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Noble Mind

Katherine King, PsyD, and Alex Gokce, MSW

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Noble Mind is a podcast exploring mindfulness, meditation, and psychology. In each episode, Alex Gokce, MSW, and Katherine King, PsyD, host inspiring conversations with psychologists, authors, and other thought leaders seeking real world wisdom you can bring into daily life. Interviewees have included Christopher Germer, Ron Siegel, Susan Pollak, Tom Pedulla, and more. Learn more, read show notes, suggest interviews, and more at noblemindpodcast.com. Our show is brought to you by the Institu ...
 
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In this episode, Judith Hill-Weld talks about how trying to control our emotions can interfere with being present in our lives. She discusses the importance of not postponing joy, and describes her passion for working with individuals who have developmental and intellectual disabilities. Judith Hill-Weld, M.S., is a Licensed Marriage & Family Thera…
 
In this episode, Lesley Huff talks about the human need for certainty and how this creates challenges in relating to the many unknowns in life. We discuss the paradox that mindfulness practices can help us to make changes in life, but also allow us to be more accepting of who we are in the moment. We explore the potential pitfalls of self-improveme…
 
In this episode, Catherine Coinçon talks about methods of relaxation and visualization to support and enhance our health and well-being. She describes the importance of staying connected to a sense of joy and vitality, and leads a practice to help us connect with our deeper self. Listen in as she shares the history and practice of Sophrology, which…
 
In this episode, Patricia Isis shares about the healing potential of engaging in artistic and creative pursuits. She discusses her work as a registered art therapist and what art therapy might look like for different clients, as well as the importance of self-compassion and sharing one's artwork with a supportive and encouraging community. Listen i…
 
In this episode, hosts Kate and Alex continue their exploration of the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, with particular emphasis on the Second Noble Truth. This Truth is "the truth of the cause of suffering." Listen in as Kate and Alex unpack the ways that our suffering is caused by desire or longing, wanting things to be other than they are, and in …
 
In this episode, we talk to Marisa Mazzo about dealing with avoidance and ways we can face our fears. She explains key principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and discusses her inspiring work helping people heal from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. We dig into the broader problems of fear and avoidance, and discuss skills that anyone can use…
 
Happy Autumn! In this episode, hosts Alex and Kate explore the challenges of constant distraction. They discuss ways of managing overwhelming incoming news, information, emails, texts, and more, the emotional toll of such a way of life, and the importance of finding moments of rest, silence, and solitude even during busy times. Listen in for ways t…
 
In this episode, we talk to Caroline Hoffman about embodiment, mindfulness, and explore the ways that our lives can be improved by learning to be more connected to the experiences of the body. We also discuss her background in yoga, nursing, and massage therapy, and her work using mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) with people impacted by ca…
 
This week we are finishing up the podcast with a chat about our experience, our favourite moments, favourite episodes and random stuff. We also decided to do this one raw, with no edits so you can do a drinking game around how many times Bec says "um" and loses track of her thoughts and Tara says "so..." and bumps her mic. Thanks for listening, rev…
 
In this episode, hosts Kate and Alex take a deep dive into the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, with particular emphasis on the First Noble Truth commonly translated as “life is characterized by suffering.” They unpack some of the linguistic and cultural misunderstandings that can get in the way of the deeper message of this teaching. They connect th…
 
This week we are talking about 10 things you can do that take a small amount of effort but deliver BIG on benefits. Which one will you implement first? We'd love you to get in touch to discuss anything about the podcast. You can send us an email at rebecca@rebeccamezzino.com.au, basklifecoaching@outlook.com, or any of the links below will help you …
 
This week Tara chats with Deanna Yates from Wanna Be Clutter Free about what it means to be frugal, and how you might apply some of the principles to your life, and how it might change how you see and experience life. Spoiler alert - it's not about being cheap!! Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with us in our Facebook group - i…
 
In this episode, Ruth Williamson shares about how we can activate a sense of purpose that brings us more fully alive, as well as how to participate in the world with greater compassion. She shares her insights as a Buddhist chaplain-in-training and what she has learned through social justice ministry work with individuals experiencing houselessness…
 
TW: There is discussion of dying in a house fire in this episode so please be aware as this may be triggering. This week Bec talks to South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service, Manager Community Engagement Vinny Schar about the relationship between clutter and fire risk or risk of death. https://www.mfs.sa.gov.au/ We also get some tips on how you …
 
In this episode we chatted with Alfie Wishart about addiction recovery, compassion, shame, and the role of spirituality in healing. He shares about his personal recovery journey and also discusses how he works with therapy clients. He explains codependency and how he helps people heal from narcissistic relationships. Listen in for his perspective o…
 
