by Carol Goldberg, Ph.D. 

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as only a psychologist with Dr. Goldberg's marketing and media expertise can

 

 

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DR. CAROL GOLDBERG

AND COMPANY

You can watch many of our half-hour episodes on your computer any time.  Just follow these instructions to download the videos to your computer.

On the list in the box below this, click on the colored title for an episode you want to view and download it to your computer by selecting "save" and a location to save it to, such as your "desktop" or a folder (just as you save other files).  Note at this point, you must pick "save" not "open."  After saving it on your computer, play the video by double clicking on it and if asked if you want to open it, this is the time to click on "open" (same as you are accustomed to doing with other playable files).  Be sure your computer's sound is on.  For sharpest picture, let the video run in smaller (not full screen) size. 

 

About Aging Successfully

Aging Successfully: a senior citizen discusses her exciting trip around the world by bicycle, demonstrating benefits of activity and socialization.

About Relationships

Online Relationships: how to meet safely on the Internet, then in person.

Infidelity: why people have affairs, with advice for confrontation, repairing broken trust, and dealing with damaged relationships.

Abuse in Relationships: how to protect yourself and your children from your abusive husband or boyfriend....safety, legal, and emotional advice.

About Business

How Corporations Succeed: keys to unlocking potential at individual, team, and organizational levels to achieve corporate visions.

For Parents

Single Parenting: advice for the solo parent juggling it all, from finding care for an ill child on the day of a big business meeting to reentering the world of dating.

Special Siblings: how families affected by a child with a disability can help its special needs child and its other children.

LD: how to find out if a child has LD (learning disabilities) or ADHD and how to help.

Preventing Violence in Schools: warning signs and what to do.

Parenting Skills: simple tips, such as getting a child to put possessions where they belong.

Human Rights and Concerns

The Holocaust: an inspiring account of how people escaped from the Holocaust, coped with extreme trauma, and went on to productive lives.

The Insanity Defense: Is it getting away with murder?  Are dangerous criminals on the streets because of it?  Find out the answers here.

The United Nations and Human Rights: a discussion of specific projects to  prevent abuse of women and children throughout the world.

Being Healthier

Depression: how to tell if you or a loved one is depressed and treatment options related to various biological and psychological causes. 

Memory Loss: find out whether or not  to worry about your memory.

Panic Disorder: what to do for palpitations, fear, and other symptoms of panic disorder.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome: a frank discussion of what to do if suffering from a prevalent condition, which few discuss, and which responds well to this stress management advice.

Addictions: how to overcome addictions.

If problems playing them:

These videos play in Windows Media Player, which is likely to be installed on your computer so nothing new is needed.  If your computer does not have Windows Media Player and you want to download it free from Microsoft's web site, here are links:

Windows version: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/11/default.aspx

Mac version: http://www.microsoft.com/mac/otherproducts/otherproducts.aspx?pid=windowsmedia

Each file should unzip automatically, but if it does not unzip and you want to download a free trial version of unzipping software, here is the link www.Winzip.com.

If you are having difficulty playing the program in your computer, send Dr. Goldberg an e-mail  DrGoldberg@WebSitesandSoundBites.com for further instructions.

 

Additional information about the program:

 

These videos are courtesy of Dr. Carol Goldberg, psychologist and Host and Producer of Dr. Carol Goldberg and Company, and brought to you through her facilities as a web site designer and video editor at Web Sites and Sound Bites (these videos are unedited except for removing the bars and tones leaders used by TV studios for color and sound settings).  As the sole owner of the copyright and rights to these videos, Dr. Goldberg gives permission for them to be played and disseminated for public education if without alteration and if not used commercially. 

 

 

We appreciate your interest and welcome your comments sent to:

DrGoldberg@WebSitesandSoundBites.com

 

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