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Nell has been a valued asset to print, radio, and broadcast media for over 10 years, providing a fresh perspective and timely, relevant commentary on a broad range of subjects.
Her advice has been featured in numerous entertainment and news outlets, including CNN, CNBC, HLN, Entertainment Tonight, The Huffington Post, SELF Magazine, TimeOut New York, Glamour, and many more.
Nell provides unique viewpoints and thoroughly researched commentary that's compelling, relatable, and always entertaining.
Nell Daly is a highly trained, pioneering, holistic psychotherapist, journalist, TV commentator and mother of three children.
Her single most important mission; teaching people cutting edge mental health protocols and improving patient care by revamping traditional, conventional treatments which include openly questioning the use of many psychiatric medications on people who are depressed or anxious.
Nell is the host of Unscripted, a Point Zero Studios production where she engages in conversations -- sometimes serious, sometimes hilarious --- with some of the biggest thought leaders and scientists around the world on all things health related. The study of human consciousness, evidence-based functional medicine, and how psycho-spiritual practices are used to help people live better lives is of particular interest to her and her listeners.
Thanks to her dual background in journalism and mental health, Nell has been described as “one of the most relatable, well informed, and innovative women in mental health" by producers at Fox News, Nell's real world girl- next-door advice has won her a stellar reputation in the business for bringing a unique mix of thoughtful, well-researched, and provocative insights to a wide range of topics. Her work has been featured in major publications such as Elle, Self, Parents and Time Out New York. She has written for The Huffington Post, The Imperfect Parent, and you can catch her regularly on national television outlets like CNN, Fox, CNBC, and HLN. She reaches, through television, radio, print and podcasts between 9 and 19 million people a month.
Nell is an alum of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. She is a graduate of Columbia University’s Master of Fine Arts Program in non-fiction creative writing. And in 2007, she obtained a second master’s degree in Social Work from New York University, while teaching in the School of Education from 2004-2006. She has post-graduate training in reproductive psychiatry from Weill Cornell’s Post-Graduate Medical School, has attended Harvard University and she has completed psychoanalytic training from the esteemed Washington Square Institute in New York City.
In just over 20 months, over 60 holistic doctors and researchers in the United States have died -- many under mysterious circumstances -- leaving families and some of us in the medical community wondering if foul play is involved. On today's episode I share one "accidental" reporter's journey; a woman named Erin Elizabeth -- who started out with a healthy lifestyle blog -- but ended up exposing, perhaps, a dark underworld of foul play.
Sexual wellness is an imperative part of overall human health. Many doctors and therapists aren't trained to talk about sex with their patients. Emily Morse -- nationally recognized sex therapist and media maven -- and I discuss why we're still, as a society, so shy when it comes to talking about sex. Then, we delve right into what we think will help listeners the most, answering questions that range from communication techniques to what enhances pleasure.
The loss of jobs across America and a rapidly changing social landscape has left men, in particular, with a lack of identity which changes the dynamics in marriages and influences the political landscape, as seen in the last election. Special guest, Terry Real -- internationally recognized speaker, author, and renown couples therapist -- shares his vision of American men and the future.
I talk about one of the most difficult times in my life and the book that carried me through -- Broken Open by Elizabeth Lesser. As my special guest on today's episode, Elizabeth -- one of the foremost authors on spirituality in the Western Hemisphere and co-founder of the Omega Institute -- teaches us there're gifts and lessons found in grief which transform and push us to evolve. We also touch on the insights she shares in her latest book, Marrow, about surviving the death of her sister.
Sukhdev Jackson is a world famous musician and a Kundalini yoga teacher. In today's episode we explain the history of Kundalini, why, once again, meditation is crucial to our well-being, "the rise of the divine feminine" and what the adi shakti is all about. In this open hearted conversation, Sukhdev tells us how she found her life's calling--helping people, especially women--let go of their past and self-limiting beliefs so they can step into their power.
Dr. Eben Alexander is a world class neurosurgeon who, in 2008, was declared brain dead. A man of hard conventional science with no belief in God, Eben was completely transformed by his near death experience; a journey through the afterlife which he writes about in his New York Times bestselling book Proof of Heaven. Join us as we discuss consciousness, reincarnation, meditation and how science, physics and the field or medicine are being completely transformed by discoveries centered around spirituality.
In this episode, I risk my professional reputation once again. Mac and I bond over ayahuasca and MDMA. She steps up to the mic to talk about her book Irritable Hearts (about her own struggle with PTSD after an assault while on a foreign assignment) and her recent expose for RollingStone magazine -- apparently there's an underground network of therapists and doctors who treat patients with hallucinogens, not to mention studies taking place at top American universities on the use of psychedelics to treat addiction, PTSD and depression.
This episode is for men and the women who love them. Larry Hagner -- speaker, author, host and founder -- tells me his life story; an incredibly moving tale of loss and resilience and how that lead him to start The Good Dad Project, an online community of thousands of men who come together to talk about all the issues that men face in America today, but usually suffer with in silence.
The medium and author of the book Intuitive Being, Jill Willard -- featured in GOOP, Vanity Fair and Elle -- illuminates the intimate connection between our inner voice and spirit. She teaches us, step-by-step, how to access that powerful inner and outer world in order to live a more spiritually guided intentional life.
Have you ever heard of consciousness? Or stages of Enlightenment? In this episode I'll tell you a story that I've been warned could discredit me from the medical community.
In this bonus episode, as a follow up to my interview wit Dr. Julie Holland, I crack the birth control pill conversation open one more inch and ask us to remember our own stories of being put on the pill as young women, and what we felt. I ask you to reconsider this prescriptive protocol for the sake of our daughters.
Are you a woman (or with a woman) who doesn't have a sex drive? Or, are you a woman who takes an antidepressant or a benzo to get through the day? We've all pretty much been there, so no pill shaming here. In today's episode I go toe-to-toe with pioneering psychiatrist Dr. Julie Holland. We talk shop about what happens to women's bodies when we medicate them and how our natural moods actually make us awesome.
Everyone has faced loss: a breakup, death of a loved one, divorce, a huge professional setback. In the West, we are programmed to avoid or numb our pain with things like alcohol, shopping, food, endless hours on social media or sex. In today's episode, one of the most profound spiritual thinkers of our time, Francis Weller, explains to us the value of facing our fears and grief while staying conscious.
Nell Daly, an Ivy-league educated conventionally trained psychotherapist, nationally recognized television commentator and single mother of three wakes up, one day, to the fact that she's been actively taking part in something corrupt and tragic for years -- the over medication of our society. This is the back story behind Unscripted and a teaser of what's to come