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Meet Mental Note – a podcast highlighting both the work and the beauty of mental health recovery. Stories will span a variety of mental illness struggles from eating disorders to depression, OCD and Bipolar. We will introduce you to relatable personalities, and dive deep into how they choose health amidst daunting illnesses. At the end of it all, we will provide hope that recovery is possible—and worth it.
 
Dear Family, is a love letter to our complicated families and achieving mental wellness meant to stop us from writing ourselves and our loved ones off. Join Rachel Steinman- a writer, educator, and mental health advocate, along with her inspirational guests to find community, healing, understanding, and compassion. Feel like you're eavesdropping on an intimate and raw conversation between close family members or best friends, who we all know is your chosen family anyway. Besides practical ad ...
 
Stephen Hays is a recovering addict, living with type-1 bipolar disorder. He spent years living in addiction, and with untreated mental illness while he went from West Point graduate, to Wall Street Banker to nearly taking his own life when he hit bottom. On this show you will hear stories of addiction, mental illness, recovery, hope, and wellness. You will also hear from clinicians, experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and others who are trying to lead other people to wellness. We would love to ...
 
According to the Government of Canada (see link below), 1 in 3 Canadians experience mental illness during their lifetimes. Our mission statement is to destigmatize mental illness and show our listeners how mental illness affects our lives. Our lived experience with mental illness may help others recognize symptoms in their lives, or understand the struggles of neurodiverse individuals. This podcast is released by students within the Peer Health volunteering group at the University of Saskatc ...
 
The Addicted Mind Podcast is about understanding addiction from a research and treatment perspective. We will dive into what drives the addictive process, explore the latest research on addiction, and talk about the latest addiction treatment options. We will also explore what recovery from addiction looks like from a variety of different people. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction then The Addicted Mind Podcast can help.
 
When it comes to mental health, phrases like these are the usual suspects: “Walk it off,” “It’s all in your head,” “Just think happy thoughts.” We certainly wish it were that easy. Hosted by Zain Calcuttawala and Avanti Malhotra, 'Marbles Lost & Found' is a podcast to raise awareness about mental health and its importance in our day to day life. We want everyone to know that mental health care, just like physical health care, is actually normal. It’s okay to not feel okay, you aren’t alone…i ...
 
Join Rose Zacharias for honest and informative conversations about life, faith and what it all means. Each episode, Rose sits down with everyday people to discuss their story and where God may or may not fit into the picture. As a medical doctor, but also as a busy mom, wife, friend, Christian and runner she discusses topics such as depression, suicide, addictions, trans-gender issues, cancer, divorce, infertility, near-death experiences, parenting, marriage and love.
 
A podcast about mental health, incredible people, and much more. Created and hosted by Scott Neumyer. Website: @anxietydiariespodcast Facebook: @anxietydiarypod Call us at 732-903-4441 or email us at anxietydiariespodcast@gmail.com to ask questions, leave us a voice memo, or tell us your story.
 
Talking of the Couch podcast is a weekly podcast that focuses on mental health and mental wellness with in the communities of color. These conversations will be with Tatiana Smith, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. It's time to shed light and break stigmas within the black culture about mental health/illness and mental wellness as well as in other communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as well as the average person who may be strugglin ...
 
Zach Ricker is a 23 year old who is the founder of S.H.Y. Double A (A.K.A. - S.H.Y.A.A. and stands for SEEK HELP, YOU AREN'T ALONE) and he also speaks about his own experience with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. He will discuss his own experiences, mental health, life in general and will also have guests on the podcast to discuss their personal experiences. Zach is bringing awareness to mental health and showing other that they are not alone while giving people a perspective on l ...
 
I'm Lisa, “The Bipolar OG”It's a title I chose after having Bipolar Disorder - Type1 diagnosis for 40 years! I'm a Certified Peer Support Specialist, advocate for mental health, removing stigmas and stopping bullying. Ignoring the severity of my illness early on led to its rapid progression, and my unmanaged mania led to psychosis and I now have Psychotic Features. Prior to the management of my illness, my life had been constant suicide ideation and I attempted suicide over 6 times. Having B ...
 
A shame-free space where people talk about how they care for their mental and emotional health. Common topics include anxiety, depression, and mindfulness. No matter the story, it will be met with compassion. Engage with the show and host Joel Kutz online at http://darkplace.joelkutz.com Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. We are not doctors. For questions about your own health, please c ...
 
