Our Mission From CBJ Guests & Dr. Parker
Mission: Translating Brain & Body Insights To Improve Mind-Care In Everytown
If you do what you’ve always done,
then you’ll always get what you got.
~ Henry Ford
It’s not about me; it’s about you. Our team mission takes your team to new territories you already wish to travel in your lifetime – beyond stuckness and maybe. Here evolved actions – measurable biomedical dynamics – speak louder than words, in spite of the word-maps and classifications that live on from ages ago. CoreBrain Journal is our chance to discuss the latest discoveries in mind science with policymakers, researchers, and the informed public.
A Neuroscience Sea-Change is afoot – as far too many with cognitive and emotional challenges struggle with inadequate insights and ineffective care based on the whimsical innocence and associated denial of existing behaviorally-based diagnostic codes. In a word, too many are lost. This remark is not a defeatist, surprise revelation, but a commonly accepted fact that has not yet reached the everyday standard of care.
First, identify the problem.
Old maps aren’t bad; they’re merely insufficient. If you’ve experienced insufficient, inadequate mind care this is your opportunity to listen directly to expert opinion as they address the same frustrations.
Let’s get on these new maps, own them, use them, and stay updated.
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Be the change, listen up here, start now,
– to identify the causal biomedical realities of underlying mental problems and address the pervasive treatment failure that families repeatedly experience with the current standards of guesswork and vagaries that typify the routine standards of imprecise psychiatric care,
– to hear Guest insights from years of experience with the realities of what does work and how
– what facts and new perceptions that inspired their ideas,
– what decisions improved their insights and their lives,
– how they deal with treatment failure in their work,
– how they struggle to make further progress, even down at the street level in Anytown,
– how remarkable new labs, tools, and techniques improve mental health options
I’m determined and passionate about opening current maps to travel to new territories for you and your teams. Let’s get on this train and travel together.
Note: Biomedical impediments erect the singular most predictable, now measurable, somatic barriers that encourage treatment failure. Once understood these same obstacles often present treatment opportunities as we can now set more precise plans to take the roadblocks down. At CBJ our insightful guests regularly target and report findings on those heretofore unforeseeable barriers.
Pharmaceuticals are not the problem; they provide a reasonable part of informed solutions. Too many use medications and supplements without thinking or knowing the specific impediments and built-in biomedical expectations do encourage significant treatment failures globally.
Critical thinking is in – binary, reductionistic, reptilian thinking is out.
Genuine tragedies in the world are not conflicts between right and wrong.
They are conflicts between two rights.
~ Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
The Good News – Problems Become Instructive For A New Path
Our CBJ discussions provide maps and markers out on the Reality Road that will help avoid detours, sharp turns, and pitfalls as we travel along life’s way. New plans with fresh insights open new doors of understanding with our extraordinary Guests here at CBJ.
Stunning original data points and incredible contemporary technologies dramatically improve options with measured new paths in today’s mind science.
Start With The Obvious Complexity of “ADHD”
For complimentary video insights to take the mystery out of the pervasive issue of Executive Function challenges from both diagnostic and treatment perspectives consider this introductory video and connected sets of ~ 60 tutorial videos on YouTube:
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Here I share with you insightful, driven researchers and practitioners who repeatedly dig for answers to the complexity of challenges with brain health – including both professionals and concerned mothers who search relentlessly for answers over years of their child’s lifetime.
Through CBJ, those cumulative insights will come directly to you with links and references that honor the teamwork of those who’ve come before.
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New Tools Combat Treatment Failure
Recognition is the first step to change.
Moses Maimonides – 12th Century
Medical imprecision creates treatment compromise, and, too often, treatment failure. I still love my practice, and also spend many hours teaching anyone interested in the details of how to use fresh data and excellent resources now available through dramatic advancements in brain science technology. I’ve offered complimentary solutions for some of the most apparent problems on YouTube for more than nine years. [See my brief YouTube example below.]
Your Paradox: Treatment Failure Can Now Work For You
The obstacle is the way.
~ Ryan Holiday
Today we live at a crossroads, a Galileo Moment in mind-science. Remarkable laboratory tools and recent neuroscience discoveries now show us how those random treatment failures can now guide us to more useful, practical answers. Problems now become instruction tools for advanced solutions. Treatment failure teaches us to ask different questions. Cost-effective laboratory testing is now available to understand molecular physiology on a subcellular level – from transporter proteins on the presynaptic nerves to genetic changes in neurotransmitter cofactor pathways.
