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Best podcasts about Mental Health Awareness Month

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Latest podcast episodes about Mental Health Awareness Month

Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
Fitness with Liezel V: Health & Fitness: Lifestyle Psychiatry, Mental Health, and physical wellness

Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 5:44


Guest: Liezel van der Westhuizen October was Mental Health Awareness Month, and our resident fitness enthusiast Liezel van der Westhuizen is continuing to prioritize health with a discussion on the benefits of Lifestyle Psychiatry. Tune in for insights on Mental Health, details on a beneficial free event you can join in on from home, as well as tips to improve your overall wellness. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Empower World: The Coaching and Leadership Podcast
Ep. 171 - It's Mental Health Awareness Month: Shining The Light On Women's Mental Health

Empower World: The Coaching and Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 32:59


Mental health awareness is increasing - and perhaps there is still much more to do to shine light on women's health issues such as infertility, miscarriage and menopause. Michelle Arscott and Karenna Wood - both award winning coaches, share some of their experiences and expertise in some of these areas that are often hidden and not spoken about in support of creating more awareness and how to get support.

Benefits Executive Roundtable
S3E7 - COVID's Impact on Kids With Autism; The Path Out of the Pandemic

Benefits Executive Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 52:09


Host Dorothy Cociu interviews Ruth Tello-Di Leva, MS, BCBA, on the affects of COVID on kids with Autism. In Part 2 of our 2-part series for Mental Health Awareness Month, we discuss the way external factors, such as a pandemic, affect kids with autism. We dive into the stress, the anxiety, and the little things that make lives better during such unprecedented times. How did these kids deal with the loss of routines and changes during 2020-2021? Have the availability of vaccines and the return to school helped? Ruth also provides helpful tips for parents and kids during these times. Join us for this heart-warming podcast. Part 2 of a 2-part series #anxiety #autism changes #COVID #Dorothy Cociu #helpful tips #kids #Mental Health Awareness Month #pandemic #parents #return to school #routines #Ruth Tello-Di Leva #stress #vaccines

Habitology - Success Habits Made Easy
E#163 Early Warning Signs of Mental Health Decline

Habitology - Success Habits Made Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 10:02


In October, Mental Health Awareness Month, I am in the thick of Mental Health First Aid training. If you haven't heard of this, it's a fabulous course that equips you with some basic skills to more easily identify and directly help people who are struggling with mental health. In celebration of this important month, I decided to share some of the common early warning signs of mental health decline.

Adultconvos with Blu
Episode#80: It's our Anniversary + Discussing Mental Health Awareness Month

Adultconvos with Blu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 15:46


Welcome back for another week of listening to your favorite Goddess. Three Years and counting. Help get the podcast noticed by liking, leaving a review and subscribing. Follow the adultconvosbyblu socials http://patreon.com/bluriddley http://twitter.com/bluriddley http://twitter.com/adltconvosbyblu www.instagram.com/adultconvoswithblu --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blue-riddley/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blue-riddley/support

Benefits Executive Roundtable
S3E6 – How Covid Has Amplified the Negative Impacts of Mental Health & Behavioral Health

Benefits Executive Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 45:19


Host Dorothy Cociu interviews experts from Hines & Associates, a Utilization Management & Case Management firm, who discuss the negative impacts COVID has had on mental and behavioral health. Included in this discussion are Anna Hansen, Senior Vice President, Client Solutions & Retention, Suzanne Casel, RN, PMH-BC, Director of Behavioral Health & Wellness, and Karla Weiner, RN, CCM, AATMC, Director of Medical Case Management Operations. We discuss the differences between gender, race or urbanization, the social and economic neglect of mental health care, the types of disorders, and how things like stress, anxiety and depression can lead to more serious situations, including suicide. In addition, we discuss how employees suffering from mental or behavioral health conditions can contribute to a lack of productivity and absenteeism in the workplace, and what can be done to improve outcomes. Please join us for this impactful podcast during Mental Health Awareness Month. Part 1 of a 2-part series.

The Get Up Girl
What does it mean to CLEAR?

The Get Up Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 15:31


You clear your desk. You clear your kitchen. You clear your closet. What if we cleared ourselves? What does it mean to CLEAR? For the past 3 days I have been so exhausted to the point where I could fall asleep standing up. What is that? I got back up after clearing it. In this episode, I explain what it means to clear something from your life. Our bodies act like radio towers and are picking up thoughts, feelings and emotions all the time. We are infinite beings with infinite knowing. Consciousness is a choice and when we're living in tru consciousness, we are one with life. When we're living in pure, positive energy, we function from total perceiving, knowing, being and receiving. It's when we have the ability to transcend our limited circumstances and actualize unlimited possibilities. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating  and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox.Let's Connect:The Get Up GirlInstagramFacebookMonthly online fitness academy

Afternoons with Pippa Hudson
On the couch: Artist Samurai Farai

Afternoons with Pippa Hudson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 13:41


October is Mental Health Awareness Month, and today I want to catch up with a young local artist who is using his own experience of mental health struggles, to try and help others. His name is Farai Engelbrecht, and he goes by the artist's moniker of Samurai Farai.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jodie & Soda
FULL SHOW: Friday, October 8, 2021

Jodie & Soda

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 23:52


On today's show … Soda's son has asked the big question – where do babies come from? … and he doesn't know how to answer. So we looked to Adelaide for help; Erin tells us her sister has had the same problem this week, with her nephew accusing her of being a liar after his latest lesson in sex education at school; Erin & Soda help a local business get back on track after a tough couple of months in the first round of Erin & Soda's Getting Back To Small Business with Lumo SA. They each wrote an ad for Toucan Pet Store … who's ad will win and get played on Mix?; and Mental Health Commissioner John Mannion joins the show to talk about his work with Breakthrough SA, and we set a new goal to offer Mental Health First Aid to help mark Mental Health Awareness Month.

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley
Ep. 78: Mental Health Awareness Month - TIP#6 - YOUR GO-TO TOOLKIT

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 2:10


You already know what works to put you into a better frame of mind. Do more of that. And if you can't find motivation, override it and take opposite action. * Don't feel like walking? Go anyway. * Not in the mood to talk to anyone? Call a friend. * Feeling miserable? Watch a movie that always makes you laugh. You get the idea. You know what works for you. It's just that sometimes we just can't be arsed, right? Decide. Then do. Best wishes, Tess x p.s. If you need help with your mental health, my team at The Crawley Clinic (Melbourne and Launceston) can help - www.thecrawleyclinic.com.au - as can our colleagues at Crawley House - www.crawleyhouse.com.au

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2214: Hyla Cass M.D. ~ Mental Health Awareness Month. Natural Approaches to Treat Anxiety, BiPolar Depression - Pt 1

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 31:41


Dr. Oz, E! Entertainment It's National Mental Health Awareness MonthThe Segment is for Educational Purposes, Always Consult Your Physician About this Information so it Can be Determined If it is Right for You.Nationally acclaimed innovator and expert in the fields of integrative medicine, psychiatry, and addiction recovery, Dr. Cass helps individuals to take charge of their health. One area is in withdrawing from both psychiatric medication and substances of abuse with the aid of natural supplements. Dr. Cass appears often as a guest on national radio and television, including The Dr. Oz Show, E! Entertainment, and The View, and in national print media. She has been quoted in many national magazines, blogs for the Huffington Post, and is the author of several best-selling books including: Natural Highs, 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health, Supplement your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Nutrition, and her ebook, The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free. She has created her own line of innovative nutritional supplements. A member of the Medical Advisory Board of the Health Sciences Institute and Taste for Life Magazine, she is also Associate Editor of Total Health Magazine, she has served on the boards of California Citizens for Health and the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). A native of Toronto, she graduated from the University of Toronto School of Medicine, interned at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, and completed a psychiatric residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center/UCLA. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), and of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM).2021 All Rights Reserved © 2021 Building Abundant Success!! Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBAS Spot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23ba

