Season 3 Episode 14
It's the first part of my conversation with Suzanne Tarrant. Suzanne is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Head of Staff Psychological Wellbeing Service for Hywel Dda University Health Board in Wales.
Hear about Suzanne's background and career as well as the establishment of the Staff Psychological Wellbeing Service. Suzanne explains how they've incorporated ACT and the impact of the training. I love Suzanne's interest in what works and what can truly make a difference in the long term.
Suzanne also shares some fascinating aspects of their approach to the training, including the delivery model, how they encourage attendance and refresh the skills.
We finish part one with a brilliant takeaway on how to take a biophilic approach to your breaks at work - even if they're micro-breaks.
The wonderful photo of Suzanne was taken at a recent Reconnect in Nature event in the woods where she was leading a nature connection session. The photo was taken by Mike Erskine (one of the founding directors of Reconnect in Nature and a filmmaker)
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Season 3 Episode 30
P-Soupers – this week – it’s part one of my chat with clinical psychologist and fabulous human, Dr Ray Owen.
We cover loads in our …
Season 3 Episode 29
It’s part 2 of my conversation with Dr Shane McLoughlin.
In this episode we really delve into Shane’s research on the impact of SMART Training – first of all – what is it? …
Season 3 Episode 28
It was great to welcome Shane to People Soup. Blimey what an interesting fella.
He's currently a lecturer at Liverpool John Moores …
Season 3 Episode 27
P-Soupers – this week we have an experimental episode – it started with a conversation with Louise Gardner – aka – my ACT Auntie and your ACT Auntie – where we were …
Season 3 Episode 26
Or...All about Organisational Flexibility.
I’m starting with a quote from Walt Whitman today –
“I am large, I contain …
Season 3 Episode 25
Today's episode is part 1 of my conversation with Dr Annie Gascoyne. Annie’s PhD research explored psychological flexibility AND …