Nesh Nikolic

Better Thinking.

CONVERSATIONS EXPLORING PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY IN EVERYDAY LIFE.

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PODCAST

Better Thinking podcast

On every episode you will hear inspiring conversations with leading experts in the fields of psychology, sports, personal growth, nutrition and other fields in order to gain clarity and understanding on how to deal with life in these exciting, yet challenging times.

Your host, Nesh Nikolic, is a Clinical Psychologist based in Canberra, Australia with over 15,000 hours of 1-on-1 therapy experience. He’s trained in a number of therapy modes including Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Schema Therapy.

Every week, Nesh will bring raw, down-to-earth and nonchalant talks right into your ears that are designed to make you think smarter and better so you can deal with life as it is - no sugar-coating or playing “happy.”

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TRAINING

ACT in Depth

 

ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY TRAINING FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

CPD/CE: 8 hours | Course Type: Self-paced | Content: Video & text | Price: Free

ACT in Depth is a comprehensive training program in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The program has been designed predominately for clinicians, however, the teachings can also be applied by non-clinicians for personal use. Inside the training you will learn theoretical principles, useful metaphors and models and practical case scenarios to use acceptance and commitment therapy.

ACT in Depth contains 49 videos plus explanatory notes for each lesson.

The training is 100% FREE.

 
The Mind is Like a Documentary Maker
Defusion and the Survival Response
Radio Station Metaphor
Values Cards Exercise to Identify Values
 

BLOG

Thoughts & Tips to Understand The Mind

 

Each week I post a short video on my blog. Subjects range from mental health-related strategies and tips to behind-the-scenes of how I run my psychology practice.

Here’s a small sample: