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"A perversely safe place in which he and his guests talk about their fears, addictions and traumatic childhoods." - NY Times "Normalizes what so many others feel but have been too fearful or ashamed to express...remarkable" - Psychology Today "A vital, compassionate gem that fills a desperate and under-addressed need in our society." - Esquire "Gilmartin makes a conscious effort to explore stories that aren’t black and white" - Slate Magazine "Praised by listeners all over the world" - Atlan ...
 
A weekly mental health podcast from http://Metro.co.uk. Ellen Scott and Yvette Caster chat to people who have lived with mental illness, from shop workers to celebrities, to educate, empathise and challenge stigma. Ellen has OCD, depression and anxiety, Yvette has bipolar disorder and binge eating disorder. Both know what a lonely place mental illness can be. These podcasts offer hope and proof that things can improve. Published every Monday. Follow us on social media http://twitter.com/ment ...
 
Depression affects more than 300,000,000 worldwide. So basically, if you don't have it yourself, you know someone who does. Giving Voice to Depression was founded to start discussions that reduce stigma and promote understanding. We look at depression from many angles. A journalist with depression pre-produces short (7-10 minute) interview segments, and then the sister co-hosts, who both live with depression, comment on the issues presented. The episodes are informative and hopeful-- and sel ...
 
Mental Health Association Oklahoma created The Mental Health Download podcast to share stories each week about mental illness, homelessness, incarceration and suicide, and how each can impact our lives in a profound way. Mental health affects everyone, yet the social stigma attached to mental health issues keeps so many of our family members, friends, colleagues and neighbors silent. Why are we so afraid to talk about these issues? Each week, our host Adi McCasland invites guests to share ho ...
 
Do you have a mental health challenge? You're not alone. Millions of Muslims around the world suffer from mental illness, and many don't know where to turn for help. Mentally Fit Muslims are here to change that by providing spiritual support and guidance on how to live with your condition. It offers an alternative perspective on what it means to be mentally ill in Islam, one that's empowering instead of stigmatizing.
 
"Take Your Pills, Psychopath!" is a comedy podcast that delves deep into the gnarly, misunderstood, painful hellscape of mental illness and boldly laughs in its face. Host John F. O'Donnell (Comedy Central, KATG, Redacted Tonight, Bipolar 1 Disorder) aims to bring together a supportive community of people dealing with mental health issues, i.e. "Psychopaths," who can motivate each other to proactively take responsibility as best we can for our mental illness, i.e. to figuratively or literall ...
 
Conversations with mental health experts. We speak to psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, doctors, therapists and more. Their stories highlight the importance of thinking and talking about the mind - both for ourselves and to better understand those close to us. Submit episode questions to www.talklink.com.au/podcast
 
This is an authentic, uninhibited journey into my secret world--that I guess is not so secret now. I just want people to know that they are not alone and that there are people who do understand. I was able to hide everything so well that nobody ever saw the life of quiet desperation I was living. Trauma, Major Depression, PTSD, Anxiety Disorder, isolation, fear, stigma, suicide and the inability to communicate it with those I loved. You are not alone. I am not alone.
 
Best Health Podcast 4 years running at The People’s Choice Podcast Awards 🏆 Mental was created by Bobby Temps to break down mental health stigma and discrimination. Joined by special guests, the podcast is a safe space to hear honest and insightful mental health interviews in the hope listeners will feel more empowered to continue the conversation with others. Each Thursday we delve into a factor in mental health and how to better manage it. You’ll also better understand different conditions ...
 
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Hope Starts With Us

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Hope Starts With Us

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

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On this podcast, Daniel H. Gillison Jr., CEO of NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness), brings important mental health topics to light, one conversation at a time. Hope starts with us sharing our stories. Hope starts with us breaking the stigma. Hope starts with us sharing resources and practical advice. If you or a loved one is struggling with a mental health condition and are looking for hope, this podcast is for you.
 
Welcome to the It Starts Here Podcast! This podcast hosted by Diego Alamo brings the answers to all the important complex topics mental illness encompasses. Creating awareness through the platform, the podcast cover content on specific mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety disorders. It Starts Here is a step into the journey of learning, either for yourself or for anyone you know who needs help. The following link includes a bibliography of all the sources used in completing the re ...
 
