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Crappy to Happy
Crappy to Happy is the podcast for people on the move who may be feeling low in energy, mood or motivation and can't figure out exactly why. Cass Dunn, a clinical psychologist, chats with interesting and inspiring guests to help listeners find the root of the reasons why they may not be performing at their best. She helps them discover practical ways to make impactful changes to feel happier, more energetic, and more confident. The show addresses topics such as escaping the cult of "busy", overcoming emotional eating, taming self-criticism & perfectionism, achieving goals and ending...
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4.8 stars from 1,015 ratings
Intelligent and trustworthy
This is my favourite self help podcast. The presenter is well educated and take a mature approach when selecting interviewees and discussing sensitive topics. I trust the information provided in these podcasts and have purchased the books of the people she has interviewed so I can apply their...Read full review »
Sheryl-lee via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/14/21
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I can not recommend this pod cast enough. I was feeling out of sorts for months, trying different things :doctors, kinesiology, yoga, tai chi. But listening to this pod cast, made me feel not alone and gave great ways to feel crappy to happy !! Thank you Cass and all your guests. Keep up the...Read full review »
Niss GC via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/13/21
Crappy to Happy
Love your podcast Cass Dunn. It’s honestly like a tonic listening to each episode.
katster67 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/06/21
Recent Episodes
In this episode, Cass talks with Dr Peta Stapleton who is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Bond University and a leading researcher in the area of Emotional Freedom Techniques. They chat about the latest research supporting EFT (tapping!) as a tool for managing stress, anxiety, food...
Published 06/14/21
What causes trauma and how can we release it? Trauma expert, Sarah Woodhouse talks with Cass Dunn about how both big and “little” traumatic experiences can leave us trapped in cycles of dysfunctional behaviours, negative thoughts and difficult feelings. When you’re able to recognise your own, and...
Published 05/30/21
Are you good with money? Financial advisor, Canna Campbell talks with Cass Dunn about the importance of having a solid financial plan and the simple ways you can start to pay down debt and begin saving and investing even if you’re on a low income. With women typically retiring with 47% less...
Published 05/17/21
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