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Ready to get in the best shape of your life? Join NYT Bestselling Author Abel James to upgrade your performance, mental strength, and longevity. Featuring cutting-edge conversations with thought leaders in Performance Nutrition, Intermittent Fasting, Strength Training, Longevity, Mindset, and much more. Winner of 4 awards and rated #1 in Health in 8+ countries with over 50+ million downloads.
 
Welcome to the Not Your Mama podcast! I am Kelly Bryant, and I am THE prenatal & postnatal trainer who GUARANTEES results in less time per day than your partner spends on the toilet. I help new parents fix their abs, heal prolapse, stop peeing their pants, and get pain-free. Here on the Not Your Mama podcast, we are embracing the fact that your are so. much. more. than just a parent. We're here to reclaim your body AND your identity after having a kid — whether you're pregnant now or decades ...
 
Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
 
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With many of my clients, I get questions about pregnancy and postpartum bodily issues that are way outside of my scope, like proper skincare. That’s why I’m so excited to have Aimee Bowen on today’s episode to talk about what you should and shouldn’t be putting on & under your skin when pregnant or breastfeeding. Aimee is a Medical Aesthetician and…
 
Once considered a fringe topic, aliens and the possibility of alien encounters are now the subject of considerable mainstream media attention. Pulitzer Prize winning journalist & author, Ralph Blumenthal, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a discussion of his new book The Believer: Alien Encounters, Hard Science, and the Passion of John Mack. I…
 
Accurately mapping the "truth" of one's life is essential to crafting effective coping from a variety of perspectives. Renowned psychotherapist & author, Jon Frederickson, MSW, joins us for an in-depth discussion around some of the core themes of his book The Lies We Tell Ourselves, as well as a broader discussion of the therapy process in general.…
 
Anxiety is a normal and necessary component of the human experience; however, under some circumstances normal psychological processes related to anxiety can unwittingly become entrenched in "habit loops" that can keep an individual stuck. New York Times best-selling author, neuroscientist, addiction psychiatrist, and thought leader in the field of …
 
On this podcast we cover a lot of topics regarding your physical wellness, but also your mental wellness, and a large part of that mental equation is having all of your legal i’s dotted and t’s crossed. That’s why I’m really excited to have Sabrina Shaheen Cronin (@sabrinashaheencronin) on today’s episode to talk about things that parents to be, ne…
 
It is well-known that creative, meaningful undertakings can provide a powerful pathway to healing following a traumatic experience. Internationally renowned aquascaper, author, YouTube creator and aquarium plant expert, George Farmer, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a wide-ranging discussion around how he found his healing from childhood and…
 
Content Warning: This episode features discussions around disordered eating, rapid weight loss, and body image issues. I am so excited to be talking to Alicia McCarvell (@aliciamccarvell), who is a body positivity expert, in this week’s episode. For lots of people, body image and diet culture may be things that you’ve been battling for years. For o…
 
For many parents, cultivating a secure and nurturing attachment with their children is among their highest parenting priorities. However, establishing, maintaining and fostering this attachment can be a challenge when environmental conditions are poor and/or when the parent's resources are negatively impacted by stressors, illness or other demands.…
 
One of my most-asked questions is what to eat before and after a workout, and in this episode I break down how to plan your workout-related eating. In this quick episode. Why we tend to make things more complicated Not letting perfect get in the way of good How nutrition research doesn’t always pertain to women (especially not elite athletes) Why w…
 
The beliefs held around emotions can lead individuals to resist and deny their internal experience. This can have many potential downstream implications for being able to cope effectively, being properly attuned to one’s needs, and remaining effective in the face of difficult interpersonal situations. Former president of the Canadian Association fo…
 
Roughly 30 percent of birthing people in the US have a c-section or belly birth. Today’s episode isn’t about judging any circumstances or choices that led to that birthing style but to recognize that even though it is a different birth experience, a c-section can still have plenty of implications for your core and pelvic floor. In this episode, I d…
 
While "body and mind" have at times been regarded as separate entities, it is now abundantly clear that the brain & body are continuous elements of a massively interconnected system. Preeminent professor, researcher & lecturer in the field of behavioural neuroscience, Dr. Hymie Anisman, joins Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a wide-ranging and discussio…
 
We all want to find the quick and easy way to really perfect our diet so that we can eat “healthy” and “well.” Step 1 is - SURPRISE - there is no quick and easy way to get a perfect diet. Step 2 is to realize that there is no such thing as a perfect diet. In this episode we’re talking about how to work on your relationship with food, and how you mi…
 
Music has a unique ability to evoke emotion, enhance motivation and in some cases speak without saying a word. For many, music can have a profound impact on mood and performance. Award winning and critically acclaimed composer, John Lunn, (Downton Abbey, The Last Kingdom, The White Queen, The White Princess, Shetland) joins us for a wide ranging co…
 
Too often fitness recommendations come with the what to do, but don’t include why you’re doing it. Today I’m nerding out a little bit about strength training, discussing why it’s good for you, and more. In this episode I talk about: What delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is and why its a sign of progress Why it’s important to gradually change th…
 
Trauma reflects among the most dynamic and profound of human experiences and can present significant challenges for the mental health clinician and consumer alike; however, effective, time-limited & evidence-based treatments are available. Experienced trauma clinician, Dr. Michele Todd, C. Psych joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C. Psych for an extensive …
 
