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Walking Distance presented by The Trek and created by Alison Young, is a bi-weekly podcast that invites experts to help us explore a unique subject in the wonderful world of long distance trekking. Walking Distance is for day hikers looking to break into backpacking as well as more experienced trekkers looking to level up their knowledge and seek inspiration. From multi-month trips to thirty mile loops, from the high alpine to the desert valley, from spiritual pilgrimages to long weekend get ...
 
Eliza Harvey is an Australian journalist who spent five years overseas in Indonesia and Lebanon before returning home to Sydney in 2020. During that period she made a weekly call home to her Mum -- ABC broadcaster Geraldine Doogue -- to discuss the events of the week. Now those conversations happen around the dinner table. Both women are news junkies and mothers and avid Netflix fans. But Eliza is a Millennial and Geraldine's a baby boomer, which leads to a different take on life. Tune in fo ...
 
The Commute Institute has a driving to work kinda vibe or intention to it. Pass the time while getting some edtech educational or philosophy. Some episodes will just be weird stuff I think about with some gems sprinkled throughout.. From Technology to Curriculum to Parents and students. Background music credit to Bensound.com Thank you so much for allowing me to use this recording.
 
He said, SHE said. Relationship talk show from the experts--REAL MEN & WOMEN. Women will get the inside scoop on how and why MEN think and do what they do. Men will try in vain to learn how WOMEN think and do what they do--Good Luck With That! Quick barbs fly fast and loose between the sexes. But in the end, it always results in laughter and good times on the 90-10 Rule.
 
Journalists from The Atlantic document the first 15 months of the COVID-19 pandemic through regular phone calls. Listen in as Dr. Jim Hamblin, producer Katherine Wells, and comedian/writer Maeve Higgins ask journalists, experts, and friends about the news and science behind the pandemic, get some advice, and learn how to apply it.
 
The World's longest running independent producer of broadcast quality podcasts for the adventurer, the long distance hiker, the backpacker, the camper, in fact anyone seeking an independent life in the outdoors as a self powered traveler. Since 2005 we've produced audio and video podcasts for the self powered outdoor enthusiast in the UK and World-Wide. For people who wants to find out more about getting into the outdoors lifestyle and enjoying the simple pleasures in life. Our range of mate ...
 
A podcast adventure that celebrates the messiness of Modern Day Dadding and the challenges of Long Distance Parenting. Dad stories, professional feedback and parenting advice all rolled into one. As an expat Dad living in Canada, Blue is a long distance Dad and online parent successfully raising two young boys in two countries. Embracing Fatherhood, Blue has taken up skateboarding in his 40s and continues to explore ways to engage with his young boys. Join Blue as he talks to other Dads abou ...
 
A podcast about looking for the helpers during the pandemic. Taking a cue from Mr. Rogers, host Kelly Jones and her daughter, June, set out to find brave, creative problem solvers who are supporting their communities in the era of social distancing. Each week, they explore how people are helping and then sit down with experts who can answer our most pressing pandemic questions and give practical advice on how to become helpers ourselves. Visit vpm.org/helpers for more information on how you ...
 
Risky Business with the Coverage Queens: the podcast that talks about the business of educational technology and how tech devices affect our lives inside and outside the classroom. The Coverage Queens, Bliss Landon, a 30-year insurance expert, and Kathy Kaehler, a 30-year health and fitness guru share their expertise and discuss timely topics with EdTech leaders, business professionals, health and wellness experts, and users of technology.
 
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Psychosocial Distancing

Daniel Chadborn, Thomas Brooks, and Alyssa Jones

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Welcome to the Alright-est social science podcast on the Internet! A book read/podcast where some psychologists go through open-source (if-available) psychology textbooks and offer commentary and real-world application on each topics. Sometimes with special guests!!! Website: https://psychosocialdistancingpodcast.com/
 
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Christopher Wells, Ph.D.

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Virtual and distance teams need a different type of leader! On the Distance Leader podcast, we discuss tools, resources, and strategies for being a stronger leader, whether in a collocated, virtual, or blended work environment. Visit DistanceLeader.com to learn more.
 
What's the hardest thing about business? Not going out of business. The Distance features stories of private businesses that have been operating for at least 25 years and the people who got them there. Hear business owners share their stories of hard work, survival and building something that lasts. The Distance is a production of Basecamp, the company behind the leading project management app.
 
How can online homeschooling, online classes, or afterschooling fit into your lifestyle? What are the best online classes or online curriculum for your family's homeschool or school supplement? Is it possible for online school to be engaging and 'not boring'? If you've ever found yourself asking these questions about online homeschooling, you are in the right place! The Online School Mom podcast was designed to explore all things related to online homeschooling and afterschooling. We can hel ...
 
