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How To: Use Our Episode Code To Search & Forward

This Episode Review page provides brief highlights for episode guests and their conversation contents. Connectivity will help you find, listen and forward your favorite episodes. Each episode topic arrives, with useful downloads, through an uncomplicated numbering system at your doorstep. Remember: Complimentary Episode Downloads will also use the code to tag each respective access: For example – /001download 

This is easy – our recording code is your access & forwarding system: For example, will take you to my first introductory episode:

001 Parker – My Brief – Why CBJ? – Intro – Start with why to start with a firm foundation. Thousands suffer from current imprecise psychiatric diagnostic and treatment practices. Our CBJ Community, with your help, works hard to use new data to improve imprecision through personal solutions reports in these episodes.

About Our Extraordinary Guests
These guests examples will make you catch your breath.

002 Cassani – Medications Mismanaged – Monica Cassani spells out how mismanaged benzos and antidepressants created years of recovery challenges – and how she made it out of those terrible woods. Her story highlights the underlying reason for encouraging more efficient medication use through client/guest contributions at CBJ. Psych meds often do work well, unless they don’t.

003 Tendler – dTMS Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation – Dr. Aron Tendler – Psychiatric brain researcher who uses dTMS to provide remarkable new, peer-reviewed technology to address repetitive treatment failure. TMS can not only help treat challenges with major depression, but many others lost in the psychiatric swamps of treatment failure. He’s looking beyond the surface diagnosis – into the reality of corrupted neurophysiology.

004 Kosierowski – ADHD Coaching Insights – Keith Kosierowski – An ADHD Coach who teaches parents, teachers and education administrators informed ways to improve self-management interventions at home and in school. Coaching is different than psychotherapy; it focuses on building new resources, not simply rehashing old problems. Cognitive problems require a cognitive approach.

005 Osborne – Fresh Gluten Science Details – Dr. Peter Osborne – A national authority regarding the neurophysiology of gluten sensitivities on brain function – how to measure, how to treat – with fundamental, remarkable insights on the myriad of unrecognized gluten subsets that muck up and destroy brain communication networks. He delivers gut and brain info at the street level. Warning: deep gut and brain insights do require a fastened seat belt.

006 Vespasian – Rational Thinking Works – John Vespasian – An author interviewed in the Netherlands with remarkable insights from his nine books on Rational Living. He reports on penetrating thought leaders and philosophers who show how the process of rational thinking – works to make a difference – from DaVinci to Spinoza – and much more. Thinking matters. Platitudes help, but Rational Reality cuts the mustard.

007 Hedaya – Psychiatric Evolution In Person – Dr. Robert Hedaya – A dear friend from my DC years – he’s won numerous University teaching awards as a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown with precise insights on inflammation, Alzheimer’s, pain, gut/brain imbalances and specific medical measurements that make a diagnostic difference. His remarks: inspirational. He’s on an incredible mission. If you don’t look, you can’t see.

008 Siefkas – Personal Notes On TBI and PTSD – Heidi Siefkas – An international travel expert with a story that will at once break your heart and give you hope. If you or your loved ones have experienced brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder, you will appreciate how she worked to survive both. Heidi brings the experience of her backyard to your doorstep with details that work. She is one tough woman. Recovery works if you work it.

009 Stevens – The Biology Of Alcohol  – Scott Stevens – An award-winning journalist with two near-death experiences with alcoholism – who spells out fresh, biologically relevant details on how and why alcohol is, quite simply, a national pandemic. From breast cancer to how to start a recovery process his practical, insightful guidelines serve as an excellent starting point for our future CBJ discussions on the pervasive challenges we all face with addiction globally. Substance abuse kills both body and mind.

010 Melillo – Deep Tools For Brain Balance – Dr. Robert Melillo – An engaging, articulate medical professional who thoroughly understands the profound clinical impact of the disconnected mind – from autism to ADHD, OCD, Pervasive Developmental Delay – his favorite word, after “disconnected” and “complexity,” is “measure.” Now you know why we so much enjoyed our conversation. We discuss how, why, and what-to-do in considerable entertaining detail. His big picture view will make you want to regularly connect with what he’s doing next.


 Actionable Benefits – Added Value From CBJ Guests

Your Downloads: The show notes of each episode will always include additional useful educational downloads and drawings. Guests will give away other resources through book drawings and pdfs with utilitarian links. For example, Scott Stevens sponsored a big drawing for all three of his interesting recovery books. If you take the time to travel with us, we plan to maximize value for you, wherever you are, both literally and figuratively.  

Additional Guest postings: Many of our CBJ guests will add even more benefit to their insightful Episode Audio remarks by providing Guest Posts with more links, also available at CBJ, as Articles. I regularly load Articles/Posts on here on the front page for your review.

At CBJ: “Episodes” mark the audio programs with explanatory links on the Show Notes. “Articles” identify written articles with extra links.

All of our guests do need more time. Yes, we do plan to invite many of them back on other subjects we only touched upon during our conversations. Each person is so engaging and refreshing – and so passionate about their message and their lives – you will love to listen as much as I enjoyed the opportunity to chat for these few moments together.

Your Contribution

Let’s work together to share these complimentary insights with others. You can contribute to these modern and undeniably relevant programs by just forwarding them to your extended connections. Just use and the appropriate /xxx code. Yes, I do hope you will join me to help these remarkable guests on their personal mission to improve mind care globally.  The change will take place when the public becomes an integral part of these life-changing conversations.

Please ask others to sign up today at –  or here below –  so they can dig into these recordings as they arrive, now two times/week. , almost 1 year out , we’re at 56K downloads in 85 countries because you’re already working diligently with us. Thanks for sharing, and…

Today , almost 1 year from launch, we’re at 56K downloads in 85 countries because you’re already working diligently with us. Thanks for sharing, and…

Thanks for sailing with all of us on these improved courses,



  1. Dr. Deborah Matteliano on 03/17/2018 at 6:58 PM

    Love the podcast

    • Dr Charles Parker on 03/20/2018 at 4:18 AM

      Thanks so much Deborah! It’s so interesting to see the different angles on mind-science from our amazing guests!

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