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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda talks with Humberto and Paulette Perhach about the new Amy Winehouse documentary.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk and Humberto discuss the psychology of Shia LaBeouf and his semi-autobiographical movie, Honey Boy.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk interviews Dana Obleman, founder of the Sleep Sense Program, about helping children (and adults) sleep better.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk and Humberto discuss the HBO documentary The Crime of Century, which details the corruption of the opioid crisis.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] What movies depict psychological disorders accurately? Dr. Kirk Honda can only find a small number of movies that are accurate, detailed enough, and not stigmatizing.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] Do you know anyone who draws a lot of attention? Dr. Kirk does a deep dive on histrionic personality. (Intro)

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk talks with Coonoor Behal about her book about quitting.

    You can find the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Quit-Life-Affirming-Joy-Giving-Up-ebook/dp/B093QN3GXJ/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8#customerReviews

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Why are people obsessed with true crime? Dr. Kirk and Humberto discuss.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk and Bob answer fast questions for Bob.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda and Humberto talk about the pros and cons of age gaps in romantic relationships.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] What does DBT look like exactly? Bob demonstrates Dialectical Behavior Therapy Technique. (Intro)

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • What were your experiences as a teen with music and MTV? Dr. Kirk and Humberto discuss.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk and Bob answer fast questions for Bob.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • Dr. Kirk and Humberto answer patron questions.

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda analyzes himself using psychodynamic theory. (Intro)

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    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda talks about OCD.

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  • Dr. Kirk answers upper-tier patron questions.

    Trust, Pandemic, and Bo Burnham

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  • Why do you procrastinate? How do you overcome procrastination? Dr. Kirk does a deep dive. (Intro)

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  • Dr. Kirk answers listener questions.

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda and Humberto talk with listener Tyler Akey about his experience as a music therapist trainee.

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