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My Pocket Psych: The Psychology of the Workplace

Feb 15, 2020

Welcome to the fifth in our series looking at Psychological Flexibility in Action. 

This episode, Richard is joined by Dr. Austin Tay, an occupational psychologist based in Hong Kong, whose work takes him across several Asian countries.

As an ACT practitioner, Austin takes us through his career journey to date and how...

Feb 1, 2020

Welcome to the fourth episode in our series looking at Psychological Flexibility in Action.

This time, we turn our attention to the benefits of disentangling ourselves from our thoughts and seeing them for what they are - not what they say they are.

Richard and Pilar explore this concept of 'defusion' and how it's made...

Jan 22, 2020

Welcome to the third episode in our series on developing psychological flexibility.

In the last two episodes, we looked at the role of values and then at how Acceptance and Commitment Theory (ACT) can be utilised in coaching contexts. 

This episode focuses on another key principle of ACT, the mindful focus on the here...

Jan 7, 2020

Welcome to the second episode in our series on Psychological Flexibility in Action.

This time, Richard interviews Dr. Rachael Skews, an expert in Acceptance and Commitment Theory and discusses what makes acceptance and commitment coaching so unique and impactful. 

Resources mentioned in this episode:

  • WorkLifePsych's '

Dec 15, 2019

Welcome to the first in a series of episodes focusing on Psychological Flexibility.
We call it ‘PsychFlex in Action’ and it will include discussions about all aspects of psychological flexibility, interviews with academics and practitioners who are experts in this space, and advice on how you can weave the...