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley
Ep. 77: Mental Health Awareness Month - Tip#5 - TIME BANDITS

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 7:54


One of the main stressors in modern life is not having enough hours in the day. Trying to juggle working from home and remote learning for those of us in lockdown magnifies the problem. It stirs up the background noise of stress around getting things done at all (let alone on time). How's your email inbox looking? What about your bills? How are you juggling remote schooling? I find the biggest time bandits in my day are common to most people: * Distraction (including constant interruptions) * Procrastination (including social media) * Perfectionism (not getting anything finished unless it's “good enough”, or not starting because it “can't” be good enough) * Overwhelm (too much to do, no idea where to start) What to do? Use apps to simplify your day AND remove any apps from your line of sight that will interrupt your flow * Electronic shopping lists * Voice messaging and voice-to-text apps * “Hide” interrupting apps (social media, email, etc) off the front page of your phone (in a folder is best) … even better, remove them from your phone completely if you're brave * Use Google plug-ins like the Facebook “newsfeed eradicator” so you can't doom scroll when you're working * Pomodoro apps like “Focus” to keep you focused (cos there's nothing like a deadline, right!) Structure your week into blocks so you can be focussed on certain things on certain days (this is my absolute sanity saver). Make sure you add uninterruptible time. I have a day each week where nothing is allowed to be booked in, so I'm free to think, plan, focus, or even (gasp) take a day off. Take control of your time in simple ways to feel organised and less overwhelmed. This will help you balance your time at work and at home … even in lockdown! Best wishes, Tess x p.s. If you need help with your mental health, my team at The Crawley Clinic (Melbourne and Launceston) can help - www.thecrawleyclinic.com.au - as can our colleagues at Crawley House - www.crawleyhouse.com.au

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley
Ep. 76: Mental Health Awareness Month - Tip#4 - FATIGUE

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 6:42


“Why am I so tired all the time?” This is a question I hear all the time at the moment … and one I often ask myself! You might have seen media articles talking about ‘fatigue' and ‘languishing', but what's it all about? And why can't we just “pick ourselves up by the bootstraps” and soldier on like we used to? Well, let's stop for a minute and think about all the things we've been dealing with for the past couple of years … and don't forget to include the 2019 bushfires. We've not had a break since. * Bushfires * National lockdown * Work from home * Remote Learning * Closed borders * Lack of proper holidays * Rolling lockdowns * Vaccine rollout * Delta * Inability to plan * Protests * Interrupted education * Earthquake * Interrupted goals * Uncertainty about the future Think of your coping resources as being like water in a bucket … the impact of even one of the things we've had to deal with over the past two years will poke a hole in the bottom of that bucket. Now imagine that before you have the ability to repair that hole and refill your coping bucket, each of the other stressors from the past two years starts poking holes in your bucket. What happens to your coping resources? They run out of course! And this is the key with the fatigue we're all feeling. We've not had the opportunity to stop the holes being poked in our coping bucket, let alone repair the damage and fill that bucket back up! We're at risk of burnout on a grand scale. What do we do about that? * Take mini-breaks each day * Get fresh air when you can * Focus on the things within your control and let go of the things you have no influence over * SELF-COMPASSION big time - you're doing your best * Pick your battles * Get professional help if you need it AND don't forget a medical check up (I know from personal experience that this fatigue is NOT helped by low iron levels!) Be kind to yourself and remember … Rest IS doing something. Best wishes, Tess x p.s. If you need help with your mental health, my team at The Crawley Clinic (Melbourne and Launceston) can help - www.thecrawleyclinic.com.au - as can our colleagues at Crawley House - www.crawleyhouse.com.au

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்
How to identify someone's addiction? - உங்களுக்கு நெருங்கியவர் ஒருவர் எதற்காவது அடிமையானதை அடையாளம் காண்பது எப்படி?

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 13:19


October is Mental Health Awareness Month. - அக்டோபர் மாதம், மனநல விழிப்புணர்வு மாதம்.

The Tragedy Academy
Special Guest: Ryan Cooper - F@#% It. Why Not Me.

The Tragedy Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 33:07


Summary:Today on The Tragedy Academy, I welcome Ryan Cooper, entrepreneur and author of the book Fuck It: Why Not Me. In this episode, Ryan wears his heart on his sleeve, walks us through the inspiration behind writing his book, and shares his experience growing up with a bipolar mother and later diagnosed with the same mental illness. Ryan's story is one of adversity and anguish yet, through perseverance, he can come out the other side full of gratitude and triumph. Key Points:

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley
Ep. 75: Mental Health Awareness Month Tip#3 - NORMALISE & VALIDATE

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 7:04


We all need to feel seen and heard, especially when times are tough. We need to know that when we're struggling, others see our pain. This provides validation that what we are experiencing is real. We also need to know that our reaction to difficult times is not “crazy”, but a normal response that anyone in the same situation would also experience. This helps normalise our response and take some of the self-judgement out of the equation. As mental health professionals normalising and validating peoples emotional experiences is a common aspect to our work with clients. It's not a ‘treatment' but an important element to laying the foundations for treatment to be effective, because it helps build trust. A fundamental component of the therapeutic relationship. What if you can't someone who'll provide that normalisation or validation for you? Then it's time to take a step back and provide that for yourself. How? It involves a big dollop of self-compassion, and consciously tapping into viewing your situation through the eyes of others (not in a critical way, but in a more objective way) … How would your favourite teacher, best friend, respected colleague feel if they were in your shoes? How long is the list of things you're trying to juggle right now? Would you expect others to be able to juggle that load without dropping any balls? Normalise your feelings by gently reminding yourself that others experience what you're going through and need help too … Do NOT minimise the impact on yourself just because “others have it tougher”. Remember, it's all relative. Validate your feelings by gently reminding yourself that it's okay to feel stressed in stressful time, or sad about sad things, or anxious during times of uncertainty. Be gentle with yourself. These are abnormal times, and big feelings are to be expected. And of course … it's normal to need help with overwhelming feelings too. Take care, Tess x p.s. If you need help with your mental health, my team at The Crawley Clinic (Melbourne and Launceston) can help - www.thecrawleyclinic.com.au - as can our colleagues at Crawley House - www.crawleyhouse.com.au

SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන
How to start practicing Mindfulness? Some tips in this Mental Health Awareness month - සතිමත්භාවය ඔබේ ජීවිතයට ලං කර ගැනීමට මේ මානසික සෞඛ්‍ය පිළිබද කත

SBS Sinhala - SBS සිංහල වැඩසටහන

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 10:46


A discussion with Psychiatrist in Sydney Dr. Padmini Howpage about Mindfulness. - සතිමත්භාවය (mindfulness) ඔබේ ජීවිතයට හුරු කිරීමේ ක්‍රම පිලිබදව සිඩ්නි නුවර මනෝ වෛද්‍ය පද්මිණි හව්පගේ මහත්මිය සමග SBS සිංහල සිදු කල සාකච්චාවට සවන් දෙන්න.