"Look Again: Mental Illness Re-Examined” is a groundbreaking new podcast brought to you by the BC Schizophrenia Society and supporting partners. The podcast brings forward the humanity of mental illness while dispelling the myths by sharing the voices of medical experts, family members, and people with lived experience with mental illness. Host Faydra Aldridge, CEO of BCSS, speaks with medical experts, families, and people with lived experience of mental illness to dispel myths and get to th ...
 
You, Me, Empathy is the official podcast of The Feely Human Collective. On this show, we explore the struggles, the triumphs, the brights and the darks we face as humans trying to be human on this wondrous and overwhelming pale blue dot. You, Me, Empathy was created so that we can be witness to our collective humanity through the lens of empathy, vulnerability, and emotional curiosity. We aim to destigmatize mental health, lead fiercely with our hearts, feel our feelings without shame and ju ...
 
My trial and tribulations as a mom of 3. I have mental health issues. My name is Linette. I am 42 years old. I have my 20-year-old who is a high functioning autistic/mental health, my 13-year-old son is autistic/mental health, and last but not least, my 4-year-old princess. I want to create a support group where we can help each other since not everyone can relate or provide advice. It would be amazing to reach others in need while steel fighting for me and mine. Please take a second and sup ...
 
Licensed therapist Kati Morton, LMFT answers your mental health questions each Thursday. No topic is off limits, no question too taboo. She discusses everything from anxiety to narcissism, abuse, depression, borderline, eating disorders, self-harm and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/support
 
Hosted by Dr. Kate Lund, The Optimized Mind explores how we can define our own unique context, build resilience and maximize potential through engaging with today's top thought leaders in the business and personal development space. Learn more at: https://missionmatters.com/author/kate-lund/
 
Follow my journey living with mental illness and the hard-fought lessons learned along the way. Lived Experience is the driving force of this podcast, and it is through this lens that my stories are told. This is a raw, honest, and very real account of how various psychological disorders have shaped my past, and continue to influence my future.
 
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The Crazy Life

Gen, Henno, and Bryan

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Ways to contact the show: Website: Thecrazylifepodcast.weebly.com E-mail: thecrazylifepodcast@outlook.com Gen's Twitter: @genscrazylife Bryan's Twitter: @stewnami Henno's Twitter: @idahenno Bryan's Other Podcast: saltylanguage.com Bryan's Blog: https://stewnami.wordpress.com/
 
You deserve to go after the dreams on your heart, despite mental illness. Here we'll talk all things related to creating the impact your gut tells you you're meant to make... even though you have symptoms pulling you down along the way.instagram: @jasmine_elizabeth_duvall - tag me in a story or shoot me a DM if you relate to the show!
 
Living a happy life with a dopamine deficiency is challenging but not impossible. On this podcast you'll learn what mental illnesses are affected by a dopamine deficiency, how to change the way we think about our mental health, ways to arm yourself with bad ass coping skills, and ways we can break down the stigma surrounding mental illness together.
 
“Dear God, I’m Sad” is a brand with the mission to craft a healthier and more holistic relationship between mental illness and the Church through reflection, investigation, and exploration. Listen as Gabby Wilkinson, seminary student, chemically imbalanced Christian, and creator of “Dear God, I’m Sad,” converses and shares stories with experts in the field of mental illness, faith, and the intersection of the two with hopes of diminishing the stigma of mental illness in faith spaces and prom ...
 
Listen to stories and conversations with people from all walks of life and from different areas of the World. Rich Bennett speaks with different guests about business, art, addiction, mental health, and so many other interesting things. Rich is also joined at times by different co-hosts that make the conversations even more interesting. Learn about a young lady that survived a cult, or a couple that rode a bicycle built for two from Oregon to Washington DC. Hear emotional stories from people ...
 
