Rank #1: Beauty
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Rank #2: Let's Talk About Death
Mar 27 2019
Rank #3: Art Therapy and Incarceration
Mar 27 2019
Rank #4: Daddy Don't Go
May 20 2019
Rank #5: Independence
Jul 03 2019
Famous psychotherapist Armand DiMele examines human behavior, depression, human sexuality, psychiatric medications and more!
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The science of the good life, huh? Sorry this is not about booze, sex and rock n'roll (or whatever is en vogue right now). In fact we talk about a lot of things that tree huggers would love: appreciation of beauty, gratitude, positive emotions, relationships and well, love. However we, that is positive psychologists and positive psychology practitioners buried ourselves in books, set out to experiment and then write it all up in a writing style that is about as exciting to read as watching an avocado turn brown. And that's the problem: if you are not an academic you probably want a little bit more excitement, than pages and pages of densely written journals can provide. Even if you are an academic, who has time to read all the interesting stuff out there anyways? So in an effort to save your eyes taking on a comically rectangular shape the positive psychology podcast brings the science of the good life to your earbuds. It's not all treehugger style though; sometimes we might get quite serious, for example when exploring things like post-traumatic growth or positive parenting. Subscribe if you want to benefit from the scientific insights into happiness and meaning while you are on the go. Let me know where you are while you are listening to this. If you like it review it, because that's the only way other people can find it too.
Rank #1: 091 - What you Want, What you Say & What you Signal - The Positive Psychology Podcast.
At work, as parents and in our relationships we say that we want one thing but then we behave to encourage something completely different. If our words and behaviours do not line up we will experience a lot of unnecessary conflict. Check out what kind of incentives make people tick. To get your Happiness Habit Apps Guide check check out http://strengthsphoenix.com and click on GET SOME.
Rank #2: 100 - 7 Fundamentals - The Positive Psychology Podcast.
Certain ideas keep coming up again and again, no matter what topic we cover in the podcast. These seven concepts let you take a step back and focus on the meta ideas which help you leverage whatever kind of personal growth you are aspiring to. If you have tried a few times to change your thoughts, but have lacked the structure and recurring practice to do it, check out Brainwash.
A positive mind is not an accident. It's something you do on purpose. You can make your life as positive as you want. All you need to do is put positive things into your mind.
Rank #1: Guilt - Hazardous Substance - Handle With Care.
What to do when guilt tries to take over your mind.
Rank #2: How To Create A Positive Brain Part I.
You are responsible for the chemistry of your brain. When you choose your thoughts, you choose your brain chemistry. When you change your thoughts, you change your brain chemistry.
The Joy Factor is a podcast for anyone with a desire to create more joy in their lives. Therapist, life coach and yoga teacher, Julie Hanson interviews experts in the field of mental health and wellness along with everyday people who’ve got their own take on how to be on the hunt for joy even in the midst of struggle. She’s on a quest to connect her listeners with the tools, tips and inspiration to claim their right to joy!
Rank #1: Be the Source of Your Own Transformation.
Hello and welcome to episode #16 of the JOY Factor Podcast. It’s good to be here with you today and I think you’re going to enjoy this episode- especially if you’re a guy looking for a solid relationship or even just a good date. My guest is Jeffrey Platts-he’s a men's coach and authentic communication expert who is passionate about helping men create amazing relationships with women. With over 20 years of personal study and transformational training, he has led nearly 200 workshops and retreats on personal growth, dating, and communication. Jeffrey's work and writing has been featured in the Huffington Post, Washington Post, ABC News, Authentic Man Program and the Good Men Project. He brings a rich toolbox of insights and experiences to his facilitation, integrating his adventures as DJ, amateur stand-up comedian, salsa dancer, yoga teacher and world traveler. Find out more at http://www.jeffreyplatts.com. More from Jeffrey: http://www.jeffreyplatts.com http://facebook.com/jeffreyplatts http://instagram.com/jeffreyplatts http://huffingtonpost.com/jeffrey-platts "Whatever you think the world is withholding from you, you are withholding from the world." - Eckhart Tolle
Rank #2: You're the One You've Been Waiting For..
