It's New Orleans: Questions From The Waiting Room
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Questions from the Waiting Room explores the world of Dr. Nick Pejic - a busy New Orleans Psychiatrist, and co-host David Miller - a bright eyed millennial. David asks sensitive questions that patients might feel ashamed to ask, while Dr. Nick answers in a sincere, spontaneous, and unscripted manner" much like he does in his Uptown consultation room. To start each episode, the listener gets a sneak peek into the life of Dr. Nick as he answers personal questions to prove that psychiatrists are human, too. The conversations flow from a light banter to a serious discussion, while they explore the broad terrain of human emotion and experience. Dr. Nick refers to these conversations as "the psychiatry of everyday life."
||CleanDeath By Nickelback - Questions From The Waiting Room - It's New Orleans||How might you die Dr. Nick expects a Nickelback fan will take him out. David has an ironic Snoopy death. Ask yourself, What would you do if you had one year left to live This week s Questions from the Waiting Room address road rage, working in a distracting world, and self confidence. For those that are socially anxious, Dr. Nick gives a shameless dating tip. Use it||1/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat Do You Love? - Questions From The Waiting Room - It's New Orleans||What do you love to do This is a tricky question that Dr. Nick and David try to answer. This episode spans several topics including finding yourself to the genetics of smell. Find out how why Napoleon told Josphine not to shower and the formula to communciate non violently. This week s Questions from the Waiting Room discuss identity crisis, dependency issues, and living authentically. The show finishes on how Abraham Lincoln was one of the greatest presidents who, all the while, fought depression.||8/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWinston Churchill and Smashing Pumpkins - Questions From The Waiting Room - It's New Orleans||Do you have a favorite parent In this episode, the duo figures out which parent they vibe with better and why. Dr. Nick discusses how coaching and psychiatry are different while David becomes more millennial by getting a stereotypically millennial haircut. This week s Questions from the Waiting Room are about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, how to take an anti depressant, and the psychological effects of sexual abuse. Lastly, we take a step back in history to learn about the mental health of Winston Churchill what a rockstar.||8/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDr. Nick Gets Naked - Questions From The Waiting Room - It's New Orleans||Dr. Nick gets naked in front of his vocal coach and discusses his biggest fear. David engineers the tomato juice massacre at his work and admits to maybe being a pot smoking millennial. This week s Questions from the Waiting Room are about social anxiety, nightmares and dreams, and how to quit a habit. Dr Nick reviews the rates of mental illness and leaves you with an inspriational quote of the week you know, to feel better about things.||7/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSession 1 - Questions From The Waiting Room - It's New Orleans||The inaugural episode of Questions from the Waiting Room opens with Dr. Nick admitting a less than stellar moment with his wife, while David reminisces about his first and only girlfriend. Have you ever woken up feeling irritated or sad and an hour later suddenly feel upbeat and ready to take on the day You re not alone. Dr. Nick addresses the reasons we experience these mood swings and advises us on some solutions. Do you ever feel pleasure when a friend or coworker experiences a failure This might not be that uncommon of a feeling Dr. Pejic discusses why this could be the case. Join Dr. Pejic and David for a fun and informational session about these topics and more||7/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
This is a great show for general psychiatry topics and unscripted fun dialogue. It’s recorded in New Orleans, which adds some spice to it.