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The podcast for busy communicators and marketing pros that want to apply behavioural science. Science debunked, practical steps and takeaways to upskill and increase impact. Taking understanding your audience to a whole new level! Presented by Ruth Dale, founder of Behaviour Change Bootcamp training, award winning marketer, author, speaker with over a decade's experience delivering behaviour change marketing to improve people's lives.
 
Hi, I’m a dog behaviourist working with all problems from aggression to anxiety and only use dog psychology techniques for my training- that’s no e or prong collars! These episodes reflect what I’m teaching owners every day and will tell you the truth about your dog’s problems and how to fix them yourself. Fawndog121dogtraining.co.uk
 
On the Behaviour Speak Podcast, Ben Reiman interviews a global and diverse group of thought leaders, researchers, and industry experts to gain unique or overlooked perspectives in the field of Behaviour Science. We discuss data, trending topics, and insights; and challenge existing practice through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Behaviour Speak is an approved provider of continuing education credits for BACB and IBAO certifications.
 
Are you a teacher, a SENCo or a school leader? Want research-backed strategies for supporting students who find it hard to manage their emotions or behaviour? Want practical ways of supporting pupils with special needs like autism, ADHD, FASD or attachment disorder? Want tried-and-tested classroom management strategies that will work with that ‘tricky class’? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the School Behaviour Secrets podcast where we’ll answer ALL these questions and so much mor ...
 
A podcast for anyone interested in understanding the principles of behaviour therapy as a means of cultivating behaviour change. As a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with over 10 years experience, I bring to you stories from my practice, tips and strategies on how to observe, understand and ultimately change behaviours that are no longer adaptive.Everything said is by no means prescriptive. So, please, take what resonates with you and leave what does not. With that being said, I hope you e ...
 
Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
Our behaviours, our actions and intentions shape our lives. This podcast is a humble attempt to document my learnings about human behaviours that forge success as I embark on starting my own business. Cover art photo provided by Hannah Gibbs on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@hannahmgibbs
 
Hello and welcome to The Behaviour Project, a podcast where we explore ideas to help you make better choices and decisions at work. I'm your host Shyam Sadasivan. I am a Behaviour Science geek, and a passionate curator of stories of people doing what they love. In this podcast, I talk about real life experiences in changing human behaviour, connect to learnings from academic research, and offer you practical actions you may consider for yourself. For more information or to get in touch with ...
 
The Positive Behaviour Podcast brings to you some of the most practical applications of positive psychology and ways to develop positive behaviour. Vinesh Sukumaran, who is a Positive Psychologist and the author of the book From Behaviour To Wellbeing shares his insights through every episode of this podcast. It combines cutting edge research in positive psychology with Vinesh's real-world experience as a Forbes Coaches Council Member and a sought-after consultant in the areas of Organizatio ...
 
If you work in applying behavioural science you will be aware of growing pains within the field. In this series I interview 20 top industry leaders, in an effort to surface and solve the challenges we face. This podcast is for the 600+ behavioural science teams in action around the world, to help us all grow together. Host: Daniel Bennett, London UK. https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebestdanielbennett/
 
Join multi-award winning teacher and researcher from the University of Canterbury, Professor Ekant Veer, as he chats with friends about marketing, society, consumers and consumption in this educational podcast designed to support your own understanding and learning. Various chats, whakaaro, kōrero, discussions and questions.
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
Podcast Channel Description: Hi there, welcome to the relaunched version of my podcast, "Pooja what is this behaviour?" named after your favourite worldwide viral meme. This time I have joined forces with hubhopper to make the most of the intimate medium of audio. Together we are making this podcast, 'bigger','better','bolder'.From personal stories, to intriguing conversations with fans and celebrities, to doling out advice for my listeners, I am going to cover the whole spectrum in my podca ...
 
An interview with Dr. Maxine Reardon-DeButte, Associate Professor of Psychology at West Texas A&M University. Dr. DeButte holds a doctorate in psychology & neuroscience and teaches on various topics within these areas. Dr. DeButte is with us today to see if we can uncover what is underneath this escalating issue facing society worldwide with our teen deaths due to drug overdoses.
 
