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Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
If you work in applying behavioural science you will be aware of growing pains within the field. In this series I interview 20 top industry leaders, in an effort to surface and solve the challenges we face. This podcast is for the 600+ behavioural science teams in action around the world, to help us all grow together. Host: Daniel Bennett, London UK. https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebestdanielbennett/
 
Welcome to the Real World Behavioural Science (RWBS) podcast, where we look at how behavioural and social sciences are being used in the real world to help change the public’s health, for good. The RWBS podcast is created by the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (www.BSPHN.org.uk) and is aimed at people working in public health, academia and industry, who have an interest in how behavioural science is being used to improve health and wellbeing. Each month, Stu King (BSPHN Committ ...
 
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Engaging in regular exercise is a frequent recommendation of mental health clinicians as a way to address symptoms of anxiety & depression; however, despite clients almost universally voicing a strong belief in the benefit of exercise, it is often challenging for clients (and let's be honest, clinicians) to implement. Professor, neuroscientist and …
 
While at times a difficult topic to broach, men's mental health reflects an important area of both clinical and research interest. Moreover, despite the strong emotions that can be evoked by this subject, it is an issue which must be successfully integrated into the current discussion around mental health and wellbeing. In this wide ranging discuss…
 
Unfortunately, many mental health clinicians will experience a client’s suicide in the course of their career. The loss of a client to suicide often reflects a life changing experience which can require considerable processing to reconcile and reach some kind of understanding. In parallel, risk assessment can reflect a major source of distress, not…
 
Welcome back I am Jaime, an online cbt therapist and emdr online therapist, and this my podcast on CBT and EMDR. I breifly discuss, mainly in the context of sports performance, how cbt for sports personalities can support them in their overall wellbeing, and not only on their performance. However, I work with many people finding difficult to perfor…
 
Welcome to the Online CBT Therapy podcast. I am Jaime, and online cbt therapist and remote emdr therapist. In this episode, Ben a CBT therapist and Behavioural Family therapist and therapist trainer, join us to give us a brief overview of BFT, specifically when use with people experiencing psychosys and their loved ones. We look at the research, th…
 
Jungian/Depth psychology provides a wonderful framework for exploring questions related to meaning and the self that can at time fall outside of boundaries of what is typically explored in cognitive behavioural therapy. However, each perspective can offer tools and insights which may enrich the application of the other. Dr. Sean Fitzpatrick, psycho…
 
Following registration as an autonomous professional, a psychotherapist could potentially go decades providing service to clients in the privacy of their office without another professional ever directly evaluating their work. Clinical psychologist, researcher and consultant, Dr. Daryl Chow, joins us for an important discussion around clinician per…
 
Chronic pain is emerging as one the most misunderstood aspects of the human experience. Owing to this misunderstanding, there is often needless suffering as a function of many clients and clinicians not understanding the central role psychological processes can play in the experience of many types of chronic pain. Clinical psychologist and research…
 
The interface between nutrition and mental health is a fascinating area of study that is of great interest to both mental health clinicians & clients alike; however, it can be at times difficult to find coherent messaging and/or data-driven information as it relates to the link between diet and psychological well-being. Uma Naidoo, MD, a board-cert…
 
Owing to a rapidly changing world, many clinicians understandably feel it is increasingly difficult to keep track of (let alone integrate) considerations around systems level challenges (e.g., social media, political polarization, housing shortage, monetary policy etc.) that may be germane to their day-to-day work with clients. In this conversation…
 
While a number of empirically supported, disorder-specific treatment protocols exist, it is frequently the experience of clinicians that clients present with co-morbid symptoms - that is, symptoms of a number of mental disorders at the same time. This can present challenges around treating concurrent symptoms and/or what to prioritize in treatment.…
 
Rumination in the context of OCD, anxiety & depression is often conceptualized as an automatic & intrusive psychological experience for which there is little relief beyond distraction, mindfulness etc. Dr. Michael Greenberg, clinical psychologist and Director of OCD Associates, has re-framed rumination as a compulsion which is amenable to treatment…
 
Welcome back I am Jaime, an online cbt therapist and emdr online therapist, and this my podcast on CBT and EMDR. In this episode we discuss briefly Neuroscience and Neuropsychology with Tarrin, who is Master Graduate and research assistance. We talk about what neuroscience, and neuroimaging, shows when someone receives CBT or EMDR, pre and post tre…
 
While low mood & sadness are very frequently adaptive responses to life's challenges, there are times where this normally adaptive mechanism is applied for too long, at the wrong time, or at the wrong intensity in the form of major depressive disorder. In our 2nd annual Fireside Chat geared for mental health clinicians and consumers alike, host of …
 
Clinical presentations characterized by "overcontrol" of emotions (e.g., OCPD, chronic depression, eating disorders) can present a very unique set of challenges & opportunities within the therapeutic setting. Psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, Hope Arnold, LCSW, MA, joins us for a discussion of the promise of Radically Open Dialetcial Behavio…
 
