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Richard Nicholls
The Richard Nicholls Podcast
To inspire, educate and motivate you to be the best you can be.Learn about tackling mental health problems like Anxiety and Depression as well as simple tips to understand the world better, in a down to earth and genuine way with the Best Selling Author and Psychotherapist Richard Nicholls.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 800 ratings
Much needed !
I love how Richard Nicholls talks about topics that a lot of the time I was really confused about and embarrassed to talk about. Most episodes usually provide opportunities for me to reflect on and discuss. Richard has a kind voice and he has a sweet sense of humour too. I also joined a Patreon...Read full review »
Yosra Bahr 98 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/29/21
Amazing Podcast
It is really interesting podcast, I really enjoyed listening to it every single day literally!! And I actually recommending this podcast for a every one you love it and it will be part of your routine.
Yvonne334 via Apple Podcasts · Saudi Arabia · 05/04/21
I enjoy this podcasts, short, to the point. Funny, that gets you to deal with feelings and ways of thinking.
TowerGamer via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 04/14/21
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