Overview The practice of yoga can change your life. Today's guess offers up a beautiful perspective on how each of us can connect with a practice is uniquely our own. She also invites us to remember that we're the ones we've been waiting for. Be your own guru :). Amy Day is a longtime yogi, writer, herbalist, mama & lover of all things creative. She believes in crafting practices & communities which supports us inside this Life right now. In creating rituals and relationships that liberate, activate & sustain us. She works with groups and individuals that are hungry for transformation. The type that shows up not just on the cellular or soul level - but that ripples into the world beyond. Through her work as a teacher, podcaster, healer, storyteller, et. al. she hopes to inspire us all to use the mighty tools we all possess - to craft the type of world we wish to inhabit. One faltering & bless-ed step at a time. What We’ll Learn Why is community building so important? The deep understanding that we hold the medicine for our own healing. How can we begin to answer to call to bring what can heal to those who need it the most? What it takes to be a force for good. What does resilience have to do with joy? How can we begin our own resilience practice? Why is “calling it” in so important? How to make your yoga practice yours. Resources http://www.theworkofthesehands.com/ https://www.mendpodcast.com We'd like to learn more about who is listening- please fill out a 1 minute survey right here: https://survey.libsyn.com/thejoyfactorpodcast
Twice monthly, psychologist and therapist Jared DeFife, Ph.D. presents insightful interviews and stories about psychology, culture, and relationships from amazing experts with great stories to tell and meaningful wisdom to share. The School of Psych podcast is less about giving "5 simple tips for a great marriage" and more about people sharing deep and heartfelt stories like "what I learned about the psychology of fear from dangling off the ledge of 1,000 ft tall building" or "how I went from a reluctant bride to counseling couples as New York's 'Wedding Doctor'", and "how my journey to learn about unrequited love and romantic obsession began after becoming obsessed with someone who didn't love me back". Along the way, we'll learn about love, life, loss, fear, anger, joy, creativity, and happiness. Authors, sociologists, psychologists, journalists, therapists, artists, and more will be asked to dig deep into their own personal passions, triumphs, heartbreaks, failures, and eureka moments to help us learn more about who we are, what we think, and how we relate. Show notes and more can be found over at http://www.schoolofpsych.com
Rank #1: SoP 2 | Why we love being scared: Psychology and the science of fear w/ Margee Kerr, PhD.
For Margee Kerr, PhD, dangling from the ledge of a 1,000 ft. tall tower with nothing but a harness, a carabiner, and an odd set of safety instructions is just another day in the life. Whether it’s hanging out in haunted prisons, trekking the globe to find the world’s tallest and fastest rollercoasters, or contemplating life and death in Japan’s Suicide Forest, Margee investigates the effects of fear on our minds, bodies, and brains. Find out why one Washington Post reporter called Margee’s book Scream: Chilling Adventures in the Science of Fear “the creepiest book I read this year”.Margee isn’t content just studying the science and psychology of fear, she wants to experience it herself. And on today’s episode, she shares some of her adventures and experiences and what she learned along the way about what scares us and why.Listen to find out about:-How roller coasters, thrill rides, and haunted houses create effective physical thrills and jolts by shaking up your body and your brain.-What makes a place "haunted" and why are old prisons, hospitals, and institutions so creepy?-Is infrasound giving you the chills without you knowing about it?-Can a thrilling experience help us overcome worry and anxious rumination?-What’s the scariest experience of them all?Find out on today’s episode of the School of Psych! For more frightfully good times, subscribe to the podcast and check us out over at SchoolofPsych.com
Rank #2: SoP 7 | BDSM, Spanking, and Shakespeare w/ Jillian Keenan.
Jillian Keenan is obsessed with Shakespeare…and spanking. Her new book Sex with Shakespeare is a deeply intelligent, exciting, and moving memoir about her own search for love and sexual identity as well as a provocative re-examination of sexuality throughout the Shakespeare canon. Jillian is a freelance journalist based in New York. As a foreign correspondent, she’s reported from Somalia, Niger, Khazakstan, Burundi, Bosnia, and more. Her reporting has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Slate, The Atlantic, Scientific American and many other top media outlets. On today’s episode, Jillian shares her experiences and struggles with growing up kinky, how a classic children’s book became her surprising first ‘startle’, her love of language, and her passionate plea to the mental health community to understand the number one most damaging thing they’ve gotten wrong about kink and spanking all along. As always, you can find us by heading over to SchoolofPsych.com and be sure to follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/schoolofpsych) and Twitter (@schoolofpsych). Jillian's website: jilliannyc.comSex with Shakespeare
What to say when you talk to your mind, and what to say when your mind talks to you.
Rank #1: Ultimate Reality Check.
