thinking, leadership and cross-cultural communication skill development, Dr Giedrė Vasiliauskaitė, explore: The habitual application of critical thinking Problem-solving and …
 
On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by the Director of the Agile Strategy Lab at the University of North Alabama, Ed Morrison, explore: The new understanding of leadership as a shared process The challenge of collaboration between market economy and civic economy S…
 
For decades, Dr. Charles Grob has been researching applications of MDMA, psilocybin, and ayahuasca for a variety of human conditions including end of life anxiety, PTSD, depression, addiction, and more. His contributions have significantly shaped what we know about psychedelics today and how much of an impact it has on our patients. In today’s epis…
 
Cybersecurity is considered a technical issue by many leaders who are struggling to find the confidence to adopt a cybersecurity culture and empower their people to enact the behavioural change needed to drive it forward. On the new episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by Foun…
 
Psychedelic research is gaining momentum, and Robin Carhart-Harris with his team at Imperial College, London is one of the most prolific groups pushing the science forward. In May 2021, the New England Journal of Medicine published their head to head depression study of an SSRI vs. psilocybin. In today’s episode, we are joined by a pioneering neuro…
 
The stress response impacts every aspect of health, not only mental health. The vagus nerve is a major connector between mind and body and a big part of the parasympathetic nervous system. In today’s episode, we are honored to welcome Dr. Stephen Porges, the author and mind behind Polyvagal Theory. Dr. Porges has committed decades of research to un…
 
What is art and where does it come from? How can art provide a window into the divine nature of reality? In this episode, we take a deep dive into answering these questions along with an exploration into broader mystical experiences, transcendence and the role of psychedelics. We are honored to host Alex and Allyson Grey, two of the most respected …
 
On the third episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by Founder and Chief Executive of the newly formed Energy and Environment Alliance, Ufi Ibrahim, explore: How leadership has been tested this past year The environmental challenge and the importance of stewardship as a leadersh…
 
To make it to the top of professional sports takes a lot of hard work, mental toughness, and physical discipline, and to always be one step ahead of the game. What happens to athletes when they pivot and walk away from a lifetime of commitment and immersion in their sport? What experiences, challenges and psychological difficulties do they go throu…
 
Psychedelics have been used to heal people for thousands of years in traditional indigenous ceremonial contexts. Psychiatric research is showing very promising results for psychedelic therapy. But can psychiatry address the spiritual dimensions of healing with psychedelics? In today’s episode, we are joined by Dr. Joe Tafur, author, speaker and an …
 
Mental illness stigmatization remains one of the biggest issues in the battle against the global mental health crisis. It’s very taboo to openly and publicly discuss our mental health, and the struggles that we all face from time to time. #Same Here founder Eric Kussin is on a mission to change that by bringing together personalities from the MLB, …
 
Trauma causes pain that many people seek to alleviate by turning to substances. Many high achieving people have experienced trauma and addiction while somehow maintaining an extremely high level of performance in their chosen field. In today’s episode, we are fortunate to have former Olympic gold medalist, Stanley cup champion, speaker and author, …
 
On the second episode of Leadership at the edge, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, joined by the chief executive of the UK's Public Health Register and founder of the UK's Institute of Regulation Marcial Boo, explore: • Accountability and its impact on MPs’ approach to political leadership • Whether skills strategi…
 
Interpersonal connection is essential for optimal mental and physical health, and even more challenged inside the social isolation brought on by this global pandemic. We don’t often think of ourselves as walking chemistry sets. But, when we view the body under this lens, we can discover powerful insights into our connections with ourselves and othe…
 
Actor Kiko Ellsworth began his career thinking that acting was the last profession he would ever pursue. It wasn’t until he got on stage that he realized how terrified he was to express his voice in the world. At that moment, he knew he needed to use acting as a vehicle for self-expression. But that was just the beginning. After years as a successf…
 
