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Stigma of Mental Illness Radio

Stigma of Mental Illness Radio

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Chrissie Hodges is an award winning Public Speaker who specializes in the anxiety disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. As an OCD sufferer and advocate for informing and educating the public on disorders of the mind, Chrissie seeks to spread awareness on behalf of the growing population of individuals suffering in silence with depression and mental illness. Listen to Chrissie’s show on Thursdays at 3:00 PM MT.
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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. Every other Thursday we delve into a factor in mental health and how to better manage it. You’ll also better understand different con ...
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Mental health isn't just mental illness, it's in everything we do. There are ups and downs, it's beautiful and messy, and at the end of the day, life's a wreck. Thing is, that wreck is what makes us 'US' and isn't that worth celebrating? A layered and rich wreck of emotions, nuance and stories, all culminating in very human experiences. We believe that conversations surrounding mental health deserve to leave the tall shadow of stigma and have their moment in the limelight. Life's a Wreck aim ...
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Welcome to "Win Over Depression," your go-to podcast for mental health empowerment, hosted by the insightful Tamera Trotter. Dive into our weekly episodes dropping every Friday, where we explore crucial mental health topics, share personal stories, and promote a positive impact on your overall well-being. Each episode equips listeners with valuable tools and strategies to navigate the complexities of mental health. Tamera's warm and empathetic approach creates a supportive community, fosteri ...
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Seeking the Military Suicide Solution

Duane France, MA, MBA, LPC and Shauna Springer, PhD

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The statistics about suicide in the military affiliated population are alarming, and many are aware of them. Awareness is no longer enough, however. Communities must pair that awareness with meaningful action in order to make a difference. Brought to you by Military Times, join combat veteran and clinical mental health counselor Duane France and nationally recognized suicide prevention expert Dr. Shauna Springer every week as they bring the knowledge of experts on suicide in the military aff ...
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Ketamine Insights

Molly Dunn & Lynn Schneider

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Fun conversations about therapeutic ketamine and mental health. **No medical advice** We give practical tips from a patient's perspective and discuss the more profound insights people can gain from their experiences with ketamine and other psychedelic medicines. Co-hosts Molly Dunn (patient) and Lynn Schneider (ally) are old friends who usually live on opposite sides of the world. Molly, a disabled writer from Chicago with treatment resistant depression and other chronic illnesses, has been ...
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Perinatal Stories Australia

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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 ...
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Utterly Mental

Utterly Mental

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Hello! My name is Veronica Beatty. I am a proud single mother, social media content creator and a master certified life coach. This Utterly Mental podcast is all about ENDING the Stigma of Mental Health! Discussing a variety of topics with a TWIST. Together, we will end the stigma! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/utterly-mental/support
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Hope Starts With Us

National Alliance on Mental Illness

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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.
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Welcome! We feature first-person accounts of living with mental illness that aim to dispel stigma and stereotypes and instead, spread hope and light. Because stigma festers in the dark and scatters in the light. ||| I'm your host, Dr Devika Bhushan, a pediatrician, public health leader, and equity and health changemaker. In 2022, I served as the Acting Surgeon General for California. I also have lived experience as a woman of color, a parent, a person with bipolar disorder, and an Indian-Ame ...
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"Mental Health and Wellness Radio" is PEERS' (Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services) engaging public-radio style podcast. The show explores issues surrounding mental health and fun ways to maintain wellness. Host Jenee Darden interviews interesting people from all walks of life. Learn more about PEERS, a mental health advocacy nonprofit based in Oakland, Calif., at www.peersnet.org.
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I discuss navigating the labyrinth of paranoid schizophrenia as a personal and Informative journey. I'm Diana Dirkby, and I'm living with paranoid schizophrenia. In this podcast, I'll open up about my experiences with this complex brain disorder while also providing a comprehensive overview of schizophrenia itself. Despite sharing common symptoms, each individual's journey with schizophrenia is unique. We all seek tools and strategies to manage our symptoms within the context of our unique l ...
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Parenting the Mental Health Generation

