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Hosted by Psychology Professor, Personal Leadership and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, Public Speaker, and former School Counselor, Ryan David. Ryan is the founder and CEO of The Ryan David Foundation, a company dedicated to personal growth, education, development, and psychological awareness. Real Talk is an informative, educational, opinionated outlet for Ryan to share his insight, perspective, and expertise with the world. A wide range of topics related to human behavior and personal developme ...
 
The Masters in Psychology Podcast explores graduate psychology topics and issues that are relevant in aiding students who are interested in furthering their education in psychology. The episodes comprise interviews of psychology professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, professors, students, researchers, consultants, etc. These interviews feature information and provide advice to empower students to make knowledgeable choices regarding their academic careers.
 
"Ruthlessly truthful and highly insightful conversations on psychology, philosophy, politics, and academic culture." With Dr. Cory Clark (@ImHardcory) and Dr. Bo Winegard (@EPoe187), humans and assistant professors of social psychology. Guest appearances by Voltaire, dog and full professor of being adorable.
 
Under the supervision of Antioch University Professor Jacqueline Pinn, Antioch alumni Gaea Woods, MA, recorded a series of conversations between herself and Spiritual Depth Psychology (SDP) professors, students, and alumni. This podcast was made to shine light on the perspectives of SDP professors, students and alumni at Antioch University Los Angeles. If you want to learn more about the SDP Specialization at Antioch University Los Angeles, this is the podcast for you.
 
Connie Malamed from The eLearning Coach site shares fresh ideas and actionable tips for success with creating online and mobile learning experiences. Listen to interviews with expert designers, developers, authors and professors who provide strategies for both learning architects and educators. If you have a passion for instructional design, cognitive psychology, visual communication, social media learning, mLearning, and related topics, this podcast is for you.
 
Editor-in-chief of Verywell Mind, therapist, and international bestselling author Amy Morin shares actionable advice for developing the mental strength you need to reach your greatest potential. On Mondays, she interviews authors, experts, entrepreneurs, athletes, musicians, and other mentally strong people who explain the strategies they use to overcome the biggest battle we all face -- the battle within our own minds. Every Friday, she shares a quick exercise that will help you grow mental ...
 
We’ve all had a discussion or an argument about popular culture. Sometimes it happens on Facebook, Tumblr or Twitter. Maybe it was in a literature, history, philosophy or psychology class in college. Perhaps it was at the local comic book shop. Or maybe it was at a bar and you ended up stabbing someone with a bottle or bludgeoning them with a pool cue. All of these discussions are exactly the same. The tenured professor at an academic conference deconstructing Batman through a Derrida lens i ...
 
The Weekend University aims to make the best psychology lectures available to the general public. To do this, we organise 'lecture days', on the last Sunday of each month, where you get a full day of talks from leading psychologists, university professors and authors. This podcast features in-depth interviews with our speakers, so you can learn more about their work. For more information, please see: http://theweekenduniversity.com
 
Come To Yourself provides unbiased, easily accessible information from the top scholars in the fields of transpersonal psychology and consciousness studies, coupled with personal insights from successful artists, musicians, and business professionals, to anyone looking to start their spiritual journey to discover and serve their soul's mission in life. Our podcasts are interviews with noted professors and authors, as well as artists, musicians, and writers about transpersonal concepts, ways ...
 
Smart entrepreneurs who want to use the web to attract leads and make sales must master the fields of psychology and human behavior. And Social Triggers Insider helps them do just that. On the show, Derek Halpern from Social Triggers features world-class researchers, professors from top universities, New York TImes Best-selling authors, and then he breaks down their insights into easy-to-implement action plans for entrepreneurs who leverage the web to grow their business. You can expect to l ...
 
In this podcast I’ll be talking to people from various backgrounds about their research, their work and their stories. I will be talking to university professors, PhDs, researchers, friends and more, to understand their work, their discoveries, and their stories. Being a curious mind, I will be speaking to people from many different backgrounds. I have no specific field that I want to cover in this podcast. Topics will range from science, psychology, philosophy, politics, culture, history, c ...
 
