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The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
 
On every episode you will hear inspiring conversations with leading experts in the fields of psychology, sports, personal growth, nutrition and other fields in order to gain clarity and understanding on how to deal with life in these exciting, yet challenging times. Your host, Nesh Nikolic, is a Clinical Psychologist based in Canberra, Australia with over 15,000 hours of 1-on-1 therapy experience. He’s trained in a number of therapy modes including Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cogn ...
 
This podcast features conversations with behavior analysts, researchers and academics working in the field of Positive Behaviour Support, ABA, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and other areas of behavior analysis. We discuss topics including autism and autistics, trauma-informed supports, diversity, functional assessment, person centred planning, consent and so much more! Listeners can earn BACB Learning CEUs for each episode.
 
Helping therapists, coaches and other mental health practitioners help their clients lead richer and more meaningful lives, by combining Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with mindful storytelling. Join Shamash Alidina, best-selling author of Mindfulness for Dummies and Mindful Storyteller Calvin Niles, as they view mindfulness through the lens of Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey.
 
Binge eating and emotional eating keep millions of people from living their best lives. If you're one of them, this podcast is for you. Hosts Georgie Fear and Maryclaire Brescia share insights and key lessons from their wildly successful Breaking Up With Binge Eating Coaching Program. Their methods integrate Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, nutritional science and change psychology -- but what you'll notice is that it works and feels good. Step off the merry ...
 
Hello! Welcome to The Vibrant Introvert: the show about real people experiencing introversion and social anxiety, their stories of transformation and change, and how they thrive in their daily lives—all told through the lens of Acceptance and Commitment therapy. I’m your host, Gabbie Lanier. This podcast was formerly called, “ACT-Inspired Behavior” but starting May 19th, the 2nd season was released under the new name, “The Vibrant Introvert.” A big value around this new title is to uplift an ...
 
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ACT in Context

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ACT in Context

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

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ACT in Context is freely available to anyone, and its episodes will take listeners on a journey from the history and development of ACT through its clinical application and the future of the work. This podcast will primarily focus on ACT, but it will often touch upon several related issues such as behavioral principles, the underlying theory of language (Relational Frame Theory) and philosophy of science. We hope that informal learners, potential consumers, researchers and clinicians alike f ...
 
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Humanity's Values

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Humanity's Values

David Teachout, M.A., M.S., LMHC

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Explore the human experience through understanding your Stories and how they define your Values. Expand your emotional and behavioral flexibility through the lens of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Further material can be found at www.lifeweavings.com
 
Do you like Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and feel like your keep missing the nail? Want to: - Get grounded in the foundation stones? - See contingencies? - Add context? - Be a functional contextualist? (and know what that means) This is a new podcast that seeks to excavate the roots of the contextual behavioral sciences, so that the fruit that us clinician deliver is as pristine as possible. It's a sequential experience that takes non-congenital behaviorists beyond the 6 core processes, ...
 
Metaphors for Life - an invitation to consider your own experience of relating to thoughts, feelings and actions from a different perspective. Encouraging psychological flexibility with content inspired by the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). A collection of ideas, short stories, fables or parables designed to pose questions and help you navigate life using similes and metaphors. Using a bite-sized, 'Pause for thought' or 'Though ...
 
Before a person is born, all their emotions head off to Wellspring Academy, School for Emotional Understanding. There they learn all about themselves so that they can be the best emotions ever, for when their person is born! Created by an experienced Family Counsellor this podcast is designed to take you and your child, or maybe just you and your inner child... on a journey of emotional and personal discovery using the principals of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. See acast.com/privacy fo ...
 
Feeding Curiosity explores the precarity of human experience. Through conversation, we aim to provide blueprints for others to learn and lead more fulfilling lives. We challenge ourselves and others to think, question, and synthesize wherever their curiosity takes them. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/feedingcuriosity/support
 
Join GP Dr Sam Manger and special guests from around the World discussing the latest in evidence-based medicine and more. This podcast is designed-with-love for medical doctors, scientists, researchers, allied health, nurses, students and anybody else interested in health, science and medicine. Available on itunes and all podcast apps. http://thegpshow.com/
 
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Spotlight on Migraine®

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Spotlight on Migraine®

Association of Migraine Disorders®

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Through personal stories and interviews with experts, we expose the true scope of migraine by exploring symptoms, treatments, research topics and more. Formerly known as Shades of Migraine. Video versions of the Spotlight on Migraine® Podcast can be viewed on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MigraineEquivalent/videos *The contents of this podcast/video are intended for general informational purposes only and do not constitute medical or legal advice; the content is not intended to ...
 
