Best stigma podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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We hope you’re noticing our efforts to expand the project.In the last few days Defeat the Stigma has gained over 150 page likes and reached over 40,000 peoples’ news feeds. We hope to keep this momentum going by rolling out more projects to reach people in both educational and personal circumstances. The next venture we hope to explore is the production of a podcast. Text is a quick and efficient method of communication, but speech is a more personal and interactive means. We have no clue ho ...
 
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Fighting Stigma
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“Creating a nation that values and includes all people with mental illness.” This is the vision for the Like Minds Like Mine Project.\r\nFighting Stigma is hosted by people who have lived experience of mental illness, and for the mental health sector. The show aims to make a difference in our community by breaking down the barriers that discriminate against people with experience of mental illness and their family whanau members, and ultimately change people’s attitudes and behaviour. The sh ...
 
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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Food Stigma
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Podcast by Tony Gonzalez
 
MannMukti.org is a one-stop resource for South Asians to learn about and address mental health concerns with each other.MannMukti translates to “mental liberation" in Hindi. Our mission is to encourage healthy, open dialogue of mental health issues in an effort to remove stigma, improve awareness and promote self-care. Together, let’s #SpeakUp.
 
Background Me Not is a show where Harley Blakeman chats with inspiring individuals about overcoming criminal records and dispelling the stigma every week.
 
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Break The Stigma
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This is a raw comedy podcast. No politics all bullshit. We post things people can relate to.
 
SHATTERING THE STIGMA delivers experience, strength, hope, information and love to those affected by addiction. Addiction is a whole-person, whole-family issue. You are not alone in this fight. The addiction epidemic crushing this country now has a hardcore force to contend with! SHATTERING THE STIGMA with MAMA DUKES and FRANKIE!
 
Mental health and breaking the stigmas attached.
 
Left of Str8 Radio is a network of programs for the LGBT Community and our Allies. Shows feature Fun Chat, Serious Discussions, and Great Celebrity and Personality Guests
 
Smash the Stigma Canada's official podcast, where we discuss all things mental health! From stigma to mental illness, therapies and medications to art and music, we cover it all. For more information, visit www.smashthestigmacanada.org
 
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The Bubble Hour
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The Bubble Hour is hosted by Jean M., a sober woman dedicated to breaking down the walls of stigma and denial surrounding the disease of alcoholism.Alcoholism effects more than 50% of American adults, either directly or indirectly, and yet it still remains a "taboo" topic and is still mostly misunderstood by the majority of people (even those effected by alcoholism and their loved ones).The Bubble Hour seeks to inform, educate and help people identify with the stories they hear, the conversa ...
 
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See in ADHD
Weekly
 
See in ADHD talk radio is a podcast created for you, the person with ADHD and the people who live with and love you. If you're trying to understand ADHD, what it is, what it isn't, or looking for strategies to help improve your life, ADHD Coaches Jennie Friedman and Brett Thornhill, deliver each week. Each episode explores some aspect of ADHD. Whether you embrace the gifts that Ned Hallowell speaks of or struggle with the executive function challenges that Dr. Thomas Brown and Dr. Russell Ba ...
 
Jennifer Ayers-Moore offers encouragement to families struggling with mental illness. Jennifer is the Founder and Executive Director of the Nathaniel Anthony Ayers Foundation. Her brother, Nathaniel Anthony Ayers, aka Tony Ocean, has schizophrenia and is the subject of the book entitled The Soloist, by Steve Lopez, and the movie of the same name starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx. Jennifer's theme: Stop Stigma, and Hear the Music.
 
This is What Anxiety Feels LikeSarah Fader is the CEO and Founder of Stigma Fighters, a 501C3 mental health non-profit organization. She lives with panic disorder and this is her podcast. www.sarahfader.com
 
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Queer Lives
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Queer Lives is a (usually) live storytelling podcast featuring the real stories of LGBTQ+ people uploaded bimonthly. www.queerlivespodcast.com www.resiststigma.com
 
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See in ADHD
Weekly
 
See in ADHD talk radio is a podcast created for you, the person with ADHD and the people who live with and love you. If you're trying to understand ADHD, what it is, what it isn't, or looking for strategies to help improve your life, ADHD Coaches Jennie Friedman and Brett Thornhill, deliver each week. Each episode explores some aspect of ADHD. Whether you embrace the gifts that Ned Hallowell speaks of or struggle with the executive function challenges that Dr. Thomas Brown and Dr. Russell Ba ...
 
A discussion about mental health with professionals, educators, and advocates.
 
