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Living with Mental Illness: Empowered Therapy & Training proudly presents our new ‘Living With Mental Illness’ program. This program will guide you on how you can help yourself and others with mental health, provide you with information on common disorders and extra tips and tricks so that you can feel empowered in the modern world where 1 in 4 have a mental disorder. So, grab your favourite drink and snack, get comfortable and listen right into our first episode.
 
Meet Mental Note – a podcast highlighting both the work and the beauty of mental health recovery. Stories will span a variety of mental illness struggles from eating disorders to depression, OCD and Bipolar. We will introduce you to relatable personalities, and dive deep into how they choose health amidst daunting illnesses. At the end of it all, we will provide hope that recovery is possible—and worth it.
 
Shrinking It Down: Mental Health Made Simple shines light on the fact that mental health is anything but simple, while helping parents and caregivers to navigate some tough questions. Join co-hosts Dr. Gene Beresin and Dr. Khadijah Booth Watkins as they explore and provide guidance on topics related to the mental health of children, teens, and young adults. From depression and learning disorders, to digital media and current events, Shrinking It Down covers it all. Tune in today! About Us: T ...
 
Stephen Hays is a recovering addict, living with type-1 bipolar disorder. He spent years living in addiction, and with untreated mental illness while he went from West Point graduate, to Wall Street Banker to nearly taking his own life when he hit bottom. On this show you will hear stories of addiction, mental illness, recovery, hope, and wellness. You will also hear from clinicians, experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and others who are trying to lead other people to wellness. We would love to ...
 
I'm a fourth year medical student who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way.
 
Mental Health // Demystified, with psychiatrist Tracey Marks, MD aims to educate audiences on mental health issues and self improvement. Dr. Marks believes mental health doesn't have to be a mystery and offers easy to understand, and practical education on topics like bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, women's mental health issues, narcissism and other personality disorders, ADHD, schizophrenia and more.
 
Posptartum Depression is real. And it's only part of the story. We dig in to ALL of the stuff that no tells you about, but you NEED to know. Dr. Kat, Psychologist and specialist in perinatal mental health, interviews moms, dads, experts and advocates about how to cope, manage and recover from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. We talk about postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety and SO MUCH MORE! We get real. We get honest. We put on our stigma crushing boots and address the realities ...
 
Slaying your rockstar demons may be the greatest battle of your life! Never fear, the CHECK YOUR HEAD Podcast is here, where your favorite musicians and experts share their stories and solutions for mental health and wellness. A music journalist and life coach for musicians, host Mari Fong deep dives with her interviews to bring you the open, honest rockstar stories you want to hear. So if you're a musician with mood disorders or addictions, a music fan or anyone looking for stories of hope ...
 
Healing from Mental Illness is possible!!! I know, because I did it. I have fully healed from schizoaffective disorder after a ten-year long battle, and have been medication-free and living a normal life since June of 2013. If you or a loved one is struggling with schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness, there is hope!!! I am producing this podcast to accompany my new book, Healing Schizoaffective, to share the insights and wisdom th ...
 
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. ...
 
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Take a deep breath, get comfortable (in your car, probably) and bury yourself in Going Mental, a podcast all about…well, going mental. Both hosts navigate life while managing their sometimes debilitating mental health conditions: Neal's a screen and television writer, while Morgan is a Hollywood drop-out and current BuzzFeed editor. These long-time friends will be talking about living (and functioning) with an array of mental health challenges, from depression & anxiety, to ocd, bipolar, and ...
 
I talk about how to re-wire your brain & think differently in order to change bad habits, negative emotional states, as well as poor results in any area of life after having overcome 6 yrs of depression, addiction, and Bipolar disorder which affected all realms of my life. If you want to see the word mindset hashagged , go to social media. If you want to learn how to actually change your mindset in the areas of career, self acceptance, negative thoughts/habits, tune in here :) If you want to ...
 
Featuring conversations about Mental Illness from WOUB-AM's weekly community talk program, Conversations From Studio B. Monthly topics include interviews with specialists on Schizophrenia, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Suicide, Bipolar and Borderline Personality Disorder, Tourette's Syndrome, Depression, Police officer experience and Crisis Intervention Training, Family Member experience, Mental Health & the Courts, among others. While some of these specialists are doctors, researchers and ...
 
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.
 
Father, husband, and teaching professional living with severe depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. I am hoping to create a platform to share my battles and triumphs in regards to my mental illness. In addition I would like to talk about others ideas on treatment and share their stories and have conversations on various topics about mental illness.
 
