Recent News Coverage

  1. The West Australian: “Dreams turn to the dark side”. 2nd May 2020

  2. Independent Arabia: “Why do people experience vivid dreams during the lockdown period”. 2nd May 2020.

  3. Instant News (Pakistan). “Why do you experience vivid dreams during isolation.” 2nd May 2020

  4. 7 News (Australian national TV news): “Coronavirus: Why you’re having more vivid dreams during isolation.” 2nd May 2020.

  5. Weekend Sunrise (Australian national TV breakfast show). “Coronavirus: Why you’re having more vivid dreams during isolation.” 2nd May 2020.95643257_666462954205310_4224949214427217920_n

  6. MSN: “Why are people experiencing particularly vivid dreams during lockdown?” 29th April 2020

  7. Lucis Philippines: “Why are people experiencing particularly vivid dreams during lockdown?” 29th April 2020

  8. Italia Oggi: “Sogni e incubi da quarantena.” 29th April 2020

  9. Head Topics: “Why are people experiencing particularly vivid dreams during lockdown?” 28th April 2020

  10. INDEPENDENT: “WHY ARE PEOPLE EXPERIENCING PARTICULARLY VIVID DREAMS DURING LOCKDOWN?”. 28th April 202095606548_1516641438501922_8074695901261594624_o

  11. MAGZTER: “Family lockdown survival guide”. 21st April 2020

  12. Daily Express: “Family lockdown survival guide”. 20th April 2020

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  13. iDOSE: “I am a Chartered Psychologist: Here are Five Mistakes to Avoid While Meditating”. 15th April 2020

  14. Voice of Islam Radio: “COVID-19 decision-making and mental health?”. 8th April 2020

  15. BBC News (National TV): “The psychology underlying panic-buying”. 29th March 202090751585_3149619935263531_2452018166683926528_n

  16. Capital FM: “Why are people stockpiling and panic buying”. 29th March 2020

  17. Heart Radio: “Why are people still panic buying”. 29th March 2020

  18. Smooth Radio: “Why are people still stockpiling”. 29th March 202091113724_644377223080550_1023784843177099264_n

  19. BBC News (National TV): “The psychology underlying panic-buying”. 28th March 2020

  20. Mashable: “Hitting that snooze button is a relationship killer. Here’s how to quit.” 27th March 2020

  21. BBC Inside Out (TV Documentary): “The psychology underlying panic-buying”. 26th March 2020

  22. BBC Radio Derby: “Why aren’t people social-distancing?”. 24th March 2020

  23. BBC East Midlands Today (Regional TV): “Why are people panic buying?”. 23rd March 2020

  24. FE News: Why coronavirus action plan should include psychological wellbeing. 6th March 2020

  25. BBC East Midlands Today (Regional TV): “Why people drive through flooded roadways and what to do about it”. 24th February 202087301629_620549152130024_8369050290892046336_n

  26. BBC Radio Nottingham: “Why people chance driving through flooded roads”. 24th February 202087937080_620203145497958_2745057213990043648_o

  27. BBC News (Website): “Storm Dennis: “Why do drivers keep misjudging flooded fords?”. 21st February 2020IMG_20200221_102722

  28. Sainsbury’s Home: “Connect with home not tech”. 20th January 2020

  29. Giac Ngo: “Emptiness meditation helps to reduce negative emotions”. 14th January 2020

  30. Viet Bao: “New research: Emptiness meditation is better than mindfulness meditation”. 10th January 2020

  31. Thanh Nien: “How to stop living virtually in order to live a real, healthy life”. 27th December 2019

  32. i-D: “How to protect your mental health following the UK election result”. 13th December 2019

  33. UCAN2: “New form of hallucination identified as psychological disease and public health concern”. 3rd December 2019

  34. Sunday Edit: “How your attachment style affects your relationships”. 10th November 2019

  35. New Thinking Allowed (TV): “Inverted hallucinations with William Van Gordon”. 6th November 2019

  36. BBC Radio Derby: “Human hibernation”. 28th October 2019

  37. New Thinking Allowed (TV): “Research on the Buddhist practice of emptiness with William Van Gordon”. 25th October 2019

