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Laura McNally

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Laura McNally 2: Psychologist, Australian

Pulling The Trigger

Laura McNally is a registered psychologist, author, PhD, and professional shit-stirrer. Her commentary has been featured in the ABC, The Guardian, The Australian, The Ethics Centre, and more. You can find her on Instagram @actualpsychology Video Episode: https://youtu.be/wmMJ5gRXrHw—FOLLOW ME— WEBSTUFF: ■ https://www.markhughescomedy.com■ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/markhughescomedian■ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/markhughescomic/ $$$ Support - https://www.subscribestar.com/markhughescomic#netflix #woke #trauma

1hr 17mins

25 Sep 2020

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Laura McNally: Psychologist, Australian

Pulling The Trigger

Laura McNally is a registered psychologist, author, PhD, and professional shit-stirrer. Her commentary has been featured in the ABC, The Guardian, The Australian, The Ethics Centre, and more. You can find her on Instagram @actualpsychology Video Episode: https://youtu.be/jx_6kSzYA38—FOLLOW ME— —WEBSTUFF— ★ https://www.markhughescomedy.com■ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/markhughescomedian■ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/markhughescomic/ #BLM #woke #trauma

1hr 20mins

27 Jul 2020

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Dr. Laura McNally - Why Do Men Follow Instagram Models?

Mark Groves Podcast

One of the most popular videos I’ve ever recorded was ‘why do men follow Instagram models?’ So I wanted to dive deeper into a topic that is so complex and often controversial. This week I introduce my good friend Dr. Laura McNally who is a psychologist that has been writing on this topic for some years. We discuss the entire life cycle — how children are socialized and shaped by their environments, how this impacts young adults and their ideas about beauty and sex, how sexual arousal changes the way we think and how monitoring our body image shifts our cognitive function. Why is it that sex and porn addiction most often impact men, while body image and eating disorders almost exclusively impact women? It turns out this isn't a coincidence. Importantly, this is not a discussion that aims to tell anyone what they should or shouldn’t do with their Instagram or social media, it is an exploration of the research that will hopefully leave you feeling better informed about what works for you. You can find Laura’s work on Instagram @actualpsychology https://www.instagram.com/actualpsychology/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 48mins

27 Jul 2020

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MADE IN MORAY - E030 - LAURA McNALLY - PERSONAL TRAINER & HEALTH COACH

THE ACADEMY OF LANGUAGE THERAPY & LIFE COACHING

Breakdown of Essential Life and Business Skills: The Academy Provides Skype Consultations in: 1. Professional English Language Communication 2. Business Productivity and Profitability 3. Individual Lifestyle Development Strategy YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/user/gwhnsa?feature=mhee INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/graham.w.hendrey/ FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/graham.hendrey TWITTER: twitter.com/HendreyW LINKEDIN: www.linkedin.com/in/graham-william-hendrey FREE BOOKS: mailchi.mp/9f8ce916de23/i6c1qbao7x CONTACT: gwhnsa@gmail.com

42mins

27 Jun 2020

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S2 Episode 5 - How to use social media to transform your content, with Laura McNally, Head of Social at Auto Trader

Content Design Podcast

Social media can be a quick, cheap and effective testing ground to discover the different content that resonates with your target audience. People don’t hold back either, so the comments and reactions can be a useful gauge of how your audience feels about a subject and the language they use.We chat to Head of Social at Auto Trader, Laura McNally, about how social media can be an integral part of the overall user journey. She has some great tips on how to effectively use different social media platforms, including how to get ideas for what will perform well on site too.   

42mins

18 Mar 2019