“No one ever finds life worth living—one has to make it worth living.” — Winston Churchill The Living with Chronic Mental Illness Podcast documents the story of my atypical mental illness. It’s my journey to managing chronic schizoaffective disorder. It’s the story of challenging moments, of failures, of successes, of love, of loss, and of hope. This is the story of how ignorance lost its bliss. This podcast is for anyone looking for hope, and for those of us who are living with a chronic me ...
 
Thank you for stopping by 'ShePrays' today! Wherever this podcast finds you, my prayer is that you will experience BREAKTHROUGH in areas of your life that have been "hidden" from God through the power of consistent, faith filled prayer.You can expect prayer and exhortation that will touch every facet of the human experience because God is interested in every detail of your life. There is NO shame, fear or guilt here. Only grace, mercy, compassion, love and truth. Let me pray for you...
 
A podcast for women who want to find hope in their mental sufferings, and improve their psychological well-being so they can love Jesus more. At the age of 24, Talia Kruse was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder type 2. She wondered how this would affect her future, her faith, and her identity. She felt quite hopeless, unable to find or connect with others who had successfully managed their bipolar disorder in a way that led to growing in holiness and virtue. Encouraged by her psychiatrist, she ...
 
The lived experience podcast is about creating conversations around mental health and in particular stories surrounding growing up with a mental illness in the family. As a child of a single mother with BiPolar, I wanted to create interviews that would fill the content gap around this subject and lesser-known issues that are covered in the current mental health awareness movement. Mental health awareness and advocacy go far beyond depression and anxiety. I hope that these discussions shine a ...
 
A podcast dedicated to holding space for the untold stories of motherhood and mental illness in Australia. Through providing a listening ear to the lived experiences of struggle and healing in pregnancy and motherhood, this podcast aims to reduce stigma around mental health, to inform listeners about support services available, and to inspire those on their own healing journey. Share your story via the website perinatalstoriesaustralia.com and follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @pe ...
 
Every year of life past your diagnosis is a bonus, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Brooke was diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis, went into liver failure, and received a liver transplant--all at age 20. She is a coach for chronic illness & organ transplant patients, providing support that comes from years of coaching and personal experience. If you're looking to hear real stories from real people, this podcast is for you.
 
This is a podcast aimed at better understanding other people, and better understanding ourselves. For more info and for how to subscribe, see www.behavior-podcast.com. On this podcast the host, Zach Elwood, talks to people from a wide range of fields about how they analyze and interpret human behavior in their work. The show also sometimes focuses on understanding political polarization. Popular episodes include: indicators of healthy/unhealthy relationships, analyzing statements for hidden ...
 
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Kathleen Hammond is a mother who lost her child. She sits down with Paul to talk about childhood bullying, a parent’s perspective on losing a child to suicide, and how she manages to survive after this immense loss. Connect to Kathleen on FB https://www.facebook.com/kathleen.pelaez?mibextid=LQQJ4d Support Our Sponsors! This episode is sponsored by …
 
In this episode of “Exploring the Concept of Mental Illness,” hosted by Diego Alamo the podcast is going to dive into topics corresponding to and around mental illness, what separates it from mental health, what are the causes, what are some of the effects, the statistics surrounding it and the importance.…
 
Joel Stern, a well-read acquaintance of Harriet's, brings some perspectives and critiques of the psych field - though by his own admission he has no professional background in Psychiatry, Psychotherapy etc - he nevertheless instigates a very lively discussion regarding the conception of mental health/illness and an extended debate around the anti-p…
 
Does a person's race affect the treatment they may receive for a serious and chronic mental illness? As we have heard through our discussions with experts, people living with schizophrenia, and family members—conscious and unconscious biases can play a huge role in how a person is treated within the health care system. Multiple studies and reports …
 
We don't need to tell anyone listening to this podcast that it can be difficult to care for ourselves when we're mentally ill. Now add in the responsibilities and challenges of parenting. In this 16-minute episode, Michelle, the adult daughter of a mother with bipolar disorder, shares about the unpredictability and pains of that relationship. We've…
 