CATCH, Community Action Together for Children's Health

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CATCH, Community Action Together for Children's Health, invites you to their conversations with mental health professionals and others about topics that concern us as we navigate our parenting journeys and support our kids struggling with their emotional well-being. So put in your earbuds, take these 30 minutes for you and join our conversation. CATCH, Community Action Together for Children's Health, is a 501(c)3 that provides support and education for families around mental health topics. O ...
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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 ...
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talkBD Bipolar Disorder Podcast

CREST Bipolar Disorder Network

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talkBD gathers top bipolar experts, psychiatrists, psychologists, and researchers from around the world to discuss and answer live questions on a topic area important to life with bipolar disorder. Learn about upcoming episodes, mental health resources, and more from our bipolar disorder experts at: https://talkBD.live. Hosted by international bipolar disorder research network CREST.BD.
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Ending the stigma of invisible conditions, chronic illness, disabilities and diseases one story at a time. This podcast exists to elevate voices, educate others, and encourage people to get curious. To end the stigma, we share openly, vulnerably, and intentionally. Host Tim Reitsma invites guests to share what they live with publically to break down stigmas. Stigmas of shame and fear. Stigmas of "being different" when we are all normal. Every week we unpack a story to educate, encourage, emp ...
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Complex PTSD Recovery: We Are Traumatized Motherfuckers

CPTSD, Intergenerational PTSD, Relational Trauma | TMFR LLC

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Peer-review and irreverent dark humor meet trauma recovery, without the "enforced bright sides." Let's talk about the complicated experience of rectifying a life built on trauma and relearning to be human... better than the people who raised you. You aren't alone, damaged, doomed, or dead yet. But with all the grit and gumption necessary to keep growing, you might be a real MF. Get 400+ research-heavy episodes and private community options Patreon.com/traumatizedmotherfuckers or t-mfrs.com f ...
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Love, Lindsay

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Welcome to Love, Lindsay, where every Wednesday we take you on a soothing journey of self-discovery, self-care, and mental health. Join Lindsay, your host and guide, as she shares her cringy stories and offers invaluable advice to help you navigate life’s ups and downs. Each episode is carefully curated to provide you with an hour of comfort and relaxation. Whether you’re commuting to work, unwinding after a hectic day, or simply seeking a moment of solace, this podcast is your go-to escape. ...
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THE MIND PODIUM is a mental health podcast. Through this podcast, its host Piali Dasgupta, a mental illness survivor, aims to reduce the shame, stigma, ignorance and apathy around mental illness, raise awareness around mental health, and through meaningful, open conversations give hope to those who are struggling. Dasgupta is a mental illness survivor who has battled Treatment Resistant Depression and Anxiety for 24 years. Outside work, she spends time on mental health advocacy, aiming to re ...
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This podcast bridges mental health and spirituality, addressing how the church and everyday life intersect with our mental well-being. With expert insights from psychology and theology, we tackle mental health taboos in the church, offering understanding and resources. Join us for compassionate conversations that affirm the importance of nurturing every aspect of our being.
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Mental Health in Tech

Honest Conversations About Difficult Topics

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In this podcast series hosted by Schalk Neethling and Schalk Venter, the conversation revolves around mental health in the tech industry. Each episode features a guest who joins the hosts in an honest and open discussion about their personal struggles with mental health. The hosts and guests offer valuable insights into tech workers' challenges, such as burnout, imposter syndrome, and work-life balance. They also explore the stigma surrounding mental health issues in the workplace and discus ...
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Mental Health Awareness Talks!

All for One and One for All, Inc.

