By Daniel J. Moran, Ph.D., BCBA
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Functionally Speaking is a podcast more adequate for the challenge of the human condition. Dr. D.J. Moran hosts this podcast for people interested in issues related to modern clinical psychology.
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #15 - Interview with Ingrid Ord||Speaking to Ingrid Ord was a wonderful opportunity to get a perspective of how a Christian views Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and about her book, ACT with Faith. I have a history of working the the Survivors Network for those Abused by Priests||9/7/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #14 - Interview with Norman Gustavson||Norman Gustavson is an ACT therapist and trainer working in Afghanistan. He tells of his experiences working with clients and trainees in Kandahar, and about the state of mental health treatment in that region. He also talks about how mindfulness medi||4/6/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #13 – Interview with Brandon Gaudiano||Brandon Gaudiano has done a great deal of research in contextual behavioral approaches related to clinical work. His website at Brown University is a treasure trove of great publications that you can download, read, and apply. He also h||3/31/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #12 - Interview with Anthony Biglan||I am very excited to have Tony Biglan on Functionally Speaking. He wrote a fantastic book called The Nurture Effect: How the Science of Human Behavior Can Improve Our Lives & Our World. I highly recommend the book, and you can order||2/28/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #11 - Interview with Beate Ebert||Beate Ebert is doing a remarkable job helping reduce suffering and improve quality of living for people in Sierra Leone. She’s helping establish mental health infrastructures, training professionals in Acceptance and Commitment Therap||2/10/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #10 - Interview with Lauren Porosoff||Lauren Porosoff, a junior high school teacher in New York, blends the ACT model into her curriculum. I always admire people who do something pioneering with the ACT work. She and I talk about how she does it, and she provides resources for weaving AC||1/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #9 - Interview with Joann Wright||This was the most fun I've had doing a podcast. Joann Wright, my friend, colleague, and "Big Sister" in graduate school talks with me about compassion and group therapy. She and Darrah Westrup have a book coming out this year on ACT and group psycho||1/4/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #8 - Interviews with Kelly Wilson and Julie Vargas||This edition of Functionally Speaking includes two interviews. They were both done back when I was more involved with this podcast a few years ago, but just because they are old, doesn’t mean I shouldn’t put them out for folks to||12/5/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #7 - D.J. Moran interviews Dennis Tirch||It’s the triumphant return of Functionally Speaking! After several years of dormancy, the podcast is back and featuring an interview with Dennis Tirch. He’s an awesome contextual behavioral scientist, compassionate therapist, and pa||11/22/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Art & Science of Valuing in Psychotherapy - Part Two||Before the Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences conference in The Netherlands, there were many requests to record the workshops. Joanne Dahl, Jennifer Plumb, Ian Stewart, and Tobias Lundgren led a fantastic workshop entitled The Art & Scienc||12/20/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Art & Science of Valuing in Psychotherapy - Part One||Before the Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences conference in The Netherlands, there were many requests to record the workshops. Joanne Dahl, Jennifer Plumb, Ian Stewart, and Tobias Lundgren led a fantastic workshop entitled The Art & Scienc||1/4/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #6||You might need some references for this version of Functionally Speaking. The intro alludes to a Washington Post article called Pearls Before Breakfast that I found particularly condescending and is related to a series of posts on the ACT Listserve c||4/19/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #5||This edition of Functionally Speaking starts with a brief explanation of the term "truth" from a functional contextual perspective, and then is followed by an interview with Niklas Torneke about his new book ABC’s of Human Behavior: Behavior Principle||11/10/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #4||Functionally Speaking #4 is here! In this episode, I interview Chad Drake about the IRAP, and Aki Masuda about ACT & Stigma and the challenges of making ACT work more internationally accepted. Enjoy! D.J. Moran||4/21/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #3||Thanks for checking out the third edition of this 21st century behavior therapy podcast. I'll present a brief sneak preview of the ACTSI4, and then talk at length with Hank Robb about Spiritual Reality. After that I am joined by Rhonda Merwin who di||3/12/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #2||Enjoy the second edition of Functionally Speaking. This podcast includes part two of my interview with Steve Hayes plus an interview with Rob Zettle about his new book ACT for Depression. In addition, Sonja Batten discusses committed action and the||11/8/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFunctionally Speaking #1||Thanks for your interest in Functionally Speaking - A Third Wave Behavior Therapy Podcast. Simply 'double click' on the Play button underneath Listen Now. This episode's guests: Kevin Polk Steve Hayes (Part 1 of 2) Feel free to click th...||8/19/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
smart, funny, and workable
DJ Moran has remarkable insight, but his ability to communicate with street smarts and wise cracks set this podcast as functionally amazing.