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Behavioral Health Integration is meant to help and create awareness and collaboration among behavioral health workers. The main focus of Behavioral Health Integration is to raise knowledge and awareness on the behavioral health field for those planning to enter the field and the individuals that are currently in it. I also bring different types of discussions and topics as it comes to the different types of mental health and substance abuse interventions being used as a collaborative approac ...
 
From the Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, this series shines a light on partnerships that are moving the dial, leading to better solutions and outcomes for people who may become involved with the justice system due to experiencing behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or neurocognitive concerns. We talk with guests representing prominent voices from government, the judicial system, public safety, healthcare, and the broader community throughout m ...
 
Our mental health is a powerful tool that affects both how we see the world around us and interact with it. Join our team of psychologists, mental health therapists, and guest speakers as we explore the latest news in mental health treatments and trends. Each episode contains powerful information to help you better control and navigate your own mental health needs, daily stress, and emotional wellbeing.
 
Behavioral Health Collective podcast is a community of behavior analysts who are passionate about sharing our science by connecting families to information that promotes meaningful behavior change. We're a community of practitioners who seek to empower parents by sharing effective behavioral strategies and evidence-based practices from the perspective of behavior science.
 
The objective of the Great Pets Radio is to provide listeners a forum which addresses the health and behavior of their companion animal friends. Many, if not all, issues that pet owners face each day are of a medical or behavioral nature. With Brian's experience of training over 35,000 dogs and Dr. Jim's knowledge of Veterinary Medicine, callers are treated with informative, compassionate and unparalleled advice. Great Pets Radio also focuses on pet related current events. It's one thing to ...
 
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In honor of Mental Health Month, we would like to speak to our listeners who might be thinking about starting therapy on their own and answer some frequently asked questions to better guide those starting therapy for the first time. In this episode (part 1 of 2), Producer Peter Fenger speaks with Dr. Erin Elmore. As you know, Erin is our co-host an…
 
I had the pleasure of having Michael Thornhill on as a BHI guest to learn about many different modalities of healing. I am here to help you and your audience empower your healing, activate your intuition and embody your truth. I am professional channel, plant spirit healer and loving husband. My wife and I run a Multi-dimensional Center for Healing…
 
Rod Harwood, Older Adult Coordinator for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc., discusses: The growing aging population in the U.S. How Dementia impacts the senses and the brain Practical tips on how to provide accommodations when communicating with someone with Dementia The suicide rate among older adults What you can do to mitigate the impact of…
 
Today I had the great pleasure of interviewing Terry Tucker Terry Tucker has been an NCAA Division I college basketball player, a Citadel cadet, a marketing executive, a hospital administrator, an undercover narcotics investigator, a SWAT Team Hostage Negotiator, a high school basketball coach, a business owner, a motivational speaker, an author, a…
 
When we consider our health, we typically think first of the foods that we tend to eat. Our third largest body organ is the brain. And when we consider nutrition as an aspect of our mental wellbeing, we have control over the healthy food choices that positively impact our brain and our mental health. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks wit…
 
About Anna! Hello, I am an 8-year breast cancer survivor. Because of my many surgeries, including a double mastectomy, hysterectomy, and chemo, intercourse became too painful. Soon after, I developed a condition called vaginismus where internal penetration is impossible . I was married for 20 years and divorced 2 years ago. I thought to myself, how…
 
Dr. Beverly Smith is the 45th President of the American Mental Health Counselor’s Association (AMHCA) and leads from a heart of advancement as she ushers her organization into a new paradigm. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Smith. She has 26 years of professional counseling experience in various settings including private prac…
 
Since 2011, Pyramid Healthcare, Inc. grew from 16 facilities to over 70 with 2,600 employees and is one of the largest healthcare providers in the country. Jon Wolf, Pyramid Healthcare’s founder, and CEO, credits their success to private equity investors and the opportunity it gave them to grow and serve the demand for mental health services. In to…
 
Valant EHR software understands both the technical aspects and the emotional aspects of what's happening between the client and the provider interaction at the time. Valant has created clinical documentation that happened in a way that retains the connection between the two, during a session, that's so critical. In today’s episode, Dr. Erin Elmore …
 
In today's episode, I had the honor and pleasure of interviewing Michael Mcknight to discuss the mental health issues the school systems are struggling with as it comes to their students. Michael discusses different strategies that are used in his program to help teachers deal with problematic incidents in the classroom. Michael also educates the B…
 
Research shows that couples or individuals who can talk constructively together, or in therapy, tend to have more satisfying sexual and genuinely happier relationships. The topic for today's show is sex therapy and how to have a sex-positive life. To talk about this topic Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Dr. Janet Brito. Janet is a nationally certifi…
 
In today's special BHI episode Tom Paladino discusses the influential power of Scalar light energy and how it can make all-around health improvements an in individual's life. Tom Paladino is a researcher and humanitarian seeking to make a difference in the world by providing people with the education and tools to restore optimal health, and by help…
 
