Self-help comes in many formats. A walk in the woods, books, flyers, and websites. In the past few years podcasts have become an integral part of the mental health landscape. Research and evidencebased practice shapes psychological best practice. Unfortunately access to peer reviewed articles is limited outside of academia, and to be honest working your way through methodology and statistics in these articles can be quite tiresome. The joy of podcasts is that they often find a clever mix of researcher interviews, personal story, and fun antidotes from the host.