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Psychjourney Podcasts: On Depression and Anxiety

If you are looking for audio interviews of top psychologists, psychiatrist, and mental health personalities, you should visit “Psychjourney Podcasts.” You can download informative podcasts to listen to on your way to work (if you actually have a job in this economy) or as you’re supposed to be watching your kid’s soccer game.

Fellow blogger and psychologist, Dr. Kevin Keough, taped an interview with me a week or so ago. At 58 minutes, it was the most comprehensive interview I’ve ever had. But the time flew by for me, because Kevin was asking such probing and interesting questions.


Click here to get to my interview.

Click here to see all the other Psychjourney podcasts.

And click here to visit Kevin’s blog.

Now stop clicking! :)

  • Elizabeth

    Awesome! I was just trying to find some good podcasts about anxiety and OCD last night and didn’t have much luck! How fortuitous that you would post such awesome links this morning!
    I have a question… and I am just curious. Are your eyes really as blue as they appear in your picture at the top of the blog? When I watch your video posts, they look more brown.
    Thanks again!

  • Jill

    Only the link for your interview works, I keep getting “500 internal server error” on the other ones. :(

  • Jill

    The correct link for the blog is here:
    and for the podcasts:
    I hope this helps!

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