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The LagomMind podcast is a MOJO nominated show looking at mental health from a wide range of perspectives. Guests have included MPs, Olympians, best-selling authors and world leading psychologists and psychiatrists. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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This week we spoke to Dr Robin Carhart-Harris from the Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London. Robin and his team focus on the clinical use of psychedelics, in particular looking at their potential in the treatment of depression. Robin was an absolutely fascinating guest and I hope you enjoy the episode. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
Hi everyone, this week we spoke to the author and journalist Ronny Reng about his book A Life Too Short- The Tragedy of Robert Enke. The book details the life of the German national team goalkeeper Robert Enke who died by suicide in November 2009. Ronny writes in an incredibly compassionate and well-researched manner, and the book is genuinely movi…
 
In the second episode of this series, we spoke to Oliver Kamm. Oliver is a leader writer and columnist at the Times, and we discuss his book Mending the Mind, where he details his experience with severe depression and the tools he used in recovery. If you enjoy the episode, please give us a rating and review on iTunes. To find out more about Oliver…
 
Welcome to the latest series of the LagomMind podcast. In this opening episode, we spoke to internationally renowned addiction psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr Judson Brewer about his work and new book Unwinding Anxiety. Dr Jud is the director of research and innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in psychiatry at the School…
 
Hi everyone, in the last episode of this series, we spoke to Francesca Specter. Francesca is the host of the Alonement podcast and author of the upcoming book of the same name. We spoke about what atonement is and why its important to develop the skills to be by yourself. As ever if you enjoy the episode, please give us a rating and review where ev…
 
Hi everyone, this week we had a conversation with Dr Roland Zahn, a consultant psychiatrist at Kings College London. We looked at his work with grief, the effectiveness of antidepressants and neurofeedback. As ever if you enjoy the episode, please give us a rating and review where ever you get your podcasts! To find out more about our guests: Twitt…
 
Hi everyone, in this episode we spoke to Emma Slade author of the fabulous book Set Free. Emma has an amazing life story in which after she was taken hostage at gunpoint during her high flying banking career; she embarked upon a journey that resulted in her becoming an ordained Nun in Bhutan. Emma has also set up the brilliant Opening your Heart to…
 
Hi everyone, in the second episode of this series we spoke to the Athletic's Crystal Palace correspondent Matt Woosnam about his own mental health and mental health in football more generally! If you want to find out more about Matt and his work: Twitter- @mattwoosie Website-https://theathletic.co.uk/team/crystal-palace/ See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to this new series of the LagomMind podcast! In this first episode, we spoke to James Grimes from the Big Step campaign and Samantha Thomas a Professor of public health about the impact of gambling on mental health, especially its association with sports. As ever if you enjoy the episode give us a rating and review! To find …
 
This week we spoke to Isabel Hardman. Isabel is assistant editor of the Spectator and the best selling author of Why We Get the Wrong Politicians and the Natural Health Service. We spoke about her own experiences of mental health and how nature, and in particular open water swimming and the outdoors helped her. We also looked at how coronavirus may…
 
This week we spoke to Annabelle Padwick. Annabelle is a gardener, author and therapist who used gardening to soothe her own mental health issues. Our conversation looked at her journey with mental health, how gardening, nature and her allotment helped her, as well as how lockdown may change the way we view nature and wellbeing. To find out more abo…
 
This week we spoke to Sebene Selassie. Sebene is a meditation teacher, author and speaker. She is also a three-time breast cancer survivor, and her work focuses on the areas of belonging and identity. This was inspired by her experiences of having moved to a white neighbourhood in Washington, D.C from Addis Ababa and being "a tomboy black girl who …
 
This week we spoke to the brilliant Dr Gabriel Felix. Gabriel is a Psychiatry resident at Harvard with a particular passion for black mental health and justice Our conversation looked why he wanted to get into psychiatry and the impact of corona on black mental health in the USA. If you enjoy the episode please give us a rating and review on iTunes…
 
In this sixth episode of our lockdown series, we spoke to Tom Hourigan about health anxiety. Tom is a senior journalist at the BBC and you've probably heard him reading the news on BBC Radio 2, Five Live and 6 Music. Our chat looked at how his health anxiety started and what helped him with it and how he is coping with having to be across the coron…
 