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley
Ep. 74: Mental Health Awareness Month TIP#2 - RESET & REFRESH

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 8:11


One of the easiest things we can do to improve the moment we are in (which can have the added benefit of refreshing our mood) is to grab a reset minute. What's that? Something super simple that creates a pattern-interrupt when you're in a bit of a mood fug. Even something as simple as changing your posture or vocalising can do it. * If you've been sitting at your desk and feel your forehead stuck in a frown, stand up and give yourself a bit of a shake. It will reset you physically and refresh you mentally. * The same with vocalising - Been working silently for a while? Sing. Or yell. Or just speak out loud. On a technical level changing our posture or vocalising activates different part of the brain than when we've been sitting silently in a fug. Two of my favourites are super simple: * Kylie Minogue (or any dance-inducing music) plus dancing like a lunatic * Singing like an opera singer on steroids … ANY song that comes to mind I will turn into an aria. Van Halen? Yep. Due Lipa? Sure. * Both of these work on two fronts: Posture shift and Vocalising PLUS both make my family laugh (which ALWAYS improves my mood) My top tip for reseting and refreshing if you can't be a complete lunatic - and this is one I frequently encourage my clients to do: * Sit in a sunny spot (in your lounge room, in your garden, doesn't matter where) and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee (etc) This involves a posture shift (you've moved from wherever you were), a dose of Vitamin D from the sun (and some fresh air if you're outside), and another great mindfulness trip - savouring the moment. So, when you find yourself stuck in a mood you don't want, or in a work-from-home fug, try these little reset and refresh hacks to shake the cobwebs loose and push your mood closer to the direction you'd like it to be in. Remember, you can choose your mood, but sometimes you need to pull out the big guns. This is a good one. Now excuse me while I finish my coffee in the sun. Have a great day! Tess x p.s. If you need help with your mental health, my team at The Crawley Clinic (Melbourne and Launceston) can help - www.thecrawleyclinic.com.au - as can our colleagues at Crawley House - www.crawleyhouse.com.au

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley
Ep. 73: Mental Health Awareness Month TIP#1 - GROUNDING

Finding Proof with Dr Tess Crawley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 5:30


October is mental health awareness month. I've decided to bring some of my top tips for maintaining good mental health. A bit like cleaning your teeth to avoid decay, there are little things we can do each day to reset, refresh, and manage our moods. Today's tip is GROUNDING … What does this mean? If we think of how our emotions have the occasional potential to spiral out of control, escalating higher and higher into the stratosphere, it can be really helpful to know how to head off that process and keep your mods grounded on planet earth. There are many ways to achieve this, and I'll talk about some of them in more detail in coming days, but simple things like calm breathing techniques, mindfulness, and distraction can all help. Grounding is often one of the first strategies I teach my therapy clients, because it is just SO useful in so many settings. Have a wonderful day today, Tess x p.s. If you need help with your mental health, my team at The Crawley Clinic (Melbourne and Launceston) can help - www.thecrawleyclinic.com.au - as can our colleagues at Crawley House - www.crawleyhouse.com.au

Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine
Suicide Amongst Neurologic Patients An Ever-Increasing Concern

Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 9:40


Patients with chronic disease, including neurologic patients can often have suicidal thoughts and ideation. This week as we observe National Mental Health Awareness Month and Suicide Prevention Month, Dr. Greg talks with Lisa Koehl, UK Assistant Professor of Neurology, about signs and symptoms to look for, as well as eliminating the stigma of mental illness. The national suicide prevention hotline is 800-273-TALK.

The Shameless Mom Academy
582: How I Manage Anxiety #everydamnday

The Shameless Mom Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 28:13


Last May, as we approached the end of Mental Health Awareness Month, I decided to share my own story around mental health and, specifically, around my diagnoses of PTSD and General Anxiety Disorder.  I heard from so many of you who could relate to my story.  A large number of those of you who reached out to say “me too” also shared that you struggled with the same diagnoses.  Given this feedback, I thought it might be helpful to share what treatment/management modalities have helped me the most since being diagnosed. Overall, my diagnoses have given me so much clarity.  They have solidified who I am in so many ways.  I really understand why my brain works the way it does and how I can use this in my favor.  This has been such a huge relief.   As I share some of my tools in this episode, I cover everything from medication to exercise to calendar management to my precious morning coffee routine.  Whether or not you share my diagnoses, I think you'll find some of these tools essential to managing your mental health as we continue to navigate the state of the world. If you have any feedback or need any support, please reach out.  I would be honored to be a part of your healing journey. Links Mentioned: Join our free Hope, Happiness and Mental Health Challenge SMA Ep 544: My Mental Health Diagnosis

The Tragedy Academy
Special Guest: Singer/Songwriter Zain Aftersound

The Tragedy Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 50:42


Summary:In today's episode of The Tragedy Academy, Jay welcomes singer, songwriter, musician, and producer Zain of Aftersound. Zain gives us a peek into the mind of a musician and shares his perspective behind the music he creates. We learn of the possibilities that lie behind your hesitation and the rewards that come with it.    Key Points:

Best Served
BSP337: Meet the Team w/ Sophie Braker - Tell Your Best Story Ep#9

Best Served

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 27:31


BSP337: Meet the Team w/ Sophie Braker - Tell Your Best Story Ep#9 In this episode of Meet the Team Tell Your Best Story, Jensen speaks to Sophie Braker, Best Served Together Trailblazer, about the preparation for Mental Health Awareness Month, how they learned from the early episodes, and how Sophie got her internship with Best Served.

Black Girl Creative: Reignite Your Artistic Dreams and Make Them a Reality for Creative Black Women
Build an Emergency Depression Self Care Kit | Self Care for Black Women, Black Woman Depression, How to Care for a Black Woman for Depression, Mental Health Awareness Month, Black Woman Mental Health

Black Girl Creative: Reignite Your Artistic Dreams and Make Them a Reality for Creative Black Women

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 26:30


Dear Black Girl Creative, I recorded this episode For October: Depression Awareness Month and we're going to talk about building your Depression Self Care Emergency Kit. I know that Depression is a tough topic to talk about and it isn't fun at all. But so many people struggle with this mental illness and are looking for a little help, encouragement and even tips on how to better relate to people dealing with Depression. For the remainder of the month, we'll be diving into Depression from my limited perspective and experience as someone who is diagnosed with major depressive disorder. Recommendations: Feel Good Morning Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0CpWKpQqd6j4LbLMfDfida?si=jMI7GIHKRAqJUHvj8jklXw Therapy for Black Girls: https://www.therapyforblackgirls.com/ #YouGoodMan?: https://soundcloud.com/user-251557601 Follow me on YouTube for more: https://www.youtube.com/user/AleciaRenece Love and Joy, Alecia ***Black Girl Creative Toolkit: https://mailchi.mp/c0e2cb842069/black-girl-creative-toolkit-may21 * Black Girl Manifesto: A Love Letter to Black Women Creators, Dreamers and Makers: https://mailchi.mp/3654233b84c2/black-girl-creative-manifesto Support it on Blurb: https://www.blurb.com/b/10518685-black-girl-creative-manifesto Support it on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TG29VYD/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_F1E6DB4K9PGXSNH0GGDS?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 ----------------------------------------- Follow Me On Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/aleciarenece Join Our Free Black Girl Creative Membership: https://black-girl-creative-collective.mn.co/ My Gift To You: 7 Day Love Letter and Encouragement Here: https://mailchi.mp/8fe163cbcd28/black-girl-creative-podcast-love-letter Let's Be Friends: Send Me a Voice Mail: ‪(240) 343-5735‬ https://www.aleciarenece.com IG: Alecia Renece Email: alecia.renece@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AleciaRenece Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AleciaRenece --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefreeblackwoman/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefreeblackwoman/support

Freedom Train Presents:The Freedom Train Podcast
Slavery, Racism, and Psychological Trauma

Freedom Train Presents:The Freedom Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021


Thank you for Listening Please Share This last week of our Mental Health Awareness Month, Joe and Pat breakdown Slavery, Racism, & Psychological Trauma. Many people wonder why black people in America are in the unique position of being a people who are powerful and capable of creating their own destiny, can still be negatively affected by slavery in 2021? African people were kidnapped and terrorized by Europeans for over 500 years, sustaining constant physical, psychological, e [...]

