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  • Logo of the podcast Mental - The Podcast to Destigmatise Mental Health

    Mental - The Podcast to Destigmatise Mental Health

    Health Category Winner at The People’s Choice Podcast Awards 2019 . Mental was created by Bobby Temps to break down mental health stigma and discrimination. Joined by special guests, the podcast is a safe space to hear honest and insightful mental health interviews in the hope listeners will feel more empowered to continue the conversation with others. . Each Thursday we delve into a different factor in mental health and how to better manage it. You’ll also better understand different conditions from first-hand experience, with inspiring guests and surprising statistics. Start listening from any episode or topic that interests you. . So whether you have experienced mental illness or not, they’ll be something to relate to in each episode. Oh, and remember, you are enough!

  • Logo of the podcast PsychCrunch

    PsychCrunch

    PsychCrunch is the podcast from the British Psychological Society's Research Digest and presented by Dr Christian Jarrett. Each episode we explore whether the findings from psychological science can make a difference in real life. Just how should we live, according to psychology? We speak to psychologists about their research and whether they apply what they've discovered in their own lives.

  • Logo of the podcast Strange Bird

    Strange Bird

    Strange Bird is podcast about things that can make us feel lonely, the things that we’re not great at talking about. Host  Mona Chalabi, the data editor of the Guardian US, uses numbers to help answer questions on difficult topics and make us less lonely -- to show that the birds that seem like strange outliers often aren’t.

  • Logo of the podcast Berkhamsted Revisited: A Teenage Diary Podcast

    Berkhamsted Revisited: A Teenage Diary Podcast

    In 2005 a 13 year old Laura Kirk started writing a diary, chronicling her life in a small town just north of London famed for a beautiful cinema and a 12th century castle built by William the Conquerer’s half-brother. Her adolescence in Berkhamsted was a fairly quiet life of school, boys, MSN usernames, sport, growing up awkwardly and using words like 'phwoar' and 'lush'. Laura kept a diary for six years, right up until she went to university. Now, along with her friend (unhelpfully, also called Laura), she's reading back over them and trying to make sense of the key issues - what exactly did ‘topping’ mean; why she was so anxious about going to parties with her friends; why did she make her family name their cat after a sixth former she fancied; and most importantly, why on earth was she so obsessed with England cricketer Andrew Flintoff? [...]

  • Logo of the podcast Bryony Gordon's Mad World

    Bryony Gordon's Mad World

    Bryony Gordon's Mad World is a new ten episode podcast brought to you by The Telegraph. Each week, Bryony will talk to a different guest about how their mental health has been affected by events in their own lives and find out why feeling weird is the most normal thing in the world.

  • Logo of the podcast Mentally Yours

    Mentally Yours

    We chat to guests who have dealt with mental health issues and discuss all the weird stuff going on in our minds. Hosted by Ellen Scott and Yvette Caster from Metro.co.uk.

  • Logo of the podcast No Really, I’m Fine

    No Really, I’m Fine

    Welcome to No Really, I'm Fine. A mental health podcast which sheds a light on peoples' daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you're not alone. Over twenty episodes, we'll be making mental health the conversation. We want to hear about you, break the stigma, we want to share and listen. Journalists Gemma Sherlock, Kate Lally and Michael Pearson host the podcast and they'll guide you through a variety of topics on mental health and wellbeing. Make sure you follow us on Twitter at @ImFinePodcast_ and if you want to share your story email podcasts@reachplc.com

  • Logo of the podcast Postcards From Midlife

    Postcards From Midlife

    Are you living in a hormonal hothouse battling it out with your teens while the dog, cat and husband look on? You're not alone. Lorraine Candy and Trish Halpin have been editing glossy magazines for more than two decades, helping support women through all aspects of their busy lives. Between them the duo have six children, two dogs, one cat and two husbands. And this time, they’re the ones asking for help. Join Lorraine and Trish as they consult the experts on parenting teenagers during the great midlife unravelling in this weekly podcast. Sharing their mid-life journeys, from the menopause to reinvention, and living with angst-ridden teens they cover it all.

