What does it mean to be a psychologically-minded person and why does it matter to view the world from a psychological perspective?
As human beings, we have progressed to a great extent in terms of technological advancements, but psychologically speaking, have we also progressed or evolved to the same extent? Where do we stand today?
Are some cultures more prone to think psychologically than others? Tune into this episode to find the answers to all of the above and much more. An insightful conversation with Dr. Michael Karson.
About the Guest:
Dr. Michael Karson is a clinical psychologist and professor of clinical and forensic psychology at the University of Denver. He has written six books on psychotherapy, early memories, child abuse, the 16PF, and forensic report writing.
Prior to entering academia, Dr. Karson had practiced individual and couples psychotherapy, child welfare assessment, and personnel selection for more than 25 years.
His articles are regularly published in “Psychology Today” magazine.