This podcast offers practical, proven strategies to transition away from binge eating, chronic dieting, and all disordered eating and to either lose weight or stabilize destructive eating patterns. Weekly topics range from how, when and what to eat to the implementation of behavioral tools. This podcast is full of behavioral tools. Consistent listening and dedication will guarantee a new way of thinking about food, eating, body weight, and life.
 
With mental illness, the spouse often gets left with the burdens of the family, and is left very isolated. All the support can go to the spouse with the disorder, when we as the partner, need just as much love, understanding, and support. This podcast is my way of trying to provide a small piece of that, and to share each other's stories and offer helpful advice, support, and community.
 
Charles Linden is the world's leading Anxiety, Panic, Obsessions, Phobias & Depression Recovery Expert. Charles has helped millions of people to recover and is developer of the world's only dedicated and accredited anxiety disorder recovery therapy and educational centre. Charles is an author, TV presenter, radio guest, stress and anxiety recovery consultant and owner of Anxiety Recovery Retreats, The Linden Tree Education Centre and Charles Linden Media.
 
Your health is a puzzle. We help you put the pieces back together. Together, we investigate the root causes of what's going on in your brain and body so you can start to heal. Your unique story matters - so we connect your physical, emotional, and spiritual health and help find your own path to healing anxiety, depression, eating disorders, ADHD, insomnia, chronic fatigue, PMS, and more. Join nutritional therapist Samantha Gilbert as we dive deep into neuroscience, epigenetics, functional an ...
 
The Appetite is a podcast by the founders of Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center in the University District of Seattle, WA. Psychologist Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Marriage and Family Therapist Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD, CD, will meet every other week to discuss all things food, body, movement, and mental health. Learn more about us at www.opalfoodandbody.com.
 
Welcome to the All Fired Up podcast, with your host Louise Adams! Louise is by nature a mild mannered clinical psychologist, but her alter ego – a FIERCE and fearless anti-diet crusader – is taking over! Louise specialises in helping people recover from disordered eating, and she’s COMPLETELY OVER trying to help people when the culture we live in is utterly sick, toxic, and screwed up when it comes to food, exercise, health, and body size. Louise cannot for a second longer take the rampant i ...
 
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Mari Fong interviews guitarist Sean Long of While She Sleeps and Andrea Vassilev of DBSA, San Gabriel Valley. Sean Long share his story and solutions for recovery for anxiety, panic attacks, panic disorder and agoraphobia. While She Sleeps’s single “Nervous” off their new album Sleep Society is based on Sean’s mental health journey and admits the s…
 
As we continue to celebrate Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month, we take a deep dive into the cultural factors that affect perinatal mental health. Today’s guest shares how she’s working to support black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) through the perinatal mental health journey as they transition to parenthood. Divya Kumar is a South A…
 
Jen Ponton possesses seemingly boundless energy: Most known as the fiercely feminist fat activist 'Rubi' on AMC's critical darling Dietland, she is an award-winning actress and body liberation activist. With a television resume that includes 30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Orange is the New Black, Law and Order: SVU, The Blacklist, and Blue Blo…
 
Mari Fong interviews Hannah Hooper of Grouplove and Hallie Lincoln & Hilary Gleason of Backline. Hannah Hooper shares her story of battling stage fright and recovery, while finding self-love and empowerment. Grouplove’s surprise 5th album, This Is This, represents evolving, healing and a way to vent your emotions from the frustrations of the pandem…
 
Katrina Michelle is a psychologist and the founder and director of The Curious Spirit, a transpersonally oriented psychotherapeutic practice that encourages transcendent personal exploration to remedy psychological suffering. She is a holistic psychotherapist currently serving as faculty at Columbia University School of Social Work and The Institut…
 
Everyone will tell you that producing different results and/or FEELING differently (such as feel happier) requires DOING differently. In this podcast , i elaborate on how "DOING DIFFERENTLY" requieres first THINKING DIFFERENTLY/ having a DIFFERENT MINDSET.โดย nashraf
 
We can all draw strength and community from the stories of others. Today’s guest uses her talents in acting, producing, and writing to inform and educate people about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Her overriding messages are that everyone deserves help and support so they don’t feel like she did, isolated and alone. Elizabeth Masucci is an …
 
Do you want to lose weight and change your relationship with food? We're so used to thinking that the ideal body type is thin, but it's not. “Ideal” is outdated. It’s subjective. The world is changing, and we are all waking up to the truth that you are so much more than the body which carries you through life. Yes of course we all want to look a ce…
 
