Here’s a round-up of your favourite episodes from Season 2 of the Potential Psychology Podcast.
We’re talking yoga, resilience, thriving schools, productivity and how to help anxious kids - and grown ups.
Tune in to learn from our amazing expert guests and fulfil your potential.
A Self Care Revolution: Nurturing Your Head, Heart and Body with Suzy Reading - Suzy Reading is UK based psychologist, yoga instructor and personal trainer. She is the author of The Self Care Revolution which was published in the UK late in 2017 and in Australia in early 2018. We talk about moving your body to better manage your mind and how self-care is so much more than bubble baths.
Big Life Drama and Daily Discord: Overcoming Adversity with Eileen Lenson - Eileen Lenson is a California-based author and coach. In this episode she talks to us about adversity, resilience, courage, hope and her recently published book Overcoming Adversity: Conquering Life’s Challenges.
Disrupting Education and Thriving at School with Andrea Downie - Andrea Downie is co-founder of Project Thrive, an Australian consultancy firm that collaborates with its clients, co-creating school and work environments that help us all to live and work at our best. In this episode Andrea and I chat about creating the conditions in schools that allow kids to thrive. There’s plenty of laughter too!
Designing Your Mind for Peak Productivity and Creating with James Garrett - James Garrett is the founder and CEO of Brain by Design - a US-based organisation that teaches strategies for getting more from your mind. He’s a psychologist, a former academic and co-founder of a highly successful social venture. James chats to me in this episode about using your brain to enhance your productivity and creativity and live your best life.
Hey Warrior! Helping Kids (and Adults) Transcend Anxiety and Live With with Karen Young - Karen Young is the founder of the popular 'Hey Sigmund' website. She’s a psychologist, an author, a speaker, an educator and a parent. In this episode we explore anxiety. What is it? What does it look like for kids? And how can we help the young people in our lives to better handle anxiety?
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