In today's BHI episode I had the honor and pleasure of meeting with Robert Andrews-Mendoza to discuss what it takes for an MN LADC to have their own private practice. With Roberts knowledge, passion, and hard work he has paved the way for more LADC's to learn about these game-changing career opportunity's. We also went into discussion about therape…
 
Dr. Fred has been committed to the notion that communication, connection, creativity, and conversation are at the heart of all healing of all conditions of all types. Without this, people simply do not heal. With it, miracles regularly occur. Voices heal. Listening heals. We, humans, are best when we are connected to others, and Dr. Fred’s life mis…
 
In celebration of our second anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year. What the patient needs most is the ability to be themselves, but for them to see themselves, as therapists, we need to know ourselves fully first. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor continues the discussion with Dr. Guy Macpherson, clinical…
 
In celebration of our second anniversary, we’re releasing the second of two new episodes this week. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Dr. Deb Hordon. Deb has a Ph.D. in sociology from Columbia University and as over 23 years of experience, that includes consulting global exposure and certification through the International Coach Feder…
 
In celebration of our second anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year. At its core, spirituality is a connection and a relationship, but a disposition that flows from that. Therapy is spiritual work. In this episode, we proudly welcome our newest member to our podcast and today’s host Dr. Erin Elmore. Erin is …
 
In todays BHI episode I interview motivational speaker Chad Osinga. Chad Osinga is a high school dropout turned college graduate, special operations sniper, and combat applications instructor for the military. Chad grew up in a drug house with a mother addicted to crack cocaine, who later died due to an overdose. Never knowing his father, he turned…
 
In celebration of our second anniversary, we’re releasing the first of two new episodes this week. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Ami Roeschlein and Terence Fitzgerald. Amy is a licensed marriage and family therapist and consultant for the national council for mental wellbeing. She has over 25 years of experience training providers…
 
In celebration of our second anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year. Trauma and traumatic events can impact us, and those effects can ripple to other aspects of our lives that we may not be aware of. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Wendy Byrd, LPC, LMFT, and president of the Board of Direc…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Operation and Policy Analyst for the Certification and Licensure Department, and Jeffrey Gray, PhD, licensed psychologist, discuss: An overview of the role of the mental health examiner as a friend of the court who provides clarification around clinical aspects of a civil commitment hearing; Their role as a clarifier and a ques…
 
There's been an awakening and awareness to the things that input into holistic wellness. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Aaron Williams. Aaron works as the integrated care consultant and senior advisor for the National Council of Mental Wellbeing. Aaron has more than 18 years of experience providing training and technical assistance…
 
In today's BHI episode I help prepare my listeners for my interview with special guest Michael Pond author of the book wasted "An Alcoholic Therapist’s Fight for Recovery in a Flawed Treatment System". In this episode, I review the early chapters of the book along with the DSM-5 diagnosis of alcohol use disorder.…
 
This episode resumes the conversation with Dr. Graham Taylor and Dr. Jana Martin. In our last episode, we discussed the nuts and bolts of setting up one's private practice. In today’s episode, we discuss nuts and bolts of planning for retirement from a mental health practice. Dr. Jana Martin is the CEO of the American Insurance Trust, a provider of…
 
Join us with guest speaker Ruth Ann Ott for our fourth interview on the subject of trauma-informed practices and their impact on communities. Ruh Ann Ott is the Divisional Director of Children and Family Services for Southside Behavioral Health. Additionally, she is certified in brain spotting and has been trained in EMDR therapy. Originally, Ruth …
 
Today's podcast is part one of a two-part series, focusing on one's private practice in today's podcast, we'll be addressing the nuts and bolts of the early stages of setting up one's private practice. And part two, we're going to be addressing the thoughts and considerations and nuts and bolts regarding planning for retirement and one's life. In t…
 
In today's BHI episode I had the pleasure of interviewing the Public Speaking Coach and host of the Master Talk youtube channel Brenden Kumarasamy. In today's episode, we went into discussion on what are individuals' biggest fears as it comes to public speaking as well as how to overcome them. We also discuss proper ways of coaching and consulting …
 
In today's BHI episode I and Rick continue to discuss different concepts related to psychedelic-assisted therapy not only as an intervention but as a therapeutic tool to get in touch with your most inner self. We also discuss future policies and regulations regarding psychedelic-assisted therapy and how the therapy process will look like working wi…
 
In today's special episode I have a special guest Cristino N. Chavez Jr., LMSW (He/Him). In this BHI episode, Cristino helps BHI listeners get a better understanding of the Social Worker and the many different avenues they can work in the behavioral health field, how they are similar to other health care professions, and how proper coordination of …
 
A little over 12 million adults think about suicide a year, a little over 3 million make a plan and a little over a million attempt suicide. Then about 600,000 people received medical attention and the number of people who died by suicide is around 46,000. So, at each ideation to action spectrum, we need something different, and we need responses t…
 
This episode resumes the conversation with Dr. Graham Taylor and Dr. Joe Parks. In our last episode, we discussed his work with Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHCs) and the innovative delivery of health systems. In today’s episode, we discuss Joe's work with the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, where he serves as their medica…
 