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This podcast is open to all children, youth, young adults including military members who need to SPEAK UP and SPEAK OUT about their feelings and emotions to lessen the suicidal attempts and acts that plague our country especially during the pandemic COVID-19. Let’s talk about it. Get resources, materials, and more through this interactive podcast NOW.
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Anxious Ramblings

Anxious Ramblings

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Anxious Ramblings is a biweekly conversation about mental illness.This show will challenge society's views on the mentally ill and help to fight against the stigma. Anxious ramblings will explore the good, the bad, and the ugly side of living with a mental illness. Here we speak about all the crazy thoughts in your head that you're afraid to say out loud. For questions or comments the contact information for this show is: anxietysurvivor@gmail.com twitter: @anxioussurvivor
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The Voices Within

Fountain House Studios

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This podcast presents the voices of the Fountain House community - people living and working with mental illness who volunteer to create a place of recovery and mutual aid. In a collaboratively produced show, we dismantle the stigma surrounding mental illness while discussing our perspectives, experiences, and the social issues relevant to our lives.
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Sean & Cathy a.k.a. "the illest couple" are working to end mental health stigma one super awkward conversation at a time. We believe it is crucial to communicate openly about our own mental health struggles so that we can better navigate the waters of life, and... well... marriage... but we also believe in jokes about butts (because butts are funny.)
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Welcome to "Wellbeing Interrupted," by Teisha Rose, founder of Hurdle2Hope. If an illness or health challenge has impacted your life, this podcast is for you! We discuss all things mindset; challenging how you think about and experience your illness and every aspect of your life. Living with multiple sclerosis and now stage four breast cancer, Teisha brings invaluable personal insights. This podcast uniquely combines these experiences with her professional social work expertise, offering a r ...
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"Look Again: Mental Illness Re-Examined” is a groundbreaking podcast brought to you by the BC Schizophrenia Society and supporting partners. Host Faydra Aldridge, CEO of BCSS, and co-host Melissa McKenna, Marketing and Communications Manager at BCSS, speak with medical experts, families, and people with lived experience of mental illness to dispel myths and get to the truth. Be prepared for frank conversations, up-to-date medical information, immersive sound design, and stories of hope and r ...
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I want to talk about what no one else wants to talk about... Children with mental illness.Raising a child who is ‘different’ from the other kids takes a great mental and emotional toll on the parents. They are worn out and pushed to the brink, totally exhausted. Many are tapped out financially and in some cases, they have had to quit their jobs or take lesser ones to be there for the next episode when their child can’t cope. There is little or no support from a system caught up in process an ...
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Finding Her is a preventative mental health and wellness podcast. It was created to help normalize talking about mental health in our communities. The show presents tools, tips, tangible strategies, resources, intimate and vulnerable conversations, expert guests, and tons of laughs aimed to teach you skills to maintain your overall physical and mental health. Together we can take a stand against the stigma that shrouds mental health. Together we can learn skills to create the best versions o ...
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Welcome to One Broken Mom, created by business consultant, mother, and mental health advocate, Ameé Quiriconi after personal transformation spurred her on to create a revolution in how we talk about trauma and mental health. Ameé's "punk rock meets mental health and parenting" shows are direct and honest conversations with leading therapists, researchers, and advocates in the areas of trauma, narcissistic abuse, relationships, suicide prevention, parenting, and co-dependency. The topics are ...
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Mental Radio

