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#12 - What is Behaviorism?

#12 - What is Behaviorism?

October 22, 2020

Psychological behaviorism can trace its beginning to the publication of the article “Psychology as a Behaviorist Views It” by John Watson who believed that behaviour is acquired through conditioning.

In our 12th episode, Carl will explore what behaviorism is, the types and its links with counselling services.  As always, examples are provided throughout to aid in a full understanding of the topics discussed. 

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#11 - What is Autosuggestion?

#11 - What is Autosuggestion?

August 27, 2020

Autosuggestion is the purposeful use of directed self-talk with the intention of improving your emotional state and personal performance.

Autosuggestion is the act of identifying any hazardous, disempowering thoughts you may have about a particular situation, and then consciously overwriting and replacing them with new, positive "scripts" that are more conducive to a better result.

In our eleventh episode, Anthony will explore what autosuggestion is, discuss its links with hypnosis, how you can practice it and how to use it to benefit your life. As always, examples are provided throughout to aid in a full understanding of the topics discussed. 

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#10 - What are Archetypes?

#10 - What are Archetypes?

August 20, 2020

The term: ‘archetype’ was coined by the Swiss psychoanalyst and psychiatrist: Carl Gustav Jung.

Jung’s work has been influential not only in psychology, but also in anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, and religious studies. The archetypes, Jung argued, influence the unfolding of human development, are the sources of our dreams, and are enacted in the myths and rituals of almost every culture that has ever existed in human history.

In our tenth episode, Anthony will explore Carl Jung’s theory of archetypes – specifically what they are, he will explain the 12 different types, provide examples in popular films and literature to aid understanding, and discuss why it is good to think through Archetypes.

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#9 - What is Anti-psychiatry?

#9 - What is Anti-psychiatry?

August 8, 2020

In our ninth episode, Anthony discusses what Anti-psychiatry is, in particular, how the movement began, the pivotal character of Ronald Laing, the arguments of Anti-Psychiatry followers, why it can be seen as a positive thing and what exactly the movement achieved. 

 

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#8 - The Power of Energy

#8 - The Power of Energy

August 6, 2020

In our first series, we present thoughts, discussion and debate between Sparta Health’s Mental Health Clinical Lead, and Psychologist, Dr Sandi Mann, and Steve Bennett, on behalf of the Sparta Group.  

 

In our eighth episode of the series, Sandi and Steve discuss energy and in particular thought energy. They explore the science that our thoughts consist of vibrating electrical energy that attracts like thoughts and circumstances into our lives.

 

Dr Sandi Mann is a recognised professional expert in the field of human psychology, yet she explains how we can switch our thinking processes in simple, clear and understandable layman’s terms so that we can all understand how the thoughts we have and how well we control them can have such a positive effect in our lives.

 

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#7 - The Power of Appreciation

#7 - The Power of Appreciation

July 30, 2020

In our first series, we present thoughts, discussion and debate between Sparta Health’s Mental Health Clinical Lead, and Psychologist, Dr Sandi Mann, and Steve Bennett, on behalf of the Sparta Group.  

 

In our seventh episode of the series, Sandi and Steve discuss appreciation and its role in our everyday lives. When people feel appreciation, good things happen to their minds, hearts and bodies. But appreciation is much more than a feel-good mantra. It is an actual force, an energy that can be harnessed and used to transform our daily life – relationships, work, health, aging, finances, crisis and more.

 

Dr Sandi Mann is a recognised professional expert in the field of human psychology, yet she explains how we can switch our thinking processes in simple, clear and understandable layman’s terms so that we can all understand how the thoughts we have and how well we control them can have such a positive effect in our lives.

 

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#6 - Basic Human Needs and the Search for Meaning

#6 - Basic Human Needs and the Search for Meaning

July 23, 2020

In our first series, we present thoughts, discussion and debate between Sparta Health’s Mental Health Clinical Lead, and Psychologist, Dr Sandi Mann, and Steve Bennett, on behalf of the Sparta Group.  

 

In our sixth episode of the series, Sandi and Steve discuss the basic human needs we all must satisfy to allow true happiness to return to our lives. Each of us is motivated by needs. Our most basic needs are inborn, having evolved over tens of thousands of years. In the 1950’s a respected psychologist, Abraham Maslow developed what has become known as the “Hierarchy of Needs”. His work is this area has become the most respected in the field and forms the basis of all analysis of human needs in the search for happiness and fulfilment in life.