The show for all things related to your mind, health and happiness! The aim of this podcast is to bring you the same concepts that have seen those working with Adam over the years achieve fulfilment and happiness in all areas of life. Why do you struggle in some areas in life yet thrive in others? How much does our mental state affect our health? Perceptions - the key to happiness? Learn to love yourself and exude that energy that lights up a room bringing you success at work in relationship ...
 
Welcome to the Real World Behavioural Science (RWBS) podcast, where we look at how behavioural and social sciences are being used in the real world to help change the public’s health, for good. The RWBS podcast is created by the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (www.BSPHN.org.uk) and is aimed at people working in public health, academia and industry, who have an interest in how behavioural science is being used to improve health and wellbeing. Each month, Stu King (BSPHN Committ ...
 
The Elaine Heney podcast is a global equestrian show for equestrians all over the world, who want to build an inspiring partnership with their horse using ‘Listening to the Horse’ inspired ground & riding lessons & approaches. If you love natural horsemanship, liberty work, polework training, groundwork, lateral movements, trail riding & vaquero horsemanship, you are in the right place! As horse owners we take as long as it takes. We understand that horsemanship is a lifelong journey. And we ...
 
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The Behaviour Speak Podcast Episode 48: Group Homes for People With Intellectual Disabilities with Christine Bigby, MSW, Ph.D. In this episode, Ben chats with Dr. Chris Bigby who has been conducting research in group home settings for more than 30 years. In this conversation Dr. Bigby shares her work in identifying the key indicators of good group …
 
Episode 33 kickstarts our 3rd series The Problem Page. Q. What is the biggest mistake when planning behaviour change marketing? A. No behaviour change goal. This episode explores the reasons why we may not start with behaviour change goal and the confusion between a policy goal and a behaviour change goal. Ruth shares two case studies and how the f…
 
Since writing Indistractable, I’m often asked what tools and apps I personally use to get the most out of my day. But after years of research into the psychology of productivity, focus, and the causes of distraction, I’ve learned that there is no one magic, best productivity tool. Rather, the best tool is the one you’ll actually use,which is why I …
 
Sometimes our students get stuck in cycles of negative, challenging behaviour - even when they've been offered support and intervention programmes in school. That leads to poor outcomes for the individual - emotionally and academically - and often results in disrupted learning for their classmates. In this episode, we talk to Tom McIntrye, Sean Tur…
 
In this episode, we take a deep dive into toilet training. What are the intended outcomes? Is Azrin and Foxx the best and only way to go? Dr. Rinald takes on some difficult questions with humility and grace as we dig into this skill. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop BACB: 1.0 Learning & 0.5 Ethics IBAO: 1.0 Learnin…
 
The internet is inundated with articles that have titles like “The Best Productivity Tools of the Year” and “Productivity Apps That Will Make Your Life Easier.” Dozens if not hundreds of apps claim to help people focus, manage their time, and stick to healthy habits. The productivity app market is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate…
 
Many of those who work in mental health services are personally connected to challenges related to mental health and many have been clients of mental health services. OICBT clinical psychologist Dr. Stacey Kosmerly joins us for a discussion of the the very important topic of mental health service providers seeking out mental health services themsel…
 
Been taught that negative reinforcement is a more socially acceptable term for a punishment? Then you've been told a lie. Negative reinforcement is a specific behaviour strategy that is different from punishment in a number of ways. In today's episode, we share what negative enforcement actually is - and why that matters in your classroom. Importan…
 
In this episode, Ben chats with Rocco Catrone, Ph.D., BCBA-D about his work in applying relational frame theory (RFT) to stigma towards individuals with disabilities. The conversation starts by looking at some of the societal phenomena that contribute to stigma followed by an RFT analysis of stigma and a discussion of a basic research experiment to…
 
This essay is adapted from the book Build For Tomorrow, in which Entrepreneur magazine editor in chief Jason Feifer shows how to thrive by harnessing the power of change. The loudest voices in our culture today say yes. During a conversation about technology on his mega-popular podcast, Joe Rogan said, “We’ve got a real addiction problem in this co…
 
