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Psychologies Podcast Channel
30 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
How to Nurture Lasting Love: Dossier Special
Love can be one of life's pleasures - and its challenges! We explore how to receive, enjoy and nurture a romance that lasts.
32 minutes | Dec 21, 2021
How to have a Hopeful New Year: Dossier Special
The past two years may make it difficult to greet 2022 with much optimism, but shifting your mindset could turn the next 12 months into something to be hopeful about.
33 minutes | Nov 25, 2021
How to Make it a Christmas to Remember: Dossier Special
'It’s the most wonderful time of the year', or so they say. In fact, the festive season is dreaded by many – what with quarrelling families, never ending to-do lists and the pressure of an Insta-ready picture-perfect day. Perhaps you even enjoyed 2020’s lockdown Christmas. Listen to learn how to rewrite the festive season – the family time, the traditions, the working life.
28 minutes | Nov 19, 2021
How to Enjoy a Wonderful Winter: Dossier Special
31 minutes | Nov 5, 2021
How to Overcome Overwhelm: Dossier Special
Sometimes life gets too much. Feeling frazzled from time to time is natural, however, stress can accumulate, leaving us unable to complete relatively simple tasks. In this episode, we explain how you can create a calm mindset, tackle clutter and learn to say 'no'.
26 minutes | Nov 2, 2021
How to be Kind to Yourself: Dossier Special
Many of us offer a compassionate, listening ear when our loved ones are struggling, but use negative self-talk towards ourselves. In this episode, we explore how to be your own buddy, find an inner coach and incorporate mindfulness into your daily life.
28 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
How to Stop Comfort Eating: Psychologies Dossier Episode
Food is one of life's pleasures, but all too many of us overindulge when feeling stressed, anxious or isolated. In this episode, we explore how to take emotion out of our relationship with food, nourish ourselves without guilt and put the cutlery down when we've had enough.
19 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: How important is sleep?
We all sleep. But when we start to experience issues with getting rest how do we know when it is time to reach out for psychological support? In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Heather Darwall-Smith to find out how prevalent sleep issues are and how psychotherapy can help us find relief.
25 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Are we pressured to be happy?
The chase for happiness can turn into an unattainable goal, but can we break the cycle of questioning what makes us happy? In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Martin Weaver to find out how psychotherapy can help us have a better relationship with ourselves, leading our journey to happiness...
26 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Learn How to Speak Up with Confidence! Psychologies Dossier Episode
HAVE YOU EVER mulled over a conversation, wishing you’d said something that was important to you, or dared to disagree? Whether at home, work or socially, we’d all like to communicate authentically and effectively. And, in a world where having an online voice can be crucial to your career, knowing how to get your message across in a calm and lucid fashion is a must-have skill. In this special Dossier episode, we explore why speaking up is vital for our wellbeing and a fairer society. We look at the barriers that keep us silent and offers strategies to help us use our voice with confidence. Plus, don't miss the famous Psychologies Quiz by therapist at the end of the episode to identify what's stopping you from speaking up, and ways to overcome your personal blocks. Poet Seamus Heaney said: ‘Finding a voice means you can get your own feeling into your own words and that your words have the feel of you about them.’ This episode shows you how... Written by Anita Chaudhuri, narrated by Ali Roff Farrar.
28 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Is my body anxious?
The pandemic, global warming and the news cycle are among a few of the outside factors that trigger our anxieties. When we feel anxious, we can often feel physical symptoms before we realise the emotional impact. In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Lorna Evans to find how anxiety can get stuck in the body and how movement and breath can help us find relief.
27 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Can we all benefit from psychotherapy training?
As people we are forever evolving, opportunities to reflect and look inward can offer us the chance to develop a deep understanding of who we are. In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP member Andy Ryan to uncover how psychotherapeutic training can help anyone seeking to gain deeper insight into themselves and the world around them.
21 minutes | May 10, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Navigating the cycle of emotions
Sometimes things happen that turn our life upside down, whether it is a bereavement or job loss, a big life event can trigger a cycle of emotions that feel crushing. In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Alivia Rose to find out how we can navigate overwhelming feelings in the wake of life-changing events.
27 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: The power of consent
The need to clearly define consent has come to the forefront of conversations around sexual activity. But how can we tackle the awkwardness around the subject and have more meaningful discussions about it? In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Silva Neves explore sexual consent and why more education is crucial.
22 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Finding healing after oppression
Can you identify signs of oppression? At first many are unaware that it is happening to them. But ongoing global events are shining a light on the oppression that still exists in today’s society. In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Eugene Ellis to find out how oppression impacts our psychological wellbeing, sometimes without us even realising.
24 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Are you using sex to soothe?
Addictive behaviours can come in many forms. In this episode, Professor Sarah Niblock, CEO of the UK Council for Psychotherapy and psychotherapist Paula Hall explore the affects of sex and porn addiction…
24 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: How is your relationship power dynamic?
Is there a struggle for power in your relationship? In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Nicholas Rose about power dynamics in relationships, how the develop and what routes you can take to unpick them to find more balance.
30 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: What does home mean to you?
Our view of home stems from our culture and lived experience and our idea of it is very much central to who we are. In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock sits down with UKCP psychotherapist Dr Hannah Sherbersky to unpick how our notions of home shape us.
30 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Why is a sport injury affecting my mental health?
When we are injured, the physical implications can affect our daily life, and this can take an emotional toll on us. In this episode, UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock talks to UKCP psychotherapist Gary Bloom about sports injuries and mental health to find out how much they can affect us.
30 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: How Dreams Can Contribute to Wellbeing
Why do we dream? Our dreams hold deeper meaning, which can bring useful insights to our conscious mind. In this podcast UKCP’s Chief Executive talks to UKCP psychotherapist and author of The Hidden Lives of Dreams, Melinda Powell, to find out how we can better understand our dreams. Melinda is also a co-founder of the Dream Research Institutes. If you are interested in finding out more about dreams, then you can visit their website.
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