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The first podcast for people with mental illness, by people with mental illness. Each episode explores the hosts past and present experiences as shaped by depression, schizophrenia & bipolar. Hosted by Gabe Howard and Michelle Hammer.
 
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NEI Podcast
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The Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is committed to help raise the standard of mental health by providing imaginative medical education that focuses on the highest level of learning. Each episode offers an opportunity to learn about current issues in psychiatry from key opinion leaders in the medical field. NEI's Podcast would be of value to anyone with an interest in neuropsychiatric diseases and psychopharmacology.
 
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A New Dawn
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We are advocates! Podcast guests share their stories to humanize mental illness in our efforts to erase the stigma on a global scale and improve lives. Be mindful, listen, subscribe & rate us. Our goal is to break the walls and barriers for people so they can unmask themselves. Supporting our cause will fund a documentary, tools necessary to send out materials to our guests, in our attempt to humanize mental illness. New episodes updated every Friday. #mentalhealth #dialogue #talk #podcast # ...
 
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Join us for Part II of this exciting interview with Dr. Napoleon Higgins Jr! Dr. Napoleon B. Higgins, Jr. is a psychiatrist in the Houston/Clear Lake City Area. He is also CEO and President of Bay Pointe Behavioral Health Service, Inc., and South East Houston Research Group, Inc. He also practices as the Medical Director of Hold My Hand Residen ...…
 
In this episode of Inside Schizophrenia our hosts tackle the topic of early onset – or childhood – schizophrenia. Host Rachel Star discusses her personal experiences with symptoms as an adolescent and Dr. Joseph Gonzalez-Heydrich from Harvard Medical School discusses some of the latest research. Listen in now! Bonus Content - Visit PsychCentral ...…
 
From leisure activities to politics to relationships, people tend to be influenced by their religious beliefs. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle discuss the pros and cons of religious influence when it comes to treating mental illness and explore whether it is helpful when trying to reach recovery. Highlights from ‘Religion and Mental Illness’ ...…
 
Anne Moss Rogers graciously accepted our podcast invitation. She’s real and raw. You can find more about her journey through the podcast. She’s an advocate and travels speaking to raise awareness of suicide and prevent other parents and family members from losing a child. She also speaks directly to children and youth. Read more, after listenin ...…
 
Myths spring up about everything that is misunderstood – and mental illness is one of the most misunderstood things out there. People are equal parts fascinated by and terrified of it, seemingly at the same time. In this episode, our hosts take a look at some myths about living with schizophrenia and even tackle the most common one – are schizo ...…
 
Lynn Nanos is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in her eleventh year as a full-time mobile emergency psychiatric clinician in Massachusetts. After graduating from Columbia University with a Master of Science in Social Work, she worked as an inpatient psychiatric social worker for approximately seven years. She is an active member of ...…
 
Dr. Napoleon B. Higgins, Jr. is a psychiatrist in the Houston/Clear Lake City Area. He is also CEO and President of Bay Pointe Behavioral Health Service, Inc., and South East Houston Research Group, Inc. He also practices as the Medical Director of Hold My Hand Residential Treatment Center. Dr. Higgins has worked with and founded many programs ...…
 
As a society, we suffer from low self-esteem. A lot. The entertainment media assaults us with beautiful faces and perfect bodies, making millions feel inadequate or even ashamed. We have school children who feel that anything less than straight A’s is failure. For people living with mental illness, the impact of low self-esteem is even worse. L ...…
 
Starr, an amazing soul shares her spiritual awakening through her writing. Her poems are powerful, healing and speak the truth. Listen and comment should they move you like that have done us and many others. Comment about this episode on https://www.anewdawnaa.com/podcastShe'll get your message. Thank you for listening. If you enjoyed this, ple ...…
 
Does anxiety keep you from living the best life possible? Do you feel that you are nervous all the time? Are you not sure the difference between anxiety, worry, and paranoia? Want some suggestions on how to cope? Listen in as our hosts discuss all this – and more – on this week’s episode of A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast. Highlights ...…
 
Isaiah is a young man who advocates erasing the stigma of mental illness. I met him at a NAMI "In Our Own Voice," Training - he's an amazing young man and has a great story. He is on the Autism Spectrum and lives with Schizoaffective Disorder, Bipolar, NVD, and ADHD. He's a gamer and active in his community, our local community. He is on FB as ...…
 
June is Postraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month! In this episode we interview Dr. John Liebert, an expert in military-related and civilian PTSD. Dr. Liebert is a psychiatrist in Scottsdale, Arizona. He received his medical degree from McGill University Faculty of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. His special ...…
 
An in-depth look at violence and its relation to schizophrenia. Is violence a symptom of schizophrenia? Do mass attackers always have schizophrenia? Are schizophrenics dangerous? Studies say people with schizophrenia are more likely to be a victim of a crime than the perpetrator. However, James Holmes, the movie theater mass murderer, was said ...…
 
