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The Neuroscience of Depression: An Interview with Dr. Alex Korb

by Andy
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The following is an edited transcript of the podcast recorded interview with Dr. Alex Korb.  This transcript has not been reviewed and is not a word-by-word rendering of the entire interview. Hi, I’m Dan Lukasik from lawyerswithdepression.com. Today’s guest is Dr. Alex Korb.  Dr. Korb is a neuroscientist, writer, and coach.  He’s studied the brain for over fifteen years, attending Brown University as an undergraduate and earning his Ph.D. in … read more →

The Creativity Cure for Depression: An Interview with Dr. Carrie Barron

by Dan
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Today’s guest is Dr. Carrie Barron, a board-certified psychiatrist/psychoanalyst on the clinical faculty of the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons who also has a private practice in New York City.  She has published in peer-reviewed journals, won several academic awards, and presented original works related to creativity and self-expression at national meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Along with her husband, Alton Barron, M.D., a hand and shoulder surgeon, … read more →

Depression and Faith: An Interview with Rabbi Mark Gellman

by Andy
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Today’s guest on our show is Rabbi Mark Gellman. Rabbi Gellman is the Rabbi Emeritus at Temple Beth Torah in Melville, New York where he has served since 1981.  He earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Northwestern University in 1981 where he also completed doctoral work in the History and Literature of Religions specializing in Buddhism and Judaism. He is the recipient of many honorary degrees. Rabbi Gellman writes a … read more →

Depression and Anxiety in Later Life

by Dan
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I’m Dan Lukasik from Lawyerswithdepression.com. Today’s guest is Dr. Charles F. Reynolds, III, co-author of the book, “Depression and Anxiety in Later Life: What Everyone Needs to Know.” He is a professor in Geriatric Psychiatry at the University at Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Director of its Aging Institute and Center of Excellence in the Prevention and Treatment of Late Life Mood Disorders. Dr. Reynolds is internationally renowned in the … read more →

Happy: An App That Replenishes Your Most Important Resources

by Dan
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On January 27, 2010, I became an uncle. The day was surreal — not for me, but for my brother, who welcomed his first child into the world at 2:34 p.m. Immediately after the baby was delivered she began experiencing respiratory distress, and at 2:35 p.m. the doctors and nurses whisked the newborn to the hospital’s neo-natal intensive care unit (NICU).  At 2:37 p.m. — while standing in the NICU praying that his baby would … read more →

An Interview with Will Meyerhofter About Depression in the Law

by Dan
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Will Meyerhofer, JD LCSW, is an author and a psychotherapist in private practice in NYC.  He holds degrees from Harvard, NYU School of Law and The Hunter College School of Social Work.  Following law school, he worked as an associate at the BigLaw firm of Sullivan & Cromwell in New York City before becoming a therapist. He is also the creator of the website and blog The Peoples’ Therapist.  I spoke with Will about … read more →

The Connection between Depression and Trauma and Neglect

by Dan
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Why do people become depressed? A popular theory is that it is the brain chemistry that is in disarray. But this way of thinking often obscures the issue. Depression rarely comes out of nowhere. It almost always has an explanation, even if it is not apparent to us. Also, read “What is Your Depression Telling You?” A better explanation for why many people become depressed is, in my opinion, that … read more →

Chronic or Recurrent Depression: Why Does Depression Go Away and Then Return?

by Dan
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Some people who experience a single depressive episode will fully recover, never to experience another. (Sign us up for that, right?) For about 40-60% of us, however, depression is a chronic illness that will come back. By the time most people get treatment, they have experienced multiple depressive episodes already. Good news: with treatment, recurrences can be less severe, occur less frequently and not last as long. So why does … read more →

Working Through Stress and Depression

by Dan
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Depression is tough. Stress is also tough. Being depressed and stressed at the same time is even tougher. As a person who struggles with depression and has to manage stress on a daily basis, I have some good news for you: Managing stress while being depressed is possible if you have a plan. Depression has been a part of my life from as early as I can remember. Like a … read more →

What I’ve Learned About Depression: A Lawyer’s Journey

by Dan
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About a year ago Dan invited me to submit a guest article for his website. I felt honored and immediately accepted. The invitation coincided with the twentieth anniversary of my depression diagnosis, and I’d been reflecting on my experience with depression over the past two decades. It seemed like the ideal opportunity for me to offer others the benefit of my hard-earned wisdom and experience. But that didn’t happen, at … read more →

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