Health misinformation is pervasive and harmful. The mission of the Clinical Gap Podcastis to arm people with credible information to successfully tackle health misinformation. The host, Dr. Zachary Walston, is a physical therapist, researcher, and educator who draws on this expertise and credibility to help you better understand health research and challenge misinformation. As Richard Feynman said, “Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts.” This podcast will stimulate scientific cu ...
 
In a world where we are always striving to achieve more to be more, it's important to recognize that you are already an extraordinary human being. Join NYC based life coach Victoria Spadaccini, as she empathetically explores how you can leverage the greatness already inside you to overcome any obstacle, and create a life that is powerful, abundant, and full of love.
 
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CEU Cast

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Edmond Counseling and Professional Development

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CEU Cast is the podcast for Oklahoma Mental Health Professionals. Learn invaluable content to improve your practice, connect with other professionals, and earn continuing education just for listening to the show!
 
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PBS Matters

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PBS Matters

Paddy Behan & Jo Coulson

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Paddy Behan and Jo Coulson discuss all things related to PBS with the aim of taking conversation to a wider audience. This podcast will aim to cover both theory and practical applications in subjects such Organisational Behaviour Management, Practise Leadership and Family Perspectives. Paddy and Jo will be regularly joined by special guests who are leaders in their field of expertise.
 
The Working Parent Resource is a place where we have thoughtful discussions, share personal stories, and provide practical advice for ambitious working parents who actually want to enjoy being a working parent. Every week we tackle a brand new topic related to working parenthood to help you overcome your biggest obstacles, reach new insights, and make important changes in your life. Topics will include time management and life balance, marriage and relationships, child development and parent ...
 
Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that affects one’s ability to live a full and active life and impacts both physical and emotional health. Whether you are living with chronic pain or a physical therapist or other health professional such as an occupational therapist, psychologist, social worker, nurse, or physician seeking information for treating pain, we invite you to join our global community. Welcome to The Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Joe Tatta, a podcast that promotes the late ...
 
With warmth, heart and a respect for science, Dr. Alexandra and her guests explore questions that come up at all life stages. Dr. Alexandra is a mother of four and an expert in family systems psychology and clinical psychopharmacology. Through interesting exchanges with her guests, Dr. Alexandra brings new learning, stories and good company to listeners.
 
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The month of September is Pain Awareness Month. In years past, I've done lots of different things for Pain Awareness Month. I've held online summits, which hosted 30 plus experts. I've done courses for professionals and people with pain. In 2021, I was trying to figure out, "What are we not talking about in the chronic pain space that we need to br…
 
This was a fun episode for me for lots of different reasons. The first reason, I spent a lot of time over past episodes talking about cognitive-behavioral therapies, in essence, if you will, the more top-down approaches for the treatment of chronic pain as well as other health conditions. Being a physical therapist, I work with both the mind as wel…
 
Ever wondered which vitamins and supplements are most beneficial for migraine? Dr. Margaret Slavin discusses how taking vitamins, minerals and supplements can be used to prevent and manage migraine. She also explains how magnesium and riboflavin work in the body, common side effects and helpful foods to eat if you live with migraine. *The contents …
 
If we want everyone to come out of those challenging conversations with positive feelings and a clear idea of their action items, we need to set up that successful conversation for the best possible outcome. That’s just what Roberta Matuson’s new book Can We Talk? Seven Principles for Managing Difficult Conversations at Work addresses. Have a liste…
 
The most important relationship we have is with ourselves. You’re the only person you’ll be around every minute of every day for the rest of your life. And, unfortunately, that relationship is often our most difficult one. Today Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore how we can become better friends to ourselves, and learn to like ourselves more. Watc…
 
The breakdown continues with episode 4 four, "The River" The village is attacked by the Witchfinder Army and pushes Baba Voss' family to make sacrifices and face new challenges. Meanwhile, Queen Kane faces struggles closer to home that will shape the fate of her people. Also notable in this episode are Kofun and Haniwa seeing how they navigate the …
 
Have to do this. Can't eat that. Over and over, these mandates drive a person crazy. Many of clients say that it builds up over time, and they snap. They just want to eat and eat, in opposition to feeling pushed around by all the responsibilities and demands on them. They want to feel free, like they can have or do whatever they want in at least on…
 
