03/03/2013

Please encourage your friends to tune in to WGTK 970am.  Also, encourage them to CALL! the live chat line is (502) 571-0970.  The show airs from 8:06 to 10pm Eastern Time. If your friends are outside the Kentuckiana area, they can stream the show at the link below;  go to www.frager.com.  At the bottom of the home page, click on LIVE NOW!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Tonight’s guests:

L. Russell Hoover      8-9pm

L. Russell Hoover is a licensed psychologist and CEO of Mood Management Psychological Services where he specializes in treating depression, anxiety, and stress related disorders. He is the Executive Director of the Institute for the Advancement of NonCognitive Psychotherapy and is the recent author of Demand Healing, a book on psychotherapy franchised by the Institute.

His background includes a decade as chief psychologist clinical instructor at Andrew Taylor Still Medical College, where he trained externs, interns, and psychiatrists during their residency period.

Talking points:

  • How did your work at a medical college effect your career as a psychologist? Was the impact good or bad?
  • In your promo you indicate that Adam Lanza heinous actions were caused by anger. If that is the cause where do you stand on gun control and this kind of gun violence? Is it all going to recede by way of mental health services?
  • Why has your work been described as revolutionary? What is so revolutionary about your work?
  • You are Executive Director and CEO for the Institute of NonCognitive Psychotherapy. What is that, a research center?
  • In your recent work Demand Healing you speak of the Laws of Botheration, are these real laws and how do they relate to your work as a therapist?
  • What would you say is your main message as a psychologist or the message of your book?
  • Who would you say is the book’s main audience? Is it meant for the general reader or for academics, teachers, or mental health practitioners?
  • One chapter in your book, “Playing with Mind Candy,” you seem to suggest that pharmaceuticals like the SRI’s, Prozac and such actually cause brain damage. Are you saying these kinds of medications actually cause brain damage and if so how?
  • What would you say is your strongest or best characteristic as it relates to your work?
  • In understanding your work, is it necessary to understand earlier background, your formative years as you were growing up?

Related Links:

Controlling Anger Before it Controls You  (A. P. A.)

Strategies to Keep Anger at Bay  (A. P. A.)

10 Tips to Tame Your Temper  (Mayo Clinic)

Anger Management  (National Crime Prevention Council)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Mary Ann Block, DO, PA    9:06 to 10:00pm    Website:  www.blockcenter.com

Dr. Block is in private practice in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, with  a focus on chronic health problems in adults and children with a special interest in treating ADHD and Autism without drugs. She holds a clinical faculty appointment and she has served on the faculty as assistant professor at the University of North Texas Health Science Center/Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas.

Dr. Block has been featured on the television show, The Doctors, the CBS news show, 48 Hours, MSNBC’s Scarborough Country, The Joni Show and The Montel Williams Show, and interviewed on CNN News, NBC`s Home Page, Fox Network News, Trinity Broadcasting Network, and The Today Show as well as such magazines as Better Homes and Gardens and radio and newspapers across the country.

Dr. Block is the author of 6 books, No More ADHD, No More Ritalin, No More Antibiotics, Just Because You’re Depressed, Doesn’t Mean You Have Depression, The ABC’s of Raising Great Kids and Today I Will Not Die, the story of her mother’s recovery from terminal lung cancer.

Talking Points:

  • Why do you think the mental health profession has responsibility for the mass murders taking place across the U.S.?
  • Where does the problem start?
  • Are kids over-diagnosed ADHD?
  • Are kids over-prescribed for ADHD?
  • What are the side effects of the ADHD drugs that could lead to killings?
  • What are the real underlying causes of ADHD symptoms?
  • Is depression over-diagnosed?
  • Are antidepressants over-prescribed?
  • What are the side effects of antidepressants?
  • What are the real underlying causes of depression?
  • What do you think is the solution to this problem?
  • What is your website address?

Related Links:

Anxiety  (MedlinePlus)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder  (MedlinePlus ~  compendium of relevant medical literature)

Asperger Syndrome  (MedlinePlus)

Autism  (MedlinePlus)

Depression  (MedlinePlus)

Mood Disorders  (MedlinePlus)


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
For more info stay in touch with “Let’s Talk” at these links:

Let’s talk blogposts            http://t.co/u2aML1Dg
facebook                        http://www.facebook.com/stan.frager
twitter                         https://twitter.com/DrFragershow

Mark Thornton
Dr. Stan Frager Show
Producer

Tony Safina  (Media Research) tony@iglou.com

Comments are closed.