グローバル視点で考えよう
128 - アスリートから学ぶメンタルヘルスの大切さ

グローバル視点で考えよう

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 22:22


オリンピックも無事に終わり、盛り上がった17日間のなりました。その中でも注目されていたのが、アメリカの体操選手シモン バイルズがメンタルヘルスを理由に辞退した件。アスリートは体だけでなく心の健康も大切とSNSでも発信していました。大坂なおみ選手もグランドスラムの会見をメンタルヘルスを理由に拒否して話題を呼びました。本日はスポーツ選手から学ぶメンタルヘルス、バーンアウト「燃え尽き症候群」について。私たちができるバーンアウト「燃え尽き症候群」の対策とは? メンタルヘルスに関する過去のエピソード 120 - ストレスとの向き合い方 https://open.spotify.com/episode/1aQk1RyqwyPG1FpIm9n6Ak?si=_Nq8SXO6Qd2K4zlnJ7HNaw&dl_branch=1 94 - マインドフルネスの効果 https://open.spotify.com/episode/2XM3dUzz5FSuC9HagFeXmf?si=rWY4nocGT96zTD8zLC7brw&dl_branch=1 84 - マインドフルネス https://open.spotify.com/episode/21u4nn2W7GLK0FD3Zx4o5A?si=_ZveAP_TTLSuDB6skaRMQA&dl_branch=1 75 - 心の健康 ~Mental Health Awareness Month~ https://open.spotify.com/episode/2OGX84zGAdU0t99KwfXokP?si=Px5S7WhZSPWH4c-DYoEbGg&dl_branch=1 ----------------------------------------- 【UNO TO SANO LAB

Freedom Train Presents:The Freedom Train Podcast

Thank you for Listening Please Share Remember, August is Mental Health Awareness Month for the Freedom Train Network. We will be dedicating this month's podcasts to raising more awareness about mental health in the black community. This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick continue their discussions about mental health in the black community. This show focused on the recent mental health events surrounding Sha'Carri Richardson, Simone Biles, and Naomi O [...]

Freedom Train Presents:The Freedom Train Podcast
Mental Health vs 18 Months of Chaos

Freedom Train Presents:The Freedom Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021


Thank you for Listening Please Share It is August, and that means it is our Mental Health Awareness Month. This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joe and Pat talk about 18 months of chaos, and how the pandemic is weighing on the mental health of the nation and our communities. According to the NHS Early Release Program and the U.S. Census Bureau, anxiety and depression disorder has increased by 30% in America since June 2019. The pandemic, the loss of jobs, social and polit [...]

The Caleb Jackson Podcast
Episode 112: Trim the Fat

The Caleb Jackson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 20:59


July is Mental Health Awareness Month

Unpacked the Podcast
Recap Episode: Breaking the Stigma Part 2 Signs, Symptoms, Coping W/ Dayna Slade | Episode 56

Unpacked the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 64:29


Although it's no longer mental health month, mental health is still something that needs to be addressed and not attacked. So this week we're gonna run back episode 47 Breaking the Stigma Part 2 Signs, Symptoms, Coping with the wonderful Dayna Slade! - In this episode, we talk to Di's sister mental health professional Dayna Slade about how to recognize our own signs, symptoms, and coping skills for Mental Health Awareness Month.  We all get transparent with our personal stories, from stress eating to eye twitches and we break the stigma by talking about our own experiences. We will unpack: Daily routines to help you deal with stress, anxiety, and depressions.  The signs of stress including teeth grinding, high blood pressure, eye twitching, and stomach upset.  The signs of depression including lack of motivation, sleep disturbance, decreased patients, and constant crying spells. As well as symptoms of over motivation, no sleep, and overeating. The signs of anxiety including shortness of breath, racing heart, sweaty palms, hypersensitivity to sound, light, and movement.  Exercises you can do with your five senses to ground yourself right now. 4-7-8 breathing technique Come unpack with us and help us break the stigma. Be sure to look into findyourwords.org to help you with suicide prevention, how to speak to your doctor about your mental health assessments about depression, and how to talk to your kids about mental health Don't suffer alone. We love hearing from you. Contact us with your Am I the Butthole?/Advice questions, give us your feedback and tell us if there is anything you want to hear: unpackedthepod@gmail.com. We are happy to have added a resource page for this episode, if you need help, please we implore you to reach out. You can find us wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts including,  Apple Podcasts,  Google Podcasts,  Stitcher,  Podbean,  iHeartRadio, Spotify, subscribe, rate, review, and be sure to share this podcast!

The Tragedy Academy
Special Guest - Christine Twyman

The Tragedy Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 64:20


Summary: In today's episodes of The Tragedy Academy, Jay welcomes actress and director Christine Twyman. Chrissy breaks down the concept of trauma and presents a method of healing by art. Christine advocates that through art, we can create a space for trauma intervention.Key Points: Advocating for trauma intervention via artWorking with people who are only interested in the monetaryUnderstanding traumaIntegrating with your traumaRecognizing that it's not our parent's faultMen are oppressing themselvesEpisode Highlights:[00:00:31] Introduction to Christine Twyman    [00:03:04] Jay introduces Christine's goal of advocating for trauma intervention via art. She describes this as a society, and there are several issues the prevent people from getting trauma intervention, and one way to receive these interventions is through art. Why? Because art is one of the few things that can connect everyone in some way.  [00:06:36] Christine admits filming is a strange medium to create in because it is one of the few spaces where business and politics interject. Unfortunately, it's almost impossible to separate them.[00:08:19] Christine makes it known the intent for someone to make art solely for money does not bother her if only they allow her to do what needs to get done.[00:12:12] Christine and Jay give their interpretation of ego. Where ego is more of a persona and how people perceive things.[00:14:04] Christine portrays that we are all traumatized children and confesses that she has grown more as an actor by understanding other people as she learns about herself while she unpacks her life.[00:17:32] Christine confesses her love for writing, even more than acting. Writing is the most exciting thing to do; it releases parts inside of you didn't even know you had.[00:22:11] Christine brings up the topic of violence in mass manipulation. From a young age, both women and men are conditioned to fall into specific gender roles, and if they dare to venture outside of that, there will be repercussions.[00:24:45] Christine tells us the critical role of past traumas how the goal is not to forget about your past but to make amends with it. It's a matter of integrating, not removing. She also shares the many pieces of herself she's learned from unpacking her mental illness.[00:26:57] Christine recognizes that it's not our parents' fault for how they raised us. The generational gap is normal, and it is our duty to create a better world for future generations by bridging those gaps.  [00:31:19] Christine breaks down the types of violence in life; 1st violence is physical abuse, and 2nd violence is psychological and emotional. People do not usually quantify emotional violence as violence.[00:33:24] Jay details his life growing up in a disenfranchised area of the south, where people blamed their struggles on each other when they should be blaming the system. Christine labels this as crabs in a barrel.[00:36:00] Christine and Jay agree on the notion that men are oppressing themselves. Men learn that they are not allowed to feel what makes them human. Christine states that to oppress the female class, men have to believe that there's something wrong with them at all. [00:39:34] Christine and Jay discuss the animosity we create within ourselves and how to identify microaggressions, referencing White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.[00:44:05] Jay gives an anecdote when he passed judgment on a friend who just had his tooth chipped.[00:46:20] Christine gives us a quick rundown of commedia dell'arte, aka SNL 1.0.[00:50:30] Christine and Jay agree on art being a part of evolution. It's a tale as old as time; it's something we need. It creates connections and serves as an outlet for the ego.[00:54:47] Christine and Jay reflect angry pieces of art and what it means to make something with which you disagree.  [01:01:44] OutroSources Mentioned:-     White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo Instagram | @outta_my _skin 

Talk Healthy Today
What Modern Science Has to Say About Well-Being & How YOU Can Learn Skills to Improve Yours!

