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Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health is the monthly podcast by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Consistent with the spirit of the foundation's work, the podcast captures the human implications of mental health and related issues, bringing you conversations with mental health advocates, researchers, consumers, officials, and others who carry the torch on behalf of mental health and wellness in Texas and beyond. Into the Fold is part of the Texas Podcast Network. Texas Podcast Network ...
 
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Drawing from insights shared at this year’s Young Minds Matter conference, this episode of Into the Fold calls attention to the connection between healing and justice as it relates to youth mental health and well-being. Focusing on the power and agency of young people, as opposed to their vulnerability, our guest Dr. Nia West-Bey, Senior Policy Ana…
 
In some ways, “social determinants” is just another way of saying something that should be obvious: that mental health and well-being is radically tied to place. The histories of places, and how physical space is configured, by whom and for whom, is something that has profound ramifications for mental health and well-being. In particular, access to…
 
According to the World Health Organization, nearly a billion people worldwide have experienced some form of mental illness. This includes an estimated 5% of adults who experience depression, one in seven 10-19-year-olds who have experienced a mental health condition, and suicide being the fourth leading cause of death for young people aged 15-29 ye…
 
The LGBTQIA community has made some tremendous strides in the 21st century. Not only are gay people able to legally marry in the U.S. and many other Western nations, but transgender and nonbinary people have become increasingly visible and accepted among a growing swath of the public. Guides to proper pronoun usage have become increasingly commonpl…
 
Historically, the mental health system, and the conversation surrounding it, has given more value to the expert opinions of providers and clinicians than the experiences of those living with mental health conditions. Today, elevating the visibility of mental health consumers is now commonplace for mental health organizations, institutions, and lead…
 
The teaching of history, like so much else in the present day, has become a political hot button—and The University of Texas at Austin hasn’t been spared. Over the last several months the campus has been roiled by controversies over the names of buildings, the placement of statues, and even the venerable “Eyes of Texas” song. And a largely ginned u…
 
The impact of COVID on children isn't limited to those of school age. For babies who are just beginning to experience the world amid the upheaval of the pandemic, the success that First3Years, a Hogg Foundation grantee, has had in pivoting its operations is a game-changer. The organization works to support the social and emotional development of in…
 
A recent Lancet study estimates that up to 1.5 million children worldwide have lost at least one primary or secondary caregiver as a result of the pandemic. Indeed, orphanhood and grief are an essential part of the story of this pandemic, one whose impact is just beginning to be understood. In this episode we explore the connection between caregive…
 
There is mounting evidence that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) are experiencing more severe COVID-19 outcomes than the general population. In many ways, vaccination is a golden opportunity to address longstanding issues of equity and injustice. Our guest, Dr. Kara Ayers, PhD, is here to help us explore just how true t…
 
At the close of the first session of the Texas legislature to take place during the time of COVID, which had an enormous agenda to cover at breakneck speed, one thing is abundantly clear: meaningful engagement with public policy is challenging work. On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with three people dedicated to amplifying the voices of …
 
The month of May happens to be both Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Mental Health Month. The current period has been one of tragedy, hope and ongoing tension for Asians in the U.S. Since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in early 2020, Asians have been frequently scapegoated as bringers of contagion. More recently, a spate of …
 
It’s well established that children with histories of abuse demonstrate higher levels of depression, conduct disorder, PTSD, impaired social functioning and other problems. This is deeply entangled with how we discipline them. On this special episode of Into the Fold, we are teaming up with fellow member of the Texas Podcast Network, Marc Airhart, …
 
The term “vaccine hesitancy” is all the rage—but does it adequately explain what is going on in the minds of those who are “hesitant” to get the COVID-19 vaccine? By focusing on the hesitancy of individuals, do we risk losing sight of fundamental problems of access, equity, and trust? This episode features two interviews with experts whose work str…
 
It is no longer “news” that the pandemic has devastated the restaurant industry. Here in Austin, dozens of iconic restaurants and venues did not make it through 2020. For the establishments that did survive, workers in the service industry face the daily stress of managing mask and social distancing mandates, dealing with recalcitrant customers, an…
 
