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Welcome to the ESCAPE THE ZOO podcast, where we interview leading wildlife photographers, conservationists and scientists to learn more about the awe-inspiring species that we share this fascinating planet with. Guests of the podcast have traveled to the the edges of the world to observe, photograph, study and support wildlife in their natural environment and, as you probably can imagine, now have some of the most exciting, scary, crazy, extreme, and beautiful stories that I have ever heard. ...
 
Nature and the Nation explores politics, philosophy, psychology, sociology and economics from a naturalistic, paleoconservative perspective, using the format of a book review. I examine books published in a wide array of time periods, with a special emphasis on the early to middle 20th century, the ancient Greeks, and of course the present.
 
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Teo Pham ist Gründer, Startup Coach, Unternehmensberater, Keynote Speaker und vor allem auch Content Creator in Sozialen Netzwerken. Vielen Dank für die spannenden Insights rund um digitale Trends und natürlich die Auswirkungen auf des zukünftige Lernen! Teos Motto: Heute wissen, was morgen kommt. die spannendsten Trends, die coolsten Technologien,…
 
Over the years, Prof. Brett Kahr has worked in numerous settings, ranging from the British National Health Service, to various universities, to the British Broadcasting Corporation, where he served for many years as Resident Psychotherapist on B.B.C. Radio 2, broadcasting to 15,000,000 people weekly and chairing the B.B.C.’s mental health campaign.…
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson discusses the return of Big 10 college football and what it means for student athletes and campuses as a whole. Henderson speaks with Rick Chryst, former Commissioner of the Mid American Conference, and Dr. Mercedes Carnethon, vice chair of Northwestern University’s department of preventive medicine and a professor o…
 
In this hour, Farai Chideya, journalist, author, and host of the new radio show and podcast Our Body Politic, talks with Stephen Henderson about her recent piece titled “How We Save Our Body Politic: Reflections from a Black Female Journalist on America at the Precipice” hosted on Medium. Plus, Dr. Paul Kilgore, Associate Professor & Director of Re…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Senator Booker about his thoughts leading up to the November election. Plus, Dr. Arash Javanbakht, associate professor of psychiatry at Wayne State University, director of Wayne State’s Stress, Trauma, and Anxiety Research Clinic, stops by to talk about mental health as Henderson checks in with listeners.…
 
Mit meinem New Learning Podcast möchte ich Menschen präsentieren, die euch Impulse für die Zukunft der Bildung geben. Heute im Talk ist der fantastische Sharon Paschke (Sozialpädagoge (B.A.), Redner und Trainer u.a. für Kommunikation, Teamtrainings und Betriebsklima. Außerdem Coach und Mentor für Strategieentdeckungen von Einzelpersonen oder Teams,…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Ron Fournier and John Truscott of Truscott Rossman about how things are looking for both Trump and Biden as November looms closer. Plus, University of Michigan law professor and former US Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan Barbara McQuade joins Henderson to discuss what she thinks of Barr's Depa…
 
In response to the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, Jane Elliott devised the controversial and startling, "Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes Exercise." This, now famous, exercise labels participants as inferior or superior based solely upon the color of their eyes and exposes them to the experience of being a minority. Everyone who is exposed t…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Adam Serwer of The Atlantic about his new piece which examines the parallels between 2020 and post Civil War Reconstruction. Plus, Detroit Institute of Arts Director Salvador Salort Pons discusses diversity and inclusion efforts at the museum moving forward.…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Chad Livengood of Crain's Detroit Business about the alarming spike in COVID cases and what's possibly behind it. Plus, psychologist Beverly Daniel Tatum joins Stephen to discuss her 1997 book "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?“ and what we can learn from her text in this curren…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Sherry Mcrill, CEO of Northeast Integrated Health, about that organization's CAPPA program which pairs law enforcement with behavioral health resources. Plus, new artistic director for the Michigan Opera Theatre Yuval Sharon joins Stephen to talk about what he plans to bring to his new role.…
 
An opinion leader and public speaker, Stephen G. Post, Ph.D. (University of Chicago, 1983) is the best-selling lead author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life by the Simple Act of Giving (Random House Broadway). He has been quoted in more than 4000 newspapers and magazines, and featured on numerou…
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson talks about the viral videos of police shootings and often the killing of unarmed Black men. Does sharing them through television and social media do more harm than good? Henderson is joined by Dr. Allissa Richardson who recently wrote a piece for The Atlantic about this topic.…
 
Dr. Jorgensen writes: “I was born into a middle-class Black community in D. C. in 1941. I was part of the largest entering class of Blacks ever at Harvard in fall of 1958, served in the first Nepal group in the Peace Corps 1962-1964, and entered Social Psychology at Michigan in 1964 where I was the only Black student entering in either Psychology o…
 
Of all the things that are different this year, one of the most critical is our elections process, which has been upended by COVID, but also here in Michigan is expanding ballot access and options. So - are we ready? Stephen speaks with reporter Clare Henrickson, Sharon Dolente with the ACLU and Michigan SOS Jocelyn Benson.…
 
In this hour, another Black man shot by police, this time in Kenosha Wisconsin, and the reaction, across the country, may be the most dramatic we’ve seen. Stephen Henderson spends the hour today talking about the movement for Black lives, and against systemic racism. And we’ll discuss what this tells us about America, and about our future.…
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with Chad Livengood about school funding in Michigan, and the inequities that persist from the reforms enacted way back in 1994. Then, the WDET book club conversations continue with Valerie Prince who talks about African American literature, and how publishing inequities alter its lenses and possibilities.…
 
