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  • [Rerun] Part 2 of Dr. Kirk’s deep dive on NPD. (Intro)

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    June 27, 2018

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk does a deep dive on narcissism.

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    June 29, 2018

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Bob and Kirk answer questions from patrons and YouTube members.

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    00:00 Sexual attraction with safety

    02:19 Cheating monologues & overt conversations

    15:35 Blindsided without closure in therapy

    25:04 Can a therapist wear too many hats?

    34:21 Is it normal not to do intake paperwork?

    40:45 Are fast and loose ethics helpful?

    56:12 Is there a wrong reason to be a therapist?

    1:05:14 Couples Therapy

    1:12:55 Recording with Bob

    1:17:11 Gifts for Bob


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    February 16, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Dr Kirk Honda interviews Dr Ann Blake about projection and Jung.

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    00:00 Introducing Dr. Ann Blake

    03:54 The everydayness of projection

    14:29 CG Jung's definition of projection

    16:12 Identifying markers & breaking a cycle of projection

    21:35 Polly Young-Eisendrath's definition of projection

    25:14 An exercise in projection

    33:06 Negative projection

    39:18 The importance of tone

    47:27 Jungian synchronicity

    50:14 The good news of projection

    1:04:37 What's next for Dr. Ann


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    February 14, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Rebeccasode! Kirk and Rebecca talk about weird professors and a few other things.

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    00:00 Weird interactions with students

    13:48 What's going on in Texas?

    15:07 What is the professor's responsibility?

    20:38 What does being professional look like?

    25:45 The weird Star Trek sound

    27:50 Rebecca's mom, memorials, and Mr. Blowhard

    45:34 What does it mean to offer mentorship?

    48:06 What does it mean to be too much in your head?

    1:08:54 Why did someone throw a paper back at Rebecca?

    1:20:19 Rebecca's next step into sex therapy

    1:28:22 Sneaking into clubs & Anna Kendrick



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    February 12, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda talks about emotion focused therapy (EFT).


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    August 30, 2017

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda does a deep dive on perfectionism and impostor syndrome.

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    December 31, 2018

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Dr Kirk Honda interviews his mentor, Dr Paul David.

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    00:00 Dr. Kirk & Dr. Paul David's history

    28:20 Taking over the program & work at Antioch

    40:48 Dr. Paul's diagnosis & assisted suicide

    48:43 Acknowledging death & Alzheimer's disease

    1:04:55 How does it feel to know when you will die?

    1:11:28 Does Dr. Paul believe in an afterlife?

    1:15:04 Did Dr. Paul tell his clients?

    1:22:20 How would Dr. Paul like to be remembered?


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    February 9, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Kirk interviews his dad.

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    00:00 Who was Dr. Kirk named after?

    05:18 Childhood stories about Dr. Kirk

    19:17 Alan's career path

    43:56 Has Alan always golfed?

    49:30 Alan's modeling career

    51:31 Were the internment camps talked about?

    1:05:14 Racism growing up

    1:08:24 Alan & Sue's relationship

    1:28:10 Reaching out to apologize

    1:35:50 Final thoughts


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    February 7, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Kirk interviews his dad.

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    00:00 How did Alan grow up?

    05:46 What lessons were learned in sports?

    32:29 How is family prioritized and valued?

    40:41 Was Alan ever worried for Dr. Kirk?

    54:59 How did Dr. Kirk choose a college?

    1:06:43 When did Kirk start singing?

    1:10:28 How did Alan feel when Dr. Kirk started making music?

    1:16:42 Alan's perception of parenting

    1:24:46 What is the secret to a happy marriage?

    1:28:04 What has Alan learned about working out conflict?

    1:37:57 What did Alan think of Dr. Kirk becoming a therapist?

    1:42:08 What did Alan first think of the podcast?

    1:48:46 Extras


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    February 5, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • (Rerun) Dr Kirk Honda talks with Humberto about the dark tetrad - or the dark four personality traits.


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    September 26, 2016

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk Honda talks with Humberto about the psychology and development of Bill Cosby.

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    December 26, 2018

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Kirk and Humberto analyze the psychology of Neo-Nazis.

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    00:00 What do you say to a Neo-Nazi neighbor?

    02:44 Why might someone become a Neo-Nazi?

    17:22 How does trauma motivate someone?

    34:40 The perpetrator of the Charlottesville car attack

    53:01 Holocaust denial on the internet

    48:53 Developing a schema leading to white nationalism


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    February 2, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Kirk and Humberto analyze the psychology of Neo-Nazis.

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    00:00 Violence motivated by racism


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    January 31, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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    00:00 What was the final solution?

    15:21 Racist ideologies post WW2

    26:59 Are there Nazi ideals in politics and the US?



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    January 29, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Dr. Kirk Honda discusses suicide assessment and treatment.


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    January 29, 2020

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Dr Kirk Honda and Humberto talk about Tania Head, the most famous 9/11 liar.

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    00:00 Intro

    01:51 Who is Tania Head?

    04:24 What was Tania's lie?

    12:17 How long did her lie last?

    16:07 What was the fallout?

    18:57 How did Tania get to that point?

    33:31 Other 9/11 liars

    37:35 False claims & is lying worth it?

    41:52 Are there too many excuses for lying?


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    January 1, 2017

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Kirk and Humberto analyze the psychology of Neo-Nazis.

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    00:00 Marjorie Taylor Green

    08:12 Mel Gibson

    10:20 Martin Luther

    13:55 Roald Dahl

    15:02 Coco Chanel

    16:45 Henry Ford

    27:45 The British Empire & Aryan



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    January 26, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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  • Kirk and Humberto analyze the psychology of Neo-Nazis.

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    00:00 Nikki Haley

    09:50 Kanye West

    16:42 How do these opinions spread?



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    January 24, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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    00:00 Hitler's childhood

    09:18 Hitler in WWI

    16:47 Hitler's rise to power & joining the acting as a spy & the German Workers' Party (DAP)

    40:15 Economic desperation in Germany




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    January 22, 2024

    The Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®


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