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Stay Connected - As Heard On-Air

Stay Connected: As Heard On-Air with The WaveSwansea Sound and UWTSD.

As heard On-Air, listen back to our talks from across National Mental Health Week with BadgerPhil Hoyles and Psychology Professor Dr Ceri Phelps as she explains how kindness, asking for help and taking control can help us look after our Mental Health

As heard On-Air, listen back to for Dr. Ceri Phelps' chat with Leigh and ClaireKev as part of our Stay Connected Campaign on dealing with anxiety and setting goals and strategies during lockdown.

Dr Ceri Phelps

"I have over 10 years’ experience of applied health psychology research, and have worked for government agencies as well as in academic institutions. I am registered by the Health Professions Council as a practicing Health Psychologist. Between 2010 and 2013 I was a Committee Member of the South West Wales NHS Research Ethics Committee and continue to have a strong interest in research ethics."

Listen below for Dr. Paul Hutchings' chat with Leigh and Claire about dealing with social media: the good, the bad and the ugly.

Dr Paul Hutchings

“I started my career in psychology as a mature student, having previously been an airframe engineer. From 2001 – 2008 I studied for my BSc in psychology, MSc in research, and PhD in social cognition at Cardiff University. In 2008 I moved to University of Wales Trinity Saint David as a lecturer and took on the Programme Director role in 2009.

As a social psychologist I utilise a research-led approach to both exploring and solving problems within society. Our work on projects such as the Welsh Government-funded organ donation analysis and the Tenovus funded C:EVOLVE online counselling project are examples of how we can combine rigorous academic practice and apply it to issues within society.”

Chris Cashin is a lead nutritionist at UWTSD. Listen below for her chat with Leigh and ClaireKev on eating well during lockdown.

Daniel Martin is a chartered physiotherapist and you can listen to his advice on how to keep on moving below.

The Institute of Education and Humanities: Psychology & Counselling

The Institute of Education & Humanities combines the disciplines of education, psychology, social policy, youth and community and humanities.

Accredited by the British Psychological Society, UWTSD’s Psychology courses provide students with a combination of psychological knowledge, real-world application and practical skills development.

Watch the videos below from Dr. Ceri Phelps and Dr. Paul Hutchings to find out more about the Psychology and Counselling courses offered at UWTSD.

Dr. Ceri Phelps

Dr. Paul Hutchings

Dr. Ceri Phelps

Dr. Paul Hutchings

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The Institute of Management and Health

The Institute of Management and Health is committed to developing creative, skilled and employable graduates.

Great attention is given to student’s personal, professional and educational journey; providing flexible opportunities for study on programmes created with industry and the public sector.

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