Brooke and Devon are still off on their Thailand adventure. In the meantime, enjoy one of favorite Episode from 2021! In this episode of Between the Reps, Brooke and Jeanna answer some fan questions about Crossfit, read mean comments, debunk rumors about Brooke taking steroids, having plastic surgery, and break the stigma of using Botox! For more Between the Reps on Insta: @betweenthereps. For more Brooke on Insta: @brookeence. For more Jeanna on Insta: @jeanna_cianciarulo. Send us emails at: email@example.com. To watch Between the Reps podcast videos on YouTube: http://bit.ly/BTRPodYouTubeVideo. Thanks to our sponsors: Go to https://GreenChef.com/60reps and use code 60reps to get 60% off plus free shipping. Green Chef: The #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well Qualia Mind - Try the best brain fuel on earth. Use REPS to save an extra 15% at checkout at https://neurohacker.com/REPS Qualia Mind - Take over $100 off (that makes each dose just 1.95 a day! Less than a basic cup of coffee with so many more benefits! Just use REPS at https://neurohacker.com/REPS Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/BetweenTheRepsPod. If you wanna support the show, and get all the episodes ad free go to https://betweenthereps.supercast.tech/. If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/BetweenTheRepsPod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, I delve into the often stigmatized concept of neediness, particularly as it pertains to black women. Listen in as I challenge the negative perceptions around neediness, emphasizing that acknowledging and honoring our emotional needs is a strength, not a weakness. It's high time we shift the narrative surrounding neediness and embrace it as a source of personal strength and unapologetically assert our needs, both within ourselves and in our interactions with others. I invite you to reflect on the ways you might have been suppressing your own neediness and start embracing our humanity. Reach out to me with your thoughts, feedback. And if you want support with this work, book a Breakthrough Call here. Talk soon! MENTIONED — EP. 02 Your Brain is F*cking with You RESOURCES — Join the Deeply Rooted Group Coaching Waitlist here Join the Next Breakthrough Master Class here Register for the Next Melanin Hour here Register for the Newsletter here Book a Breakthrough Call here Share Your Takeaways With Me at firstname.lastname@example.org LET'S GET SOCIAL — Website - http://brigjohnson.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnsonbrig/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/coachwithbrig
Join me Jason LaChance host of the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, certified addiction recovery coach, and mental health advocate for my sit down with special guest Allie Severino. Allie is the host of Viceland's Dopesick Nation and the award-winning film American Relapse! She is also the host of Back Alley Chat Podcast - an educational, inspirational series with a dash of humor and grace. Educational content and funny videos about life, recovery, harm reduction, homelessness, mental health, and more! Allie and I not only have a lot of laughs but we dig into being sober, now what? Being sober is just the start of one's recovery, we share various obstacles that we continually have to confront and how we process them. Allie and I also discuss the hardships that come with being in the addiction treatment industry which includes public policy, egos, access to proper treatment, and how anyone can play a small part in being of service to those in need. Including the return of bath salts in the illicit supply in Florida. How did Allie transform her own mindset? How does daily gratitude play a large role in her personal growth? What is Allie doing to advance herself in life? We finish our conversation with fun random questions and Allie finishes with final thoughts. This is Allie Severino Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Allie Severino: https://www.instagram.com/allieseverino_/ Please subscribe and share and to get the YouTube visit https://www.KDDPodcast.com for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations on turning your greatest adversities into your most significant advantages. Get your copy of Carlos Vieira's Autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down. Hardcover, Paperback & Audio Book https://linktr.ee/kddbook For the KDD Inspired t-shirts brought to you by 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/NO-OUTSIDE-SOLUTIONS-TEE-p589349381 https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/ONE-DAY-AT-A-TIME-TEE-p589354767 For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What we believe about ourselves, about others, and about life ends up being the basis for everything else we believe. In this episode of the Brain People Podcast, Dr. Binus and Dr. K'dee Elsen will be examining these core beliefs, determining what kinds of beliefs are healthy, and which ones should be left behind. ✨ Click the link for FREE access to Dr. Binus's e-course on Psychiatric Medications - https://beautiful-minds-wellness.teachable.com/p/psychiatric-medications-with-dr-binus
Ken Stearns has journeyed through 15 Asian countries over 20 years, transitioning from a reader to a writer who harnesses his global experiences for deeper self-understanding. He founded The Jar Foundation to advocate for mental health awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding it. Through the foundation's podcast, "Mental Health Today With," Ken drives conversations that educate and inspire, emphasizing the need for open dialogue and accessible mental health care. As a dedicated advocate, Ken's efforts aim to build a world where everyone can openly discuss and access quality mental health resources.Here are links for you to bookmark, save, follow, memorize, write down, and share with others:The JarFacebookKen Stearns (@ken_stearns) • Instagram photos and videosKen Stearns | LinkedInThis episode is sponsored by Serenity Salt Spa ENTER THE LATEST GIVEAWAY SPONSORED BY FREEDOM FEDERAL CREDIT UNION! Join the 30 Days of Courage NOW, and you'll be part of a powerful FREE online event starting October 1st-30th30 Days of Courage — Courage 365Serenity Salt Spa Serenity Salt Spa is the 1st Himalayan Salt Therapy & Wellness Spa to come to Harford County, MarylaDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showFollow the Conversations with Rich Bennett podcast on Social Media:Facebook – Conversations with Rich Bennett & Harford County LivingFacebook Group (Join the conversation) – Conversations with Rich Bennett podcast group | FacebookTwitter – Conversations with Rich Bennett & Harford County LivingInstagram – Harford County LivingTikTok – CWRB (@conversationsrichbennett) | TikTok Sponsors, Affiliates, and ways we pay the bills:Recorded at the Freedom Federal Credit Union StudiosHosted on BuzzsproutRocketbookSquadCast Contests & Giveaways Subscribe by Email ...