The Glo Podcast asks questions about self-care, deepening your sense of self and inspiring you to take action for a better world. Derik Mills, co-founder and co-CEO of Glo.com, speaks with guests about their practices and solutions for managing burnout, getting more sleep, dealing with anxiety, and becoming a better listener. We deepen our understanding of the connections we make in inner experiences that emerge from our biology, within our psychology, and through physical movement, and brin ...
 
Award-winning radio host, Mikhail Tank (KPFK) invites you to enjoy provocative conversations on the subjects of Culture, the Arts, Psychology, and altogether deep conversations. Previous guests have included royalty, Grammy® nominated singers, top-selling and helpful psychologists, television stars, top-tier astrologers, religious and spiritual leaders, authors and artists.
 
Take Two Pills and listen to this podcast: teaching and learning in health, medicine, and more! Our goal is to connect innovative teachers in health sciences and provide practical and inspirational teaching advice. If you are teaching or want to teach in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, psychology, nutrition, physical or occupational therapy, or other health sciences-Two Pills Podcast is for you! twopillspodcast@gmail.com twitter: @twopillspodcast
 
Unseen Unknown is a brand and business strategy podcast about the hidden threads that connect even the most distant of cultural concepts. We look at the emerging trends and behaviors that may be pointing to a deeper truth and ask the bigger question, “Why is society moving in this direction, and how can we apply it to business?” We believe if we can’t see it in our culture, then we can’t know it in the market. From retail and consumerism to politics, gender, identity and values, there are pa ...
 
As a professional basketball player, Aaron Gordon knows physical health is a big part of the job. But what about the power of mental wellness? Can we apply concepts from all over the world towards becoming better players and healthier people?On "Aaron Gordon's Quest for Enlightenment," AG and his co-hosts ( psychotherapist David Vaughns and basketball insider Burton Chawla) speak to experts from around the world about the connection between sports and mental wellness. They translate Eastern ...
 
Does technology just keep us all chained to our desks, glued to our screens and slumped on our sofas, or can we harness it to help us all to move more, do more and feel happier, more energetic, focused and creative? eWorklife is about work, life and wellbeing: the podcast where we talk to researchers in the field about productivity, wellbeing and work-life balance. We talk to scientists and others who can help us make the most of our technology to get our work done, keep connected to others, ...
 
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Most people say, “I want to get rid of all the stress in my life” or “I don’t want any anxiety in my life.” But, as Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki explains, we all need good anxiety. Anxiety is the fire that drives us forward. As the Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at the Center for Neural Science at New York University, Dr. Suzuki is known for her…
 
There are many undisputed benefits of being a positive, optimistic person. And if you aren’t naturally a positive person, you can learn to become one. Part of being a positive person might involve looking for the silver lining even in hardship. Perhaps you can even recognize times in your life when you were able to see how something good came out o…
 
Oddly enough, for a show that is devoted to talking about pop culture, one of the things we don’t talk about so much is podcasts. In a way, podcasting might… The post e180. So, You Say You Wanna Host a Pseudoacademic Pop Culture Analysis Podcast (with Drinking and Swearing) appeared first on The VoxPopcast.…
 
Katy Milkman is a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the host of Charles Schwab’s popular behavioral economics podcast Choiceology. She is the co-founder and co-director of the Behavior Change for Good Initiative, a research center whose mission is to advance the science of lasting behavioral change. Her new book,…
 
Get early access to our latest psychology lectures: http://bit.ly/new-talks5In this interview, Clinical Psychologist Dr Susan Simpson provides an accessible introduction to some of the core ideas, concepts, and developments from the exciting field of Schema therapy. Initially developed by Dr Jeffrey Young in the mid-1980s, Schema therapy is an inte…
 
Many people view vulnerability as a sign of weakness. After all, when you’re vulnerable you put yourself in a position where you could be hurt. So in an effort to prevent others from hurting you, you put up protective armor to stay safe. And while that protective armor may spare you from some emotional injuries, it will also prevent you from enjoyi…
 
