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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.
 
The Positive Behaviour Podcast brings to you some of the most practical applications of positive psychology and ways to develop positive behaviour. Vinesh Sukumaran, who is a Positive Psychologist and the author of the book From Behaviour To Wellbeing shares his insights through every episode of this podcast. It combines cutting edge research in positive psychology with Vinesh's real-world experience as a Forbes Coaches Council Member and a sought-after consultant in the areas of Organizatio ...
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
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On Her Best Behaviour

Daria Dolgodvorova & Ksenia Burenko

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Follow along Daria Dolgodvorova and Ksenia Burenko, two girls in their late twenties trying to balance it all while disrupting the concept of being "on her best behaviour" and acting "lady like". Tune in every Wednesday to hear discussions on career, side hustles, friendships and, of course, relationships. Find us on Instagram @onherbestbehaviour for more fun and inspiring content.
 
Are you a teacher, a SENCo or a school leader? Want research-backed strategies for supporting students who find it hard to manage their emotions or behaviour? Want practical ways of supporting pupils with special needs like autism, ADHD, FASD or attachment disorder? Want tried-and-tested classroom management strategies that will work with that ‘tricky class’? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the School Behaviour Secrets podcast where we’ll answer ALL these questions and so much mor ...
 
A podcast for parents and professionals supporting Neuro-diverse children and young people, focusing mainly on those with Neurodivergence such as being Autistic and having Attention differences. Host Sam Harris has been supporting Neurodivergent children and young people and there families for 15 years and his training courses and support to families over the years has been highly acclaimed. He believes that the best way to understand and learn about Neurodiversity, is to meet different peop ...
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
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. ...
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Challenging Behaviours is a podcast where Jack, Tom and occasionally Adam aim to challenge behaviours towards disability. The fellas have a wide range of different experience, and talk over a wide range of subjects. www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com You can tweet us @challengingpod or Tom @rapidrhyno123 or Jack @waspskillbears you can email us at challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
Hello and welcome to The Behaviour Project, a podcast where we explore ideas to help you make better choices and decisions at work. I'm your host Shyam Sadasivan. I am a Behaviour Science geek, and a passionate curator of stories of people doing what they love. In this podcast, I talk about real life experiences in changing human behaviour, connect to learnings from academic research, and offer you practical actions you may consider for yourself. For more information or to get in touch with ...
 
Trivia, Tips, Troubles and Tales of why some leaders thrive whilst others struggle. Learning how your brain works enables you to quickly adapt your thinking and behaviour to be a better leader, to successfully influence others more easily and to UnLock your own Talent, UnStuck your Potential to UnLeash Performance. John is a Behavioural Neuroscience Expert, an inspirational coach and trainer leveraging behavioural neuroscience to empower business leaders and improve the bottom line.
 
Podcast Channel Description: Hi there, welcome to the relaunched version of my podcast, "Pooja what is this behaviour?" named after your favourite worldwide viral meme. This time I have joined forces with hubhopper to make the most of the intimate medium of audio. Together we are making this podcast, 'bigger','better','bolder'.From personal stories, to intriguing conversations with fans and celebrities, to doling out advice for my listeners, I am going to cover the whole spectrum in my podca ...
 
An interview with Dr. Maxine Reardon-DeButte, Associate Professor of Psychology at West Texas A&M University. Dr. DeButte holds a doctorate in psychology & neuroscience and teaches on various topics within these areas.Dr. DeButte is with us today to see if we can uncover what is underneath this escalating issue facing society worldwide with our teen deaths due to drug overdoses.
 
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It isn’t easy to start and run a business at any age in life. But here’s someone who got into a family business in his teens and started and ran a couple of others after that. And he’s still not done. All this while having time to do some other things that really mattered to him like learning Salsa and competing in the World Salsa Congress, spendin…
 
When faced with a challenge, where do you find the insight to move your life forward? Last year, over fifteen million books were sold in the self-help genre.1 That doesn’t account for the videos, courses, and workshops that fuel this multibillion-dollar industry. Include business and diet books, and that number balloons to over $1.7 billion spent o…
 
In this episode, Sarah and Merle speak with Saransh Sharma: a behavioural strategist at Final Mile consulting with 6+ years of experience in research and design. We discuss how behavioural science can be used to address some big problems (i.e. sanitation, HIV testing, etc.), the challenges of applying behavioural science without truly understanding…
 
We all go through insecure times in our lives. Unfortunately for many of us we deal with this in ways that make our lives worse off. Ideally we want to get through these time in the healthiest way possible. In this episode I share my approach to healthily dealing with my insecure times.Av Bevan James Eyles
 
If you're working with a child who has difficulty regulating their emotions, over-reacts to situations, or finds it hard to concentrate, then it might be they were affected by early trauma in their life. In this episode, we explore how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) actually change the way the brain functions, resulting in highly anxious or d…
 