These concepts at first sound weird and complicated, but discussions with our Guests make these challenges understandable. It does sound deep with these new tools – but don’t worry, language is part of the solution, so I’ll make sure I simplify their lessons for you here at CBJ. These challenging issues are also explained a bit more carefully in my Updated Parker Brief Bio, here in PDF.
Real Answers On The Reality Path
‘Seems,’ madam? Nay, it is; I know not ‘seems.’
~ Hamlet, Shakespeare
Every new technology, new measurement tools, and an improved treatment process adds additional, reality-based, potential recovery opportunities. CoreBrain Journal reviews these exciting innovations from both professionals and those who have responded effectively with peer-referenced, improved results.
If new answers are out there, we will interview the most experienced thought leaders who teach us their personal views and skill sets on diverse fresh perspectives – how new insights work, and how those unusual interventions have changed their lives both as professionals and clients.
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Different Answers From A Measured Context
Yes, this quote is a favorite and bears repeating:
Most of the mistakes in thinking are inadequacies of perception rather than mistakes of logic.
Edward de Bono
Our shared problem: entropic communications based upon weak, inadequate mind perceptions most often constructed on Paleolithic, Systems 1, reductionistic, reptilian thinking. Today’s mind Realities supersede the preceding value of dreams and dreaming without data. Education changes attitudes. Dogmatically entrenched misperceptions based on hearsay and appearance-beliefs will not move mind care forward for the millions in need of improved mental services. It’s time to connect data-informed professionals with consumers to facilitate any next-mind conversations.
Our CBJ Guests move confidently forward from the periphery of remote systems awareness to the deeper, new Reality Process of systems data, reality, thinking, and planning, beyond reptilian duality.
Let’s work together to encourage more careful inquiry. Many discoveries do, at first, sound complicated – but our CBJ translations,p based on fresh guest insights make hard data more understandable at the street level for everyone in Anytown.
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Why I’m On This Mission: My Training
By now you know I’m still in training. Everyday. Guests at CoreBrain Journal keep both of us fresh, even after these many years of practice and experience. At CBJ we train together. I love working with you on this critical, ongoing learning project.
Rest assured, if I think I know it all, I’ll hang it up. Sometimes I become a bit too effusive with guests and their new information here, but that’s OK. As a non-recovering Eagle Scout [with a God and Country Award], I’m excited to journey here on similar Paths with these remarkable souls, on different ships with fresh maps to many new destinations. Our global mind-village mission is traveling together.
Diverse Training Connects Tiny Details To The Big Picture
I’m a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, Board Certified in Psychiatry, with inactive Board Certifications after ten years in both Addiction Medicine and Forensic Psychiatry. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission also licenses/certifies me [since ’03] as an Authorized User For SPECT Nuclear Imaging.
In my early days, I graduated after seven years of training in classical Freudian Psychoanalysis in the ’70s but stopped providing psychoanalytic treatments a lifetime ago. I lectured nationally for more than twenty years on topics ranging from relationships, addiction/recovery, and self-management, to psychopharmacology and biomedical testing/treatments for functional medicine testing companies.
During my pharmaceutical mission days, I set out to teach the informed use of psychiatric medications for hundreds of medical colleagues. I never ‘sold drugs.’ I did teach verified neuroscience answers to improve the informed, correct use of pharmaceuticals. I’ve always worked to understand ‘correct action’ – and hate to see that disappointment in the eyes of those suffering when medical expectations miss the mark – especially when I thought I knew the answers.
Current Drug Information Is Woefully Inadequate For Medical Professionals
The inappropriate outcry against that process of dinner-meeting-training for medical professionals who now update their use of psych meds only through pharmaceutical reps contributes to the errors, misinformation, and stigma against the use of any psychiatric medications. The essential variable now almost entirely out of the training environment: clinical experience. Go figure. The misinformed politics on that decision need serious, immediate revision. There were, and still are problems with speakers who abused that system, but they could be corrected quite simply by direct, personal action within pharma.
Too Many Cooks In The Kitchen
Stated plainly: we live in a sea of casual suppositions that range from innocence to clear denial that adversely affects thousands of patients worldwide – and thousands of medical professionals with no formal psychopharmacological training whatsoever now daily write for psychiatric medications. Their errors, denial, and whimsy create a pervasive counterproductive stigma that spins with unnerving repetition into attempts at informed use of medications by those who do know what they’re doing. Denial creates both stigma and profound treatment resistance.