On February 14, 2021 the Hogg Foundation and the world lost a champion of mental health, Stephany J. Bryan. Stephany passed away due to complications related to COVID-19, and we at the foundation are deeply feeling this loss. Our dear friend and colleague had a spirit that was larger than life, full of passion, drive, and an unforgettable sense of …
 
In recognition of Women’s History Month, we are reaching into our archives to share a conversation between two history makers: Bert Kruger Smith and Maggie Kuhn. In this 1979 episode of The Human Condition, a radio series produced by the Hogg Foundation that ran from 1971 to 1983 on KUT, the show’s host Bert Kruger Smith interviews Maggie Kuhn, an …
 
Last September, the Hogg Foundation issued a unique statement: a Declaration of Racism as a Mental Health Crisis. Its purpose is to call attention to the link between racial justice and mental health, and to argue that racism undermines our collective health and well-being. More than 200 organizations, including non-profits, cities, and public heal…
 
For twenty-five years, Girls Empowerment Network has been helping young women across Texas discover that they are unstoppable. They have done so by laser-focusing their curriculum on one critical component: building self-efficacy, which is a girl’s belief in her ability to succeed. On this episode of the Into the Fold, we are joined by Vanessa Belt…
 
As we enter 2021, most of us are beyond exhausted. In many ways, these awful circumstances of the last year serve as a reminder of just what a moral pivot point the Black American experience has been and continues to be. To put it simply, everything that is going on isn’t just about the Black American experience, but, in many ways, it is not fully …
 
Nearly one million Texans do not have physical access to broadband at home. Over eighty-nine percent of these disconnected Texans live in rural areas. Broadly, this is a matter of equity and economic participation, both of which bear on overall well-being in our state. This is especially true during this pandemic, where remote work, school, and hea…
 
There is currently a strong push in Texas toward diverting people with mental health conditions away from the criminal justice system and into treatment. This is the good news. The bad news is that the demand for flexible, evidence-based, person-centered mental health treatment far outpaces the supply. The state's forensic system is a case in point…
 
To say that the media has a public trust problem, earned or not, is an understatement. How should we evaluate the media’s coverage of the pandemic, and how can we all become more savvy media consumers? Joining us to help make sense of these questions is Dr. Timothy Caulfield, Professor of Law at University of Alberta, Canada, Research Director of t…
 
Schools have become a flashpoint in the larger debate about how we balance living our lives and keeping ourselves safe during the time of COVID-19. Schools serve as crucial bridge between families, young people, and essential services and community resources. They are also increasingly sites of mental health care. In this episode of Into the Fold w…
 
Substance misuse has long been a pain point on college campuses, and the University of Texas at Austin is no different. This week we talked with an organization that is pushing back against the engrained belief that substance misuse is a “rite of passage” for college students, and instead is offering a holistic model for shifting the conversation a…
 
This week we are joined by Dr. Eric Tang, Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies and Director of the Center for Asian American Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. We discuss COVID-19 and Asian Americans, especially now that the pandemic has brought to the forefront many of our nation’s deep xenophobic biases that harm…
 
In this milestone 100th episode of Into the Fold, we dive into the topic of racism and historical trauma with a panel of experts. We are joined by three former podcast guests: Dr. Christen Smith, an associate professor of African and Diaspora Studies and Anthropology at The University of Texas at Austin; Dr. Ryan Sutton, director of the Heman Sweat…
 
With COVID-19 putting unprecedented stress on our already overburdened systems of support for older people, the need to provide for the mental and physical health of this population has reached a critical level. On this episode of the podcast, we are joined for the second time by licensed clinical social worker Carly Bassett, who specializes in men…
 
May is Children’s Mental Health Month. Today we are talking about COVID-19 and its effect on children, youth, and families. In the state of Texas, schools have been shut down since mid-March. Millions of children and adolescents have been sheltering at home. Just as much as kids have never needed more attention, parents have never needed more of a …
 
It is fashionable to say that coronavirus doesn't discriminate, but this may be misleading. In fact, there is compelling data suggesting that the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting some communities harder than others. A new study conducted by epidemiologists and clinician-researchers from six organizations and universities across the country found that…
 
