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‘Forgiveness can be important in order to re-build our sense of who we are after a significant loss.’ Tayyab explains that loss is universal and most people recover from those losses over time. When a grieving person blames themselves or someone else for the loss and is unable to forgive, or is unable to forgive a person who has died for something …
 
‘The ultimate act of gratitude is to live the wisdom they have given us from that moment forward.’Dr Kerry Howells explains gratitude as a process that connects us to the world through giver, receiver, and gift. She encourages us to notice what we have received and the importance of expressing our thanks – in some way - so that gratitude can flow i…
 
“I wasn’t running away from grief, I was running with my grief”.Denise talks to Julie Zarifeh, clinical psychologist about life after the heart-breaking loss of her husband and son in 2017. Julie shares her experience of active grieving which she says was not running away from grief, but running with her grief. She shares the strategies that worked…
 
‘Surrender is not giving up, rather it is opening up to the emergent to what is unfolding’.Denise talks to Dr Neena Verma about the learning and growth that can occur when we are able to accept what is unfolding in our lives, even when that’s hard. Neena talks about her own challenges and personal loss and how she has learned to ‘be present to what…
 
Denise talks to Mairie Cregan, co-founder of the Feileacain, the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland about the silence around the loss of her two babies that led to her setting up the organisation. Determined to provide acknowledgement and support to bereaved parents, Feileacain now offers rituals including hand and footprints of t…
 
Denise talks to Rob Fazio, founder of Hold the Door, a not-for-profit that helps people coping with significant loss or adversity. Learn how Hold the Door is Rob’s way of honouring his father’s memory and keeping his legacy alive. Committed to the idea of helping people grow and grieve, Hold the Door’s strategy is one of connecting and caring with …
 
Denise shares part 2 of her discussion with renowned grief expert Dr Bob Neimeyer. Bob explains why grief is so personal and why we each need to find our own GPS (Grief Positioning System!) to help us live in the world again. He shares strategies that many people have found helpful when rebuilding their lives after difficult losses.Anyone who has f…
 
After great loss, the grieving have to re-define who they are, make sense of what’s happened, and find meaning and connection in a world that is significantly changed for them. Dr Robert Neimeyer, grief researcher and therapist, discusses with Denise the important role that meaning plays in helping us adapt to and cope with significant loss and cha…
 
How do positive emotions help us cope with our most challenging moments including caregiving for people facing life-threatening illness or bereavement?In this podcast, Prof. Judith Mokowitz, social and health psychologist, shares how activities that generate positive emotions can help people respond to significant life stress in a healthier way. He…
 
Denise shares part 2 of Dr Lucy Hone’s conversation with renowned grief expert Dr Tom Attig. Tom offers advice on what to say to the bereaved, the value of rituals for grieving, and the difference between a grief reaction and a grief response. Tom encourages us to develop what he calls ‘sorrow friendly’ practices, so that our cultures can be more s…
 
Denise shares Part 1 of a conversation between Dr Lucy Hone and renowned grief expert, Dr Tom Attig, who explains the flaws in the stages model of grief. He shares how significant loss shatters our world and requires us to re-learn how to live in the work, and to rebuild our connections in new ways. He encourages us to pay attention to the resilien…
 
‘Choose life – don’t lose what you have to what you’ve lost’ – Dr Lucy HoneDenise talks with Dr Lucy Hone on how she chose life and resilience after the tragic death of her beloved 12-year-old daughter. Lucy shares how she learned to navigate her own grief in a resilient way, and is now sharing the tools she has successfully used and adapted with o…
 
Denise talks to Dr Melinda Webber who believes that a lot of cultural responsiveness comes down to manaakitanga – kindness and caring for people as they are. For those who feel intimidated by this challenge, she reminds us that we just need to take small steps and take time to bed them in – so that they become genuinely part of our culture. Broadca…
 
Show 06 - Schools back - This week was a start back to online school for students around the country. We know teachers will have been feeling more nervous than students so Adrienne Buckingham talked to Rowan Taigel, experienced educator and wellbeing facilitator with NZIWR and WhatifPLD, about advice for teachers this week. Her focus on high tolera…
 
Show 05 - Sparklers at Home - This week, Denise spoke with Anna Mowat, content creator for Sparklers and they discussed strategies for people looking after young children including:Look after yourself Emotions may run highLearn together What strengths will help you? Let go of screentime battles. Create a DIY Planner. This show was broadcast on OAR …
 
