Monday, July 28, 2008

Scientific American Mind Reviews My Three Shrinks Podcast

Christopher Intagliata, from the magazine, Scientific American Mind, reviewed our podcast in their June/July 2008 issue.  Click the review below to go to the SciAm Mind website.



   "...a few bottles of wine..."  

LOL... if we did that, there'd be no shrill bickering, just dysarthric, discordant "singing".
Go buy this issue (you can even buy a digital version) so you can also read about oxytocin and trust, psychiatric genetics, anorexia, chronic itching, and unleashing your inner genius.

12 comments:

The Girl said...

Ooh, can we request a drunken podcast? At the very least, a heavily-edited one? :D

Aqua said...

Wow...Congrats!

Midwife with a Knife said...

Congrats guys!

Anonymous said...

That review is what led me to this blog and the podcasts. It's all they said it would be!

And Dinah - would that psychiatrist answering the question about 'why does talk therapy work' in the latest edition of SciAm Mind be Our Dinah... ?

mindful said...

Thought you might be interested in a recent review review of the My three shrinks blog which I came across on
The Amazing World of Psychiatry

Anonymous said...

There's a 60 second science blog on SciAm Mind on Tattletale Tats and what tattoos can tell psychiatrists about the mental state of prisoners.

I wonder if ClinkShrink has any views on the subject?

Dinah said...

Mindful: Thank you for pointing that out!
Anon: Yes, I believe that's Me!

Justin Marley said...

Congratulations! A great blog and well deserved!

Justin

Therapy Patient said...

Congratulations! Job well done! Your blog is worth the recognition. I am glad to see you are getting it!

Anonymous said...

So, what's up with the podcast? I came here because of the SAM note, and I've enjoyed going through the archive of podcasts. But are you ever going to resume?

Roy said...

Hey. Sorry about that, folks. We've been on hiatus, but we've got one coming up this weekend and the next.
Thanks for tuning in!

Anonymous said...

Not to be a noodge, but it's the end of September and still no new podcast. Please, please, please bring them back!