Kanye West’s interview about living with bipolar disorder has recently made the media rounds. Mr. West speaks about not liking medication, about mania being a creative outlet, and the career edge he believes he has because of living with mental illness. Suffice to say, whenever someone gains an audience by speaking about living with bipolar dis ...…
 
Katherine is a registered nurse, mother, wife and blogger. She lives with both Postpartum Depression and Bipolar 1 Disorder. Her story is like so many in the world and she’s removed her mask to discuss it with us. She’s a mom too and blogs about her life living with her mental illnesses and parenting on ButterflyTearsandKisses.com. Blog - https ...…
 
This podcast strives to accomplish many things: we hope to be entertaining and educational, and we hope to make our listeners think about their own lives -- or about the life of someone they know who lives with mental illness. There is, however, an easier way to describe this podcast. It’s an advocacy effort led by two people who are award-winn ...…
 
Hiya is an author and lives with clinical depression and anxiety which started in 2014. She is native to India and due to family conflict went into a deep depression and learned to rise above and find her truth. She breathes, writes and looks on the bright side to cope and find hope.Her message is to meditate and breathe to cope with anxiety an ...…
 
Join us in this exciting debate about when side effects warrant medication change. Dr. Andrew Cutler and Dr. Roger McIntyre address some of the most important issues surrounding this topic. This podcast was recorded live at NEI's 2019 Synapse Conference in Asheville, North Carolina!
 
Everyone is subject to interacting with police – whether one has a mental illness or not. The police, of course, are there to keep us safe and enforce the rule of law. However, when you live with mental illness, police have another function: first responder. In this episode, Gabe & Michelle discuss how people living with mental illness feel abo ...…
 
Mr. Maisey's message to the world is to reach out to him because the message from his experiences is a message shared is a problem half solved. TRIGGER WARNING: Discusses suicidal attempt in prison at 6 minutes into the podcast.His book, "Young Offender" is due to release in the UK this July and in Canada and USA this October 2019.Michael was l ...…
 
What is schizophrenia? What are the symptoms? What’s it like to experience it? How is it managed? The answers depend on who you ask. Pop culture has one view. Doctors have another. And Rachel Star Withers has a first-person experienced view. In this first episode of Inside Schizophrenia, Dr. Ali Mattu joins Rachel and co-host Gabe Howard to exp ...…
 
Having children is a deeply personal choice and one that should not be taken lightly. Ensuring that you are financially able, emotionally stable, and mature enough to withstand the rigors of parenting is something that every person must do. All that said, how does one factor their own mental illness concerns into the decision? Should people lik ...…
 
Michelle is from New Jersey and shares her story about being raised by a mother who had Bipolar Disorder. She is now an advocate for mental health awareness and wrote a book about it, you can read an excerpt here: http://breakingintomylife.com/excerpt/Please visit her page for FAQs as well.She conveys a message about mental health:We are not ou ...…
 
Throughout our lives, we are inspired by many people, from our parents to our teachers to celebrities to great thinkers of the past and present. And sometimes, we find ourselves being an inspiration for others. Also, sometimes, this fact surprises us. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle talk about both being inspired by others and how it feels t ...…
 
Jey is a non-binary person who struggled while growing up. He was removed from his home country of Vietnam and taken to Canada at the age of 3, after losing both of his parents. He shares his life with us and the fact that he felt alone and isolated, with the exception of one friend. This friend provided unconditional acceptance and although Je ...…
 
May is Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month! Join us in this fascinating interview with Dr. Robert Gregory. Dr. Robert Gregory is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Upstate Medical University where he serves as Director of the Psychiatry High Risk Program, a treatment program for youth and young adults struggling with ...…
 
Most people suffer from certain social anxieties. Just the idea of speaking in front of a crowd can make otherwise confident people break into a nervous sweat. Fear of rejection is also very common in society… just ask any teenager who’s too afraid to ask out their crush. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle talk about these common feelings from ...…
 
(Continued podcast story) #CALLTOACTIOONSara talks about her brother’s ill-treatment while having a mental illness. He was unjustly arrested while having a psychotic episode and cardiac arrest, prompted by being prescribed five different cocktails drugs for his bipolar disorder and Agoraphobia. He was denied family access, he wasn’t hospitalize ...…
 
Sara talks about her brother’s ill-treatment while having a mental illness. He was unjustly arrested while having a psychotic episode and cardiac arrest, prompted by being prescribed five different cocktails drugs for his bipolar disorder and Agoraphobia. He was denied family access, he wasn’t hospitalized or provided with therapy or proper tre ...…
 
Jaycob is not only an advocate but also has his own podcast, "Stories of Hope with Jayc" https://www.spreaker.com/show/3510480 He was born with Spina Bifida, was just recently diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and is full of hope. He seeks the brightest stories and finds them inspirational. Please check out his Twitter posts and hi ...…
 
