Media

August 15, 2017

Growth Pathways:

Discussion on how to foster “Growth Pathways”–simple and practical behaviors that can enhance our interpersonal relationships (significant others, co-workers, family, friends).
August 15, 2017

Stages of Change:

Discussion of the revised model of Stages of Change. This model is used to conceptualize the process of intentional behavior change. Although often applied to addiction, […]
August 15, 2017

Addiction, Empathy, And Opioid Alternatives:

Dr. Kuna and guests discuss current treatment methods for addiction, as well as alternative models, including Motivational Interviewing.
August 15, 2017

Insomnia and Sleep Hygiene:

Pharmacist and author Jay Sochoka joins Dr. Kuna to discuss sleep hygiene, insomnia and it’s relationship to our mental and physical health. Practical tips are provided […]
August 15, 2017

Relaxation Breathing:

Stress is ubiquitous and unavoidable, Dr. Kuna and guests discussion evidence-based interventions for stress reduction, particularly relaxation breathing.
August 15, 2017

Sara Grier speaks at Yoga Fest 2016 on Mindfulness and PTSD

Sara Grier shares about the topic she is presenting at this years Yoga Festival 2016: Mindfulness, Meditation and PTSD.
August 15, 2017

ON THE COUCH 2 – 13 – 16 BonnieBawiec – TheMindsToolbox SHOW

Discussion with Bonnie Baweic, local author of “The Mind’s Toolbox“–a 7-day program designed to help you overcome depression and cope with life stressors.
August 15, 2017

On the Couch with Dr. Kuna, featuring Sara L. Grier, Trauma Specialist

August 15, 2017

On The Couch With Dr Kuna: Benzodiazipines, Tolerance and Palliative Care

August 15, 2017

On the Couch with Dr. Kuna: Anxiety, Fear and Being Human

August 15, 2017

PA Live Dr John G Kuna: The Benefits of Mindfulness

Brief discussion of the practice of Mindfulness, and it’s relation to stress reduction, as well as our over-all well-being.
August 15, 2017

PA Live Dr John Kuna Stress Reduction & Black and White Thinking

Discussion of how stress may be related to the cognitive error of “black and white” thinking–and what we can do about it.