04 - Cut Me Some Slack - Dr Denise Quinlan talks with Dr Emma Woodward (NZ Child Psychology Service) about helping parents cope with this strange new normal of the ‘staycation’ that is the Level 4 Alert of the COVID-19 period.This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz저자 Otago Access Radio
 
03 - WFH in Challenging Times - Any person “conducting a business or undertaking” has a duty to manage the health and safety of workers performing remote or isolated work. At NZIWR we have decades of experience of WFH, much of it while dealing with tough stuff. The result? We have unique insights that are proving useful now. Here are our tips to he…
 
02 - Not Killing Nigel - Denise talks with Lucy about the strategies she is using to avoid losing the plot with the people in her bubble. Not Killing Nigel also comes as a downloadable PDF so you can make a plan for the people in your bubble. We’ve also included a download of Alex Fulton’s Door Hang ‘I’m just isolating from isolating’ for you to pr…
 
Show 30 - Rowan Taigel - Turning Wellbeing onto Its Head - How can we make learning engaging and meaningful for students?This was the challenge Rowan Taigel took on when she turned the curriculum, and the traditional approach to NCEA, upside down - focusing first on the problems students wanted to solve, then the skills they needed to do that, and …
 
Show 29 - Jillian Coppley-Darwish - Thriving Communities - How can we build thriving learning communities by focusing on what’s strong and not what’s wrong?Denise talks to Jillian Coppley-Darwish, about Thriving Learning Communities – a programme that works by helping educators to focus on ‘what’s strong not what’s wrong’ in their students. Listen …
 
S2 - Show 28 - Tayyab Rashid - Tayyab explains to Denise how his experience of living in other cultures has taught him to notice variation within each culture. He encourages us to notice that variation rather than stereotyping, and to always pay attention to our shared humanity. After working with people from many and varied cultures he believes th…
 
Leading Change for Wellbeing - How can we remind people that they are part of a collective and that a collective can solve anything?In this podcast Denise talks with Dr Chris Jansen about leading change. In contrast to old models of the heroic leader dashing in to save us all, Chris emphasises the need for everyone to be involved in finding the sol…
 
S2 - Show 26 - Wellbeing learning for students and parents with Dr Ase Fagerlund - How can we help parents – as well as children - to learn about wellbeing?In this interview, Dr Ase Fagerlund shares the story of a multi-year, multi-school project she has led in Finland. As well as working with schools to support teaching of wellbeing to students, A…
 
Show 25 - Coaching for Whole-school Wellbeing - with Professor Christian van Niewerburgh - Can coaching be about whole-system change as well as individual support?In this interview with Denise Quinlan, Christian van Niewerburgh explains why coaching is not an indulgence – at its heart, coaching is about being able to support the wellbeing of others…
 
Show 24 - Teaching Health - an Essential Part of Whole-school Wellbeing - with Dr Katie Fitzpatrick and Kat Wells - How can we use the Health Curriculum in schools to teach students about individual and collective wellbeing?Dr Katie Fitzpatrick and HPE leader Kat Wells talk to Denise about Mental Health Education and Hauora - their HPE curriculum r…
 
Show 23 - Wellbeing in Education - How can we help schools coordinate and evaluate the work they are doing on wellbeing?In this interview, Lea Waters explains how her work has culminated in a model that helps school do just that. She outlines the progress she has seen in wellbeing in education and stresses the importance of taking a big picture vie…
 
Show 22 - Cultural responsiveness and cultural diversity with Ara Simmons - How can we help teachers build connection with their students and their whānau?In this interview, Ara Simmons shares her own multi-cultural background and experience as a teacher in a multi-cultural setting. She explains how standard practice in some school systems supports…
 
How Coaching can Support Wellbeing - Why should we value and endorse a coaching culture in schools?In this interview, Clive and Denise discuss the overlap of organizational coaching and positive psychology. A growing body of research demonstrates that coaching conversations can support performance and wellbeing. Clive believes that giving people ar…
 
S2 - Show 20 - Indigenous wellbeing model - How can we support wellbeing for Māori students and staff?In this episode Wiremu shares his school experiences both as a Māori student and as a school counsellor. He describes a sense of not belonging – that this wasn’t meant for him even though he is tangata whenua, a person of this land. To help young p…
 