Talk Healthy Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 37:57


After a year of secluding ourselves due to COVID-19, many are getting vaccinated and reconnecting to the world. The free app, Healthy Minds Program, has released a new meditation dedicated to entering a new phase as the world heals and returns to a sense of normalcy. The meditation in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month which was in May is by Dr. Cortland Dahl who joins Lisa to talk about well being, meditation, and the HealthyMinds Program App and more! Well-being is a skill - What modern science has to say about well-being and how it can be learned. The most current research suggests that the brain is constantly changing in response to experience. This insight, known in neuroscience as neuroplasticity, suggests that we can train our minds, and even rewire our brains, to be more resilient, more focused, and even to feel more connected with other people and our most deeply held values. Dr. Cortland Dahl and other scientists at the Center for Healthy Minds have developed a new scientific framework that helps us understand how this might actually happen. Their framework focuses on four core pillars of well-being - awareness, connection, insight, and purpose - and shows how in just minutes a day we can strengthen these pillars and improve our well-being. Dr. Cortland Dahl is a scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Center for Healthy Minds and the Chief Contemplative Officer at the center's affiliated non-profit, Healthy Minds Innovations. He has a varied career, which includes nearly a decade spent living in Tibetan refugee settlements in India and Nepal, translating ancient meditation manuals from Tibetan into English, and the founding of a global network of meditation centers. In his work as a scientist, he has been at the forefront of the current research on meditation and well-being, including the creation of a groundbreaking scientific model of well-being recently published in the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. He has published numerous other scientific works, as well as twelve books of translations, and leads meditation retreats and workshops on the science of well-being around the world. HealthyMinds Innovations (HMI) created this app to help calm your anxiety surrounding everyday personal or professional stresses, including COVID-19. Did you know the mind can be trained to be more focused, calm, and resilient? The HealthyMinds Program App teaches you how to accomplish this through meditation training. It's available for anyone to use as a day-to-day tool navigating life in school, the workplace, or even relationships with friends, family or significant others. In the App you can choose from traditional sitting meditations or active on-the-go meditations when you're walking, taking the subway, or even driving - plus you can choose how much time you have, from 5 - 30 minutes. There are also meditations for dealing with specific stresses like COVID-19, working remotely, or going back to school. The Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and their non-profit, HMI, are both led by Neuroscientist Dr. Richard Davidson. He's spent years researching the science of well being. Dr. Cortland Dahl joined his team and used his PHD thesis to create a framework of four pillars to scientifically train the mind; called ACIP (Awareness, Connection, Insight, Purpose) which the app is centered around. He is also the voice of the app! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What's Underneath with StyleLikeU
We Never Knew We Were Pregnant: How Queer Couple Syd & August Found Purpose In Surprise Parenthood

What's Underneath with StyleLikeU

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 60:58


Watch Syd and August's Full Video Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j43r8PbDmqA&t=42s&ab_channel=StyleLikeUAbout StyleLikeUIf you agree that facades separate us and being radically honest brings us together, please take a moment to subscribe to our channel and share this video with any friends or family who could benefit from feeling less alone in their journeys with mental health. Don't forget to click the bell so you're aware of every time we upload a new episode.New Episodes drop Thursdays! Follow Augusthttps://www.instagram.com/augustsinsta/Follow Sydhttps://www.instagram.com/3xeyes/FOLLOW STYLELIKEU:Join the movement on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3sa8MxwInstagram: https://bit.ly/3q32JsZFacebook: https://bit.ly/3bl0LA7Newsletter: https://bit.ly/35nTMCC Spring Health is breaking barriers to mental health by working with employers to give employees fast and easy access to the right care, at the right time. In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, together with Spring Health, we are creating opportunities for YOU to share your mental health journeys online and ‘in person' at our virtual ‘What's Underneath: Collective Therapy' summit in June. Follow @stylelikeu and @springhealth on Instagram for more details and announcements on how you can participate and share in the healing power of vulnerability, truth-sharing, and the unshakable bravery to be yourself.

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Rachel Baiman

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 44:40


We had the pleasure of interviewing Rachel Baiman over Zoom video! In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month this May, indie-folk artist Rachel Baiman spoke with Good Morning America about why she turns to music and art when her mental health is suffering and the five songs that make her feel better, here: instagram.com/p/CPIe_Y5LlaC On her forthcoming ‘Cycles' album (6.11 via Signature Sounds), Baiman dissects and empathizes with the mental cycles of individuals and today (5.24), she illuminates what that looks like for her own self-worth with a performance of “Hope It Hurts.” Watch here: youtu.be/NgVUIrzzYbU Filmed at Maison des Merveilles in Nashville, TN by Kaitlyn Raitz (Sarah Jarosz, Jillette Johnson), the “Hope It Hurts” is an expression of anger and rejection, fueled by a personal experience that many musicians face in the entertainment industry — being told their no longer a good investment. She explores how damaging this experience is for self-worth, esteem and overall mental health. "I wrote this song after being dropped by my first booking agent of over 5 years, out of virtually nowhere, with an extremely impersonal email,” says Baiman. "Being told I was no longer a good investment was both a personal and artistic blow and also a realization of the viciousness of the music industry. I really believed that I was on the verge of reaching a new level of success, and when your team gives up on you, that can go away in an instant. That kind of raw rejection fuels a lot of existential questions about worthiness and self esteem.” Fans can expect a plethora of these raw, emotional acoustic performances from Baiman on tour this summer. On Saturday, June 12, she'll celebrate the ‘Cycles' album release in Nashville, TN at City Winery. Find tickets and more information, here: rachelbaiman.com/tour. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetwork Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms
185: How to Talk to your Kids about LGBTQ Topics // Allison Dayton of Lift & Love