Not getting enough sleep impacts every single person. It makes us irritable, slows our reflexes, and reduces our ability to think and reason. When a person is sick or suffering from an illness, getting more sleep is beneficial to the healing process. Mental Illness is no different. You will benefit from regular sleep. In today’s episode, we tal ...…
 
Marlane shares her life with mental illness, childhood trauma, abuse, and working memory failure. She's an advocate on Twitter and will work with assisting those in crisis. She’s actively involved in supporting people with mental illness, so if you’re in crisis or in need, reach out. You can DM her @SamandDeanfan_1Twitter: https://twitter.com/S ...…
 
How can you tell the difference between postpartum blues and postpartum depression? Join us in this episode, as Dr. Marlene Freeman addresses questions like this about maternal mental health. Dr. Marlene Freeman is the Associate Director of the Center for Women’s Mental Health at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Medical Director of the MG ...…
 
Join us in this episode, as Dr. Mago answers some important questions on his presentation about side effects that can lead to nonadherence!
 
Self-care is important for everyone, but our hosts feel it is extra important for people managing mental illnesses and other mental health issues. It stands to reason that, if you don’t take care of yourself, then the symptoms of an illness will have an easier time making our lives miserable. In this episode, our hosts discuss what self-care is ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. McIntyre addresses some of your unanswered questions from his presentation on depression, dementia and cognition!
 
Join us in this episode with Dr. Cutler as he addresses some fascinating questions about his presentation on the most current findings on how to recognize and manage tardive dyskinesia!
 
In this episode, Dr. Hu addresses important questions on her two presentations at Synapse. Join her, as she answers questions on postpartum depression and psychosis. Next, she addresses the most pressing questions on suicide risk and prevention.
 
In this episode, join Dr. Robb while see addresses some of your most pressing questions about her presentation at Synapse on pediatric mood disorders!
 
Jody shares her long battle with childhood trauma, discovering her mental illness later in life. She's living with PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, depression and is a suicide survivor. #sicknotweakJody is a huge advocate for mental illness, she also working on a novel. She’s trained in peer trauma with Bravewings Trauma-Informed Peer Sup ...…
 
You won't want to miss this episode! Chairman, Dr. Roger S. McIntyre highlights what's to come over the next few days. You'll hear about a change in our format, and some of the most exciting topics to date! Our team is in Asheville, NC putting final touches on the 2019 NEI Synapse experience! We're eager to welcome our attendees and share the t ...…
 
Even if we live with mental illness, ourselves, we can be frustrated when we don’t know how to help a friend or family member who’s dealing with it. We may find that coping skills that work for us may not work for someone else. Medications that work for us may not work for the other person. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle discuss how to help ...…
 
Amethyst's experiences have propelled her recently into the world of advocacy. She is a suicide survivor and lives with Complex PTSD, battered woman syndrome, borderline personality disorder, and depression. Her motto is #nothingwasted and don't lose your integrity.She’s also a mental health advocate and survivor of suicide. Her message is clea ...…
 
April is Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month! Join us in this interview with Dr. Laxman Bahroo. We address novel therapeutics on the horizon, changes in the treatment for Parkinson's Disease, and how to effectively communicate with patients about the course of this disease to design appropriate individual treatment plans! Dr. Laxman Bahroo is c ...…
 
Everyone has bad habits. Even your sainted Granny who seems perfect to you has some bad habit that only your grandfather knows about. Bad habits, like everything, exist on a spectrum, from biting your nails to snorting cocaine – and everything in between. In this episode, our hosts discuss bad habits that many people with mental illness seem to ...…
 
Kevan is a mental health advocate and he talks about his difficult child-hood life in his home and school life. A speech impediment led to bullying in school and he shares why he didn’t enjoy his senior year of high school, due to his struggles with depression from the bullying. Leadership counsel through his high school afforded him the opport ...…
 
Hypersexuality is a very common symptom of bipolar mania and a potential symptom of schizophrenia, as well. Both Gabe and Michelle have experienced being hypersexual, but because of their ages and genders, it manifested itself in different ways. However, their personal differences aside, there is one thing that both our hosts completely agree o ...…
 
Toby shares his advocacy through his artistic drawings, telling stories of those with mental illness. He sees into their souls and helps their colors become more vibrant behind the smile. His campaign is his art. Toby lives with Schizophrenia and lives in England.He talks to people and once they open up, he sees colors as they fill in around th ...…
 
April is Autism Awareness Month! Join us, as we interview Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh on the hallmark features of autism, and how to use digital technological advancements to effectively treat symptoms related to autism. Dr. Vahabzadeh is a family physician, having completed training under the Royal College of General Practitioners. Dr. Vahabzadeh is ...…
 
Once we reach recovery from mental illness, we tend to dwell on the mistakes of our past. Thoughts of failures and people we’ve hurt ruminate inside our head and make it difficult to move forward. Why do we think about these things? Does it protect us, make us feel better, or is it way to keep us from moving forward? In this episode our hosts d ...…
 
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