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Three Generations of Family, How They Overcame Geographical and Cultural Distance Featuring Dr. Henriette Javorek Runte As families expand and grow older distance and culture can become a great divide. As parents we want our kids to know their grandparents, but sometimes distance makes that hard. It can be difficult for grandparents to relocate aft…
 
Jay and Drew give their take on the Steelers win against the Seahawks. Special thanks to our sponsors TGB Supplements, Iron Forged Nutrition and Iron Forged Gym. Use our promo code at the beginning of the podcast to save 10% on anything in store at TGB or online at www.ironforgednutrition.com Jazzaddict’s Intro by Cosimo Fogg (201) | https://soundc…
 
Activist, journalist, and academic Raj Patel, co-author of the new book “Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice,” discusses why corporations encourage people to make changes within themselves rather than within society, the consequences of treating nature as a cheap and infinite resource, and how external anxieties, from payday loans …
 
This episode we speak with Leon Xiao about the paper "What are the odds? Lower compliance with Western loot box probability disclosure industry self-regulation than Chinese legal regulation", co-authored with Laura Henderson and Philip Newall. This empirical study of loot boxes and probability disclosure is (as of this interview) a preprint and hen…
 
Episode 63 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology moves us into COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY! And while there is no book (no viable open source ones exist) we plan to go through the core areas of cognition, memory, and more. This season, joining us is Dr. Alyssa Jones to act as our cognitive guide through the world o…
 
This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi talks you through the contradictions of October mule deer hunting and what you need to do to be successful. Connect with Remi and MeatEater Remi on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnet…
 
On this episode, J.J. Mull interviews author Hannah Zeavin about her new book, The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (MIT Press, 2021). Among Zeavin’s central interventions in the book is to reframe what is normally understood as the “therapeutic dyad” as always already a triad: therapist, patient, and mediating communication technology. Acro…
 
Hello Social Distance listeners! We'd like to introduce you to a new show. In this series, host Arthur Brooks digs into research and offers tools to help you live more joyfully. Join us for deep conversations with psychologists, experts, and friends of The Atlantic's Chief Happiness Correspondent. For more info, visit www.theatlantic.com/happy, or …
 
In this episode of Walking Distance presented by The Trek and hosted by Blissful Hiker (Alison Young), we are joined by Rebecca Olson, a team leader volunteer with King County Search and Rescue in Washington State, and Steve McClure, a board member of The Mountaineers, an alpine club and nonprofit in Seattle. The Mountaineers, founded in 1906, has …
 
Dr. Jeremy Goldberg is a recovering scientist turned life coach who speaks fluent burrito. I own a van and a man bun and in my spare time, I collect silver linings. People pay me to make them cry. I worked internationally for governments and universities for over a decade, am an expert in human behavior, and spent five years studying how our brains…
 
Don’t miss this huge episode, You will not find another Paris Roubaix wrap up quite like this one! Mat Hayman & Luke Durbridge join us to talk about that iconic Sunday in Hell. We share some hilarious stories from past editions, learn how Mat & Luke developed such a passion for this race. Bewls is left responsible for cleaning Durbos kit and we fin…
 
Dr. John Alexander is one of the great adventurers. Not only has he been to a hundred countries, he has traveled extensively in the undiscovered country of the mind and the paranormal. Whitley says, “John is one of the most intrepid adventurers I have ever known. He has had everyBy Whitley Strieber
 
Alli Reed, founder of Stratia- an obsessively researched DTC skincare brand - sat down with Gabrielle and Pallavi to discuss everything from her Liquid Gold moisturizer to the original liquid gold - breast milk! The new friends chat about friendship in the workplace and connecting with friends and co-workers during the pandemic. Support the show pa…
 
Join us as Betsy Mays from Games By Absolute Zero discusses how Games By Absolute Zero was created. Betsy is a math teacher and mom with a passion for education and innovation. Games By Absolute Zero includes four different card games, each with multiple different versions to play: Absolute Zero Absolute Zero Junior Hunch Ten Fish Betsy designed ea…
 
UFO researcher Kathleen Marden is the niece of Betty and Barney Hill, who were the subjects in 1961 of one of the best documented of all abduction experiences. Not only were physical traces left behind, Barney remembered much of what happened to them from the beginning. Here, Kathleen describes theBy Whitley Strieber
 
🚨Adrian's Kickback🚨 Location: Huntington Beach🌴 at firepits Date: May 22nd Time: 7:30 PM BYOE❗❗ Slide tru this Saturday we finna turn up❗❗ ❗❗ Chris Venegas' Youtube Channel (link to his kickback videos) Taylor Lorenz' story on Adrian's Kickback Andrew's TikTok Marcella on Instagram Steezy Kane's YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podca…
 
On this episode, J.J. Mull interviews author Hannah Zeavin about her new book, The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (MIT Press, 2021). Among Zeavin’s central interventions in the book is to reframe what is normally understood as the “therapeutic dyad” as always already a triad: therapist, patient, and mediating communication technology. Acro…
 
Today I talked to Jackie Fast about her new book Rule Breaker: Rebellious Leadership for the Future of Work (Kogan Page, 2021). Imagine finding yourself in a career sector, sponsorship, because it’s the way to get a visa and stay in England. Well, that’s what happened to Jackie Fast. And as things turned out, she was very good at sponsorship work. …
 
