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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jodie Lowinger. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jodie Lowinger, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jodie Lowinger. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jodie Lowinger, often where they are interviewed.

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COVID-19: Dr Jodie Lowinger - Dealing with Anxiety

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In this episode Dr Jodie Lowinger, CEO and Founder of the Sydney Anxiety clinic talks us though managing anxiety, fear and stress during this challenging time.
Dr Lowinger has worked with leaders from all over the world as a mind performance coach and specialises in helping her clients get past their anxiety through action.
Dr Jodie LowingerDClin Psych MSc (USYD) BSc Psych Hons 1 (University Medal) UNSW
Apr 06 2020 · 39mins
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Interview with Dr Jodie Lowinger - Clinical and Corporate Psychologist

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When we think of health, we tend to focus on the physical, but mental health is such a major piece of the health puzzle. When we hurt our muscles we might see a physiotherapist, when we feel unwell we might see a doctor, and when we have a toothache we go and see a dentist, but when we are anxious, down, depressed or worried, so many see admitting to mental trouble and seeking help as a sign of weakness. That’s why, for this episode I’m really excited to be chatting to the inspirational psychologist, Dr Jodie Lowinger. Jodie has worked as a Clinical and Corporate Psychologist for more than 20 years. Jodie holds a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science from the University of Sydney, and was awarded the University Medal for Psychology. Jodie combines a compassionate and engaging personal style with a pragmatic, solutions-oriented approach.

Jodie developed her skills in anxiety treatment, through her work at the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at St Vincent’s Hospital, the Boston Children’s Hospital, Sutherland Hospital and The Child Behaviour Research Clinic in Randwick. Jodie is also an experienced leadership and executive coach, having worked for and with organisations including Macquarie Bank and PWC.

In this episode, we discuss mental health, anxiety, and depression. As well as the toolkit of evidence-based practice to help. This can include things like harnessing worry, getting out in nature and focusing on something as simple as exercise. We also talk about the challenges we all face, but particularly young minds, from technology. This affects us all and we talk about some strategies for dealing with it.

Sep 17 2018 · 53mins

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68: The Politics of Anxiety – Dr. Jodie Lowinger

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We are examining The Politics of Anxiety, a topic many of us can relate to. I am with Dr Jodie Lowinger, a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and University Medallist, with decades of experience management consulting, executive coaching and business. She helps others optimize performance, resilience, mental health, and a winning mindset.  As the CEO and Founder of Mind Strength, Jodie empowers leaders and teams with expert strategies and also combatting performance blocking behaviors.

Jodie is also the Founder of the Sydney Anxiety Clinic, a leading anxiety treatment clinic for adults, children and teens. She also advises on mental health and resilience in schools and frequently presents on cyber safety, managing bullying, reducing anxiety, boosting resilience and building a growth mindset. 

As well as a speaker popular media commentator, Jodie is also the Ambassador for Street Work, a national charity to mentor troubled teens and turn young lives around.

In this episode you will learn:

  1. What is anxiety and how do most people get diagnosed with it?
  2. What are the most common ways to treat or manage anxiety and how has that evolved over time?
  3. Are Australians more anxious than in previous generations or are we better as diagnosing it?
  4. How can workplaces help their staff and leaders in this somewhat taboo area that remains so key in achieving workplace health and safety?
  5. Last advice: What top three tips to get ahead when it comes to The Politics of Anxiety.

To connect with Jodie:

Amplify your ideas and get a bit political with me! To be a future podcast guest or connect with me, I can be found at: Amber@bespokecomms.com.au

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Aug 21 2018 · 27mins
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E006 Dr. Jodie Lowinger, Psychologist/Founder of Mind Strength, with Vince Frost

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Dr Jodie Lowinger is a clinical and corporate psychologist, business coach and speaker on topics of mental strength and anxiety. She helps everyone from CEOs to adolescents and children reduce anxiety while building resilience. For large organisations, this means developing mental strength, agility and resilience to enable peak performance in leaders and teams.

In this episode you’ll discover how a personal tragedy helped steer her path to working one on one with people, the unique way creative people face anxiety, and why she thinks a major issue we all have to deal with is, “we’re wired to be anxious, and longing to survive”.

Stay tuned for Episode 007 featuring the unparalleled adman with a career spanning over 30 years, David Nobay.

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Jul 24 2018 · 28mins

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025 Dr. Jodie Lowinger – Mental Health and the Toolkit to Help - Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich

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Psychologist Dr. Jodie Lowinger joins me to talk about mental health, anxiety, and depression. As well as the toolkit of evidence-based practice to help. This can include things like harnessing worry, getting out in nature and focusing on something as simple as sleep. We also talk about the challenges we all face, but particularly young minds, from technology. This affects us all and we talk about some strategies for dealing with it.
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Dr. Ron Ehrlich:                   Hello and welcome to Unstress, I'm Dr. Ron Ehrlich. Mental health is a big issue. According to a recent report, 45% or 7.3 million Australians, aged between 16 and 85 reported that they have met the criteria for mental illness at some point in their lives. With one in five or 3.2 million reporting, they had experienced some symptoms in the last 12 months. The financial cost of mental illness has recently been estimated to be anywhere between $40 billion per year. Now, that's taking into account loss of productivity and labor force participation and a massive $155 billion per year. Now, that last figure takes into account a much more complex model of collective well-being from a social, political, and economic perspective. Whichever way the financial cost is calculated, it's a huge individual community and social problem with the human costs, dwarfing all those financial considerations. And worryingly, it's affecting people at a younger and younger age.

My guest today is Dr. Jodie Lowinger. Jodie has worked as a clinical and corporate psychologist for more than 20 years. She holds a doctor of clinical psychology and a master of science from the University of Sydney and was awarded the university medal for psychology. Now, as you will hear, Jodie is passionate and she combines a compassionate and engaging personal style with a very pragmatic solution orientated approach.

Jodie developed her skills in anxiety treatment through her work at the Anxiety Disorders Clinic, at St. Vincent's Hospital, the Boston Children's Hospital, Sutherland Hospital, and the Child Behavior Research Clinic in Randwick. No, as that's not enough, she's also an experienced leadership and executive coach having worked for and with organisations including the Quarry Bank and PWC, PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

We cover some pretty disturbing issues around anxiety and depression that are affecting a lot of people at an ever younger age. We also talk about what I think we all need to be talking a lot more about and that is the challenge of technology and how that is affecting the people most close to us, particularly the young and vulnerable. Not just them personally, but our relationship with them and with each other. I think Jodie is fabulous. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Dr. Jodie Lowinger. Welcome to the show Jodie.

Dr. Jodie Lowinger:          Hi Ron, lovely to be here.

Dr. Ron Ehrlich:                   Jodie, you are very focused in your clinic on anxiety. I just wanted to know how do we define anxiety?

Dr. Jodie Lowinger:          Anxiety, Ron is really part of being human. It's part of the core fight or flight mechanism that we have in our brain and it's really our primitive reaction to threat in our environment. So we have said a worry thought and our body responds, our brain response to that worry thought and it sends a message to another part of our brain called the amygdala, which triggers a physiological reaction, the fight or flight reaction, which is really there as a wonderful survival mechanism to protect us in the case of a real threat.

Now, the challenge in the contemporary society that we live in is that we still have this primitive brain. It's evolved but not quite that much to deal with the complexity of the world that we live in. And so our brain responds to a perception of threat as if it was a real threat. And so the anxiety reaction, the fight or flight reaction,
Apr 01 2018 · 58mins