On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern interviews her friend and colleague Dr. Steven Hassan, a leading expert on cults who has dedicated his life to preventative education and helping people recover from their own experiences.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Leslee Udwin, producer and director of the documentary "India's Daughter". Robin and Leslee discuss the process Leslee went through to make this incredibly moving documentary about the brutal rape and death of a woman in India.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern interviews Hannah Husain, a seventeen year old student studying abroad this semester, researching gaslighting interactions in relationships - particularly in teenagers.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talked with her close friend and colleague, Alice Forrester about her feelings of being "wrong" and how that has impacted her adult life.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Ian Nichols, co-host of It's Only A Podcast - a horror movie review show about his experiences with gaslighting.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with real-life sisters, psychotherapist Abby Rodman and former beauty executive now life coach Julie Howard, co-hosts of the popular podcast Sisters Cracking Up.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Rachel Simmons, author of Odd Girl Out, a national bestseller that "ignited a long-overdue conversation about the hidden culture of female bullying.".
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with recording artist TUCKER about his career, his family, and the relationship that led him to write his hit song 'Can't Help Myself' (with a cameo speaking performance by Robin Stern!) that explains the emotions involved in a relationship in which he felt he might be gaslighting himself.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Annabelle Stone (real name changed to protect her identity) about an all too common occurence - gaslighting in marriage.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Tami Burdick about her journey of self-advocacy in which she worked closely with her doctors to diagnose and cure a rare inflammatory breast disease.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Dr. George Bonanno, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University. Dr. Bonanno is the author of two amazing books - The End of Trauma and The Other Side of Sadness.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern interviews Alyssa Haray about generational gaslighting and how Alyssa was able to identify the gaslighting in her family and break the cycle.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern interviews Michelle McQuaid, founder of The Wellbeing Lab, on how gaslighting can play a part to people burning out at work.
On this episode Dr. Robin Stern talks with Dr. Paige Sweet, a Sociologist at The University of Michigan, doing work on gender and sexuality, with a specialty in studying domestic violence.
On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Dr. Heidi Brooks, Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Yale University, about how the remote working phenomenon spurred by the pandemic caused an increase in gaslighting in the workplace.
On this episode, Robin works through the underlying feelings that caused Lucy to be a victim of gaslighting, the signs of gaslighting that kept building up within her relationship, and ultimately the insight to recognize what was happening and the strength to take control of her life back from her gaslighter.
On this episode of The Gaslight Effect Podcast, Robin talks with Psychology Today’s Hara Marano. During this episode Robin and Hara discuss concepts of inadvertent or accidental gaslighting versus intentional gaslighting as well as red flags related to the two different versions.
On this episode of The Gaslight Effect Podcast, Robin talks with New York based divorce and family law attorney Evan Schein. Evan is the Head of Litigation at Berkam Bottger Newman & Schein LLP.
Welcome to The Gaslight Effect Podcast. I'm Robin Stern, co-founder and associate director of the Yale Center For Emotional Intelligence and author of the best selling book, The Gaslight Effect.