A podcast for clinicians about the latest psychiatric research. Thea Gallagher, PsyD, of NYU Langone Health interviews leading researchers about advances in their respective fields, revealing insights that clinicians can apply today.
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Dr. Carla Nasca is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Neuroscience and Physiology at NYU Langone, where she studies epigenetic mechanisms of neuroplasticity to stress. Dr. Nascas work led to the discovery of ... more
Dr. Tanya Sippy is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Neuroscience and Physiology at NYU Langone. She’s also Principal Investigator at the Sippy Lab and Associate Director of the Psychedelic Medicine Research... more
Dr. Thea Gallagher’s podcast is fantastic! She goes above & beyond by having incredible guests who are experts in the field. I particularly enjoyed the ADHD episode with Lenard Adler which was very informative, thorough, and dug deeper on the criteria/symptoms people experience who have ADHD. Dr. Gallagher asks insightful questions that formulate complex concepts into concise and simple terms, which all listeners can understand. I’d recommend this podcast to anyone who is interested in psycholog... more
As a therapist, I’m always looking to broaden my knowledge base! This podcast is now at the top of my list, I can’t wait to hear what topic Dr. Thea Gallagher covers next! I think it really comes down to how fantastic Thea is at interviewing. She asks deep meaningful questions that provoke insight and increase my knowledge of the subject matter. Her personality has this natural curiosity which makes everything fascinating. You really get to experience her love for psychology and how it helps p... more
Dr. Gallagher is well spoken and informative. Always a treat to listen to and learn from!
This first episode was outstanding. Dr. Thea Gallagher is a fantastic host. I have taken several classes with her through the CBI Center for Education, so I knew I must check out her new podcast. I was very pleased to hear about the latest research and advances in the treatment for PTSD and depression from Dr. Marmar. As a psychotherapist, I am thrilled to hear that precision medicine is on the horizon for clients. Thank you, Dr. Gallagher and Dr. Marmar, for sharing this info. I can’t wait to l... more
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NYU Langone Insights on Psychiatry launched 9 months ago and published 13 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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