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Ever wonder what therapists talk about over coffee? We are clinical psychologists who take a fresh look at psychology. In this podcast, you will get a glimpse into the books on our bedside tables, the research we apply in practice, and the behavioral principles we use to thrive in our own lives. Whether you work in the field of psychology or are just curious to learn more, please join us for Psychologists Off The Clock.

Psychologists Off The Clock: A Psychology Podcast About The Science And Practice Of Living Well Diana Hill, Debbie Sorensen, & Yael Schonbrun talk about psychology, health, and wellbeing using evidence-based approaches to behavior change

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    • 4.5, 82 Ratings

Ever wonder what therapists talk about over coffee? We are clinical psychologists who take a fresh look at psychology. In this podcast, you will get a glimpse into the books on our bedside tables, the research we apply in practice, and the behavioral principles we use to thrive in our own lives. Whether you work in the field of psychology or are just curious to learn more, please join us for Psychologists Off The Clock.

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4.5 out of 5
82 Ratings

82 Ratings

IListens ,

THANK YOU for bringing attention to disability as a form of diversity.

As an art therapist writing my thesis on the impact my disability (and consequently the presence of my seizure alert dogs) in art therapy sessions, impacts transference and the therapeutic relationship.

I find the most difficult aspect of disability as a diversity is due to the stigmatism associated with different disabilities. While we can be made up of literally any population, class, race, gender identity, and so forth, we are, despite the shared experience of disability, divided by our more prominently expected classifications.

We don’t know how to accommodate disabled people into education in this field. I was told by one university to apply again when I no longer need my service dog. While this is heartbreaking it’s is frustrating and after years I am still unable to move past this injustice. I have always wanted a disabled therapist so someone would just KNOW what I mean when I talk about disability related issues.
Rhoda Olkin is the author we most frequently look to in educating new psychologists, but we need a voice, as Olkin’s article “Could you hold the door for me? Including disability in diversity” points very clearly to. Also multi ability rooms replacing replacing disability rooms only shames us further as a culture.

whatbirdsplungethrough ,

Love it

This is such a great, casual, accessible discussion of contemporary ideas in psychology. I’m not a professional but I am a researcher and this podcast provides vocabulary, history, and perspectives that inform my journey.

Mhdez_Official ,

Everyone must listen to this!

This podcast and its brilliant concept is a game-changer for society. It’s an excellent gateway source for deeper understanding of psychology and mental health issues, as well as an insightful toolbox for acquiring the mental health tools to relieve some mild-moderate everyday stressful situations. I tune in for every episode and hope you will too. It is the self-help concept brought to the podcast world! To the three hosts, thanks for teaching me new tools and helping me bring awareness to the tools I already possess. -Moises H.

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