Jack breaks down the importance of the Royals trade stigma and how Cole Ragans can break it. He also compares Maikel Garcia to the best version of Alcides Escobar, and discusses how a consistent bullpen changes this entire team in 2024. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Interview was done September 13, 2023! I love meeting new people willing to share their “lemon to lemonade” experience! This story is about Patty when her best friend told her that he was diagnosed with HIV in 1986 it inspired her to begin her volunteer work as a therapist facilitating groups for adults living with HIV/AIDS. Patty founded Camp Dreamcatcher in 1996 with the mission of providing free therapeutic and educational programs for children impacted by HIV/AIDS. What message do you get from this interview? Website:https://campdreamcatcher.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therapeuticcamp Instagram: @Campdreamcatcher https://linktr.ee/campdreamcatcher?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=9c6fa71d-748d-48da-a3fd-38a92fdce445 Patty's TEDx Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/patty_hillkirk_catching_dreams_for_kids_a_journey_of_hope ABOUT the LemonAid Stand: Heidi started hosting the LemonAid Stand live radio talk show, over 20 years ago, in 1999! It all came about when Heidi was dealing with thoughts of suicide, inadequacy, and dealing with infertility. She realized as she reached out to others and heard their stories, she would be uplifted and inspired no matter what she was going through. So this podcast has old "Original" shows from that time period. It also has "New" shows that are currently being recorded with new guests. And it has "Update" shows where Heidi reached out to original radio show guests to find out how the past 20 years have been! Theme song written and recorded by Heidi's baby brother Shane! Heidi is a motivational speaker and would love to speak at your event about how to elevate your happiness! Hear her TEDx talk at this link: https://www.ted.com/talks/heidi_alldredge_s_t_o_p_your_stinkin_thinkin Do you know a story that needs to be shared? Contact Heidi! Email: HeidisLemonAidStand@gmail.com Website: https://www.heidislemonaidstand.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeidisLemonAidStand Instagram: @HeidisLemonAidStand
This hour on Disrupted, we explore sports and mental health. The Fall sport season has begun. For some families, this will be their child's first experience in competition. For others, their student athlete will continue competing in high school or college sports. As the competition level increases, the performance, academic and even social expectations can impact an athlete's physical and mental health. Clinical Psychologist Dr. Ralph Dodd will discuss how the role of a sports psychologist has changed. It used to focus only on an athlete's physical performance. Tess Atkinson, who played soccer at CCSU, shares her experience with the stress of athletics. Then we'll hear from two people who are providing mental health support. Bella Nadeau, a softball player in her senior year at UMass Boston, created a non-profit called Lets Get Real About Athlete Mental Health. Former college basketball player and entrepreneur Ivan Tchatchouwo talks about The Zone mobile app he helped create that evaluates and provides mental wellness for student-athletes. GUESTS: Dr. Ralph Dodd: Clinical Psychologist practicing out of West Hartford. Tess Atkinson: Former Central Connecticut State University soccer player. Bella Nadeau: Senior softball player at UMass Boston and creator of non-profit website Lets Get Real About Athlete Mental Health. Ivan Tchatchouwo: Former college basketball player and CEO of The Zone mobile app. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Celebrate Recovery Month as our host Kelsey Amos, Next Step Program Manager gets to know all about the difference of being recovered vs. being sober from meeting chairs in our community. Alcoholism is a disease of the mind and body and we have a solution FOR FREE for every alcoholic. Don't forget to share this episode to help us Shatter the Stigma for Recovery Month. All donations help us to provide programs and services – to alcoholic women and their families, at absolutely no cost. If you'd like to donate, text MAGGIES to 44321 or visit magdalenhouse.org/donate.
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. This Sex Positive September, we recognize that part of being sex positive is taking responsibility for your sexual health – by destigmatizing the conversation around STIs, knowing your status and staying up to date on the latest information. Joining me for this conversation is returning guest Dr. Tanya M. Bass. Dr. Bass holds certifications as a Certified Sexuality Educator with the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, as well as a Certified Health Education Specialist. In our conversation, we explored the common types of STIs and their symptoms, the importance of education in the prevention of STIs, and how getting to know your body can help you better recognize STI symptoms. Resources & Announcements Visit our Amazon Store for all the books mentioned on the podcast. Grab your copy of Sisterhood Heals. Where to Find Dr. Bass Website Instagram Stay Connected Is there a topic you'd like covered on the podcast? Submit it at therapyforblackgirls.com/mailbox. If you're looking for a therapist in your area, check out the directory at https://www.therapyforblackgirls.com/directory. Take the info from the podcast to the next level by joining us in the Therapy for Black Girls Sister Circle community.therapyforblackgirls.com Grab your copy of our guided affirmation and other TBG Merch at therapyforblackgirls.com/shop. The hashtag for the podcast is #TBGinSession. Make sure to follow us on social media: Twitter: @therapy4bgirls Instagram: @therapyforblackgirls Facebook: @therapyforblackgirls Our Production Team Executive Producers: Dennison Bradford & Maya Cole Howard Producers: Fredia Lucas, Ellice Ellis & Cindy Okereke Production Intern: Zariah TaylorSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Subscriber-only episodeI boldly challenge the misconceptions and stigmas tied to suicide, highlighting the pressing need for empathy in our understanding of this matter. I start by debunking the negative stereotypes associated with suicide, such as the notion that those who choose to end their lives are weak or sinful - a perspective that only adds to the burden the affected families carry. I also confront the damaging language often used, advocating for the adoption of more compassionate phrases. My discussion doesn't shy away from the hard-hitting questions - I question the beliefs held by some that suicide is an unforgivable sin and that those who "commit suicide" will be punished by God. I argue that these views are not only harmful but also perpetuate the stigma surrounding suicide. I then move on to stress the need for education to better understand the roots of suicide, often linked to mental illness or profound despair, and how we as a society can offer the necessary support. Join me as I navigate this sensitive topic, aiming to foster a greater understanding and inspire a more compassionate approach towards suicide and its aftermath.Join my newsletter and get a gift!
