Introducing Confessions of a CyberPsychologist​

I’ve started a podcast, intending to interview as many CyberPsychology experts as are willing to get involved`.

The first expert interview has been recorded and should be posted soon.

This short video is a brief explanation of why I started Confessions of a CyberPsychologist.

In a nutshell: after a lot of writing articles and doing talks, several people have suggested I ought to start Podcasting.

I am not a journalist or a media personality by trade or training. I am a psychologist who used to do corporate marketing.

But as a few people have said to me (in one way or another), ‘it is better to share information and learn as you go, than wait to be perfect and for someone else to steal the show’.

I hope you will overlook the current not-so-professional nature of the videos. The quality should improve with time and practice.

So, here I am, sharing what I know, and interviewing other experts in CyberPsychology about what they know in the world of the human-technology intersection.

Hopefully, by joining me on this journey, we will both learn more about how our behaviour and psychology impact our technology use and how our technology use impacts our human behaviour and psychology – and what we can do to build a better relationship with our tech use and get back control of that relationship.

Because your digital health and wellbeing matters…

If you have any technology and human behaviour related questions, please feel free to get in touch. I will do my best to either answer your questions or find another expert who hopefully can. Use any of these options to send through your questions.

Email: podcasts@cybercology.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cybercology1

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cybercology/

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Welcome to Confessions of a CyberPsychologist.