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 32:49


We just finished a month-long focus on the podcast for Mental Health Awareness Month in May, and in many ways this episode will be a continuation of that because, as you will hear, LGBTQ children and youth are some of the most at-risk for suicidal ideation and death by suicide. This is why we MUST know how to talk to kids about LGBTQ topics in a way that will anchor and strengthen them because everyone deserves not just tolerance–but also respect, inclusion, and equal rights.  Our guest today is Allison Dayton, a mother of three from Utah who is the founder of the https://www.liftandlove.org/ (Lift & Love Foundation), which was created to support LGBTQ individuals and family through education, support groups, and free and reduced cost therapy. In the interview you will hear Allison share about her deep personal connection to the LGBTQ community and why she is so passionate about helping parents and their kids create a more supportive and inclusive world. Allison understands that talking to kids about LGBTQ topics such as sexual orientation and gender identity may be new to a lot of us, so in this episode she breaks down three simple roles that we can take on as we begin to have more of these discussions with our children: we can be a teacher, a shelter, and a connector.  *** - 3 Takeaways for how to talk to kids about LGBTQ topics-1) Be a teacher.  Our children are going to hear about and see LGBTQ relationships and people in the world around them starting very young, and it is our responsibility to give them the context they need in order to understand these topics and how to be inclusive. Remember, before we can be teachers, we have to be learners. If you don't know much about LGBTQ topics, that's okay...start learning and, most importantly, talk to LGBTQ people about their experiences. 2) Be a shelter. Studies have shown that feeling accepted by parents makes a tremendous difference in the mental well-being of all children–especially LGBTQ youth. When your children make comments about their own sexuality or that of their friends or peers, respond with openness and curiosity. They may be testing to see how secure the shelter of your love is. 3) Be a connector. In our ever-divided world, we can be an influence that takes the time to connect with other people and listen to them. And we can teach our children how to do this too!  My challenge for all of us this week, my friends, is to do one thing to talk to our kids about LGBTQ topics. That might mean actually having a simple conversation with them about what it means to be gay, or it might mean doing some learning ourselves first.  *** >>>Will you try any of these tips about talking to kids about LGBTQ? What would you add to her takeaways? Tell us in the comments below! *** -Get in touch with Allison Dayton!- Website: https://www.liftandlove.org/ (Liftandlove.org) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liftandloveorg/ (https://www.instagram.com/liftandloveorg/) *** -Resources mentioned about how to talk to kids about LGBTQ topics - Preview of LGBTQ education in Bravery Magazine: https://braverymag.com/blogs/blog/issue-15-preview-lgbtq-education (https://braverymag.com/blogs/blog/issue-15-preview-lgbtq-education) ***-Related Episodes you might be interested in if you like this episode about how to talk to kids about LGBTQ topics - https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/151-3-pillars-of-meaningful-motherhood-learned-from-3-years-of-3-in-30/ (151: 3 PILLARS OF MEANINGFUL MOTHERHOOD (LEARNED FROM 3 YEARS OF 3 IN 30!)) https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/teens-trust/ (091: HOW TO EARN (AND KEEP) YOUR TEEN'S TRUST (ENCORE!) // TONY OVERBAY, LMFT) https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/155-talking-about-suicide/ (155: TALKING ABOUT SUICIDE: INSIGHTS FROM A DAUGHTER LEFT BEHIND // SARAH GROTENHUI)S *** -Sponsors- https://bravery-mag.myshopify.com/?rfsn=4208982.3699c3 (Bravery Magazine) June...

Double Threat with Julie Klausner & Tom Scharpling
Just Between Us Presents: Mental Health 101 Tips (sponsored by BetterHelp!)

Double Threat with Julie Klausner & Tom Scharpling

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 7:03


The hosts of Forever Dog's "Just Between Us" podcast, Allison Raskin & Gaby Dunn, have been covering the basics of mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month. And in this mini-sode, sponsored by BetterHelp, Gaby & Allison share some of their favorite mental health 101 tips that they learned from all the wonderful experts that guested on their show in May. So give this is a listen & feel free to check out the Mental Health 101 episodes on Just Between Us!And of course, one way to take care of your mental health is to check out BetterHelp for yourself. And if you want to try it out, you can get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/TomAndJulie.

Just Between Us
Mental Health 101 Tips (sponsored by BetterHelp!)

Just Between Us

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 6:59


As you know, Allison and Gaby have been covering the basics of mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month. And in this mini-sode, sponsored by BetterHelp, they share some of their favorite mental health 101 tips that they learned from all the wonderful experts that were guests in May. So give this is a listen & feel free to check out the Mental Health 101 episodes right here on Just Between Us!And of course, one way to take care of your mental health is to check out BetterHelp for yourself. And if you want to try it out, you can get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/justbetweenus.

The Unofficial Expert with Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin
Just Between Us Presents: Mental Health 101 Tips (sponsored by BetterHelp!)

The Unofficial Expert with Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 7:00


The hosts of Forever Dog's "Just Between Us" podcast, Allison Raskin & Gaby Dunn, have been covering the basics of mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month. And in this mini-sode, sponsored by BetterHelp, Gaby & Allison share some of their favorite mental health 101 tips that they learned from all the wonderful experts that guested on their show in May. So give this is a listen & feel free to check out the Mental Health 101 episodes on Just Between Us!And of course, one way to take care of your mental health is to check out BetterHelp for yourself. And if you want to try it out, you can get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/expert.

The Chop with Latrice Royale & Manila Luzon
Just Between Us Presents: Mental Health 101 Tips (sponsored by BetterHelp!)

The Chop with Latrice Royale & Manila Luzon

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 6:45


The hosts of Forever Dog's "Just Between Us" podcast, Allison Raskin & Gaby Dunn, have been covering the basics of mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month. And in this mini-sode, sponsored by BetterHelp, Gaby & Allison share some of their favorite mental health 101 tips that they learned from all the wonderful experts that guested on their show in May. So give this is a listen & feel free to check out the Mental Health 101 episodes on Just Between Us!And of course, one way to take care of your mental health is to check out BetterHelp for yourself. And if you want to try it out, you can get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/thechop.

Joe List's Mindful Metal Jacket
66 - Normalizing Therapy

Joe List's Mindful Metal Jacket

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 35:46


May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This week, Joe is revisiting some previous conversations on normalizing therapy with comedians Gary Gulman and Carmen Lynch, as well as therapist Josh Cohen and Miranda Hughs. Enjoy! Follow Joe List: @Joelistcomedy New episodes of Mindful Metal Jacket drop every Thursday via The Laugh Button. For advertising opportunities email advertise@thelaughbutton.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50% Facts
Mental health awareness month special episode w/Lisa Lampanelli, Nick Scopoletti, and Beau McDowell of the Losers with a Dream podcast

50% Facts

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 51:49


Nick Scopoletti returns to the show -- this time with fellow standup Beau McDowell, and their life coach, retired comic Lisa Lampanelli. Their podcast “Losers with a Dream” features conversations between Nick and Beau about their struggles toward comedy success…and just becoming better people. Then, Lisa weighs in with both life tips and comedy advice. Their show stresses the importance of working toward better mental health as a part of an overall strategy for success. We asked them to discuss share some of their personal experiences around seeking professional help and what it feels like to finally get it. Don’t worry, we share our own experiences as well. Nobody should feel bad about getting help. We loved doing this episode, and we hope that you’ll find it helpful. (Our standard explicit language warning definitely applies here.) Here are a couple of resources if you or someone you care about is struggling: National Alliance on Mental Illness (nami.org) National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255 You can find Losers with a Dream on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and all the other podcast platforms. Lisa is on Instagram as @lisalampanelli. Nick is @nickscopes, and Beau is @beaumcdowellcomedy.   ____ Subscribe for updates about our new gym (Third Street Barbell) and apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our next drop! ____   Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd). Produced by Jim McDonald Production assistance by Sam McDonald. Theme by Aaron Moore. Branding by Joseph Manzo.

