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Welcome to Hypfocus Hypnosis Melbourne , my name is Georgina Mitchell and I'm a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Counsellor located in Mentone, South East Melbourne.In this Podcast I'll discuss topics that relate to mental health and well being. In some episodes I'll include a guided meditation or Hypnotherapy session.If you would like to be interviewed on this podcast feel free to contact me via www.hypfocus.com.au/In my practice I specialise in the treatment of Anxiety Disorders and Compulsive ...
 
DJ Mateo has made the world his home with stops around Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean. He is proud to be from New York City. Getting his start in the business by working in nightclubs as a promoter. DJ Mateo discovered his passion for the industry. He realized that it is possible to turn a love for music into a career. He lives by the mantra "There is no life without music" and this pushed him to keep pursuing his dream. Once leaving the nightclub promotion scene. DJ ...
 
More than just music. More than just talk. Issue Oriented is about rock, ideas, and compelling interviews. ISSUE ORIENTED is hosted by me, Ronen Kauffman. I've been writing at the intersection of music and ideas for years, and have interviewed dozens of influential bands and individuals. I am also in a band called Zombie Apocalypse. You can learn more about me and my work at my website, issueoriented.com. ISSUE ORIENTED began with Australian radio personality Sarah DeBorre and I discussing c ...
 
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In this episode of Talking Teaching, the University of Melbourne’s Larissa McLean Davies – an Associate Professor in Languages and Literacy Education – hosts a panel discussion on the importance of reading in our lives, and how to make the teaching of English more inclusive, particularly in terms of decolonising the curriculum.…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded late 2020, released 28 January 2021 as standalone interview podcast.Dustin Arbuckle rose to fame as the singer and harp player with Alligator recording artists Moreland and Arbuckle. Now Dustin fronts his own band 'The Damnations' and Salty talks with Dustin about the new venture and latest album 'My Getaway'. Hailin…
 
Laureate Professor John Hattie reflects on the effect of COVID-19 on the education system examining what we should keep from what he calls the ‘great experiment’. Speaking to Talking Teaching on the eve of his retirement from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, John stresses the need to focus on the existing expertise we have in education a…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 13 November 2020, released 23 November 2020 as standalone interview podcast.Two great Australian artists come together to record some new blues in the old traditions. Raw, analogue and in the moment. Josh Teskey and Ash Grunwald are giants in their own right, and together bring it right on home. How will this recordi…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 21 October 2020, released 2 November 2020 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with the great Australian guitarist Jimi Hocking (Streaming Jets, Angels, Blues Machine) about everything Jimi - and his new release with the fabulous Blues Roulette. Sample cuts from the album throughout - and how did he get that n…
 
On this episode of Talking Teaching Kamilaroi woman, Dr Melitta Hogarth, the Assistant Dean, Indigenous at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, discusses the challenges facing the education sector in building an inclusive school culture and environment for Indigenous students in Australia. To achieve this, she says, we need to flip the narra…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 26 August 2020, released 18 September 2020 as standalone interview podcast."Sometimes people leave without saying goodbye" That's 'ghosting' - the title of Van Walker's fabulous new album. After a hiatus getting to deal with his demons, Van has emerged with a work of substance and power. Blues is poetry, indeed. Dawg…
 
In a traumatic year of bushfires and a global pandemic young people in Australia have faced increasing uncertainty and anxiety. How do schools support their students through these times and how can they help them deal with the trauma to ensure that they thrive? On this episode of Talking Teaching Professor Helen Cahill, a leading innovator in schoo…
 
Teachers, students, parents and entire school communities have been through a tumultuous time having been forced to switch schooling from the classroom to remote learning and back again in the space of a few months. So, what’s worked, what didn’t and what are schools going to take with them into the future? On this episode of Talking Teaching: two …
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 19 May 2020, released 9 June 2020 as standalone interview podcast.Salty and Joey Vincent (Joe Camilleri) take time out for a long fireside chat. Joey's new chart topping Bakelite Radio release "Rosary of Tears" is the focus, but we cover everything from the Black Sorrows, living in the pandemic to the reason why musi…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 26 February 2020, released 29 April 2020 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with the fabulous Jimmie Vaughan about his new album 'Baby Please Come Home' and all things Texas blues, Stratocaster's, Fabulous Thunderbirds and some family music history. Recorded just before the planned visit to Byron Bay's Blues…
 
A global pandemic and devastating bushfires – these major events are going to affect people's lives and wellbeing for a long time. Their ramifications are forcing people to deal with uncertainty, stress and loss. On this episode of Talking Teaching: Professor Lindsay Oades, Director of the Centre for Positive Psychology at the Melbourne Graduate Sc…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 01 December 2019, released 18 December 2019 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with Australia's famed guitar wizard and blues ambassador Geoff Achison. Geoff talks 20 years performing in the UK with the UK souldiggers and the background to the latest album. We also discuss the famed Boxing Day Blues at Melbo…
 
In this final edition of Talking Teaching for this year Maxine McKew talks to David de Carvalho about the national NAPLAN picture and what it is really telling us. The ACARA chief regrets that NAPLAN is too often seen as the sole measure of student achievement and that national testing needs to be augmented by more granular assessment. And we hear …
 
The Prime Minister says that TAFE is as good as university and wants to encourage young Australians to consider taking up a trade. But how fit for purpose is the sector? After a troubled recent history of dodgy providers and high upfront fees, enrolments are plummeting. Can this be reversed? In this edition of Talking Teaching Professor John Polese…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 22 August 2019, released 17 September 2019 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with Ash Grunwald - roots, blues, crossover master from Australia. After sold out shows on three continents, Ash took five years out to reignite the passion. A fascinating journey and a fabulous new album 'Mojo'. More https://ashgr…
 
