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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 ...
 
Welcome to the Mad in America podcast, a new weekly discussion that searches for the truth about psychiatric prescription drugs and mental health care worldwide. This podcast is part of Mad in America’s mission to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care. We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change. ...
 
What happens when a global pandemic and unprecedented socioeconomic injustice meets real people? In this new series brought to you by Contakt World -- hosts Justin Beck, Catherine Delcin, and Deepti Pahwa talk with top researchers and trusted experts to tackle issues that matter to people and the communities globally. Issues like public health, vaccines, social and racial justice, health equity, equality, fragility, fear-mongering, insecurity, community-based care and a whole lot more than j ...
 
Justice to Healing is a podcast presented by the National Drug Court Resource Center (NDCRC) and hosted by NDCRC directors Kristen DeVall, Ph.D. and Christina Lanier, Ph.D. Each episode explores a topic related to treatment courts through conversations with experts in the field. Listeners will gain knowledge and expand their perspectives regarding treatment court work. Dr. DeVall and Dr. Lanier bring a perspective informed by years of experience in the research and practice of treatment cour ...
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
The Health Center News podcast series, Health Centers on the Front Lines: Fighting COVID, tells the inspiring story of the health centers that are trying to achieve equity and fairness in the historic race to vaccinate people in communities hit hardest by the pandemic. Every episode focuses on a different health center and the work to make sure that anyone, anywhere, can get the COVID-19 vaccine. Founded as part of the Civil Rights Movement, Community Health Centers bring a social justice le ...
 
Hi my name is Eidit Choochage. I help women and discuss topics related to mental health and wellbeing. I am a Psychotherapist, but more than that I too am a woman with a story. I am Assyrian, a Indigenous tribe with roots dating back to Mesopotamian times. I've always had a call on my heart to show up and serve humanity. I created this podcast to make emotional healing more accessible. Here you will find resources, inspiration, stories, strategies and so much more so you can experience your ...
 
These powerful videos show ingenious approaches for a “Fair Food” system for people in an ecologically restorative system. Food justice means access to healthy, fresh and sustainably grown food as a human right, including strong local food systems and economic democracy. It recognizes healthy, affordable food as a solution to the public health crisis. These food justice visionaries are regenerating the land for future generations, building resilience and care. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted ...
 
The Fred Hutch/Univ. of Washington's Cancer Consortium and The Office of Community Outreach and Engagement will be bringing you community voices to share, various work in cancer-related research, cultural humility, personal experiences, and evidence informed practices that discuss reducing health disparities and inequities that exist in health and cancer care for our under-served communities in Washington State "We acknowledge exploited labor, racist, heterosexist, ableist, xenophobic, relig ...
 
CarbonSmart is a provocative daisy-chain conversation where the guests ask the questions. Join sustainability leader, greyhound rescuer, and CEO of carbon recycling company LanzaTech, Jennifer Holmgren, as she sits down with friends, shares questions from her previous guests and sparks conversations around the state of our planet, innovation, social justice, and how policy and industry can bend the carbon curve.
 
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Judge Suzanne Chanti & Judge Nan Waller, Circuit Courts Judges and Co-chairs of the Chief Justice’s Behavioral Health Advisory Committee (BHAC) discuss: The definition of procedural justice, which is also known as procedural fairness; The importance of slowing down and using plain language, listening, and involving people in the court process; How …
 
Hosts Kristen DeVall, Ph.D. & Christina Lanier, Ph.D. welcome Lisa Callahan, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate at Policy Research Associates, for a deep dive into the state of mental health courts (MHC). Listen in as they touch on the unique qualities of mental health courts, ideal program structure, the use of incentives and sanctions in MHCs, meas…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right path for your week. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the brave men and women work in the criminal justice field. Thank you for what you do everyday. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work…
 
Episode 68, interview with mental health therapist and best-selling author, Megan Logan.โดย Eidit Choochage
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right track with your week. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the criminal justice professionals. Thank you for what you do. Remember, you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work. Our show today is brought to…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short Bursts of Inspiration and motivation to get you stated for your week. Happy Labor Day everyone. I hope your weekend and your day were very good. Remember to stay safe. Our show today is brought to you by Viking Law Enforcement Consulting, LLC. Viking offers assistance to law enforcement age…
 
The Cancer Health Equity NOW! Season 1 Finale is here! Our staff and faculty are on deck for our finale, as we reflect on the various moments from Season 1 and check-in with your OCOE staff to discuss our favorite moments, lessons learned, and more! It has been a great ride with many positive changes along the way including the addition of new team…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Civil Commitment Coordinator within the Certification, Licensure, and Technical Assistance Department discusses: Who is the examiner and what do they do in the process; What the bar is for an initial commitment versus if there is expanded criteria; The nuance around if someone is willing and able to participate voluntarily in t…
 
