Psychologist Nick Wignall interviews experts in the fields of psychology, mental health, and human potential to better understand how the mind works and how we can make it work for us to improve our lives in practical, meaningful ways.
Emotional Processing with Emma McAdam
How to process difficult emotions in a healthy way with Emma McAdam.
The Science of Personality Change with Dr. Christian Jarrett
Dr. Christian Jarrett joins Nick to discuss the science of personality change and to what extent we can deliberately modify our own personality.
Better Sleep with Insomnia Coach Martin Reed
Insomnia coach Martin Reed joins Nick on the show to talk about what it really takes to get better sleep.
Sensitive Strivers and Imposter Syndrome with Melody Wilding
Leadership coach Melody Wilding joins Nick to talk about overcoming imposter syndrome and how to thrive as a sensitive striver.
The Dangers of Fad Psychology with Jesse Singal
Science journalist Jesse Singal joins me on the show to talk about the dangers of fad psychology, including myths and misconceptions about positive psychology, the self-esteem movement, deceptive media coverage of popular behavioral science research, the replication crisis in academic psychology, and more.
Designing Better Conversations with Fred Dust
Designer and author Fred Dust joins me on the show to discuss how we can use principles from design to have better, more impactful conversations.
So many important topics and interesting insights from experts in these conversations.
This podcast has been excellent for my mental health. I am dealing with personal struggles and adapting to a life after divorce, so these topics have been extremely helpful
For the curious
Nick brings really interesting people to the podcast and interviews them in a really intelligent and respectful way. I think it is always a nice podcast to listen to for practical tips on ever-day life struggles. Besides, he likes to bring some humor to all his topics so that its easy to relate and learn. Thank you Nick!
(I also loove the newsletter and always look forward to it)