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  • The Torah

    Do we really know what is in the Torah? Does Judaism interpret the Torah as it was originally meant? What relevance does the Torah have in todays society? How do clerics make the Torah palatable and relevant? These questions answered by: Alan Perlman PHD, has studied, practiced, and published articles on Secular Humanistic Judaism. He has 25 years' experience as a professional writer. He has published numerous articles, academic and professional, as well as five books. “An Atheist Reads the Torah,” is self published.

  • Body Image

    How important is a positive body image to a person's happiness and wellness? How do the arts improve body image? Why are negative body images so prevalent in todays society? What serious mental health problems can arise from not dealing with an unhealthy body image? These questions answered by: Dr. Ilene Serlin is a clinical psychologist and registered dance/movement therapist. She is the founder and Director of Union Street Health Associates and the Arts Medicine Program at California Pacific Medical Center

  • War Veterans

    What are the biggest challenges facing war veterans? Why are mental health problems so prevalent in war veterans? How easy is it for veterans to reintegrate back into society? How does the return of a veteran affect the family dynamic? These questions answered by: Dr Daphny Ainslie, Psy.D. completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Central Texas Veterans Healthcare System where she treated Veterans who struggled with substance use, posttraumatic stress disorder, childhood traumas, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and medical problems.

  • Women, Leadership and the Media Portrayal

    Does the media reflect the reality of women in society, or do they themselves shape how women are perceived? How has the portrayal of women on television changed over the years? Would you consider these changes to be positive? Why is the portrayal of women in leadership roles in the media especially important when it comes to family films or Television? What can be done to improve the way women are represented in the media and make it more accurate and empowering? These questions answered by: Gloria Feldt - acclaimed expert on women, power and authentic leadership. She is also the bestselling author of “No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power”. She has also recently started a new organization, Take The Lead, to prepare and propel women to take their fair and equal share of top leadership positions by 2025."

  • Women’s Relationship with Power

    What kind of relationship do women today have with power? Is this an ideal relationship? Why is it important for women to realise this flawed relationship in order to make further progress? How are women trained to think that they cannot break away from the norms of society? How can women be taught or made to see the potential power within them? These questions answered by: Gloria Feldt - acclaimed expert on women, power and authentic leadership. She is also the bestselling author of “No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power”. She has also recently started a new organization, Take The Lead, to prepare and propel women to take their fair and equal share of top leadership positions by 2025."

  • Democracy

    What is the definition of democracy? In what two ways can a society fail to realize democratic values? How does capitalism impede democracy? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • Men and Eating Disorders

    Why do few men come forward for help in dealing with an eating disorder? Why is society more willing to accept a male as an overeater or binge eater rather than a women and how does this affect the diagnosis of a male eating disorder? Are the factors that lead to an eating disorder the same for men and women? Why are there a lack of therapy groups and treatment centers for men with an eating disorder? These questions answered by: Deborah Klinger, M.A., LMFT, CEDS is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist ,Certified Eating Disorders Specialist and a Certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy practitioner.

  • Motive

    What is the difference in understanding the catalyst for a crime and understanding the perpetrator of the crime? Is there always a motive? After a horrendous crime, does it makes us feel safer as a society to speculate as to the motive of the perpetrator? Is there really such a thing as a ‘senseless crime’? These questions answered by: Dr. Stanton Samenow - Forensic Psychologist

  • The Flynn Effect

    What is the Flynn Effect and how did this theory evolve? On what kinds of tests and knowledge does the Flynn Effect hold the most weight? Educational knowledge or Abstract knowledge and understanding? What are the implications of this trend? How has an increasingly complex environment contributed to the higher cognitive simulation of today’s society? If according to the Flynn Effect, we are getting smarter, what implications does this have on society? Is society today applying their increased cognitive abilities to maximise their potential? These questions answered by: David Brin - Scientist, Futurist and Best- Selling Author of the future oriented book The Transparent Society.

  • Sex Offenders

    What is the difference between a child molester and a paedophile? How is society protected from sex offenders? Is this form of protection adequate? These questions answered by: Dr Carol Clark is a sex therapist who has learned a variety of interventions to effectively assist clients seeking personal growth and mental health in their lives. She is the author of the book ‘Addict America: The Lost Connection.’

  • Monogamy

    Is monogamy unique to women? Is there a way for a man to be non-monogamous and ethical simultaneously? Can a woman find this balance too? Does falling in love necessarily make someone monogamous? How has Western society reshaped the ideals of monogamy today? These questions answered by: Moushumi Ghose is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Sex and Relationships. She is also a musician, writer, radio host, filmmaker and a certified hypnotherapist.

  • Communication

    Marcia Alesan Dawkins, Ph.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in Los Angeles, California and she answers these questions: 1.What are the fundamentals of effective communication and how have they shifted to suit contemporary communication? 2.How did mass communication change the face of communication, culture and society? 3.What is the meaning of the communications theory: The Spiral of Silence? And has this theory shifted as the status of minorities is changing in the 21st century? 4.What are Walter Lippmann’s barriers to communications? How are these barriers seen in today’s media culture?