Today's episode dives deep into a topic that has become a national epidemic and affects countless families - dementia. Did you know that dementia is not a disease itself, but a group of symptoms affecting memory and behavior? Alzheimer's is the most common type, affecting over 70% of people with dementia. Christiana Egi is an exceptional Dementia Advocate who brings a wealth of experience as a Registered Nurse, Diabetes Educator, Registered Natural Health Nutritionist, and Geriatric and Mental Health Specialist. In her endeavor to provide compassionate care for individuals living with dementia and their families, she has established Alexis Lodge Retirement Residences, memory care retirement facilities committed to person-centered and relational care for individuals living with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia. What You'll Learn in This Episode: Dementia's definition as a group of symptoms affecting memory and behavior Different types of dementia, with a focus on Alzheimer's disease Christiana's early experiences with mental health in Nigeria and her realization of the global stigma surrounding mental health The absence of family involvement in dementia care facilities Difficulties caring for loved ones with behavioral issues The emotional toll on caregivers and the need for support Links Mentioned in This Episode: Instagram | YouTube | Linked In | Twitter
In this Psychedelic Podcast episode, host Paul F. Austin speaks with Imran Khan, Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP). The conversation explores diverse topics, from the recent MAPS conference to Khan's career journey and BCSP's mission to reshape psychedelic awareness. It asks the essential question: How can the field of psychedelics strike a balance between rapid growth, scientific rigor, and ethical considerations? Paul and Imran dissect the accelerating shift in public sentiment, evidenced by UC Berkeley's survey indicating that 61% of Americans support psychedelic therapy. This episode offers a multifaceted dialogue navigating the complexities of psychedelics, science, and society. Imran Khan: Imran Khan is Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP). The BCSP exists to explore the potential of psychedelics through independent and rigorous research, training, and public education at one of the world's foremost universities. Imran has spent most of his career working at the nexus of science and society. He was previously the CEO of the British Science Association and ran grants programs for the Wellcome Trust, the world's third-largest charitable foundation. Imran has also advised lawmakers in the UK Parliament. He has presented at forums ranging from the Aspen Ideas Festival to the World Economic Forum and SXSW. His writing has appeared in the Financial Times, the Guardian, and BBC News. Imran has degrees in biology and in science communication from the University of Oxford and Imperial College London, respectively, and an MBA from City University, London. He now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoys trail-running, many forms of nerdery, and trying to cook the perfect dal. Highlights: Paul & Imran's reflections on the 2023 MAPS Psychedelic Science Conference. Imran's career trajectory and motivations for working with psychedelics. The surprising results of the UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP) public survey. How history has informed BCSP's approach to psychedelic science. BCSP's role as a reliable voice in the field of psychedelic education. BCSP's psychedelic journalism fellowship, sponsored by Tim Ferriss. Berkeley's psychedelic facilitator training program. The impact of California's Senate Bill 58 and the TREAT Initiative. Imran's gripe with the term “plant medicine.” Key Links: UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP): http://psychedelics.berkeley.edu/ Imran on Twitter: https://twitter.com/imrankhan?lang=en Third Wave's Psychedelic Coaching Institute: https://psychedeliccoaching.institute/ Episode Sponsors: Apollo Neuro - Third Wave listeners get 15% off. Psyched Wellness - use code THIRDWAVE23 to get 15% off. BiOptimizers - Get 10% off Magnesium Breakthrough
Many women prolong the divorce process because they don't want to be stigmatized as "that" single mom. Often times, when we think of single motherhood, we think of the mom that is doing it all on her own, with no help of the other parent but in many cases, this isn't typically what we see. This week Michelle Dempsey-Multack is joined by Ashley Simpo to discuss their personal experience with single motherhood. Michelle and Ashley will educate listeners on: Empathizing with women who may not have the support of a co-parent financially or physically Understanding that you don't have to be friends with your co-parent Giving your space to rest and recharge AND MUCH MORE Ashley Simpo is a Brooklyn-based, California-bred writer, editor, and author. She has written essays, op-eds, and reported pieces for publications including Parents magazine, CRWNMAG, Huffington Post, Essence, Healthline, and BET. Her work and profile have been featured in The New York Times, Marie Claire, and the Associated Press. She has authored and contributed to two books, including, 'A Kids Book About Divorce', a children's book that explains divorce as well as '100 Diverse Voices on Parenthood', an anthology of first-parent stories of which she contributed and served as a project editor. Ashley is also a contributing editor for Mother Tongue, a print magazine that tells stories about motherhood from non-traditional points of view. She publishes an unfiltered monthly essay series When You Have Time and currently serves as the managing editor for Okayplayer in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join me Jason LaChance host of the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, certified addiction recovery coach, and mental health advocate for my sit down with special guest John Moyer. John is a Master Hypnotist and a Certified Consulting Hypnotherapist (CCH) guarantees his volunteers access to an area of their beliefs about themselves, that empowers them to attain goals and jettison negative habits that hold them back. John and I not only have a lot of laughs but we dig into the mind and how we can do the work to reprogram our thinking through various practices that he shares. This includes connecting the conscious mind and subconscious mind as most failures happen before we even attempt goals and dreams through negative self-talk and low self-worth. John and I also discussed his own personal journey of childhood adversity including his relationship with his father who demeaned John's dreams and aspirations as well as two failed marriages before meeting the love of his life, Rachelle Joseph, Mrs. Utah 2003, and 1st Runner Up Mrs. America 2003. How did John John transform his own mindset? How does daily gratitude play a large role in his transformation? How did he come to be a Master Hypnotist and a Certified Consulting Hypnotherapist? What can you benefit from John's YouTube content on his channel which has over 300,000 subscribers? We finish our conversation with fun random questions and John finishes with final thoughts of how our mindset is what stops us from what we want to achieve in life. This is John Moyer Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on John Moyer: https://www.johnmoyer.com/ Please subscribe and share and to get the YouTube visit https://www.KDDPodcast.com for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations on turning your greatest adversities into your most significant advantages. Get your copy of Carlos Vieira's Autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down. Hardcover, Paperback & Audio Book https://linktr.ee/kddbook For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On episode 189, we welcome Roy Richard Grinker to discuss the cultural differences of conceptions of mental illness, the WEIRD model of mental health and its limitations in helping us understand it, the false dichotomy of the social/cultural and biological models of psychological disorders, the limits and benefits of using the DSM, how the model of neurodivergence doesn't negate the existence of emotional struggles, Roy's grandfather undergoing treatment with Sigmund Freud and why he considered him to be a poor psychotherapist, how Nepali concepts of mental illnesses focus more on their physical elements and why this affects treatment, and the promise of epigenetics in helping to treat trauma-related, generational disorders. Roy Richard Grinker is professor of anthropology, international affairs, and human sciences at the George Washington University. He is a cultural anthropologist specializing in ethnicity, nationalism, and psychological anthropology, with topical expertise in autism, Korea, and sub-Saharan Africa. He is also the director of GW's Institute for Ethnographic Research and editor-in-chief of the journal Anthropological Quarterly. He is the author of several books, including Unstrange Minds: Remapping the World of Autism. His newest book is called Nobody's Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness. | Roy Richard Grinker | ► Website | https://anthropology.columbian.gwu.edu/roy-richard-grinker ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/roygrinker ► Nobody's Normal Book | https://amzn.to/48u09mC Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment ► TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@seizethemomentpodcast
