Dec 21, 2021
a keynote address given by Daryl Chow, Ph.D. for a virtual
conference hosted by the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
Cumulative evidence in psychotherapy suggests that we not only do not improve with experience, our typical professional development efforts by attending workshops, and engaging in...
Oct 7, 2021
In this exclusive episode #10 on Frontiers Radio, we have a special guest, Dr. Scott Miller. We talked about several luminary figures who shaped and influenced his life, pivotal turning points, the writing process and his thoughts around the future of psychotherapy.
People who shaped Scott's...
Jun 2, 2021
I believe one of the most critical things you can do is to
create a personalised learning system (PLS).
Though the payoff is not immediate, but like growing a seed, the benefit is tremendous, especially if you value personal and professional development.
In this episode of Frontiers Radio, I take you down a road trip...
May 11, 2021
In the 1950s, A fairly unusual be-spectacled and slender
Lieutenant Gilbert Daniels was tasked to solve one of the biggest
problems in the US Air Force: Plane crashes.
What he unravelled in the process holds a unique lesson for psychotherapists, and why we have been failing to implement and scale "evidence-based"...
Jun 24, 2020
We pay tribute to K. Anders Ericsson in today's episode.
He is known by many to be "the expert on expertise." His work, along with his colleagues had a profound impact on a wide array of professional domains such as sports, music, chess, and more recently in the field of psychotherapy. His four decades worth...