Positive Disintegration Podcast

What can be positive about disintegration? Join us for a deep dive into Dabrowski’s theory of positive disintegration. It’s a framework for understanding a variety of intense experiences that often look and feel like mental illness, but which can also be viewed as building blocks for creating an authentic personality.

The Highs and Lows of Positive DisintegrationListen now (63 min) | In episode 17, Chris and Emma were joined by Elizabeth Mika, a Polish-born psychologist and expert on the theory of positive…
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Overexcitability and Openness to ExperienceListen now (53 min) | In episode 16, Chris and Emma were joined by Dr. Shelagh Gallagher, for a discussion of overexcitability (OE) and openness to…
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Creativity and AuthenticityListen now (69 min) | In Episode 15, Chris and Emma were joined by Melissa Bernstein, co-founder of Melissa & Doug toys and author of LifeLines. We…
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Relationships and VulnerabilityListen now (44 min)| In episode 14, Chris and Emma were joined by Dr. Michele Kane, an educator, storyteller, and long-time Dąbrowski enthusiast. She…
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Through the Dąbrowski LensListen now (54 min) | In episode 13, Chris and Emma were joined by Dr. Amanda Harper, an educator and Dąbrowski scholar from Tasmania, Australia. We…
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Gender and AuthenticityListen now (58 min) | In episode 12, Chris and Emma were joined by Ellie Krug and Tamara Grady for a discussion of gender and authenticity. Ellie is the…
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Positive Disintegration in Children and Adolescents Listen now (55 min) | In episode 11, Chris and Emma were joined by Tina Harlow, LCSW, a child and family therapist specializing in giftedness in…
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