Eric is a Dad that trusts his instincts and dives into adventures with his family, often based out of an old school bus. He really is the modern day Captain Fantastic (a film I encourage you to watch). Living in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains in Western Canada, as a ski patroller and paramedic Eric found that he had a growing following on social…
 
I know it has been some 8 months since my last podcast and this latest release will fill you in with some of the reasons for the silence. It has been a strange 8 months. I’m not sure if it is the result of the third Covid lock down which I found harder than the previous 2 or the subjects I mention in the podcast, but the effect was the same and sil…
 
Trauma, Guilt and Reparation: The Path from Impasse to Development (Routledge, 2019) identifies the emotional barriers faced by people who have experienced severe trauma, as well as the emergence of reparative processes which pave the way from impasse to development. The book explores the issue of trauma with particular reference to issues of repar…
 
Trauma, Guilt and Reparation: The Path from Impasse to Development (Routledge, 2019) identifies the emotional barriers faced by people who have experienced severe trauma, as well as the emergence of reparative processes which pave the way from impasse to development. The book explores the issue of trauma with particular reference to issues of repar…
 
Dementia Sufferers Captured In Amazing Photos With Their Devoted Dogs Featuring Carmen Davailus This is such a great program celebrating those with dementia and their families with photos. These photos are made even more special because they are with the dementia sufferer's dog. Even with dementia the dog usually puts a big smile on their owns face…
 
Gillian Straker’s name has long been on my radar, particularly for the ways in which she has used psychoanalytic thought to contend with the vicissitudes of apartheid and its aftermath in her home country, South Africa. But she has also made use of what apartheid taught her about the human mind. Indeed, there is much for psychoanalysis to learn fro…
 
Gillian Straker’s name has long been on my radar, particularly for the ways in which she has used psychoanalytic thought to contend with the vicissitudes of apartheid and its aftermath in her home country, South Africa. But she has also made use of what apartheid taught her about the human mind. Indeed, there is much for psychoanalysis to learn fro…
 
Jay and Drew give their take on the Steelers 27-19 victory over the Denver Broncos. Big thanks to our sponsors: Iron Forged Gym, TGB Supplements, and Iron Forged Nutrition. Use our discount code at the beginning of the Pod to save 10% in store or online at www.ironforgednutrition.com Jazzaddict’s Intro by Cosimo Fogg (201) | https://soundcloud.com/…
 
Penny Abeywardena, New York City’s Commissioner for International Affairs, speaks with us about how the Trump era provided an opportunity for community leadership to harness its governing power, why an entrepreneurial spirit can aid in developing public policy, and how the city is navigating various pandemic-related issues, including vaccination re…
 
Derek Hook and Sheldon George's Lacan and Race: Racism, Identity and Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2021) is a path-breaking edited volume that draws upon Lacanian psychoanalytic theory to examine the conscious and unconscious forces underlying race as a social formation. In my conversation with Derek and Sheldon, touching on the main themes of the vol…
 
The Limits of Consciousness is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Martin Monti, Associate Professor in Psychology and Neurosurgery, Brain Injury Research Centre, UCLA. This extensive conversation examines Martin Monti’s innovative work with patients who are in a vegetative state or minimally conscious state which has…
 
Derek Hook and Sheldon George's Lacan and Race: Racism, Identity and Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2021) is a path-breaking edited volume that draws upon Lacanian psychoanalytic theory to examine the conscious and unconscious forces underlying race as a social formation. In my conversation with Derek and Sheldon, touching on the main themes of the vol…
 
By Davy CrockettSpartathlon, an ultra of 246 km (153 miles), takes place each September in Greece, running from Athens to Sparta and with its 36-hour cutoff. It is one of the toughest ultramarathons to finish.In Part 1 of this series, episode 88, the story was told how Spartathlon was born in 1982, the brainchild of an officer in the Royal Air Forc…
 
This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi answers more listener questions, covering topics like the consequences (or lack thereof) of flubbed bugles, how conditions might effect your bow's performance, and the realities of trying to draw a sheep tag if you're just now getting into the points game. Connect with Remi and MeatEater Remi on Instagram and…
 
Today I talked to Soo Bong Peer about her new book The Essential Diversity Mindset: How to Cultivate a More Inclusive Culture and Environment (Career Press, 2021) In 1967, bans on interracial marriages were finally declared unconstitutional in America. Only a decade earlier than that, merely 4% of Americans endorsed them. Today, the figure is 87% a…
 
Episode 62 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology moves us into COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY! And while there is no book (no viable open source ones exist) we plan to go through the core areas of cognition, memory, and more. This season, joining us is Dr. Alyssa Jones to act as our cognitive guide through the world o…
 
Gabrielle and Pallavi are joined by Maisa Mumtaz-Cassidy, founder of Consciously - a sustainable fashion marketplace. Maisa shares her values for working with clothing brands and her values that help her to sustain meaningful friendships. Support the show patreon.com/waffpodcast Follow us everywhere @waffpodcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.…
 
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