Jesse Zook Mann, Dr. Broderick Sawyer

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Mental Radio features practical patient-powered content about healing and managing mental illness. We focus on stories of recovery and concentrate on all of the ways there are to get better. While most mental health organizations focus on meds and talk therapy we believe patients deserve to have access to information about ALL of the ways there are to recover. We believe the best way to smash stigma is to tell stories of patient self-empowerment, and healing.
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Hoarding disorder is stigmatised and people who hoard feel vast amounts of shame. This podcast began life as an audio diary, an anonymous outlet for somebody with this weird condition. That Hoarder speaks about her experiences living with compulsive hoarding, she interviews therapists, academics, researchers, children of hoarders, professional organisers and influencers, and she shares insight and tips for others with the problem. Listened to by people who hoard as well as those who love the ...
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Formerly PCBRACE2019, 2020, 2022. Time to talk about the tough conversations- making the uncomfortable comfortable to reduce stigma and bring sensitive topics out in the open.
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This was inspired by my own past traumas and experiences. I hope that you enjoy my episodes and podcast i will go over these topics What is mental illness and the struggles/stigma The transition through life Drug addictions Depression my story behind it all Government conspiracys mind control And much more will come later this podcast should open up viewers minds and motivate them to want to do better and make a change! I put a link here: https://www.instagram.com/the.struggle_is.real/ for y ...
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*ON A BREAK* Researchers from around the world open up about their mental health within academia. They might laugh, cry, or say things you disagree with. But this is lived experience - not professional advice. It's to reduce stigma and help people feel less alone. Each month, PhD Candidate and host, Emily King, chats with a different guest and releases fortnightly episodes. First - the story of mental ill-health. Second - the tale of recovery, with coping strategies that might help you too! ...
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A podcast by Sportin' MS, a charity seeking to remove the stigma around Multiple Sclerosis, helping support the mental and emotional wellbeing of those with MS and their loved ones. On the Thrivin' through MS podcast, the charity's outgoing founder Antoinette Bunyan draws on her Caribbean roots & love for dancing to inject some energy, passion and candour into the topic of MS. She sits down with a range of guests, including those who have been diagnosed with MS as well as thought leaders in ...
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The Stress Sessions by Luke Clark. A weekly podcast about mental health, presented by a guy in his 30s living with anxiety and depression. Expect chat around coping mechanisms, counselling, and crushing the stigma around men's mental illness. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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For too long, too many families have battled mental illness behind closed doors, because the stigma against discussing it is too ingrained. In Opening the Window, one family talks frankly about how they continue to learn how to love and support each other through the challenges, in the hopes that listeners will understand that even if they're not ready to talk about it themselves, that they're not alone.
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Team Up for Hope believes that education, resources, and support are essential to helping end the stigma and silence surrounding mental health diagnoses, drug use, and suicide. By teaming up with local experts, the goal of our collaborative webinars is to provide education, resources, and support - and to get the conversation started!
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered how inspiration and desperation can be powerful motivators for change? In this episode of "Win Over Depression," hosted by Tamera Trotter, we confront the silent struggle of mental illness and the stigma that often surrounds it. We shed light on the alarming statistics of suicide, especially highlighting how th…
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Send us a Text Message. Have you ever wondered why someone who seems so cheerful can be battling with depression behind closed doors? On this eye-opening episode of When Over Depression, I share my personal journey of revealing my depression to close friends who were shocked because I always appear upbeat. We explore the exhausting effort it takes …
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Growing through Grief: Rena Rosen's Journey of Healing and Acceptance Meet Rena Rosen, who lost her father to illness as a teenager. Rena shares how her grief journey has evolved over the years and the ways she has managed her loss during life's ups and downs. She is on a mission to normalize grief and embrace it as an important part of every human…
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Come to a Dehoarding Accountability Zoom Session: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ticket Subscribe to the podcast: https://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/subscribe Podcast show notes, links and transcript: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ Today, I focus on the dreaded "analysis paralysis" and how it affects individuals…