In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Dr. Joe Parks. Joe practices, psychiatry at the Family Health Center, the nation's first approved Medicaid funded Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), established to expand services to the uninsured and under-insured in Columbia, Missouri. He also currently serves as the medical di…
 
As technology advances, we can have more and more advanced ways of communicating with artificial intelligence in a way that can help people get evidence-based interventions that are tailored to the person. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Jeff Cohen. Jeff is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Columbia University Medical Ce…
 
You can make small changes in your practice that can empower you and unlock the financial potential of your business, which allows you to be well and thrive. In today’s episode, Dr. Erin Elmore is joined by Linzy Bonham. Linzy is the founder of Money Nuts and Bolts and the creator of the course Money Skills for Therapists. She has helped dozens of …
 
Join us with guest speaker Joey Lopresti for our third interview on the subject of trauma-informed practices and their impact on communities. Lopresti is Captain of the Brunswick County Sheriff's office, investigative division. His law enforcement career began 15 years ago with the Virginia Beach police department. Then, in 2014 he was given the op…
 
Edward Jones, retired Judge and former Interim Executive Director of Oregon Public Defense Services (OPDS) discusses: What OPDS does; Long-term consequences of felonies and misdemeanors; How misdemeanors can snowball into more serious consequences; Asking ourselves: is this the right approach for this problem? Is it a criminal justice issue? A publ…
 
We've made some significant gains with medicine and mental health researchers have systematically investigated the impact of numerous stress reduction techniques and validated their efficacy and their effectiveness, such that these strategies have now been determined to be evidence-based treatment approaches, to include the neural and neuroendocrin…
 
Randy is a person living in long-term recovery and what that means to him is, he hasn’t used any drugs, alcohol, or any mood-altering substance since January 9, 2005. After receiving the life-saving gift of recovery, Randy completed his A.S. degree in addiction counseling and a B.A. in human services and worked as a full-time addiction counselor fo…
 
Those who have ADHD experience a Ferrari engine for a brain, but with bicycle breaks. So, they have a tremendous power of the mind, but the challenge is to control it. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Dr. Ned Hallowell. Ned is a board-certified child and adult psychiatrist and world authority on ADHD. Together they discuss ADHD an…
 
The Triad Community is a great place for all things behavioral and mental health. Grow and connect with those who are like-minded at all aspects of your career in this field. In this episode, De. Graham Taylor speaks with Brandon Jones, CEO, and Oliver Lubin, CTO, about the updates and new services offered by the Triad Community. Study Groups are a…
 
Mindfulness is fundamentally the practice that helps you be able to be with what is, and when you dissociate or kind of get pushed out of the present, it's the practice that fundamentally helps you return to the now. And that's a lot of what life and recovery and healing asks us to do, “how can we be with what is without destroying ourselves”? In t…
 
In today's episode, I and special guest Rick O'Bannon when into a discussion on psychedelics and how they can be used as a therapeutic modality for individuals dealing with a wide variety of mental health issues. Special guest Rick gets into his main passions for the field of behavioral health and as a strong advocate for psychedelic-assisted thera…
 
Survey research says that 71% of Medicaid Patients have access to a cellphone. This is an important finding because it means that we can effectively use technology to connect with individuals that suffer from severe social determinants of health factors. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Elise Kohl-Grant, the Chief Information Offic…
 
Join us with guest speaker Kelly Colgate for our second interview on the subject of trauma-informed practices and their impact on communities. Kelly Colgate is the Chase City Elementary School Counselor and has been there for 26 years. Additionally, she also works at the Mecklenburg YMCA as a fitness yoga instructor and is an active member of the S…
 
In today's episode on counseling certifications, I discuss my opinions on certifications from the tobacco training specialist certification compared to the Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)certification. I discuss the process of each one as well as how to apply and obtain them. I also discuss my thoughts on the pros and cons of e…
 
Today’s episode is part of our clinicians’ series, where we take you behind the therapist's door to give you an insight into what happens within the therapeutic relationship. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Kathy Shear about the process of treatment for those suffering from Prolonged Grief. Kathy engages deeply in research and te…
 
Chris Bouneff, Executive Director of the Oregon Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), discusses: What does NAMI do?; Examples of the education NAMI provides free of charge; NAMI’s current proposal for a bill in the 2022 short session focusing on addressing wage gaps for those working in the behavioral health field; Why we need …
 
We’re told having a child going to be one of the best times of your life, but that's not always the case for everyone. What if concern gets raised about the pregnancy and you're told your baby's not going to be born healthy or at its worst, can't take your baby home? In our episode today, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Tracy Gilmore-Nimoy, LMFT. Tra…
 
The relationship that a behavioral health provider has had with technology has not always been the healthiest of relationships. In today’s episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with David Strocchia and Brandon Jones. David is the senior vice president and managing director at Netsmart, a healthcare software company. Brandon is the CEO of Triad, the lea…
 
Today’s episode is part of our clinicians’ series, where we take you behind the therapist door to give you an insight into what happens within the therapeutic relationship. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore is joined by Rob Feiner. Rob is a licensed clinical counselor and has a private practice in Torrance, California with two decades of experience …
 
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