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Episode 6 - Dr Sharon Lambert

Episode 6 - Dr Sharon Lambert

In this episode I bring you an interview with Dr Sharon Lambert. Sharon Lambert is an Applied Psychologist and lecturer at University College Cork. In this episode Sharon and I discuss her journey to becoming a Psychologist. Sharon has an extensive background in Applied and Forensic Psychology. We cover Sharon's PHD on female sexual offenders, her research on trauma with the Cork Simon community and her participation in Psychologists for Social Change. Sharon puts the Road to Psychology into perspective and in her words 'A doctorate is not on Maslow's hierarchy of needs'. I really enjoyed this conversation and I'm so excited to share it with you.What's in Sharon Lambert's mental health tool box?GardeningMindfulnessBoundariesResources and terms mentioned in the episode:Dr Lambert's research into trauma with the Cork Simon Community;https://www.corksimon.ie/what-we-do/campaigning/cork-simon-research/Dr Lambert's PHD on female sexual offending;https://arrow.tudublin.ie/ijass/vol9/iss1/4/The Adverse Childhood Experiences ScaleHousing FirstMaslow's Hierarchy of NeedsIn the Realm of Hungry Ghosts by Gabor MatéSharon's interview with Blindboy is also available on all podcast platforms. If you were impacted by issues discussed in this episode you can call;The Samaritans: 116123Dublin Rape Crisis: 1800778888One in Four: 016624070  

Duration: 1 hr 11 min

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