Dr Harvey Jones, Clinical Neuropschologist, and Dr Damon Ashworth, Clinical Psychologist, have developed a show where they take turns asking each other about a topic they would like to learn more about that they think their clients may be interested in learning more about too. Each episode will come out monthly and contain a different topic. The topic will be known beforehand, but the questions will not be known until the discussion. Each episode will end with a key takeaway for how people can improve their skills in this area of their lives.

Episode 1: Help me improve my motivation

Episode 2: Help me improve my mood

Episode 3: Help me improve my ability to manage stress

Episode 4: Help me improve my sleep

The Deliberately Better Podcast interviews several people about how they have successfully dealt with certain life challenges. Other experts are consulted on how they would recommend overcoming common mental and physical health difficulties.

Episode 1: Neuropsychology and Brain Injury

Episode 2: Crashing Into Potential

Episode 3: Living With Cancer

Episode 4: Bodybuilding and Working Out

Episode 5: Trauma, PTSD and Recommended Treatments

Episode 6: How to Look After Yourself During Isolation

Episode 7: How to Approach Public Speaking

Episode 8: Autism, ADHD and the NDIS

Episode 9: Working With Mental Health Professionals and Developing Passive Income Streams

Episode 10: Everything You Need to Know About Blood Pressure

Episode 11: Strategies to Best Change Habits

Episode 12: SMART Goals and the Importance of Tracking Progress Over Time

Episode 13: The three main things you need to understand if you would like to improve your sleep

Episode 14: What is Healthy Eating?

Episode 15: Nutrition Discussion

Episode 16: Answering all of the questions you may have about sleep

Episode 17: Addiction

Episode 18: What difference can hearing difficulties make in your life, and can improving your hearing help you to live a better quality of life?

Episode 19: What Vanuatu is Doing to Help Individuals, Families and Communities with Mental Health Challenges

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