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A warm welcome to the podcast of The IPS Project, the educational platform on life. In this podcast hosted by Jellis Vaes, the founder of The IPS Project, you can expand your knowledge about life topics that we learn little to nothing about growing up—topics such as mental health, relationships, the workings of the mind, etc. We will learn about them from experts and people from all walks of life.

Latest Podcast Episodes:

The 5 – Bullet Point Episode (EP’s 16-20)

Here, we’ve landed at another milestone of The IPS Podcast: we’re on our 20th episode. Here, we lead with a new 5 Bullet Point episode: this time, for Episodes 16 to 20. Below, you will find a summary and description of each guest we’ve had and what we talked about in that episode. Of course, along with that, you will find the links to the full episode…

Shan Boodram

Certified Sexologist Shan Boodram on Ways to Improve your Relationship, Dating and Sex Life

Love, together with relationships, dating and sex, is a topic which is part of all our lives, but one which few of us grow up knowing anything about. However, since The IPS Project is an educational platform on life, we are here indeed to provide you with this inevitable knowledge. Therefore, we invited Shan Boodram, a certified sexologist, dating coach, and relationship expert, to The IPS Podcast, to give valuable advice and information on these topics…

what is psychological trauma

Dr. Guy Macpherson, Ph.D. What is Psychological Trauma and How to Heal It

Psychological trauma, let’s talk about it. There is much to it, in fact, too much. Hopefully, the show notes and the interview with Guy Macpherson, Ph.D. an expert in trauma, founder of The Trauma Therapist Project, and host of The Trauma Therapist Podcast will provide a starting point to understand what psychological trauma is. This includes how to deal with it in your life and how to be of better support, if you know someone who is suffering from a traumatic event…

Stephen Lewis

How to Stop Self-Harm | Dr. Stephen Lewis, Ph.D. – Identification and Recovery

Non-suicidal self-injury, or NSSI for short, refers to the intentional destruction of one’s own body tissue without suicidal intent and for purposes not socially sanctioned. Common examples include cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting. While this is indeed a heavy topic to talk about, NSSI is far more common than most people realize…

Kalina Silverman, How to Have Better Conversations – Skip the Small Talk

The quality of your life depends on the quality of your questions. This is a fact that holds true not only in your personal life but in your career as well. With better quality questions, your life and your relationships—with your partner, friends, family members, coworkers, and strangers—will move from a shallow surface where many people remain to a depth of connectedness where the true journey between you and the person you are conversing with begins…