Prayer is my ultimate reality check. I can fool some of the people some of the time, I can fool myself some of the time, but I cannot fool God.
Rank #2: Positive Action.
Positive action is the only appropriate response to a negative thought
Dr. Rob Burriss reveals the science behind attraction, sexuality, and beauty.
Rank #1: Do high heels really enhance a woman’s sex appeal? Nov 2014.
"I’ll have what she’s having": why younger women are more prone to pursuing the partners of their peers. We also find out whether high heels really do put you one step ahead of the competition, and why women who engage in anal sex engage in anal sex. I mean seriously, why??Download the MP3Rate me! Rate, review, or listen in iTunes or in Stitcher. Do high heels or flats make a woman more attractive? Nicolas Gueguen took to the streets of France to find out. Jake Guild/FlickrThe articles covered in the show:Little, A. C., Caldwell, C. A., Jones, B. C., & DeBruine, L. M. (in press). Observer age and the social transmission of attractiveness in humans: Younger women are more influenced by the choices of popular others than older women. British Journal of Psychology. Read summaryGuéguen, N. (in press). High heels increase women’s attractiveness. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Read summaryReynolds, G. L., Fisher, D. G., & Rogala, B. (in press). Why women engage in anal intercourse: Results from a qualitative study. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Read summary
Rank #2: Smiling and beauty. July 2013.
Why we prefer our partners to be more like us, and why we want to be more like our rivals. Also, new research on emotional expression and beauty that gives us all something to smile about.Download the MP3Rate me! Rate, review, or listen in iTunes or in Stitcher. New research shows that smiling makes you more attractive than a grumpy beauty. So turn that frown upside down! Johnny Silvercloud/FlickrThe articles covered in the show:Laeng, B., Vermeer, O., & Sulutvedt, U. (2013). Is beauty in the face of the beholder? PLoS One, 8(7), e68395. Read summarySlotter, E. B., Lucas, G. M., Jakubiak, B., & Lasslett, H. (in press). Changing me to keep you: State jealousy promotes perceiving similarity between the self and a romantic rival. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Read summaryGolle, J., Mast, F. W., & Lobmaier, J. S. (in press). Something to smile about: The interrelationship between attractiveness and emotional expression. Cognition & Emotion. Read summary
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Rank #1: 003: Failure and The Way To Success.
Last week I spoke about the Art of Repurposing and a new perspective from the Icarus Myth I learned from one of my favorite authors: Seth Godin. During that episode I said: If we want to succeed, we may fail many times. Now, I want to correct myself: If we want to succeed, we must fail many times. We must build […] The post 003: Failure and The Way To Success appeared first on Ana Melikian, PhD.
Rank #2: 004: Growth Mindset – Yes, We Can Learn It.
The secret of success for self-employed professionals is developing a growth mindset. What does that mean? Let me define the opposite – fixed mindset. In a fixed mindset, we believe our basic qualities, such as intelligence or talents are set. We believe that we were born with certain talents that determine who we are and what we can achieve in our lives. In a growth […] The post 004: Growth Mindset – Yes, We Can Learn It appeared first on Ana Melikian, PhD.
Lectures for PSY 239 at Portland Community College, given by Dana C. Leighton
Rank #1: Episode 5 - Mood Disorders Part 1.
Mood Disorders introduction; symptoms; etiology of depression and bipolar disorder.
Rank #2: Episode 7 - Anxiety Disorders.
Covers anxiety disorders: generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Psychology enthusiasts from around the world meet up monthly for a lively skype conversation about an important psych book. Emphasis on how these ideas are relevant in our own lives.
Rank #1: Love's Executioner by Irvin Yalom.
This episode is a discussion about the book Love's Executioner: & Other Tales of Psychotherapy by Irvin D. Yalom. Here is a summary of the book from the publisher: The collection of ten absorbing tales by master psychotherapist Irvin D. Yalom uncovers the mysteries, frustrations, pathos, and humor at the heart of the therapeutic encounter. In recounting his patients' dilemmas, Yalom not only gives us a rare and enthralling glimpse into their personal desires and motivations but also tells us his own story as he struggles to reconcile his all-too human responses with his sensibility as a psychiatrist. Podcast Episode
Rank #2: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell.
