Do you feel as if you’re caught in a loop of self-sabotage that you can’t find a way to break out of in a post-COVID world? Not to worry, you’re not alone. And the practical solutions to break the cycle lie in store for you! In this episode, host Jacob Moore chats to Dr. Judy Ho, author of the book ‘Stop Self-Sabotage. Six Steps to Unlock Your True Motivation, Harness Your Willpower, and Get Out of Your Own Way’. Dr. Judy Ho generously shares her six-step formula, as well as the drivers that cause us to self-sabotage in the first place. She believes that the brain recognizes change and that if you believe in yourself, you can envisage a better life for yourself. This heartfelt chat is bursting at the seams with psychological insights that are as inspiring as they are practical - giving each of us a blueprint for managing our emotions and our daily lives better. “No matter what you've been through, and no matter what failures or mistakes you think you've made, it's never too late to make the change that you need to have the life that you want..” - Dr. Judy HoIn This Episode:[03:44] Why do we self-sabotage?[09:40] Why shame causes us to lash out and how can we overcome this?[13.42] Identifying our triggers[19.27] How to change your relationship with negative thoughts through ‘labeling’[22.19] Build up your positive emotional bank to have resilience to deal with a bad day [31.14] The value of becoming a ‘5am-er’[32.43] ‘A value a day keeps self-sabotage away’ Resources: - Dr. Judy Ho’s bookConnect with Dr. Judy Ho:- Website- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with Jacob Moore:- Website- Instagram - Passion & Profits- Instagram - Jacob Moore- LinkedIn- Facebook- Twitter- TikTok Learn More: 5 Bridges to Wellness and NoStigmasThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Psychopaths, Brain Trauma and Therapy with Dr. Judy Ho
Off The Cuff with Danny LoPriore
Few people have as much hands-on experience with the many sides of mental health work as today’s guest, Dr. Judy Ho. As a triple-board certified clinical and forensic neuropsychologist, Dr. Ho has evaluated maximum security prison inmates, served as an expert witness in criminal trials, works as a tenured associate professor at Pepperdine University – and goes to therapy herself. In this episode, Dr. Ho shares about emigrating from Taiwan as a child, the differences between men’s and women’s love styles, why people settle in relationships, and the challenges of working in the criminal justice system as a woman. “My supervisors [were] like, ‘Why do you wanna be an expert witness in criminal cases?’ I'm like, ‘Well, I think it's interesting. And I think I can help.’ And one of my supervisors who is a woman was like, ‘Take it from somebody who worked there for five years in the beginning of my career – it is not a walk in the park.’ But it's never a comfortable environment. Sometimes it's a maximum security prison and it's really tough. You have to be escorted everywhere, including to the bathroom. All of your liberties are taken away, at least temporarily. And I'm not saying that that's anywhere near the liberties that [the inmates] lose, but it's like even just that tiny taste of it is [difficult].” – Dr. Ho (20:42) Dr. Ho also talks about the benefits of therapy for everybody, and why she receives counseling herself as a mental health practitioner. “Some of my clients say, ‘Well, I don't feel like I need therapy. I don't know why I'm here.’ You know what? Everybody needs therapy, probably. It might not be everybody's cup of tea, but I hope that it's not because you feel like there has to be something majorly wrong with you to go to therapy, you know?” – Dr. Ho (37:29) In This Episode (02:05) The education required in order to be triple-board certified (05:07) Humor as a healing tool (11:22) Dr. Ho’s experience as an expert witness in the judicial system (17:09) The ups and downs of evaluating maximum security prison inmates (21:24) How the Big Sister Little Sister program shaped Dr. Ho’s passion for psychology (23:57) The link between brain trauma, aging and psychology (27:43) Emigrating from Taiwan and adapting to the American school system (37:29) Why Dr. Ho goes to therapy as a mental health professional (41:49) Why people settle in relationships (43:45) The differences between men’s and women’s love styles (49:14) Dr. Ho’s experience working with multicultural, same-sex and gender-diverse couples Our Guest Dr. Judy Ho is a licensed and triple board-certified clinical and forensic neuropsychologist. She is also a tenured associate professor at Pepperdine University and the author of “Stop Self-Sabotage: Six Steps to Unlock Your True Motivation, Harness Your Willpower and Get Out of Your Own Way.” Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Dr. Judy Ho https://www.drjudyho.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drjudyho/?hl=en http://www.facebook.com/doctorjudyho http://www.twitter.com/drjudyho https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjudyho/ http://www.youtube.com/judyhophd
Episode 756: House Of Ho - Washington Ho, Lesley Ho, Judy Ho, Kim Ho, & Bella Ho
In Creative Company
Q&A on the HBO Max series House of Ho with cast members Washington Ho, Lesley Ho, Judy Ho, Kim Ho, and Bella Ho. Moderated by Mara Webster, In Creative Company.Docuseries follows the life of the Ho family led by patriarch Binh Ho and his wife, Hue Ho, a Vietnamese family who are living the American Dream.
