1:2:1 Podcast : Mental Health

  • Podcast: 'Special K' as potential OCD treatment

    In this podcast, Stanford psychiatrist Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD, discusses how she got interested in the use of ketamine to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder and how she is determined to find out why, in studies, the drug has provided relief from symptoms.


  • Podcast: The challenges of global mental health

    Vikram Patel, PhD, is one of the most recognized leaders in the global mental health movement. In this podcast, he discusses the enormous challenges and opportunities of global mental health.


  • Podcast: Mental health in medical school

    In a recent Washington Post column, Stanford psychiatry resident Ned Morris posed the question: What drives bright young people – medical students – to take their own lives? In this podcast, he discusses the stigma of mental health that is so pervasive in society today.


  • A conversation with Glenn and Jessie Close

    Glenn and Jessie Close open up about mental illness for the summer issue of Stanford Medicine magazine.


  • A word with Karl Deisseroth

    Karl Deisseroth, MD, PhD, calls the human brain “the most complicated object in the universe.” The Stanford psychiatrist and bioengineer is well-known for developing two game-changing techniques — optogenetics and CLARITY.


  • Think like a designer when it comes to changing health behaviors.

    In her new book,Well Designed Life: 10 Lessons in Brain Science & Design Thinking for a Mindful, Healthy, & Purposeful Life, Kyra Bobinet, MD, lays the groundwork for anyone to design the changes they want to see in their life.