FUBU, BRAVO, P.Diddy, BET ~National Suicide Prevention Week is an annual week-long campaign in the United States to inform and engage health professionals and the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide.A Noted Film Director, Hezues R, who's worked with the likes of Sean P. Diddy Combs and Ciroc Vodka, Russell Simmons on successful media campaigns, plans to address the issue of mental health, through a movie called "Suicide Saint". Through all of this madness is one issue that has plagued people of color with very few having the courage to address – mental health. The World Health Organization (WHO) states over 800,000 people commit suicide every year – that's one person every forty seconds. Also, the National Council for Behavioral Health notes that 46% of adults in the USA experience mental illness. In communities of color, according to the non-profit community organization, Mental Health America, out of 13% of Black Americans in the USA (according to the Census Bureau), 16% reported having mental illness – that's over 7 million people (more than the overall populations of Chicago, Philadelphia and Houston combined). Finally, the Center for Disease Control published that suicides and attempted suicides cost the nation almost $70 billion per year in lifetime medical and work-loss costs alone.Not many filmmakers have been honored by one President of the United States, let alone two. Then again Hezues R isn't your average filmmaker, as none other share the combination of his adversity and accolades , all the more reason why the entertainment industry is taking notice of this film protégé's next project, which he claims will be his masterpiece: SUICIDE SAINT.If you know Hezues R, then you've likely been inspired, as his own life is bigger than a movie. At 22 years old, he survived a barrage of bullets fired at him point blank 22 times by three would-be assailants His survival is nothing short of a miracle but still not as miraculous as his meteoric rise in entertainment - from high school dropout and drug dealer to self-made creative titan. No college, mentor, backers or connections - just a relentless work ethic and pure undeniable talent. From creating the official fragrance for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton to running Sean P. Diddy Combs' advertising campaigns (Ciroc, Sean John , Deleon) as an executive producer, while finding creative ways to give back and interject social impact in his content, like the critically acclaimed film, “April Showers.” With suicide rates rapidly increasing and almost half of adults experiencing mental illness, Hezues R declares that “Rome is burning and as a society we're not giving enough concern to the media we create - which influences how we see ourselves and each other” His mission is to save lives by making the film “Suicide Saint” and in the process, change the protocol of Hollywood. Hezues R believes in art over algorithms and that films shouldn't just be made for profit but the added value of social good and the sake of creating something beautiful and inspiring. Hezues R gained fast followers, such as the United Nations, as they've selected his upcoming film as the sole movie they're endorsing in the International 40 Days Safer Cities initiative- with “Suicide Saint” being day #20 which also falls on Oct 10th - World Mental Health Day.© 2023 Building Abundant Success!!2023 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASJoin me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy: https://tinyurl.com/BASAud
NASA says it's ready to shift the conversation about UFOs from sensationalism to science. I'm speaking with Dr. David Spergel, an award-winning theoretical astrophysicist and president of the Simons Foundation, about NASA's new report and the possibility there really is life on other planets. NASA UAP report Learn more about our guests: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/shownotes Sign-up for our bonus weekly email: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/email Become an INSIDER for ad-free episodes: https://www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider This episode was sponsored by: Miracle Made: https://www.TryMiracle.com/newsworthy AG1: https://www.drinkAG1.com/newsworthy To advertise on our podcast, please reach out to email@example.com #UAP #NASA #UFOs
In questo episodio di Educare con Calma parlo con Maurizia Triggiani (oggi non in veste di professionista, ma di mamma) di accettazione dei corpi, stigma del grasso, diagnosi di obesità da leggere con mente critica, educazione alimentare nell'infanzia, di come avviare (o meno) queste conversazioni con i bambini e le bambine… In realtà parliamo di molto di più, ma è impossibile riassumere questo episodio: dovrete ascoltarlo. Un grazie speciale a Maurizia, questo episodio è nato grazie a lei e mi ha permesso di comunicare messaggi che mi stanno molto a cuore. :: Trovate Maurizia Su Instagram come @disordinaryfamily Sulla piattaforma di benessere DoFit :: Come appoggiare il podcast Io non faccio pubblicità e non accetto sponsor, perché le pubblicità alimentano il consumismo e mi danno fastidio (quindi non voglio sottoporre voi una cosa che dà fastidio a me). Se vi piace il mio podcast e volete aiutarmi a mantenerlo vivo, potete aiutarmi a diffonderlo lasciando una recensione sulla piattaforma dove lo ascoltate e/o appoggiare il mio lavoro acquistando su La Tela shop.
Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with Daniel Defenbaugh founder of the 10-42 Project on A Badge of Honor Podcast.Daniel spent 14 years in law enforcement, and many more beyond wrestling with nightmares, panic attacks, depression, and the like as a result of the job. It took a long time for him to find help and a name for what he faced: Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSD) (PTSI)At 10-42 Project they understand that your time off duty can be more difficult as your time on. They are here with you. You don't have to walk alone, and there is hope for another day. Find out more https://www.10-42project.org/A Badge of Honor offers workshops to first responders across the nation, working with mental health liasions and critical incident management teams for Post Traumatic Stress Injury Recovery, wellness and resilience. A Badge of Honor says, "We Hear You," and wants you to know you are not alone. A Badge of Honor is a non-profit partner with Carry The Load as part of their Continuum of Care program.A Badge of Honor Podcast is brought to you by:Carry In Texas, https://www.carryintexas.com 469-232-7894Rockwall CPR, https://www.rockwallcpr.com 214-531-7939OBBM Network Podcasts, https://obbmnetwork.com 214-714-0495Support the show
In this episode, Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP, discusses key considerations to PrEP barriers in adolescents, including: New HIV diagnoses in the United StatesAdherence barriersHealthcare professional barriersConsent laws for minors to receive sexually transmitted infection diagnosis and treatment services Interventions to support PrEP adherence Presenter: Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACPProfessor of MedicineDivision of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Texas UT Southwestern Medical CenterSection ChiefDepartment of Internal MedicineVA North Texas Health Care SystemDallas, TexasContent based on an online CME program supported by an independent educational grant from ViiV Healthcare.Link to full program:https://bit.ly/3ZpM6uuFollow along with the slides:https://bit.ly/3LyGgBj
In the last part of our mini-series, “Layoff Stigma Is Hurting Great Talent,” Leah C. Murphy, CEO of Career Gems for the Journey, continues the conversation of deconstructing stigma, normalizing employment gaps, and career transitions. This episode primarily focuses on what to do after having experienced some form of separation. We address the importance of not selling yourself short when returning to the workforce. Also, we elaborate on how to negotiate for your market value and capabilities existing today and shifting your mindset away from the temporary hit to your confidence. Because, believe it or not, operating with humility will not serve you. Research does, and we share some incredible resources to greenlight your employment status. Listen now to replace UNCERTAINTY with CONVICTION in your workplace value!
