Welcome to Episode 108 of the Being Human Podcast: It’s Another Year… and I’m Still Single, w/ Dr. Mario Sacasa
It’s a new year, and what if you’re still single but don’t want to be? How do you balance the desire for a committed relationship with living in the present reality of not yet having one? In this week’s episode, Dr. Greg welcomes back to the show a friend and colleague, Dr. Mario Sacasa, to discuss discernment, being single, dating, and the...
Welcome to Episode 107 of the Being Human Podcast: What to Look For in a Mental Health Professional
In this week’s episode, Dr. Greg begins with an announcement of the newest publication of the CatholicPsych Press while also diving into some of the most important factors in the work of accompanying others. In the end, he reveals the one question to ask yourself when searching for a professional to accompany you!
Welcome to Episode 106 of the Being Human Podcast: The Psychology of the Incarnation
This week, we’re doing something new! In this episode, taken from an introductory lecture in our new Certification, Dr. Greg offers a brief reflection on the Incarnation - God made man - and explains why it matters for more than just our spiritual life.
Welcome to Episode 105 of the Being Human Podcast: How to Build a Healthy, Holy Family, w/ Dr. Gregory Popcak
Dr. Greg welcomes fellow colleague Dr. Gregory Popcak to the show to break open exactly what is meant by the phrase “domestic church,” why it’s important for families to see themselves as one, and how implementing a “liturgy of family life” is a path towards creating healthy and holy families.
Welcome to Episode 104 of the Being Human Podcast: Do You Need a Diagnosis? w/ Dr. Bryan and Amy Grace
To know oneself is helpful: the more we understand our own patterns, narratives, and parts, the better decisions we can make. How does being diagnosed with a mental health disorder help or hinder our growth in self-knowledge? What does it mean to have a diagnosis, and when is it helpful or unhelpful? Find out in this week’s episode in which Dr. Bryan and Amy Grace join Dr. Greg for a...
Welcome to Episode 103 of the Being Human Podcast: Is it Psychotherapy in Disguise? w/ Dr. Bryan and Amy Grace
Is there a real difference between traditional psychotherapy and IDDM (Mentorship)? Or is it actually therapy just disguised as something new? What are the differences exactly? And how can IDDM be effective and personal if it’s not face to face? This week on the podcast, Dr. Greg welcomes back co-hosts Dr. Bryan and Amy Grace for a deep dive into these questions and more! ...
This week, special guest Teresa Violette joins Dr. Greg on the show to discuss her journey with ADHD and in being diagnosed as an adult. Teresa vulnerably shares how ADHD has impacted her life as well as what has helped her, while also offering encouragement for those with similar struggles.
Welcome to Episode 101 of the Being Human Podcast: Catholic Parenting Amid Cultural Chaos, w/ Dr. Ray Guarendi
This week, Dr. Greg welcomes special guest Dr. Ray Guarendi to the show to discuss the challenges of parenting as a faithful Catholic in today’s cultural climate. Dr. Ray, a clinical psychologist, author, professional speaker and national radio and television host, humorously shares some of the wisdom he has gained while parenting his ten adopted children.
Welcome to Episode 100 of the Being Human Podcast: Misconceptions about Men’s Emotions, w/ Dr. Bryan Violette
In this milestone episode, Dr. Greg and Dr. Bryan dive into discussion about men’s emotional lives, giving listeners a peek into the male psyche while sharing their observations on what it means to be an emotionally healthy man.
Welcome to Episode 99 of the Being Human Podcast: Diversity, Gender, and the Genius of Women, w/ Simone Rizkallah
This week, Dr. Greg welcomes Simone Rizkallah to the show for a powerful conversation focused around femininity, the genius of women, complementarity between the sexes, and cultural differences! Simone is currently the Director of Program Growth for Endow Groups where she helps women cultivate their feminine genius and personal vocations, and offers a unique cultural...