The Psychology of Clear Thinking and Dealing with Personal Challenges
Dr Jay Spence is a leading Clinical Psychologist
who has completed a Bachelor of Psychology with Honours at the University of Sydney and holds a Master of Clinical Psychology and a PhD from Macquarie University. Jay is a specialist in the area of anxiety and depression, two psychological conditions that affect around 1 in 4 people. This is a compelling and topical discussion with tangible suggestions we can use for ourselves and others to deal with these two debilitating conditions.
Here's what we cover off this week with Dr Jay Spence:
- How is stress having an impact on our lives?
- Based on Jay’s own PHD studies, how are the treatments for clinical anxiety and depression changing?
- How the internet is going to have an effect on how we deal with people’s clinical treatments?
- Powerful questions to ask to see whether we or someone we know is suffering depression or anxiety in our day?
- What do we mean when we say "intervention"?
- Is stress in our day becoming the norm?
- How do we get behind the shield to be able to help someone else who you believe has a challenge and may need a hand? Ask…..RU OK…. then …..what?
- A powerful default question for yourself "Is this thought really helpful"?
- How do we practise true mindfulness?
- Practical steps to achieve mindfulness
- How to take control of our own thoughts?
- What has Jay eliminated from his world that has had the most profound effect?
- We talk about journaling
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