You Ask, We Answer

the podcast

Mental health is a subject that impacts everyone. Every single day people are online actively asking questions and seeking answers related to mental health. Unfortunately, the information they find is often not from credible sources or worse yet it’s incorrect.

To address this void in credible online mental health education, Psych Hub and HCA Healthcare have partnered to create a new 10-episode podcast series called You Ask, We Answer, which will feature mental health experts from Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, discussing some of the mental health topics that people often search online for information.


Parenting Children with Intellectual Disability [Jun 14, 2022; 36 min]

Parenting a child with intellectual disability can feel overwhelming at times. But it can also be wonderfully rewarding. Leading IDD expert Dr. Ambrose answers the most commonly asked questions about intellectual disabilities searched online in this episode of You Ask, We Answer.


The Most Commonly Asked Questions on OCD, Answered [May 31, 2022; 43 min]

In today’s episode, we are going to speak with a leading OCD expert about what the disorder is, how best to live with it, and how to help those around you with the disorder.


PTSD - "A Crack in the System" [May 17, 2022; 46 min]

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition in which a person has difficulty recovering after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event. In this episode, Marjorie Morrison, CEO of Psych Hub, asks renowned PTSD expert Yuval Neria the most common PTSD questions searched online.


What it Means to Have Borderline Personality Disorder [May 3, 2022; 37 min]

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) impacts a person’s ability to regulate their emotions. This can affect how a person feels about themselves, increase impulsivity, and negatively impact their relationships with others. This episode covers the criteria for  a BPD diagnosis, as well as the symptoms of this disorder.


What is Alcohol Use Disorder? [Apr 19, 2022; 35 min]

In this episode of You Ask, We Answer, Psych Hub CEO Marjorie Morrison is joined by Aimee Chiligiris, PsyD, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health concerns. In this episode, they discuss alcohol use disorder and many of the treatment options you or a loved one can consider.


All About Depression [Apr 5, 2022; 29 min]

Major Depressive Disorder is a relatively common mood disorder that can impact the way a person thinks, feels, and behaves. In this episode of You Ask, We Answer, Psych Hub CEO Marjorie Morrison is joined by Jared O'Garro-Moore, Ph.D. to discuss the symptoms and frequency that characterize MDD in children and adolescents, and what treatments are available.


How to Resist the Urge to Self-Harm [Mar 22, 2022; 34 min]

In this episode of You Ask, We Answer, we explore the topic of self-harm in depth to better understand what it is, why it happens, what are the common myths, how to deal with the urge to self-harm, treatments, and more.


You're Dating a Narcissist, Now What? [Mar 8, 2022; 34 min]

People with NPD tend to not demonstrate empathy, making it difficult to be in a relationship with them. However, there are things you can do to better navigate the relationship with a person with a narcissistic personality disorder–both at work and at home.


What Exactly is Binge Eating? [Feb 22, 2022; 29 min]

How do you know if you are binge eating or overeating? What is the difference between Binge Eating Disorder and other eating disorders? What can you do if you or someone you know has this condition? In this episode of You Ask, We Answer, we will address all of these questions and more. 


ADHD: Unwrapping Your Gift [Feb 8, 2022; 15 min]

People with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) are the outliers, the creators, the developers, the entrepreneurs, the disrupters–and the ones who may find it challenging to stay on task or focus at times. According to Dr. Hallowell, if you can maximize the positive aspects of ADHD while minimizing the negative ones, this condition can turn into a superpower.