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57 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
The Power Threat Meaning Framework
The Power Threat Meaning Framework offers a radical conceptual alternative to the diagnostic paradigm of mental health. We find out more when Matt Cartwright meets co-author Dr Lucy Johnstone.
57 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
The Talking Cure: the patient, the therapist and the space in between.
Dr Nina Cook in conversation with Prof Gillian Straker and Dr Jacqui Winship, authors of "The Talking Cure". Together they discuss harnessing the relational psychodynamic processes present during therapy.
42 minutes | May 14, 2021
The Psychology Registrar Round Table
Dr Lisa Chantler talks to 3 Clinical Psychology registrars about the first steps in their career. They discuss why they chose the Masters program, the endorsement process, their fears and expectations, and how to get the best out of supervision sessions.
43 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Dr Tracey Wade- Treating Eating Disorders (Ep.1 repeat)
Our first Episode this year was with Dr Tracey Wade who spoke on the latest research in treating eating disorders, with a special emphasis on Telehealth given the outbreak of COVID. At that stage, Clinically Thinking wasn't available on Apple or Spotify, so here it is again in case you missed it. Seasons greetings, and we'll be back in 2021
28 minutes | Nov 28, 2020
Chris Lee on Trauma - Part 2
Associate Professor Chris Lee works at the university of Western Australia and in private practice in Perth. He is also passionate about training other Clinical Psychs in the modes and techniques of treating trauma. This is second part of his discussion with Dr Lisa Chantler about dealing with trauma in day to day Clinical practice. www.facebook.com/clinicallythinking
26 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
Dr Chris Lee on Trauma Part 1
Associate Professor Chris Lee works at the university of Western Australia and in private practice in Perth. He is also passionate about training other Clinical Psychs in the modes and techniques of treating trauma. This is Part 1 of an in-depth discussion with Dr Lisa Chantler about dealing with trauma in day to day Clinical practice. https://www.facebook.com/clinicallythinking
55 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Prof Michael Gradisar- Sleep Disorders In Clinical Practice
Prof Michael Gradisar is a specialist in sleep disorders at Flinders University. On this episode of Clinically Thinking he describes the connections between sleep disorder, depression and anxiety, and encourages therapists to address sleep disorders early in treatment to bring rapid improvement to client's lives.
42 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
Scott Kellogg- The Four Dialogues Of Chair Work
Episode 3 Dr Scott Kellogg and Dr Lisa Chantler discuss Scott's discovery and use of the Four Dialogues that underpin modern Chairwork, and talk about the use of this powerful therapy in Clinical Practice. Connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/clinicallythinking/
33 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Dr Susan Simpson, Capitalising on the Strengths of Telehealth
Episode 2 Dr Susan Simpson is a Clinical Psychologist and Schema Therapist in Scotland. Susan has been using Telehealth for over 20 years and thinks that in some situations there are actually advantages to using Telehealth. She encourages Psychologists to work creatively and make the most of the medium. Connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/clinicallythinking/
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