On the Heroic Minds podcast, host Ben Fanelli dives into the minds of people that made the decision to be the hero of their own story.
On this episode, Ben interviews Dr. Judith Andersen, a health psychologist at the University of Toronto, whose research focuses on the biopsychosocial mechanisms by which stress impacts health and occupational performance.
Dr. Andersen has conducted field research on the psychophysiological responses in people who experience trauma and severe stress. Through her findings Dr. Andersen has been able to conduct/test resilience training and the outcome of psychophysiological stress intervention (techniques for civilians, police and military personnel to increase high stress resilience/performance.)
In this episode:
- The most ideal psychophysiological way of being
- It is NOT “mental health” it is “Human Performance”
- How to work within “Fight or Flight”
- How to redirect your thought
- How to restore your reserves
- Discipline vs Punishment
- How to tailor your message to make change