Emotional Wellbeing

Little Treatments, Big Effects with Dr. Jessica Schleider

As we pursue the radical reimagining of Ireland, and the world’s, mental health frameworks, we must be open minded to new ideas and treatment models. In this episode, Niall is joined by Dr. Jessica Schleider, Founding Director of the Lab for Scalable Mental Health and author of ‘Little Treatments, Big Effects’. Jessica’s mission is to […]

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Simple Ways to Feel Great Every Day with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Medical doctors are waking up to the importance of happiness, partly prompted by the work of people like Rangan Chatterjee. Dr Chatterjee is Professor of Health Education and Communication, the host of the hit podcast ‘Feel Better, Live More’ and author of five best-selling books including Happy Mind, Happy Life: 10 Simple Ways to Feel Great Every Day.

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Recovering from a Challenging Childhood: Reclaim, Resupply and Repair

Dr. Rick and Forrest explore a huge topic: what can we do to recover from a difficult childhood as an adult? Rick introduces a three step process that can help us reclaim our past, identify the key needs we have these days, and internalize related positive experiences. They discuss related tools from psychology like releasing

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The Therapy Room – Forgive, not Forget with Louize Carrol and Dr. Tony Bates

There are many phases to move through when processing a difficult event or experience in your life. A good therapist will guide you as you encounter difficult emotions, learn to really feel them and then let them go. One of the most difficult and sometimes resisted parts of this process is forgiveness. Niall is joined

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Parental Anxiety: ‘Does my child need an assessment?’

On this episode, the final of this season, I am joined by clinical psychologist Dr. Claire Conlon (The Caterpillar Clinic) for a very specific conversation that I hope will be useful for those among you who are parents. This mirrors my own current experience, and my last year and a half. It’s about the overwhelming

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The Comfort Trap (With Guided Meditation)

Dealing with uncomfortable situations, conversations and feelings can be incredibly difficult and make us want to run for the hills, but getting comfortable with discomfort is one of the most empowering things you can do for yourself. Having just presented at his first academic conference in Trinity College, Niall became engulfed by uncomfortable feelings when

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Emotional Eating and Changing Your Relationship with Food with Dr. Jud Brewer

There are as many ways to have a difficult relationship with food as there are ways to eat. It’s hard to get conversations about these challenges right, but today we’re taking the plunge and exploring the habit of eating when we’re not hungry with psychiatrist Dr. Jud Brewer. Dr. Rick, Forrest, and Dr. Jud start

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