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Potential Psychology

By Ellen Jackson

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In each episode your host, Australian psychologist Ellen Jackson, interviews an expert from the fields of psychology, well being, leadership, parenting and high performance. Ellen picks their brain to uncover what they know about living well, what tips they have for you and I, and she quizzes them about how they apply their expertise in their own life. Join Ellen as we discover simple, science-backed ways to live, learn, flourish and fulfil your potential.

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Well worth a listen

Ellen brings a natural warmth and curiosity to her conversations with a diverse range of interesting guests to deliver a thoroughly enjoyable and informative podcast.

Thanks Ellen

I have followed Ellen on social media for a couple of years and today listened to the first (of what will be many I think) of her podcasts. Informative, entertaining and new insights into the neuroscience of women’s brains. Great interview. I will be tuning in again soon.

It's like having access to a real psychologist!

I appreciate the content of these podcast episodes and am learning so much from the interviews with guest experts. I trust the information and am able to apply it in my life which I find most beneficial. I always wanted to do psychology as a subject- now I'm listening and learning on the go. Thank you for this valuable podcast.

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