Didi Hairston is a mental health advocate who gives a compelling look into life being mentally ill while Black. Unfiltered, dark, and raw, she exposes the stigma and fear associated with mental illness in Black and Brown communities. Didi's mental health advocacy organization is called Diva with Depression. Didi and her organization's mission is to break the chains of generational shame and trauma regarding mental illness in the Black and Brown communities, ending the passing down of toxic secrets and the stigma of mental illness. In this episode of Navigating Cancer Together, Didi discusses an important topic closely related to cancer - mental health. Despite not being a cancer patient, survivor, or caregiver, Didi sheds light on the mental health challenges faced by Black and Brown communities. This episode aims to raise awareness and promote understanding of the mental health struggles within these communities. Tune in to gain valuable insights and resources for supporting mental wellness during cancer and life's other journeys. ✨A few highlights from the show: [00:01:32] Mental health in black communities. [00:06:01] Treatment-resistant depression [00:10:05] Strain on relationships. [00:13:03] Breaking the Mask of Depression. [00:16:35] Depression awareness resources. [00:23:34] Mental health and cancer. [00:26:01] Finding a support system. Resources: Resources to Recover - https://www.rtor.org/bipoc-mental-health-equity-fact-sheet/ NAMI - https://www.nami.org/ NAMI Family-to-Family Support Group - https://www.nami.org/Support-Education/Mental-Health-Education/NAMI-Family-to-Family Mental Health America - https://mhanational.org/ DSM5 Test - https://www.psychiatry.org/psychiatrists/practice/dsm/educational-resources/assessment-measures
When managing schizophrenia, many of us have come to accept that there is a stigma around the disorder. But what happens when the stigma is from the medical professionals who are supposed to be treating, diagnosing, and helping you? Mental health professionals can even turn away people with a schizophrenia diagnosis. When we've been turned away by a therapist, psychologist, what happens next? Where do we end up? Studies have found that mental health professionals have a tendency to view people with serious mental illnesses more negatively than positively, characterizing them as manipulative, lacking in willpower, disturbing, ineffective, and difficult to communicate with. In this episode of Inside Schizophrenia, host Rachel Star Withers and co-host Gabe Howard look at schizophrenia stigma in the medical community. Joining is guest Desire' Brown, a mental health counselor who has worked with various social work organizations. She currently works with Monarch, which provides hope, promotes wellness, and empowers individuals and families impacted by mental illness, substance abuse, intellectual and developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- visit the official episode page. Our guest, Desire' Lillian Brown, MBA, BA, is currently working on her second master's degree. She has been counseling adults in mental health for 8 years and working with SPMI diagnostics for 4 years. She works with clients from all walks of life. “I love helping others, it is a calling from GOD.” — Desire' Monarch is nationally accredited by The Joint Commission. We employ approximately 1,400 staff members, many who work with individuals and their families to identify and overcome many of the barriers they often face by providing varying levels of support. To join our team, visit Monarch Careers to learn more and view available positions. Join us today in making our mission, vision and values a reality. Monarch provides hope, promotes wellness, and empowers individuals and families impacted by mental illness, substance use disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injury. Our host, Rachel Star Withers, creates videos documenting her schizophrenia, ways to manage and let others like her know they are not alone and can still live an amazing life. She has written Lil Broken Star: Understanding Schizophrenia for Kids and a tool for schizophrenics, To See in the Dark: Hallucination and Delusion Journal. Fun Fact: She has wrestled alligators. To learn more about Rachel, please visit her website, RachelStarLive.comm. Our co-host, Gabe Howard, is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To learn more about Gabe, please visit his website, gabehoward.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EPISODE 1731: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Michele Lamont, author of SEEING OTHERS, about rebuilding dignity in our age of anxiety , inequality and isolation Michèle Lamont is Professor of Sociology and of African and African American Studies and the Robert I. Goldman Professor of European Studies at Harvard University. An influential cultural sociologist who studies inclusion and inequality, she has tackled topics such as dignity, respect, stigma, racism and anti-racism, class and racial boundaries, social change, and how we evaluate social worth across societies. Her most recent book is Seeing Others: How Recognition Works and How It Can Heal a Divided World (Simon and Schuster (US) and Penguin Random House (UK), fall 2023). Her other books include: Money, Morals, and Manners: The Culture of the French and the American Upper-Middle Class (1992), The Dignity of Working Men: Morality and the Boundaries of Race, Class, and Immigration (2000), How Professors Think: Inside the Curious World of Academic Judgment (2009), and the coauthored Getting Respect: Responding to Stigma and Discrimination in the United States, Brazil and Israel (2016). Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Check out ohitsBigRon studio's newest podcast, Weight For ItWeight For It unpacks the nuanced thoughts of fat folks, and of all folks who think about their weight all the time. Through narrative storytelling and some memoir, host Ronald Young Jr. hopes to have the conversations that we tend to avoid when it comes to our bodies.Weight For It is now available everywhere you listen to podcastsSubscribe and Follow today!Apple PodcastsSpotifySpreakerOr search Weight For It in whatever podcast platform you prefer!Proud partner of Radiotopia
Randolph Nesse is the Founder of Evolutionary Medicine & Psychiatry. He is Professor Emeritus of the Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology, and Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan; Research Professor of Life Sciences, and Founding Director of The Center for Evolution and Medicine, Arizona State University; Founding President of The International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. He is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. EPISODE LINKS: Randy's Website: http://randolphnesse.com/ Randy's Books: https://tinyurl.com/2s3esmf2 Randy's Publications: https://tinyurl.com/fvebpdkt TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) - Introduction (0:30) - Free Will (10:56) - Belief in Free Will (13:57) - Evolution of Morality (19:40) - Kin Selection & Selfish Genes (Dawkins was right) (24:25) - Stigma behind Evolutionary Science (27:22) - Evolution & Religion (30:52) - Freud & the Unconscious (36:44) - Why does biology affect psychology? (45:10) - Limits of the DSM & Understanding the Mind (54:33) - Metacognition & Intuition (59:19) - Evolutionary Psychiatry (Natural Selection & Mental Disorder) (1:04:21) - Did Mental Illness Evolve? Good Reasons For Bad Feelings (1:08:40) - The Smoke Detector Principle (Signal Detection Theory) (1:13:23) - Hypophobia (not enough anxiety) & Mania (1:26:53) - Psychosis & Paranoia (1:30:10) - Adapting to Our Environment (1:35:29) - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (1:39:33) - Addressing the Medicalization Human Experience (1:45:35) - Psychiatry's Defense (1:49:16) - Conclusion CONNECT: - Website: https://tevinnaidu.com/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drtevinnaidu - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtevinnaidu/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtevinnaidu/ - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtevinnaidu/ For Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org ============================= ABOUT MIND-BODY SOLUTION: Mind-Body Solution explores the nature of consciousness, reality, free will, morality, mental health, and more. This podcast presents enlightening discourse with the world's leading experts in philosophy, physics, neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, AI, and beyond. It will change the way you think about the mind-body dichotomy by showing just how difficult — intellectually and practically — the mind-body problem is. Join Dr. Tevin Naidu on a quest to conquer the mind-body problem and take one step closer to the mind-body solution. Dr Tevin Naidu is a medical doctor, philosopher & ethicist. He attained his Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery degree from Stellenbosch University, & his Master of Philosophy degree Cum Laude from the University of Pretoria. His academic work focuses on theories of consciousness, computational psychiatry, phenomenological psychopathology, values-based practice, moral luck, addiction, & the philosophy & ethics of science, mind & mental health. ===================== Disclaimer: We do not accept any liability for any loss or damage incurred from you acting or not acting as a result of watching any of our publications. You acknowledge that you use the information provided at your own risk. Do your research. Copyright Notice: This video and audio channel contain dialog, music, and images that are the property of Mind-Body Solution. You are authorised to share the link and channel, and embed this link in your website or others as long as a link back to this channel is provided. © Mind-Body Solution
Join me Jason LaChance host of the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, certified addiction recovery coach, and mental health advocate for my sit down with special guest Cheree Ashley who is the Founder of Bright Future Recovery, a Registered Addiction Specialist, Medically Assisted Treatment Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor-Certified Addiction Specialist, Certified Intervention Professional, an author, proud mother, and wife. We discuss maintaining one's personal self-care and sobriety while maintaining a thriving career, social pressures, being a present parent, and striving to be of service to others. Cheree and I also discussed reframing past traumas, which include fractured relationships such as that of hers with her father who was mostly absent in her childhood along with her siblings. We talk about mending these relationships, and the challenge of having siblings who also have struggled with addiction. Including losing a sibling to the disease of addiction and one who currently lives on the streets of San Francisco. This led us to talk about the challenges that addiction treatment centers face when it comes to insurance coverage for the suffering addict along with the lack of action from government officials and policies. We finish our conversation with fun random questions and Cheree finishes with final thoughts of hope, prosperity, and love. This is Cheree Ashley Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Cheree Ashley: https://www.brightfuturerecovery.com/ & https://chereeashleybalance.com/ Please subscribe and share and to get the YouTube visit https://www.KDDPodcast.com for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations on turning your greatest adversities into your most significant advantages. Get your copy of Carlos Vieira's Autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down. Hardcover, Paperback & Audio Book https://linktr.ee/kddbook For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ © 2023 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paula Allen, Global Leader and SVP of Research and Client Insights at Telus Health, brings her career-long expertise spanning health and productivity management, workplace and mental health, and total well-being strategies for the workplace. Paula shares her insights about how increased uncertainty and overwhelm in a fast-changing world affect workers. She explains why investing in a strong culture and relationships at work, and well-being initiatives which focus on empathy and recovery, are key to achieving and sustaining a healthy workforce and business outcomes. KEY TAKEAWAYS [03:03] Images of stress-related structural brain changes cause Paula to study neuropsychology. [06:00] Paula is appalled witnessing how adults with mental health issues are treated in the workplace. [06:32] The CEO asks if Paula wants to change the situation—she says “Yes!”. [07:17] Paula boldly calls a prior CEO at her company after hearing him talk about providers' failings. [08:14] They had the opportunity to redesign the system from the beginning so people struggling would get what they needed. [09:30] With an empathy-based approach for physical health, they achieve better outcomes. [10:30] With access to research, Paula hones in on the drivers behind different workplace behaviors. [12:27] Focusing on and sharing expectations of recovery are beneficial all round. [13:30] They discover a correlation between the decrease in middle management and increase in mental illness. [14:30] Most supervisors know something is “off” early on, but they just don't know what to do. [16:45] A manager's core job is to ensure teams are productive but that only happens when people are feel safe and get training. [18:20] We have had a reset relating to mental health since the pandemic. [18:58] Because people derive part of their identity from their work, fostering a healthy environment is critical. [20:35] A few reasons why employees in need are not using their employer's benefits. [22:32] Stigma comes from lack of knowledge; Paula shares an interesting way to reframe how we treat people who are struggling. [24:36] Occupational health is also mental health. Paula notes her predictions with the coming change of pace with AI. [28:17] Paula talks about the recent organization-led innovations in the mental health space and shares some interesting demographic data. [31:12] The very real increase in stress younger generations is having to live with and how to face it. [33:08] Paula touches on the increasing pace of change and its negative impacts on human mental health — and what to do about it. [36:23] Paula shares an interesting research parallel between the management of dementia and overwhelm. [38:18] The Stockdale paradox. [40:30] Paula discusses the types of support benefits that exist today and the ones that would be ideal for flexible, distributed workforces. [44:41] The solution to mental health in the workplace is multi-layered. [46:26] IMMEDIATE ACTION TIP: Our best source of resilience is our relationships with other people. Social support is the core of everything to feel a sense of belonging in some group. So if you are feeling off, reach out and talk to someone — you don't have to talk about what the issue is. Just be connected. On the other side let people in your life understand that they're important and keep connected to them. RESOURCES Paula Allen on LinkedIn Telus.com Telus' Mental Health Index Telus Mental Health Index July 2023 QUOTES (edited) “Giving people what they need allows the clinical work to come to fruition.” “When you look at drivers of productivity, of absence, of turnover, of innovation, of collaboration, of really strong workplace culture, you end up coming back to mental health and well-being.” “A manager's job is to help make sure that their teams are productive. People are not going to be productive if they don't feel safe. We're not training managers to be counselors, clinicians, or psychologists! We're training them to create healthy workplaces that are productive.” “If your people aren't in a good place, you're not going to be in a good place as an organization. The pandemic made this pretty clear.” “Make sure that people do not feel alone, that they feel connected to your workplace. Have team meetings that are small enough that people can't be on a screen with the camera off. If your employee is feeling isolated in your workplace relationship, you are going to pay for it and they are going to suffer.”