Clients with both an intellectual disability and mental health diagnosis are among the most vulnerable members of our society; however, these clients often face significant barriers with respect to accessing services for a number of complex reasons. Dr. Philip Grandia, C. Psych joins us for an in-depth discussion of working with clients with an int…
 
Conversations around the conceptualization, development & implementation of diagnostic frameworks around mental illness often generate more questions than answers, but are endlessly fascinating in their ability to pull on a number of diverse & interesting threads of inquiry. Clinical psychologist, professor & former president of the Canadian Associ…
 
Professor Angel Chater is a Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society and a Health & Sport & Exercise Psychologist with the Health & Care Professionals Council. She is a Professor in Health Psychology and Behaviour Change at the University of Bedfordshire, where she leads the centre in health, wellbeing and behav…
 
While most psychotherapists identify with one predominant theoretical orientation, in practice it is common for clinicians to adopt an "eclectic" approach that aligns with the varied lens/interests a clinician might hold as well as to meet the varied needs of clients. Consultant, coach, author and podcast host, Imi Lo, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly for…
 
Welcome back I am Jaime, an online cbt therapist and emdr online therapist, and this my podcast on CBT and EMDR. This episode is a revisit of a previous area I discussed in another podcast, on what to think prior doing onlien therapy. I read an article on Unqualified Therapists, found through the BBC news feed. I discuss some of the areas, and iden…
 
Dreams have long been a source of fascination, mystery & intrigue, yet there is now an abundance of scientific evidence to shed light on the origins, nature, and purpose of this captivating aspect of the human experience. Sleep neuroscientist Dr. Sidarta Ribeiro, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for an in-depth consideration of many of the themes…
 
While many parenting books and websites emphasize the critical role of the parent in influencing a child's behaviour, it is frequently overlooked that all children possess a genetically driven temperament which exerts a powerful influence not only on the child's behaviour, but on the behaviour of their parents. Dr. Danielle Dick, joins us for a dis…
 
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of psychotherapists were forced to migrate their practice to teletherapy or secure video. While many have embraced this new mode of practice and have even found enhancements to their delivery of therapy, others are eager to return to the office or adopt a hybrid model. Dr. Hannah Zeavin, author o…
 
Welcome back I am Jaime, an online cbt therapist and emdr online therapist, and this my podcast on CBT and EMDR. In this episode, I discuss the areas that are useful to look and explore prior begining any therapy. However, I look at them from a CBT perspective. I explore: sleep, values, beleifs, food, exercise, relationship, mood altering substance…
 
While trauma perpetuated by traumatic loss or imminent threat to one’s life is familiar and salient to most psychotherapists, the pervasiveness & severity of trauma precipitated by "moral injury" experienced during and/or after a trauma is frequently underestimated and overlooked as a factor that can exacerbate and/or maintain PTSD. Internationally…
 
While self-care is widely acknowledged as being critical to effective and sustainable engagement in the provision of mental health services, it is an area of focus that is frequently neglected by mental health professionals for a variety of complex reasons. Co-founders of the website Intentional Therapist, Drs. Karen Dyck & Melissa Tieseen, return …
 
In many contexts - both in-person and online - it can often feel like reasonable behaviour, the ability to constructively disagree, and basic kindness are in short supply. Award-winning science journalist and author, Melissa Wenner Moyer, joins us to discuss some of the themes in her new book How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes. In this discussio…
 
Maddy Arden is Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behavioural Science and Applied Psychology (CeBSAP) at Sheffield Hallam University. She is a Chartered Psychologist, a full member of the DHP, and a Registered Health Psychologist (HCPC). Maddy is co-editor of the British Journal of Health Psychology and director of the Be…
 
Hello everyone - hope you are well! We just wanted to quickly let you know that we’ll be taking a scheduled break for the rest of the summer and will be back with new episodes in the fall - we’ve got lots of great guests lined up and we’re really looking forward to those conversations! Just as a quick reflection, it’s been such a joy recording and …
 
Finland is consistently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world by the United Nations. Author & journalist, Katja Pantzar, who has written extensively about the potential wellness promoting aspects of the Finnish ethos in The Finnish Way: Finding Courage, Wellness and Happiness Through the Power of Sisu (as well as her upcoming book Ev…
 
While we typically take constructing and making sense of our internal and external world for granted, the brain employs a sophisticated mapping system to help construct, organize & navigate a functional and workable reality. Author and neuroscientist, Dr. Rebecca Schwarzlose, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for an in-depth discussion of some of …
 
Once considered a fringe topic, aliens and the possibility of alien encounters are now the subject of considerable mainstream media attention. Pulitzer Prize winning journalist & author, Ralph Blumenthal, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a discussion of his new book The Believer: Alien Encounters, Hard Science, and the Passion of John Mack. I…
 
