Wayne's Podcasts - "The Pragmatic Therapist Journal Club"
Thanks to Faten for letting me know that Wayne has four Podcasts available on iTunes, for free. I have one of them playing right now, and his voice is clear and strong. It feels like he's sitting across the table from me.
The series is called "The Pragmatic Therapist" and there are 4 separate podcasts:
1) BioPsychoSocial Care (30:58)
2) Evidence Based Practice and the REACH Project (27:30)
3) Diary Study of Attachment Style (25:53)
4) Pragmatic Therapist Journal Club #1 (26:01)
To download these podcasts, go to
On the upper right hand side, there is a search window --
Type in Wayne Caron, and it will bring up this set of podcasts. When you click on it, it will allow you to download it onto your computer within the iTunes program. These are available for free.
Such a wonderful discovery! A testimonial to Wayne's commitment to teaching, clinical work, outreach, and technology.
Here is Wayne's description of the series. They were apparently recorded in May, 2007.
The Pragmatic Therapist Journal Club reviews the latest research and practice papers from the world of social science and psychotherapy.
In this podcast we review a series of articles that look at biopsychosocial approaches to collaborative health care. The articles we'll discuss are:
• Engel, George L. 1977. The need for a new medical model, Science 196:129-136,
• Mauksch, L. 2005. The Biopsychosocial Model: A View From the Mountains and Across a Lake. Families, Systems, & Health, Vol. 23, No. 4, 436-439
• Lurie, S. 2005 Futility as Applied to the Biopsychosocial Model. Families, Systems, & Health, Vol. 23, No. 1, 432-435
• Scherger, J.E. 2005 The Biopsychosocial Model Is Shrink Wrapped, on the Shelf, Ready to Be Used, but Waiting for a New Process of Care. Families, Systems, & Health, Vol. 23, No. 4, 444-447
•Suchman, L. 2005 The Current State of the Biopsychosocial Approach. Families, Systems, & Health, Vol. 23, No. 4, 450-452
• Stein,H. 2005 It Ain't Necessarily So: The Many Faces of the Biopsychosocial Model. Families, Systems, & Health, Vol. 23, No. 4, 440-443
• Goetz, D.R., Caron, W. (1999). A biopsychosocial model for youth obesity: Consideration of an ecosystemic collaboration. International Journal of Obesity, 23 (Suppl. 2), S58-S64.
• Caron, W., Goetz, D.R. (1998). A biopsychosocial perspective on behavior problems in Alzheimer's disease. Geriatrics, 53 (Suppl. 1), S56-S60.
• Goetz, D.R. Caron, W. 2005. Systemic Healing: An Ecosystemic Biopsychosocial Integration Applied to Clinical Practice in the Care of Sick Children.Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 10, 53-63