Episode 083: “Living Centered and Overcoming Medical Trauma”
Featuring Bob Hutchins MSc
Are we all insecurely attached to our phones? This week Hannah and Mickenzie are joined by writer and Behavioral and Organizational Psychologist Bob Hutchins to explore this question. The three sat down for a fascinating conversation about technology, media trauma, attachment, and the impact the last couple of years have had on our collective and individual understanding of grief, loss, and connection.
But don’t worry, this isn’t another “throw away your phone” conversation; after years of working in media and studying psychology, Bob is actually hopeful that we can all use media to better connect with ourselves, others, and humanity.
Meet this episode’s expert
Bob Hutchins lives in Franklin, TN, where he is the Expert In Residence for Health Consumers and Organizational Psychology at 5by5 Agency. With a Masters Degree in Behavioral & Organizational Psychology from London Met University, Bob loves to write, consult, teach & communicate about the intersection of digital media, culture, & psychology with a restorative worldview. Bob has contributed to a variety of media including the Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, and Inc. Magazine.He is the host of The Human Voice with Bob Hutchins podcast. His popular Tedx talk, From Ambiguous Loss to Tragic Optimism: Our Journey through Collective Grief, continues to be viewed by thousands weekly around the world. He’s also the co-author of a new book Our Digital Soul, coming soon!
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