Mental Health...Addiction...Homelessness...Let's bring these issues out of the darkness and into the light! Join me as we discuss causes, implications, and solutions.
 
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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
 
A show about clinical depression... with laughs? Well, yeah. Depression is an incredibly common and isolating disease experienced by millions, yet often stigmatized by society. The Hilarious World of Depression is a series of frank, moving, and, yes, funny conversations with top comedians and funny creative people who have dealt with this disease, hosted by veteran humorist and public radio host John Moe. Winner of the Webby Award for Best Comedy Podcast. Join guests such as John Green, Russ ...
 
Reducing the stigma of mental health one conversation at a time
 
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Aunt Flo
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aunt flo explores the intersections of stigma, gender, hustle, art, sexuality and health. You should know four things about us: 1.) aunt flo is produced by #bossbabesATX, an event production team based in Austin, Texas. 2.) There isn't a fixed host; each week, you'll hear from 3 to 4 different people about the topic at hand. 3.) We're recording this from a desktop mic in someone's living room drinking coffee and burning sage. It's chill. Each topic we cover draws from conversations we have w ...
 
Ongoing conversation concerning Anarchy, its premises, stigmas, and common misunderstandings.
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer and anti-diet ...
 
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Redeeming Disorder
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Join host Spencer Bledsoe as he dives into real stories of mental disorder to overcome stigma, redeem perceptions, and start a conversation.
 
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Psychiatry Today
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Join Dr. Scot Bay every Wednesday night at 7PM while he discusses Psychiatry and mental health with guests.Scot Bay, MD is Board Certified in Psychiatry, and has a private practice in Roswell, GA. He majored in Psychology at the University of Rochester and attended medical school at New York Medical College. He completed his residency in Psychiatry at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City. He was clinical director of an outpatient clinic at St. Vincent's Hospital in Harrison, New York unti ...
 
I want to facilitate an open discussion about mental health, reducing the stigma, my illnesses, and general life advice. •I'm not a doctor
 
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Since Right Now
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Shunning stereotypes and shattering the stigma of being in recovery from alcohol and other drugs.This is the Since Right Now Addiction Recovery Podcast — the podcast of KLĒN + SŌBR / SinceRightNow.com.Your hosts Chris, Jeff & Matt discuss any and all issues supporting sustained recovery with irreverent compassion, empathy and insight.#alcoholism #addiction #sobriety #recovery
 
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Well Met
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Two jerks discuss gaming related topics and news. Might be interesting.
 
With host, Dr. Kat, we talk with moms, dads, experts and advocates about the emotional challenges that mothers and families deal with while going through infertility, pregnancy, loss and postpartum. LIke, Postpartum Depression, Postpartum Anxiety, feeling overwhelmed... Lots of moms and partners just don't feel like themselves. We get real. We get honest. We put on our stigma crushing boots and address the realities of the transition to motherhood, while offering hope, healing and resources ...
 
We're in the business of stigma-busting and normalisation-building around mental health in media, literature and the world around us.
 
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The Third Wave
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The Third Wave podcast takes a fresh look at the world of psychedelics, hearing the stories of people both in the psychedelic fringe and in mainstream society. We want to share how psychedelics are transforming the lives of people everywhere, both inside and outside of the psychedelic community. By revealing and unraveling the vast range of personal psychedelic experiences, we hope to change the cultural stigma surrounding psychedelic use. Our conversations will focus on the use of psychedel ...
 
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Sex Work BB
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Podcast under construction hosted by Kyra Kane discussing the adventure that is Sex Work. Successes, stigmas, fallacies and facts about what we REALLY do!Kyr is a Cam Models/Clip Producer...who laugh a lot, and talk about things that normal people wouldn't consider table conversation, but she talks about it, with her legs over our head, and a gaped open heart.
 
The Dawn Farm Education Series is a FREE, annual workshop series developed to provide accurate, helpful, hopeful, practical, current information about chemical dependency, recovery, family and related issues; and to dispel the myths, misinformation, secrecy, shame and stigma that prevent chemically dependent individuals and their families from getting help and getting well.
 
Depression affects more than 350,000,000 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 ...
 
Join Jeff and Mike as they bravely throw their hats into the arena of podcasting discussing everything from film to politics giving you their honest and unfiltered truths while simultaneously dissolving the negative stigma of introverts.
 
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 a ...
 
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Hats Off Podcast
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We are two clinical social workers looking to change the stigma around mental health with lessons wrapped in comedy and truth!
 