  38. The Face Magazine: “Hedonism is …”. 1st October 2019

  39. PsyPost: “Meditation linked to enhanced social cognition in new psychology research. 19th September 2019.

  40. Noticias de Cuautla: “Alucinaciones invertidas”, nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular”. 26th August 2019

  41. Yucatan al la Mano: “Alucinaciones invertidas”, nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular.” 26th August 2019

  42. Noticias de Yucatan: “Alucinaciones invertidas”, nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular”. 26th August 2019

  43. Su Medico: “Alucinaciones invertidas, la nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular” 26th August 2019

  44. El Imparcial: “Alucinaciones invertidas’ nueva enfermedad causada por el cellular”. 24th August 2019

  45. La Manyana: “Alertan por alucinaciones causadas por celular; ve si te pasa”. 23rd August 2019

  46. Notasnotra: “Alucinaciones invertidas”, nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular”. 23rd August 2019

  47. News Breezer: “Alucinaciones invertidas, la nueva enfermedad psicológica”. 23rd August 2019

  48. Alfredo Alverez: “Alucinaciones invertidas, nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular”. 23rd August 2019

  49. El Botiquin: “Alucinaciones invertidas, la nueva enfermedad psicológica” 22nd August 2019

  50. Bajo Palabra: “Qué es alucinación invertida trastorno provocado por exceso de celular?” 21st August 2019

  51. Novedades Yocatan: “Alucinaciones invertidas”, nueva enfermedad psicológica causada por cellular”. 23rd August 2019

  52. CB Television: “Alertan por “alucinaciones invertidas”. 23rd August 2019

  53. Noticieros Televisa: “Alucinación invertida, nuevo trastorno que afecta a usuarios de teléfonos inteligentes” 21st August 2019

  54. UnoTV: “Alertan por este tipo de alucinaciones causadas por celular; ve si te pasa” 21st August 2019

  55. Paola Rojas: “Alucinaciones invertidas: trastorno que afecta a usuarios de teléfonos inteligentes” 21st August 2019

  56. El Informador: “¿Qué puedo hacer para que el pasado deje de atormentarme?” 19th August 2019

  57. LATAM History Play TV: “Alucinaciones invertidas: el trastorno de los celulares”. 2nd August 2019

  58. Emisoras Unidas 89.7: “Has sufrido de alucinaciones invertidas?” 19th July 2019

  59. El Diario: “Alucinaciones Invertidas”. 18th July 2019

  60. Opinion: “Las alucinaciones invertidas y su relación con los celulares. 18th July 2019

  61. La Nacion: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué los celulares están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 16th July 2019

  62. Acento: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  63. RadioFonica: “Alucinaciones invertidas: los celulares son los principales culpables”. 15th July 2019

  64. Catamarcaya: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas”. 15th July 2019

  65. Semana: “¿Por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles exacerban las alucinaciones invertidas?” 15th July 2019

  66. Headtopics: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  67. Post Latino: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  68. Viapais: “Alucinaciones invertidas: qué son y por qué se acentúan con la tecnología” 15th July 2019

  69. Espanol 24: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  70. Periodico Correo: “Los celulares nos pueden causar alucinaciones”. 15th July 2019

  71. Teletica: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  72. 24 Horas: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  73. Spain News: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  74. Telemundo: “Qué es una alucinación invertida y por qué el uso de tu celular la hace más frecuente”. 15th July 2019

  75. Curadas: “La alucinación invertida y el uso de nuestro celular”. 15th July 2019

  76. T13: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles las están exacerbando”. 15th July 2019

  77. Flipboard: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  78. Crwe World: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  79. Entornointeligente: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  80. Diario de Cultura: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué los celulares están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  81. Divulgadores Del Misterio: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  82. El Observador: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  83. La Prensa: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  84. Diario Tijuana: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  85. Radio Huancavilca: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 15th July 2019

