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As a young athlete, you face many obstacles before achieving your sports goals. You must master the mental and physical aspects of sports as well as have a strategy and plan which is the business side of sports. Join Sports Performance Coach and Sports Lawyer Tola Ogunlewe as he helps you break these limitations so you can achieve your sport goals with the help of the Athlete Maestro Method. Every lesson/interview is broken down into simple actionable steps to get you to achieve your sports ...
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The Ultimate Training Program to improve Mental Toughness and Physical Strength for Christian Athletes. Why be an "Average Player" when you can train to by an "Elite Playmaker". Certified Sport Psychology Coach, former college athlete, and former professional baseball coach will share his expertise on the proper ways to prepare mentally and physically for competition, ways to improve mental toughness and focus, and ways to reach your full athletic potential. Our training plan is designed to ...
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On this podcast you can expect new mental fitness training content every week dedicated to helping you gain control over how you feel, how you behave and what you create in your life. For premium meditations and mental fitness training check out the BE app: https://mentalfitnesstraining.co/app/ Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mentalfitnesstraining/support
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Psychotherapy and Applied Psychology is hosted by Dr. Dan Cox, a professor at the University of British Columbia. This show delivers engaging discussions with the world's foremost research experts for listeners interested in or practicing psychotherapy or counseling to provide expert insights and practical advice into mental health, psychotherapy practice, and clinical training. This podcast provides valuable insights whether you are interested in psychotherapy, an applied psychology discipl ...
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Join in on Part 2 of the conversation with Dan and his guest Dr. Nadya Fouad as they continue to discuss women's career development in this episode of Psychotherapy & Applied Psychology, Dr. Fouad joins in from the Counseling Psychology division of the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin. Join Dan and Dr. Fouad as th…
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In this episode of Psychotherapy & Applied Psychology, Dan is joined by Dr. Nadya Fouad as they discuss women's career development. Dr. Fouad joins in from the Counseling Psychology division of the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin. Join Dan and Dr. Fouad as they discuss women's career development, cultural context…
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In this conversation, Dan chats with Dr. Ken miller about his work in the area civilian mental health in war zones. In this conversation, Dr. Miller discusses his journey from studying adolescent suicide to working with refugees affected by armed conflict. Dr. Miller explains the importance of addressing both war-related trauma and day-to-day stres…
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In this conversation, Dan chats with Dr. Matthew Large about his experiences in the field of mental health, his research on suicide prediction, and how Suicide Risk Assessment can often times be ineffective. Dan and Dr. Large dive into a number of hard-hitting topics in this 7th episode: the challenges of balancing clinical work and research, the l…
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In this conversation, Dan speaks with Dr. Scott Miller about improving psychotherapy using feedback and using feedback to facilitate deliberate practice. The conversation covers Scott's journey in the field of therapy, his experiences in different settings, and the development of feedback-informed treatment (FIT). FIT involves soliciting formal fee…
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In this conversation, Dr. David Klonsky dives deep into the Three-Step Theory of Suicide, explaining why some people consider suicide and some attempt suicide. We begin the conversation with Dr. Klonsky talking about his side interest in combat sports and the psychology behind it. He shares his experience in martial arts and how it has influenced h…
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In this conversation, Dan welcomes Dr. Jon Elhai to discuss problematic smart phone and social media use. This conversation explores the addictive aspects of social media and smart phones; however, they are not recognized as addictive disorders in the DSM or ICD. They also discuss the risk factors for excessive internet use, such as long-standing i…
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This week, Dan is joined by Dr. Jesse Owen, Dan and Jesse peruse what multicultural psychotherapy really is and how to apply the multicultural orientation framework in psychotherapy and clinical training. The conversation explores the concept of multicultural orientation (MCO) in psychotherapy/counseling. The MCO framework consists of three pillars…
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In this conversation, Dan talks with Dr. Katie Aafjes van Doorn about the effectiveness of teletherapy. Katie shares her perspective on teletherapy and its benefits, as well as the differences between phone and video therapy. They also explore the importance of the therapeutic presence in teletherapy and its potential impact on treatment outcomes. …