Friends, thanks for joining me on this episode. I am speaking with Physical Therapist Zachary Stearns about how to screen for psychological factors when treating patients with chronic pain. Zachary is a physical therapist in Durham, North Carolina. He's board-certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and has worked in outpatient clinics, which have …
 
Dr Arne is an expert on Rites of Passage and adolescent development, with 30 years experience as a medical doctor GP and Emergency Physician, counsellor, mentor, speaker, workshop facilitator and CEO of the Rites of Passage Institute. The programs, seminars and online programs he’s helped to develop have been attended by over 100,000 people globall…
 
Hello and welcome to episode #11 of The ACT Counsellor. I have been a counsellor and consultant in Bendigo Central Victoria, Australia where I have a private practice. I also see clients in the ‘online space’ from various places in Australia. Certainly, online delivery of services has increased over the Looking back now, through all of that I wasn’…
 
How can we create relationships that last? On this episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson lean on Rick's 35+ years of couples counseling experience to explore how we can build relationships that are loving, healthy, enjoyable, and reliable. This includes learning the structure of most relationship problems, how to make vulnerable commun…
 
Think back to a moment when you first made a decision to do something. Maybe it was to have kids. Maybe it was to go back to school. Maybe it was to start a business. Whatever that decision was, think about where you are now versus where you were then. And between now and then, there is time, and distance. There is this journey, so to speak. And on…
 
My friends at the Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis were kind enough to invite me to moderate their panel discussion at their annual conference that took place last April. One of the fun parts of moderating panels like these is being able to share it with the wider Behavioral Observations audience. This event was no exception. The 2021 VAB…
 
Alec returns to the podcast! This time to share his journey and lessons from ultra running. We had this conversation just days before he would attempt the Stagecoach 100. About Alec: Alec is a business owner, entrepreneur, ultra-runner, mountaineer, and travel fanatic. He believes in the power and resilience of the human spirit and one who perpetua…
 
In this episode, we have two incredible guests. I'm excited to bring two guests with some incredible experience and research behind them to talk about an important topic, which is bringing ACT to a multidisciplinary pain clinic setting. My guests are Physical Therapist Corinne Cooley and Psychologist Heather King. First, I'll tell you about Corinne…
 
In this episode, Ben chats with Jessica Bethel, a board certified behaviour analyst based in Ontario, Canada. Jessica shares her experiences as a Black behaviour analyst and provides a succinct roadmap with resources to help behaviour analysts build their own cultural competency. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Sh…
 
Do we have three brains? Dr. Trupti Gokani says yes! In this episode, Dr Gokani briefly describes the connection between migraine and the gut. She also explains the responsibilities of our three brains, The Thinking Brain, The Feeling Brain and The Doing Brain and how each one can be optimized to improve migraine. *The contents of this podcast are …
 
In one of our favorite conversations, Dr. Jud Brewer joins us to explore the habit of anxiety, mindfulness practices to heal addiction, and what we can learn from the brains of the world’s most advanced meditators. About Our Guest: Dr. Jud is a psychiatrist, neuroscientist and New York Times best-selling author. He’s the director of research and in…
 
In this episode of Better Thinking, Nesh Nikolic speaks with Joe Coyne about the Circle of Security Parenting Course and The Attachment Theory. Joe Coyne has worked for 20 years in the area of child and family psychology. He is particularly interested in the developmental processes involved in healthy outcomes and the impacts of parenting and life …
 
Dr Chris Davis is a full-time GP and Director of East Sydney Doctors in Darlinghurst. He developed a special interest in alcohol and other drugs 8 years ago whilst working in London. After emigrating to Australia in 2014 he established the Clean Slate Clinic, a comprehensive alcohol management clinic and telehealth project to help GPs offering home…
 
In this episode, we're tackling the important but often times not spoken about the impact of trauma and PTSD on the experience of chronic pain. We're going to be sharing a masterclass that was delivered by a physical therapist, Dr. Jeremy Fletcher, on the topic of trauma-informed pain care and why all of us as healthcare professionals should be mor…
 
Dr. Jim Moore returns to Behavioral Observations in this session. And I'm so thankful he had the time to chat, because this episode is jam-packed with great information for practitioners at all experience levels. We spent a few minutes catching the audience up on some of the changes in Jim's life since his last appearance on the show. In particular…
 