Alcoholic and addict Robert McClellan shares recovery tips, stories, and his experiences in sobriety and addiction recovery. An oasis of reason and encouragement for anyone seeking a caring voice about recovery from addiction. Honest and open, Robert is down-to-earth, humorous, and a passionate advocate for removing the stigma of addiction. Alcoholics, addicts, anyone with an interest or investment in sobriety will find these short podcasts interesting and inspiring. A writer, filmmaker, pri ...
 
Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, remove stigma and improve lives.
 
Not Okay Today is a weekly podcast focused on doing two things. Breaking down the stigma around entrepreneurship and starting a conversation around what it really means to face depression, anxiety, and hardship while trying to build a business and do good in the world. Your host Heidi Koffman will take you through her own journey as a serial entrepreneur in an honest and open dialogue highlighting the difficulties and struggles that every entrepreneur faces, but most are afraid to talk about.
 
Talking of the Couch podcast is a weekly podcast that focuses on mental health and mental wellness with in the communities of color. These conversations will be with Tatiana Smith, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. It's time to shed light and break stigmas within the black culture about mental health/illness and mental wellness as well as in other communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as well as the average person who may be strugglin ...
 
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Dames With Demons
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Anju and Lachrista have been friends for over a decade, and they both have anxiety disorders. Dames with Demons is a podcast working to break the stigma of mental illness one personal story at a time.
 
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Illuminated By U
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Reducing stigma and raising mental health awareness. Two girls with mental health stuff trying to make the world a little brighter and better informed.
 
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In Session
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IN SESSION is a radio show created by two psychotherapists who wanted to talk about mental health issues in a way that reduces the stigma attached to these disorders and increases understanding about seeking help. This is done through telling the stories of people affected by mental health issues and the experts working in the field. Good therapy honors the person's story. So does good radio.
 
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Beyond The Brave
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Breaking Stigmas, Overcoming, Empowering, Awareness, & Positivity.
 
Postpartum depression is the most common pregnancy complication but it is still highly stigmatized. All to often, moms with postpartum mood disorders feel alone and ashamed of their symptoms when in reality, thousands of moms across the world are experiencing this illness at the same time. By sharing stories, this show seeks to end the stigma and help women kick postpartum depression in the ass.
 
Casually Baked, the potcast, is an extension of the conversations and experiences I have around cannabis for wellness. As the modern cannabis culture evolves, it's interesting to discover how and why people like you are incorporating marijuana into their lives. And because the plant is complicated and the culture is nuanced, there are always questions and experiments and cautionary tales around every corner. I want to lighten the stigma and build your canna confidence!
 
Challenging Mental Health Stigma Through Creative Arts
 
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Lora speaks with Joseph Sheehey, CEO and Founding Partner of Cured Nutrition, a Colorado-based company that delivers the highest quality, hemp-derived CBD products. In this episode, they cover the FAQs commonly asked in this blooming and ever-changing industry: What exactly is CBD? What are the benefits? What are the differences between hemp an ...…
 
In this episode, we chat with Amanda Panda. She is the founder of Mammals for Mental Health as well as the parent of children who had their share of mental health challenges. She is dedicated to being an advocate and stomping out the stigma.We welcome your questions and comments. Call 786-749-TALK (8255) to submit your feedback.…
 
Today’s episode is short, informal and an introduction to mental health and mental illness. I’ve been meaning to discuss these topics for a minute now but with everything happening in the news, it was only right to do it now. I briefly touch on the difference between mental illness and mental health, my perspective on the issue and what we can ...…
 
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan negotiated a comparmised head tax on big businesses in Seattle, but now the tax has been repealed. So how will the city pay for affordable housing and homeless services now? Cartoonist Ellen Forney was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in the late 1990s. She says back then there wasn't much information available, just a ...…
 
This week the question of Cannabis was brought to the front pages in a tragic case of a boy with epilepsy who was denied his medication by the home office. Andy shares his thoughts on the drug and the stigma attached to it.Also in the news an historical summit has been called meaningless, varies kinds of perverts are going about their perversio ...…
 
Young Chinese people living in urban areas have never had it so good. They have better access to education and healthcare services, and a higher quality of life overall. But authorities are alarmed by one statistic: rates of HIV among young people aged 15-19 have tripled over the past decade. While China's youth have become increasingly liberal ...…
 
Zach served two tours in Iraq and engaged in other military assignments throughout Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. Zach has seen and done it all. Upon returning from deployments, he noticed that veterans are not served well as they try to integrate back into civilian life. He decided to do something about it. Years later, the results ...…
 
We continue our invisible illness and mental health-themed shows with the third installment, and shift our focus onto young adult mental health with the incredible Canadian mental health charity, Jack.Org as our special guest expert. Their Jack Talks Coordinator, Jessie Brar, joins founder Dominique on the show as our expert on young adult ment ...…
 
