Podcasts

 

Listen to our RCPsych podcasts.

You can listen to individual podcasts by clicking on the 'Listen now' links below. You can also follow us on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, and Spotify.

Did you know you can earn CPD points by completing eLearning after listening to some of our podcasts? Use the Filter menu below to see all of the individual podcasts which link to CPD Online.

You are not alone - Episode 2: Shielding doctors

04 August 2021

In the second episode of our 'You are not alone' series of podcasts, Psychiatric Training Committee vice-chair Dr Shevonne Matheiken speaks to two trainees who have been shielding during the ...

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Music, Art and Neuroscience for South Asian History Month

26 July 2021

As part of our celebration of South Asian History Month, we talk to Dr Santosh Mudholkar who shares his thoughts on the interaction between culture, music and the brain.

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Facing COVID in the South Asian Community

12 July 2021

In this podcast, recorded for South Asian History Month, we discuss what it's like to have family living back in South Asia during the pandemic, the effect of COVID on ...

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You are not alone - Episode 1: Doctors with Mental Illness

21 June 2021

The Psychiatric Trainees Committee (PTC) are proud to present a podcast series that celebrates the lived experience of colleagues and explores topics affecting physician wellbeing.

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PrideCast: Eating Disorders, Bullying and Government Support

17 June 2021

For our second PrideCast we speak to two experts about eating disorders, OCD and ADHD as well as the experience of childhood bullying for being gay.

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PrideCast: Gay Conversion Therapy, Being an LGBT Mental Health Professional and Patient Relationships

06 June 2021

To celebrate Pride, we talk to Dr Sarah Stansfeld and Lesley Fraser about gay conversion therapy and active steps the government could take to support the LGBTQ+ community.

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Climate change miniseries - episode 3

10 May 2021

We interview psychotherapist Roger Duncan. Roger speaks on his fascinating research into attachment styles, the wilderness and his vital work connecting teenagers to their natural environment.

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Climate change miniseries - episode 2

10 May 2021

Dr Katherine Kennet joins us to discuss the importance of integrating the natural world with more traditional therapy and how she would encourage other mental health professionals to use ecotherapy....

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Climate change miniseries - episode 1

10 May 2021

We talk to Michelle who lived with anxiety and depression for over two decades and recently got involved with a Wildlife Trust in Lancashire called MyPlace.

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Women and autism

31 March 2021

What is it like to be diagnosed with autism later on in your adult life? Two women describe their experience with autism, from misdiagnosis to social expectations and camouflaging. We ...

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