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It's hard to make self-care and personal development a priority when balancing work, family and day-to-day survival. Join Dr. Kaitlin Harkess, psychologist, yoga instructor, and multi-hatted mum, as she interviews experts in the areas of wellbeing and wholistic health. If you want to flourish and create a life that you love, then this is the podcast for you! Join us each Wednesday to learn tips and tricks to nurture your mind, body and soul.
 
Television news reporter Kaitlin McCulley left her job during a pandemic. Now what? Her goal: find a better way to share stories that matter. No BS. Look, it's no secret the TV news industry is broken and affecting how people treat each other. How can you find the facts? Join Kaitlin for an honest, unfiltered look at the media industry through personal stories and eye-opening interviews. New episodes each week.
 
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On this episode, we will be speaking with Jennifer Kemp about the fears that underlie perfectionism and how to navigate these experiences with self-compassion. Jennifer is a Clinical Psychologist who has a special interest in perfectionism from both her own experience and through the work she does with clients. Jennifer integrates Acceptance and Co…
 
Thank you for joining us this season. Season 3 was jam-packed with a range of wonderful guests and topics. On this episode, I discuss an overview of all the topics we covered and where you can find them. Shownotes: www.drkaitlin.comDr. Kaitlin Harkess, Clinical Psychologist + Yoga Instructor による
 
In this episode, Dr Nicole Beurkens talks about children’s mental health and how that’s connected to the foods they’re eating, their movement, and screen time use. Nicole goes on to discuss the importance of modelling the lifestyle we want for our children. She also discusses the importance of parents and caregivers practicing self-care to be able …
 
In this episode, Todd Henry discusses what it means to be an accidental creative. Just by existing in this modern-day and finding inspiration in exploring how to create a meaningful life personal to you, makes you a creative. Todd discusses how to hone in a sense of focus by reconnecting with our sense of self by the practice of disconnecting for a…
 
​​In this episode, I talk with Daniel Ahearn and am really excited about this interview as Attachment Theory underpins all psychological work, while the mindfulness-based interventions so commonly offered have their home in Buddhist wisdom. Daniel is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), with a counselling degree in addiction (CADAC). …
 
In this episode, Dr Delia McCabe rejoins us to discuss how we can support the kids in our lives to eat well. Delia’s research focus shifted from Clinical Psychology to Nutritional Neuroscience upon discovering nutrition’s critical role in mental wellbeing. Her research into female stress has been published in a number of peer-reviewed journals and …
 
In this episode, Marlysa Sullivan discusses how Polyvagal Theory and Yoga are related. Polyvagal Theory is a Western framework introduced by Dr Steven Porges that relates to the nervous system, including what Dr Porges calls the social engagement system. Marlysa discusses the overlap between Eastern and Western philosophy and science and how Gunas,…
 
"We love data and helping people at the same time, so it’s a win-win," Janine Miles, MySocialPulse Co-Founder My guests this week are Divya Prashanth and Janine Miles, or – as I was introduced to them initially – "super-smart data scientists in the UK who are building a social listening tool that could have huge implications for stopping the spread…
 
In this episode, Dr Jessica Borushok discusses how to move through imposter syndrome in an effective way. Dr Jessica is a registered clinical and health psychologist, author, and wellness enthusiast who works in private practice. The author of numerous books on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, including the award-winning book, The ACT approach, D…
 
"Something that I learned during the pandemic: I remembered why I started in this journalism career to begin with, and it was to serve and to listen." – Maritza Félix, Founder of Conecta Arizona Serving and listening started with a WhatsApp group for Maritza Félix, an independent journalist in Arizona. The group kept growing until it reached the si…
 
In this episode, Michelle Farris, a licensed marriage and family therapist and anger management specialist, discusses codependency in relationships, how it develops, and how to heal from it. Michelle has over 30 years of experience working with recovery issues. She has written three e-books and has created several online courses to support private …
 
In this episode, Monique Beaver shares the importance of mindful movement practices as a way of reclaiming our emotions. Monique Beaver is a Psychologist and Yoga facilitator and created her business, Mindfully Curious, to encompass a holistic approach to therapy and healing. With Monique’s background in dance and movement, she noticed that when sh…
 
In this episode, Dr Jennifer Wolkin will be joining us to discuss how to seamlessly integrate mindfulness into our daily lives. Dr Jen is a Psychologist, Writer, Speaker, and Professor based in New York. She recently released a book called Quick Calm, which outlines practical methods for mindfulness meditation in an accessible way. Her wisdom speak…
 
“I’m a big believer that the internet can be a force for good and that there’s a lot of power in the connections that can be formed online.” -- Vidhya Ramalingam We've talked before about how the internet and social media can spread disinformation and hate-related posts but how can it also be used for good? My guest this week is Vidhya Ramalingam, …
 
In this episode, Michael Anthony speaks about his experience with abuse as a child and how his inner strength led him to his personal growth journey of becoming resilient, and how he uses those experiences to coach and mentor other adult survivors of child abuse. Michael is also the author of the best-selling book, Think Unbroken: Understanding and…
 