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Randy Ryan, host of NAMI Westside LA’s “Man Up” podcast, joins NAMI CEO Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., for this episode. In their discussion, hear about what it means to perform masculinity and “be a man” during Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month, plus how mental health impacts veterans and service members. You can find additional episodes of this NAMI …
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This one might be hard to believe...but finances...can affect your mental health. A true shock to almost no one. We've all been there, checking our bank account, seeing bills come we're not quite ready for, you can feel those stress levels rise and anxiety start to creep in. A life lesson I think is applicable here is that it's easy to fear somethi…
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This episode feels extra special, self love is already one of my favourite themes and this conversation is deeply affirming. Author Ruby Dhal joins us to talk about healing and how the relationship with ourselves is an essential component of this. Whatever you’re working on there’s so much to relate to here ! Here we go! Mental is the brain-child o…
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Send us a Text Message. Imagine being an elite athlete, outwardly thriving but internally battling major depression, generalized anxiety, and social anxiety. That’s the reality for our guest, Sophia Lim-Metz, an 18-year-old who courageously opens up about her mental health journey. Sophia's story begins with an identity crisis after stepping away f…
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Have you ever felt powerless while lying in a hospital bed? In this episode of Wellbeing Interrupted, Teisha Rose shares her personal experiences of feeling powerless during hospital stays and offers four key tips to empower yourself and advocate for your wellbeing from a hospital bed. Drawing from her own journey with multiple sclerosis and stage …
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Lynn and Molly discuss Somatic Therapy and Internal Family Systems (IFS), two therapeutic modalities often used alongside ketamine treatments. Molly shares a story of Somatic Experiencing, describing how different body sensations revealed helpful emotional insights. We discuss the interweaving relationships between trauma, the body, talk therapy, a…
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Come to a Dehoarding Accountability Zoom Session: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ticket Subscribe to the podcast: https://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/subscribe Podcast show notes, links and transcript: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ I have a bit of an emotional moment in this one! In this episode, I talk about ho…
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Imagine discovering your friend has a mental health diagnosis like schizophrenia. Would you know how to respond, or would fear and hesitation cloud your judgment? This episode promises to smash through societal misconceptions and shed light on the harsh realities many face due to the stigma perpetuated by media misrepresentations. Join me, Diana Di…
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For years of my life, I thought the standard was perfection. Everything I did, I felt I had to do perfectly. I craved to be the perfect son, boyfriend, student, and athlete, I wanted to be flawless and when a flaw presented itself I resented it. I thought perfection would lead to fulfillment. Sound familiar? Well, colour me fuc*ing pink when I one …
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What does spirituality have to do with chronic illness? In this episode of Wellbeing Interrupted, Teisha Rose delves into her personal experiences with chronic illness and spirituality. She shares her journey of embracing authenticity, opening her mind to new ways of thinking, and the final thoughts on how illness and spirituality are interconnecte…
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This is the powerful bipolar disorder story of "ordinary guy" Robert Villanueva. Robert "Coach V" Villanueva grew up in East Bay of San Francisco amidst undiagnosed bipolar disorder. Seeking a better life away from a dysfunctional home, Robert left home at 15 and became a wrestling coach and garbageman before experiencing his darkest moments with d…
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In this episode of Your Mind Matters, Dr. Jewyl welcomes Laurel Bost, who shares her touching story of overcoming severe personal trauma, addiction, and mental health struggles. Laurel's testimony is a powerful reminder of the resilience of the human spirit and the critical role of support and professional care in the journey towards healing. Tune …
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For over a year, Ariane hid the true severity of her symptoms and tried so hard to portray a choreographed image of the good, responsive mother who kept it all together. Motherhood was the performance of her life… until it wasn't. The stage makeup and sparkles fell away when her symptoms escalated and she had to be admitted to a general psychiatric…
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Send us a Text Message. Are you ready to reclaim your days from the grip of depression? Discover powerful strategies in this episode of Win Over Depression as we uncover the secrets to setting small, achievable goals that can make a huge difference in your daily life. You'll learn how even simple tasks like making your bed or taking a short walk ca…
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Come to a Dehoarding Accountability Zoom Session: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ticket Subscribe to the podcast: https://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/subscribe Podcast show notes, links and transcript: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ We need to talk about hoarding and physical disabilities, chronic illness, and ch…
