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William Pullen

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Run for your Life - Episode 103 - William Pullen

weMove Podcast

Hey there, welcome to the weMove podcast.From day one we believed and still do that movement is perhaps the most important tool for self-discovery and becoming a better version of ourselves.Whilst this idea is very easily commercialised and the meaning lost in favour of the latest colour of t-shirt. The importance of movement has never gone away.When you move, you see the world in a different way. When you see the world in a different way, positive internal changes begin to happen. Problems that you had no longer seem to be front and center of your mind, and solutions that you needed somehow appear.Now when you combine movement with an active pursuit to work through an issue or problem to make sense of it, that can feel like quite a powerful combination.And that is where we pick up this week's podcast with a chap called William Pullen, a psychotherapist and author who specialises in depression, anxiety, self-confidence and “boarding school syndrome” who uses running as the vehicle for working through blocks, and barriers in life.We pick up on a few points of interest. The often used word ‘resilience’.How you work through trauma, or the memory of things that have happened to you in the past.And we talk about place that we both went to from young ages which was boarding school and how it can be it can be an unknowing experience of neglect. So whilst this would seem to be a running therapy episode, it highlights a few common themes in our conversationsThere's a whole bunch of stuff that we didn't know that happened to us growing up, that we compartmentalize and forget about which can and often does rear its ugly head. As we go through life, affecting not only our lives but also the decisions we make on a day to day basis, and the relationships we have with others,It highlights the importance of talking about our experiences. Not to get sympathy, but to develop our ability to lead and live a more prosperous life without being affected by negative memories. And that movement and in this case running is quite possibly the best medium to do this with.And we also touch on the importance of not just talking about the importance of mental health, or that we are suffering from poor mental health. But to foster and encourage an environment of proactively doing something about improving and  strengthening our mental fitness. So that we can move on and live.So we touch on a few things in this short episode that may well offer a route or path for someone who has something that they are struggling to find a way to resolve.Also of note is that William is the author of ‘Running with mindfulness’, or ‘Run for your life’ in America. And you can find out more about William on his website. www.williampullenpsychotherapist.com on Twitter @pullentherapy.

58mins

22 Apr 2021

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Running from Dynamic Running Therapy: Interview with William Pullen, Author and Founder

Resiliency in Running

I was so thrilled to have William on the podcast today! If you're interested in psychotherapy and how it can connect with running, this is the episode for you! Remember to prioritise your mental health and always reach out for help if needed, therapy is something we could all greatly benefit from!Learn more about William!App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/drt/id1453059256Twitter: https://twitter.com/pullentherapy?lang=enBook: https://www.penguin.co.uk/authors/126974/william-pullen.htmlInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dynamicrunningtherapy/------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Questions? Comments? Shoot me a message! Podcast IG: @resiliencyinrunning Personal IG: @liznewcomer www.resiliencyinrunning.com Please consider donating to Boston Children's and supporting my fundraising efforts in the London 2021 Marathon: http://fundraise.childrenshospital.org/goto/resiliencyinrunning gf.me/u/zhicdr--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/resiliencyinrunning/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/resiliencyinrunning/support

35mins

21 Mar 2021

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034: Let’s Run With William Pullen (@dynamicrunningtherapy)

The Running Grind

For today’s episode, we’re hopping across the Atlantic ocean and heading to the UK to chat with William  Pullen aka Dynamicrunningtherapy on IG. He’s a psychotherapist, author, TEDx speaker and creator of Dynamic Running Therapy, which I’ll let him explain throughout the episode. He’s someone who is a runner himself but has used running in his own practice to change the setting of his sessions with clients he’s seen positive results with it. It was a great chat and you’ll definitely enjoy@dynamicrunningtherapy

41mins

4 Mar 2021

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The Running Psychotherapist - William Pullen

Trail Tales ARP

Running, because it's cheaper than therapy. If you've ever said that before, you will want to listen to this show. Author of Running with Mindfulness and creator of the Dynamic Running Therapy app, William Pullen joins us from London, England to discuss how the concept of healthy movement can help us learn to cope with life's stressors and sometimes seemingly overwhelming thoughts and emotions. Follow William on Instagram @dynamicrunningtherapy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trailtalesarp/message

42mins

19 Feb 2021

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Perfect Flow #26: Empathy Runs with William Pullen

Perfect Flow

In this episode of the Perfect Flow podcast I talk with therapist William Pullen about existential psychotherapy for mental health and his concept of empathy runs, where the therapy takes place outdoors and involves movement. William has a depth of knowledge and experience about the theory behind psychotherapy and practical experience from years working with clients.