This week we thought we'd do a review of some books, TV shows and podcasts that we've been consuming lately. We're talking about the books "The Art of Discarding" and "Effortless", the TV show "Get Organized with The Home Edit Season 2" and the podcast "Organized After Life". Maybe you'll find something new to engage with that interests you! Thank …
 
Grief can definitely have a dramatic impact on our lives in so many ways. This week Tara talks to registered counsellor Stefanie from Arena Counselling about grief and how it affects us. References: https://www.facebook.com/CanberraCounsellingCollective https://adamgrant.net/book/option-b/ Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with …
 
In this episode, we speak with Rochelle Jaffe about working with self-criticism, emotional and physical pain, overwhelm, and anger. Rochelle Jaffe, M.S. is a mindfulness and self-compassion practitioner and psychotherapist in Ashland, Oregon. She works with individuals and groups online and in person.…
 
Okay so last week was Meal Planning, now we're doing the sister topic - Meal Prepping. This one is all about prepping partial or whole meals in advance to save time and stress, and lots of other benefits! Reference: https://www.fda.gov/media/74435/download Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with us in our Facebook group - it's so…
 
In this episode we talk to Marc Lesser about how mindfulness and emotional intelligence can be integrated into our work lives- including the ‘work’ of being a human, a parent, a spouse, or other meaningful roles we inhabit. He shares essential elements of mindful leadership and discusses how he has brought this insight into corporate settings. Marc…
 
Finally we've done a Meal Planning episode! We feel like we have been "going to" do this episode for years. So this week we're talking Meal Planning - why you might want to do, and how to go about it for maximum benefit. Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with us in our Facebook group - it's so lovely to interact with people othe…
 
Adele Spraggon is a three-time award-winning author, international speaker and trainer, behavioural change expert, and creator of Shift and The Pattern Maker Hub. This week Tara speaks with Adele about her unique approach to re-patterning the brain to change behaviour, and to use that to make decisions more effortlessly. It's a fascinating chat and…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jon Walker about similarities and differences between relaxation and mindfulness as well as how expectations can interfere with mindfulness practice. He also describes practices that can improve our coping in a practical way in daily life, and reflects on some of the challenges of a driven and productivity-focused life. …
 
This week we're talking about when you live with someone that's on the opposite end of the clutter spectrum to you. You might be a real chucker living with a collector, or you might be a crafty collector living with a minimalist. Can it be done without too much conflict? We think so, and we'll tell you how. Reference: https://twobeesinablog.com/201…
 
First up - so sorry about the audio quality in this episode - Bec's PC did a weird thing. Sigh. Hopefully you can tolerate it, though, because our guest this week is awesome, and there's some excellent wisdom from the lovely Dana White from A Slob Comes Clean. Join us as she and Bec talk about decluttering for neurodiversity, grief, and the vital "…
 
In this episode, David Teitelman discusses how mindfulness and self-compassion have helped him navigate chronic health conditions, body image issues, and old emotional wounds. David studied classical dance, rose in the corporate world, and cultivated self-criticism as a way of life. After being diagnosed with a progressive neuromuscular condition a…
 
Everyone loved our last "5 things to declutter" so much that we thought we'd do another one! You can choose one to focus on for the week, or tackle a few. There are no rules, this is just to help you choose without having to think too much! Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with us in our Facebook group - it's so lovely to inter…
 
This week we are talking about using accountability partners - what they are, how they might help you achieve your goals, and the best way to select one. Reference: https://tickthoseboxes.com.au/what-are-the-benefits-of-an-accountability-partner/ Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with us in our Facebook group - it's so lovely to…
 
In this episode, Kristy Arbon discusses her experiences with self-compassion and her work developing somatic self-compassion to integrate body awareness more fully into these practices. Listen in for Kristy's insights on the connections between Buddhism and self-compassion and how to reconnect with your internal experience and build stress resilien…
 
This week we're excited to have the lovely Jessica Litman - The Organized Mama - chatting with Tara about all things organising. The Organized Mama was started by Jessica 9 years ago as a way to teach practical organizing tutorials, decorating tips, and DIY projects that everyone can do. She now has brand new book out to help families with practica…
 
This week is our last week in Baby World and we're discussing the hardest part - decluttering the baby stuff. It's not an easy task, but we have a few tips to help you navigate it so you aren't weighed down by all the stuff for decades to come! Thank you to everyone for listening, and for engaging with us in our Facebook group - it's so lovely to i…
 
In this episode, we speak to Mirjam Luthe about the importance of gratitude, appreciation, deep listening, and connecting to the natural world. She shares about rituals and strategies she has used with her children to​ develop ​skills of listening, compassion, and ​appreciation at home. We also explore the historical roots of trauma, cultural heali…
 
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