Judy Ho And Larry Newman- Former Hosts of "The Doctors" TV Series Tackles Migraine Headaches
Price of Business Show
07-28-2022 Judy Ho And Larry NewmanLearn more about the interview and get additional links here: https://usdailyreview.com/former-hosts-of-the-doctors-tv-series-tackles-migraine-headaches/Subscribe to the best of our content here: https://priceofbusiness.substack.com/Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCywgbHv7dpiBG2Qswr_ceEQ
Johnny Lawrence Character Analysis with Dr. Judy Ho
Kicking It With The Koves
The Koves welcome back Rachel's friend & colleague Dr. Judy Ho this week on Kicking it with the Koves! Tune in for a special episode in which the Koves & Judy as do a deep dive & character analysis of Johnny Lawrence. Hear all about the psychology of bullying in relation to Johnny Lawrence - & why both the Karate Kid & Cobra Kai have served as such great platforms to discuss these types of topics.
This week's special guest is neuropsychologist & media personality Dr. Judy Ho! Judy & The Koves do a deep dive into the psychology behind bullying, & how humans deal with these sorts of universal struggles. Hear all about why so many individuals are able to connect with Cobra Kai on a deeper level, and why they're able to see a version of themselves reflected in the show's characters. Marty, Jesse & Rachel discuss their perspectives on the importance of vulnerability, and connect how the development of the characters in Cobra Kai can serve as reason to open up conversation surrounding these things . Don't miss this insightful conversation, only on Kicking it with the Koves!
This week, leading functional medicine expert Dr. Will Cole sits down with triple board certified and licensed Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychologist, tenured Associate Professor at Pepperdine University and co-host of “The Doctors”, Dr. Judy Ho. In this fascinating episode, the two dissect the science of self sabotage, acceptance, burnout, the enneagram and other personality assessments, depression and anxiety. The game-changing practical advice in this episode will give you new ways and insight to improve your relationships with others and with yourself. Learn more at www.drwillcole.com/podcast www.Livonlabs.com/Well to get a free sample of all six products plus a free shot glass and free shipping on all orders in the continental U.S. www.HigherDOSE.com/will or use code WILL75 for $75 off your Infrared Sauna Blanket or Infrared PEMF Mat. www.Paleovalley.com with code DRWILL for 15% off today. Produced by Dear Media
On this week's episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by Dr. Judy Ho, a triple board-certified and licensed clinical and forensic neuropsychologist, podcast host, and media personality. In the interview, Jesse and Dr. Judy tackle many areas of her expertise, including depression, anxiety, and stress in light of the months-long lockdowns. They also discuss modern relationship dynamics, how to avoid self-sabotage, BLM, LGBTQ issues, and the disturbing upsurge in attacks on Asian Americans. You don't want to miss this wide-ranging and very topical interview!