A new podcast exploring the variety of ways in which we lose and find ourselves in the 21st century. Hosted by author Nathalie Nahai & Psychotherapist Aaron Balick.
Produced by Hana Walker-Brown.
In our increasingly distracted world, many have found sanctuary in the podcast.
By quietening the noise of the external world, we create the opportunity to turn inward and listen to the voices we choose to hear. Thoughtfully selected, these podcasts can be a source of personal discovery, exploration and growth.
In this new series produced by the award winning Hana Walker-Brown, we explore the the stories that define people’s lives. Our first episode uncovers how people have found or lost themselves through drugs, sex, and religion.
As Nathalie Nahai and Aaron Balick guide us through these narratives, we ask the underlying question: what is “self” and how do we find it?
Author, Web Psychologist
A web psychologist, international speaker and author of Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion, Nathalie helps businesses apply scientific rigour to their website design, content marketing and products. She speaks at conferences around the world on the science of online persuasion, and contributes to national publications, TV and radio on the subject.
Dr Aaron Balick
Psychotherapist, cultural theorist and media consultant, Aaron Balick (PhD) is also the author of The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: connected-up instantaneous culture and the self. For more than a decade he has been taking psychological findings from the clinic and the University and transforming them into useful concepts that can be applied to individuals, organisations and culture. Aaron is the director of Stillpoint Spaces London.
An award-winning radio producer, sound designer and documentary maker based in London, Hana makes radio for Falling Tree Productions, Radio Wolfgang, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service and has sound designed for a variety of film, design and public art platforms including SquareSpace, BBC World, Lonely Planet and Space Explorer.
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