A Date With Dateline
Mean Girls S.19 Ep.12

A Date With Dateline

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 91:41


This vintage Dateline episode asks us the age old question...if your teenager is a sociopathic murderer, is it your fault? What about if they are just really really annoying? These are the questions that our Lean King Keith Morrison is asking the helpless parents who chanced to spawn the most dangerous creature of all mankind: the teenage girl. Join Kimberly & Katie as we’re talking about MEAN GIRLS, and not the “she doesn’t even go here” variety. She indeed does go here, and she’s making fun of your outfit all while plotting a completely unnecessary and tragic murder. It's a journey through the raging hormones, Lancaster Logic, and one middle-aged person (name withheld) trying desperately to avoid a pack of roving bike teens in her neighborhood. All that plus, two women without children give unsolicited parenting opinions. Please enjoy this very special edition of A Date with Dateline: A Chance for Kaylee. Warning: This episode contains discussions of adults having sexual relations with minors. Plus murder. Always murder. Official Description from NBCU: A teenage girl is involved in a murder mystery after her older boyfriend is attacked and dies. Keith Morrison reports. This episode is happily and gratefully dedicated to our Patroni Cheryl N. from Southern California and Ashlie M from Northern CA! It’s time to rap battle for a winner of best part of the state! Just kidding, we love you both and appreciate your support of the podcast! Check out the promo from our new friends Paul and Erika at THAT AGED WELL, the podcast that examines your favorite movies from childhood and sees if they hold up in today’s age. Spoiler: They usually don’t. This podcast is hilarious and we’re laughing out loud listening to them discuss our movie selection on their latest episode! Subscribe today!  Help Support ADWD by checking out our fantastic sponsors! Go to analuisa.com/datedateline and get some beautiful, sustainable jewelry for you and your loved ones and use our code datedateline to get 10% off! They have new pieces arriving every week! Save your skin without going to a doctor’s office! To get started, just go to apostrophe.com/DATEDATELINE and click Begin Visit, then use our code DATEDATELINE at sign up and you’ll get fifteen dollars off your dermatology visit! We want all of you to start living a happier life. As a listener, you’ll get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/dateline. We all can use a little (better) help, so take care of yourself during Mental Health Awareness Month! Reach out to others to ask for help, or to check on them! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Zen Parenting Radio
A Light from the Bench- Podcast #601

Zen Parenting Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 60:14


Cathy and Todd discuss graduation season and why it's both beautiful and difficult. They discuss the importance of recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month and what Oprah & Prince Harry's show, The Me You Can't See, teaches us about internal vs external success.

Mark Groves Podcast
Supporting Women's Mental Health - Taryn Bird

Mark Groves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 71:04


This week I am excited to introduce you to the wonderful Taryn Bird, Senior Director of Social Impact, Kate Spade New York. She leads the social impact team, overseeing the company’s social enterprise initiative onpurpose, philanthropic programs and corporate volunteering. In this episode, we discuss the importance of women’s mental health, the impact it has in today’s society, and the gaps in the women & girls empowerment space. We dive into being proactive about mental health and wellbeing, knowing that you’re not alone, and the unique considerations that are important to recognize among women-identified individuals. Taryn candidly shares her own experiences with mental health, post traumatic stress, loss, and healing. I am so excited to share this important conversation with you as part of Mental Health Awareness Month and Mental Health Action Day.  Learn more about the Kate Spade New York Foundationhere, and check out the Women’s Guide to Mental Health & Wellbeing. Check out Mine’d, an accessible way to support your mood and mental health.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Joe List's Mindful Metal Jacket
65 - Joy of Meditation

Joe List's Mindful Metal Jacket

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 59:16


May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This week, Joe is revisiting some previous conversations on meditation with meditation teacher and author Cory Allen, comedian Shafi Hossain, New York Times bestselling author and teacher of Buddhist meditation Sharon Salzberg, and author and teacher Kevin Griffin. Enjoy! Follow Joe List: @Joelistcomedy New episodes of Mindful Metal Jacket drop every Thursday via The Laugh Button. For advertising opportunities email advertise@thelaughbutton.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Refined Collective Podcast
The Science of Anxiety + How to Stabilize Once You're Triggered

The Refined Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 36:11


Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y’all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!!   Are you experiencing a lot of anxiety recently? Does it feel unsolvable? Like your anxiety attack will like it will never end? What if you had tools to help ease your anxiety in the moment?   As you know, May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we’re getting serious about mental health over here on The Refined Collective Podcast. Two weeks ago, I spoke with Trauma Therapist Kobe Campbell all about therapy (tune in here if you missed it). And last week, I shared my own experience with anxiety and practical ways to identify your anxiety triggers outside of the moment (tune in here if you missed it). This week, I wanted to share how you can stabilize your anxiety when you’re in the moment.   A Collective Anxiety Why are we experiencing so much anxiety? Collective depression + individual anxiety + trauma + relapses—from living in + through a pandemic — we’ve never done this before.  Brene Brown talks about FFT ‘It’s the F-ing first time’ Listen to her talk about it in this podcast episode. The older we get, the less we like trying new things. Trying new things is vulnerable and we don’t want to suck! Normalizing discomfort is our secret sauce Name it What’s coming up? THIS IS THE 1ST PANDEMIC! Perspective  This is not going to last forever Reality Check Nothing is going as planned and that’s okay   The Science of Anxiety Our thoughts activate our minds, then our minds activate the body, then our body activates fight or flight. Symptoms like: dizziness, head rush, tingling, heart palpitations, paranoia, hypervigilance, can’t breathe, legs feel like jelly   3 Parts of the Brain NeoCortex/Prefrontal Cortex: rational, logic, problem-solving  Limbic: emotions, feeling, memories Reptilian/Primal: survival When we’re triggered, the Primal Brain gets activated and the other two shut down. In order to reactivate the others, you have to let the Primal Brain know you’re safe.   How do you speak to the Primal Brain to reactivate other two parts of our brain?   4 Things to Do In the Moment: Pause Breathe Mindful breathing DO IT NOW // 4 DEEP INHALES + EXHALES This activates the parasympathetic nervous system, meaning you feel safe and your body stops pumping cortisol and adrenaline. Quitting cigarette smoking is hard, in part, because it involves deep breathing. BOXED BREATHING (Navy SEALs use this!) Try it now (4x) Simple truths: I am safe and at home in my body I am here. I can breathe. I can feel discomfort and still be safe Ground Fear removes us from the moment. Runaway train of thought. Worst case scenarios. Kate Eskuri spoke about grounding on the podcast last year.   “It’s that inner sense of calm even though the outside world might feel a little scattered.” - Kate Eskuri   Grounding Rituals What are five things I can see?  What are four things I can feel?  What are three things I can hear?  What are two things I can smell right now?  What is one thing I can taste?   Reflection Questions     Resources Brene Brown podcast episode about FFT TRC Ep 090: Why Self-Care is More Crucial Now Than Ever Before My calming Spotify playlist Moving Through Fear Guide Jackie Viramontzez meditation/EFT tapping TRC Ep 086: How Meditation Can Change Your Life   Stay tuned for next week’s episode, where I’ll lead a guided meditation!   It is finally HERE! My book, Sexless in the City: A Sometimes Sassy, Sometimes Painful, Always Honest Look at Dating, Desire, and Sex is officially available online and in bookstores! If your copy arrives, make sure you post on social media and tag me! It makes my day to see it in your hands and I can’t wait for you to dive in.   When it comes to paying off debt, it can often feel like an uphill battle. Upstart can help you get ahead. It is the fast and easy way to pay off your debt with a personal loan all online. Unlike other lenders, Upstart looks at more than just your credit score, so they can offer smarter rates with trusted partners. Go to Upstart.com/refined to see how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today.   You’ve probably heard a lot about collagen over the years and know several people who swear by it. I’m here to tell you that it’s worth the hype. Collagen helps reduce fine lines and helps ease joint discomfort— pretty cool, right? You can put it in everything from a smoothie to banana bread. Go to AncientNutrition.com and use code REFINED for 20% off your first order.

