Tuesday 26 April 2022

Get to Know - Rich and Joe

Season 4 Episode 22

Hi there and a very warm welcome to Season 4 Episode 22 of People Soup.

I’m delighted to share part one of my chat with Dr Richard Bennett and Dr Joe Oliver - both clinical psychologists - both legends in their field.  

They joined me on the show to talk about self- esteem at work - and I spent the first part of the conversation inviting them to share a bit more about themselves and their career trajectories - and I’m mighty glad I did. I’ve attended several trainings with the Bennett-Olivers and also some solo gigs from each of them AND I learned so much more about them in this conversation. Both of them were very open and their career trajectories have had some quite pivotal moments, where they explored interesting, career change opportunities. We also hear about their stance towards training delivery and of, course - their song choices.


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Radio Public

Loads more podcast platforms here.


Link to Joe and Rich's book and worksheets/ exercises:

Connect with Joe

Website for Contextual Consulting

Connect with Rich

Website for Think Psychology - w: thinkpsychology.co
Twitter: @thinkpsychol

Rich also co-delivers training with the wonderful Dr Dawn Johnson - called 'ACTivating Your Practice’ ACT training series and you can find out and sign up here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/think-psychology-ltd-30701681848

You can read about our Chisi Award for the People Soup Podcast, Ross and Big G here! 
This includes the Louise Gardner Award, which I am tremendously moved and proud to receive.

You can find the #365daysofcompassion community

Facebook – #365daysofcompassion group https://www.facebook.com/groups/385641661879755/


The main #365DaysOfCompassion account @365dayscompass

The book club account @365daysBookClub

Chris' personal account @chisi_98

WordPress Blogs

The #365DaysOfCompassion community blog https://365daysofcompassion.wordpress.com/

Breathe Underwater https://underwaterbreathes.wordpress.com/

Our intro was created by the enormously talented Alex Engelberg and our incidental music is from Andy Glen. 

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