This episode is a discussion about Malcolm Gladwell's bestselling book Outliers: The Story of Success. Here is a summary of the book: Why do some people achieve so much more than others? Can they lie so far out of the ordinary? In his provocative and inspiring book, Malcolm Gladwell looks at everyone from rock stars to professional athletes, software billionaires to scientific geniuses, to show that the story of success is far more surprising, and more fascinating, than we could ever have imagined. He reveals that it's as much about where we're from and what we do, as who we are - and that no one, not even a genius, ever makes it alone. Outliers will change the way you think about your own life story, and about what makes us all unique. Like Blink, this is a landmark work that will simultaneously delight and illuminate. Podcast Episode
Gratitude is the one thing that helped me most in my life from all the personal development and spiritual practices that I did and that’s why I want to inspire 100.000 people to discover how to feel grateful more often and live a happy life."It's not happiness that makes us grateful; it's gratefulness that makes us happy." - David Steindl-RastI do this by interviewing successful people and getting them to share fascinating stories about how gratitude has helped them get to where they are now.
Rank #1: Feeding Our Positive Emotions - Eric Zimmer.
Eric Zimmer is a dad, serial entrepreneur, podcast host, behavior coach and author. He's endlessly inspired by the quest for a greater understanding of how our minds work and how to intentionally create the lives we want to live.At the age of 24, he was homeless, addicted to heroin and facing long jail sentences. In the years since he's found a way to recover from addiction and build a life worth living.He’s currently host of the award-winning podcast The One You Feed with more than 15 mil downloads, which is based on an old parable about two wolves at battle within us. We had an amazing conversation that I'm happy to release in the ThanksGiving period.
Rank #2: 5 Ways To Release Negative Emotions.
And how to ensure you're enjoying more positive emotions, more of the time. Some of them are funny, you might raise your eyebrow when you hear them, but they work, just give them a try. :) If you want more info about essential oils or how you can join the Gratitude Team, send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org To see the Dew Drop Diffuser in action, see my Instagram: http://instagram.com/thegratitudepodcast/ PS: forgot to mention that Dew Drop turns off by itself and it diffuses for 4 hours, so just relaxation with no headaches, you can sleep without having to worry about it (same goes for your kids' room) Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/the-gratitude-podcast/support
This podcast is about mindfulness. It is about being in the moment. It is about paying attention. It is about nonjudgmental attitude. It is about awareness. It is about making wiser decisions. I am talking about lessons I've learned on my Martial Arts and Yoga journey, and what I've learned practicing meditation. My episodes are inspired by lessons I got from World's greatest success and leadership teachers.
Rank #1: 710 - Attachments: Sure Way To Make Our Life Really Unbearable.
Changing direction or strategy is not quitting. There’s a difference between falling back on default program of actions and failing forward, meaning simply redirecting actions deliberately.
Rank #2: 493 - Negative Thoughts: The Most Important Success Technique To Learn.
Today I will talk about another very important rule the coach reminded us this past weekend. Let me tell you first, this rule is not new. I kind of learned it many years ago when I was studying Autogenic Training. There were certain sets of statements...
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Rank #1: 083: Tricking Your Brain – Kelly Higdon.
[coolcastplayer id="46"] Kelly Higdon is a private practitioner mental health coach. She helps her clients unlock past pains and hurts and uncover their true potential and purpose through a discovery process. Kelly also works with other mental health professionals by helping them with their practice through the platform she created with her business partner, ZynnyMe. Kelly is here to share some powerful stories of crossroads in her own life and how she got to where she is today. The post 083: Tricking Your Brain – Kelly Higdon appeared first on The Positivity Effect.
Rank #2: 097: Gratitude And Moving Beyond Fear – Monica Bennett.
[coolcastplayer id="28"] Monica Bennett is an empowerment coach, teaching the laws of nature to live in joy and harmony with yourself, the community and the world. Monica is available for hire to give mind-set training talks and workshops for corporations, groups and businesses. She also has a doctorate degree in Naturopathy, is a certified reflexologist, certified Nia dancer and a certified biodynamic gardener. She has developed a body spray named Hygiea to balance your chakras and she can read energy vibrations. She has traveled the world exploring energy and nature. She has just written a book entitled How May I Serve, (Memoirs of a Spiritual Waitress). The post 097: Gratitude And Moving Beyond Fear – Monica Bennett appeared first on The Positivity Effect.
This podcast provides in-depth explorations of human psychology and transformative insights related to the Myers-Briggs and Jungian personality types.
Rank #1: Episode 5: The 3 Ways of Determining Your Personality Type.