  86. Periodico Correo: “Los celulares nos pueden causar alucinaciones” 14th July 2019

  87. BBC Mundo: “Qué son las alucinaciones invertidas y por qué nuestros dispositivos móviles están exacerbando el fenómeno”. 14th July 2019

  88. The Day: “Health warning over inverted hallucinations”. 10th July 2019

  89. The Telegraph: “Say OM! How meditation became a billion pound business!”. 9th July 2019

  90. BBC Radio 4 (Today programme): “Inverted hallucinations identified as a new psychological illness”. 9th July 2019

  91. BBC World Service: “Inverted hallucinations are an emerging public health concern”. 9th July 2019

  92. BBC Radio Derby: “Derby psychologists identify new form of hallucination”. 9th July 2019

  93. Pick Me Up: “Are You Hooked on Your Phone? 30th May 2019.

  94. ITV News (Website): “The ‘sinister’ side of turning to the internet for mental health support”. 8th April 2019.

  95. ITV Wales (Regional TV): “The impact of social media on mental health”. 8th April 2019.

  96. Lion’s Roar: “New study suggests meditating on emptiness might be better than mindfulness”. 29th March 2019.

  97. Natural Awakenings: “Transcendental meditations: Near-death experiences can be learned”. 9th March 2019.

  98. Tocana: “Meditation-induced near-death experiences: An exclusive interview with Dr William Van Gordon.” 10th February 2019.

  99. New Thinking Allowed (TV). “Meditation-induced near-death experience with William Van Gordon.” 28th January 2019.

  100. Bhagavant: “Experiences Ahead of Death Can Be Learned with Buddhist Meditation”. 22nd December 2018.

  101. The Island: “Study of advanced Buddhist meditators suggests inducing near-death experiences can be learned and perfected”. 21st December 2018.

  102. Buddhistdoor Global: “Study suggests Buddhist meditators can learn and “perfect” meditation-induced near death experiences”. 18th December 2018.

  103. All Together Now!: “Sleeping mindfully”. 17th December 2018.

  104. Metro: “How to give yourself a near-death experience (without actually dying)”. 12th December 2018.

  105. IFL Science: “You can meditate yourself into a near-death experience”. 10th December 2018

  106. Buddhistdoor Global: “HKU hosts MaMa Charitable Foundation symposium on Buddhist Counselling.” 10th December 2018.

  107. PsyPost: Study of advanced Buddhist meditators suggests inducing near-death experiences can be learned and perfected”. 8th December 2018

  108. The Irish Sun: “Take out quiz to see if you are addicted to yourself”. 30th November 2018

  109. The Scottish Sun: “Take out quiz to see if you are addicted to yourself”. 30th November 2018

  110. The Sun: “Take out quiz to see if you are addicted to yourself”. 30th November 2018

  111. Grazia Daily: “We got a brain scan while posting a selfie and this is what we found out”. 29th November 2018

  112. Grazia UK: What social media really does to your brain. 28th November 2018.

  113. The Boar: “Self-obsession is a new addiction”. 3rd November 2018.

  114. Nottingham Post: “Look out for outbreak of ontological addiction”. 20th October 2018.

  115. talkRadio: “Are we becoming self-addicted” (Interview with Martin Kelner) 21st October 2018

  116. BBC East Midlands Today (Regional TV)): “Are you self-obsessed?” 17thOctober 2018.

  117. Infosurhoy: “Social media can feed people’s addiction to themselves” 17th October 2018.

  118. Punch: “Facebook users can become addicted to themselves, expert warns”. 14th October 2018.

  119. Online Nigeria: “Facebook users can become addicted to themselves-expert warns”. 14th October 2018.

  120. The Times: “Being glued to social media is making us addicted to ourselves”. 13th October 2018.

  121. Capital FM: “Derby Uni study finds we’re becoming more self-obsessed.” 13th October 2018.

  122. Gem 106 FM: “Are people becoming addicted to ourselves?” 12th October 2018.

  123. Heart FM: “Are people becoming addicted to themselves?” 11th October 2018.

  124. Manchikoni: “The addiction to social media is more dangerous than alcohol, drugs and gambling”. 10st October 2018.

  125. Newslanes: “Selfie generation are so self-obsessed that it has been identified as an addiction”. 9thOctober 2018.

  126. Yahoo News: “Facebook users ‘can become addicted to themselves’, expert warns”. 9th October 2018.

  127. Bigworldtale: “Social media ‘can feed people’s addiction to themselves”. 9th October 2018.

  128. Mail Online: “Social media ‘can feed people’s addiction to themselves’ and lead to withdrawal symptoms similar to those felt by drug and gambling addicts”. 8th October 2018.