"It's like a war except everyone who's dying are innocent civilians." – Deval Sanghavi, Partner & Co-Founder at Dasra "Our team members are sick, unable to get a hospital bed, get oxygen. They're scrambling." – Sneha Sheth, CEO & Co-Founder at Dost Education In the US, more than 44 percent of people are at least partially vaccinated against Covid-1…
 
In this episode, Dr Greg Smith discusses how we can adapt our breathing techniques with different modes in our lives, from calming and balancing our internal systems when we feel stressed to giving us a boost of energy when we need a break. Greg is a Psychologist, Lecturer of Counseling and Psychotherapy, qualified yoga teacher based in Adelaide, S…
 
How does the trend toward content monetization on social media relate to the kinds of videos and posts we see? And do creators really have control over their own content? My guest this week is Dr. Susanne Kopf, a discourse analyst in Vienna, Austria. Her current research focuses on the digital platform economy, social media and Wikipedia studies. S…
 
In this episode, we will be speaking with Caroline Welch, CEO and co-founder with Dr. Dan Siegel of the Mindsight Institute in Santa Monica, California and author of “The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women." Caroline is able to bring together the academic world and mindfulness with her discussion of an evidence-based practice of medita…
 
“It is a very difficult thing to address this and hope that it will fall on people who will believe you. At the very least, you hope you’re not gonna get in trouble or get sued or have people tell you you're a liar." -- Lori Lizarraga, TV news reporter My guest this week is Lori Lizarraga. She wrote a bombshell article for a Denver paper, detailing…
 
In today’s episode, we will be looking at self-care in the context of the Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (TLC) Model. This model is based on the work of Dr Roger Walsh that highlights the importance of our lifestyle for both our mental health, maintaining a base level of wellbeing, as well as going on to thrive and experience enhanced wellbeing. This…
 
We've been hearing a lot about the U.S. immigration "crisis at the border." In March 2021, U.S. border authorities took in 18,890 children traveling alone from Central America, the highest monthly number on record. But the conversation around how to set up a sustainable immigration system that treats people with respect is nothing new. My guest thi…
 
My guests this week are Nat Gyenes and Megan Marrelli with Meedan, a non-profit building digital tools for journalists, helping them fact check information quickly and turn it around for the public. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit last year, Nat – with her training in public health – and Megan – with her training in journalism – put together a digit…
 
Professor Peter Singer has been titled the world's most influential living philosopher. On this episode, we discuss living a life aligned with our ethics and values, particularly about helping children in impoverished countries as well as factory farming and the ethics around animal mistreatment and suffering. Professor Singer was born in Melbourne…
 
"Maybe sometimes people don’t understand the value of storytellers. But when you look at history, history has only been preserved by people who captured and documented the stories.” – Georgia Fort, BLCK Press Founder and Video Journalist Georgia Fort defines her mission as "...changing the narrative by amplifying truth, citing diverse sources and c…
 
“I wasn’t afraid of being broke; I was afraid of being broken (…) if you don’t seize the life you want to live, who’s gonna do it for you?” — Neki Mohan, journalist & entrepreneur Our guest this week, Neki Mohan, left her job as a TV news anchor in Miami in August 2020. When her former co-anchor of 10 years, Todd Tongen, took his own life in 2019, …
 
Delia McCabe (PhD) shifted her research focus from clinical psychology to nutritional neuroscience upon discovering nutrition’s critical role in mental wellbeing. Her research into female stress has been published in a number of peer-reviewed journals, she’s regularly featured expert in the media, and her two books are available in four languages. …
 
"Don’t be afraid to sail away from the shore and to accept change and to adapt. Because at the end of the day when you manage to do it, when everything works out, it’s just so worth it.” -- Arianne Alcorta, International multimedia correspondent How do you jump into another country where you don’t know any of the languages, you don’t know anyone ot…
 
“In the world today, everyone’s walking around with a tracking device that can take pictures and upload them to the internet - your mobile phone. There’s a natural impulse to record your experience (…) When you have enough of it, you can recreate incredibly complex events (…) in much more granular detail than if you, say, simply talk to witnesses.”…
 
Jordan Green is a licensed clinical therapist and coach in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In addition to her work with individuals and couples, Jordan provides inspirational and educational content on love and relationships on her therapy Instagram page @the.love.therapist. Jordan also started a membership program called The Love Group where you can join a priva…
 
"Right now in the media all you’re hearing about are these variants and how people aren’t protected from variants in terms of antibodies, when antibodies don’t represent the entire immune system. And that statement is actually wrong." -- Cedric "Jamie" Rutland, M.D, Pulmonary & Critical Care Physician Dr. "J" Rutland is triple-board certified in pu…
 
In this episode, Dr Louise Hayes discusses how we can work to help adolescents understand the different dimensions that help them move through their lives. Dr Louise Hayes is a clinical psychologist, author, speaker and active humanitarian based in Victoria, Australia. Together with Dr Joseph Ciarrochi, she developed DNA-V, a model developed with t…
 
"(Rather than) going to seek out the news, people actually kind of avoid it. You have to take the news to them.” -- Tabitha Lipkin, NBCLX host With attention spans shorter than ever, how can we communicate in authentic ways to younger audiences? And are we selling young people short by assuming they don't want longer form news content as well? Tabi…
 
