For Episode 21 of the Paul Kirtley Podcast, I’m delighted to welcome back Dr Sarita Robinson, who was my very first podcast guest. Dr Robinson is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Central Lancashire, UCLAN. Sarita’s work has been greatly involved with survival psychology and how people perform in life-threatening situations. Indeed much of our previous podcast conversation was related to these topics.
Recently, however, I attended a presentation by Dr Robinson on a subject which seemed a bit of a departure from her previous work and our previous discussion – that was a presentation on the effects on our wellbeing of spending time outdoors. I enjoyed the presentation and I was keen to have Sarita return to my podcast to discuss this area of her current work.
So it was I visited Sarita at her office in UCLAN to record episode 21 of the Paul Kirtley podcast. What follows is the conversation we had and I’m very glad to be able to share it with you. Along the way, our discussion takes in areas such as stress, anxiety, sleep deprivation, sleep hygiene, blue light from screens, melatonin, digital detoxes, camping, green spaces, outdoor activities and of course, wellbeing. Click on the play button below to listen…
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