Sleep health is one of the most overlooked and essential factors for physical and mental health, as well as longevity. Yet, so many people worldwide suffer from sleep disorders, and this issue seems to only be increasing in modern times. Although sleep aids may help people fall asleep, they don’t necessarily support sleep efficiency which is a bett…
 
On the first episode of Leadership at the edge, we explore the potential trends for leadership in the post-Covid world, particularly over the medium term, and how the differing models of global leadership over the last year have set the tone for the future with economist and entrepreneur, international policy analyst, former White House advisor and…
 
In today’s episode, we are joined by Tripp Lanier, a professional coach, author, and host of The New Man Podcast. As a coach, Tripp has been guiding men toward connecting deeply with themselves, living lives of meaning, and achieving success from the inside out. We dive into topics around what hinders men from moving forward with their lives in ter…
 
Getting up-to-date on the research and practical application of psychedelic-assisted therapy is only half the story. Ketamine is a unique medicine in its bioactive properties for treating depression, but it can also produce a powerful psychedelic experience that can be leveraged with psychedelic-assisted therapy. In today’s episode, Keith and Will …
 
Welcome to Leadership at the Edge, a podcast for all leaders in any context, anywhere in the world. Every month, the Institute of Leadership & Management’s CEO, John Mark Williams, is joined by senior leaders from around the world to discuss their real-life experiences of every-day leadership practice, challenge outdated leadership practices and of…
 
We are entering a psychedelic renaissance with psychedelic therapy trials showing promising results and the shift in cultural opinions following the release of Michael Pollan’s book, How to Change Your Mind in 2018. There are still many questions that mental health care providers have about psychedelics: Can psychedelics cause psychosis? If an indi…
 
Countless technological breakthroughs with mental healthcare applications have been made in the last couple of decades. Thanks to the tireless efforts made by Barbara Rothbaum, PhD, ABP and other researchers, virtual reality (VR) is now a viable option for the treatment of PTSD and anxiety conditions. In today’s episode, Dr. Rothbaum discusses the …
 
What is the relationship between mental health and spiritual health? How do we define spirituality? Are there differences between a mental illness and spiritual illness? That is the topic of today’s episode, where we explore the shared elements of spiritual well-being and mental health, how they support one another, and where these areas diverge. W…
 
In today’s episode, we are delighted to have a conversation with one of psychiatry’s visionary pioneers and one of the first proponents of the ADHD syndrome. John Ratey, MD has expanded the conceptualization of ADHD and has deeply explored the role of exercise in mental health. Dr. Ratey has written several books about mental health, and he joins u…
 
Thanks to the work of two very committed researchers, there is a growing body of research linking micronutrients to mental health. This research is not well known but should be. In today’s episode, we are delighted to discuss with Dr. Bonnie Kaplan and Dr. Julia Rucklidge what they’ve learned through many years of clinical research about the role o…
 
Dr. Steven C. Hayes founded Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) over 20 years ago, with the view in mind to increase psychological flexibility through mindfulness and the acceptance of life’s inevitable challenging experiences. Using the problem-solving mind to try to address life’s emotional challenges has its limitations. This was a very inte…
 
The integration of mindfulness with psychotherapy is an important aspect of supporting people to achieve wellbeing. How we relate to the disturbances we frequently feel throughout our lives can be a significant determinant of our quality of life, and of the possibilities we perceive. As we work toward a Buddhist psychotherapy modality, we will look…
 
The trauma of racism is a serious challenge for us to address as a society. The challenges faced by the BIPOC community are not only personal but also intergenerational. Traumatized individuals and communities of color face specific challenges in the healing path. Psychotherapists who work with clients facing these challenges need to know how to be…
 
Overcoming the everyday challenges of life can be really tough for most of us. But if you look at it through a different lens, these obstacles are really just opportunities for us to grow into someone more resilient, be it in our relationships, careers, our well being, and in business. At the end of the day, it really is just all about our mindset.…
 
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