Dr. Richard Louis Miller is an American Clinical Psychologist, owner of Wilbur Hot Springs Health Sanctuary, and broadcaster who hosts the Mind Body Health & Politics talk radio program, a syndicated talk show which airs on Public Radio affiliate KZYX FM and KZYX.org in Mendocino County, California. Dr. Miller was also Founder and chief clinician of the nationally acclaimed, pioneering, Cokenders Alcohol and Drug Program. Dr. Miller’s new book, Psychedelic Medicine, is being published in 2017.
Mind Body Health & Politics radio broadcast is known for its wide ranging discussions on political issues and health. The program’s format includes guest interviews with prominent national authorities, scientists, best-selling authors, and listener call-ins. The programs offer a forum and soundboard for listeners to interact with the show and its guests. We invite you to listen to the latest broadcasts below or visit our many archived programs. We’d love to hear from you on political and health issues!
The streaming talk radio broadcast can be heard every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am Pacific time on KZYX Mendocino County, California.
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The Big Pharma Lie: Antidepressants
Host Dr. Richard Louis Miller interviews Dr Irving Kirsch on his ground breaking book, The Emperor's New Drugs. This book demonstrates that what everyone "knew" about antidepressants was wrong and what the medical community considered a cornerstone of psychiatric treatment is little more than a faulty consensus.
Mendocino International Film Festival
Host Dr. Richard Louis Miller interviews the directors of two multi-award winning films which will be shown at the Mendocino International Film Festival on June 3rd, 2017: God Knows Where I Am, directed by Jedd and Todd Wider and I Am Not Your Negro, directed by Raul Peck (interview with Hebert Peck).
Legalizing all Substances
Host Dr. Richard Louis Miller interviews Ethan Nadelmann, J.D., Ph.D., founder, and just retired Director of The Drug Policy Alliance, the country's foremost drug policy think tank and information dissemination organization advocating and lobbying for legalization of all substances as a constitutional right.
Ayelet Waldman on Microdosing with LSD
Host Dr. Richard Louis Miller interviews Ayelet Waldman on her recent book: A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life. Ayelet Waldman, former Federal Public Defender, is a bestselling author, married to bestselling author, Michael Chabon, and mother of 4.
Recreational drugs such as LSD and Ecstasy may offer more than a trip—they can be therapeutic, especially for PTSD.
Shroder, former Washington Post Magazine editor and author of Old Souls, looks at the history of psychedelics and combines stories with studies to chart a growing cultural and political climate in favor of wider uses for these chemicals.
Apnea, Weight Loss and Music
Host Dr. Richard Louis Miller interviews Michael Whalen about his struggle with apnea and weight loss. Michael Whalen is a composer of over 650 television and film scores and thousands of advertising jingles. He has won two Emmy Awards and his works feature in places from TV shows to audiobooks. Projects include the human trafficking film in 2011 Cargo and short films for Disney.
Transgender in Middleclass America
Dr. Richard Louis Miller interviews 2 transgender women: Gwen, a structural engineer and, Erica, an information technology specialist, both of whom were married to women and had children whom they now co-parent.
Dr. Julia Holland
Dr Julie Holland on her most recent book, Moody Bitches: The Truth About the Drugs You're Taking, The Sleep You're Missing, The Sex You're Not Having, and What's Really Making You Crazy. Dr Holland is a Harvard trained psychiatrist, author, research scientist and assistant professor of psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine.
Other books by Dr Julie Holland include:
- Weekends at Bellevue: Nine Years on the Night Shift at the Psych ER
- The Pot Book: A Complete Guide to Cannabis.
Documentary film makers, Kevin Tomlinson and Phil Borges on their latest film: CrazyWise, which explores the critical importance of acceptance and support for the mentally ill, at the local community level, rather than relying upon the dangerously misguided tactics of the pharmaceutical industry and the medical/psychiatric profession.