Our Podcast

Join the RCS team and their guests for a few laughs as they share conversations around topics that you just can’t ‘learn’ any other way but through experience.

Episode 1 : The ‘Click’ that makes a world of difference

Podbean Podcast Episode 1 CoverJoin Jo Brand for Real Community Service’s first Couch session. Today Jo explores the importance of relationship building between Support workers and Participants with Dylan and Luca. Sit back and get ready for some great tips and a few laughs.

Episode 2 : Behind Real Community Services

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Jo Brand talks with Trevor Green, founder and Director of RCS. Through this episode you will learn more about Real Community Services, it’s values and culture with a few laughs in between.

Episode 3 : Resilience

Episode 3 Podbean PodcastHaving the capacity to recover quickly from difficult challenges is not an easy quest. Join Jo and Nathan on the Couch as they speak about Resilience. Through conversation and sharing experiences they will share with you a few strategies on how to build your Resilience to overcome setbacks to live a healthy and happy life.

Episode 4 : All Things Medication

Episode 4 Podbean Podcast CoverJoin Jo and Will on the couch as they explore what is best and safe practice for Medication in accordance to NDIS. They will explain Polypharmacy, Clarification of Purpose and Medication Charts. Why is this important? We all play a vital role and we need to understand what is required and what we need to do.

Episode 5 : Perfectionism

Episode 5 Podbean PodcastPerfectionism is often seen as a positive trait that increases your chances of success, but it can often more than not lead to self-defeating thoughts or behaviours that make it harder to achieve goals. Join Nathan and Jo as they host a special Podcast on Perfectionism.

Episode 6 : Behind The Couch

Episode 6 Podbean PodcastNathan swaps positions on the Couch and Interviews Jo. Learn more about who is behind ‘Talking Real On The Couch’ with loads of laughs and great tips!

Episode 7 : Rational Detachment

Episode 7 Podbean PodcastRational Detachment is defined as “the ability to manage your own behaviour and attitude and not take the behaviour of others personally,” and it’s a good reminder that your outlook can make all the difference. Join Jo and Nathan as they share conversations and strategies based on their own experiences.

Episode 8 : Time Management

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Wouldn’t it be great to have more time to do the things we love? The ability to manage your time effectively is important. Good Time Management leads to improved efficiency and productivity, less stress, and more success in life. Here are some benefits of managing time effectively: Join Jo and Nathan as they explore Time Management and identify the benefits and strategies to achieve a better work / life balance.

Episode 9 : Sharpening Your Focus

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Struggling to Focus? Our perceptions shape our thoughts and in turn our behaviours and results. Having the ability to see clearly to place our focus on the things that matter without a doubt will bring only positive outcomes. Whether you are trying to finish a report at work or competing in a marathon, your ability to focus can mean the difference between success and failure. Join us to explore what it means to ‘Be in the Zone’.

Episode 10 - Anxiety is Great!

Episode 10 Podbean PodcastFor many, anxiety is the enemy. It can make you feel nervous and afraid and can prevent you from taking actions that will move you forward in life. Join us as we Explore the neuroscience of anxiety and offer ways to manage your nervous system to make anxiety work for you.

Episode 11 : Welcome 2022

Happy New Year! Join Jo and Nathan as they kick the year of with a few laughs and insights on what a great year it will be. 

Episode 12 : Allied Health

Join Jo as she speaks with Niamh from RCS Allied Health. Throughout there conversations they explain what ‘Allied Health’ means, the services they provide and how using a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach to provide holistic support achieves great results. 

Episode 13 : Making Change Happen

We all have things in our life that we want to change – our eating habits, our hair colour, our productivity, etc. But change is hard! That’s because these things you want to change serve an important purpose -consciously, you may despise the behaviour, but on a deeper level the behaviour you want to change is a protection or a pattern that helped or helps you meet your needs. Join Jo and Nathan as they explore how to be the ‘Change maker’ of your own life.

Episode 14 : Overcoming Depression

**This Podcast contains conversations based on Depression.**

Depression isn’t something you’re able to turn off like a switch. It doesn’t go away just because someone tells you to “toughen up” or because you had a moment of laughter during the day. Join Jo and Nathan as they navigate Depression with what to look for and where to seek the best assistance. 

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Episode 15 : Don’t Stress the Small Stuff

Stress is a normal human reaction that happens to everyone. In fact, the human body is designed to experience stress and react to it. When you experience changes or challenges (stressors), your body produces physical and mental responses. That’s stress. Stress responses help your body adjust to new situations. Join Jo and Nathan as they navigate Stress and provide some great tips on how to work with it.

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