In this fifth episode of our special lockdown series, we spoke to journalist and author Lucy Jones about her book, Losing Eden which details why our minds need the wild. Our conversation touched upon how nature, along with more traditional treatment was important for her recovery from addiction and other MH issues and the role of our relationship t…
 
In the fourth episode of this lockdown series, we spoke to Russell Foster, Professor of Circadian Neuroscience and Head of the Department of Ophthalmology at Oxford University. Russell is a world-leading expert in sleep and its relationship with mental health. Our conversation looked at this relationship between sleep and mental health, the importa…
 
In the third episode of this special lockdown series we spoke to former international surfer and Love Island contestant Laura Crane.We spoke about the pressures of growing up as an athlete, body image and bulimia and the power of exercise for the mind. If you want to find our more about Laura:Instagram: @lauraloucraneYoutube: https://www.youtube.co…
 
In the second episode of this series we spoke to Martin Yelling. Martin is a former international runner, elite duathlete and has finished the Hawaii Ironman and completed the Comrades Ultra. He is also hosts the brilliant Marathon Talk podcast and started the charity Stormbreak.In our chat we spoke about the links between mental and physical healt…
 
Welcome to this second series of the LagomMind Podcast. We've rushed this one through to give you some content during these tricky times. In this first episode, we spoke to author, journalist and political aide Alastair Campbell.Our conversation touched upon his experiences of depression whilst in Downing Street, mental health and the media and muc…
 
In the final episode of this series we spoke to Dave Chawner, best- selling author and award winning comedian.Dave came to our attention following his book 'Weight Expectations- One Mans Recovery from Anorexia'.Our conversation touches on a number of topics particualrly eating disorders and specfically in men.As ever if you enjoy the episode please…
 
In the penultimate episode of this series we spoke to Guy Tolhurst, CEO of Indagate Group and founder of Mindful Investor amongst others. We talked about his experiences with "panic attacks, acute anxiety, depression and stress" and how he began to recover. We also explore the work of Mindful Investor and why Guy thinks its so important.To find out…
 
In the third episode of this series we spoke to Lewis Baxter. Lewis founded The Blurred Line Group following his own battle with mental health. The group aims to be the UK’s first funding hub for local mental health charities and community projects.As a warning Lewis speaks about suicide in this episode. If this is something that has impacted you i…
 
In the second episode of this series we spoke to Ashley Lowe Health & Wellbeing Manager at the Newcastle United Foundation.We spoke to Ashley about her work at Newcastle and about their BE A GAME CHANGER mental health campaign which has been brilliantly successful across Newcastle and the North East of England. If you want to find out more about As…
 
In the first episode of this series we spoke to Mark Boyns, founder of Opening Up Cricket. Mark founded Opening Up after losing a friend to suicide and is doing brilliant work touring the country opening up discussions about mental health cricket clubs.Outside this we talked about mental health in sports in general and how Mark looks after his own …
 
This week we had the pleasure of talking to marathon man Peter Thompson. Pete has achieved some incredible feats like running the Tour De France and completing 44 Marathons in 44 countries in 44 days all to raise money for the mental health charity MIND and the disability charity Livability. We spoke to Pete about what drove him to do this, how he …
 
On this episode of the LagomMind Podcast we had the pleasure of talking to the inspirational adventurer Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent.Antonia's career in adventuring began when a friend asked her to drive a pink Tuk-Tuk from Bangkok to England raising money for MIND. Since then Antonia has been on some amazing adventures like solo motorbike rides throug…
 
In this episode of the LagomMind Podcast, we spoke to George Bell who heads up partner development for Sanctus. Their mission is to change the perceptions of mental health and to put the world’s first mental fitness gyms on the high streetOur conversation with George looked at his own mental health and how he recovered from a difficult period to be…
 
On this episode of the LagomMind Podcast we had the pleasure of talking to the inspirational Dr Ellen Hendriksen.Ellen is a clinical psychologist who has helped millions of people calm their anxiety and be their authentic selves through her award-winning Savvy Psychologist podcast and her work at Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related D…
 