On this episode we chat with Adelya (@adeli_suley) about her mental health journey and being diagnosed with clinical depression. Unfortunately, the topic of mental health is still a taboo in our lives and that's why this episode is so important to us and our community. We wanted to break down the stigma around seeking help, taking anti-depressants …
 
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…
 
The BIS-pod is no more! Long live the Neurodive pod!Another great episode where I [Sam Harris in case you didn't know that bit] get to speak to the awesome Tigger Pritchard. Ignore the first few minutes as this was recorded a few months back in my transition from BISnet the Neurodive and Running Deer, so had to hold it back until I knew I would be …
 
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of psychotherapists were forced to migrate their practice to teletherapy or secure video. While many have embraced this new mode of practice and have even found enhancements to their delivery of therapy, others are eager to return to the office or adopt a hybrid model. Dr. Hannah Zeavin, author o…
 
You’ve surely heard the protest chant: “What do we want? “[Insert social change here.]” “When do we want it?” “NOW!” But imagine walking by a protest and hearing this: “What do we want?” “We’re not really sure!” “When do we want it?” “Whenever you get around to it is fine! Thank you!” Doesn’t have the same ring to it. You can read the NirAndFar blo…
 
For this episode of Questioning Behaviour, Sarah and Merle interview Lenka Fiala. Lenka managed to transition from her PhD in Tilberg to an Assistant Professorship at Nova (Lisbon, Portugal). She explains her journey, the perks of knowing what you want early on, and tells us more about the research she is currently doing. With loads of tips on time…
 
While trauma perpetuated by traumatic loss or imminent threat to one’s life is familiar and salient to most psychotherapists, the pervasiveness & severity of trauma precipitated by "moral injury" experienced during and/or after a trauma is frequently underestimated and overlooked as a factor that can exacerbate and/or maintain PTSD. Internationally…
 
Many children are affected by the mental health needs of their parents - whether that impact is emotional, or having to become more self-sufficient at an early age. And some even find the roles of child and adult have swapped - and they've become the carer for their parent. So how do we help them cope with that emotional pressure and succeed in sch…
 
Recently, as I was clearing the dinner table, I asked my daughter if she could wash the dishes. “I was going to, Dad,” she said. “But now that you’ve asked me to, I don’t want to anymore.” I should have known better. This was a classic example of psychological reactance. You can read the NirAndFar blog post on: The Real Reason Why You Sabotage Your…
 
In this episode of the QB pod, Sarah and Merle get a chance to talk with Etinosa Agbonlahor about being an applied financial behavioural economist in the private sector (phew!). Etinosa is a behavioural research scientist at Fidelity Investments and has previously worked as a behavioural scientist for the Commonwealth Bank in Australia. We discuss …
 
While self-care is widely acknowledged as being critical to effective and sustainable engagement in the provision of mental health services, it is an area of focus that is frequently neglected by mental health professionals for a variety of complex reasons. Co-founders of the website Intentional Therapist, Drs. Karen Dyck & Melissa Tieseen, return …
 
Is it time for you to quit a certain area of your life? We are looking at areas that aren’t necessarily bad for you, they can be ones that offered a lot of value in the past but now don’t provide any growth of development. In this episode we dig deep into this, so you can keep growing and evolving yourself as time goes on.…
 
Many teachers and parents are worried about the effects of social media on their children. Whether it's negative comments, becoming obsessed with friend counts, dealing with trolling or chasing likes, the world of social media is piling up new pressures on our students like never before. In this week's episode, we speak to Claire Orange, expert and…
 
To-do lists are supposed to keep us on task. It turns out they do the opposite. I’ve written about the many reasons why. To regain focus and be more productive, it’s far better to create a weekly schedule using a technique called “timeboxing“. You can’t say you got distracted unless you know what you got distracted from. That is, without knowing ho…
 
In this episode of the QB podcast, Sarah and Merle speak with another early career researcher, Essi Kujansuu, about her experience getting into the PhD, switching topics after 1 year, and how she navigated the job market (even though self-promotion is tough for the Finnish!)... Essi is an experimental economist, interested in fairness and choice ar…
 
In many contexts - both in-person and online - it can often feel like reasonable behaviour, the ability to constructively disagree, and basic kindness are in short supply. Award-winning science journalist and author, Melissa Wenner Moyer, joins us to discuss some of the themes in her new book How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes. In this discussio…
 
Creating positive whole school behaviour change can feel like swimming upstream. But what if there was a basic formula for achieving success? In this episode, we speak to Gavin Oattes, who's worked with some of the biggest organisations in the world on personal development. He reveals the process he uses with schools to drive positive change - star…
 
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…
 
On this episode, we chat with our OG follower and the girl boss behind Wiara Clothing, Nina Duong. This 21 year old babe, started off her college in pre-med and quickly realized that it wasn't making her happy. Nina then decided to pursue her passion in fashion and launched her own e-commerce clothing brand! We talk about balancing relationships, s…
 