In the past, we've described children could have difficulty coming into school as 'school refusers,' as if their behaviour is down to wilfulness. But is it time to flip the script - and start looking at other causes for that behaviour? In today's show, Jerricah Holder explains how thinking in terms of Emotionally Based School Avoidance can be much …
 
This #podcast describes briefly what #ERP for #OCD might look like and involves. We discussed #exposuretherapy and #responseprevention. You can read more on EPR for OCD in my blog. You can contact me if you are looking for an #onlineERPtherapist or if you have any questions. If you are looking for an online therapist you may want to read about choo…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Tiffany Hammond, best known on social media as Fidgets and Fries. Tiffany is a Black Autistic mother of two Black Autistic boys. Across these intersecting identities, Tiffany tirelessly advocates for systemic change. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop BACB: 1.5 Learning IBAO: 1.5 Cul…
 
My daughter had just pulled the caramel corn out of the oven, and the sticky-sweet smell was almost irresistible. Despite knowing it wasn’t going to help my diet, I was gnawing for a taste. But instead of kindly asking for a small bite, as I should have, I barked, “Damn this caramel corn!” Cursing my daughter’s hard work earned me a scowl and, if I…
 
#commshero 2022 19-23 September This episode offers you practical tips on community building by expert guest and #commshero community builder Asif Choudry. Asif is marketing and sales director at We Are Resource and has built a global communications network called #commshero. What started as an online communications conference 8 years ago is now a …
 
There could be a number of reasons why a child is refusing to complete their work. Maybe they're feeling overwhelmed, maybe they don't understand the task, or maybe they're just tired. As a teacher, it's important to try to figure out what the child is trying to tell you so you can help them overcome the obstacle and get their work done. In this ep…
 
In this episode, I chat with one of the founders of Family-Centred Positive Behaviour Support, Dr. Joseph M. Lucysyhn, Ph.D., BCBA-D. Dr. Lucyshyn combines behaviour analysis, coercion theory, and ecocultural theory to develop long-term, sustainable interventions for families with autistic children. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbicon…
 
If we can’t focus, we can’t do our best work. It seems we’re all checking our phones constantly these days. But all that time spent on our phones leaves little time for anything else. We need time to think in order to come up with novel solutions to our business challenges. You can read the Nir And Far blog post on: Distraction at work is a symptom…
 
When a pupil has an outburst in school, it can be easy to approach that situation as a confrontation, where the child is deliberately engaging in disruptive behaviour. The result? Lots of stress - for the adult and the pupil. But what if there was another approach? In this quickfire strategy episode, I give you a 2-word sentence that anyone can use…
 
In this episode, I chat with one of the founders of Family-Centred Positive Behaviour Support, Dr. Joseph M. Lucysyhn, Ph.D., BCBA-D. Dr. Lucyshyn combines behaviour analysis, coercion theory, and ecocultural theory to develop long-term, sustainable interventions for families with autistic children. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbicon…
 
They’re part of the secret of becoming Indistractable. Got a few minutes? Then why not use them to implement these quick fixes that cut distraction and aid productivity? I uncovered these productivity fixes while researching how to combat distraction and increase productivity for my book Indistractable, and I’ve relied on them ever since. You can r…
 
Have you ever wondered how certain people are able to fit more and more tasks, activities, to-do items into an already jam-packed schedule? Do you think they are just some kind of productivity genius or secretly have superhuman powers? In this episode, we talk all about how to create a habit that you are able to stick with. We all have hobbies, som…
 
As teachers and school leaders, it's easy to become distracted (and polarised!) by the question, "Which is more powerful - positive or negative feedback?" But what if that's the wrong question entirely? In this episode, I explain what question we should be asking ourselves about rewards and consequences, and what the implications are for our classr…
 
You don’t have to agree on everything, but you do have to align values in a relationship. Divorce sucks. My friend is going through one right now. The worst part is that he saw it coming. And he’s not the first of my friends to tell me they ignored the warning signs of an eventual breakup. Although there isn’t a surefire way to predict which relati…
 
As teachers and educators, we rely on our voices to teach effectively and communicate information across the classroom, school hall - or even whole playgrounds. But when we project our voices in the wrong way, we can experience frequent sore throats or even damage our vocal cords. In this week's quickfire strategy episode, I explain how to project …
 