Today, we're talking with Stephanie Newman, Street Outreach and Rapid Response Case Manager for Mental Health Association Oklahoma. Stephanie Newman is a native Oklahoman who, in childhood, experienced a sexual trauma that went unaddressed, resulting in a crescendo-like progression of events that ultimately culminated in the loss of her children, h…
 
Jean Claude Vandalism Playlist: Jarv - Electric Slide Dooley O & Double K, featuring Jay Sonic, The Beloved Two B & Comel - Don't Start None Nord1kone & Lmt. Break, featuring Die-Rek & The I.M.F. - I Double L Pt. 2 1773 & Joe Tyse, featuring Neak & Cam Be - Cruising (Remix) Dillon & Tom Caruana - Let's Go Back RhymeStyleTroop, featuring Blame One, …
 
I am covering how my anxiety and depression have affected me and how I am showing up as a parent and person. The anxiety seems to have more control than it should, and I am trying to find a way to cope with it. I also discuss how I fell today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/parentingmentalillness/messageSupport this podcast: https:/…
 
This week Kati discusses if we can ever have a relationship with our therapist outside of therapy, and what that can look like. She also talks about the different treatment styles from EMDR to schema, CBT and DBT, etc. She explains the connection between chronic illness and our mental health, why crying in therapy can be hard but important, and how…
 
In the first episode of 2023, Brooke has an eye-opening conversation about how housing can prevent folks from getting an organ transplant. Our guest is Denise Redeker, founder, and CEO of the Heartfelt Help Foundation, a non-profit focused on making housing happen for transplant patients and bridging the financial gap that insurance doesn't cover. …
 
From discerning religious life, to living in rural Germany for over a year, to marriage and motherhood and raising 4 little ones....how did I get here? In this episode, I discuss my journey in recognizing that I was NOT actually being called to religious life, and how I pivoted in handling my mental health as I entered marriage and motherhood. You …
 
This week, it was announced that Everything Everywhere All At Once was leading the Oscars with eleven nominations in total. It’s a mind-bending movie about a Chinese-American immigrant family with a laundromat that’s facing a tax audit. It’s a high-concept science fiction with a multiverse storyline, but it’s resonating with people for touching on …
 
In this episode, Rich has a conversation with Fritznel Octave. Veteran journalist Fritznel Octave promotes Haiti's neglected history. His work shows his insight, investigation, and psychology knowledge. Facilitates Haitian understanding. He inspires Haitians to stand up for themselves and their community with a positive approach and willingness to …
 
Ask Kati Anything ep. 148 | Your mental health podcast, with Kati Morton, LMFT This week licensed therapist Kati Morton talks extensively about body memories, and how they can be from abuse or assaults we don’t remember. She also explains the connection between self injury and sexual abuse, and how we can later use masterbation as a way to retrauma…
 
WARNING: This episode contains disturbting details about the deaths of two women and an Indigenous girl, in addition to allegations of sexual assault. Key First Nation member Noelle O’Soup died at just 14 years old. Police found her body in an apartment in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, where they also found the bodies of an unnamed woman and a man…
 
Leo discusses: How to build your life force Why "Ove" wants to end his life Lessons on how to thrive from plants Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coach…
 
This week we are joined by singer, host and drag icon Peppermint to explore gender transition as a factor in mental health. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each Thursday we delve into a factor or condition that affects the mind and how to better manage it. You can now…
 
JFOD interviews comedian and writer, Julianna Maher, who opens up about both her OCD and her ADHD. She also discussed what it's like to be a writer's assistant on a new Netflix show that is coming out. JFOD also discusses how he got let go from his weird copywriting job. Enjoy and please spread the word! Follow Julianna Maher: julianna_maher. Suppo…
 
In this episode of NAMI’s podcast, NAMI CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr. speaks with NAMI’s Chief Innovation Officer Darcy Gruttadaro, J.D., about presenteeism, psychological safety and how employees and employers alike — in every workplace — can benefit from prioritizing mental health.By National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
 
In the weeks following the 2020 killings of 22 people in Portapique, Nova Scotia — the deadliest shooting rampage in Canadian history — the federal government began introducing steps to limit the types of guns people can own and use. There were orders in council, which began with a list of more than 1,500 firearms, before more were added, and later…
 
