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A Podcast helping break down the barriers stopping you from becoming a confident powerful public speaker. Learn how to eliminate your fear, land more speaking gigs, close more deals, get in front of more people and share your message with a bigger audience. Join us each week as we go deep with the worlds leading speakers, trainers, coaches, YouTubers, influencers, TED speakers and more. Learn the inside secrets on what has allowed them to confidently share their message with the world. Fast ...
 
Open Dawes Training is a public speaking, presentation and communication skills coaching company, with the key motivation of the company being to help people open doors that they may not even know exist yet, with increased confidence, willingness, and skills to present and speak in front of/with others. The podcast is taken from the live weekly "Opened Dawes" Live video show, where founder Chris Dawes dives into the key areas that make the difference with "public speaking", whether that is f ...
 
The American mental health system is broken beyond repair. Rather than trying to tweak a system which fails everyone, it is time to commit to a bold vision for a better way forward. This podcast explores the American system against the plumb line of an international best practice, recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), in Trieste, Italy. The 40-year old Trieste model demonstrates how a community-based treatment system upholds the human rights of the people served.The Trieste stor ...
 
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This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs every 1-2 weeks as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have. So, make sur…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This episode tackles the gnarly tangle known our public mental health funding system. So many questions I had. Why is there a chronic shortage of mental health treatment beds at every step of the continuum? Why do people get released too early from the hospital when they would benefit from long-term care? Why are mental health clinics limited in th…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
Jackie Lacey served as District Attorney for Los Angeles County from 2012 to 2020. She was both the first woman and the first Black person to serve in this important role. A District Attorney is an elected official, and their role is to represent the people in prosecuting crimes in the county. In 2014, DA Lacey initiated a committee to look at the …
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you ma…
 
“Opened Dawes” Live is designed to run weekly as a live video show at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have. So, make sure you set the reminders for the…
 
In May 2021, five former directors of the regional mental health departments in Friuli Venezia Giulia issued a letter to sound the alarm that “the Trieste mental health model is under threat.” That letter was translated into multiple languages, and started the chain of events that are unfolding with respect to raising awareness and voices to advoca…
 
Anthony Ruffin is a gifted and compassionate crisis worker who relentlessly seeks to establish trust with the most vulnerable people living on the streets. His career spans working with both nonprofit organizations and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. He gives homage to a mentor who many were privileged to know during her amazing…
 
Rarely has such a diverse group of people been convened to discuss innovation in the jail setting. This panel occured on April 22, 2021, and was co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for Social Medicine and Humanities and Heart Forward LA. The power of Zoom – captured as an audio file for this podcast – presented an opportunity to hear about the origins …
 
2020 will go down in history for many things, including the significant push for a diversion of mental health related calls from law enforcement to a different model. The CAHOOTS program, initiated in Eugene, Oregon, has captured the imagination of many throughout the country who are looking for a tested approach which shifts the burden to a peer-l…
 
Vincenzo Passante is a psychologist who lives in London but hails from Trieste, Italy. He was raised and educated in Trieste, which gives him a unique vantage point to contribute given the mission of this podcast. In this conversation, we compare and contrast the system in Trieste against the vision behind mainstream mental health care in the UK. V…
 
Alex Barnard is an assistant professor of sociology at New York University, and received his PhD in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2019. He is writing a book, tentatively entitled "Mental States," that examines why people with similar illnesses have very different trajectories between institutions of care and control in Fr…
 
Barbara Wilson, LCSW, has had a distinguished career in social service and helping people for over 50 years. She is well-known in Los Angeles County as a tireless advocate for improved services to people coping with serious mental illness and the families who care for them. She also is credited for being one of the first in the state to sound the a…
 
We ended Season One as the pandemic held its grip on our country in the middle of December. Now, a little over four months later, the sun is shining more brightly. There is a vaccine. The scary Covid surge has abated and we have a functioning government that is making public health, returning to school and jumpstarting the economy a priority. So, I…
 
This is the second of a two-part conversation with Dr. Roberto Mezzina and Dr. S. P. Sashidharan that brings Season One of this podcast to a close. Roberto joins from Trieste Italy where he served for 40 years in the Dipartimento di Salute Mentale, and most recently headed their world-renowned mental health system. Dr. S.P. Sashidharan calls in fro…
 
There is much to be gleaned from this very rare opportunity to have two extremely thoughtful and committed psychiatrists in the same Zoom room. Dr. Roberto Mezzina joins from Trieste Italy where he served for 40 years in the Dipartimento di Salute Mentale, and most recently headed their world-renowned mental health system. Dr. S.P. Sashidharan call…
 
Far too often in American communities, people living with mental illness are marginalized from community supports and experience the debilitating impacts of social isolation, loneliness and even the downward spiral into homelessness or incarceration. Imagine the countervailing impact of a welcoming place to go – where everyone knows your name – as …
 
Miriam Feldman – one of the strongest women I know -- recounts her journey as the mother of a son struggling with schizophrenia. She points out that as a mother, you tend to worry about child abduction or car accidents. Nothing prepares you for serious mental illness. From her book: “This is the story of how mental illness unspools an entire family…
 
David Israelian joins Kerry Morrison in a conversation that explores his passion about the importance of work, vocational rehabilitation, and purpose for people living with a mental illness in our communities. David is the founder and CEO of Peer Mental Health and co-founder and CTO of Painted Brain. Painted Brain has developed an effective clubhou…
 
Imagine if your job was to live 24/7 with mentally ill inmates at L.A. County Twin Towers. The L.A. County Jail system is arguably is the largest mental institution in America with close to 5,000 inmates incarcerated. In this interview, we talk with Craigen Armstrong and Adrian Berumen who have lived embedded in the Forensic Inpatient Program (FIP)…
 
Dr. Dave Pilon talks with Kerry about his journey through the world of community-based mental health. In talking with him, one gets a sense of how our life experiences, over decades, can come full circle to tie everything together. Most recently, Dr. Pilon was the author of the proposal outlining a bold five-year mental health pilot, submitted to t…
 
Liberation psychologist Dr. Mary Watkins is the co-founder of Pacifica Graduate Institute’s MA/PhD specialization in Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychologies in Santa Barbara. Her 2019 book, Mutual Accompaniment and the Creation of the Commons, challenges us to come alongside people in relationships grounded in “horizontality, interd…
 
Lauren Rettagliata and Theresa Pasquini, AKA as “ Moms on a Mission,” took a CA road trip in 2019 to search for housing solutions for people with serious mental illness. “Housing First” is not a viable option; their loved ones require a full system of care that provides care before, during, and after homelessness, crisis, hospitalization, or incarc…
 
Lauren Rettagliata and Teresa Pasquini, AKA as “ Moms on a Mission,” took a CA road trip in 2019 to search for housing solutions for people with serious mental illness. “Housing First” is not a viable option; their loved ones require a full system of care that provides care before, during, and after homelessness, crisis, hospitalization, or incarce…
 
Welcome to Heart Forward: Conversations from the Heart. The American mental health system is broken and voices for change will be featured each week. We are inspired by the global best practice in Trieste Italy. If they can treat people with such kindness, then so can we. Be encouraged. First episode airs on October 7, 2020.…
 
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