The pervasive problem of guesswork with psychiatric medicines increases every day as more medical professionals use outdated appearance criteria for the complexity of more profoundly troubling biomedical issues without knowing essential details about those medications or biomedical factors in the first place. I see these problems every day in a bustling, often second-opinion practice, exploring the consequences of predictable treatment failures.
Casual use of psychotropic drugs was a problem back in the ’80’s and remains an even more severe international issue today, almost forty years later – especially in the context of advanced neuroscience discoveries.
Superficial assessments prevent informed accuracy. The illusion of partial precision provides false reassurance.
For those who challenge any use of pharmaceutical agents, I suggest one starting-point answer: Yes, do learn psychopharmacology – then determine the neuroscience details beyond medications that only work if you work to understand the nuances of metabolic impediments. Problems should drive more in-depth inquiry and need support from managed care.
The Money Paradox of Medical Care
Take a deep breath; this is the confused reality of psychiatry today: The intelligence, experience, and data of pharmaceutical research now lives in the hands of the money men. The uninformed, economically-driven managed care companies have uniformly decided they are the appropriate gatekeepers and today set out to rule the clinical landscape with directions grounded in economics, not pain. High school graduates [under the direction of Medical Directors who don’t want to deal with challenging practice games they have created] now hold board certified, pharmacologically trained, medical professionals, accountable as the new Psych Medication Thought Police.
The contemporary paradox is that money rules the game of clinical care far more than ever before, and the uneducated Thought Police who manage treatment authorizations amplify current medical problems with ever increasing different misperceptions that answer to the politic of labels, not investigating the painful realities of the suffering people. Certified, trained, experienced medical, mental health professionals daily go begging as sharecroppers while managed care enlarges their tenet farms – as in the ’30s.
Mind Science Struggles in a Dualistic, Decartian La Brea Tar Pit
Yes, we’re living in the Dualism [Mind ≠ Body] Dark Ages. As in the days of slavery, reductionistic labels, quite regressively, now rule mind interventions more than ever before. It’s not a healthy system. This outdated, inefficient system supports compromised, ineffective care by not only requiring inadequate treatment criteria but also through multiple levels of thought police repeatedly arguing against informed quality care.
Who now speaks for the patients? Too few.
I can tell you from considerable experience – with a full-time, paid, managed-care-sycophant costing our practice thousands to repeatedly shine their shoes – that theirs is a feudal system, a medieval world focused on their larder, not the purported care of “insured” souls.
It’s taxation without representation painfully paid for through the pervasive, doctrinaire inadequacy of care.
The grand, unpredictable multiplicity of managed care Kings, each with different, confusing group-think kingdoms that use economically driven rules regarding their views on diagnosis and treatment, address their interests – but not the interests of the public they might insure. They do not listen but rather hire fascistic high school graduates as mercenaries to kill progress and burn the books of advancing, enlightened care.
Friends, it is that bad and getting worse – as they daily ask for more and more feedback and paper to help them chase their economic rainbows. We’ve entered a surreal primitive state of Paleolithic, tribal thinking with regulatory objectives typical of a warrior territorial code that challenges intelligent, evolutionary participation.
Our Response To The Return of The Dark Ages and Dr. No
The things which are seen are temporal, but the things that are not seen are eternal.
~ Paul, AD56
At CBJ we are determined to carry new messages and plans to the global street frontiers where the pain is real, and the suffering public remains brazenly dismissed. Here we trek and re-map the deserts of reality-denial. Our CBJ mission isn’t apocryphal; it’s authentic. Research, data, and experience drive our curious and determined guests to essential reassuring territories with significant corrective actions. We’re not settling on the tenant farms to pick cotton for the feudal landlords; we’re on a midnight ride scouting safe havens for those back home.
Here at CBJ, we answer these arrested and regressive patterns – we can do more, and we will. In the end game, the informed public will demand change.
Therefore: Ongoing Training At CBJ To Address Treatment Failure
…but first let’s do the numbers.
~ Kai Ryssdal, Host of Marketplace NPR
Informed psychopharmacology must involve not only neurotransmitters and receptor sites but all of the metabolic roadblocks along the way. Predictable psychopharmacology practice involves far more than knowing drug actions and interactions for inadequate label-targets. Today anyone using medications must include an appreciation of the entire biomedical, somatic-metabolic grid for more efficient outcomes. The mind connects to the body.
