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Freudian Quips Episode 45: Separation Anxiety

Description:  In our final episode of season 2 we explore separation anxiety (It’s fitting because we will miss FQ’s faithful listeners over our summer break). Learn about the prevalence of separation anxiety disorder, the continuum from healthy anxiety towards disorder, and how children and adults experience this type of anxiety. Finally, will a trip to…
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Freudian Quips Episode 44: Career Counseling with Chad Brown

 In this episode we welcome Chad Brown of Chad Brown Counseling and Consulting (http://www.chadbrownconsulting.com/). Chad is an alumni of the Rollins College Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program and also holds a M.B.A. from the  Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College. Listen in as Chad talks about how he has combined his degrees to…
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Episode 36: A Side Dish of Politics at Thanksgiving

 In this episode the docs talk about how the recent election might influence your Thanksgiving holiday with those closest to you. Learn what the experts are saying about how to keep the ones you love .. well, the one’s you love. Also, hear about our Thanksgivings. So, pass the bird (the turkey one) and settle…
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Winter Park Mayor Steve Leary interviewed on Into the Universe

Winter Park Mayor Steve Leary was interviewed on Constitution Day 2015 by Karina Andujar, WPRK’s music director and host of Into the Universe. Find out the mayor’s favorite Amendment and how Winter Park citizens can get involved in their city!  

Poet Carol Frost’s Scorn and the English Department’s Open House

“The third time this happened I thought ‘I wonder what Starling eggs taste like’–seemed too bad to ruin all those eggs”–Carol Frost
Catch all of Professor Carol Frost’s Scorn here, on WPRK.org and don’t forget to come out to the English Department Open House, this Thursday, @ 7pm in the Galloway Room

Functionally Literate Radio Episode 1

In which we discuss the Orlando Weekly “best of” literary awards, invent our own literary awards, discuss local lit news and events, and talk about what we’ve been reading.