Aaron McCormick is an author, entrepreneur, inspirational speaker and artist whose path to success and fulfillment defies societal norms and expectations in nearly every way.Raised by a single mom on the South Side of Chicago, McCormick, since the age of 23 was one of the world’s leading technology business transformation sales executives, earning …
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson digs into the Democratic National Convention and looks at the role of the Black American voting bloc with Chryl Laird, Assistant Professor of Government and Legal Studies at Bowdoin College and author of “Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior” and Greg Bowens, political and communicatio…
 
Dr. Leanne Whitney is an independent scholar and Transformational Coach who holds a Doctoral Degree in depth psychology and specializes in the intersection of Western psychology and Yoga. She is the author of Consciousness in Jung and Patañjali (2018) and has published in Cosmos and History, the International Journal of Jungian Studies and Psycholo…
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with West Virginia University Law Professor Matthew Titolo and Crain's Detroit Business Senior Editor Chad Livengood about mail in voting, USPS funding and history of the postal service. Plus, Dr. Emily Martin of the University of Michigan on the concept of herd immunity--what it is and what it's not.…
 
Kristen Howerton is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the mother of four children within four years via birth and adoption. She is the founder of the blog Rage Against the Minivan where, in the midst of writing about the raw emotions and experience of motherhood, she has become a fierce advocate for social justice. Kristen has created se…
 
Federico Veronesi is a Kenya-based professional wildlife photographer and safari guide. This is his second time on the podcast. We spend time chatting about his upcoming photographic book, One Life, which is following up his incredible first book, “Light and Dust.” We recorded this back in June when the Kickstarter was up and running. Unfortunately…
 
Today’s interview is conducted by Isabella Clarke, Oxford Graduate and Shrink Rap Radio collaborator. She is speaking with UK psychotherapist James Barnes. James Barnes MSc. MA. is a psychotherapist and mental health advocate based in Exeter, UK, who has a background in philosophy and psychoanalysis. He is currently working on reimagining and re-co…
 
Dr. Aziz Gazipura is the world’s leading confidence expert. He teaches people how to learn confidence so they can eliminate self-doubt, hesitation and social anxiety and master conversations, accelerate in their careers, and create deeply fulfilling relationships. He completed his doctoral training at Stanford and Palo Alto Universities and is the …
 
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with independent Portland journalist Tuck Woodstock about the protests in that city and how federal troops are increasing in force numbers, Detroit News crime reporter George Hunter weighs in on how things could look in Detroit if federal troops come here and Yale Professor Jason Stanley talks about the roots o…
 
Vielen Dank an Tim Schumacher für die Insights und Tipps. Ich denke hier ist für jeden etwas dabei hinsichtlich der Zukunft von Lernen und Arbeiten. Mehr Infos zu Tim Schumacher: https://www.schumacher.me Mehr zu mir inkl. dem aktuellen Buch: https://danieljung.io Alle New Learning Talks als Video: https://www.youtube.com/c/mathebydanieljung #NewLe…
 
TranscriptMonika Wikman, Ph.D. was my guest on episodes #614 - Jungian Perspectives on Psychedelic Consciousness, #372 – Exploring Holotropic Breathwork, #344 – Archetypal Phenomena Surrounding Death, #286 on Jungian Active Imagination and #235 – Using Alchemical Archetypes in Jungian Analysis. She is a Jungian Analyst and author of Pregnant Darkne…
 
In der heutige Folge spreche ich mit Daniel Weiner (Co-Founder StudyHelp GmbH) über das Lernen und Lehren im digitalisierten Zeitalter, Auswirkungen von COVID-19 auf die Bildung und das Leben als Unternehmenslenker. Natürlich ist die Folge auch zu sehen in meinem YouTube Channel. Ihr findet alle Infos unter www.danieljung.io…
 
Dr. John Randolph is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist in independent practice and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. He is a Past President of the New Hampshire Psychological Association and a National Academy of Neuropsychology Fellow. He is editor of the professional reference, Pos…
 
Babak Roshanaei-Moghaddam, MD is a founding member and director of Tehran Center for Psychoanalytic Studies (TCPS). He is a faculty member at Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (SPSI), an adjunct faculty of psychiatry at the University of Washington in Seattle and psychoanalytic supervisor and instructor at the Tehran University of Medica…
 
In this episode I look at Carl Jung's Modern Man in Search of a Soul, where Jung details the relationship of the unconscious and the psyche to religion. I talk about the evolution of the collective unconscious and it's role as a carrier of intergenerational wisdom, and the plurality of forces that play upon the psyche, holding each other in balance…
 
John Robinson PhD, D.Min., is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry (studying with Matthew Fox), an ordained interfaith minister, the author of nine books and numerous articles on the psychology, spirituality and mysticism of the New Aging, and a frequent speaker at Conscious Aging Conferences across the country. His latest bo…
 
In this episode, I look at Alain de Benoist's On Being a Pagan. De Benoist makes a comprehensive comparison between paganism and Christianity, and I focus in the value comparisons that echo Nietzsche, the criticisms of duality, and the effect of original sin and innocence at birth on the two ethical systems and senses of guilt. More at natureandthe…
 
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