There’s a much more effective way to conquer your vices. In Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, there’s a scene where a magical plant called Devil’s Snare captures Harry, Ron, and Hermoine. The vines wrap around their bodies like hungry pythons as they struggle to escape. “You have to relax,” Hermione tells the other two. “If you don’t, it’ll…
 
In this ep of the QB pod, Sarah and Merle speak with Katy Milkman about her new book "How to Change"! We delve deeper into what inspired Katy to write a book and explore what it was like for her to actually write it! We also talk about some of Katy's most current academic work and particularly the evidence for incentivising vaccination. Finding Kat…
 
FASD (Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) is a condition that's estimated to affect as many as autism, can lead to emotional and behaviour issues in the classroom, but can be very difficult to identify. So how can we recognise - and support - children with the condition? In today's School Behaviour Secrets, we explode some of the myths about FASD, lo…
 
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…
 
You can create some powerful motivation hacks by learning techniques from the persuasion business. The reason why you hate being micromanaged by your boss is the same reason why, as a kid, you refused to put your coat on when your mom told you to bundle up. We’re all wired with a knee-jerk “don’t tell me what to do!” response called psychological r…
 
Here at the Questioning Behaviour podcast, we have curated a sub-series of episodes focused on the lives and experiences of early career researchers (ECR) who have recently completed a Behavioural Science PhD. Our first guest of the ECR sub-series is Natalie J Hallinger -Director of Behavioural Science at Litterati. Natalie has a background in clin…
 
If you're working with a pupil who has difficulties with their emotions and behaviour, there may be an issue with their sensory processing. Sensory needs aren't exclusive to children with autism - and they actually impact on a wide range of children in our schools. In this week's episode, we speak to expert, author and occupational therapist Lindse…
 
They met on a holiday in Cyprus and fell in love at first sight. After only spending a day together, Olga (@olgakiener_) and her then future husband were separated as he had to go back to Switzerland. Four months later, he flew in to see her in Russia and confess his feelings. What turned out to be NOT a proposal was the beginning of their story! J…
 
People get influenced and inspired in an instant and sometimes that influence and inspiration can last weeks, months, years or even a lifetime. While Aadarsh Hariharan’s early influences of Nietzsche and Hermann Hesse among others embedded ideas that shaped his thinking, he shares in this interview the other lessons that he learnt through rich life…
 
To kick off Season 3 of the Questioning Behaviour podcast, Sarah and Merle speak to the one and only Cass Sunstein. Cass is the co-author of Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness (2008) alongside Richard Thaler. In this episode, we discuss Cass’ book writing career, his "meet cute" with Richard Thaler, and how a law backgro…
 
In this episode I break down how you can have your best ‘lived experience’ in your day to day life. This is about you having the emotional states you love in your daily life, so you get the most of what life has to offer.Av Bevan James Eyles
 
Sometimes it can be hard to pin down what causes students to behave in a challenging way. Which means that our support strategies are unlikely to be effective - and those behaviours persist (or get worse). In today's episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we share 3 overlooked factors that can cause challenging classroom behaviour. We explain what th…
 
In this episode, Ben chats with Wes Lowery, a managing partner with TeamABA where he focuses on Sport Behaviour Analytics. This episode was fun to record in that the discussion centred around areas outside of behaviour support and autism. Wes’ passion for working in this sector is infectious and really opens your mind to so many other applications …
 
In my review of The Social Dilemma, I challenged the filmmakers’ rather extreme view that huge swaths of people are “addicted to technology,” that social media is like a dangerous drug that’s hijacking people’s brains, and that big tech companies are trapping people in something akin to The Matrix movie. In response, I got some colorful comments, s…
 
Welcome to the Joy at Work Podcast with me, Dr John Kenworthy. In this guide we're learning the: Four questions every leader should be asking, if they want to improve performance. Introduction Improved performance requires growth. And without growth, our career is doomed to stagnation and eventual death. Am I exaggerating? Well, stop watering your …
 
On this episode finale of Season 1, we chat about what's been going on in our lives: work, relationships, self-improvement. This is not a goodbye! This is meet the ever evolving us: since the only constant in life is change. We want to thank you all for your continuous support and introduce our new upload schedule of every other Wednesday. We also …
 
Ben sits down with his former BCBA supervisor, Hilary McClinton, who later mentored in him for his own supervision practice to discuss her approach to supervision and mentorship using ACT principles. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: RASP List - British Columbia’s Registry of Autism Service Providers: ht…
 
When I recently came across the headline “The World’s Most Influential Values, In One Graphic,” I couldn’t help but click–a good data visualization is like catnip for me. The chart, compiled by global research company Valuegraphics, shows the results of 500,000 surveys, across 152 languages, about what people think are common values. A few of the a…
 
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