Over the past year, the Clay Center has worked to support even more young people by translating our free, online resources for Spanish-speaking parents and caregivers. In this time, we’ve seen high readership on topics like emotionally supporting kids and teens during COVID-19, the importance of sleep for child mental health, and how to help young …
 
Hannah Zeavin is a leading scholar investigating how mediated communications and technology impact our intimate relations. Her most recent work tackles teletherapy and digital mental health communications, which have seen a boon throughout the pandemic. Zeavin is a Lecturer in the Departments of English and History at the University of California, …
 
The news media are a major source of diet culture BS. Every day there's an apparently "inspirational" story in which diverse bodies are shrunk down to diet culture's version of acceptability. We're literally brainwashed into viewing increasingly disordered, bizarre and downright dangerous behaviours as "#inspirational". Join me and my guest, anti-d…
 
*** Our next psychiatric drug withdrawal town hall discussion will be held on May 14 2021, register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/150023595613 *** This week on the MIA podcast we are providing the audio taken from our recent psychiatric drug withdrawal town hall held in March 2021. This discussion was aired live on March 12, 2021 and the pan…
 
Dr. Katheryn Lauer was my preceptor of my hospice rotation during my fourth year of medical school. We discuss why hospice should be a required course for medical students. Dr. Lauer explains misconceptions around hospice and palliative care, and how we could improve the system as a whole. We chat about physician assisted death, or death with digni…
 
Today’s guest is Dan Housman. He’s the co-founder and CTO of Courage Therapeutics. We met Dan when he came through our first cohort of the What If Fellowship Program. His startup is a biopharma drug development business focused on eating disorders (anorexia nervosa specifically). You can connect with Dan here: LinkedIn, Courage Therapeutics Website…
 
Whether you are a parent or hope to be a parent someday, we all have assumptions about what pregnancy should be like. What we can’t control is how it will go in reality and how we will feel during the process. Today’s show explores how the journey can be navigated when unexpected circumstances creep in and sabotage our well-crafted plans. Leora Roz…
 
Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the world. 2020 CDC statistics estimate that 1 in 54 children in the United States is born with autism spectrum disorder. That's 1 in 37 boys and 1 in 151 girls. And epidemiological studies estimate a global prevalence of 1 in 132 children! What is happening to create this disturbing statist…
 
This episode of “Mad in the Family” discusses the links between nutrition and mental health, and the science that’s showing that diet may help improve or even prevent mental health issues in children and adults. Julie Rucklidge: "Taking a one-a-day gummy bear might prevent you from getting scurvy, but it's not meeting the optimal amount that your b…
 
In our journey toward mindful eating, we usually encounter a form of self-sabotage that says, “Why bother?” This little voice urges us to eat even if we’re not hungry or even if we know it’s too much food or it’s harmful to our body. The voice might also say that the situation’s hopeless or the mountain is too high for us to climb. So how can we na…
 
Coming into April, Autism Awareness Month, we’ve noticed more families coming to our website with questions about high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some are seeking guidance on challenges families face, some wanting to learn more about behaviors stereotypically associated with ASD, and others wondering what happened to the Asperger’s…
 
Anne Guy is a member of the council for evidence-based psychiatry (CEP) and works with the secretariat for the All-party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence. She's the lead editor and author of “Guidance for psychological therapists: enabling conversations with clients taking or withdrawing from prescribed psychiatric drugs.” (an abr…
 
It’s no secret that a lot of us are uncomfortable with the shape and size of our bodies -thanks in no small part to the $72 billion dollar a year weight loss industry devoted to the thin ideal. Even most health care providers will ask patients to drop weight if their BMI is above "average." But why? The Health at Every Size movement - HAES for shor…
 
Mari interviews pop singer-songwriter Gabbie Hanna and Cat Moore, USC Director of Belonging. Gabbie Hanna shares her story and solutions for anxiety, bulimia, depression and more. Growing up in a dysfunctional family and raised by narcissistic parents, Gabbie had a tough time making friends and connecting with others. During a dark, lonely period o…
 
Are you ready for my big announcement? I wrote a book! I’m so excited to tell you all about it in today’s show. The Pregnancy Workbook: Manage Anxiety and Worry with CBT and Mindfulness Techniques is out on May 4, and it’s available for preorder now! The book is written in a relatable tone that will help you feel supported in your pregnancy journey…
 