I left my TV news reporting job in Boston in October, launched this podcast in December and I have learned *a lot* in these last 10 weeks. I set out to find a better way to share stories that matter. No BS. I think I’ve found a way to do that, and I’m really excited about sharing it with you. So this is where I’ve landed: I’m building a video story…
 
In this episode Alyssa (Lia) Mancao discusses the importance of relationships in our lives and skills to use them for our healing. A basic overview of Attachment Theory is also provided. Alyssa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, therapist, writer, and a group practice owner based in Sherman Oaks, CA. Alyssa's work encompasses assisting clients w…
 
"I think TikTok is more driven by stories and vulnerability and personality. And I think that because of what I do, it fits perfectly because that’s what I do. I tell stories." --Bianca Graulau, video storyteller based in Puerto Rico When the pandemic hit, Bianca Graulau was visiting family in Puerto Rico. She decided to stay. She left her TV news …
 
"Don't let anybody try to talk you out of your dream." - Paige Hubbard, multimedia journalist What is it like to be starting out in an industry that is struggling and uncertain? Paige Hubbard is about a year into her first on-air TV job in Beaumont, Texas. She shoots, writes and edits her stories and also reports live as an MMJ (multimedia journali…
 
Amy has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Masters in Forensic Psychiatry, Masters in Performance, Bachelor with Honours in Psychology and further therapeutic training in cognitive therapies such as Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Compassion Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. She has published widely in academic journals and more accessible mag…
 
"Media language is one of the most influential languages that we have in terms of taking a little event or a thing that happens in a place or time and then broadcasting it out to everybody so then that interpretation of the event is made the popular interpretation of the event.” -- Dr. Suzanne Wertheim, anti-bias consultant & researcher Dr. Werthei…
 
“It’s actually horrific. What passes for journalism is absolutely appalling in this country.” -- Michael Rosenblum, author of "Don't watch this: How the media are destroying your life." You could call Michael Rosenblum Critic-In-Chief of the television news industry. He's an advocate of "citizen journalism," the idea that everyone can be their own …
 
Do people really value local news? Will they pay for high quality local news if offered? Ken Doctor is betting on “yes.” He went from news business analyst and consultant to start-up CEO in his hometown, Santa Cruz, Calif. He launched Lookout Local, a digital news operation designated as a for-profit, public benefit company. His mission: to prove t…
 
"When I first started at The Mercury, there were nine reporters in the newsroom (...) I am now all of those people.” -- Evan Brandt, the last local news reporter living in Pottstown, PA. A hedge fund took over the newspaper company Evan has worked for since the '90s and laid off journalists and sold the building. Evan now works from his attic. He g…
 
"We get a lot of criticism and some of it is fair," -- Dave Lopez, 48-year television news veteran Our guest is Dave Lopez, known for being a hard-charging, tough but fair reporter in Southern California, where he worked for 48 years. As the industry evolved (or devolved, depending on who you ask), he adapted to new technology, new deadlines and a …
 
Americans tend to believe crime is up, even when the data shows it is down overall since the early '90s. (That's according to the FBI and the Bureau of Justice Statistics.) This is thanks in no small part to news coverage of crime. You've heard the phrase, "If it bleeds, it leads." What happens to a society that watches crime repetitively in the me…
 
Veteran television journalist and entrepreneur Christine Dobbyn tells Kaitlin McCulley she views journalism as a calling. She shares her experiences traveling the world sharing stories, juggling the day-to-day demands of the news business and ultimately, choosing to go back to school mid-career to try something new.…
 
Start before you're ready. Is there a time in your life when you've started something new before you felt 100 percent confident in how it would turn out? Join Kaitlin McCulley as she launches a media production company, Outlet, in an effort to share stories that matter. No BS. Outlet Podcast is the story of how she gets there.…
 
This is the final episode of Season 2. I discuss the different topics we have explored and recommend different episodes for where you are at in your own journey. You can download a free PDF guide for the Season by clicking here. Shownotes: www.drkaitlin.comDr. Kaitlin Harkess, Clinical Psychologist + Yoga Instructor による
 
In this interview Dr. Rebecca Ray explains all about self-sabotage, self-kindness, and how this all relates to sensitivity. Dr Rebecca is an Author, Speaker, and Clinical Psychologist. She uses a science-backed, heart and hard truth approach to help big-picture-thinking women entrepreneurs and creators live a life that’s fulfilling, unapologetic, a…
 
Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart is a pediatric psychologist and parent coach and is the owner of A New Day Pediatric Psychology in San Antonio, TX. In this episode Dr. Lockhart discusses how you can talk to highly sensitive children about race and racism. Dr. Lockhart takes you through child development, sensitivity, and important concepts such as culture,…
 
Louise McHugh is a Professor in Psychology at University College Dublin and a world leading expert in Contextual Behavioural Science. In this episode Dr. McHugh shares the science of 'healthy selfing'. Healthy Selfing is about witnessing all of the varying thoughts, feelings, stories, experiences across our lives and recognising that these are just…
 
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