Note: Biomedical impediments erect the singular most predictable, now measurable, somatic barriers that encourage treatment failure. The numbers are there; we have to look a bit more to see them.
On the bright side, once understood these same obstacles often paradoxically present treatment opportunities as we can now set more precise plans to take mental and biomedical roadblocks down. At CBJ our insightful guests regularly target and report findings on those heretofore unforeseeable barriers. They discuss the numbers, the data, and thereby build a foundation of more predictable outcomes.
An Obvious Starting Point: The Inarguable Complexity of “ADHD”
Understanding the reality of brain function resulting in cognitive disarray is not that complicated. It does require a different set of perceptions involving timing, context, and efficiency of thinking. I’m setting about to formalize that training here with CoreBrain Academy video tutorials at ADHD 101.
For complimentary introductory video insights to take the mystery out of the pervasive issue of Executive Function challenges from both diagnostic and treatment perspectives, consider this introductory video and connected sets of ~ >300 tutorial videos on my YouTube channel. About 60 of those address ADHD diagnosis and treatment understandings based upon data from thousands of treatment failures based on inadequate information.
CoreBrain Journal Expert Examples: Issues Beyond “ADHD”
Our psychiatric diagnostic and treatment systems need formal revision. “ADHD” misunderstandings and ineffective treatments represent but a small segment of the contemporary brain and biomedical misunderstandings. If you agree, let’s travel and explore possibilities in these new lands together.
If you don’t wish to connect for ongoing travels together, please nevertheless stay tuned and be prepared. What you don’t know about mind-recovery will eventually visit your doorstep – we’re in this together, no matter how you slice it. The reality of mind misunderstandings will likely knock on your door, either personally or with challenging relationships along the way.
CBJ expert commentaries offer new hope through peer-reviewed research coupled with clinical experience.
My Paradox: Changed Perceptions
It is a very recent disease to mistake the unobserved for the nonexistent;
but some are plagued by the worse disease of mistaking the unobserved for the unobservable.
~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
I’ve fielded medical and biomedical questions from hundreds of medical audiences during presentations from Brownsville, TX to Fargo, ND, Manhattan, Miami Beach, Memphis, Boston, LA, San Francisco, Puerto Rico, The Cayman Islands, St. Croix, Paris and Lake Tahoe.
My problem: With updated pharma training every year for more than two decades, from many of the most experienced researchers and mind clinicians in the world, I nevertheless experienced too much treatment failure in my offices, based on using the best pharmaceutical science available.
Why? – Because I didn’t see the complexity of each person’s entire biomedical picture. I didn’t know what these experts report to you here today in these pages at CoreBrain Journal.
My misunderstandings and misperceptions based upon that foundation of insufficient data led to my own, always embarrassing, treatment failure experiences. Treatment failures forced me to dig deeper into more informed solutions – and the available numbers. In my offices and in my hosting experience I’m always looking for the best answers.
Here at CoreBrain Journal, I’ll use those previous counterproductive experiences as grounds for our penetrating interviews to encourage improved perceptions for use with your family and loved ones, now in 109 countries. Seeing and hearing hard data now changes old beliefs and dogmatic categorizations globally.
At CBJ peer-reviewed evidence punctuates each show notes page to support each guest’s insights.
The Big Picture
Global Neuroscience Curiosity Grows Daily
Stats Updated: As of 1-04-19 CBJ continues to appear on iTunes New and Noteworthy under Science and Medicine. Accomplished expert Guests At CBJ [>287] now inform interested listeners in those 110 countries with more than 30 thousand downloads a month at iTunes. We know our exceptional Guests serve a pervasive need for a curious and increasingly well-informed global citizenry.
When the public understands the absolute necessity for improved, measured, functional data, those new target recognition options, and predictably improved outcomes will help resolve the ambiguity of outdated, polemic dogma.
About The Roads Beyond Meds
My broad diversity of medical speaking experience, completed multiple training activities, multiple certifications – and the process of missing underlying diagnostic markers in spite of those “traditional” credentials make me an outspoken proponent of comprehensive, biological assessments. Esteemed colleagues have taught me that it’s essential to diagnostically dig more carefully with research based on available neuroscience discoveries.
Yes, I am opinionated. But I remain humble in the face of what I didn’t know in the early ’70s, and what I still don’t know today. Our learning together at CBJ builds a dedicated team to move the markers forward from those old patterns of diagnosis and treatment.