Our baseline dissatisfaction is what motivates us, but we must harness it correctly. Do you often experience a strange malaise, that feeling of blah-ness you can’t quite explain? The good news is you’re not alone. You may be surprised to learn that, although people don’t often admit it, everyone’s default state is dissatisfaction; it’s how we evolv…
 
Sometimes, the SEMH support strategies we're using with a student just stop working - for no apparent reason - and we're left with the dilemma, "What do we do next?" In this episode, I share how this simple concept from statistics might explain both why a pupil's behaviour support strategies might have become ineffective - and what to do next. Impo…
 
In this episode, Ben chats with Anita Li, Ph.D., BCBA-D, about her research on the status of women in behaviour analysis in terms of pay equity, publishing, and more. This leads to a conversation about her article on solidarity among non-Black people of colour in promoting racial equity. Correction: In the last 30 minutes of this episode Ben mentio…
 
When it comes to friendships, quality matters more than quantity. Thirty-six percent of Americans say they are “seriously lonely.” For many people, the solution may seem to be to go out and get more friends. Yet one study shows that when it comes to friendships, less is more. You can read the Nir And Far blog post on: 3 Ways to Filter Your Friends …
 
When it comes to behaviour and learning, there's one question we should be asking ourselves (as the adult) that can change the game in our classrooms. And although it's a question we often ask ourselves at the start of our career, it's one we quickly forget as we become more experienced as teachers. In this episode I reveal what that question is - …
 
Ben has a wonderful conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson about all aspects of the social skills program, PEERS, from neurodiversity-affirming practice, cultural considerations, positive outcomes, and long-term follow-up. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop BACB: 1.5 Learning IBAO: 1.5 Learning QABA: 1.5 General Sh…
 
Are you afraid of being alone? Well, you’re not alone in that. In a 2014 survey of 2,000 adults, one in three said they fear being alone: 40% of women and 35% of men. The world is riddled with distractions that prevent us from having to feel alone even when we aren’t in the physical presence of another person. While no study pinpoints social media …
 
Host note: Just a quick note that we'll be taking a breather until the fall to enjoy the rest of the short Canadian summer. Have comments or feedback? You can reach the show at oicbtpodcast@gmail.com. Finding the show adds value for you? A rating (and especially review) on Apple podcasts would be greatly appreciated (and, we really like to hear how…
 
De-escalating students during an outburst can be physically and mentally draining. But what if there was a way of making it easier on you? In the first of our "quick fire strategies" episodes, I share one mind-trick that makes de-escalation less stressful - whether you're dealing with a pupil outburst, or another adult that has lost control of thei…
 
In this episode, Ben chats with Dr. Kim Crosland from the University of South Florida about her work in foster care and group home settings. In particular, Dr. Crosland has devoted much of her research to the assessment and intervention for youth who run away from foster care placements. Ben and Kim also discuss her work teaching problem solving an…
 
This episode welcomes the 👑 queens of communication Leanne Hughes & Rebecca Roberts to chat about meaningful engagement with young people looks like and how to do it. We focus on the fabulous Awkward Moments sexual consent campaign in Scotland. This campaign took a behaviour change approach and adopted COM_B to understand what young people needed t…
 
When I first started using Strava (Android / iOS), my weekly running mileage skyrocketed. Nothing had changed other than my perception of how much running was “enough.” Lots of people in my feed were clocking 40 to 60 miles a week, and suddenly my 20-mile weekly average seemed negligible. The products we use can shape our perception of reality and,…
 
More pupils than ever before are facing unseen pressures, causing an increase in anxiety and stress in pupils of all ages. What are the hidden stresses and what can educators do to alleviate them? In this special Behaviour Secrets compilation, we have weaved together the advice of two SEMH experts, Helena Kulikowska and Sara Turner. They reveal the…
 
Meg Nelis has spent her life advocating for positive mental wellbeing amongst young people. She draws on the very best 'book' knowledge, with practical tips and weaves them together in her own journey of mental wellbeing. We do touch on our own experiences of mental wellbeing so this is a trigger warning for those who struggle with depression, anxi…
 
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