Roberta Williams (Kings Quest, Mystery House, Phantasmagoria) joins Drew to talk about her and her husband Ken's entry into the video game industry. It involves taking Cobalt courses at local colleges, discovering games on Ken's remote work IBM 360 Mainframe computer such as Colossal Cave Adventure, and a lot of margaritas. Roberta walks us through…
 
There is something to be said about the happiness that comes with the completion of a task. Although there is certainly something also to be said about the happiness brought about by the effects of ones actions long into the future. some happiness can be derived from supporting the podcast over on the locals platform at www.colorofthought.locals.co…
 
Ally Love is the in-arena host of the Brooklyn Nets, and she’s a Peloton instructor. She’s also the founder and CEO of Love Squad, a fitness and lifestyle website that empowers women. Ally’s successful career path has taught her that it’s important to value progress over perfection. She acknowledges that she’s often put too much pressure on herself…
 
Derik discusses the founding years of Glo with the first teacher he approached, Jo Tastula. Located in Western Australia, Jo chats with Derik about her unique upbringing, how it changed her teaching style, and the ups and downs of her journey to becoming a yoga teacher. She shares how her practice has helped to create a sacred space for healing in …
 
Happiness springs from some human cause immediately and from a divine cause principally and ultimately. Chance however plays a part in enriching happiness. And you have a chance to experience an enrichment to your happiness by supporting the podcast over at www.colorofothought.locals.comעל ידי Daniel Johnson
 
Get early access to our latest psychology lectures: bit.ly/new-talksWhat is compassion? How is it beneficial for people? And how can it be harnessed directly as part of therapy? In this talk, we’ll take a look at some of the key theories underneath and practices of CFT, and see how this can be a powerful way of working with distress and suffering.T…
 
On the surface, it seems like hearing nice things about yourself would help you feel good. After all, don’t you want to know if your colleague thinks you’re brilliant or the person you’re dating thinks you’re attractive? If hearing a compliment actually makes you feel uncomfortable, though, you’re not alone. Most people actually cringe when they he…
 
huh, looks like Aquinas took a coffee break at the end of this lecture and will tell us about external goods and specific virtues tomorrow. You know, people often use indoor plumbing as a reason not live in the past, but for me, its the lack of coffee. Unfortunately coffee is an enlightenment discovery and I am not certain if I want to hang with th…
 
In this episode, Lisa chats with Damona Hoffman, an online dating coach, host of the podcast Dates & Mates: Modern Love Made Simple, and relationship expert on The Drew Barrymore Show. They talk about the impact of our wellness practice on our ability to find meaningful partnerships, common dating mistakes, and how to optimize your dating app profi…
 
I feel like there is a tounge twister somewhere here, How much good would a self-sufficient good good, if a self-sufficient good could sefl-suffice...file this under pre caffeine thoughts and run away. You to can experience the joy of terminating the inclination of your desires by heading over to www.Colorofthought.locals.com and supporting the sho…
 
Aristotle has some things to say about what happiness looks like! I fear that this podcast is insufficient for your happiness, but that you also need to support the show, hang out with friends, and post pictures of your dog on www.Colorofthought.locals.com in order to have perfect happiness.על ידי Daniel Johnson
 
Dr. Jenny Long is one of the few psychologists in the Springfield, MO area. In this podcast interview, she reveals why she chose to stay in the area during her academic career and why she chose to earn a Psy.D. instead of a Ph.D.. Throughout the interview she also provides copious advice to those who are interested in a graduate degree in psycholog…
 
It’s scary at first to acknowledge that you can’t control something. You can’t force your parents to stop drinking. And you can’t force your partner to love you. You can’t make your kids get good grades. You can, however, control how you respond to those things. You can influence people with praise and boundaries and by making your expectations cle…
 
