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Imagine listening in on these raw, unfiltered conversations with real couples… One partner is in $300,000 in debt, but shrugs it off. The other cries at night, anxious about the future. A couple that’s so worried about money, they never feel they’ll have enough. When they eat out, they order chicken instead of steak to save $10. Their household income: $600,000. Two parents who feel overwhelmed by work, kids, and debt. When I ask them how they’d describe their lives, they instantly say the s ...
 
Welcome to Blooming Minds Podcast with Jessica Castillo. This is a podcast to encourage the blooming of our Emotional Intelligence through conversation. You'll hear from thought leaders in education, psychology, and creativity who are positively impacting children, communities, and the planet. Your host, Jessica Castillo is an educator, yoga instructor for kids & adults, psychology student, and student of life. She founded Blooming Minds as an organization teaching tools to help humanity rea ...
 
Shortlisted in top 10 for the People's Choice Podcast Awards 2017 in Education. I don't go in a box. Neither does this Podcast. "We are all different, some of us just stick out more than others" Dr Naoisé O'Reilly A podcast that ranges from Children to Adults. Personality to Psychology. Education to Development. Philosophy to a modern critique of society and our politics. Self-help to Spiritualism. Vulnerability & creativity. Racism & Society Culture I started out caring about success - now ...
 
Maria Casillas combines her training in behavioral psychology with her personal journey of creating a $130k turnaround in 4 years (on a household income of less than $70k) to teach you how to leverage the knowledge & tools you already posses to pivot, take back control, and ultimately create a legacy you'll be proud of. Stop surviving. It's time to THRIVE! Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives? Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success. Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from. Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can ap ...
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
Turn the embers of a distant and lonely relationship into a blazing emotionally intimate connection. Are you tired of conflict? Do you dream of a secure and peaceful relationship? Welcome to Relationship Psych, The Podcast. The goal is to teach you to create a strong and connected relationship, that withstands the test of time. Each week I share stories, practical strategies, and have inspiring conversations with guests to help you get and keep the relationship you and your partner dream of. ...
 
Learn how to change how you think in this heavy-duty light-hearted show where I’ll teach you how to start living the kind of life you’d really love - I’ve been teaching my clients just that since 1996... you’ll meet some of them on the show. I’m Willie Horton and I’m a psychologist - originally from Dublin Ireland, I live the kind of life I love… in the French Alps. Each week we’ll be exploring what I’ve been exploring in my weekly videos since 2008… but in the kind of easy detail that will ...
 
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. ...
 
Welcome to "Talking to the Dead in Suburbia with Anna Raimondi." As a motivational speaker, teacher, intuitive and author, Anna’s mission is to give others the tools they need to live their lives in joy, while following their souls' mission. Anna, through her gift of intuition, provides wisdom and healing from heaven as she provides others with insight, guidance and direction. Among other accreditations, she holds a BA in Clinical Psychology, a M.B.A. and is a Hypnotherapist, Grief Counselor ...
 
Your ultimate level of success depends on your ability to express yourself in a creative, confident, and compelling way. Whether you speak, teach, or write, the same underlying principles of communication will guarantee excellence in whatever you do. The Communication Guys podcast teaches those timeless, universal principles and applies them to all forms of communication: spoken and written, personal and public, platform and small group. Tim Downs is a professional speaker, communication tra ...
 
Join Two Modern Mystics Dawn Fleming and Linda Roebuck on a quest for Healing, Empowerment and Transformation. Let these two ladies take you deeper into a world of expanding consciousness, finding your gifts, and celebrating your truth. Dawn Fleming is a medical intuitive, energy alchemist/healer, teacher, life coach, and ordained minister. She has been working in the field of holistic healing since 1989. Dawn enjoys helping others to release blocks and to live their Truth. Dawn has been on ...
 
Your customer needs a hero. Will you answer the call? The Buyer's Mind with Jeff Shore is a B2C sales training podcast dedicated to helping you increase your sales numbers by understanding your customers in a deeper way. Whether you’re buying a magazine, a mobile phone, a new car or a new home, we all go through surprisingly similar thought patterns during a purchase cycle. Jeff’s podcast is about the psychology behind those thought patterns—the obvious and subtle considerations that lead so ...
 
