10 episodes

The Self Help Podcast is a weekly podcast dedicated to your emotional health and wellbeing brought to you by Live in the Present. Each week entrepreneur Edward Lamb talks to psychotherapist Sean Orford about all things interesting. Why self help? Well, what makes we human beings tick? Why are some more susceptible to depression, anxiety, etc. than others? Why does Sean help more people in the Winter than the Summer? So many questions and so little time! Ultimately, the aim of The Self Help Podcast is to help our listeners to become better human beings.

The Self Help Podcast Live in the Present

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 142 Ratings

The Self Help Podcast is a weekly podcast dedicated to your emotional health and wellbeing brought to you by Live in the Present. Each week entrepreneur Edward Lamb talks to psychotherapist Sean Orford about all things interesting. Why self help? Well, what makes we human beings tick? Why are some more susceptible to depression, anxiety, etc. than others? Why does Sean help more people in the Winter than the Summer? So many questions and so little time! Ultimately, the aim of The Self Help Podcast is to help our listeners to become better human beings.

    TSHP414: Do you feel like an imposter?

    TSHP414: Do you feel like an imposter?

    

    What's Coming This Episode?

    Self doubt seems to be the new lockdown lurgy. I have working with so many people who over lockdown that have lost their self confidence. The fear of going back to the workplace can make people feel vulnerable. Let's talk about self doubt and how to manage and overcome it.



    Enjoy the show, it's The Self Help Podcast!

    Show Notes and Links



    Here's Sean's blog post for the week



    Stay in Touch

    We're all over the web, so feel free to stay in touch:



    Follow Live in the Present on Twitter and Facebook for daily doses of inspiration

    Follow presenter Edward Lamb on Twitter

    Follow therapist Sean Orford on Facebook and Twitter

    Subscribe to our weekly podcast on iTunes



    Leave us an Honest Review on iTunes

    We'd be amazingly grateful if you could leave us a review on iTunes. It will really help us to build our audience. So, if your like what you hear (and would like to hear more great free content) then visit our iTunes page and leave us an honest review (all feedback gratefully received!).

    • 33 min
    TSHP413: Retail Therapy After Lockdown

    TSHP413: Retail Therapy After Lockdown

    Life is returning to 'normal' in the UK and a wall of cash is ready to hit the high street from those that are fortunate enough to have savings from the past year. What makes us want to spend, and what precautions should we take to keep our money out of the hands of scammers?



    Enjoy the show, it's The Self Help Podcast!

    • 30 min
    TSHP412: Time to Rebuild Community

    TSHP412: Time to Rebuild Community

    What's Coming This Episode?

    The pandemic has brought us some tremendous lows, but it did also give rise to some fantastic community action. As our worlds shrunk, we were forced to explore our neighbourhoods and reconnect with our neighbours. How can we harness that before life returns to 'normal'?



    Enjoy the show, it's The Self Help Podcast!

    Show Notes and Links



    Here's Sean's blog post for the week



    Resource of the Week



    Sean asked listeners to dig out those address books and reach out to distant friends and family

    Ed revisited this famous TED Talk that talks about the suburbs, architecture and citizenship



    Stay in Touch

    We're all over the web, so feel free to stay in touch:



    Follow Live in the Present on Twitter and Facebook for daily doses of inspiration

    Follow presenter Edward Lamb on Twitter

    Follow therapist Sean Orford on Facebook and Twitter

    Subscribe to our weekly podcast on iTunes



    Leave us an Honest Review on iTunes

    We'd be amazingly grateful if you could leave us a review on iTunes. It will really help us to build our audience. So, if your like what you hear (and would like to hear more great free content) then visit our iTunes page and leave us an honest review (all feedback gratefully received!).

    • 24 min
    TSHP411: Why do we no longer trust our sense of smell?

    TSHP411: Why do we no longer trust our sense of smell?

    Our sense of smell evolved to tell us about the world around us. We could tell if something had gone off, was dangerous or poisonous. It told us about other people and about ourselves. Most of all our sense of smell evolved to keep us safe. So what's gone wrong? We cover our smells with strange potions and wash away oils that our body produces daily.



    Enjoy the show, it's The Self Help Podcast!

    • 36 min
    TSHP410: Coming Out Of Hibernation

    TSHP410: Coming Out Of Hibernation

    Lockdown is ending the UK and we're all coming out of our shells. Some are doing it quickly and some are being far more cautious. What should we be thinking about as we emerge back onto our high streets and into the gardens (and homes, eventually) of friends and family?



    Enjoy the show, it's The Self Help Podcast!

    • 33 min
    TSHP409: A Path Travelled continued, with special guest Alison Blackler

    TSHP409: A Path Travelled continued, with special guest Alison Blackler

    We were delighted to welcome back Alison Blackler to the show. Alison is a transformational mind coach, facilitator and author. Her unique approach helps individuals and teams to explore, recognise and understand why we think like we do. She describes herself as having a powerful toolkit to help to uncover the root of challenges.



    Enjoy the show and take care, it’s The Self Help Podcast!

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
142 Ratings

142 Ratings

ABhopeful ,

Loving these podcasts

Always find myself listening to these podcasts in the middle of the night when I can’t sleep . Really inspirational - helps me with my anxiety and makes me feel positive . Thank you for the work that you do . Angela x

NurseSusieB ,

Listening in....always a positive experience.

These podcasts are an easy listen and in my week, provide a place to stop, focus a little and stop the chattering of the mind.
Always helpful and I’d happily recommend.

Matthewskank ,

Insightful and helpful

Yourself and Sean give very good insight and tips on improving mental health. Your contrast in backgrounds and personalities makes for great discussion. Been listening to you guys for years now and it has helped me massively. Ignore the complaints of sound quality as the quality of content shines through. Keep up the good work!

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