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Welcome to the Glenn Mackintosh Show - A fun EVIDENCE-BASED health psychology podcast where we talk everything eating, exercise, weight & body image! You won’t find weight loss hacks or other fictional tales here! You will find MIND-BENDING interviews, Glenn’s YouTube Q&A Thursday Therapy Podcastified & so much awesome stuff to help you make peace with food, love moving your body, embrace body positivity & generally kill it at life! Subscribe & let Glenn regularly bring YOU stigma-busting th ...
 
Crappy to Happy is the podcast for people on the move who may be feeling low in energy, mood or motivation and can't figure out exactly why. Cass Dunn, a clinical psychologist, chats with interesting and inspiring guests to help listeners find the root of the reasons why they may not be performing at their best. She helps them discover practical ways to make impactful changes to feel happier, more energetic, and more confident. The show addresses topics such as escaping the cult of "busy", o ...
 
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The holistic psychologist Dr. Nicole LePera joins Cass Dunn to talk about her holistic approach to psychology and self improvement. Dr. LePera shares how she became frustrated with traditional models of therapy while working as a clinical psychologist, and wanted more for clients and for herself. This lead her on a journey to create a more united a…
 
Founder and CEO of The Positivity Institute, Dr Suzy Green joins Cass Dunn to talk about the power of positive psychology to cultivate resilience, deal with life’s challenges and to fulfil your potential. At a time when we’re experiencing global crises, unprecedented changes to the way we live our lives, and ongoing uncertainty about the future, Su…
 
Cass Dunn talks with Holly Tarry, speaker, coach and author of “Power Boundaries”. Holly shares her personal story of digging deeply into the patterns in her life that were keeping her from living an empowered, joyful and meaningful life. She did the hard work of having difficult conversations, executing power boundaries and re-creating her life an…
 
Cass talks with journalist and author, Madonna King about the particular issues faced by pre-teen girls in the age of technology, social media and a global pandemic. After she wrote her best-selling, “Being 14”, parents around the country expressed that the challenges typically experienced by adolescents seemed to be appearing in their younger girl…
 
For this episode of Unsupervised Learning, I talked to Richard Hanania of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology. Richard is a smart and heterodox thinker whose ideas and opinions are informed by his background as a scholar of political science. He’s not “winging it.” Last fall The Washington Post published his op-ed, Americans hate …
 
Cass talks with fellow psychologist Glenn Mackintosh about the trap of diet culture and how you can escape it, while still aiming for optimal health. Glenn specialises in the psychology of weight management, eating, moving and body image and is on a mission to help as many people as possible to heal their relationship with food, movement and their …
 
Scott Barry Kaufman is a fellow psychologist, host of The Psychology Podcast and author of the book, “Transcend”. Scott talks with Cass Dunn about his new and updated theory of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and shares his ideas for how we can all live with more meaning and purpose in life, ultimately transcending our human experience to serve the gre…
 
I’ve long followed Dr. Loury’s career since I read a 2002 profile about his life in First Things. To say it’s been interesting is understating the case. For those who are more curious, I highly recommend the Glenn Show, which has been running in various forms since 2008. On this podcast we discuss: The value of economics as a predictive discipline …
 
Cass talks to investigative journalist and author, Jess Hill about the social, psychological and biological factors that contribute to domestic abuse. Intimate partner violence is an epidemic in Australia and Jess sheds light on the factors that contribute to the problem and steps we can take to address it. Note that this is a highly sensitive topi…
 
Cass Dunn talks to Aussie surfing champion Layne Beachley about her extraordinary achievements in and out of the water and the emotional struggles she had to overcome before she could truly enjoy success and experience real happiness. Layne’s traumatic childhood experiences left scars that took many years and deep inner work to heal and she now gen…
 
In this special excerpt from the Thinsanity audiobook, I share the surprising truth about the Body Mass Index, from its unexpected origins to its unethical manipulation by big business to turn a profit. I then explore a re-interpretation of BMI categories based on actual science (not paid-for/company sponsored science), and the possibility that we’…
 
Kristy Goodwin sheds light on how our use of technology is affecting our productivity and attention and offers realistic advice for setting reasonable boundaries and regaining our mental space. Kristy gives host Cass Dunn great advice for how we can help our kids develop a healthier relationship with technology, why banning devices is neither reali…
 
Razib, Richard Hanania, and Josiah Neeley, talk about the USA election results, whether Trump will run again in 2024, cultural issues and minorities, and why Richard is not a fan of Peter Turchin's theories https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/12/can-history-predict-future/616993/
 
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