Adam Cox is joined by Lisa Kramer, Business Psychologist from Kooth, to discuss why many Brits may be feeling anxious about their return to the office. They look at how employers can spot the signs of employee anxiety, and what can be done to combat it.
Leave your worries behind you and enjoy 38 minutes of pure relaxation with Adam Cox and his soothing background music, as he guides you to breathe in calm and breathe out tension; explaining how, just as food is fuel for the body, oxygen is fuel for the mind.
Adam Cox is joined by celebrity chef and Bake Off’s own vegan baker, Stu Hensall to talk all things Tofu. They discuss how an individual can cut down their meat consumption and some of the common mistakes made when cooking with Tofu. Stu also gives some great recipe ideas.
We've all experienced that feeling of anxiety brought on by a lack of confidence, and young people are particularly susceptible when the new school term begins: especially if starting at a new school. Adam Cox helps both children and adults tackle it in this episode: using three key influences in building confidence - a child's mother, Roald Dahl's 'Fantastic Mr. Fox', and Greta Thunberg, he shows how to bring these sustaining resources into whatever challenging environment may confront you.
Adam Cox is joined by Jo Vigneron, Founding Principle of Pearson's new Online Academy, to look at some new research revealing the publics attitudes towards online learning and schooling. They discuss how online institutions are working to make up for the lack of physical interaction and Jo explains what Pearson Online Academy UK Global is and how is it different to the online learning experience Brits have become accustomed to.
Adam Cox has based this episode of The Hypnotist on James Cameron's film 'Avatar' to experience 50 minutes in a very different place. He aims to bring you back to Earth connected, refreshed and enthusiastic, full of gratitude, wisdom and optimism from this virtual holiday.
Adam Cox challenges the linked issues of emotional and weight fluctuation to rebuild a sense of purpose and increasing confidence, showing how role models can play an important part in re-discovering stability and encouraging healthy choices
Adam Cox is joined by Tim Coates, founder of Oxbury Bank, to look at how finance can help to tackle the climate crisis and how Brits can make greener choices when it comes to their banking. They look out how carbon offsetting works in banking, and Tim advises on how Oxbury Bank is working to help their customers reduce their impact on the environment. https://www.oxbury.com
Struggling to get a good night's sleep? Do unexplained noises in the middle of the night spook you? Adam Cox uses this episode to challenge irrational belief systems of ghosts etc .., which can generate a 'flight or fight' alertness just when you need to drop off. By re-interpreting such sounds as those of, perhaps, a guardian angel, and re-visiting calmer emotional responses he points the way to more peaceful and relaxing nights ahead.
Adam Cox is joined by District Senior Veterinary Surgeon from Vets Now, Lara Wilson, to discuss the veterinary staffing shortages caused by COVID and how this has impacted the approximately 12 million pet owners in the UK. They look at how the staffing shortages have affected wait times and reductions in registered vets, in addition to how the issues can be combatted. https://www.vets-now.com