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We talk about all things mindset and mental wellbeing. Honest discussions, sharing real life experiences and challenging misconceptions around mental illness. We believe everyone would benefit from focusing a little more on their mental wellbeing, and we're here to support you to do just that. We aim to inform, inspire and empower our listeners to live a joyful, meaningful and healthy life.
 
Breaking down all of society’s expectations, one topic at a time. Screw the Stigma podcast is a safe place to talk about concepts and ideas that are not well accepted by society. Topics such as racism, sexism, mental health, body image, career choices, and much more. I am constantly learning to broaden my horizon in different areas of societal limitations. Start questioning the expectations that have been placed on you and break societal stigmas to live your best life. Share your story! Be a ...
 
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In this episode, Hannah and I discussed the stigmas that surround the talk of mental health. The common misconceptions that surround depression and the different ways to take care of our mental health. Hannah also shared her journey with her own mental health, the stigmas she faced, and the works she is doing to raise awareness about mental health.…
 
In this solo episode, Hannah shares her thoughts in the run-up to her wedding and reflections afterwards. In this episode, we explore: authenticity letting go of people pleasing and perfectionism being present how others' view us and loads more. Follow our host Hannah @hannah.stainer on Instagram or Twitter. Follow our podcast @psykhecoaching on In…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Cynthia Hayes. Cynthia has been preparing her whole life to write The Big Ordeal. She learned the basics of interviewing, synthesizing information, finding the headlines, and telling a story as a journalist early in her career. After a brief interruption to earn an MBA from Harvard Business School, Cynthia spent twe…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Alex Boianghu. Alex is a dedicated and gifted therapist with over 30 years of study and practice. He uses an integrative approach to therapy, emphasizing psycho-spiritual growth grounded in somatic therapy's focus on the unity of body and mind. Alex is trained in EMDR, a technique used to help people process and res…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Madelaine Claire Weiss (MBA, BCC, LICSW). Madelaine is a Harvard-trained Licensed Psychotherapist, Mindset Expert, and Board-Certified Executive, Career, Life Coach who helps high achievers master their minds so they can maintain and enjoy satisfaction and success in all areas of their lives, without burning out. Sh…
 
Tiffany Mosher shared her journey with her mental health, the ups and downs, and the drastic changes she had to make to be the best mom she can be for her kids. She also shared her stories of her exploring the world through volunteering to build schools and more! Although Tiffany had her struggles she got out of her comfort zone and is doing amazin…
 
In this episode, we look back over the past 15 episodes to share the top tips that our amazing guests have shared with us. We'll be hearing from: Emotional Wellbeing Coach Rosie Withey (Episode 134. On Emotional Wellbeing and Learning to Listen to Our Emotions) Coach, Nutrition Advisor and Personal Trainer Sarah Matyjasik (Episode 135: Creating Str…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Natsune Oki. Natsune is the host of LifeUpEducationTV, the author of the book called "The Game Of Self Domination," and the managing director of an international project management service called ForeignConnect (https://www.foreignconnect.org/). After graduating from high school, Natsune went to the U.S. and studied…
 
This week's episode is with Randi-Lee Bawslaugh (@RandiBWriting) Randi-Lee shared her personal struggles with depression, how it affected her daily life, and the techniques she used to overcome it. She also gave insight into the world of autism. We discussed the common misconceptions, stigmas, downsides, and bright sides of autism. Randi-Lee's humo…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Tammy Whalen-Blake, a personal development leader, entrepreneur, philanthropist and unwavering optimist devoted to getting you out of your own way to live a balanced, successful life. Tammy’s core values – success, time, balance – have made her a natural leader and a deep believer in the importance of life beyond th…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Dorian Mintzer. With 50 years of clinical experience, Dr. Dorian (aka Dori) Mintzer is a speaker, experienced therapist, retirement transition, money, relationship, and executive coach, consultant; and writer. She weaves adult development, holistic life planning and positive psychology into programs that tap and…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Melody, the creator and host of the Study Break Podcast. Study Break is a teen podcast that strives to amplify teen voices. Melody, the host of Study Break, is a current high schooler chatting with teens from all around the world about their individual stories-- including sharing their goals for creating positive ch…
 
*Trigger Warning* - Mention of suicide This week (21st June 2021) was Men's Health Week and the focus this year was on men's mental health. We were joined by some amazing guests for a discussion around men's mental health and why it is such an important issue. Discussed in this episode: Masculinity Media representation Peer support Sharing mental h…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Amy Corey. Born and adopted from Da Nang, Vietnam at six months old. Her birth name is Dang Thi Minh Hanh; a very symbolic and meaningful name. In Vietnamese “Minh” means “bright” and “Hạnh” means “good morale, good soul”. Combining those two doesn’t just make a powerful name, but a powerful person and that power ha…
 