58mins

11 Feb 2021

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The Bevan James Eyles Show, Episode 196 - Psychotherapist William Pullen

The Bevan James Eyles Show - The Fitness Behaviour Podcast

On this episode I have an interview with Psychotherapist William Pullen. William has developed Dynamic Running Therapy, this is where he has therapy sessions while walking/running with his clients. William talks about how movement is a powerful medicine. You can find William’s work here: www.williampullenpsychotherapist.com

52mins

1 Nov 2020

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Mind-body connection: William Pullen- running therapy

Mind-body Connection with Dr Phil Parker

Dr Phil Parker talks with William Pullen, the founder of Dynamic Running Therapy about the mind and body connection. Willliam is a therapist and a runner and has a unique take on what can happen when we combine these ideas from what can seem at first to be very different disciplines.We also discuss how we can apply what we've learnt from studying the mind-body connection to make people's lives and the planet a better place...Fascinating stuff...

29 Oct 2020

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Running For Therapy With William Pullen

The Everymind Podcast

This week founder Paul speaks to William Pullen of Dynamic Running Therapy. William explains how running can be the secret to improving our mental health. This is a great insight into the amazing work that Everymind does. To see how we can help your business, and provide mental health support for your employees visit: www.everymindatwork.comWe spoke about:*What is a running therapist? *Small wins.*How side by side is easier than face to face. *How can running therapy be used in the workplace. *How to invite someone for a run. *Should you track you’re running? *Tips to be more mindful when running. *Common ages that are dangerous for Men.Book Recommendations -John Le Carre - https://tinyurl.com/y4uqarx7Lost Connections - https://tinyurl.com/y6g9o8qfDRT - http://dynamicrunningtherapy.co.uk/William’s Book - https://tinyurl.com/y6qsnhcoPlus much more.Sit back, grab yourself a coffee and enjoy this episode.To see how we can help your business, and provide mental health support for your employees visit: www.everymindatwork.comFollow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/everymindatworkConnect with us on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/everymindatworkLike us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/everymindatworkSay hi on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/everymindatwork See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

39mins

29 Sep 2020

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Dynamic Running Therapy with William Pullen

Talk Healthy Today

On this episode we delve into the topic of Dynamic Running Therapy with William Pullen the author of "Running with Mindfulness: Dynamic Running Therapy (DRT) to Improve Low-mood, Anxiety, Stress, and Depression". So listen and learn today about how getting moving even if its just walking or a light jog can improve your mood today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36mins

10 Dec 2019

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Clearing A Path To Where You Want To Be with psychotherapist William Pullen

TBalance Podcast with Tori Boughey

William Pullen is a qualified psychotherapist, and today he’s here to tell us all about his theory: DRT (Dynamic Running Therapy). ⁣⁣⁣ By combining movement with talking therapy, DRT addresses the different elements of the human “operating system”, capitalising on the synergy found in the mind, body and spirit. We have found that when people make progress in one of these areas it is often also experienced in another. DRT capitalises on this complimentary system to facilitate a sense of momentum and growth.⁣⁣⁣ William believes that change comes about by clearing a path to where we want to be, not forcing our way through to it.⁣⁣⁣ In this episode prepare to learn how to walking or running with a thought helps to drastically break down ones blockages. We discuss what an empathy walk is and how this can immensely create intimacy in your relationships.⁣⁣ Download the DRT app here ⁣Check out William’s website here ⁣⁣Find William on instagram here 

41mins

15 Nov 2019

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