Sound nutrition and equal education are the birthrights of every child. This is the rallying call that today’s guest Dr. Vaishnavi Sarathy bases her life’s work – confronting the false belief that children with disabilities are incompetent. She rightly believes that when we bring dignity and respect to all children, regardless of their assumed leve…
 
Everyone has been hit hard mentally and emotionally during the pandemic, but there’s growing research to suggest that young adults – that special 18-24 age group – are suffering more than we might think. GenZ and Millennials had already been flagged as possibly the loneliest generation, even before COVID-19. Now many are faced with increased social…
 
Peter Sterling, now retired from the University of Pennsylvania, is a well-known neuroscientist, having co-authored a popular text, Principles of Neural Design. He is a lifelong political activist, and historians of psychiatry may remember his public criticisms of psychiatric treatments in the 1970s, most notably of electroshock and antipsychotics.…
 
Mari interviews Chris Robertson of Black Stone Cherry and Carly Hester of NAMI, Philly and Clinical Social Worker. Chris Robertson shares his story of being manic depressive or bipolar disorder with anxiety and panic attacks along with his solutions for recovery. Having recently dropped their album "The Human Condition," Chris talks about songs lik…
 
Today’s guest is Ali Abramovitz. She is the co-founder of Chorus Meditation and she is here to talk about the work she is doing to make meditation a group activity. In this episode, we will talk about why group meditation is beneficial, how to do it, and what exactly the benefits are. You can connect with Ali here: Linked In, Chorus Website, Facebo…
 
Have you ever built up good eating habits, only to return to old ones later on? It hurts when it happens. You might feel disappointment, frustration, sadness, guilt — but it’s okay to feel these things. They’re all normal emotions to have. It’s also normal to falter occasionally. In this episode, I discuss why we often self-sabotage when changing o…
 
Today’s guest shares her personal story of recurrent pregnancy loss, including early miscarriage and multiple ectopic pregnancies. She shares how her mental and emotional healing journey led to the writing of a book. Kim Hooper is the author of several novels; her latest is No Hiding in Boise, which comes out this June. She and her co-authors wrote…
 
Anxiety, anger, and stress are a normal part of the human experience. But if you find yourself unable to tolerate even the smallest amount of stress without feeling lots of anxiety and anger, you may have a little-known stress disorder known as Pyrrole disorder. Pyrrole disorder (also called Pyroluria) occurs when a biochemical abnormality results …
 
On today’s episode of Shrinking It Down, Gene and Khadijah welcome special guest Dr. Darshan Mehta, Medical Director of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine of Massachusetts General Hospital, to talk about something we could all use more of: Meditation. This past year has brought on new stressors and anxieties for families, on top of t…
 
Bethany Morris is an assistant professor of psychology at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she teaches and does theoretical and qualitative research. Dr. Morris is a transdisciplinary scholar whose work bridges critical psychology, literature, philosophy, history, psychoanalysis, and film studies. Early in her career, at Pri…
 
In our last episode, Dr. Charlynn Small and Dr. Mazella Fuller took us through some of the history and impact of the mental health profession’s relationship with the black community. While that episode helped set the context for today’s conversation, you can also listen to this episode as a stand-alone podcast. Today is all about exploring practica…
 
Mari interviews Grant DeCrane (Pray For Sleep) and Kat Parsons AKA Katharine Petzold (Psychotherapist & Licensed Counselor, Trauma Specialist). Musician and lead singer Grant DeCrane of alternative rock band Pray For Sleep shares his story of sexual trauma, PTSD, depression and anxiety. Grant begins counseling but still experiences panic attacks an…
 
Richard Arroyo, my fellow classmate at PNWU, and I discuss the whirlwind of emotions leading up to match day, the time we finally find out where are next stage of training is. Richard and I are both pursuing psychiatry, and potentially could even end up at the same program. We talk how the supplemental offer and acceptance program (SOAP) requires a…
 
This week on the MIA podcast, we discuss a recent paper that considers the support provided by online support groups when people seek help for psychiatric drug withdrawal. The paper is entitled ‘The role of Facebook groups in the management and raising of awareness of antidepressant withdrawal: is social media filling the void left by health servic…
 
Sean McBride, VP Partnerships at Lyra Health joins us in this episode to talk about Lyra, behavioral health care broadly, and he experience working to reform the healthcare system throughout his career. Sean was the first employee at Lyra Health and shares with us about how the Company has scaled into a unicorn over the last 6 years. Lyra Health is…
 
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