Emeritus Professor Barry McGaw has spent a lifetime advocating for greater equity in Australia schooling. In this interview with Kerry Elliott he considers recent funding policy failures and regrets the way Australian schooling has become so segmented and stratified. The founding chair of ACARA, Barry McGaw also makes some important distinctions ab…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 7 August 2019, released 11 August 2019 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with Milan Milutinovic - songwriter, guitar and vox for The New Savages out of Melbourne Australia. We cover the new release 'Seventh Son', roots in the Mississippi delta, touring and the spiritual base of the blues. Trance and drone! …
 
The sixth International Congress for Positive Psychology was held recently in Melbourne with the University of Melbourne as the main partner. Hundreds of experts from across the globe described their approach to maximising wellbeing, particularly among young people. Talking Teaching was there and interviewed David Kolpak from St Peter’s College in …
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 17 July 2019, released 20 July 2019 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with Ben Wicks the founder and driving force behind the great 'Blues Roulette'. Ben talks about the Roulette's origins and where it's headed, and the fabulous new EP 'Kings And Queens'. Choice cuts throughout. Dig it tone hounds! More: ht…
 
In this episode Maxine McKew talks with experts Trish Eadie and Deb Brennan about the multiple benefits of quality early learning programmes for young children. In particular they consider the growing national momentum for pre-school for three year old children, a policy already embraced by Victoria. The discussion also analyses the success and con…
 
What is it the rest of the world is noticing about Australia’s teachers? Ranked as one of the world’s top ten teachers, Rooty Hill humanities teacher Yasodai Selvakumaran talks to TT about overseas interest in the way we engage students in complex problem solving. Guest speakers: Yasodai Selvakumaran - ranked in the top ten for the Varkey Foundatio…
 
In this episode of Talking Teaching Kerry Elliott talks to David Hornsby about the contentious issue of how we teach reading to young students. Why can’t we agree on the fundamentals and insist on comprehensive English language training for teachers? Listen to David Hornsby's common sense approach.Di University of Melbourne
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 07 February 2019, released 13 April 2019 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with the fabulous Samantha Fish on the eve of her first visit to Australia and performances at Byron Bay's Bluesfest. At the age of thirty, Samantha has bent traditional boundaries to rise as a master guitarist, singer songwriter, ba…
 
In this episode of Talking Teaching writer and university lecturer Tegan Bennett Daylight discusses what she sees as declining standards and poor quality reading skills in some students attending universities. She identifies the dilemma of how to instil a love of reading in children from teachers who are struggling themselves. A provocative must- l…
 
Talking Teaching’s first episode for 2019 features interviews with Larissa McLean Davies and with Penny Jones. From different perspectives they both talk about how educators can boost student interest in reading. Larissa McLean Davies is Associate Dean Teaching and Learning at The Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She is on a mission to boost…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 10 October 2018, released 21 January 2019 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with Rebecca Lovell from Larkin Poe. Great great great grand daughters of poet Edgar Allan Poe, Rebecca and Megan have burst onto the international roots scene with their brilliant take on old school blues mixed with C21 vox, style …
 
In this episode of Talking Teaching Maxine McKew talks with Professor Glyn Davis who has just completed fourteen years as Vice Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. It was one of Glyn’s high school teachers who first sat him down and showed him how to go about pursuing a university education. Glyn’s own reflections on the joy of teaching, the …
 
In this month’s Talking Teaching, Sophie Murphy interviews Stanford University’s Jo Boaler who argues that the latest neuroscience explains what she has always argued – that anyone can do maths. Kerry Elliott talks to Michaela Epstein and Michelle Fry about how on-line maths learning is engaging students and producing impressive results. And finall…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 20 July 2018, released 25 August 2018 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with fantastic blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Matty T Wall. We hear about the influence of 'metal' on Matty over the years, when the blues struck him down and the joy of working with no effects pedals! Tracks from the latest '…
 
Welcome to episode 4. In this episode I'll be talking a bit about what Hypnosis is and how it's utilised in my therapy sessions. Hypnosis is a fast effective therapy that can be applied to a wide range of issues, it helps put people in touch with their inner resources and a good therapist can provide them with the skills to use them. I hope you enj…
 
Visit: www.salty.com.auRecorded 22 June 2018, released 12 July 2018 as standalone interview podcast.Salty talks with Lloyd Spiegel about the new album 'Backroads'. Hear about the writing and recording process, and taking the new material on the road to sold out clubs and rooms. And what is Lloyd's secret passion? We divulge all. Great music through…
 
This month we chat to leaders from across the school sector who meet and exchange ideas at the University of Melbourne Network of Schools (UMNOS). Program founder, Katherine Henderson, explains the link between this kind of collaboration and a lift in overall student achievement. Next up, Dr Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educatio…
 
In this episode Melbourne Therapist Georgina Mitchell discusses good nutrition and the relationship between Stress, Depression and Weight Gain.At the 10 minute mark I will begin a Progressive Muscle Relaxation exercise which is designed to help relax the body and lower stress levels. This exercise is approximately 12 minutes long, do not listen to …
 
This episode is all about helping you get to sleep. There is a brief introduction followed by a relaxation session designed to ease you into deep relaxation and help you drift off to sleep. This recording should not be listened to when driving or operating machinery as it may cause drowsiness.As you become familiar with the session you will be able…
 
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