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms
182: How To Teach Kids Meditation (And Why It’s Important) // Tejal V. Patel

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 35:46


 “What if meditation was a part of a child’s daily routine, along with showering and brushing their teeth? How would it change their life?” -Tejal V. Patel May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we are having episodes all month focused on how to strengthen our own mental health as mothers, as well the mental health of our children. In http://3in30podcast.com/181-emotional-wellness-in-kids (last week’s episode), we learned from Lisa Sabey, founder of Parents-to-Parents, that mental wellness is based on SKILLS. Skills that can and must be taught from a very young age. Research shows that one of the foundational skills for mental wellness is mindfulness--the ability to notice and process our emotions.  In today’s episode, I’m honored to be interviewing Tejal V. Patel, a mindfulness and https://tejalvpatel.com/ (meditation advocate) for families, who is going to teach us HOW to incorporate daily meditation skills into life with our children, making it as integral a part of our daily routine as brushing our teeth. *** -Tejal V. Patel’s 3 Takeaways for Teaching Kids Meditation-  Know the difference between active meditation and passive meditation, and focus on active meditation with beginners.This means making movement part of your meditation practice, as you build basic meditation skills like breathing.  Don’t try to teach your child meditation in the midst of a meltdown. With daily mindfulness practice, you will find that massive meltdowns are fewer and farther between because they will build more ability to self-regulate. Be the guide from the side, not the sage from the stage. Even if you yourself have never practiced meditation, you can still teach your kids to do this. You can learn with them!  >>>Will you try any of these tips from Tejal V. Patel? What would you add to her takeaways? Tell us in the comments below! ***   -Sponsors- BetterHelp BetterHelp, the world’s largest provider of therapy, done 100% online. If you feel you might need counseling but are hesitant, nervous, or embarassed to invest in yourself this way, let me assure you that going to counseling will be a gift to your entire family. As you get stronger, so will your family.  BetterHelp is so convenient for busy moms, and you can get 10% off your first month, by going to http://betterhelp.com/3in30 (betterhelp.com/3in30).  Jane.com I am so excited to introduce you to Jane.Com, our https://3in30podcast.com/jane/ (newest sponsor) of the podcast. Have you ever heard of Jane? It’s a highly-curated, online boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women's fashion trends, accessories, home decor, children's clothing, and more called Jane.Com.  If you are interested in checking out what Jane.com has to offer, they actually helped me create a curated shop page especially for 3 in 30 listeners with some of my favorite items displayed. Go to http://jane.com/3in30 (jane.com/3in30). ***   -Get in touch with Tejal V. Patel!- Book: https://amzn.to/3aO5Ikg (Meditation for Kids: 40 Activities to Manage Emotions, Ease Anxiety, and Stay Focused) Website:https://tejalvpatel.com/ ( Tejalvpatel.com) Instagram: @https://www.instagram.com/tejalvpatel/ (tejalvpatel) Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-time-in-talks-podcast/id1475581286 (Time-In Podcast) *** -Links Mentioned in Today’s Show- https://amzn.to/3dMXhrd (Just Feel) by Mallika Chopra https://amzn.to/3aOpDzm (Just Breathe) by Malike Chopra -Related Episodes you might be interested in if you like this episode from Tejal V. Patel- http://3in30podcast.com/181-emotional-wellness-in-kids (181: HOW TO ENCOURAGE EMOTIONAL WELLNESS IN KIDS // LISA SABEY)https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/129-rethinking-meditation-as-busy-moms-dr-leah-weiss/ (129: RETHINKING MEDITATION AS A BUSY MOM // DR. LEAH WEISS)https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/mindfulness-in-motherhood/ (082: HOW TO USE...

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms
181: How To Encourage Emotional Wellness in Kids // Lisa Sabey

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 37:03


May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States, and we have an incredible month of education in store. Today’s episode about emotional wellness in kids is a special one to kick us off.  Our guest is Lisa Sabey, the founder and president of https://www.facebook.com/parentstoparents/ (Parents-to-Parents), an organization dedicated to helping parents whose children are struggling with mental health by providing clear, practical, and evidence-based information and suggestions through filmed documentaries. Recently Lisa’s focus has switched from making documentaries to making educational materials to support new parents early on to understand how to empower their children with mental wellness skills. *** -Lisa Sabey’s 3 Takeaways for Encouraging Emotional Wellness in Kids-  Parents do not cause mental illness. It is important to establish this upfront because when you have a child who is struggling, it only adds more pain and shame if you blame yourself.  Emotional wellness in kids is possible, and it is based on skills that we can learn and teach. We as parents can help to arm our children with the skills they need to deal with failure, rewire negative thinking, and manage complex emotions.  Remember the acronym FAN: F- Face our fears. A - Always connect emotionally first. N - Name emotions as much as needed for our children to understand and process them.  >>>Will you try any of these tips to encourage emotional wellness in kids? What would you add to her takeaways? Tell us in the comments below! ***   -Sponsors- BetterHelp BetterHelp, the world’s largest provider of therapy, done 100% online. If you feel you might need counseling but are hesitant, nervous, or embarassed to invest in yourself this way, let me assure you that going to counseling will be a gift to your entire family. As you get stronger, so will your family.  BetterHelp is so convenient for busy moms, and you can get 10% off your first month, by going to http://betterhelp.com/3in30 (betterhelp.com/3in30).  Jane.com I am so excited to introduce you to Jane.Com, our https://3in30podcast.com/jane/ (newest sponsor) of the podcast. Have you ever heard of Jane? It’s a highly-curated, online boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women's fashion trends, accessories, home decor, children's clothing, and more called Jane.Com.  If you are interested in checking out what Jane.com has to offer, they actually helped me create a curated shop page especially for 3 in 30 listeners with some of my favorite items displayed. Go to http://jane.com/3in30 (jane.com/3in30). *** -Links Mentioned in Today’s Show- https://www.facebook.com/parentstoparents/ (Parents-to-Parents) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10914182/ (American Tragedy film) https://goingsane.org/ (goingsane.org)  -Related Episodes you might be interested in if you like this episode about emotional wellness in kids: https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/kids-emotions/ (077: HOW TO COACH YOUR CHILDREN THROUGH THEIR BIG EMOTIONS (ENCORE!) // GEORGIA ANDERSON OF KNOW HOW MOM)https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/katherine-reynolds-lewis/ (083: ARE KIDS TODAY HARDER THAN THEY WERE IN THE PAST? // KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS)https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/transformative-discipline/ (084: THE 3 CS OF TRANSFORMATIVE DISCIPLINE // PART 2 WITH KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS)***   -Additional Resources from 3 in 30 Podcast- Order your copy of the https://3-in-30-podcast.myshopify.com/ (Flecks of Gold Journal), a three-year journal to help you gather the golden moments within your motherhood!  Join our community of heart-fueled mothers on https://www.instagram.com/3in30podcast/?hl=en (Instagram)! For a monthly recap of ALL of the takeaways from the month, sign up http://3in30podcast.com/takeaways (here). 

Carefully Reckless
Healing Saves Lives

Carefully Reckless

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 30:16


Just in time for Mental Health Awareness Month, Jess gets emotional as she recounts her own experience with mental illness. If you know someone who is suffering ...HELP THEM! National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Contact Info:  800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ Find a Therapist:  https://borislhensonfoundation.org/ https://www.betterhelp.com/ https://therapyforblackgirls.com/ https://blackmenheal.org/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com