This is episode number 10 of The ACT Counsellor which feels like a mini milestone of sorts. Thank you so much for listening and for those of you who have given such encouraging feedback. I am so pleased to know that you are finding these episodes life enhancing. In today’s episode we're going to be talking all about sleep. You know when people used…
 
Have a question about CBD? Learn best practices for implementing this natural therapy into your migraine management regimen as Dr. Bonni Goldstein joins us on Spotlight on Migraine. *The contents of this podcast are intended for general informational purposes only and does not constitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always …
 
In the second of two episodes, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore common self-help myths and misconceptions, including ones related to hedonic adaptation, "no pain no gain," and meditation. Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube. Key Topics: 0:00: Introduction 2:30: Misconception #1: People can’t really cha…
 
The third episode of See Season 1 is one of the best yet! From start to finish, you see how character decisions start affecting each other. Most notably, you learn how the twins develop into fully-fledged characters and begin to diverge in temperament. We also know more about Baba Voss' past and why he seems so hardened by life. The capstone of the…
 
The massive disruption we've been through the last few years has caused a paradigm shift in how we live and work. Employees are no longer satisfied with the autocratic leadership and stilted engagement strategies that used to be the norm. People are looking for jobs where they really feel respected, encouraged, and where everyone is part of creatin…
 
Short Takes Episode 130 Transcript The VA is known as a leader in suicide prevention, offering innovative approaches to preventing Veteran suicide. And yet, many Veterans are not enrolled in VA care. It is therefore imperative that community organizations that serve Veterans have the resources and knowledge to help with veteran suicide prevention. …
 
In this episode, Ben connects with Dr. Victoria Suarez on some of her recent publications in the areas of ACT, RFT, and Collaboration. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: Bowman, K. S., Suarez, V. D. & Weiss, M. J. (2021). Standards for interprofessional collaboration in the treatment of individuals with a…
 
Dr Anastasia Hronis is a clinical psychologist, founder of the Australian Institute for Human Wellness, and Honorary Associate at the University of Technology Sydney. She has a PhD researching mental health treatments for children with intellectual disabilities, and is the creator of “Fearless ME”; a CBT approach for those with Intellectual disabil…
 
What happens when everything that can go wrong, goes wrong? You do what other people would do. You try harder, you freak out, you grieve the loss of what you expected to have, and you may even get to the point of giving up. But, what happens in this space of giving up…even for the briefest of moments? Something magical can happen. I invite you to j…
 
While reliving fond memories can be a pleasant way of interacting with our past, many people's personal history also include trauma. I personally didn't realize how much the things that happen to us contribute to the people we are today, including the way we make food decisions and see our bodies. Until I started researching, and then I began to se…
 
As mental health and the psychological sciences have gone increasingly mainstream, so too have some common misconceptions and misunderstandings. In the first of two episodes, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore some of the biggest misconceptions related to therapy, trauma, and what it means to be "resilient." Watch the Episode: Prefer watching vide…
 
In this episode, we head to Halifax, Nova Scotia to chat with Monica Peters about her work in group home settings for adults with intellectual disabilities. Monica shares how she uses Acceptance and Commitment Training to increase buy-in and collaboration with group home staff. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show…
 
Do you feel like the world is out of control? Do you sometimes wonder how to keep going? We live in a world that gives us the message that we are only supposed to have positive thoughts and feelings. We pick-up this idea that to be happy, positive and joyful is how we are meant to be, all, or at least most of the time. We also, along the way, pick …
 
In the final episode of this series, Shamash and Calvin return with the elixir, and complete their Hero's Journey into mindfulness, through storytelling. Join Shamash and Calvin for a Mindful Storytelling Workshop, on October 4th. This remote workshop is for coaches and therapists, to explore the Hero’s Journey using insights from mindfulness, acce…
 
I'm not a gamer... well, at least not at this stage of my life. But that aside, I really enjoyed this conversation with FIT doctoral student, James Riswick-Estelle. We talked about his he got into ABA in the first place, a brief history of eSports, the current status of eSports, and then, how he uses behavior analytic principles to enhance the perf…
 
In this episode of Better Thinking, Nesh Nikolic speaks with Joel Sardi about regaining the quality of life after spinal cord injury. Joel Sardi had a fall and broke his C2 & C5, T3, T4 AND T5 vertebrae, also breaking his sternum on the 31st of August 2014. The injury caused irreparable spinal cord damage. He underwent a 6 hour surgery after the ac…
 
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