  • Logo of the podcast The Couragemakers Podcast

    The Couragemakers Podcast

    Encouragement, Inspiration & Rebel Rousing for Mission Driven Doers Makers & Shakers

  • Logo of the podcast The Gurls Talk Podcast

    The Gurls Talk Podcast

    Your regular source of fierce female chat. Hosted by Adwoa Aboah and featuring different guests, as they talk, share, listen and take control of their lives.

  • Logo of the podcast Addicted to Sex

    Addicted to Sex

    Can you really be addicted to sex or is it just an excuse for bad behaviour? Sangita Myska meets the men and women who suffer from porn and sex addiction.

  • Logo of the podcast In the Psychiatrist's Chair

    In the Psychiatrist's Chair

    Psychiatrist Dr Anthony Clare conducts in depth interviews with prominent people from different walks of life.

  • Logo of the podcast Not Perfect Podcast

    Not Perfect Podcast

    The Not Perfect podcast explores what it is to be human. From mental health to money matters, happiness to heartbreak, science to sadness - Poppy Jamie, Founder of Happy Not Pefect, tackles real life issues with real World thought leaders. So what are you waiting for? Join us and press play, hit pause on life and enjoy this time to reflect, learn and peace out.

  • Logo of the podcast The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast

    The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast

    A weekly 'informal and informative' philosophy podcast inspiring and supporting students, teachers, academics and free-thinkers worldwide. All episodes are available at www.thepanpsycast.com.

  • Logo of the podcast Deliciously Ella

    Deliciously Ella

    Confused about health and wellness? Each week we interview an expert to bring a little inspiration to your life - from gut health to mental health and anxiety, how to make sustainable changes, finding happiness, what happens to our brains when we exercise, skincare 101, dealing with stress, veganism and the environment and so much more. Hosted by Ella and Matthew Mills, the founder and CEO of Deliciously Ella, this podcast brings you open, honest conversation around mental and physical health.

  • Logo of the podcast Fat Lot of Good

    Fat Lot of Good

    A funny and honest podcast about our bodies - what we think of them, what we put in them, what we do with them and what it really means to be a fat person in a thin-obsessed world. Helen Thorn, comedian, one half of the podcast duo Scummy Mummies, loud mouth and fashion blogger asks a range of experts, comedians and blatant show-offs about their relationship with their bodies and how and why this has changed over the years.

  • Logo of the podcast Intentional Insights

    Intentional Insights

    Intentional Insights is a nonprofit that popularizes science-based effective decision-making strate…

  • Logo of the podcast Gesundheitsgespräch

    Gesundheitsgespräch

    Sprechende Medizin – jeden Mittwoch mit einem neuen Thema. Ein offenes Ohr und viel Information für Ihre Gesundheit: von A wie Abnehmen über K wie Krebs bis Z wie Zahnschmerzen. Dr. Marianne Koch und andere Spitzenmediziner stehen Rede und Antwort. Denn: Wissen ist die beste Medizin.

  • Logo of the podcast Kjell Enhager's Pod

    Kjell Enhager's Pod

    Små historier om livet och personligt ledarskap

  • Logo of the podcast Hjernen på overarbejde

    Hjernen på overarbejde

    Menneskehjernen er fantastisk. Menneskehjernen er noget rod. På én og samme tid er den vores allerstørste ressource - og mest fundamentale problem. Den gamle menneskehjerne udfordres grundigt i det moderne (arbejds)liv, og for flere og flere mennesker bliver dét at få en helt almindelig hverdag til at hænge sammen et forhindringsløb med chikaner som perler på en snor. Psykologerne Vibeke Lunding-Gregersen og Henrik Tingleff taler med udgangspunkt i deres bog "Hjernen på overarbejde - derfor er compassion vores vej til et bæredygtig liv og samfund" samt deres mere end 10 års erfaring med udvikling af mennesker og organisationer, om hvordan vi bedst tager hensyn til vores egen og hinandens hjerner - og derigennem skaber trivsel, balance og bæredygtige præstationer. Både privat og professionelt. Det handler altsammen rigtig meget om den evolutionære vinderstrategi compassion. Podcasten er produceret i samarbejde med Pibesovs Productions.