Peer-Recommended Resources: Psychology Podcasts

Welcome to Peer-Recommended Resources, where resources that are shared on the SfHP (Div38) list serve are collected and shared. To let us know what you think about this new initiative, to request a future topic, or to share other resources, please email thehealthpsychologist@gmail.com.

This month, we asked members to submit suggestions for psychology related podcasts, both for professionals and patients. Thank you to all the members who submitted resources. Click the links below, or search for the titles on Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Spotify, etc. If you know of additional resources that you would like to share with your colleagues on this topic, please add them in the comments section below so our list of peer-recommended resources keeps growing.

 

Progress Notes

The Psychology Podcast with Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman

Invisibilia

Hidden Brain

Mental Illness Happy Hour

The Psych Central Show

Healthpsych.com YouTube Channel managed by Dr. Dan Bruns

Jedi Counsel Podcast

Speaking of Psychology

Episode 11 of Dr. Joe Tatta’s Podcast featuring Dr. Beth Darnall on Less Pain, Fewer Pills

Episode 4 of The Social Exchange Featuring Dr. Rick Barnett on Prescribing Psychologists

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hansen

The Science of Happiness

All in the mind

 

Thank you to Jessica Naftaly, M.S. and the SfHP list serv for helping with this section.

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One thought on “Peer-Recommended Resources: Psychology Podcasts

  1. A bit of sled promotion here – another good pod is Two Shrinks Pod – by two Melbourne based therapists (one who is a health psychologist) – discussing different topics each episode. It’s pitched at psychologists or people interested in psych.
    Available on Apple, pod bean, stitcher and through

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