Join us in this powerful episode of the Passion Struck podcast, where I sit down with an extraordinary guest, Major General Gregg F. Martin, Ph.D., US Army (Retired). In this candid conversation, Major General Martin shares his inspiring journey, from commanding troops on the battlefield to battling bipolar disorder. Discover how he overcame adversity, shattered stigma, and emerged as a beacon of hope for mental health advocacy. He is the author of "Bipolar General: My Forever War with Mental Illness." Want to learn the 12 philosophies that the most successful people use to create a limitless life? Pre-order John R. Miles's new book, Passion Struck, which will be released on February 6, 2024. Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/gregg-f-martin-breaking-stigma-bipolar-disorder/ Unveiling Resilience: Major General Gregg Martin's Bipolar Journey Learn about Major General Martin's resilience, his dedication to saving lives, and his commitment to ending the stigma surrounding bipolar disorder. Hear how he and his family persevered through the toughest fight of their lives and emerged stronger than ever. This episode delves into the depths of resilience, mental health, and the power of sharing one's story. Major General Gregg Martin's experience is a testament to the strength of the human spirit, and his mission is to help others find hope in their own battles. Brought to you by Netsuite by Oracle. Download NetSuite's popular KPI Checklist, designed to give you consistently excellent performance at https://www.netsuite.com/passionstruck. Brought to you by Indeed: Claim your SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR CREDIT now at Indeed dot com slash PASSIONSTRUCK. Brought to you by Lifeforce: Join me and thousands of others who have transformed their lives through Lifeforce's proactive and personalized approach to healthcare. Visit MyLifeforce.com today to start your membership and receive an exclusive $200 off. Brought to you by Hello Fresh. Use code passion 50 to get 50% off plus free shipping! --► For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to: https://passionstruck.com/deals/ Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/81ZV5MieYao --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://youtu.be/QYehiUuX7zs Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Catch my interview with Dr. Caroline Leaf on Parenting or a Healthy and Confident Mind. Watch the solo episode I did on the topic of Chronic Loneliness: https://youtu.be/aFDRk0kcM40 Want to hear my best interviews from 2023? Check out my interview with Seth Godin on the Song of Significance and my interview with Gretchen Rubin on Life in Five Senses. ===== FOLLOW ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/ Passion Struck is now on the Brushwood Media Network every Monday and Friday from 5–6 PM. Step 1: Go to TuneIn, Apple Music (or any other app, mobile or computer) Step 2: Search for "Brushwood Media” Network
Mental health is a vital aspect of our overall well-being that influences how we think, feel, and act. It encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, affecting our daily functioning, relationships, and ability to cope with life's challenges. However, despite its significance, mental health remains stigmatized and often overlooked in society, especially in the Christian community. Understanding and addressing mental health is crucial not only for individuals but also for promoting healthier communities and societies. Dr. Sherri Yoder is an Author, Coach, Founder, and Executive Director of Thriving Thoughts Global. She refers to herself as a seeker of God's wisdom and the sharer of that wisdom. In this episode, we talked about her journey to becoming a coach and helping women operate from the place of a renewed mind after quitting her job as a clinical psychologist. We also discussed mental health extensively; Common misconceptions The role faith plays How to protect your mental health. Scripture mentioned Roman 8:28 Links If you are inspired by this episode and wish to support the show, please click here To learn more about mental health and about Dr. Sherri's non-profit, visit Thriving Thoughts Global Connect with Dr. Sherri on: Facebook: Dr. Sherri Instagram: Dr. Sherri speaks Connect with Destiny Pickens on: Facebook: Destiny Pickens Instagram: Destiny Pickens Subscribe and share this episode and don't forget to leave a review. Audio Engineering by Chris Pickens --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/destiny-pickens7/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/destiny-pickens7/support
Ericka Michelle Richburg is the author of, "Married to the Dream: An IVF Journey," an inspirational memoir about her journey using in vitro fertilization and the ultimate miracle(s) she conceived. She joined me to talk about her emotional journey, divorcing twice (once while pregnant), and what life is like being a single mother of two children. Connect with Ericka on Instagram at @CNRproductions8 Follow our podcast on Facebook @NateHaberPodcast If you enjoyed this episode, you might also like: Ep. 288 - Frances Jones :: Overcoming the Stigma of Infertility
Stephanie knows first hand where stress and anxiety on the job can lead. She has been there, and as a law enforcement veteran, she understands how hard ot it is to separate yourself from your job. During this podcast, Stephanie shares her darkest moments and describes how she is making a difference to change the way mental health is handled among all first responders. Stephanie Kiesow, M.S. is a writer, author, speaker, and law enforcement veteran. Stephanie worked for three police agencies on the Central Coast of California during her 16 years of service and served as a contract worker for the Alcoholic Beverage Control, Police and Fire Dispatcher, and Police Officer. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the California State University at Channel Islands and her Master's Degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Liberty University. Stephanie also holds many certifications from various organizations, including ones that involve psychological autopsies.In 2022, Stephanie left her job as a police officer and now helps departments and corporations increase organizational safety and wellness through anecdotal and science-backed methods. In particular, she emphasizes the impact of “workicide” and its importance in suicide prevention and postvention. Stephanie has been a contributing writer for a handful of organizations and has been invited to speak as a guest on several podcasts. When not writing, teaching, or presenting, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband and young sons and taking care of her beloved dogs, cats, and chickens. Website: www.BeWorkWell.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-k-1771761b5/
Kidspot Editor Charlotte Willis joins Mel and Sarah to chat about the stories that got readers hot and bothered this week. Have things to say about this episode? Join our Facebook group and share your thoughts! Want to see more of Mel and Jules? You can find them on TikTok via @thejugglingactpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
THA #64 - How can we break down the stigma associated with mental illness in law enforcement by Bartosz (Bart) Wichowski Police officers are often exposed to high levels of stress and trauma, which can take a toll on their mental health. As a result, mental health police officers have been increasingly recognized as a valuable resource for helping law enforcement personnel cope with the challenges of their job. Mental health police officers are specially trained to provide counseling and other mental health services to law enforcement officers. They can help officers manage stress, cope with trauma, and prevent burnout. They can also provide support to officers who are struggling with mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Mental health police officers play an important role in improving the mental health of law enforcement personnel. They can help to ensure that officers are healthy and well-functioning, which can lead to improved job performance and reduced risk of suicide. In addition to providing direct services to law enforcement officers, mental health police officers also play a role in educating the public about mental health issues in law enforcement. They can help to break down the stigma associated with mental illness and promote the importance of seeking help. Mental health police officers are a valuable resource for law enforcement agencies. They can help to improve the mental health of officers, which can lead to improved job performance and reduced risk of suicide. By providing counseling and other mental health services, mental health police officers can help to ensure that law enforcement personnel are healthy and well-functioning, which is essential for keeping our communities safe. Here are some of the challenges faced by mental health police officers: Stigma associated with mental illness in law enforcement Lack of funding and resources Lack of training and education Resistance from within law enforcement agencies Despite these challenges, mental health police officers are making a difference in the lives of law enforcement personnel. They are helping to improve the mental health of officers, which is essential for keeping our communities safe. Enjoy this episode.