 

Dr Sandi Mann is a recognised professional expert in the field of human psychology, yet she explains how we can switch our thinking processes in simple, clear and understandable layman’s terms so that we can all understand how the thoughts we have and how well we control them can have such a positive effect in our lives.

 

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#5 – How Did I Get Here? How Your Childhood Conditioning and Emotional Programming Can Be Retrained for Happier Outcomes

#5 – How Did I Get Here? How Your Childhood Conditioning and Emotional Programming Can Be Retrained for Happier Outcomes

July 16, 2020

In our series on podcasts, we present thoughts, discussion and debate between Sparta Health’s Mental Health Clinical Lead, and Psychologist, Dr Sandi Mann, and Steve Bennett, on behalf of the Sparta Group.  

 

In our fifth episode, Sandi and Steve discuss the conditioning and programming we receive since childhood from parents, siblings and authority figures that impact our state of happiness positively or negatively.

 

Dr Sandi Mann is a recognised professional expert in the field of human psychology, yet she explains how we can switch our thinking processes in simple, clear and understandable layman’s terms so that we can all understand how the thoughts we have and how well we control them can have such a positive effect in our lives.

 

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#4 – Leadership Through Adversity and Uncertainty

#4 – Leadership Through Adversity and Uncertainty

July 9, 2020

In our series on podcasts, we present thoughts, discussion and debate between Sparta Health’s Mental Health Clinical Lead, and Psychologist, Dr Sandi Mann, and Steve Bennett, on behalf of the Sparta Group.  

In our fourth episode, Sandi and Steve discuss leadership through times of adversity and uncertainty.  A company’s success or failure is based on the quality of leadership culture and excellence and not so much on managerial acumen.

Dr Sandi Mann is a recognised professional expert in the field of human psychology, yet she explains how we can switch our thinking processes in simple, clear and understandable layman’s terms so that we can all understand how the thoughts we have and how well we control them can have such a positive effect in our lives.

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#3 - The Real and Authentic You Behind the Masks Life and Society Force Us to Wear

#3 - The Real and Authentic You Behind the Masks Life and Society Force Us to Wear

July 2, 2020

In our series of podcasts, we present thoughts, discussion and debate between Sparta Health’s Mental Health Clinical Lead, and Psychologist, Dr Sandi Mann, and Steve Bennett, on behalf of the Sparta Group.  

In our third episode, Sandi and Steve discuss further the beliefs and values that underpin your experience of life and that you can change either at any time to positively affect your outcomes.  You can change what you feel and the emotions that rush through you to those that serve you better.  The discussion moves naturally onto how authenticity and reclaiming your authentic self as a major step toward greater happiness. On this voyage of self-discovery, it is inevitable that we ask ourselves the question “Will the real me please stand up?” Answering the question takes courage, courage to face the uncomfortable truth, with relentless honesty and perseverance, perhaps discovering that some of the masks we wear in life are no longer serving us.

Discover how the beliefs that reside in your mind dramatically improve or impair your experience of happiness. You’ll hear about self-limiting beliefs like imposter syndrome, a common and misguided feeling that we are not good enough in one role or another in out lives.

What are your values and why are they so important to your happiness?

Cars, houses, money, relationships are not values, they are objects of desire. It is the feeling these things bring to our lives that represent our values. Values are who we are. What we value determines what life means to us and what actions we take. When we honour our values consistently, life is happy and fulfilling.

Two fundamental areas have an influence over the happiness we experience in our lives, and they are our values and our beliefs.

Authenticity and The Masks we Wear

Discovering the authentic you that makes you most happy, reclaiming your authentic self, avoiding the negative influence of others.

True happiness lies in being yourself, the real authentic you. Not the ‘limited self’ you pretend to be most of the time, behind the masks you are forced to wear to protect yourself and others from hurt, pain and criticism. The freedom to do or not to do anything and everything – this is our natural state of happiness before we covered it with masks and limitations.

Dr Sandi Mann is a recognised professional expert in the field of human psychology, yet she explains how we can switch our thinking processes in simple, clear and understandable layman’s terms so that we can all understand how the thoughts we have and how well we control them can have such a positive effect in our lives.

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