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Host Molly welcomes midwife and activist Betsy Merbitz to discuss the importance of patient-centered care in childbirth and in psychedelic therapies. Our conversation delves into the distinctions between holistic and medical models, focusing on the role of the individual as the primary healer. Betsy describes her work as a Certified Professional Mi…
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In this episode of the Mental Health in Tech podcast, hosts Schalk Neethling and Schalk Venter are joined by Kai Katschthaler to discuss the profound mental health impact of the various challenges faced by those who work in the tech industry. The conversation delves into the immense pressures tech professionals face, including the challenges of fin…
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This week on the podcast I'm excited to share a collaborative episode that we did with Groovin' hosted by Kiley White. Kiley and I explore the highs and lows of creative work, the boundaries we set surrounding what we share on our shows, how we approach storytelling and much more. A feel-good episode through and through. Chicken soup for the soul a…
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This weeks guest is a true pioneer who shares the transformative nature of palliative care in redefining patient outcomes. In this hopeful conversation we explore what it looks like when a newer field of medicine integrates mental health from the start. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his o…
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Send us a Text Message. Can chronic migraines and concussions be as debilitating as severe strokes or daily dialysis? In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Briar Sexton, a dedicated physician from British Columbia, to dive into the profound impact these invisible conditions have on quality of life. We explore the tough realities of diagnosing and ma…
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Arthur C. Evans Jr., PhD, CEO of the American Psychological Association, joins NAMI CEO Dan Gillison, Jr., in remembrance of George Floyd and to discuss how his murder, as a result of police violence, shifted conversations about racism and mental health in the United States. Throughout this conversation, they explore the challenge to increase equit…
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We've learned that narcs don't generally recover because of their "creative narration" abilities. Now, let's talk about some of the ways they spin those stories. Today, we start our examination of self-defense mechanisms by looking at the purposes of Intellectualization and Rationalization. Then, we ask the question: SO HOW SMART ARE THEY? And disc…
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Is social stigma holding you back from embracing life? In this episode, I explore the powerful narratives around reducing stigma and embracing life with an illness, inspired by Louise Butcher's courageous actions. (See Episode 20 Meet Lousie Butcher the topless marathon runner.) Today's discussion goes beyond physical challenges—it delves into the …
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Today you'll meet Adison Schwartz, an inspiring high school senior erasing the mental health stigma every day! She is joined by her school staff mentor, Robyn Corelitz, a social emotional learning specialist. Together, they are making a difference at Deerfield High School. Adison will take us on an audio tour of the amazing space she created, dedic…
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Join Dr. Jewyl in this episode of "Your Mind Matters" as she talks with Laurel Bost, who opens up about her path to recovery from addiction, the vital role of emotional intelligence, and the power of community and faith in her life. Laurel Bost's testimony is not just inspiring—it's a beacon of hope for anyone facing their own mental health battles…
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When Ariane became a mother, it wasn’t just the sudden onset of delusions, hallucinations, and severe depression that haunted her early days of parenting. From body image triggers, the pervasive grip of perfectionism, the reluctance to seek help, and the fear of her son being forcibly removed, it was also Ariane’s complex history as a ballet dancer…
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Have you ever felt like the universe was conspiring against you through an eerie sequence of events? That's what we're unpacking today, as I, Diana Dirkby, share my personal confrontations with coincidence and its particularly intense effects on those of us with paranoid schizophrenia. The ever-present challenge of discerning reality from paranoia …
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Send us a Text Message. Feeling trapped in a cycle of despair and hopelessness can seem like an endless battle with no reprieve in sight. Join me, Tamera Trotter, as I bare my soul, sharing the gritty realities and emotional toll of depression, a journey that many of us know all too well. This episode isn't just another conversation about mental he…
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Send us a Text Message. I have weathered the stormy seas of depression, and I know I'm not sailing alone. In a candid and unguarded discussion, I peel back the curtain on the silent struggles and the tenacity required to persevere. We weave through the importance of self-compassion over self-criticism and the transformative impact of incremental li…
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Ashanti Branch has over 20 years of experience in building healthy relationships in schools — he’s a pioneer in reforming education, youth mental health, and traditional masculinity. He is the Founder and Executive Director of the Ever Forward Club, a non-profit organization that takes students who are disengaged and dropping out to 100% graduation…
