Integral Health Resources

Sinopsis

Exploring holistic approaches to well-being & personal growth

Episodios

  • IHR Podcast #29: Watch and wait

    IHR Podcast #29: Watch and wait

    23/12/2019 Duración: 19min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, the Cancer Chronicles continue with an update following my visit to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

  • IHR Podcast #28: The power of expectations

    IHR Podcast #28: The power of expectations

    24/11/2019 Duración: 28min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I recount and reflect upon the latest twists and turns of my “journey” since being diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Happiness = Reality – Expectations. That’s what they say, and I … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #27: Cancer diagnosis

    IHR Podcast #27: Cancer diagnosis

    10/11/2019 Duración: 26min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I update my own health status, which includes a recent diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

  • IHR Podcast #26: Rise of the Attentionauts

    IHR Podcast #26: Rise of the Attentionauts

    01/07/2019 Duración: 40min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I say “Hey” for the first time in eleven months, then ramble about reevaluating and revamping the podcast/website in the direction of my current foci: attentionology, meditation, and critical psychology. Media … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #25: Skin cancer, present state awareness training, collective health decisions, technologies of isolation, and the meaning of anxiety

    IHR Podcast #25: Skin cancer, present state awareness training, collective health decisions, technologies of isolation, and the meaning of anxiety

    12/08/2018 Duración: 01h07min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I talk about my very recent experience with skin cancer surgery, then I ramble on about a variety of health-related topics that may or may not hang together in a coherent … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #24: Delivering your cargo

    IHR Podcast #24: Delivering your cargo

    18/06/2018 Duración: 31min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I take a journey from New Mexico to North Carolina and back again, then continue rambling through Kornfields and dark webs before rallying to restore my sanity. Media referenced in this … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #23: Summer 2018 reboot

    IHR Podcast #23: Summer 2018 reboot

    31/05/2018 Duración: 26min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I resuscitate the podcast after a year-long, self-induced coma. What have I been up to and interested in during this hiatus? There’s only one way to find out.

  • IHR Podcast #22: Time Well Spent

    IHR Podcast #22: Time Well Spent

    19/06/2017 Duración: 36min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I share my thoughts on Tristan Harris, his Time Well Spent movement, and the struggle for ownership of my attention in this age of digital distraction.

  • IHR Podcast #21: Criticizing science in truthless times

    IHR Podcast #21: Criticizing science in truthless times

    14/04/2017 Duración: 15min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I reflect on the following question: How can we challenge and expose bad ideas and corruptive influences in mainstream science without playing into the hands of anti-intellectuals in this age of … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #20: What am I doing here?

    IHR Podcast #20: What am I doing here?

    26/03/2017 Duración: 28min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I think out loud about the question “What am I doing here?” before rambling on about everything under the sun.

  • IHR Podcast #19: Living one’s dreams in the age of digital distraction

    IHR Podcast #19: Living one’s dreams in the age of digital distraction

    25/09/2016 Duración: 19min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I reflect on what it means to be healthy in this age of digital distraction. This is a seriously low-energy podcast. I really need to learn how to bring some enthusiasm … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #18: Neurogenesis and Holistic Health

    IHR Podcast #18: Neurogenesis and Holistic Health

    03/06/2016 Duración: 14min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I respond to Brant Cortright’s thesis that one’s rate of neurogenesis (growth of new brain cells) may be the most important biomarker for one’s brain health. I recently blogged about all … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #17: Joanna Moncrieff and the politics of psychiatric drug treatment

    IHR Podcast #17: Joanna Moncrieff and the politics of psychiatric drug treatment

    11/04/2016 Duración: 26min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I ramble on about the inadequacy of current terminology to describe “integral” mental health perspectives, and then introduce one such perspective — the critical psychiatry of Dr. Joanna Moncrieff. Relevant media: … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #16: Critical Thinking

    IHR Podcast #16: Critical Thinking

    27/03/2016 Duración: 24min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I string together some loosely formed thoughts about the centrality of critical thinking in all walks of life. Related media: Critical Thinker Academy: Good website with lots of free resources about … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #15: To screen or not to screen (everyone for depression)

    IHR Podcast #15: To screen or not to screen (everyone for depression)

    11/02/2016 Duración: 31min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I discuss the new depression screening guidelines proposed by the The US Preventive Services Task Force, the response to these guidelines by Allen Frances, and the perils of podcast procrastination. Related … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #14: Thoughts on Integral Theory and the associated community

    IHR Podcast #14: Thoughts on Integral Theory and the associated community

    28/12/2015 Duración: 19min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I discuss my current perspective on Ken Wilber’s “Integral Theory” and the associated community, especially in light of the recent New York Times article on Marc Gafni, a known sexual predator … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #13: Bruce Levine and the anti-authoritarian mental health movement

    IHR Podcast #13: Bruce Levine and the anti-authoritarian mental health movement

    17/12/2015 Duración: 21min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I talk about the anti-authoritarian pushback against mainstream mental health perspectives, highlighting an excellent video presentation by psychologist Bruce Levine. Related media: – My recent blog post on Levine’s presentation – … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #12: Lifestyle and mental health

    IHR Podcast #12: Lifestyle and mental health

    26/11/2015 Duración: 19min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I revisit an incredibly important and sadly under-appreciated article (written in 2011) by Dr. Roger Walsh called Lifestyle and Mental Health. The article outlines eight major lifestyle factors that are woefully … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #11: Allen Frances on the anything-but-rational American mental health system

    IHR Podcast #11: Allen Frances on the anything-but-rational American mental health system

    30/10/2015 Duración: 21min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I review an excellent article by Allen Frances in which he excoriates us all for turning a blind eye to those in our society who need mental health services the most. … Continue reading →

  • IHR Podcast #10: Diagnosing for Dollars

    IHR Podcast #10: Diagnosing for Dollars

    03/10/2015 Duración: 24min

    In this episode of the Integral Health Resources Podcast, I discuss the issues of upcoding, downcoding, and “diagnosing for dollars” — practices that mental health professionals too often engage in, for various reasons, when they are beholden to managed care … Continue reading →

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