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Episode snippets: introductory psychology and APA's Introductory Psychology Initiative (IPI), preparing psychology majors for the psychology workforce, access and affordability, educational systems, is the AP psych course an equivalent to the college level intro psych? The apprenticeship model, "Cs get degrees," the benefit of transfer credits to s…
 
Jacques and Jennifer are stuck in a money rut. They are trapped by their $40,000 debt. Jennifer feels overwhelmed with money talk, and Jaques doesn't want to say no to his wife. When he comes home from work, they’re both tired, so they order takeout, overspend...and repeat the cycle. This isn't a math problem. It runs way deeper into their money id…
 
In this episode of Blooming Minds, we get to talk to Elissa Lafranconi, founder of Etika Logika and a mental health therapist. Elissa shares her expertise and advice when it comes to sharing her passion for mental health. With a background in philosophy and clinical professional counseling, Elissa provides a holistic approach to therapy. During our…
 
Welcome to Blooming Minds Podcast with Jessica Castillo. This is a podcast to encourage the blooming of our Emotional Intelligence through conversation. You'll hear from thought leaders in education, psychology, and creativity who are positively impacting children, communities, and the planet. Your host, Jessica Castillo is an educator, yoga instru…
 
In this episode of Blooming Minds, we got to talk to Ricardo Torres, a school counselor in Oregon. We talk about the struggles and difficulties that our students present in our education system today. Ricardo shares great insight, and advice to what we can do as a society to provide a better opportunity to all our students. Such an incredible conve…
 
What has COVID and lockdown brought to the surface? What is social? Can you force it? What happens when you do? Why have we made something that so many have fought for so complex? I wrote this quote a long time ago now - "Everyone has 3 fundemental needs; to be liked to have a purpose & to know where they belong." Naoisé, April 2010.…
 
Life and how you live it, work and how you do it... it's all about the attitude that you bring to the party. If you hate your job, you'll make it so much more difficult for you to do it, simply confirming that you were right to hate your job in the first place. Why would you set yourself off on such a vicious, thought-fuelled, circle? Why not get o…
 
Have you ever ridden in a car with an student driver? Can you imagine what that's like? If so, you can relate to this episode! Thanks so much for listening! When you’re ready to take the next step, schedule a strategy call with me at ChatWithMC.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Aaron Richmond from Metropolitan State University-Denver in Denver, CO. In his 2nd podcast interview, Aaron shares homecare challenges with two educators and three school-age daughters during the pandemic. In 2020 he became the Editor of STP's Teaching of Psychology journal, and he shares his insights and excitement …
 
No one here on this land dreams in Irish - why? Because it is not a language you learn with a bond at birth. How to pronounce Irish - translate words https://www.teanglann.ie/en/fgb/bród The magic we are losing - https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/heritage/a-magical-vision-is-hidden-in-the-irish-language-we-need-to-rediscover-it-1.3558112 https://w…
 
Jordan wasn't raised to talk about money. She constantly saw her mom withhold money matters from her dad, and now, history is repeating itself. Jordan has hidden her debt from her husband, Dan, twice. He feels violated. This is not the kind of thing you do when you're saving for a down payment on a house and building a family. He needs the problem …
 
Discover the secrets to good mental health over the lifespan. Even if we keep putting 29 candles on the birthday cake every year, the earth keeps going around the sun, and we age. Tune in to hear about how we can keep fit with our mental health, how we can optimize our mental health, and what to expect as we age. We cover: · The truth about how agi…
 
Episode snippets: test item formats and how the item format is related to the effectiveness of the assessment procedure; do we ever match the measurement modality to optimize to what we want to know about the construct? (No.) The Laura Petrie "oh Rob" moment is born; equivalencies and validities, the hard work of writing test item files for intro p…
 
