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I really appreciate the work you are already putting into this series first two episodes and I am excstatuc to listen to more. Discussing the problems and changes with ABA is an incredibly important conversation and I appreciate your research and dedication to think critically.
Incredibly disappointed in the sensory processing disorder episode. The hosts are clearly under informed or have an outdated education on the neuroscience behind autism and the impact of sensory issues. Hearing the way they joke about the struggles of autistic people, and their snarky review of occupational therapy techniques was disgusting. The field of psychology clearly still has a long way to go in this area. Looking forward to the generation of up and coming actually autistic psychologists ... more
Elmer Fudd meets machine gun?
I have been in the mental health for a while now, and most recently working towards a Master’s in Applied Behvaior Analysis. I started looking into podcasts on Psychology to help build my educational repertoire. more
Stop tribalism. How about a show on blind pandering. Have you looked at BLM website? It’s Communist propaganda.
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Why We Do What We Do launched 7 years ago and published 344 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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