Raising Brave Beauties was created for moms and daughters to listen together in order to be more connected to each other and God. Join us each week as we welcome great guests and their daughters as we tackle tough topics. Co-hosted by Mental Health Professional Michelle Nietert, MA, LPC-S and Proverbs 31 Ministries writer and Speaker Lynn Cowell, authors of Loved and Cherished for Girls.
 
Family Psych Consumer provides a unique resource for families dealing with mental illness. Each week join Tom O’Connor, a national expert in mental health recovery, for a candid and inspired navigation of America’s mental health system. Whether you're a parent or a family caregiver, Tom will deliver to you the best critical thinking, training, and support to de-mystify the world of therapy, rehab, and psychiatric care for your loved ones – and recover your own wellness along the way.
 
Fresh Hope for Mental Health is a production of Fresh Hope Ministries, www.FreshHope.us. The purpose of Fresh Hope for Mental Health is to empower those with a mental health diagnosis to live a faith-filled and rich life in spite of having a mental health challenge. The program is hosted by Pastor Brad Hoefs, the founder of Fresh Hope. He is also the author of, "Fresh Hope: Living Well in Spite of a Mental Health Diagnosis" www.FreshHopeBook.com The program consists of insights for how to li ...
 
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You’ve probably heard of someone who’s suffered from chronic pain, gone to doctors, ran all the tests necessary, and surprisingly, none of the doctors could actually diagnose the problem. Andrew Hahn, Founder of Life Centered Therapy, joins today’s episode to explain how chronic pain, limiting beliefs, and even addictions are not physical in nature…
 
Most people believe that forensic science is an exact science that can always find the right perpetrator. But is that actually true? Today’s expert explains the reality behind fingerprint analysis, DNA, and other forensic sciences. Professor Brandon L. Garrett shares how a variety of cognitive biases and our basic psychology can cause crime labs to…
 
It’s no secret that a lot of us are uncomfortable with the shape and size of our bodies -thanks in no small part to the $72 billion dollar a year weight loss industry devoted to the thin ideal. Even most health care providers will ask patients to drop weight if their BMI is above "average." But why? The Health at Every Size movement - HAES for shor…
 
In this episode Steven and Levi talk about sensory overload, hypersensitivity and Steven's secret rice recipe. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical a…
 
The National Educator for the global brand Saje Natural Wellness, Kristin chats about sharing the same beliefs as Saje to provide physical, emotional and environmental wellness for all. I never understood the science behind plant based medicine and how one essential oil can not only spark creativity, but can also heal my chronic pain such as my mig…
 
At last count, there were over 300 mental health-related apps in the app stores. With this many, how do you choose? How do they differ from each other, and do they actually help? Most importantly, how do we know which ones are safe? On today’s episode, we discuss mental health apps with clinical psychologist, Dr. Nathaan Demers, and digital health …
 
You could be raised by parents who are very nice people and they may not have any drinking or drug use issues. They could be super religious. But that doesn’t guarantee it’s going to save you from drug addiction or alcoholism. It's perfectly acceptable to ask for prayers if somebody is sick. But what happens when you do a repeated bad behavior that…
 
Joining me on this episode is Suzanne Park, who wrote the book Loathe at First Sight. We discuss Suzanne’s experience in the tech industry, including uncomfortable situations she encountered, as well as her research and interviews with men and women in the gaming industry, what it was like to get a tour of a gaming company, and her process and inte…
 
Jessica Lahey is a mom who believes every substance abuse story begins at home but can be prevented with an addiction inoculation. She uses her Bachelor's in comparative literature and her law school degree in juvenile education as a teacher and a writer. For over twenty years, she’s taught every grade from sixth to twelfth in both public and priva…
 
In this episode Steven and Levi talk about the hyperactive presentation of ADHD, race cars (with bike brakes), smoking and more. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interp…
 
If you’re an introvert, can you become a leader? Are quiet people capable of leading at all or is a loud, charismatic personality a requirement of leadership? The author of “Quietly Powerful: How Your Quiet Nature Is Your Hidden Leadership Strength,” Megumi Miki, answers these questions and tells us more about introversion and extroversion.…
 
Recovery is not one size fits all. It is also not a one-and-done situation. Rather, recovery is a process and a journey. When someone gets sober and begins recovery, they are just starting to walk down the path of healing. Many of their previous feelings and temptations may continue to come up. However, they are gradually learning the tools they ne…
 