In this podcast we discuss the three commonly employed methods for honing in on your specific personality type. We explore the strengths and weaknesses of each method and how to avoid the common pitfalls with each method.
Rank #2: Episode 4: Thinkers in Relationships.
This podcast explores the challenges, both practical and psychological, thinking types (e.g., INTP) face in relationships. These challenges largely stem from the inferior nature of thinkers’ feeling (F) function, which can make their feelings more difficult to access, understand, and express. There are exceptions, however, such as periods of infatuation in which feelings are fueled by idealism. While experiencing strong emotions provide the promise of a more rich and rewarding life for thinking types, such experiences can be difficult to sustain once their thinking (T) process regains it typical control. Thinkers are thus faced with the challenge of finding a more sustainable way of integrating feeling into their daily lives and relationships. They must also come to grips with how they will think about and engage with their partners once feelings of infatuation have waned. What will motivate them to persist and grow with their partners?
Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy and more!
Rank #1: #664 My Journey of Healing Trauma and Dissociation with Christina Lepore.
Christina Lepore is a mental health worker and passionate advocate in supporting mental health initiatives and care for over 25 years. Her knowledge is exemplified through her lived experience with Complex PTSD. Her life's mission is to utilize all the skills she's mastered over the decades to help others improve their quality of life. Christina's journey has been published and shared online at The Mighty and Elephant Journal, where she recently received recognition for her writing. She is a collaborative author in the international best selling book Courage for Freedom in the area of Personal Transformation. Christina is currently writing a Memoir entitled Frozen in Time, about her lifelong experience living with Dissociative Identity Disorder and PTSD and how she healed with the use of EMDR, while also writing a daily motivational of poetry and prose to give hope to those with mental health issues. Christina also hosts a Facebook forum blog called Trauma Queen to be a voice for those who struggle to speak for themselves. Her life long goal is to have trauma informed care and mental health courses in every school, church,Doctor’s office, Police Department to the highest judges in the land, with a focus on the ACE study, Trauma Informed Care and the epidemic of childhood trauma, why we ignore the evidence and the long term implications on physical and mental health, now and in the future.
Rank #2: #649 –Working with Attachment and Trauma with Daniel Brown PhD.
Daniel Brown, Ph.D. is Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and has served on the faculty for over 38 years. As a senior meditation master, he’s trained and taught with top Indo-Tibetan Bon & Buddhist lamas for over 48 years, including lineage holders of some of the great schools of Buddhism. Also, he is an author of 24 books, and winner of the several awards from the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Psychiatry & Law for outstanding contribution to forensic psychiatry. As a legal expert witness, Dr Brown has testified in over 200 child abuse cases and served as an expert witness for the prosecutors at the International War Crimes Tribunal helping them establish a standard of evidence for victims of war atrocities. Dr. Brown’s Three Pillars training is available at The Attachment Project based on the foundations of his and Dr. Elliott’s award-winning book Attachment Disturbances in Adults: Treatment for Comprehensive Repair. The Three Pillars treatment method that has garnered praise across the scientific and medical community, and he is a recipient of the 2018 Pierre Janet Writing Award.
Feeling stuck? Try Your Motivational High 5, hosted by Phil Larson. It is the short, 5-minute podcast seeking to motivate you in the way of self-examination, developing good mental health, and empowering yourself to do incredible things. We are all about telling ourselves positive narratives as a way to combat and rewire the negative narratives we've believed much of our lives. Find support, realize you're not alone, and feel empowered to move forward!
Rank #1: Episode 66: On Anxiety.
Anxiety is an appropriate response. We approach it healthily by embracing it and seeing it through. Only then will we find the growth and life waiting for us on the other side. #YMH5 Support my music: http://bit.ly/itw_itunes Reach out to Phil Larson: email@example.com @Phil_Larson thestoryshop.tv/ymh5 YMH5 on Facebook Art by: http://bit.ly/ymh5art
Rank #2: Episode 2: On Risk.
About this episode: Failure sucks. Risk is scary. Here are some ways to redeem risk after failure to make risk worth it. We need to trust that sometimes the greatest failure is not risking at all. Be willing to risk because you are worth success! Links: http://thestoryshop.tv/podcast or http://thestoryshop.tv/ymh5 Custom line art by William Johnson: http://bit.ly/ymh5art The 66 Day Experiment by Alex Barker: http://66dayexperiment.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/YourMotivationalHigh5 @Phil_Larson | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://PhilLarson.net #YMH5