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    The Podcast by KevinMD
    Want your skin to look better? Then consider your mental health.

    The Podcast by KevinMD

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 13:16


    "Stigma surrounding mental illness often prevents patients from seeking the mental health care they need, delaying care and prolonging suffering. Fear, embarrassment, and impaired quality of life are a reality for many patients suffering from skin disorders like severe cases of psoriasis, hair loss, or acne. In these cases, assistance from a dermatologist who bridges both specialties might be better accepted by patients and can help them find relief for their skin and mind more quickly. When it comes to helping the millions of Americans suffering from skin issues, whether a flare-up or the management of a chronic condition, exploring both the physical and emotional causes of disease is key to a successful treatment. Neglecting how our emotional lives affect the largest organ of the human body is a mistake, and thankfully, psychodermatological treatments are now available to complement conventional therapies." Katlein França is a dermatologist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Want your skin to look better? Then consider your mental health." Did you enjoy today's episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info

    The Story of a Brand
    Rosy Wellness - The Taboo and Stigma of Sexual Wellness

    The Story of a Brand

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 32:54


    This episode is brought to you by Yotpo.   Getting women's health out from under the radar - that's one of the missions of Rosy Wellness, an app offering women a holistic approach to sexual health and wellness, says Dr. Lyndsey Harper, the brand's Founder and CEO.   "The fact of the matter is, for the most part, medicine has been led by men in the past," Lyndsey says. "Women as physicians and health care consumers are standing up and saying, ‘ this whole experience was not designed for me. I have vast medical health needs that are not being met.' And how do we start to look at those when it comes to women's sexual health specifically?"   Lyndsey's path to Rosy began after college during her medical residency when she learned what OB-GYNs did and continued into private practice, where she and her patients developed strong bonds that evolved into conversations about sexual health.   "I wasn't even asking my patients about their sexual health because I didn't have any resources," she says. "Even if they had said, yes, I have a sexual health problem, I didn't know what to do with that. That wasn't part of my training."   The worst part is the unnecessary shame and isolation the patients were feeling, Lyndsey says. About 43 percent of women have a sexual problem, but nobody was talking about it.   The answer, Lyndsey felt, was to create a platform that could educate women and get them in contact with the necessary resources - as soon as possible.   "It's been so exciting to watch that all unfold, but I'm still as mad today as I was when I started, so there's still a lot of work to be done," she says.   The topic continues to have a taboo feel to it, she says.   "One thing that I think that we've been able to do successfully - and I hope to do really at scale for the world - is to position women's sexual health as not seedy as not some dark part of the Internet where you're going to be erasing your Google search," she says. Women's sexual health should be part of women's health - just as it is for men.   "We can talk about it as physicians, we can get it covered by insurers, we can advertise effectively on all the platforms that we need to advertise on, and we can get physicians trained," she says. "I think it takes a lot of that shame and lack of certainty away from the conversation and can position it in a more weighty, meaningful, and legitimate light."   In Part 1, Lyndsey talks about:   * Gratitude to her former partners at a medical practice who gave her encouragement and support when she left to form her brand. * Why medical research has traditionally revolved around male participants. * Women's growing role in addressing modern health problems. * Her path to women's sexual health as a space. * The need to get help, information, and resources to women ASAP. * The struggle to remove stigmas from the women's sexual health space.   Join Ramon Vela and Dr. Lyndsey Harper as they break down the inside story on The Story of a Brand.   For more on Rosy Wellness, visit: https://meetrosy.com/    Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand,” or click here to listen on your favorite podcast player: Listen now.   *   This episode is brought to you by Yotpo.   Rising acquisition costs and the return to in-store shopping have eCommerce marketers double-clicking on their retention strategy.   Now more than ever, brands need to focus on lifetime value. Yotpo is proud to announce Yotpo Subscriptions on Shopify, making retention easy and affordable for growing brands.   Take 8 minutes, or less, to add a recurring revenue channel to your business.   Download Yotpo Subscriptions from the Shopify App Store today https://apps.shopify.com/yotpo-subscription

    Hear Me Now Podcast
    Overdoses and racial disparity

    Hear Me Now Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 38:41


    Host Seán Collins talks with Dr. Carlos Blanco, lead author of a perspective piece published June 16th in the New England Journal of Medicine titled, "Research to Move Policy — Using Evidence to Advance Health Equity for Substance Use Disorders."The authors note that, despite substantial efforts to address the epidemic of drug-overdose deaths in the United States, racial and ethnic disparities in treatment access and outcomes among patients with substance use disorders have widened. Rates of overdose deaths are rising faster in Black, Latinx, and American Indian and Alaska Native populations than in White populations.Dr. Blanco talks with Seán about barriers to the best care possible along with ways medicine can make that care available to all regardless of race and ethnicity...Carlos Blanco, M.D., Ph.D., MSDirector, Division of Epidemiology, Services, and Prevention ResearchNational Institute on Drug AbuseNational Institutes of HealthRockville, Md..Link to the piece in the New England Journal of Medicine: Research to Move Policy — Using Evidence to Advance Health Equity for Substance Use Disorders.   