In this episode, we spoke to Kira Newman the Managing Editor of Greater Good Science Center. Greater Good provides science-based insights to provide people with tools to build a more meaningful life. Kira's role in the organisation is to write research briefs, feature articles, book reviews, and essays; and edit articles by staff, freelance journal…
 
This week our guest on the podcast was Diana Winston, the Director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA Semel Institute’s Mindful Awareness Research Center. Diana is the co-author of Fully Present, the Science, Art, and Practice of Mindfulness and has taught mindfulness since 1999 in a variety of settings including hospitals, universities, corporations…
 
This episode we spoke to Dr Marvin Belzer, who has over twenty years experience teaching mindfulness meditation. He is currently Adjunct Associate Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences. Before this, he taught a semester-long meditation course in the Department of Philosophy at Bowling Green St. University, where …
 
This episode we spoke to Dr Julieta Galante of Cambridge University. Julieta is a qualified medical doctor whose research now lies in mental health promotion and the effects of lifestyle on health. In particular Julieta looks at the effects of meditation on mental health and has piloted mindfulness courses for students at Cambridge. Our conversatio…
 
This episode we spoke to Yoni Ashar, a Graduate Student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Colorado Boulder. Yoni's work looks at using brain measurement (especially fMRI) to better understand how placebo treatments for depression work and to better understand how factors of the patient-provider relationship can lead to healing. In our con…
 
This week our guest is Rachel Hall- Higher Education Editor at the Guardian. In this role, and through her previous experiences engaging with universities she has seen an increased dialogue around student mental health and has written numerous articles on it.We really enjoyed chatting to Rachel and look forward to reading more of her work. If you e…
 
In this weeks episode of the Mental Health Pod we spoke to Hope Virgo. Hope is a mental health campaigner and author of Stand Tall Little Girl- which details her journey with Anorexia. More recently, Hope’s efforts have been devoted to her Dump The Scales Petition- which calls for the government to review the eating disorder guidance delivered by c…
 
In this weeks episode of the Mental Health Pod I was joined by Dr. Chuck Raison of Wisconsin Madison University. Chuck is an internationally recognized psychiatrist researching novel mechanisms involved in the development and treatment of major depression and other stress-related emotional and physical conditions. Outside of his academic work, Chuc…
 
This week we chatted to Leon Taylor, three-time GB Olympian who won silver in Athens 2004. Post-retirement Leon has explored and written a book on mentoring called "MENTOR - The most important role you were never trained for" and recently gave a brilliant TEDx talk on movement and mental health. We touched on all of this in our chat and also explor…
 
In this episode we spoke to Nicky Ball, Residences Welfare and Conduct Manager at King's College London. Alongside this Nicky is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor.It was really great to speak to Nicky and see how her, Mental Health First Aid England and King's College London residences are improving students experiences and mental health care.If…
 
This week we spoke to Dr Danny Penman. For Harry, this was quite a poignant interview as in his first session with his pschologist he was given a book called Finding peace in a Frantic World by Danny, which he credits as helping change his life and alter ingrained negative habits. Since then he has also read Mindfulness for Health and the Art of Br…
 
In this weeks episode of the Mental Health Pod we spoke to Helen Undy from the Money and Mental Health Policy Institution. As Helen explains there is an often overlooked impact of those with mental health issues struggling with their finances and vica versa with research suggesting people with Mental Health issues being 3x as likely to have money p…
 
Jaimal Yogis is a longtime surfer, meditation teacher and author of 'Saltwater Buddha' and a new book 'All Our Waves Are Water'. We spoke about a whole range of stuff including running away to Maui at 16, joining a monastery and almost ordaining as a Zen monk, and the power of water and sports for mental health.To find more about Jaimal:Visit his w…
 
"There is a reason why the World Health Organisation still ranks OCD as the fifth most debilitating illness in the world"Amazing to share this podcast episode which features Johnny Mercer MP. Johnny is an MP for Plymouth Moor View and a former Captain in the British Army. He has also suffered from OCD and witnessed the struggles of army veterans. T…
 
Josh Blackburn is co-founder of the male grooming company Regal Gentleman. Here he discusses how they are creating a community of men and using this community to encourage discussion around mental health. We also spoke about his own issues and how he combats them. More about Josh:https://regalgentleman.comhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx_Couu5K0…
 
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