In this episode Steven and Levi talk about the stigma surrounding medication, how it works and how it has affected their lives. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpr…
 
Today’s guest is Ali Abramovitz. She is the co-founder of Chorus Meditation and she is here to talk about the work she is doing to make meditation a group activity. In this episode, we will talk about why group meditation is beneficial, how to do it, and what exactly the benefits are. You can connect with Ali here: Linked In, Chorus Website, Facebo…
 
Joining me on this episode is author Kiku Hughes who wrote the graphic novel Displacement, and Renn and Gina from New Suns Box. We discuss Kiku’s personal story and research, historical and contemporary administration influence, what led to the creation of the book, who the book is intended for, sci-fi and neocolonial, intergenerational trauma and …
 
Sometimes you have to fight fire with fire. That cliche is true even (and sometimes especially) when dealing with addiction. Today’s guest is a prime example. David Poses is the author of The Weight of Air: A Story About the Lies of Addiction and the Truth of Recovery. In this memoir, David covers his heroin addiction and how he used buprenorphine …
 
Many people have heard the phrase “inner child,” but what does that really mean? Today’s guest explains how she has reinterpreted the inner child archetype for the modern reader — delving into how metaphors of the sun child, shadow child, and inner adult will help you improve your life and relationships. Stefanie Stahl is a national board certified…
 
We keep ourselves stuck with the thoughts we think! There are 5 incredibly common statements/questions that I hear from clients that are holding them back. Today I'm giving you those 5 statements AND the reframe that you can use to help propel you in a more problem-solving direction. It's time to get unstuck and make progress! The 5 Statements/Ques…
 
In this episode Steven revisits self-compassion and talks about his experience growing up. I reuploaded this because the sound quality was terrible. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content …
 
In this episode Steven and Levi talk about self-esteem, self-compassion, face masks, and love. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical advice. Resources…
 
Are you ready for some really great news? Getting together with a friend is not only fun, but it’s also great for your health and happiness. We all know how important our Dear Family, is but our friends might prove to be even more important, especially as we age. Research published in the journal Personal Relationships studied more than 270,000 peo…
 
In today’s episode, life coach Mike Bayer from the Dr. Phil show shares his philosophy on how to live authentically. Can one decision really be the key to a better life? What does living authentically even mean? Coach Mike shares exercises from his new book that he’s used with Dr. Phil, J.Lo, and other celebs.Coach Mike’s first book “Best Self” was…
 
When we’ve had trauma in our life, we can get really disconnected from our emotions. We don’t know how to express them or how to use them. Often, we turn to the only thing that we think will work: a substance or behavior that helps us escape or avoid those emotions. However, what if we tried something different? Journaling has grown in popularity o…
 
In our last episode, Dr. Charlynn Small and Dr. Mazella Fuller took us through some of the history and impact of the mental health profession’s relationship with the black community. While that episode helped set the context for today’s conversation, you can also listen to this episode as a stand-alone podcast. Today is all about exploring practica…
 
Jeremy Greene, a Mindset Coach and co host of the social ninjas podcast, opens up about what it was like growing up with an autistic brother and how he struggled with severe social anxiety. Jeremy’s journey has gone from solo traveling the world giving free hugs to talking to strangers inspiring more selflove and authentic human connection globally…
 
In this episode, Levi and Steven (impulsively) reflect on their poor impulse control and how it affects their finances, bodies, and relationships. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content sh…
 
When it comes to adoption, our understanding of the mental health needs of those involved seems to take a backseat. Concepts such as abandonment and trust issues, as well as acknowledging trauma, often remain unaddressed. Listen as our guest experts, Debbie B. Riley, LCMFT (Center for Adoption Support and Education) and Rita Soronen (Dave Thomas Fo…
 
Sean McBride, VP Partnerships at Lyra Health joins us in this episode to talk about Lyra, behavioral health care broadly, and he experience working to reform the healthcare system throughout his career. Sean was the first employee at Lyra Health and shares with us about how the Company has scaled into a unicorn over the last 6 years. Lyra Health is…
 
Joining me on this episode is Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW who wrote the book The Rebellious Widow. We discuss Jill’s personal story, who the book is intended for, grief and loss, hospice, advance directives, and things for therapists to consider when working with survivors. Jill's Book Website: therebelliouswidow.com Jill's Website: jilljohnsonyoung.c…
 
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