The Burtons are back for another late night recording of Geek Therapist! In this episode we recap briefly our Salt Lake Comic Con experiences, listen to our first official voice mail before we finally give our impressions of Tony Stark’s diagnosis. We wrap things up with a listener question regarding his anger and how it is impacting his work and his quality of life! Also available on iTunes and Stitcher!Read More
After a bit of a hiatus due to life circumstances, the Geek Therapist and the Real Therapist (Aaron and Katie) return to discuss suicide awareness and prevention. The first half is fairly hefty, so the last half lightens it up a bit. We discuss the upcoming Salt Lake Comic Con, our appearances at panels and how YOU can win tickets to Star Wars: The Force Awakens courtesy of the Nerd Store at the Valley Fair Mall in West Valley, Utah. Finally, our amazing Kiwi listener, Nikki, shares her experiences with suicide for the rest of the listeners of this show.Read More
Where are your friends from the DefenMedia family going to be at the 2015 Comic Con? – Click on their names -OR- there’s a handy list at the bottom! Collect all the cards, and enter for a chance to win 2 tickets to a special Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere screening from The NERD Store!
On this episode of Geek Therapist, your stalwart hosts answer a listener question regarding Narcissistic Personality Disorder. We cover the diagnostic criteria, treatment options and how to deal with someone with this Axis II diagnosis. Join us as we name drop Narcissism and make it all about us!Read More
Your hosts, Aaron, Katie, and Taylor delve into ADHD to discuss the symptoms, the myths and treatment strategies. We discuss the three types of medications that are commonly used to address the symptoms before we answer a listener question on what steps they can take to address time management and emotional management.
On July 24, 2015, Aaron Burton was invited by the amazing women on Hello, Sweetie! Podcast for a mini-episode on what it means to be a Fangirl at the Sugarhouse Barnes and Noble in Salt Lake City, Utah. Give it a listen as Kristal Starr Nielson, Rebecca Frost and Danielle UberAlles lead the discussion on what it means to be a geek and why we still need the designation of “geek girl.”