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In this conversation, Dan and Dr. Terence Tracey talk about therapist expertise. Terry explains the importance of routine outcome monitoring (ROM) and the limitations of therapist expertise. They delve into the concept of hypothesis testing and the value of disconfirming hypotheses. Overall, the conversation explores the themes of therapy effective…
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The Applied Psychology Podcast is hosted by Dan Cox and features conversations with the world's foremost applied psychology experts. We cover a variety of applied psychology topics such as psychotherapy, mental health, happiness, interpersonal relationships, and much more. Listen to engaging and insightful episodes by subscribing to The Applied Psy…
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The following book reviews contain a mental health study on personality disorder. The first is mummy’s boy Norman; seconds out, round two is a private gentleman's club activity swirling out of control; after all, men will be men. We begin by exploring Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho”, the psychological thriller, by providing various perspectives and int…
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To Kill a Mockingbird, a 1960 novel by Harper Lee, is an iconic masterpiece set in the 1930s Deep South that confronts American society's deep-seated prejudices and injustices. Positioned in the racially divided town of Maycomb, Alabama, during the Great Depression, the story follows Scout Finch, a young girl coming of age in a world filled with ra…
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Have you ever found yourself at the mercy of a situation, feeling like a leaf tossed in the wind? This is where the dichotomy of control steps in, offering a lifeline to clarity and calm in the chaos of life. It's a simple yet profound principle that can revolutionise how we handle our daily struggles. In this lesson, we'll unravel the layers of th…
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Today's articles look at the darker side of love with abuse that requires reflection and consideration for the reader to contemplate. The 1955 novel Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov, a Russian-American novelist, handles the controversial subject of hebephilia, a profoundly unsettling and controversial exploration of obsession and the demonic aspects of …
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Our previous session discussed how literature and the media manipulated public opinion and shaped people’s beliefs and behaviours. Today, we have a closer look at Fake News. The Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Spectrum and a book reflecting the counterculture movement and challenges the traditional values, institutionalisation and incarceration in th…
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Obsessive love can be described as an intense and overwhelming feeling of love towards someone, which can lead to controlling behaviour and possessiveness. It often involves an unhealthy attachment to the other person and can have negative consequences for both the lover and the loved one. Idolatry, infatuation, and erotomania are terms used to des…
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The previous article briefly discussed how the power of literature was a deadly weapon through newspapers, radio, and other media outlets, used in antisemitic propaganda by Adolf Hitler to dehumanise and vilify his enemies, primarily the Jews he called parasites. But for additional groups such as communists and non-Aryans, the word was used in Germ…
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I proposed that books allow the individual to learn from their reading experiences and bibliotherapy to be the focus of therapy and self-reflection. Photography was suggested as a tool for conveying emotion and channels for self-expression. Then, like a vision, I observed a review by Andrew Pettigrew, which combined both aspects together. The premi…
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Although health professionals often use the term mental health, physicians recognise that many psychological disorders have physical roots. And this is why loneliness can significantly affect both your physical and mental health. In today’s fast-paced and connected world, it may seem counterintuitive to think loneliness is a prevalent issue. Loneli…
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Our previous article briefly looked into the World of literature on mental health. We considered the early inclusion of mental health literature available to our young minds by viewing Christopher Robin’s friends and his mental state of mind. Leaving the door open for discussion concerning his imaginary friendship was either a coping mechanism or s…
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What is Bibliotherapy? Bibliotherapy is a therapeutic approach that uses literature to support mental health and wellbeing. It involves using books, poems, and other written materials to help individuals understand and cope with their emotions, thoughts, and behaviours. Bibliotherapy can be used in various settings, including schools, libraries, ho…