In this episode I interviewed, Brian Patchisky, Director of Penn State LGBTQ Center (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer)Here are the questions we discussed in this episode. 1. Could you touch a little on transgender community and how are their struggles different than lesbian or gay?2. There is already a lot of stigma for sexual violenc ...…
 
If you think collecting stuff is for nerds, there's a fair chance you're a hypocrite. The guys welcome back Zach for his 4th Buzzed Conversations appearance to discuss collecting various items, and the stigmas involved with the hobby. You never realize how many things could be considered collections until you drink with your friends around some ...…
 
Discussing the stigma with special guest Taylor Crosby and her experiences 'behind the mask'. Later Liam and Albee break down the daily commitment of mental health and it's importance.
 
The trio of Ben, Eliza, and Oliver return to discuss the recent mental health issues in the news. They discuss Anthony Bourdain, the impact of celebrity suicide on people, the lack of individuals of counseling among the rich and famous, the stigma around mental health counselor, the struggles of asking for help, dating people that are depressed ...…
 
This week the guys talk about HIV, and how a general lack of education and stigma make it difficult for people to talk about HIV. They don't have those issues. They can talk about anything
 
The Science and Statistics of Depression we’ll learn about the science and statistics of depression. S2: One of the common ways you experience depression is through a particular manner of thinking; of overthinking, or sometimes thinking too little. S3: In fact, one of the most described symptom by patients is the feeling of “over analysis and w ...…
 
Georgie Harman is currently the CEO of mental health not for profit beyondblue which tackles stigma and discrimination, and provides support and information on anxiety, depression and suicide.She was previously the Deputy CEO of the National Mental Health Commission and has had a long and successful career in the public service, community and t ...…
 
Daniel Simson was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer, the second most common cancer among young men, almost two months ago. As he deals with chemotherapy, his girlfriend is trying to end the stigma that surround the disease.
 
On this special episode of DOPEamine we talk about Father's day and what it means to me as a father who is away from his son, some of the stigma associated and how we can continue to be better men even as we face the challenges of fatherhood. I've been lucky enough to learn how to be a grown man through personal examples and through my personal ...…
 
This weeks episode of 3 on 3, we chat about Multi-Level Marketing companies, and the stigmas that surrounds them. We also chat about the anti-vaccination movement, and big box stores and the people who take advantage of their relatively generous return policies.
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to Episode 002 where we dive straight into the seas of mental health and the stigmas behind it. I aimed to shed light on what mental health is, bring some important facts to the table, and then discuss what we can do as a society to make everyone aware. I OWN NO COPYRIGHTS TO THE MUSIC USED IN THIS PODCAST. Next week we ...…
 
In the rural South, poverty, prejudice and lack of health care are exacerbating the spread of HIV, making it the epicenter of HIV/AIDS in America. William Brangham and Jason Kane, along with Jon Cohen of Science magazine, meet some who are pushing back against this stigma. This report is part of the NewsHour’s ongoing series “The End of AIDS: F ...…
 
On episode six of Bonnets & Durags: A Pillow Talk Podcast, Simone has some serious pillow talk with two young, black fathers from NYC named Jordan and Naj in honor of the upcoming Father's Day holiday. The group covers topics like breaking the stigma of "black absentee fathers", the inspiration behind naming their daughters after Game Of Throne ...…
 
Candice Christiansen from Nasmaste Center for Healing and The Prevention Project joins us this episode to talk about the impact of sexual abuse by women. These topics are not discussed openly though it happens often. the effects of sexual abuse by women why do we under report abuse by women types of abuse that may go under reported or minimized ...…
 
By now you have probably heard the story of Ted who died in Tim Horton’s at 856 West Broadway. No one noticed he was in distress. He just died right there. This has prompted a discussion about homelessness in our city and the stigma around it. Our next guest says this stigma is killing people. Guest: Jeremy Hunka - Spokesperson for the Union Go ...…
 
The Florida Bar has recently focused increasingly on health and wellness and how struggling lawyers can overcome the stigma that keeps them from asking for help. In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast from the 2018 Annual Florida Bar Convention, host Christine Bilbrey talks to Judy Rushlow and Molly Paris about Florida Lawyers Assistance In ...…
 
NATIONAL SAFETY MONTH PUTS SPOTLIGHT ON NO. 1 CAUSE OF PREVENTABLE DEATH FOR OLDER ADULTS FALLS CONSTITUTE MORE THAN A QUARTER OF ALL INJURY-RELATED DEATHS IN THE HOME Becky Turpin Director of home and community safety for the National Safety Council Robert S. Flippo CEO of MobileHelp This June during National Safety Month, the National Safety ...…
 
