Healthy Minds with Dr. Jeffrey Borenstein

Healthy Minds with Dr. Jeffrey Borenstein

The series humanizes mental health conditions through inspiring personal stories and interviews with leading researchers and experts, who provide the latest information about diagnosis and treatment.

All Past Episodes

Brain Science and Art: Nobel Laureate Dr. Eric Kandel

26:47 | #515 | TV-G

Nobel Laureate Dr. Eric Kandel's research explores how viewing art changes our brain.

Managing Stress

26:47 | #514 | TV-G

One of the most common mental health issues can be relieved with a lifestyle plan that includes physical as well as mental health. Dr. Lloyd Sederer offers specific steps.

Refractory Depression

26:47 | #513 | TV-G

New approaches offer hope for those suffering from treatment-resistant depression. Dr. Lisa A. Pan explains the latest options.

Youth and Mental Health: Early Intervention

26:47 | #512 | TV-G

An expert discusses how to distinguish mental health issues from normal adolescent behavior.

Research and Evidence Based Treatment

26:48 | #511 | TV-G

Following a diagnosis of a mental illness, patients and their families need to become informed consumers to evaluate recommended treatments and advocate for the best outcome.

Post-Partum Depression

26:47 | #510 | TV-G

Experts offer insight for recognizing the symptoms of post-partum depression and getting help.

Technology and Mental Health

26:47 | #509 | TV-G

An expert explains how social media and smartphone technologies can help people monitor themselves, their symptoms, and the level of functioning that will be beneficial to mental health treatment.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

26:46 | #508 | TV-G

Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez discusses new research that will transform the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

Schizophrenia: New Approaches to Recovery

26:47 | #507 | TV-G

Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, psychiatrist-in-chief at Columbia University Medical Center, discusses cutting edge treatments for Schizophrenia including medications, psychotherapy, cognitive remediation, and case management.

Living with Bipolar Disorder

26:47 | #506 | TV-G

Filmmaker Paul Dalio's personal experience living with bipolar disorder inspired his first feature film.

Concussion: How to Protect Your Brain

26:47 | #505 | TV-G

Forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu, founder of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), discusses his life's work.

Opioid Epidemic: What Every Family Needs to Know

26:47 | #504 | TV-G

America's opioid crisis includes addiction to prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids. Dr. Petros Levounis, psychiatry chair at Rutgers Medical School, discusses prevention and recovery.

New Treatments for Youth Anxiety (Part 2)

26:47 | #503 | TV-G

Guidelines to recognize symptoms and behaviors related to anxiety in youth are shared.

New Treatments for Youth Anxiety (Part 1)

26:47 | #502 | TV-G

Anxiety is the most common psychiatric symptom in children, adolescents, and young adults. Leaders in the field discuss anxiety and new approaches for diagnosis and treatment that offer hope.

Youth and Mental Wellness: Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation

26:47 | #501 | TV-G

Lady Gaga's mother, Cynthia Germanotta, discusses her family's foundation for youth suffering from depression, anxiety, and PTSD, inspired by her daughter's own struggle.


26:51 | #414 | TV-G

Nobel Prize winner Eric R. Kandel, MD shares his recent findings about age-associated memory loss.

Psychiatry: Past, Present and Future

26:46 | #413 | TV-G

Herbert Pardes, MD, a longtime leader in psychiatry and healthcare, discusses psychiatry.

Depression and Motherhood

26:46 | #412 | TV-G

Myrna Weissman, Ph.D., discusses how a mother's depression impacts her child's mental health.

Violence and Mental Illness

26:46 | #411 | TV-G

Noted experts explore the relationship between mental illness and violence.

Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System

26:48 | #410 | TV-G

The Honorable Steven Leifman, Criminal Division, 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida is interviewed.

Schizophrenia - Potential Breakthroughs In Treatment And Prevention

26:51 | #409 | TV-G

A leading brain researcher discusses New treatments and methods of prevention for schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia and Youth (Part Two)

26:46 | #408 | TV-G

New York State Mental Health Commissioner Ann M. Sullivan, MD, discusses improving health systems.

Schizophrenia and Youth (Part One)

26:46 | #407 | TV-G

A young man diagnosed at age 15 shares his experience living with schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia and Youth, Part 1: Living with Schizophrenia

26:53 | #406 | TV-G

Mental health experts discuss how to better assist returning service members.

Patrick Kennedy - A Common Struggle (Part Two)

26:46 | #405 | TV-G

The former U.S. Representative shares his experience living with bipolar disorder and addiction, and his journey toward recovery.

Patrick Kennedy - A Common Struggle (Part One)

26:50 | #404 | TV-G

The former U.S. Representative shares his experience living with bipolar disorder and addiction, and his journey toward recovery.

Brian Wilson, Love & Mercy

26:46 | #403 | TV-G

Brian Wilson, legendary musician and Beach Boys co-founder, speaks about his lifelong struggle with mental illness and his collaboration with the Campaign to Change Direction, which educates the public about warning signs of mental illness.

Living with Bipolar Disorder

26:46 | #402 | TV-G

NFL linebacker Keith O'Neil speaks candidly about his experience living with bipolar disorder.

Suicide Prevention

26:46 | #401 | TV-G

Donna Morgan, mother of Simone Battle of pop group G.R.L., speaks publicly for the first time about the loss of her daughter to suicide. Suicide prevention expert Dr. Maria Oquendo discusses the latest treatment developments.

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