A podcast by two therapists.
Every episode, we sit down with experts in mental health research to hear about their work, and why it matters. It’s more than just describing a study, or reading a paper - these are real conversations about good science.
We’re here to make it easier to bring the science to your therapy.
Dr Cele Richardson is a lecturer and clinical psychologist at the University of Western Australia. She is an expert in sleep difficulties and their treatment in adolescence, and she shared a wealth of knowledge about sleep and its role in adolescent mental health.
This episode left us surprised...
Barnaby Nelson is a clinical psychologist with Orygen at the University of Melbourne. His research and practice focuses on early identification and treatment of people who have been identified as 'ultra-high risk' for psychosis. Barnaby walks us through how to detect psychotic symptoms and what...
Kelvin Wong is a clinical psychologist and postdoctoral fellow at Concordia University in Canada.
Kelvin's research and clinical work focuses on obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kelvin talks us through the key features of OCD, different types of OCD, and the best practice approach to treatment. He...