Integrative Solutions for Anxiety with Dr. Nicole Cain, ND MA

Episode 54 of the Intentional Clinician Dr. Nicole Cain ND MA rejoins Paul Krauss MA LPC to discuss integrative solutions for anxiety. Dr. Nicole Cain, who practices in Arizona, is a nationally renowned expert on beating anxiety. She has been published by the Arizona Republic, PESI, NDNR, SCNM, The Institute […]

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Challenges in Addiction Treatment and Substance Use issues, during a worldwide pandemic

Challenges in Addiction Treatment and Substance Use issues, during a worldwide pandemic (Episode 53 of The Intentional Clinician Podcast) Paul Krauss MA LPC interviews three substance abuse specialists: Rae Green, Lynell Brewster, and Marilyn Spiller. All three specialists work to provide high-quality addiction and substance abuse treatment at Sanford Addiction […]

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Masculinity and the Shadow (The Dark Side of Being Male) w/ Adam Nash LPC

Masculinity and the Shadow (The Dark Side of Being Male) w/ Adam Nash LPC (Episode 52 of the Intentional Clinician) Paul Krauss MA LPC interviews Adam Nash MA LPC to discuss the “shadow,” particularly how it manifests in males. While everyone has a shadow, Paul and Adam focus on how the […]

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A Timeless Guide for Our Time: A New Translation of The Bhagavad Gita with Isaac Bentwich M.D.

[Episode 51 of the Intentional Clinician] Paul Krauss MA LPC interviews Dr. Isaac Bentwich about his translation of The Bhagavad Gita. The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient Sanskrit scripture that is one of the most translated and printed writings in the world. Dr. Bentwich considers it a tradition for living […]

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Pondering the roles of Men, Power, Ego, and other Unanswerable Questions with Remahn Farley

[Episode 49 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast] Paul Krauss MA LPC begins this episode of the Intentional Clinician Podcast by giving some background to the discussion that is to take place. Paul reads from and comments on Matthew Fox’s Book: The Hidden Spirituality of Men: Ten Metaphors to Awaken the […]

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Our Album of Original Songs and Stories: Motel (A Conversation with my Brother)

[Episode 48 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast] If you have ever wondered what your therapist does in their spare time, then this episode is for you. As a professional counselor, I believe in attempting to “practice what you preach.” While the human condition and various life circumstances make this difficult, […]

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Overcoming Hoarding Behaviors through Empathetic, Humane, and Ethical Methods w/ Elaine Birchall

[Episode 50 of The Intentional Clinician] Paul Krauss MA LPC interviews Hoarding Behavior Expert, Author, Consultant and Therapist Elaine Birchall, MSW, about her work helping people all over the globe be able to overcome hoarding behaviors. Elaine is a hoarding behavior and intervention specialist and coauthor of Conquer the Clutter: […]

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Exploring Yin Yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine Concepts with Stefanie Arend

[The Intentional Clinician Episode 47] Paul Krauss MA LPC interviews Stefanie Arend about her work teaching Yin Yoga throughout Europe and the world (via the internet). Before practicing yoga, Stefanie studied a variety of languages. After having children, she was prompted to learn yoga and realized that she wanted to […]

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What does “Black Lives Matter” mean? (A Panel Discussion)

[Episode 46 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast] Paul Krauss MA LPC hosts a panel discussion with three African-American males (Remahn, Chris, and James) who discuss the death of George Floyd, the meaning of “Black Lives Matter,” and other related topics. Paul reminds listeners that if you are new to this […]

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The Loneliness Epidemic and Implications for Mental and Physical Health with J.W. Freiburg

[Episode 45 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast] Paul Krauss MA LPC interviews Dr. J.W. Freiberg about his work as a Social Psychologist and Lawyer and his expertise on the topic of loneliness. Dr. Freiberg says that there are two different types of lonely people: those who are isolated, and also […]

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