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The Art and Science of Attachment-Focused EMDR. Dr Laurel Parnell
Dr Parnell is an EMDR therapist, educator and author based in the US. Her work harnesses the potential of EMDR protocols to serve the needs of each individual client and help heal deep trauma.
How Emotional Intelligence Revolutionised Psychology. Dr Daniel Goleman
Clinical Psychologist and author of the book Emotional Intelligence, Dr. Daniel Goleman transformed the way the world educates children, relates to family and friends, and conducts business. The concept of EI is now taken for granted, but without it we would not have developed modern treatment modes such as Schema Therapy and DBT. His work has been twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and he has been ranked as one of the 10 most influential business thinkers by the Wall Street Journal. He speaks here to Dr Lisa Chantler.
Psychoanalysis in Modern Clinical Practice - Nancy McWilliams
Prof Nancy McWilliams reminds us that amongst the pool of third wave therapies, we do well not to overlook the foundational tools of Psychoanalysis to bring help to people suffering severe personality disorders
Creative Psychology with Tricky Kids- Andrew Fuller
Rather than weigh down the families of kids with Psychological problems with even more medical labels, Melbourne Psychologist Andrew Fuller often likes to sum them up as "Tricky Kids" (and tricky adults too). He brings warmth, good humour and creativity to his family work, and shares his ideas in numerous books, podcasts and media appearances.
The "Innovation in Clinical Practice" Conference, Brisbane 2022
In this 5 minute "mini-episode" Matt Cartwright asks Angelo Contarino what Psychologists can expect from the "Innovation in Clinical Practice" Conference in May 2022
Decolonising Psychology, with Dr Paul Rhodes
Decolonising Psychology, with Dr Paul Rhodes by Clinically Thinking
So interesting to hear the views of a psychoanalyst after being immersed in the CBT world for much of my training and practice. Particularly her views on looking for the areas that work well in all modalities. What are the common factors across modality that well? Plus her reinforcing views of the over arching importance of the therapeutic relationship as the key factor in therapy.
Talking to 3 clinical psychology registrars
I thought that asking why these 3 psychologists had chosen clinical psychology is a strange question. In my state WA, clinical psychologists are in high demand and basically can work in any field. The best students become clinical psychologists. The rest choose the other fields. Department of Health, department of child protection, department of justice etc are basically employing clinical psychologists.
I chose the best master because I could.
An excellent podcast that is stretching my skills as a student of psychology by hearing experts in the field discuss a range of topics. The most recent podcast interviewing psychology registrars was particularly beneficial.