music

PPP047: The Talking Cure, Transformation and Being a Little Mad with Professor Gillian Straker & Dr Jacqui Winship

PPP047:  The Talking Cure, Transformation and Being a Little Mad with Professor Gillian Straker & Dr Jacqui Winship

What do you know about therapy?

Did the producers of The Sopranos get it right?

And are we all a little bit mad?

And if common childhood experiences can lead to struggles later in life, should parents be worried about 'screwing up' our kids?

I explore these questions and more with my guests, the authors of a new book ‘The Talking Cure: Normal people, their hidden struggles and the life-changing power of therapy'

PPP045: The Power of Music to Boost Your Mood with Dr Sandra Garrido

PPP045: The Power of Music to Boost Your Mood with Dr Sandra Garrido

Music and our moods are intrinsically linked. We seek sad songs when we're blue, upbeat vibes to work out, maybe classical for a bit of zen.

But how does this work? What happens in your brain when you listen to music? What is the link between music and emotion? And how can you use music strategically to boost your mood and your performance? Tune in to learn why music moves us.

PPP024: Conquer Your Nerves for Stellar Performance with Anastasia Hronis

PPP024: Conquer Your Nerves for Stellar Performance with Anastasia Hronis

Ever felt nervous before a big presentation, exam or performance? The sweaty palms? Jumpy tummy? Racing heart?

Have you noticed what where your mind goes in these moments? Do worries of impending disaster or freezing at the critical moment creep in? Want to know how to manage your mind - and your nerves?

Joining me for Episode 24 of the Potential Psychology Podcast is psychologist, music teacher, concert pianist and performance coach and expert Anastasia Hronis as we discuss conquering your nerves for stellar performance in any domain.