I get it, you’re tired of being tired, but also tired of getting the same tips over and over on how to get more and/or better sleep. In this episode, I want to go deeper into sleep to help us all get more rest to show up for life as refreshed as reasonable. I discuss: Why sleep is so important, especially for parents-to-be and new parents What is e…
 
Fostering a healthy workplace where difficult issues are discussed openly & effectively is a huge challenge for any leader. Trier Bryant & Kim Scott, co-founders of Just Work LLC join us for a discussion around: typical stressors experienced by leaders helping leaders understand their own bias & how bias can be identified & discussed effectively, o…
 
When it comes to the Sacroiliac - or SI - joint, you probably either fall into one of three camps: you’ve never heard of it, you’ve heard other people talking about it, but don’t know much, or you’ve been told you have SI joint issues that you don’t fully understand. Well, today is all about SI knowledge, SI empowerment, and SI relief. In this epis…
 
The formation & maintenance of friendships as well as the emotional turmoil related to the rupture of friendships are common sources of clinical discussion in psychotherapy. Award-winning science journalist, author and speaker Lydia Denworth joins us for a discussion of major themes explored in her latest book Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, an…
 
I started hormonal birth control around 15 years old, and used it until I got pregnant for the first time. I haven’t gone back since, and honestly, the biggest adjustment has been excruciating, sometimes debilitating cramps during my period. If you’re not on hormonal birth control and suffer from strong cramps, this episode is for you! In it, I tal…
 
The emotional perils of dating - in particular online dating - frequently rank near the top of psychosocial stressors that are discussed in psychotherapy. Award-winning magazine writer, Fortune contributor, and author of Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game, Jon Birger, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a discussion of his n…
 
Ep. 28 You deserve to feel stylish no matter your body size w/Judith Gaton I often talk about how our bodies aren’t rubber bands that are going to snap back into place after childbirth. Some may get back to a similar pre-baby size in a few months, a few years or never! Today’s guest, Judith Gaton (@judithgaton) and I, talk about one of the areas th…
 
While we all have a voice in our head, we may not often stop to consider the implications - both positive and negative - of these ongoing conversations with ourselves. Psychologist and author of the book Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why it Matters & How to Harness It, Dr. Ethan Kross, joins us for an illuminating discussion around: the nature an…
 
If you've ever been told that pain with sex is normal, or that you should just drink a glass of wine and relax, this episode is for you. And even if you've never had pain with intercourse, it's worth sticking around to better understand how to identify and deal with pain during sex. In this episode I'll discuss: Why it's important to have pleasurab…
 
Combining MDMA with commonly employed, evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapies for trauma is an area of increasing clinical investigation. Founder of Remedy and clinical investigator Dr. Anne Wagner, C.Psych, joins us for a discussion of psychedelic assisted psychotherapy including a MAPS funded trial of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) fo…
 
One of the primary areas of focus with all of my prenatal and postpartum clients is the pelvic floor, which is an amazing group of muscles that can be a key to unlocking a ton of pain relief, as well as relief from other symptoms. But most people don’t even really know what the pelvic floor is, let alone how to strengthen it. So we’re breaking it a…
 
Ongoing engagement in values-driven activities through personal projects reflects among the most powerful ways to foster a sense of meaning, achievement and confidence as well as ward off low motivation, lethargy and low mood. Graeme Jenvey, owner of the YouTube channel Woodness Goodness which chronicles the technical and psychological journey arou…
 
We've heard so many amazing stories and journies here on the Not Your Mama Podcast, but for our 25th episode, I thought it was the right time to share the story that started this whole thing - mine! In this episode I'll talk about: What my journey into the world of wellness and fitness looked like My own birth story How I became so passionate about…
 
Tolerating uncertainty, unpredictability and other forms of psychological discomfort is frequently a requirement for being able to pursue longer-term, values driven goals and activities - especially in the context of challenges related to mental health. Freelance science journalist & author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller and one of NPR's Best …
 
I named my podcast the Not Your Mama Podcast because, frankly, I hated people calling me "mom" during my pregnancy that weren't my child instead of calling me by my name. That discomfort pales in comparison to what transgender people go through on their prenatal and postpartum journeys. This is why I am so excited to talk to today's guest, Moss Fro…
 
Treatment resistance/non-response in psychotherapy is a major contributor of disability and loss of functioning among clients as well as a considerable source of burnout in mental health clinicians. Renowned psychiatrist and psychotherapist Dr. Allan Abbass joins us for a discussion of treatment resistance/non-response in psychotherapy which includ…
 
Everybody has to make decisions about money, but that's especially true when you have or are thinking about having kids. That's why I'm super excited for today's guest, Lindsay Perez (@thelindsayperez), a financial and salary negotiation coach. I kind of geek out about personal finance and we made this episode full of great tidbits that aren't just…
 
Dreams have long been a source of fascination, mystery & intrigue, yet there is now an abundance of scientific evidence to shed light on the origins, nature, and purpose of this captivating aspect of the human experience. Leading sleep & dream scientists Drs. Antonio Zadra & Robert Stickgold join host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for an in-depth conside…
 
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