Psychiatrists in Presidential Politics, Live Happy Choose Joy, Screen Cleaning

Psychiatrists in Presidential Politics, Live Happy Choose Joy, Screen Cleaning

The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1392

  • Jan 5, 2018 5:00 pm
  • 2:29:17 mins

Arash Javanbakht - Psychiatrists in Presidential Politics (19:57) Arash Javanbakht, M.D., a board-certified psychiatrist at Wayne State University. The mental health of President Donald Trump has been under question by different groups since Trump took office. One such group calls themselves "Duty to Warn" and describes themselves as "An association of mental health professionals advocating Trump be removed under the 25th Amendment as psychologically unfit." Earlier this week Politico reported that a Yale psychiatrist met with members of Congress to discuss the President's mental health. Should psychiatrists give professional opinions about public figures they have not examined in person? Arash Javanbakht explains the danger of Psychiatrists giving a diagnosis of politicians. Live Happy, Choose Joy (1:08:44) Deborah Heisz is COO, Co-Founder and Editorial Director of Live Happy LLC. She is the author of Live Happy: Ten Practices for Choosing Joy. She was the founding Editor in Chief of the current version of SUCCESS magazine (2008-2011). She is Editorial Director of Magazine “Live Happy”.  With the rising interest in positive psychology and mindful living, it is becoming clearer that living a joyful life is a choice. Practices for choosing joyful living range from gratitude to mindfulness. Deborah Heisz share how to Live Happy Jeff Simpson - Screen Cleaning (1:38:19) Jeff Simpson talks about movies and TV helping you find family-friendly options.

Episode Segments

Arash Javanbakht - Psychiatrists in Presidential Politics

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Arash Javanbakht, M.D., a board-certified psychiatrist at Wayne State University. The mental health of President Donald Trump has been under question by different groups since Trump took office. One such group calls themselves "Duty to Warn" and describes themselves as "An association of mental health professionals advocating Trump be removed under the 25th Amendment as psychologically unfit." Earlier this week Politico reported that a Yale psychiatrist met with members of Congress to discuss the President's mental health. Should psychiatrists give professional opinions about public figures they have not examined in person? Arash Javanbakht explains the danger of Psychiatrists giving a diagnosis of politicians.

Arash Javanbakht, M.D., a board-certified psychiatrist at Wayne State University. The mental health of President Donald Trump has been under question by different groups since Trump took office. One such group calls themselves "Duty to Warn" and describes themselves as "An association of mental health professionals advocating Trump be removed under the 25th Amendment as psychologically unfit." Earlier this week Politico reported that a Yale psychiatrist met with members of Congress to discuss the President's mental health. Should psychiatrists give professional opinions about public figures they have not examined in person? Arash Javanbakht explains the danger of Psychiatrists giving a diagnosis of politicians.