Sunday, 20 December 2020

Dr Eric Goodman - Part 1

Season 3 Episode 38

Hi P-Soupers - this week it's part one of my chat with psychologist, author and anxiety specialist, Dr Eric Goodman.

You'll hear how Eric developed his career in psychology after his experience of an unfulfilling management role. He shares the evolution of his approach to his specialism – anxiety, OCD, persistent worry,  fears and phobias – which amongst other things combines cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, exposure therapy and compassion focussed therapy. We also have a fascinating chat about his use of virtual reality. The conversation leads us up to a glimpse of his book –- Your Anxiety Beast and You: A Compassionate Guide to Living in an Increasingly Anxious World – which we’ll delve into much more in part 2.


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Here's a link to Eric's website - Coastal Center for Anxiety Treatment.

Eric's first book is called - Social Courage: Coping and thriving with the reality of social anxiety - and you can find it here on Amazon.

His latest book - Your Anxiety Beast and You: A Compassionate Guide to Living in an Increasingly Anxious World - is here on Amazon.

You can follow Eric on Twitter here

If you're looking for the ACT 2021 Diary - you can order yours here. And if you want to here my reflect on how useful it's been to me in 2020, you can have a listen here.

The Psychologists Off the Clock Podcast is hosting an online virtual summit January 29th and 30th. The summit will offer wisdom from world-renowned experts in how to adapt and survive in our challenging times. 

My new intro music is from Alex Engelberg from Seattle - a very talented musician and you can find him on twitter here and here's his website.

Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Reflections on the ACBS UK&ROI Conference 2020

Season 3 Episode 37

it’s a special episode – with three mini interviews. Way back in November 2020, was the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science UK & ROI conference – a two day extravaganza of research, practice, insights and connection. Inspired by my pal Joe Oliver – I sponsored 4 students of organisational psychology to attend. In this episode you’ll hear from three of them – on their impressions of the conference, their standout moment and their own research interests. It was truly insightful to hear the variety and depth of their reflections. 

For those of you who haven’t come across the podcast before – we aim to nourish your mind to flourish at work, using evidence based behavioural science. And we’d love it if you’d support us by subscribing, reviewing and sharing.

For now – get a brew on and have a listen to Sangita Bhalla, Alexandra Lechner and one student who preferred not to be named on their perspectives of the conference. 
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