COVID-19 is the world’s biggest story. It is seriously trying people’s emotional, financial, and even spiritual ability to cope. In this episode of Into the Fold, we are joined by Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt, who has been front and center in coordinating the official response to the pandemic for Travis County, and Carrie Barron, M.D., Direct…
 
This year’s census is extraordinarily for one main reason. It is taking place under the shadow of a public health emergency: coronavirus, which is currently consuming people’s attention here in the U.S. and worldwide. Our two guests, Katie Martin Lightfoot and Ava Graves, join us to discuss Census 2020 in general and in the impact of coronavirus in…
 
For many indigenous Americans, Thanksgiving is not just problematic -- it commemorates genocide, dispossession, forced removal, and cultural erasure. This emotional gauntlet has mental health implications that we will be discussing in this episode. For this discussion, we are joined by Angela Vela-Arce, master's student at the University of Texas a…
 
This episode takes place against the backdrop of Young Minds Matter 2019, a one-day conference held by the Hogg Foundation in Houston, Texas on Oct. 23, 2019. The theme for the event was “Community Connections for Well-being.” We unpack what that phrase means with the help of three powerful, unique voices from the event: Marlon Lizama, a Houston sp…
 
Leading into the 86th Texas Legislative Session, much attention was given to the topics of mental health and safety in schools. Recent tragedies, including the Santa Fe High School shooting, emphasized the need to explore how to best support students, their teachers, and our schools as a whole. Senate Bill 11 (SB11), a major focus of this session, …
 
The troubling issue of youth suicide has emerged as a top-level concern for the community of Brooks County, Texas. Located in far South Texas, Brooks is one of the most underserved regions in the state. Ranked next-to-last out of 242 Texas counties on overall health outcomes by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Brooks County has a 32 percent p…
 
Refugees have a lot to teach us about resilience. Amid all the uncertainty, they work hard to maintain family and community ties, keep up their optimism, and look after their physical and mental health. Our guest for this episode, Dr. Sophia Banu, is a psychiatrist and founder of the Clinic for International Trauma Survivors in Houston, Texas. She …
 
In June, as part of an ongoing effort to support people experiencing homelessness and strengthen conditions that aid well-being and recovery, the Austin City Council voted to decriminalize the act of sitting, laying or camping in public places. The policy, which altered three city ordinances and went into effect the following month, has earned its …
 
July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Amid the growing conversation around men and mental health, there is also an increasing focus on the unique pressures facing men of color in our society. What should the mental health profession be keeping in mind about the well-being of this diverse population? What can these men do to help themselve…
 
In the midst of LGBTQ Pride Month, Shane Whalley, a genderqueer social worker, educator and facilitator in Austin, Texas, joined us to talk about the intersection of mental well-being and gender identity, as shown through the lens of hir own lived experience.Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and allied (LGBTQIA) people have seen …
 
With record numbers of Americans now living to age 90 and beyond, the mental health, in addition to the physical health, of this population needs our focus. Even if an older adult makes monthly trips to their primary care provider, cases of depression and anxiety might be misdiagnosed or disregarded altogether due to age-based biases. In an older p…
 
For the 80th episode of our Into the Fold podcast, we are sharing key takeaways from last month’s Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar, which took place in Bastrop, Texas. For one special day, people from across Texas, from all walks of life and professions, converged to learn together and share inspiration around the timely theme of “Working Together for…
 
May is Children’s Mental Health Month. For children to thrive and be healthy, it’s important to provide supports for every aspect of child development—to nurture their environments and relationships as much as the children themselves. Maternal mental health has emerged as an important area of forward-thinking policy and person-centered practice tha…
 
A crucial part of mental health and substance use recovery is giving people the ability to live independently in the community. The availability of safe, stable, affordable housing is a vital index of community well-being, and an important point of focus for policy. For those with mental health and substance use conditions, living on one’s own with…
 
The Hogg Foundation seeks to broaden the conversation around mental health to include the perspectives of mental health consumers, defined as people with lived experience of mental health issues who have often been poorly served by the mental health system. To reinforce this commitment, a little over a decade ago the foundation hired its first two …
 
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