    You Learn You Turn
    Stigma keeps police officers from seeking support

    You Learn You Turn

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 41:01


    Police officers and other First Responders are put in life-or-death situations every day. Over time, the emotional toll can be so significant that it leads to mental health challenges. A no-brainer approach would be to have programs and counselors in place to support these brave men and women. Unfortunately, the programs in place are rarely used due to stigma. Officers would be very hesitant to tell anyone in the organization what was really going on in their heads for fear of losing their job or their credibility. Rich and Sheila Goode, a former police officer, discuss the need for support that sits OUTSIDE of the organization. The officers will feel more comfortable asking for help if it's done in private. Listen as Sheila describes what it's like behind the scenes for First Responders and what would really help them get the mental health support they deserve.About Sheila: VP of Clinical Services at Lucent HealthFormer Police OfficerAbout Lucent Health:Lucent Health is a leading third-party administrator serving the self-insured employer market, with a fully integrated care management solution. Lucent Health is human-focused and data-driven, with plan administration, patient care programs and cost controls all under one roof. Best-in-class care management and concierge care solutions are delivered through Narus Health, a Lucent Health company. Narus Health care management services create a better healthcare experience for employees while empowering employers to mitigate costs. Our technology platform pulls nightly data to more intelligently deliver compassionate care to members and their families, who are supported by a skilled care team.

    Madness Cafe
    52. Money: The Wealth Gap, Stigma, A Tool For Freedom with special guest Saundra Davis

    Madness Cafe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 66:29


    Raquel and Jennifer talk about money and the meaning of wealth with guest Saundra Davis, a nationally-recognized financial coach, educator, consultant, and dynamic motivational speaker. Saundra is the founder of FFC Certification and Sage Financial Solutions. Sage Financial Solutions bridges the gap between financial service professions and low-wealth communities. How to contact/follow Saundra:Website: www.sagefinancialsolutions.orgIG: sage.moneyFB: sagemoneyTwitter: sagemoneyArticles/inspiration for this episode:https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesfinancecouncil/2022/02/18/closing-the-generational-wealth-gap-five-ways-to-build-wealth/?sh=5b92419172dfhttps://www.americanprogress.org/article/eliminating-black-white-wealth-gap-generational-challenge/https://www.brookings.edu/research/closing-the-racial-wealth-gap-requires-heavy-progressive-taxation-of-wealth/Let Raquel and Jennifer know what you think about this and other episodes of Madness Cafe on IG @madnesscafepodcast or by email at madnesscafepodcast@gmail.com,And don't forget to rate and review the show wherever you listen!Thanks for listening and responding!

    The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
    Breaking The Stigma w/ Mind Yr Life Founder Dr. Luisa Sanz