Shana Nissenbaum is an educator, a builder, a community organizer, and a non-profit founder…and that’s just the start of a long list of the many ways she spends her time to make Richmond a better place. In this conversation we cover a lot of ground including Shana’s work empowering women through power tools via Women’s Workshop Richmond, how sh ...…
 
Today on the show let's talk about introversion. What does it really mean to be an introvert? How does it affect your energy and your mental health? I talk a bit about the stigma surrounding many introverts and the variety of introverts that exist. We also talk a bit about extroverts and how they can be misunderstood as well. I wanted to talk a ...…
 
This week on Girl Chat, we talk about PERIODS. Why, after millions upon billions of years of women having periods, do we still find it well awks to talk about? Tara Lepore and Chloe Trayford talk stigma, PMS, Googling symptons and actually-helpful apps that can you help you out each month during our 12th (recorded) taboo-busting phone call.…
 
Dementia advocate John Quinn on the impact the stigma associated with a dementia diagnosis has on an individual’s sense of masculinity and sense of self.
 
“Creole Lady Marmalade” is the Twentieth episode of the British film club series Popcorn_City where The Mayor finally has his four deputies Rob Dan, Iyanu, Psy and DV back together again.Synopsis:The Idea Of Being A Sociable Person, The Ye’ effect, Tweeter Slaps, An Online tragedy, L’z calves, Game of Nazi’s, 7am In The Morning, Qwhite A Proble ...…
 
On today's show:Today is Albinism Awareness Day. Peter Ash is the founder and CEO of Under the Same Sun, an NGO working to fight... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
Our third podcast episode is on Education vs. Rehabilitation in the teenage community. This podcast is hosted by our Development Director, Gina, and my Program Director, Andrea. In this podcast, we want to talk about anything and everything from safe injection sites, recovery, self-love, and more! H.E.A.L is a non profit organization. H.E.A.L's ...…
 
Welcome back to the Real Deal Radio Show! We are happy to share episode #2 with Travis Groome from the ONE real estate group at Keller Williams. Hang on to your hats and enjoy the personalities and information provided today. A unique show for sure! If you enjoy this show, please SUBSCRIBE and SHARE. We would love to hear from you as well, so p ...…
 
There’s a stigma with salespeople across all industries, but if you can fix the problem internally, your employees can fix it externally.
 
This year’s VA Mental Health Summit is happening on June 23 at UW-Milwaukee. In advance of the event, we’re talking mental health issues facing vets, particularly African-American vets: stigma, barriers to care, healthcare disparities and more.
 
Quinzel is back with us along with Geeky Girl Guide blogger, Michele Lynn. Since we believe it's important that art/entertainment addresses topics of mental illness in a thoughtful, respectful way, we highlighted our picks for media that did it right. We talked about Law and Order SVU, Tony's PTSD in Iron Man III, and the complicated codependen ...…
 
This week is Radiothon - a chance to support the fantastic work of 3CR and to keep diverse voices broadcasting on air. This year's theme is "Fight For Your Mic", and on the show today the team talked about the importance of giving a voice to people with mental illness on radio and how to go about starting to change the stigma surrounding mental ...…
 
Erin Harrop is a doctoral student at the University of Washington who uses a Health at Every Size®, anti-oppression, and critical feminist lens to explore the intersection of weight stigma and eating disorders. She joins Julie Church RDN, CEDRD, CD, and Carter Umhau, LMHCA for The Appetite’s first interview, in which we talk about fatness, weig ...…
 
Brandale Randolph is a social activist and entrepreneur who is working to alleviate the cycle of poverty through business. He runs the 1854 Cycling Company, a company that employs those who are most at risk of living in poverty – specifically, mothers with criminal records. He also runs Project Poverty, a non-profit aimed at reducing poverty. B ...…
 
Life With Herpes https://youtu.be/Km2QhOakym0 Hi friends! I’m glad you're here. Telling anyone you have herpes can be terrifying, paralyzing, scary, alarming and the list can go on and on. Now the thought of telling someone you like and want to have a relationship can be even more frightful. Personally, I believe it goes way deeper than having ...…
 
Apple Podcasts Google Play Podbean Overcast Folks, it's been a tough week. The deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain by suicide filled the headlines, and the CDC released a new report that suicide rates have been rising across the Unites States. As a result, I wanted to rebroadcast this episode from last year on Suicide Prevention for new l ...…
 
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