  129. This is Money: “Social media ‘can feed people’s addiction to themselves’ and lead to withdrawal symptoms similar to those felt by drug and gambling addicts”. 8th October 2018.

  130. Express: “Selfie generation are so self-obsessed that it has been identified as an addiction”. 8th October 2018.

  131. Viralglobalnews: “Social media can feed people’s addiction to themselves”. 8th October 2018.

  132. Nouvelordremondial: “La génération des selfies est tellement obsédée qu’elle a été diagnostiquée comme toxicomane”. 8th October 2018.

  133. All Together Now!: “Sleep mindfully”. 2nd October 2018.

  134. Buxton Adviser: “University conducts new study on sleep and pain”. 13th September 2018.

  135. International Therapist: “Mindfulness improves sleep in fibromyalgia patients”. 4th September 2018.

  136. Health Food Business: “Mindfulness found to support sleep in fibromyalgia sufferers”. 1st September 2018

  137. Ambulance Today: “Mindfulness improves sleep in fibromyalgia patients”. 26th August 2018.

  138. Journal of Anaesthesia Practice: “University of Derby research shows mindfulness improves sleep in fibromyalgia patients”. 23rd August 2018.

  139. Derbyshire Times: “University study into painful condition”. 23rd August 2018.

  140. Bottom Line Health: “As easy as ABCT: An answer for fibromyalgia pain”. 18th April 2018.

  141. Soul:Ask: “A glance beyond near death experience”. 29th March 2018.

  142. Infosurhoy: “New study suggests existence of meditation-induced near-death experiences”. 28th March 2018.

  143. Medical Express: “New study suggests existence of meditation-induced near-death experiences”. 27th March 2018.

  144. Natural Health: “What you need to know about Fibromyalgia”. 6th March 2018.

  145. International Therapist: “Fibromyalgia symptoms reduced in new meditation study”. 28th February 2018

  146. Medical Xpress: “Fibromyalgia Sufferers See Chronic Pain Symptoms Reduced in New Meditation Therapy Study”. 27th February 2018.

  147. Bangkok Post. “Can Meditation Help Companies Thrive in Times of Turmoil – Part 2”. 22nd January 2018.

  148. Bangkok Post. “Can Meditation Help Companies Thrive in Times of Turmoil – Part 1”. 15th January 2018.

  149. MI Business Mag. “Meditation Can Help Cure Workaholics”. 6th November 2017.

  150. BBC Radio Derby. “Can Meditation Tackle Workaholism”. 3rd November 2017.

  151. Medical Xpress. “New Research Reveals Meditation Can Help Cure Workaholics”. 2nd November 2017.

  152. Your Coffee Break. “New Research Reveals Meditation Can Help Cure Workaholics”. 2nd November 2017.

  153. BBC Radio Derby: “Is ranting good for us”. 21st September 2017.

  154. Observer: “Latest Tech Perk: Meditation Guided by Brainwaves”. 5th December 2016.

  155. State of Mind: “L’Efficacia Della Mindfulness: Funziona Davvero?” 3rd February 2016.

  156. Sunday Times: “Scientist Spilt”. 11th May 2014.

  157. Times Educational Supplement: “Consider taking a thoughtful approach”. 1st February 2013.

  158. Nottingham Post: “Can meditation help patients”. 19th February 2013.

  159. Social Horizons: “Could violent offenders benefit from meditation?” January 2013.

  160. Nottingham Post: “Offenders try meditation in uni research”. 20th October 2012.

  161. Times Higher Education Supplement: “Meditate to rehabilitate”. 1st November 2012.