This week's guest is Dustin Miller from the Polymath Polycast! He says screw it to the conventional mindset of choosing just one specialty. We discussed the concept of specializing in multiple fields and the societal stigmas surrounding it. We also dove into the world of social media, the struggles content creators face, how social media is constan…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Sarafina Arthur-Williams. Sarafina is the CEO and founder of Intentional Simplicity LLC, a wellness-based mental health private practice. As a wellness and creative consultant, she educates her clients and mental health practitioners about positive psychology, art therapy, and the value of wellness and mindfulness. …
 
In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Shani Fox. One out of two men and one out of three women will encounter cancer firsthand in their lifetime, and all of us know someone who’s had to meet the challenge of cancer. Dr. Shani Fox has stepped up over and over again to help cancer patients and survivors through their greatest challenges, including tam…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Sherianna Boyle. Sherianna is an international, Emotional Detox Coach®, author of nine books, including her most recent Emotional Detox Now: 135 Practices to Renew Your Mind, Heart & Spirit (releases Oct 2021), Emotional Detox and Emotional Detox for Anxiety. Sherianna has been featured in over eighty-five articles,…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Michael Barrows. Michael is currently a Therapist with a Childrens Mental Health Service in West Yorkshire. He has been working with children and families for over 12 years via different organisations. He also provides easy to understand training around mental health subjects, particularly understanding anxiety, dep…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Alicia Trautwein. Alicia is an Autism advocate, writer, motivational speaker, and dedicated mom of four. Alicia’s desire to advocate for Autism comes from her own autism diagnosis and that of her three children, niece, and brother. Her life’s mission is to educate on autism acceptance and change the world for future…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Hem Kesav. Hem is a Self Love coach, she supports individuals to find their inner brilliance and to create an inner road map to deep love and care. She empowers people to understand the reasons we get held back in life – her motto being that when we love ourselves we can create relationships, life, career, health et…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Philippa Constable, founder of We Mean Biz. We Mean Biz is the brainchild of Philippa Constable, the well known networking skills expert and founder of the acclaimed Women Mean Biz networking organisation which she launched in 2007, and is now the largest business networking platform for professional women in the So…
 
Rhonda Green shared her past experiences of being in multiple abusive relationships and her final straw of getting out. She also shared her healing journey and the key to truly loving ourselves and attracting the right people into our lives. Where you can find Rhonda Green: Website: Rhondagreen.com Instagram: @Authorrhondagreen Facebook: Aftersurvi…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Nate Jones. Nate is a podcaster and inspirational speaker. In October 2019 Nate launched the Lifetips Podcast on Anchor, where he discusses important topics that affect our everyday lives and provides road maps for better decision making in the future, fo you can become a better YOU! Nate continues to be booked for …
 
In this episode, we're joined by Sarah Matyjasik of SMpower. After 10 years in Commercial recruitment and Operational Management, Sarah’s career led her into health and fitness when she had children and she took the opportunity to follow her real passion. Sarah has started, built and run a number of businesses as well as coaching and mentoring indi…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Emotional Wellbeing Coach Rosie Withey. Rosie has spent her whole life on and around horses: competing, training and simply spending time with them. They have supported her through some of her darkest times and accompanied her on some of her most exhilarating experiences and she has learned (and continue to learn) s…
 
In this episode, we look back over the past 15 episodes to share the top tips that our amazing guests have shared with us. We'll be hearing from: Vitality Coach Chana Mason (118. Chana Mason: Challenging Your Own Thinking) Mindbody Mastery Mentor Dane Dormio (119. Dane Dormio: Mindbody Mastery and Internal Martial Arts) High-Performance Coach and T…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Doug Sands. Doug is a consulting hypnotist who helps adventurous people all over the world overcome fear and anxiety. Doug is also the host of the Making Meaning podcast, a show that interviews top adventurers to learn how they've built their ideal life to inspire listeners to start building their own. In this episo…
 
Ronda Taylor, at 53 years decided to make drastic changes in her life. She sold everything, packed a bag, and went on an adventure to travel and volunteer around the world. In this week's episode, we talked about how to make tough decisions in life and move towards what makes you happy and fulfilled, regardless of age and other external factors. Ro…
 
In this episode, we're joined by the Laughing Lovebugs, Lauren and Alik who are a husband and wife team of Certified Laughter Yoga Leaders. They are the Laughter Professionals. In laughter yoga we combine laughter exercises & deep breathing with childlike playfulness & movement to connect, unwind, and let go. No sense of humor, flexibility, or yoga…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Jasmin Terrany. Jasmin holds two Master’s Degrees from Columbia University and is the inventor of Life Therapy™, a combination of Psychotherapy & Coaching + Mindfulness & Meditation. In virtual private practice since 2007, Jasmin helps high achievers succeed in love. Jasmin has published two books and has been featu…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Clare Davis. Clare's passion is to help leaders and middle managers build and support their teams when they have mental health concerns. She has been delivering mental health keynotes and workshops for over 20 years so they communicate more successfully in order to drive positive mental health in the workplace. Her …
 
