Mike and Diana are both psychologists who like to talk about psychology and love to talk over each other. Each week they sit down to talk about something weird, interesting, horrifying or otherwise fascinating in the world of psychology, mental health and pop culture.
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Sound the alarm! There's a new episode of Reverse Psychology! This week, Dr. Diana gives an overview of Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors. If this is interesting for you, check out this site - https://www.bfrb.org/ more
Welcome back! This week, Dr. Mike and Diana talk about confidentiality in therapy. What stays a secret and what does not? Then, Dr. Mike does a deep dive into the time Justice Scalia threw shade towards therapists. more
Another week, another episode! This week, Dr. Diana takes a look at forensic psychology as well as times that psychologists played a role in legal decisions. more
This podcast made me major in psychology
Dude! I have never loved a podcast more. I hope you make more episodes🙏🏻
More episodes please. Your loyal fans are waiting for some yuks. It’s been a while
This couple is cute together, however, the psychology talk portion of the shows is almost non existent. Disorganized.
It’s, ok I can see why ppl may like it. Takes way to long to get to the actual topic, then when they get on topic, they continuously drift off and stay off then come back then repeat. So essentially you’re only getting about 10 min of conversation about the actual topic and more jokes and insight into their personal activities in life
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Reverse Psychology launched 5 years ago and published 70 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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