This week we talk with Professor Jim van Os and Doctor Peter Groot about their latest study which looks at the effectiveness of tapering strips to help people get off antidepressant drugs. Jim van Os is Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology and Public Mental Health at Utrecht University Medical Centre, the Netherlands and Peter Groot works with the…
 
How are our societal economic models divorced from our finite natural resource base, and how can we best ‘build back better’ in 2021? Today, Jennifer Holmgren talks with Hunter Lovins, a champion of sustainable development from Afghanistan to New Zealand over the past 35 years. An Executive Committee member of the Club of Rome, Time Magazine has re…
 
Ursula Read is a research fellow and associate at King's College London. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from University College London, where she studied family experiences of mental illness and help-seeking and Ghana. Currently, her research addresses Global Mental Health, and she utilizes participatory research methods to explore the relations…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get your started on you started on the right path for your week and day. Please take a moment and rate and review the show, and gives us that 5-Start rating and review on Apple Podcasts. A big thanks to all the brave men and women who serve in the Cri…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. A top ranked show because of YOU! Thank you so much for the continued support. If you could leave a 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts we sure would appreciate it. A big thank you to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what you do every…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Civil Commitment Coordinator within the Certification, Licensure, and Technical Assistance Department discusses: What civil commitment looks like in the state of Oregon; Civil commitment placements within the continuum of care, not just at the state hospital; What is considered at different steps within the civil commitment pro…
 
Hello Everyone and Happy Monday. I hope you all are having a good start to your week. Thank you for supporting this podcast. Please rate and review the show on Apple Podcast. Give us that 5-Star Rating and Review. A big thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Don't…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. We appreciate you listening and supporting the show. Please share this episode with your family and friends and give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what y…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Top Ranked Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. Top ranked because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Please share this episode and other episodes with your family and friends and give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts. A big THANK YOU to all the brave men and women who protect our communities…
 
In episode 67, I interview Wellness Coach, Content Creator and Founder of "You Are Here Community," Rachel Rhee. We discuss her journey through her diagnosis of kidney cancer and what has helped Rachel through her cancer diagnosis journey. This episode is packed with helpful information about cancer from someone who has lived through a cancer diagn…
 
The OCOE invites you to engage in conversation around policy! Policy changes in government can have some of the largest and broadest public health impacts, and we’re interested in seeing how it relates to health equity in Washington State. Dante’ Morehead continues to host and is accompanied by Dillon van Rensburg (CHE for Rural Populations) to sha…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Show. A top ranked Podcast because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Please continue to share with family and friends and when you have a moment give us that 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts – We would appreciate it. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the brave men and women who w…
 
Ari Wagner, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc (GOBHI) and the Director of Operations which is the department that The Center is under. Ari discusses: Why scaring, educating, and exercising someone out of crime doesn’t work; Exposure to childhood trauma as a risk factor for engagement in the criminal justice system an…
 
Many of the nation’s essential workers – who didn’t have the option of working from home during the pandemic -- rely on Community Health Centers for health care. Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center in Oregon is the medical home for these workers, with a long history of serving agricultural workers and their families. As one of the first health c…
 
Neighborhood Health in Alexandra, VA, is in a race to protect the underserved and the unvaccinated against the Delta variant of COVID-19. In our second episode, Executive Director and clinician Basim Khan, MD, describes how the ground game against COVID has changed. Their strategy has shifted from operating mass vaccination sites to engaging hard t…
 
Michael Ungar is the founder and director of the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University in Canada. He is also a family therapist and professor of social work. He has received numerous awards, such as the Canadian Association of Social Workers National Distinguished Service Award (2012), and has authored around 15 books and over 200 peer…
 
Cameron Parker is an Activist, writer and organizer. He has been vocal about the black experience as evidence of systemic racism in the workplace, Organized around gathering voters in Atlanta for the electoral process. He shares some of the experiences that led to his understanding of racism as a black man and how this bore the zeal to engage in ac…
 
Farhia Budul a Muslim Somali woman who is an advocate for treatment in her community and breaking stigma around mental illnesses, specifically Substance Abuse Disorders (SUD). As the founder of a new emerging first Recovery community organization, Farhia addresses the unique needs of the East African community. As someone with lived experience of s…
 
Ayaan Natala is a community member turned Independent Organizer. We explore how different individuals can explore their journeys and processes of finding ways of resistance that are accessible. Away from organizing on the front lines Ayaan shares the importance of knowing and finding the balance between taking care of ourselves as we hope to take c…
 
Shubhi Yadav shares perspectives as an international student from India who identifies as a pansexual woman. She speaks to the reality of other immigrants and having their first dialogues about race and ethnicity in America, mental health and therapy. Identifying as an activist, we engage in different ways to participate in social and political iss…
 