Episode snippets: four students working together in research methods on one project; the shared lab notebook through Google Docs; the possible usefulness of Microsoft OneNote for a lab notebook; attempting to record how students think, and if their thinking changes over the course of a year-long research methods course; using Poll Everywhere to eng…
 
Episode snippets: Rob mentions the re-release of the Albert Bandura episode after his death; the newsletter; Eric tells his own story of meeting Dr. Bandura at the 2010 RMPA in Denver; the dinner with Nancy Karlin, Cheryl Sanders, Albert Bandura, and me at a Mexican restaurant; got to introduce Elizabeth Loftus too. To receive the opt-in PsychSessi…
 
Episode snippets: the joy of being face to face with students again, a capstone course and an intense research methods experience, consulting projects in the capstone course, writing in shorter segments, meaningful parent-teacher conferences, infographics, students leveraging grade feedback, Jane Halonen and magic, high school researchers and the c…
 
Episode snippets: the luxury of two years to teach intro psych in the IB psych curriculum, our guest Casey has taught both the AP psych and IB psych curriculum, so he can compare and contrast better than most; we discuss if IB programs have an exclusively issue/concern; entire schools must be IB schools Note: The viewpoints expressed here by Casey …
 
Episode snippets: AP Psych revisited, 1% interest level podcast, online training and what do you learn from automated testing, training vs. teaching, what instructors want for their students vs. what students want for themselves, students vote with their feet, what is the students' goal, mastery transcript, assessment centers in business schools…
 
Episode snippets: project-based learning, team-based learning, teamwork, far transfer and near transfer, students can productively "struggle" with assignments, understanding and teaching, students doing good work on the surface but not really understanding what they are doing, value and risk of canned experiments, Coke vs. Pepsi, Ruth Ault, assessi…
 
Episode snippets: grading, students procrastinating until the end of the semester, why new collegiate hires get fired, the cultural baggage about grades, grades as a (mis)measure of worth, norm-referenced and criterion-referenced grading, the "true" curve, grading without points Check out Rob's blog: Not For Points: http://robmcentarffer.net/…
 
Episode snippets: Welcome to Season 2, no return of F2F testing for AP and IP psychology in 2021, AP psych test scores and equivalencies, is AP psych as good as or better than college intro psych?, transfer credits and questions about IB psychAv Rob McEntarffer and Eric Landrum
 
There are two key learnings in this episode - phrases we throw away in everyday life - phrases that developmental psychology, cognitive psychology and modern neuroscience suggest that we should contemplate more deeply. Or, actually, understand their life-changing significance... "It's never too late" and "there's no time like the present". Actually…
 
Fix your communication fast- for couples Have you wondered how to fix relationship communication problems? If so, this show is for you. We are going to cover: How to fix communication after it breaks down, why communication matters, and a tool to help you improve your communication as soon as today. Sticks and stones will break your bones and words…
 
Natalia prioritizes experiences over finances. She doesn’t want to miss out on life, so if she wants to visit her family, she doesn’t wait to check their budget -- she gets on a plane. Andres, on the other hand, worries about money. He remembers growing up without money and doesn't want to go back there again. He's pushing to save, invest, and anti…
 
In short what you reward in society. I've spent 3 weeks processing notes to make this a talk not a rant. Sorry Irish people swear when passionate and very honest. Book I'm reading: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50622390-just-as-i-am News articles: https://www.dublinlive.ie/news/dublin-news/dublin-pubs-capel-street-pedestrianisation-21484332?f…
 
The uses of looking at the whole and what it brings up for you. We can't simply avoid words or quotes or work left by those with darkness - we need to see what we can learn from their journey and why they behave the way they do. I use a number of Carl Jung quotes listed below. ”One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light but by ma…
 
So much is explored in this episode - but not what you think! At the outset, I talk about how what we feel, what "occurs" to us, is so much more important than what we think, how our gut instinct will look after everything for us, if only we'd let it. We explore flow and the exhilaration of living life to the full. We talk about the joy of being in…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Maya Metser from New York University in New York City, NY. Maya is the first undergraduate student to appear in a solo interview on PsychSessions, just after receiving her bachelor's degree in applied psychology. Some students struggled under pandemic conditions; Maya worked hard to thrive, completing an honors thesi…
 
