Caitlin Faas, a professor of human development and life coach, joins Nick to discuss the psychology of overeating.
Gregg Krech, an expert in a form of Japanese psychology called Morita Therapy, discusses how to think differently about the role of emotions in mental health and the surprising power of taking action to improve things like anxiety, procrastination, and depression.
Neuroscience researcher and author Brian Pennie reflects on his 15-year addiction to heroin and how he managed to not only survive those harrowing years but to come out of it and build a life he loves.
Dr. Randy Paterson guides us through the ins and outs of assertive communication, explaining why it's essential for healthy, happy relationships in work, love, and life.
Nick and Daniel trade off describing their favorite myths and misconceptions about insomnia and sleep.
Nick and Traci separate myth from reality on the topic of hypnosis and discuss what clinical hypnosis can actually be useful for.
Nick and Tom discuss different ways of thinking about addiction and why it matters for tackling one of the world's most important challenges.
Nick and Daron discuss what mindfulness is exactly and how to incorporate more mindfulness into your own life.