Accurately mapping the "truth" of one's life is essential to crafting effective coping from a variety of perspectives. Renowned psychotherapist & author, Jon Frederickson, MSW, joins us for an in-depth discussion around some of the core themes of his book The Lies We Tell Ourselves, as well as a broader discussion of the therapy process in general.…
 
Welcome back I am Jaime, an online cbt therapist and emdr online therapist, and this my podcast on CBT and EMDR. In this episode, I discuss very confusingly the difference between remote CBT online cbt and virtual cbt, that some people are finding difficult to come to terms with. If you are looking for an online therapist you may want to read about…
 
Anxiety is a normal and necessary component of the human experience; however, under some circumstances normal psychological processes related to anxiety can unwittingly become entrenched in "habit loops" that can keep an individual stuck. New York Times best-selling author, neuroscientist, addiction psychiatrist, and thought leader in the field of …
 
It is well-known that creative, meaningful undertakings can provide a powerful pathway to healing following a traumatic experience. Internationally renowned aquascaper, author, YouTube creator and aquarium plant expert, George Farmer, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a wide-ranging discussion around how he found his healing from childhood and…
 
For many parents, cultivating a secure and nurturing attachment with their children is among their highest parenting priorities. However, establishing, maintaining and fostering this attachment can be a challenge when environmental conditions are poor and/or when the parent's resources are negatively impacted by stressors, illness or other demands.…
 
The beliefs held around emotions can lead individuals to resist and deny their internal experience. This can have many potential downstream implications for being able to cope effectively, being properly attuned to one’s needs, and remaining effective in the face of difficult interpersonal situations. Former president of the Canadian Association fo…
 
Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele is a social marketer and behavioural scientist. She is the Founding Director of Social Marketing at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, which is the largest university-based group of social marketers in the world. She is Founding Co-Editor of the Journal of Social Marketing, has led projects that have changed …
 
While "body and mind" have at times been regarded as separate entities, it is now abundantly clear that the brain & body are continuous elements of a massively interconnected system. Preeminent professor, researcher & lecturer in the field of behavioural neuroscience, Dr. Hymie Anisman, joins Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a wide-ranging and discussio…
 
Welcome back I am Jaime, an online cbt therapist and emdr online therapist, and this my podcast on CBT and EMDR. CBT for sleep, or CBT-I, has been highly researched and has been shown to be an effective treatment for some sleep disturbances. CBT-I is a safer, and as effective, alternative to medication for insomnia. CBT-I is a shorter intervention,…
 
Music has a unique ability to evoke emotion, enhance motivation and in some cases speak without saying a word. For many, music can have a profound impact on mood and performance. Award winning and critically acclaimed composer, John Lunn, (Downton Abbey, The Last Kingdom, The White Queen, The White Princess, Shetland) joins us for a wide ranging co…
 
Trauma reflects among the most dynamic and profound of human experiences and can present significant challenges for the mental health clinician and consumer alike; however, effective, time-limited & evidence-based treatments are available. Experienced trauma clinician, Dr. Michele Todd, C. Psych joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C. Psych for an extensive …
 
Fostering a healthy workplace where difficult issues are discussed openly & effectively is a huge challenge for any leader. Trier Bryant & Kim Scott, co-founders of Just Work LLC join us for a discussion around: typical stressors experienced by leaders helping leaders understand their own bias & how bias can be identified & discussed effectively, o…
 
Professor Richard Wiseman has been described as ‘…one of the most interesting and innovative experimental psychologists in the world today.’ His books have sold over 3 million copies and he presents keynote talks to organisations across the world, including The Swiss Economic Forum, Google and Amazon. He holds Britain’s only Professorship in the Pu…
 
The formation & maintenance of friendships as well as the emotional turmoil related to the rupture of friendships are common sources of clinical discussion in psychotherapy. Award-winning science journalist, author and speaker Lydia Denworth joins us for a discussion of major themes explored in her latest book Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, an…
 
The emotional perils of dating - in particular online dating - frequently rank near the top of psychosocial stressors that are discussed in psychotherapy. Award-winning magazine writer, Fortune contributor, and author of Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game, Jon Birger, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a discussion of his n…
 
While we all have a voice in our head, we may not often stop to consider the implications - both positive and negative - of these ongoing conversations with ourselves. Psychologist and author of the book Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why it Matters & How to Harness It, Dr. Ethan Kross, joins us for an illuminating discussion around: the nature an…
 
Combining MDMA with commonly employed, evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapies for trauma is an area of increasing clinical investigation. Founder of Remedy and clinical investigator Dr. Anne Wagner, C.Psych, joins us for a discussion of psychedelic assisted psychotherapy including a MAPS funded trial of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) fo…
 
Susan Michie is Professor of Health Psychology and Director of UCL's Health Psychology Research Group. She is also chartered clinical & health psychologist, and elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) and the British Psychological Society (BPS). Early Life & Career Susan starts the episode by …
 
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