In this episode, we're joined by Sarah Thacker. Sarah offers a holistic approach to mental and emotional wellbeing. In her private practice she is dedicated to supporting those who struggle with emotional eating, eating disorders, anxiety, trauma and a variety of other challenges. As a licensed psychotherapist, certified EMDR therapist and certifie…
 
Amanda and I had an incredibly fun and uplifting conversation on how we can all live our best possible life. Amanda Hill a best seller author, teacher, and mother shared her life experience on how she was previously in a victim mindset and blamed the people around her and her environment than taking responsibility for being unhappy in life. She rea…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Padma Gordon. Padma Gordon is a Spiritual Guide, Embodied Mindfulness Counselor, Author of “Being Together: Practical Wisdom for Loving Yourself and Your Partner.” She is also a Teacher on the Insight Timer App where she is often featured as one of the Staff Picks and has over 30 meditations. Padma is a lover of lif…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Sue Thomas. For most of her life, Sue has had a love of food and fitness! In her 20’s she started to really understand how food helped her to fuel her body and have boundless energy when competing in triathlons and long-distance bike riding. In her 30’s her food focus was more on having her children and eating well …
 
In this episode, we're joined by Keith R Wilson. Keith has worked with people who have hurt and been hurt by others for over thirty years as a therapist in Rochester, NY. He is the author of The Road to Reconciliation: A Comprehensive Guide to Peace When Relationships Go Bad; How to Make an Apology You’ll Never Have to Make Again; and, Constructive…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Elana (rhymes with Nirvana)Davidson. Elana is an Emotional Health and Happiness coach and the Best-Selling Author of Finding Your Own Happy: The Soul Searchers Guide to Peace and Happiness in Everday Life. She specializes in working with women to transform chronic feelings of unhappiness, and depression-that despite…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Joey Dumont. During his career as an advertising executive in San Francisco, Joey led business development teams for nearly two decades. He also served as an Executive Producer on The Naked Brand documentary, a film that chronicled the needed evolution of consumer brands and their advertising agencies due to the adv…
 
Melissa shared what her life was like being born in a cult. She faced many limitations from being controlled in what she was allowed to wear to what she was allowed to do. Especially women were held to certain rules that men didn't have. All of these limitations left Melissa frustrated and she made a bold decision to finally break free. Listen to h…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Will Foley. Will is a singer, songwriter, podcaster & mental health advocate from the Capital Region of New York. He is a NYS certified peer specialist (NYCPS-P-4108). Will is the producer, co-host & co-creator of Above Ground Podcast. He resides in Saratoga County with his wife, daughter & cat. You can find his wor…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Samantha Lane. Samantha is a time management guru, with past work in public relations, higher education, and wellness. In 2014, she experienced a life-changing surgery that shifted her perspective on life. After years of juggling full-time careers and passion-based side-hustles, Samantha started Origami Day to help …
 
Paris shared her personal experience with being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Initially getting the wrong diagnosis Paris was not functioning as the kids her age and it eventually led to admitting herself to the psych ward. Years later she worked in the same psych clinic and got to experience the world of mental health from the other point of vi…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Kimberly Spencer. Kimberly is an award-winning high-performance coach and trainer, Amazon best-selling co-author, international motivational speaker, and the founder of CrownYourself.com, helping visionary leaders build their empire and stand out in their full potential in their bodies, businesses, and relationships…
 
Hello everyone! This is a solo episode where I shared my journey with the podcast and why I started Screw the Stigma. I wanted to have this conversation because I want you to know my story and why the mission of breaking societal stigmas is so important to me. This episode is not heavily edited because I wanted it to be authentic and not scripted. …
 
In this episode, we're joined by Dane Dormio. Dane is a martial artist and Mindbody Mastery Mentor. Since his first spiritual awakening in 2004, he has dedicated his life to understanding the secrets of flow states and optimal human performance. He helps individuals through coaching and teaching to optimize their mind-body-energy-life system and ta…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Chana Mason. Chana works with clients and students around the world, guiding them to clarify a vision for their lives, unravel the thought patterns that hold them back, and giving them the tools and support to actualize their dreams. Chana has studied the techniques of masters such as Byron Katie, Barry Neil Kaufman…
 
Natsune and I had a great conversation about different perspectives of the Japanese and the Western culture. We also dove into the details of changing the way we look at things so we can stop blaming our environment and other circumstances and make our first move to success. Can't stop procrastinating to start new projects or make the first move? T…
 
In this episode, we look back over the past 15 episodes to share the top tips that our amazing guests have shared with us. We'll be hearing from: Founder of MasterTalk Brenden Kumarasamy (Episode 101. MasterTalk: How to Master the Art of Public Speaking and Communication) Coach Lisa Gumieniuk (Episode 102. From Chaos to Clarity: Transforming Stress…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Katherine Jansen-Byrkit, MPH, LPC. Katherine received her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Washington in 1992 and spent over a decade in Public Health managing violence prevention and teen health programs. But over time, she experienced an inner stirring. What ensued was a process of reflection, curi…
 
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