The Critical Thinking Community
And remember this, I’m not the only professional concerned about the limitations of current psychiatric diagnostic and treatment practices. Other Critical Thinkers agree on the importance and necessity of more comprehensive, data-driven understandings:
When we talk about the brain, it is anything but unidimensional, simplistic or reductionistic.
Thomas Insel, Past Director NIMH
Beyond My Office
When I’m not writing, interviewing or teaching, I’m thinking of that next family trip to Maine or California for fly-fishing with my wife, son, and daughter and their own delightful, always intriguing families.
Our adult children married two remarkably bright and discerning travelers with wisdom beyond their years. Our two grandchildren in California are insightful boys who love the outdoors, and I’ve enjoyed fishing with them in North Carolina, Florida, California, and Virginia. Our granddaughter in Maine is already a water bug kayaking with her parents and looking for her boots to go out in the snow. She’s already carefully reorganizing reality in play, even at 2 years old.
I’m looking forward to that dream trip when we all drift fish for trout in the beautiful Flaming Gorge on the Green River in Utah. Our nuclear family [my wife, son, and daughter] still remembers that special March trip to Yellowstone Park in the 80s. First, we drove snowmobiles about 70 miles to see Old Faithful blow steam from the frozen stones, and then fly fished all the next day [with wet March Browns] on the Madison River for beautiful brown and rainbow trout. That trip was life-changing for all of us. [Thanks again to Bob Jacklin who took us out that day.]
Looking Back: Personal Gratitude Details On My Launch
If you’re curious to know a bit more about me personally, and my other trips:
- My mother was a family practice physician [Med School Grad ’39] who later in life followed my lead and completed a residency in psychiatry. I followed her passion, her drive to learn and help others, and she in later years followed mine. Harriet’s positive attitude was contagious, and she consistently supported our next steps. My younger brother is also a physician, now retired, who specialized in family practice.
- I read Science and Sanity by Alfred Korzybski in 1969. His careful review of Non-Aristotelian thinking, labels, language and the Field Theory of General Semantics dramatically changed my life. His point: Reductionistic thinking prevents the advancement of science and creates unnecessary limitations for Critical Thinking. Korzybski appears with full attribution in both of my books. Korzybski’s keywords: change & time [which in the equation of life = process].
- I met Anna Freud while a training candidate, finishing studies at the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis, following her presentation at the University of PA. She was quick with her conversation and carried a beautiful twinkle in her eye. Today Reality is far more interesting to me than fantasies of yesteryear, but I respect the contributions of those who came before. Her influence on my evolution in child psychiatry – in a word: inspirational.
- I loved psychoanalytic training in Philadelphia and chose only the brightest and most highly respected supervisors for my control cases. One of my favorites was Homer Curtis, MD, President of the American Psychoanalytic Association – a man with considerable depth and rigorous thinking. We spent many delightful hours of supervision in his office at the Institute of the Pennsylvania Hospital in West Philly.
- My tours with Nobel prize nominee Dr. Edward de Bono, both at his presentations in ’92 in Norfolk and as his special guest for his consultations in ’93 at Electronic Data Systems in Dallas, remains memorable to this day. As a creative thinker, with a keen awareness of the thinking process needed to reach consensus and action, his CBJ Video Summary underlines the importance of his concerns for accuracy and improved perceptions. Must listen!
- My administrative and clinical tour with Dr. Ronald Dozoretz at Center Psychiatrists in Portsmouth, VA [’74 – ’82] significantly contributed to my understanding of both the usefulness and limitations of hospital psychiatry and the developmental importance of team play on the professional’s side of treatment. Today, unlike those innocent days, hospital work and trying more/different medications is not the primary standard of care for treatment failure. Now more accurate biomedical testing provides a new imperative requirement for improved target recognition following treatment failure.
- As Chief Psychiatrist with Dr. Daniel Amen, we opened Amen Clinic near Washington DC [’03 – ’07] his first East Coast office. That illuminating experience provided stimulating connections with many forward-thinking, data-driven mind science colleagues. Amen is right in one sense: brain evidence from SPECT brain imaging does change the rules. Yes, it’s true, any evidence is helpful. Amen’s search for brain evidence profoundly encouraged my curiosity about the more discerning, predictable underlying neurophysiology, the biology of mind science. Today more precise, molecular and cost-effective evidence supersedes the more expensive macro-diagnostic limitations of those early SPECT days – and can provide answers there in your Anytown, globally. To quote de Bono: SPECT is “Excellent but not enough.”
