At the Shift Show, we are on a mission to make the world of psychology approachable, easy to understand, and (*gasp*) enjoyable. Join us as we break things down, without all the psychobabble.
On this episode, Zac is joined by Dr. Lindsay to talk all about how limiting beliefs show up in our relationships. Sometimes people think they need couples counselling, when...
On this episode, The Shift Show enters the world of evolutionary psychology, and how the oldest parts of our brain impact how we think, feel, and behave. Andrea McTague...
Zac discusses being able to understand some of the symptoms that his ADHD created in childhood. Not being able to sustain mental effort in early assignments in school.
In honour of Remembrance Day, Zac interviews CPT Matthew Dudley, Human Resources Officer of the United States Army, and his wife, Shannon. When Shannon and Matthew first met, he...
Behind The Mic
When he is not immersed in creating magnificent mental fitness for clients, you could find him playing Mario Kart with his kids, or recording a podcast. He also is a total nerd, and loves geek culture, superhero movies, and cheap pizza on a Friday night.
Her approach is all about looking at people like people, not disorders, and providing coaching for conquering those limiters. She’s about as open-minded and direct as they come, animated and full-on, but her real strength lies in a tenacity that knows no limits. She has worked in schools, non-profits and private practice, and brings a varied cultural and religious knowledge to her practice.
Dr. Lindsay Sewall
Lindsay brings enthusiasm, warmth, openness, and a dash of humour to establish a nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship, where clients are able to explore where they may be feeling stuck, develop new adaptive strategies, and create a more fulfilling life.
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