Check out some fascinating TED Talks from some noted psychologists on various topics ranging from the nature of evil to the secrets of happiness.

Check out some fascinating TED Talks from some noted psychologists on various topics ranging from the nature of evil to the secrets of happiness.

By @SimonCocking Describe the company – the elevator pitch POWR is an eHealth wellbeing tool that simulates a face-to-face consultation with an occupational health psychologist. A collaboration between Imagine Health (clinical psychologists) and Groupschemes (employee engagement software developers), it’s the first software of its kind in Europe. Users assess six key areas of wellbeing, utilise [ ]

By @SimonCocking Describe the company – the elevator pitch POWR is an eHealth wellbeing tool that simulates a face-to-face consultation with an occupational health psychologist. A collaboration between Imagine Health (clinical psychologists) and Groupschemes (employee engagement software developers), it’s the first software of its kind in Europe. Users assess six key areas of wellbeing, utilise [ ]

How to Build Mental Strength (Even If You’re Overwhelmed) #AmyMorin #resilience #CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

How to Build Mental Strength (Even If You’re Overwhelmed) #AmyMorin #resilience #CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dr. Mitch Abblett, clinical psychologist and the Executive Director of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy suggests that basic meditation practice isn’t so straightforward “for people whose anxiety boxes them in”. “People need much more than the unintended condescension to “just let go”—they need the validation of the urgency their suffering creates for their mindfulness practice, as well as a structure for accessing practice when pain is most of what they’ve known. Individuals…

Dr. Mitch Abblett, clinical psychologist and the Executive Director of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy suggests that basic meditation practice isn’t so straightforward “for people whose anxiety boxes them in”. “People need much more than the unintended condescension to “just let go”—they need the validation of the urgency their suffering creates for their mindfulness practice, as well as a structure for accessing practice when pain is most of what they’ve known. Individuals…

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