- Today improved molecular evidence from remarkably available laboratory assessments learned through my most valuable work with Dr. Bill Walsh at the Walsh Research Institute, takes everyday mind inquiries down to a molecular level. Bill is a brilliant yet humble guy, a remarkable researcher with surprisingly accurate biomedical/molecular data, who daily contributes to the necessary evolution of global psychiatric practices. Dr. Walsh’s first Special Introductory Interview is here at CBJ/115 on Methylation. That interview is the first of four Walsh Specials: 2: CBJ/137 on Copper & Kryptopyrrole, 3. CBJ/042 on Bipolar & Schizophrenia, and 4: CBJ/141 on The End Of Autism. [Ed note: CBJ/025, the first edition of updated CBJ/115, is by far our most downloaded interview to date.] A lab we frequently use for Walsh testing: Direct Health Lab with broad experience and readable, useful reports. Ed Note: It’s an honor that Dr. Walsh invited me to speak at his Walsh Research Institute Practitioner Education in April 2018. [This was another remarkable conference and strongly recommended for any of our professional audience. I’ll interview many colleague-guests I met here in the coming months. If you attend his conference you also get daily clinical updates as a member of this training list – an ongoing boon.]
About Teamwork & Comprehensive Solutions
A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong gives it a superficial appearance of being right.
~ Thomas Paine
Team up with our mission and travels here at CBJ to discuss global solutions that arise from provocative new technologies, new diagnostic and treatment options, and new preventative measures for those who suffer in the darkness. I value your partnership on this CBJ journey.
I look forward to participating with others in this important conversation and often appear on germane mind science podcasts. This is a PDF one-sheet for Guest Interviews: Download
Let’s get on it, own it, and pass it on.
Thanks – together we can make a difference.
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- Interesting, Important and helpfulApril 28, 2018 by J.M.I from Sweden
I am listening in from Sweden, and I learn so much from Dr Parker and his interesting guests. Sadly, information like this is hard to find amongst practitioners here, and underlying factors to symptoms are of little interest. I am thankful to Dr Parker dedicating time in spreading word about helping people with psycological dysfunctions from a non conventional angle. Thank you!
- Core Brain Journal--NeuropsychologyMay 25, 2017 by Dr Terry James Gingras from United States
Just finished session 118 with neuropsychologist, Dr. Braun. Excellent content presented in a relaxed style. I'm a neuropsychoogist with a specialization In ADHD so I appreciate both Dr. Parker's and Dr. Braun's efforts demystifying the practice of neuropsychology.
- Exceptional interviews !!May 16, 2017 by MCVGRL from United States
Core Brain Journal, with Dr. Charles Parker is a must listen for a wide audience. If you are either the individual, suffering from complex personal medical/ psychological issues; or a family member, friend... please tune in often.
- Podcast 107 (Brain Health) - Very informative!April 13, 2017 by ad1978mke from United States
I especially liked this Podcast because it provided a wealth of valuable brain health research and tips in an approachable, easy-to-listen-to format. The rapport between the Guest Speaker (Dr. Braun) and Host (Dr. Parker) was evident, and I hope to hear another Podcast with this Guest Speaker!
- Top quality informationFebruary 5, 2017 by MD Ireland from Ireland
As a functional medicine doc I found this iterview stimulating, inspiring and it is full of clinically useful information
- FascinatingFebruary 1, 2017 by jinki1 from United States
If you love science and psychology, then this is for you. The brain is such a mysterious machine, and listening to experts discuss how it works is fascinating. This seems like a pick-and-choose type podcast: I'll skip the shows focusing on estrogen and alzeimer's and go for creativity, anxiety, music, and others. But what I've listened to so far is great.
- My Brain Thanks You!January 13, 2017 by B. Keenan Johnston from United States
Thanks for shedding some much needed light on issues of the brain. I recently became interested in the subject when I was listening to NPR do a segment on neuroplasticity. I could never remember the name of the author, but it helped me find this great podcast!
- Flipping Junkie ReviewDecember 23, 2016 by Danny Johnson -Flipping Junkie from United States
Awesome podcast! I really loved the bipolar episode. Wonderful insight into these issues. Keep up the good work!