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Mental health is an important and often misunderstood topic affecting millions worldwide. Raising awareness and promoting understanding of mental health issues is crucial to creating a more inclusive and supportive society. In recent years, literature has emerged as a powerful tool for exploring and shedding light on mental health experiences. Thro…
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The continuous presence of intrusive thoughts can create a constant sense of unease and fear. They have the power to make you question your own morality and sanity. The toll they take on you is not only mental but physical as well. The exhaustion caused by these persistent thoughts can affect your concentration, making it difficult to complete task…
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Is there a misunderstanding about anxiety in teenage girls? Anxiety is a common emotion experienced by people of all ages, but have we misunderstood its impact on teenage girls? In today's fast-paced, high-pressure world, it is essential to understand the unique challenges that young girls face. This article aims to shed light on the misconceptions…
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Why do you struggle to resist a sugary snack or struggle with anxiety? The answer lies in our genes. Our genetic makeup plays an important role in shaping who we are and how we behave. Could it be possible that our genes are responsible for our circumstances? Genes are the segments of DNA that provide instructions for the development and functionin…
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A healthy mind is essential for overall well-being. It enables us to cope with the challenges of everyday life and maintain a positive outlook. But what does it mean to have a healthy mind? It goes beyond just being free from mental illness; it encompasses having good mental health and emotional resilience. A healthy mind is characterised by clarit…
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Paranoid Schizophrenia: Learning and Managing this Condition Paranoid schizophrenia is a complex and often debilitating mental illness that affects approximately 0.5% of the population. Portrayed by a combination of hallucinations, delusions, and disorganised thinking, it can drastically impact a person’s ability to function in daily life. In this …
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In the world of neuroscience and psychology, there are intriguing conditions that challenge our fundamental understanding of perception. One such condition is agnosia, which disrupts somebody’s ability to recognise or interpret sensory information. Agnosia usually affects only a single information pathway in the brain. If you have this condition, y…
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In our quest to unravel the complex workings of the human mind, we often encounter enigmatic conditions that confound our understanding. One such condition is Alexithymia, also known as (AKA) emotional blindness. This fascinating yet little-known phenomenon profoundly affects one’s emotional well-being. Unlocking the secrets of this mysterious cond…
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A Comprehensive Guide To Mind-Wandering Do you often find yourself lost in your thoughts, utterly detached from the present moment? If so, you’re not alone. This phenomenon is known as mind-wandering, a common occurrence for many people. Here’s an article explaining everything you need to know about mind-wandering. Mind wandering is associated with…
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Procrastination And Getting Things Done Procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing tasks or activities that need to be done. It is the tendency to put off important or demanding tasks in favour of more pleasurable or easier ones. It is a common trait many people struggle with, and research suggests that about 20% of individuals can be cla…
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Gaslighting in Relationships: How to Heal and Move Forward. Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse in which an individual manipulates another person to doubt their own perceptions, feelings and thoughts, ultimately leading them to question their sanity and sense of reality. Do you ever find yourself questioning your own memory, feelings, or sanit…
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Echoism vs Narcissism: What’s the Difference? Have you heard of Echoism? It’s a term that describes individuals who tend to repeat what others say to avoid conflict or assert their own opinions. In a world where narcissism often dominates our social media feeds, a lesser-known term offers a refreshing alternative: echoism, the other side of Narciss…
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Hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure, is often called the “silent killer” because it can go unnoticed until it causes severe health problems. In fact, hypertension affects over 1 billion people worldwide and is responsible for an estimated 7.5 million deaths annually. Understanding the risks of hypertension and how to prevent it is c…
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When Mental Health Neglects Physical Health: The Risks Involved, And Here’s Why? A new study by a King’s College London team confirms an association between psychological and physical health. People with mental illness age faster and die younger compared to their peers. The potential impact of illnesses like anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder…