Cydi Yang is a content creator, artist and healer. Her interests and work centre around creating safe spaces and workshops for the girls and women in using art as a medium of healing. She speaks about different facets of her work that are forms of resistance including, physical and emotional healing practices, cultural expression, learning and unle…
 
Mai Moua Thao is an artist passionate about filmmaking as a digital art form to imagine and create a world unlike the one we live in. She speaks on her art as a double hit on aesthetic and importantly as social commentary. She shares her artistic journey as resistance to gatekeepers in creating space to highlight voices not often heard, bodies not …
 
Traci Badu is a student of neuroscience who reflects on her field of study in understanding trauma and emotions. In exploring resistance she invites listeners to think about what it means to be themselves and push back against the things that disallow that. The conversation explores the ways in which healing and identity connect, identities both im…
 
Maria Xiong shares her resistance story with us as a second generation Hmong-American woman who is a first-generation college student pursuing psychology. She speaks to the draw towards activism, the role it plays in informing the masses and what each individual can do to contribute to the bigger mission of social justice. The conversation expands …
 
Said Shaiye is a Somali writer. In his words, “Resistance is living”. The conversation digs into the journey that is life seeking to find peace in acknowledging trauma and extending yourself forgiveness. As a resistance tool, Said explains how writing allowed reflection, keeping an account of different parts and a place to go to be with himself. He…
 
Natasha Sohni reflects on her undergraduate journey at the University of Minnesota as her process of exploring resistance. She shares the role of involvement, from student government, movements, volunteering and dialogues, in empowering both one’s self and the community around them. As a problem solver she talks about operating in kindness and exte…
 
Christine Cariño is the Founder and the Head of Learning & Training at Conscious Thrive, a consulting firm with a mission to bring back the human at the center of corporate businesses. Her resistance work challenges and centers on the need for leaders and institutions to create inclusive and safe spaces outside of mere checked boxes. We engage on h…
 
Dr. Lavonne Moore is a doctor of nursing practice, the founder and CEO of Chosen Vessels Midwifery Services a subsidiary of Kemet Circle, LLC. In a bid to address health disparities for women of color, she provides training through the Chocolate Milk club offering intimate services such as health counseling, lactation and birth support for all wome…
 
Hello Everyone and Welcome Back to Microcast Monday. I am so grateful for each of you and supporting the show throughout the years. A big shout out to all the brave men and women who serve in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for the hard and dedicated work. Remember you are honored, cherished and LOVED. Keep up the good work. If you haven't pi…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Top Ranked Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. Top Ranked because of YOU. I appreciate you and I am GRATEFUL for YOU. Please take a moment and rate and review this show on Apple Podcasts – Give us that 5-Star Rating and Review. Also, share this and other episodes with your family and friends. A big THANK YOU t…
 
Ari Wagner, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc (GOBHI) and the Director of Operations which is the department that OCBHJI is under discusses: Ari’s position as the first juvenile justice researcher in Oregon and the significant role she played in determining the recidivism rate for juvenile offenders, as well as devel…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday's. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right foot for your day. I am so grateful for the brave men and women who protect and serve everyday. A BIG shout out to everyone who works in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what you do. Remember you are Honored, Ch…
 
In episode 66, I interview Grief Guide and Host of the top ranked grief podcast, "Grief is a sneaky B!tch," Lisa Keefauver. We discuss grief and loss in all its forms, not only from the loss of a loved one, but also a loss of a dream or change in health status. Lisa shares her story with us and how she worked through her own grief after her husband…
 
Our first episode shines a spotlight on a health center deep in America's Bible Belt. Albany Area Health Center serves a rural Georgia county that ranked 4th in the world for COVID-19 deaths per capita last summer. Their effort to battle the pandemic brought out the best in their community, but now they face the daunting challenge of vaccinating pe…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Top Ranked Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. Top ranked because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Please give us that 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts we sure would appreciate it. A big shout out to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Remember you are honored, cherished and l…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Shorts bursts of inspiration and motivation that is designed to get you started in the right direction for your week. A big shout out and thank you to all the criminal justice professions who put it on the line everyday. Remember you are honored, cherished and you are LOVED. If you want to keep y…
 
Patricia Rush, M.D., M.B.A. is an internal medicine physician whose scientific focus is complex chronic illness. Her over 40-year career has focused on working with underserved populations and promoting universal access to high-quality medical care. She spent 20 years in the Cook County (Illinois) Health System, including six years as director of t…
 
Marcela Ot'alora works with the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) as the principal investigator for government research into MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. In addition to her role as principal investigator, she also worked as a co-therapist during earlier phases of MDMA psychotherapy research and currently leads the MDMA th…
 
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