- “How I Found Myself” Dean RobertsDecember 2, 2016 by Don Hutcheson from United States
I just had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Charles Parker’s latest interview with Mr. Dean Roberts on the topic: “How I Found Myself.” The thesis of this remarkable podcast is that the difference between treatment success and failure for conditions such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD and others is often the result of omitting crucial brain, biomedical, and functional neuroscience information and insights. Well done and much-needed. Wish you continuing success!
- I may be a geek...November 19, 2016 by JHHealy from United States
But as an addictions recovery coach I find this brain science utterly amazing! Great show, love it!
- Keep up the Great work Dr ChuckNovember 18, 2016 by imupat3am from United States
Just finished listening to the lateste episode with Dr Kelly Morrow-Baez the epsiode was about her and working with women ages 45-60.... Great podcast will be listening to more
- GROUND SHAKINGNovember 13, 2016 by Restlesstaxpayer from United States
Your shows are always very informative but the last two with Tom O'Brien andDavid Siever are absolutely revolutionary every doctor in the country should listen to both of them twice a day I cannot overstate how important this information is I am sending links to everyone I care about Thank you
- 21st Century PioneerSeptember 16, 2016 by Louis Di Bianco from Canada
Dr. Charles Parker offers us cutting edge knowledge in our rapidly changing world. The episde on music healing si a breath of fresh air. We need more natural healing alternatives like this one. It's easy to understand how music heals when you know that everything in our world is energy. Thank you for this important show.
- Episode 46 - such important work!September 16, 2016 by Michelle at Inner North Star from United States
I have done quite a bit of work around Post Traumatic Stress, being a Veteran and First Responder myself. This work with music/sound therapy is very interesting and this episode is well worth the listen. This podcast has relevant information we can all benfit from!
- Very informative and filled with valueJune 19, 2016 by Jimwj from United States
This is an excellent podcast which provides smart, science-based, information which focuses on the mind and body. Great podcast. Check it out.
- Very informative!June 13, 2016 by Thomas O'Grady, PhD from United States
I’ve listened to a few episodes and this was an interesting podcast.
- Loved the episode with peggyJune 11, 2016 by Courageous1 from United States
Great work Charles - Love the episode with Peggy about anxiety. Keep it up!
- Fresh Mind ScienceJune 10, 2016 by ADHD reWired from United States
This is a great podcast for anyone interested in learning more about the brain and are looking for solutions. Great for clinicans, coaches and consumers. Thank you for creating this podcast!
- Valuable InformationJune 10, 2016 by dannytay92 from United States
Dr. Parker is a friendly, easy-to-listen to host, and this content is so valuable. All of us know people who could benefit from the specific topics of each episode.
- Truly Meaningful ContentJune 10, 2016 by No More Obstacles from United States
If you have a loved one with bipolar disorder or live with it yourself, do NOT miss that episode! Dr. Parker brings serious science to specific issues in an accesible, applicable way. Really, really good.
- Stellar podcast!May 27, 2016 by Tara Williams Phone from United States
I'm all about the mind and body connection, it's time we American's realize the power of both. There are so many amazing things to do in this world and I love that Dr. Parker is reminding us!
- This helpsMay 27, 2016 by JenRiday from United States
My brother-in-law has bipolar and it's interesting to listen to this and hopefully better understand him. Very helpful!
- The Complex made Simple - #PWpeeps - Doc and JockApril 29, 2016 by JoeShu2326 from United States
The brain is complex and the issues surrounding often convoluted. Not on this podcast! Dr. parker breaks it down simply and concisely!
- FantasticApril 22, 2016 by HappyCoffeeLady44 from United States
Finally someone who brings the mind and body together!
- ExcellentApril 16, 2016 by M_Glover_88 from United Kingdom
This is a fantastic show. Really great info about a subject I have a huge interest in. Looking forward to more!
- Very smart podcast about the epic mind.April 16, 2016 by dustspecks from United States
Very smart host with very smart guest. This is a great show that can be utilized to dive into the inner workings of the mind and get up to date information about the mind.
- Excited!April 15, 2016 by SeeinADHD.com from United States
As an ADHD Coach, I'm excited to have another quality podcast to recommend to my clients. The mind and body are indeed connected, I'm looking forward to more!
- Excellent!!April 15, 2016 by Italykittyjc from United States
Excellent podcast with awesome content. Very well done. Very informative. Looking forward to listening to more episodes. Great job.