Ep 075: Mindfulness interventions at work with Antonia Dietmann
In this episode, Richard is once again joined by Dr. Antonia Dietmann, who this time outlines research she has carried out into the benefits of mindfulness practice.
We know that mindfulness as a concept is sometimes presented as a panacea, but this isn’t the case in Antonia’s research, which used a rigorous methodology and is very realistic about the results achieved.
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Antonia Dietmann’s online profile
- Headspace meditation app: https://www.headspace.com
- Antonia’s research project: Dietmann, A., Alford, D., Ceross, A., Purver, A., Malik H., & Gray C. (2020). A randomised controlled trial of the Headspace meditation app. British Psychological Society Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, Jan. 2020. UK: British Psychological Society. Book of abstracts (see p72)
- Episode 62 – the Power of conversation: https://www.worklifepsych.com/podcast/ep-062-the-power-of-conversation/
- Date November 12, 2020
- Tags Wellbeing