The Dr. Joe Show
Episode 121 - Respecting the Flag

Episode 121 - Respecting the Flag

May 27, 2021

(Originally aired October 19, 2017)

We turn back the clock in this episode and examine the first instances of protest during the national anthem, and the repercussions of those protests on our nation.

Episode 120 - The Five Core Conversations for Couples with The Bulitts

Episode 120 - The Five Core Conversations for Couples with The Bulitts

May 20, 2021

(Originally aired May 13, 2021)

We're joined by David and Julie Bulitt, a divorce lawyer and social worker respectively, to learn how they discovered the foundations every strong romantic partnership is built on.

Get your copy of The Five Core Conversations for Couples: Expert Advice about How to Develop Effective Communication, a Long-Term Financial Plan, Cooperative Parenting Strategies, Mutually Satisfying Sex, and Work-Life Balance!

Episode 119 - Defending the Police with Chief Tavares

Episode 119 - Defending the Police with Chief Tavares

May 13, 2021

(Originally aired May 6, 2021)

Reflecting on the recent verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial and the unrest of 2020, Marshfield Chief of Police Phil Tavares shares the tragic story of his father's death, and how it motivated him to become a positive force for change in the world of policing.

Episode 118 - Being UnNormal with Kimberly Berry

Episode 118 - Being UnNormal with Kimberly Berry

May 6, 2021

(Originally aired April 29, 2021)

We welcome Kimberly Berry of Being UnNormal to hear her personal story of mental health challenges and her work to undo decades of stigma surrounding the subject.

Learn more about Kimberly and her work at beingunnormal.com!

 

Episode 117 - The Dr. DISC Show with Eric Warner

Episode 117 - The Dr. DISC Show with Eric Warner

April 29, 2021

(Originally aired April 22, 2021)

We're joined by Eric Warner of Sandler Training to help us understand the very different ways people communicate within any organization, and how decoding those differences can massively improve their relationships.

Episode 116 - Self-Care with Joanne Edouard and Larry Berkowitz

Episode 116 - Self-Care with Joanne Edouard and Larry Berkowitz

April 22, 2021

(Originally aired April 15, 2021)

We welcome back the hardworking experts of Riverside Trauma Center and MassSupport to learn the changes and challenges brought on by a stressful year.

Resources:
Riverside Trauma Center (http://riversidetraumacenter.org/)
MassSupport Statewide Assistance: 1-888-215-4920
National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-8255
Episode 115 - The Brazil Strain with Izzy Nobre

Episode 115 - The Brazil Strain with Izzy Nobre

April 15, 2021

Bonus episode! With end of the COVID-19 Pandemic finally in sight, we welcome Izzy Nobre to talk about Brazil's COVID problems, the Bolsonaro regime, crypto-fascism, and gaming.

Check out Izzy's channel!: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheIzzyNobreShow

Episode 114 - ‘Social Reality’ with Glenn Geher and Mark Bayer

Episode 114 - ‘Social Reality’ with Glenn Geher and Mark Bayer

April 15, 2021

(Originally aired April 8, 2021)

We not only welcome back Glenn Geher, but also are joined by communication specialist Mark Bayer to discuss the phenomenon of 'alternative facts' and the evolutionary forces that make them stick.

Episode 113 - The Dr. Prank Show

Episode 113 - The Dr. Prank Show

April 8, 2021

(Originally aired April 1, 2021)

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Episode 112 - Brain Pain with Larry Shapiro

Episode 112 - Brain Pain with Larry Shapiro

April 1, 2021

(Originally aired March 25, 2021)

We welcome a valuable new member of the Riverside Trauma Center team, Larry Shapiro. Having lost his father to suicide at age 18, Larry shares his story and the wisdom he's applied in supporting others.

Larry's book, Brain Pain, is available now in print and audiobook.

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