  • US Pop Culture

    Marcia Alesan Dawkins, Ph.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in Los Angeles, California answers these questions: 1.How has society’s natural obsession with celebrities influenced US pop culture? 2.What is the meaning of “junk politics” and how has political engagement been affected by this? 3.What are the Marxist theories of popular culture? What value is placed on ideology? 4.How have minority groups including the establishment of the Feminist and Queer Movements, changed the face of popular culture as we know it?

  • Codependents and Self-Image

    How would a codependent, deemed by society as beautiful, view themselves in the mirror? What sort of goals to codependents set for themselves? Codependents are generally seen as selfless, but can they have feeling of jealousy or envy towards others? Do codependents give an air of extreme confidence to mask how they truly feel inside? These questions answered by: Joyce McLeod Henley, psychotherapist specializing in mental health counselling.

  • Biofuels

    Professor Arthur Ragauskas is a Fellow of the International Academy of Wood Science and TAPPI and Professor at the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Georgia Institute of Technology answers these questions: 1. Why is it so important for us as a society to focus on creating a sustainable world, derived from renewable resources? 2. What is non -food plant biomass? 3. What type of energy is sourced from the biomass conversion process? 4. Will the impact of biofuels on todays society be as profound as the discovery of petroleum? 5. What are the next steps in research in this field?

  • Understanding the Self

    Dipak K. Gupta is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Political Science at San Diego State University and asnwers these questions: 1. What is the meaning behind the ‘self’ and the ‘collective’? 2. As a society, why do we desire to form groups? 3. Why are certain societies more prone to genocides and mass-murders than others? 4. Will a better understanding of which areas of society are predisposed to genocide, give a means for prevention of this in the future? 5. Can where you live affect your natural judgement of good and evil?

  • Humiliation

    Dr. Hillary Goldsher - Psychologist specializing in parenting, eating disorders and couples answers these questions: 1.Why do people humiliate others? 2.What are the psychological ramifications of experiencing public humiliation? 3.How can a person overcome the embarrassment of being humiliated? 4.Can humiliation that occurs in public, be it political or cultural, have an effect of society as a whole?

  • The Mind of a Killer

    Dr. Hillary Goldsher - Psychologist specializing in parenting, eating disorders and couples answers these questions: 1.What are the general characteristics of a sociopath? 2.What does it mean to be a loner in the deepest sense? Why are murderers often considered to be loners? 3.How does being disconnected from society or friends lead to a person becoming selfish? 4.Why is does the concoction of a murderous plan seem like the only way for a person in this disconnected state to make themselves relevant once again?

  • Playing with Mum and Dad

    Dr Mary Alice Long, PhD is a play-based Jungian therapist, speaker-performer, and writer answers these questions: 1. Why will playing make me a more joyful parent? 2. Why does society say play is only for children? 3. Can children help adults to re-learn how to play? 4. How we keep the balance between the responsibility of being a parent and the joys of play? 5. Why does outdoor play improve physical and mental health?

  • Play

    Dr Mary Alice Long, PhD is a play-based Jungian therapist, speaker-performer, and writer answers these questions: 1. Why are creativity, play and imagination so important in todays society? 2. What kind of play should someone be taking part in? 3. How important is it to bring a playful attitude into our relationships? 4. How will increasing the amount of play, improve a person’s quality of life? 5. How can we bring playfulness into every part of our lives?

  • Love- Based Psychology and Addictions

    What leads people to form addictions?What are some of the most common and simultaneously detrimental addictions and obsessions that a person is faced with in the 21st century? How does mainstream culture and society try to help people fix their addictions? Conversely, how does love-based psychology explain the emergence of an addiction and what can be said about the attempt to remove it completely? Questions answered by David Bedrick - Juris Doctor and Diplomate of Process Work. He is an educator, counselor, attorney, organizational consultant, and author of the new book “Talking Back to Dr. Phil”

  • Balance

    Dr Serena Wadhwa Psy.D., LCPC, CADC is an Assistant Professor/ Program Coordinator, Therapist, Trainer and Author answers these questions: 1. What is mental imbalance? 2. What are the risk factors that can compromise your mental and emotional health? 3. How important is it to find balance in today's stressful society? 4. How does a person build a level temperament? 5. How do you bring your life into balance?

  • Involuntary Celibacy

    What is involuntary celibacy? Why is involuntary celibacy a relatively new area of inquiry within the field of sex research? What are the barriers in achieving sexual relationships to an involuntary celibate? Who in society is most likely to become an involuntary celibate? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr. Sara Rosenquist is a clinical psychologist specializing in individual, couples and family therapy, and maintains a private practice. She runs Dr.com and is the author of After The Stork: The Couple's Guide to Preventing and Overcoming Postpartum Depression

  • Longevity

    Can insomnia actually shorten your life? Which is more important to longevity, genetics or lifestyle choices? As a society are we sleeping less now than in previous generations and if so why? If we improve our rest patterns now, will it override any damage already done? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr. Matthew Edlund, MD, MOH, the Rest Doctor

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