Missing pieces of the puzzle can cause it all to fall apart. You can create new puzzle pieces. Connecting the pieces can make a beautiful picture. The displaying of the picture takes epoxy, a frame and care. One misstep can cause the pieces to fall, and when falling to pieces, is it a piece that we are missing or have we put pieces together in the …
 
We discuss: growing up with a mother who has narcissism growing up hypervigilant and feeling "robbed of my childhood" overcoming two eating disorders living through a suicide attempt daily habits to improve your life how to make friends and small talk why she felt like a "shell of a human being" being free of imposter syndrome how to call a friend …
 
In this episode of the Optimized Mind, Dr. Kate talks with actor Jon Meggison. The discussion focuses on Jon's path from a career in sales to a career as a full-time actor. Central themes include -- grit, perseverance, resilience and passion to go after your dreams to create a new reality. Actor Jon Meggison stars in his first lead film as Eric Ols…
 
Wagner Group is a private army that's been violently advancing Russian interests internationally – but in the shadows – for years. Now as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has stalled, the fighters-for-hire have taken centre stage to fight on Russia’s side. The mercenaries have been involved in some of the bloodiest battles of the entire war.Mary Ilyush…
 
A talk with Brian Dunning, who you might call a professional skeptic. He has been doing the Skeptoid podcast since 2006, and is the creator of multiple books and video projects aimed at promoting critical thinking and skepticism. We talk about the reasons why we're so often drawn to pseudoscience, bullshit, and no/low-evidence ideas in general. I a…
 
On episode 244 of You, Me, Empathy, Silke Herwald and I explore the subconscious and grief, how grief intersects with empathy, ways that we can feel more connected to those we’ve lost, and what it means to go from Grief to Love. Join the Feely Human membership community before February 11 as a founding member: FeelyHuman.co/membership Full show not…
 
Since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took power, the federal government has awarded consulting firm McKinsey over $100 million dollars in contracts.Early this month, Radio-Canada reported that Ottawa’s use of the firm has skyrocketed since 2015, and that sources inside Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada were concerned about McKinsey’s grow…
 
Author, Clyve Rose, joins me to discuss: how to cope with divorce why dating apps feed loneliness what we should ask instead of "are you ok?" romance vs love strategies to feel calm and relaxed why we shouldn't go to therapy BIO: Award-winning romance writer Clyve Rose has been writing historical romance fiction for the best part of two decades. He…
 
In this episode, Rich and cohost Julia Chang have a conversation with Katelyn and Patrick Trentalange. Katelyn and Patrick are the Co-Founders of The Endorphin Project. The mission of the 501c3 is to remove barriers for those seeking to engage in physical activities as part of their mental health treatment plan. The evidence is overwhelming that ph…
 
This episode was first broadcast in September 2022. You might not think of yourself as a negotiator but big or small we all negotiate daily.Getting better at it could make your life easier.So what's the most effective way to negotiate?Is playing hardball ever a useful strategy?And what do you do when you're at a power disadvantage?…
 
World news, local voices. Nothing is Foreign is a weekly trip to where the story is unfolding. Hosted by Tamara Khandaker. Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in August 2021, there has been a crackdown on the rights and freedoms of women in the country. This episode of Nothing is Foreign shares the courageous story of a teacher in Afghani…
 
Do you have a mental health challenge? You're not alone. Millions of Muslims around the world suffer from mental illness, and many don't know where to turn for help. Mentally Fit Muslims are here to change that by providing spiritual support and guidance on how to live with your condition. It offers an alternative perspective on what it means to be…
 
According to the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, people should limit their alcohol consumption to just two drinks per week to avoid certain cancers and other health issues. The new health guidelines significantly reduce the number of drinks considered risky — the previous recommendation capped weekly consumption at 15 drinks for men…
 
Dr. Alex Wills is a psychiatrist & therapist who focuses on the importance of ‘radical emotional acceptance’. He discusses how we can accept our emotions and what happens when we ignore them. Be sure to check out his new book Give a Fuck, Actually. More About Dr. Wills YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@alexwillsmd Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/…
 
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