Catch up on news and discussions about psychology, psychotherapy, and mental health while you get on with other activities. Run, walk, drive, cook, listen and learn
Looking for more podcasts to add here so please let me know of any you enjoy
A website devoted to sleep science and helping people apply sleep science with clients, at home, in schools and in workplaces. The website is led by Professor Micheal Gradisar, a sleep expert based at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia. This link will take you to a set of podcasts, blogs and videos on a whole range of topics all about sleep. Why do we need it? Why does it go wrong? How can we improve it? It's a great site.
Disclaimer - Micheal and I have worked and published together.
Hosted by Tom, Adam and Jack, this podcast aims to challenge assumptions, behaviours, and approaches to learning disability and broader issues around disability in general. Recent episodes include conversations with the actor Sally Phillips, Professor Chris Hatton, and Baroness Tammi Gray
PSYCHOLOGISTS OFF THE CLOCK
Four psychologists from the USA who work from an ACT, Compassion Focused Therapy perspective discussing a wide range of topics. Over 150 episodes. Recent episodes include 'Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health' and ''Helping the Helpers'.
TWO SHRINKS POD
Two Australian psychologists explore psychological ideas and concepts. Sixty episodes so far and No 60 explores psychological themes in Star Wars. Other more conventional recent episodes include discussions about the impact of COVD-19 on mental health, surviving a bush fire, sports psychology - it's pretty diverse!
LETS TALK ABOUT CBT
Everything you ever wanted to know about CBT. Discussions between Lucy Maddox of the BABCP and a range of guests (including me!) covering current and topical areas. Recent interviews have been with Professor Mark Freeston, talking about intolerance of uncertainty, Dr Maria Loades, on the effects of social isolation in children and me, talking about how to do more that matters in lockdown,.
LIFE IN THE LABYRINTH
Two UK based trainee clinical psychologists, both of whom are parents, have just started this new podcast series. They'd like to build a community of trainees and psychologists who are parents so if this describes you why not listen in.
A weekly podcast from Pooky Knightsmith interviewing a range of interesting people. Most of the content is focused on children's well-being and schools but there are other discussion on wider topics including living with disability
THE TWO NORRIES
The Two Norries podcast is hosted by James Leonard and Timmy Long and is themed around addition, recovery, crime and justice. They talk honestly, openly and with great insight and humour. James and Jimmy are based in Cork City, Ireland but their experiences are relevant much more widely. Guest appearances from clinicians to cast a professional tone over the proceedings - but mostly it's James and Jimmy and doing their thing
APA JOURNALS DIALOGUE
The American Psychological Association. APA Journals Dialogue is an audio podcast series featuring interviews with early career psychologists published in the Journals program of the American Psychological Association. In each episode, authors describe their findings, methodologies, and implications for future work.
The podcast series is ideal or researchers, practitioners, and early career sciences.
SPEAKING OF PSYCHOLOGY
American Psychological Association. Speaking of Psychology is an audio podcast series highlighting recent and relevant psychological research. An eclectic range of topics including masculinity, white privilege, narcissism, boredom, teleworking, activism and protest. Aimed at the general public but likely to be of interest to professionals as well.
This link will take you to not one, but three, podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association. AJP Audio discusses recent papers in the American Journal of Psychiatry with their authors. Psychiatric Services takes a look at mental health services. Topics include community-based treatment programs, collaborative care, evidence-based treatment and service delivery. Psychiatry Unbound takes a broader look at a topic, e.g. dementia, black mental health, supervision.