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Have you ever experienced anxiety about your health, even when there’s no medical reason to do so? Perhaps you worry about having a severe illness, despite your doctor reassuring you that you’re healthy. This anxiety could be a sign of illness anxiety disorder. Illness anxiety disorder (IAD), formerly called hypochondria or hypochondriasis, is a ty…
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How to Make the Most of good stress and Manage the Bad by Marissa Downes Stress, or more accurately distress, occurs when the demands on a person exceed their abilities, skills, or coping strategies. “Stress is a response to a threat in any situation and is the body’s way of protecting you,” says Laura Kampel, a Senior Clinical Psychologist at the …
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Lying on a mat around a fire in the Costa Rican jungle, I was too terrified to speak. I had just taken iboga, a psychedelic plant medicine native to Central Africa, in a desperate attempt to avoid taking my own life. It was 2015, two years after I had retired from international rugby, where I was a celebrated full-back, playing for Glasgow Warriors…
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Do I have Misophonia? Have you ever felt a strong adverse reaction to sounds that most people find insignificant, such as someone eating or tapping their feet, becoming unbearable? If so, you may be experiencing misophonia, a relatively unknown auditory disorder that affects a small percentage of the population. What is Misophonia? Misophonia, or s…
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I took magic mushrooms to relieve the stress of motherhood. Do you know that saying about the Sixties? If you remember them, you weren’t there? My parents remember the Isle of Wight Festival in 1969, where Bob Dylan headlined. They popped by out of curiosity and left at 8 pm. My folks were — and still are — wonderfully straight. Why am I telling yo…
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Why Do I Feel More Anxious at Night? The quiet hours can bring a lot of internal chatter, and here’s how to deal with it. Whenever you try to fall asleep at night, many anxious thoughts and embarrassing memories come racing into your mind, preventing you from drifting off. Why does this happen, and can you do anything about it? Experts say that whe…
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The torrent of personal revelations that has poured from Prince Harry of late has been met with a range of reactions, from sympathy through to fury. But quite why he has pressed the nuclear button and blown up all before him, in such a public, uncompromising fashion, has remained a puzzle to some. One possible explanation, suggested earlier this mo…
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You will learn more about what developmental disabilities are, the associated risk factors, and different interventions that can help individuals with developmental disabilities reach their goals. Developmental disability Developmental disability is a term used to describe physical or mental impairments caused by particular disorders or illnesses. …
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Everyone seems to be on psychedelics except me. People will go to the unlikeliest of places to sort their heads out, be it the internet, the rainforests of the Amazon, or even suburbia in London, UK. Like noticing the first grey hairs, I suppose there comes a time in midlife when many of us think: is everyone on drugs but me? These rude awakenings …
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Aphasia. Aphasia is a communication disorder that results from damage or injury to the language parts of the brain. It's usually caused by a stroke but can also be caused by other brain injuries, such as a tumour or head injury. People with aphasia may have difficulty understanding spoken and written language, speaking, reading and writing. They ma…
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We’re all looking for that elusive, ‘spark’ – but what really ignites a long-lasting relationship? There is good news, Science is closing in on the answers. For centuries, our romantic fates were thought to be written in the stars. Wealthy families would even pay fortunes to have a matchmaker foretell the success, or failure of a potential marriage…
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Micro-dosing psychedelics and mental health. Continuing with the psychedelic theme, and the potential benefits to mental health have been covered in a previous article and podcast. The key issues were the potential therapeutic benefits of using these compounds. After all, there was a 40-year pause on psychedelic research following the prohibition o…
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Have you ever wondered what the secret to overall good health is? Turns out, it all starts with your gut. The gut microbiome is an ecosystem of hundreds to thousands of microbial species living within the body. These populations affect our health, fertility, and even our longevity. There is increasing evidence that the mixture of microorganisms fou…
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The term “psychedelic” is derived from the Ancient Greek words “psyche” (meaning “mind”) and “delos” (which means “to manifest”). The British-born Canadian psychiatrist Humphry Osmond coined it in a letter to author Aldous Huxley in 1956. Psychotropic medication definition. Is any drug prescribed to stabilise or improve mood, mental status, or beha…
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