Having flown aloft to and sought the separated goodness we now return to earth and begin our consideration of human affairs. A great place to consider human affairs is the Color of Thought community over on Locals. Check it out at www.Colorofthought.locals.com for just 6.50 you can support the podcast, hang with fellow colorful thinkers and eat coo…
 
Ryan Bowdre is a pretty nice guy. An L.A. native and avid Super Smash Bros. player, Ryan started with Disney Interactive as a QA tester before joining the team at Blizzard as a test analyst. Though this time at Blizzard, and now true[X], Ryan was active in his faith but believed that you had to earn the right to speak into someone's life, something…
 
The dispute between Aristotle and Plato is much ado about nothing, at most Aristotle had a dispute with the platonists who ran the Academy after Plato's death. The distinctions being made here are a students, nay even a disciples respectly corrections of his master, not a rancorous argument between foes. For peace and love head on over to www.Color…
 
It’s been a while since we devoted a whole episode to one TV show. We’ve done it with a couple of the Marvel shows as well as stuff like Game… The post e177. Deconstructing the Chair appeared first on The VoxPopcast.על ידי Mav, Hannah Lee Rogers, Wayne Wise, Katya Gorecki, Natalie Sheppard-Baudean, Kathleen Newman
 
Dave Hollis is a New York Times best-selling author. He’s also the host of the Rise Together podcast, a keynote speaker, and a life and business coach. He has a new book coming out in October of 2021 called Built for Courage where he shares how he is rebuilding his life again after divorce. Some of the things Dave talks about on the show include th…
 
For many, facing the existential threat of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic has been a shared traumatic experience – a kind of collective trauma. What exactly is collective trauma, what are the different kinds, and what effects do they have on us? How can they impact our beliefs and narratives, and how do posttraumatic narratives and beliefs perpetuat…
 
Dr. Daniel Peters was born and raised in Southern California where he grew up with a large extended family. In this podcast interview, we learn how his family values and ideas of becoming a man influenced not only his own family later in life but also his academic journey leading to a career in psychology. Dr. Peters shares how his education and ex…
 
Hosting a podcast from a sailboat in the Florida Keys is fun, but it certainly poses a few challenges (like tropical storms). But we’ve met some incredible people. From authors and experts to celebrities and musicians, I’ve interviewed some amazing people who graciously shared their time, their stories, and their wisdom with our audience. To celebr…
 
I seem to recall a strange chorus once proclaiming, "If you wanna be my lover, you have to get with my friends." Though in proclaiming what they really, really want these sages seem to have been mistaken when they said, "Friendship never ends." For more flotsam from the 90's join us over on www.colorofthought.locals.com…
 
Instagram recently made an announcement that they were going to be shifting their social networking focus away from “photos”. This decision prompted a collective “WTF?” from the users who saw… The post e176. What Was Social Networking? appeared first on The VoxPopcast.על ידי Mav, Katya Gorecki, Monica Geraffo, Dane Halo
 
Brian Pilecki is a psychologist based in Portland, Oregon. He’s passionate about the potential for psychedelic substances to be used in a therapeutic environment — something that is likely to happen in Oregon soon. He has spent more than 20 years studying psychedelics such as psilocybin, MDMA, and ayahuasca and their potential role in mental health…
 
At Glo, we have an internal slack channel called “Member Love” where we post feedback from our members around the world. This is the second episode in a series on The Glo Podcast where we’ll be sharing a conversation with one of our Glo members. Today, Derik speaks with Kelly Alexander, a Glo member, certified yoga teacher, holistic health coach, a…
 
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of more than 85 scientific papers and 14 books. He is a leading researcher into anomalous phenomena and was named among the top 100 Global Thought Leaders for 2013. He studied biology and biochemistry at Cambridge University where he earned his Ph.D., followed by a fellowship at Harvard where he spent …
 
Dr. Adriana Popescu is a licensed clinical psychologist, an addiction and trauma specialist, and empowerment coach with over 25 years of experience in the mental health field. In this podcast interview, she reveals her personal and academic journey which helped her identify, and overcome, her own experiences with severe illness, hopelessness, and d…
 
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