An affair is like having a grenade go off in your marriage. Shockwaves stun you, the smoke makes your eyes water, while the shards tear apart your heart. Eventually, the smoke and dust settle, and you are left to pick up the pieces. Sometimes affairs end in healing and healthy relationships if the couple takes the time to clean up their relationshi…
 
Barry is a first-generation Pakistani immigrant. His wife, Maria, is also Pakistani and was born and raised in the United States. Cultural expectations are making it difficult to get aligned on their joint finances. Barry has grown up living under a set of unwritten cultural rules whereby the son is expected to take care of his parents financially.…
 
Much of my work begins in the first experience of life on earth. The first moments of a team being formed or not. We have got this seriously wrong for the future of the world during these pandemic days. This whole series of podcasts has been inspired by the Alice walker book, We are the ones we have been waiting for. https://www.goodreads.com/book/…
 
Do you trust yourself to make the right choices or decisions? How about other people, do you trust them to do what they say they'll do? Or, to put it bluntly, how can you trust a normal crazy person? When we use or minds normally we think things through using a preprogrammed patterned way of repetitive thinking (that we've been using since our chil…
 
Jessica grew up wealthy in New York City. She can't imagine her life anywhere that's not within walking distance to the coffee shop, the best schools, and her parents (who live two blocks away). Her husband, Nathaniel, is building his business and it’s been difficult getting it off the ground. For a while now, Jessica's been absorbing most finances…
 
Long-distance was the thing that taught me about bitter loneliness, and the thing that taught me about committed love and two imperfect people who refused to give up on each other.In this episode I’m going to share about my 14 month long-distance experience, as well as share some ideas from couples therapy research to help you with your long-distan…
 
What it feels like to write at the time of living but when humanity is not yet read for your words. The comments from some of the first readers of Conversations from the Core. The book on how to stop living in the labyrinth. https://www.patreon.com/posts/55196300 What if I made you deliberately go in a loop in your head? The one you say is down to …
 
Normally (and that's a bad word!) we are expert at taking steps in the wrong direction. For starters, we're very good at wasting time and energy doing meaningless stuff. But, when we're using our minds normally, it's much worse than that - we actually do wrong things, react in ways that make things worse, not better. And, even worse than that, we s…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Karen Naufel from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. Karen applies her wide range of knowledge and broad interests and skills to truly improve the world, whether that be to squash COVID in her community, teach psychology to preschoolers, study the social cognition of weather warnings, and so much more. He…
 
Give us 50 minutes and we will give you meditation tools to reduce anxiety and stress, as well as give you a mediation to use to regulate your nervous system when you are upset with your partner. Have you ever wondered… …how meditation helps people? …why meditation is important? …can meditation help anxiety? If the answer is YES, checked out this e…
 
Sheena has paid off a huge chunk of her student debt. Peter wants to plan a trip to Japan for their 10th anniversary and decorate their apartment, but Sheena’s first reaction is, “How will we afford it?” Money is one of the first things she thinks about. She thinks about it every day, even when buying toothpaste. Sheena is clearly terrified of mone…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
Yes. I said banish - not manage or find some stress relief. It takes just one simple step and that step has been staring you in the face, hiding in full view, since the 1980s (and actually a couple of thousand years). And you don't just need to rid your life of stress so that you can be a bit happier. When you choose to be stressed (yes, it is a ch…
 
John has a lot of debt. Wendy knew about the $450k he owed when they started their relationship, over ten years ago, but she only found out what the current number is the day before their call with me – and the number has gone up! She wants to help him pay it off but he refuses to allow it. John insists that everything is under control, but Wendy d…
 
What causes infidelity? It might not be what you think. In this episode we are going over the early warning signs of infidelity using examples from the TV show Sex Life. We explore things you can do to protect your relationship from infidelity. The difference between influence and choice. We cover John and Julie Gottman’s theory on affairs. Link to…
 
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