“Dr. G: Engaging Minds is a weekly one hour radio broadcast during which we address psychological issues that affect all of our lives,” says Dr. G. “Every week, I will have the chance to speak with a variety of well-known guests from the worlds of entertainment, sports, technology, and business”

The show presents guests that share their stories, experiences, interests and beliefs on a wide range of topics. From humorous, to serious; from local to world issues.  The broadcast discusses how our guests have been affected personally, and how they are striving to make a difference.

Dr. G is a Clinical Psychologist, Author, Speaker, Executive Coach and Entertainment Consultant.

Learn more at: www.DrGluss.com



This week Dr. G and Dr. Raskin explore gaming, sexting, gambling and the many compulsive behaviors that arise from internet overuse.



The Shrink & The Showman is an hour of entertaining interviews with a hint of psychology sprinkled in by Dr. G. Each week Dr. G welcomes a guest as the show “person” to talk about their individual journeys in show business and beyond. 

Anything can happen.

Also on Sundays at 8:00pm The Solution®
The Solution® is Talk Radio with a fusion of psychology and medicine where Dr. G and Damon Raskin, MD focus on a specific problem and with a guest panel of experts and search for The Solution to questions around the mind/body connection.
For more information visit http://engagingmindsradio.com
Update from the Bahamas as heard on the Morning Drive

Update from the Bahamas as heard on the Morning Drive

Kimberly Mullings reporting from Freeport, Bahamas described the surreal conditions wrought by Hurricane Dorian on Grand Bahama Island. She told Jillian and John about “seeing people leaving literally in their underwear trying to seek shelter … Some people have three story homes and they had to hang out in their attics for over 24 hours.…Continue Reading

West Texas gunman was fired from job hours before massacre.

West Texas gunman was fired from job hours before massacre.

By Faith Karimi, Ed Lavandera and Christina Maxouris, CNN The 36-year-old gunman who left seven people dead in a West Texas killing rampage had been fired from his job hours before the massacre began, The New York Times reported, citing unnamed officials. CNN is working to learn more details, but authorities have repeatedly cautioned that they have yet…Continue Reading