23 episodes

Deep Trouble explores long-form conversations with artists, writers, celebrities, scientists, historians and other public figures, interviewed by an expert versed in therapeutic techniques based upon the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Socratic Questioning.

Following on from Trouble's Social Work interview format, the Deep Trouble podcast, delves deep into the psychological underpinnings of the guests in an attempt to find the signs, events, meanings and narratives that have informed their public, creative and private lives.

Amazing interviews with Rev. Tim Costello, acclaimed Cancer Scientist Jennifer Byrne, moral philosopher Peter Singer and MORE.

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    • 5.0, 8 Ratings

Deep Trouble explores long-form conversations with artists, writers, celebrities, scientists, historians and other public figures, interviewed by an expert versed in therapeutic techniques based upon the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Socratic Questioning.

Following on from Trouble's Social Work interview format, the Deep Trouble podcast, delves deep into the psychological underpinnings of the guests in an attempt to find the signs, events, meanings and narratives that have informed their public, creative and private lives.

Amazing interviews with Rev. Tim Costello, acclaimed Cancer Scientist Jennifer Byrne, moral philosopher Peter Singer and MORE.

    Rachel Menzies : Death to Everyone

    Rachel Menzies : Death to Everyone

    In conversation with Rachel Menzies, a psychologist at the University of Sydney whose research focusses on the association between death anxiety and psychopathology. We discuss the role of death anxiety during the COVID19 pandemic, Terror Management Theory and the psychological benefits of contemplating daily your inevitable demise.

    • 51 min
    Peter Doherty : COVID 19 - The Crown

    Peter Doherty : COVID 19 - The Crown

    In conversation with Laureate Professor Peter Doherty who shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in medicine for his discoveries about transplantations and 'killer' T cell immunity. We discuss the COVID19 pandemic in terms of how SARS-CoV-2 infects cells, the case against trying to develop herd immunity as well as the likelihood and timeline for vaccine development.

    • 58 min
    Peter Hylands - Cowboy Conservationist

    Peter Hylands - Cowboy Conservationist

    In this episode we are in conversation with Peter Hylands, an accomplished publisher, film producer, writer and conservationist. For many years Peter and his wife Andrea have been engaging viewers and readers around the globe via their new media broadcasting company Creative Cowboy. Peter and Andrea make crucial, unique content about art and culture and nature, frequently working with first nations people and in some of the remotest places on earth.

    • 58 min
    Peter Singer: The Life You Can Save (May Be Your Own)

    Peter Singer: The Life You Can Save (May Be Your Own)

    In conversation with Prof. Peter Singer in regards to the 10th anniversary edition of his book The Life You Can Save and his foundation of the same name. We discuss his views on moral philosophy, his Foundation's aim to promote highly effective charities in their work, attempting to help alleviate suffering in the world's poorest countries, the psychology of giving, and whether true altruism actually exists.

    • 57 min
    Mehmet Ozalp : The History & Philosophy of Islam

    Mehmet Ozalp : The History & Philosophy of Islam

    In conversation with Associate Professor of Islamic studies and the founding director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation (CISAC) at CSU, Mehmet Ozalp, in regards to the history of Islam's Golden Age and the contribution of Islamic philosophy to Western culture, the challenges Islam faces in developing its own modernity in the 21st century as well as how to best interpret some of the more controversial passages of the Koran.

    • 59 min
    The Psychology & Politics of Hate

    The Psychology & Politics of Hate

    In conversation with Professor Stephen Croucher about the aftermath of the Christchurch shootings, the rise of White Supremacist groups in Europe, and the psychology and politics of hate.

    • 57 min

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An amazingly engaging podcast

Deep, yet nuanced and fun.

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Top quality content. Brave discussions on important topics. Great work!

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