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Come to a Dehoarding Accountability Zoom Session: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ticket Subscribe to the podcast: https://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/subscribe Podcast show notes, links and transcript: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ Today, I look at the impact of micro trends on our lives and how they are contrib…
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Join us as we have an insightful conversation with Amy Sewick. In 2020 after almost 20 years of working alongside young people in various capacities, Amy had to step back from her profession due to the tragic passing of her sister to suicide and the needs of her children. She is now self-employed as she owns her own photography business. Additional…
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Very cool episode this week. Today I sit down with a true one of one in the podcasting world, Jeremie Saunders from CBC's Sickboy podcast, to explore his experiences as a man living with Cystic Fibrosis (CF), the most common fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults. Jeremie shares how he learned of his diagnosis as a child…
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Welcome to this episode of Love, Lindsay podcast, where we continue our journey into breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health during this mental health awareness month. In today's episode, we will be talking openly and honestly about medications used to treat anxiety, depression, and ADHD. We will delve into my personal experiences and di…
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Would you ever consider running a marathon topless after a mastectomy? In this episode, I chat with Louise Butcher, 'Topless Marathon Runner', who took on this extraordinary challenge to transform societal perceptions and stigmas around body image. If you LOVED the episode, make sure you share this on your Instagram stories and tag us @wellbeingint…
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Join Dr. Jewyl on "Your Mind Matters" for a critical look at cognitive distortions — the misleading thoughts that influence how we view the world. This episode delves into how our minds can twist our perceptions, from exaggerating the negatives to downplaying the positives, and offers strategies to identify and overcome these mental traps. Perfect …
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OCD had been part of Emma’s life for many years, although she just didn’t know it. Like for so many of us, her life-long OCD wasn’t picked up on until early motherhood, after two miscarriages and the birth of a premature baby during a pandemic lockdown. In Emma’s words, “it awoke the OCD beast.” This is one mother’s poignant story about the pain of…
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In this episode, host Schalk Neethling interviews Jennifer Weis, the founder of Mission Save A Life, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness, promoting education, and driving action around mental health and suicide prevention. Jen shares her journey and the genesis of Mission Save A Life, which was born out of the tragic loss of her…
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Come to a Dehoarding Accountability Zoom Session: http://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/ticket Subscribe to the podcast: https://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/subscribe Podcast show notes, links and transcript: https://www.overcomecompulsivehoarding.co.uk/podcast-ep-140-how-to-cope-with-or-help-a-partner-who-hoards-with-laura-silverste…
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Alas it was a very somber day in Halifax Nova Scotia, grey and gloomy. I sat in my expiring office chair the faux leather flaking onto the floor. I had just finished my interview with Booby Temps, a brilliant flourish of a man, the second hosts of Dating Games and my old friend. I had interviewed his cohost Stephanie Foster earlier in the week and …
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This week we’re joined by the incredible Ursula James to talk all things hypnosis as a therapeutic tool. We also unpack some of the learning from the pandemic and how the inclination to forget it highlights how we often process trauma. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. …
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Send us a Text Message. You have your first few seizures and people tell you not to share your diagnosis of epilepsy because they are afraid for you. Afraid of the potential shame and discrimination you will face. While this is well-intentioned, you do the opposite. In this podcast episode, we hear from Jon Tuteur, who shares his experiences of liv…
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NAMI CEO Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., speaks to Dr. Hernando Carter, an internal medicine physician based in Birmingham, Alabama. They discuss the importance of caring for the health care professionals in our communities in honor of National Hospital Week, as well as bridging care gaps for underrepresented communities and developing increased represent…
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This episode of the Mental Health in Tech podcast features Erik Andersen, also known as the world’s happiest software engineer, who delves into the mental health challenges faced by developers in the tech industry, and the importance of supporting junior developers and fostering a supportive tech community. Erik shares that while he does call himse…
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