S2 - Show 19 - Strengths Based Resilience - Dr Tayyab Rashid, developer of the Strengths-Based Resilience program for school and university students, and author of the Positive Psychotherapy Clinical Handbook talks to Denise about implementing wellbeing work in schools. He emphasises the importance of schools adapting programmes to their context – …
 
Show 18 - Why does paying attention to culture matter to Wellbeing? - In this episode Denise and Brenda discuss how families and schools can work together to build a resilient context for community members. Internal resources are only part of the equation for strengthening wellbeing and resilience. According to Brenda, indigenous cultural adaptatio…
 
Show 17 - Where has PodEd been and where are we going? - In this epsoode, Denise speaks to Mathew White who has been involved in PosEd since its inceptions. Mathew was a teacher at Geelong Grammar was first trained in Positive Psychology by Martin Seligman and his team (including Denise) and now teaches teachers. Mathew suggest the first wave of Po…
 
Show 16 - What does PsychCap look like in schools? - In this episode, Denise and Mike discuss the value of using the Psychological Capital framework in an educational environment. The acronym H.E.R.O. represents the four pillars of this model: Hope, Self-Efficacy, Resilience, Optimism. Mike believes HERO overlaps significantly with John Hattie’s wo…
 
Show 15 - What can schools do to help staff and students engage with learning about wellbeing? - Rhiannon McGee is charged with overseeing how wellbeing is supported throughout Geelong Grammar School and how it is taught to students from early years to high school. She explains the range of strategies they use to work with staff and students includ…
 
Show 14 - What can we do to help children and adolescents develop secure attachments? - Nathan Wallis, long time child advocate, started as a young teacher who realised that “scared kids don’t learn”. He realised he had to act like a nurturer before he could be a teacher and retrained as a child therapist. Nathan knows social and emotional wellbein…
 
Show 13 - How Restorative practices can contribute to school Wellbeing with Greg Jansen - In this interview Greg Jansen and Denise discuss how restorative practice is an integral part of wellbeing – supporting relational connection. Greg’s longstanding history with schools means that he understands how long it take to embed a restorative culture [l…
 
Show 12 - How do we battle boredom in the classroom? - Research has shown one in four Danish students were very bored often or most of the time in school. Mette Ledertoug and Nanna Paarup are challenging this status quo, asking: ‘How can we expect to create lifelong learners if we turn so many students off learning in school?’ Listen to how wellbei…
 
Positive Education Leadership with Charlie Scudamore - How can leaders embed sustainable wellbeing change?In this interview, Denise talks to Charlie Scudamore, a visionary educator and Vice Principal at Geelong Grammar School who has been leading wellbeing in his community for over 10 years. Charlie reveals how positive psychology was introduced at…
 
School Wellbeing on a Budget with Clare Erasmus - In this interview, Clare and Denise discuss why and how her school adopted a culture of care to address mental health issues. Prevention was her initial motivation. . Clare talks about bringing wellbeing into her own family home; its challenges and successes.Broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin www.oar.…
 
How can schools reflect the bicultural nature of Aotearoa?In this interview, Nathan and Denise discuss strategies, ideas and ways to ensure Māori students in our schools feel they belong in an education system based of Eurocentric values. The Treaty of Waitangi guarantees participation, protection and partnership for Māori in all important areas of…
 
How Strengths-Based Approaches Support Wellbeing- with Dr Denise QuinlanWhat’s right with people?In this interview, Adrienne and Denise discuss strengths which are things we do well and we enjoy doing. Engagement, performance, collaboration and relationships are all influenced positively by strengths.Learn more about character strengths, and how th…
 
S2 - Show 07 - Whole School Wellbeing from a Coach’s Perspective with Clive LeachHow do different schools address wellbeing?In this interview, Clive and Denise discuss harnessing ‘positive deviance’ in schools to move towards Flourishing. Clive Leach is a highly qualified and experienced organisational coach, group facilitator and public speaker. C…
 
Series 2 - Show 04 - Mental Fitness in the Classroom- with Adrienne Buckingham - How do we teach wellbeing to teenagers?In this interview, Denise and Adrienne discuss the Mental Fitness Program Adrienne designed and taught to Year 10 boys in Dunedin, NZ. The language of mental fitness is used to appeal to teenage boys and echoes the familiar langua…
 
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