Tag Archives: treatment

Do people prefer psychotherapy to drug therapy?

Around 1 in 5 people quit therapy early, and that rate seems higher if people given pharmacotherapy alone. In this episode, I talk with Dr Joshua Swift, Assistant Professor in Psychology, based at Idaho State University in the USA. In this conversation, we focus on Joshua’s work with his colleagues on treatment refusal and premature termination in psychotherapy, […]

What do we know about sleep paralysis?

In this episode, I talk with Associate Professor Brian Sharpless of the American School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University, Washington DC, USA. We talk about his recent work understanding and developing treatment recommendations for sleep paralysis – a surprisingly common but little-understood phenomenon Some of Brian’s original work can be found here: Here is the abstract for some context: […]