In this episode, Jill Blumenthal, MD, MAS, and Kenric B. Ware, PharmD, MBA, AAHIVP, answer questions about HIV PrEP including:Considerations for selecting between oral and injectable PrEP in college studentsStrategies to promote PrEP persistence in adolescents Best approaches to address readiness to start PrEP in adolescents (eg, creating nonjudgmental environments, addressing misconceptions)Considerations for local consent lawsAvailable data on PrEP young adolescents (eg, age and weight limits)Initiatives in place to address racial and ethnic disparities associated with PrEP uptake and persistence The role of on-demand PrEP in transgender individuals receiving gender-affirming hormone therapy Offering patient-centered care Educating healthcare professionals on how to prescribe PrEPFaculty: Jill Blumenthal, MD, MAS Associate Professor of MedicineDivision of Infectious Diseases and Global Public HealthDepartment of MedicineUniversity of California, San DiegoSan Diego, CaliforniaKenric B. Ware, PharmD, MBA, AAHIVP Clinical Associate ProfessorDepartment of Pharmacy PracticeMercer University College of PharmacyAtlanta, GeorgiaLink to full program: https://bit.ly/3Fqdgs9
In recognition of Suicide Prevention Month, we have a well-respected thought leader in the mental health and wellness space, Senior Director of the National Stigma Initiative at Shatterproof, Rachel Cooper.This episode its all about stigma and how it is one of the key drivers and main barriers to treatment and recovery. The national nonprofit organization Shatterproof was founded over 10 years ago. The organization is focused and is grounded on three main components:Increasing access to and quality addiction treatment services. Engaging, mobilizing, and empowering the community. Addressing addiction stigma. Cooper notes "Stigma means different things to different people." We delve deeper into the conversation of substance misuse, mental health, and how they are connected. This powerful episode gives each of us tools we can use to help reduce stigma not only in the world of construction but in the world around us. Click on the link to learn more about Shatterproof.
Navy veteran Lindsay Church, is founder and executive director of Minority Veterans of America and Army veteran Rebekka Eshler is president of Transgender American Veterans Association. The pair continues our special series with a discussion of the prevalence of Military Sexual Trauma in the LGBTQ+ community and how their organizations are addressing the issue. In this series, be aware we will be discussing topics that are sensitive and potentially triggering, so pause and take a break as needed, and remember you can always reach out to the Veterans Crisis Line by dialing 988 and pressing 1. Special Guests: Lindsay Church and Rebekka Eshler.
The Millennial Landscape & Mental Health Challenges - We begin by Acknowledging the Unique Challenges faced by Entrepreneurial Millennials in the Fast-Paced & Dynamic World we live in. - The pressures of Building Careers, Managing Businesses, & Maintaining Personal Lives can take a TOLL on Our Mental Health. - Here are statistics to shed light on the reality of this generation's mental health struggles & Ways To Help 1. According to a report by the American Psychological Association, Millennials experience HIGHER Stress Levels compared to Other Generations, with Money, Work, & Future uncertainties being Major Contributors. 2. The World Health Organization states that Depression is the leading cause of Disability worldwide, affecting people of ALL ages, including Millennials. The Fast-Paced & Competitive Nature of our lives can contribute to this RISING trend. 3. A study by the Anxiety & Depression Association of America found that 72% of Millennials have Experienced Anxiety & Panic Attacks, reflecting the Magnitude of Mental Health Challenges within this Generation. Here are Ways to Help: Acknowledging these challenges is Essential, but it's Equally important to explore ways to Address & Support Millennial Mental Health. As Entrepreneurial Millennials, we can take Proactive Steps to Prioritize Our Well-Being: 1. Open Conversations: Engage in OPEN & HONEST Conversations about Mental Health with Friends, Colleagues, & Loved Ones. Reducing the Stigma surrounding Mental Health helps create a Supportive Environment for those Struggling. 2. Seek Professional Help: DON'T Hesitate to reach out to Mental Health Professionals, Therapists, or Counselors if you feel Overwhelmed. Seeking Support is a sign of Strength, NOT Weakness. 3. Establish Boundaries: Learn to Set Boundaries between Work & Personal Life. - - Overworking & Constant Connectivity can NEGATIVELY impact Mental Health. - - Allocate Time for Self-Care & Relaxation. 4. Embrace Physical Activity: Regular Exercise has proven benefits for Mental Well-Being. - - Incorporate Physical Activities that you enjoy into your routine to REDUCE Stress & Boost Your Mood. 5. Practice Mindfulness: Engage in Mindfulness practices such as Meditation, Deep Breathing, or Yoga to Cultivate Self-Awareness & Reduce Anxiety. 6. Connect with Like-Minded Communities: Join Communities or Support Groups where you can connect with other Entrepreneurial Millennials who understand the Unique Challenges you face. Remember, Taking Care of our Mental Health is not just Essential for Our Well-Being but also Enhances our Entrepreneurial Journey. - - Let's prioritize Mental Health, Support One Another, & Foster a Culture of Growth & Well-Being within the Entrepreneurial Community. Conclusion: Thank you for tuning in to this Educational episode, SAUNAIE community! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/support