    The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 17:34


     Dr. Luisa Sanz is a psychiatrist with over 25 years of experience working mainly with young people. She is immensely passionate about her work, and at the root of all she does, is the drive to help others through understanding, acceptance, compassion, respect and love. Such passion and devotion are unquestionably the results of having two brothers with schizophrenia and living its consequences from the age of 7. Being originally from Madrid, Spain, she moved to England at the age of 26 to specialize in Psychiatry and still lives there. Throughout her professional career, Dr. Sanz has actively contributed to developing services, improving the provision of care for individuals with ADHD/ASD and their families, including developing pathways to optimize diagnosis and treatment. Her special interest has always been in neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly ADHD but also ASD, and this is where she's mainly focussed her work. During her recent career break working as a regional Clinical Director for Mental Health services in the National Health Service, Dr. Sanz founded Mind Yr Life for the purpose of eradicating the stigma around Mental Health (MH). Mind Yr Life does so by, firstly, sharing credible information on MH conditions/illnesses, secondly, having open and honest conversations about personal experiences with MH problems and, thirdly, adopting an attitude towards a) acceptance and love, b) humbleness with an open mind, and c) staying grateful and positive. Today we're talking about her organization and the path that lead her here. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Luisa Sanz discuss:   1:12 - Intro and welcome Luisa!  2:17 - So what pushed you towards focusing your work towards ADHD, ADD, ASD? 3:20 - Talk about some of the challenges you went up against; how attitudes towards the neurodiverse and the environment there was prior to, and after your time at NHS? 5:30 - What have you noticed in terms of changing the conversation/ breaking the stigma? 7:22 - How to break stigma? 8:53 - Tell us about your organization Mind Yr Life! 10:00 - We don't exactly have a blood test for all things neurodiverse, do we 10:50 - Dr. Sanz on her family's experiences with mental health 11:20 - A bad attitude and ignorance are usually contagious  12:17 - When people don't know about mental health illnesses, or about most things for that matter they may feel fearful or threatened; and often times they try and put a person down because that makes them feel more in control, more secured. So.. there is a lot of work to be done!  12:54: How can people find more about you and what you're doing?  On the Web: www.MindYrLife.com Socials: @MindYrLifeMYL on Twitter  Facebook @mind.yr.life on INSTA and Luisa Sanz on YouTube 16:00 - Thank you Luisa! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  16:30 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT:    [00:00:38] Peter: Ladies and gentlemen, good day, and welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal. My name is Peter Shankman. This is the number one podcast on ADD and ADHD and I'm thrilled that you joined us today. We have an unusual guest well all of our guests are a little unusual. This one is unusual, cause she's actually a Doctor. As you know, we have people from all over the world who join us at Faster Than Normal from, from professors to rockstar actual rockstars. Remember we had the band Shinedown. We've had politicians, we've had CEOs. We've had regular ordinary folk and occasionally every once in a while, we've brought in an actual doctor and today is one of those days.  Please welcome Dr. Luisa Sanz who is a psychiatrist with over 25 years of experience working mainly with young people, incredibly passionately. Her drive is to help others through understanding acceptance, compassion, respect, and love. She's originally from Madrid. She moved to England at the age of 26, specialized in psychiatry, still lives there throughout her professional career. She's contributed to developing services, improving the provision of care for individuals with a ADHD and ASD and their families, including developing pathways to optimize diagnosis and treatment. She spent good number of years as a regional clinical director for mental health services in the national health service, she also founded something called Mind Yr Life for the purpose of eradicating a stigma around mental health mind your life does so by sharing credible information on mental health conditions and illnesses. And by having open honest conversations about personal experiences with mental health problems, and thirdly adopting an attitude towards acceptance and love humbleness and open mind and staying grateful and positive. Well, we are grateful and positively thrilled that you joined us today. Dr. Sanz thank you! So for taking the time.  [00:02:10] Dr.Sanz: Oh my pleasure. Thank you to you for inviting me! [00:02:14] Peter: So, what pushed you towards focusing on ADHD and ASD  [00:02:20] Dr.Sanz: I believe that when I first went into specializing in psychiatry, initially I went into adult psychiatry, but I found it a little bit overwhelming because I, I have two brothers who had schizophrenia, and there was too much of the same outside and inside, you know, outside at work and inside at home. So I decided to specialize in children and adolescent, and I thought that I could possibly intervene early life. Uh, of these, of these people and make a bigger difference. And, uh, without a question of doubt, ADHD is the most common condition in mental health altogether, but much more in children and adolescents. So being such a common condition, I was just driven towards, um, to, you know, to, to these, these, these conditions.  [00:03:11] Peter: Interesting. And what was the attitude before you joined, um, national, uh, health service? I'm assuming you spent a lot of time focusing on changing the environment and changing the conversation. How was the attitude before you joined and, and, and can you cite, uh, sort of some of the challenges you went up against, uh, in changing that conversation?  [00:03:32] Dr.Sanz: Yeah. Uh, I think Peter that, uh, for me, because, because I grew up with mental illness at home, you know, through my brothers, I think I, from, from day one, when I became a psychiatrist, I was different in a way to many of the psychiatrists. Because I had believed mental illness from, you know, very, very close in the household. Uh, so my, my approach was different and I, from the very beginning, I always empathize the empathize, the, the, uh, you know, with patients and, and, and, and felt, felt them closer in my heart. And, uh, and you know, the conversations that I always had were, were around. Being more compassionate and, and definitely, definitely not judging, not making assumptions and just accepting people for who they are. Um, in, in with ADHD. I, I, I always believe everything happens the, the way it's meant to. And I was meant to specialize in, in know, neurodevelopmental disorders, ADHD in particular, because, um, more than anything ADHD. I realize that, you know, precisely we can't judge, we can't make assumptions because most of the times those are wrong and people with ADHD my daughter, Peter has ADHD, but people with ADHD are so incredibly creative, charismatic, uh, you know, gifted and, and because of, of others judging and criticizing, we tend to. You know, hinder all those talents and, and, and beautiful, beautiful personalities. So, um, you know, you, your question was how, how have I tried to change those conversations? How have they changed? I suppose that from, from where I stand, my conversations have always been similar. The response I've had is different because for people that know me now, they know they know the type of conversations they can have with me. [00:05:30] Peter: What have you noticed in terms of changing the conversation? I, I kind of feel sometimes, and I I'm gonna continue to do it, you know, until my last breath, but I sometimes feel like it's like emptying the ocean with a, trying to empty the ocean with a teaspoon. Right. It's it's, you know, for every person that we talk to and explain. That, uh, different does not equal bad or that, or that, you know, this is not a disability per se. Uh, we come across schools or, or doctors, whatever who, who treat this exactly as such as a disability. And, and when you're seven years old and you're diagnosed with ADHD, uh, and you're told the first thing you're told, the first thing your parents are told is that you are less than everyone else. That's a hard stigma to shape.  [00:06:10] Dr.Sanz: It, it is aweful and, and the conversations have changed because when I first started, you know, working in ADHD 20 odd years ago, um, the, I had to speak to professionals, to doctors about the fact that. It was a genetic condition. It wasn't about bad parenting. It wasn't about children just being awkward and difficult and naughty. And that those conversations were with professionals. I still occasionally have one of those conversations with a doctor, with a teacher, but not as often more often, uh, than not now people accept that it is a condition, that it is a genetic, uh, inherited, uh, condition. But generally people don't understand how it shows and how it really, uh, what it really means. And again, this, this very wrong assumptions about, you know, when people, don't people with ADHD, don't do certain things. This is still this assumption that they've just been awkward and oppositional, whereas, you know, they don't see what really is happening. In the brain in the executive, you know, function in the, in the brain and in the neuropathways pathways of the brain. So those conversations are still going on and will continue to go on for a very long time. But Peter, that is about stigma and that is about. You know, uh, you know, how, you know, lack of understanding because there's two aspects to the conversations. One is the lack of understanding of what it really means. And the other is, uh, seeing it as a, as you very well defined it as a disability, as a, as a, uh, people are less for having ADHD. So it's, it is both things. 1. People don't understand the actual signs and symptoms and how it really presents. And two then is, you know, very stigmatized and is very derogatory the way it's spoken about. [00:08:11] Peter: It's interesting because you know, other diseases, for lack of a better word, other conditions, you know, they, they don't seem. I guess they don't see it as stigmatized. Right. You know, you don't, you don't look at, um, I mean, mental health as a whole, it has always been stigmatized, but you know, you're never gonna tell someone with cancer. Oh, just pull yourself up by your bull straps or just pay attention more. Right. And yet when the condition is unseen, uh, like ADHD or any foreign mental health, it, it, it it's always seemed like it's much easier to, um, I don't wanna say mock it, but much easier to sort of dismiss it. Right. Which is, I think very, very frustrating for millions of people. Talk to us about, um, uh, Mind your life. I'd love to know a little bit about, uh, this, uh, organization you founded  [00:09:01] Dr.Sanz: well it's, uh, I'm, I'm incredibly passionate about it because the, the purpose, the reason why I created my new life was precisely to eradicate the stigma. And you very well just mentioned Peter, that, um, you know, with mental health, we, at this moment in time, we can't get away. You know, the stigma that is attached to it. And you're absolutely right with other physical illnesses. You know, people are much more understanding, supportive and, and caring with mental health, uh, is very difficult to get that genuine attitude from, from people in general. And the reason comes from the lack of, uh, uh, research and, and investigations with cancer. You can get, you know, some, uh, radiology, uh, Investigation to prove, oh, here there's a tumor. And you can see it is in your livers in here or there, you can do some bood tests and say, yeah, you've got anemia. And this is, this is how it shows with mental health. We can't really, we don't have any x-rays any blood tests or any other physical. Investigation that we can prove what the reason, what, the reason which leads to people, just having opinions. You know, we, um, I sometimes have to laugh when, you know, I hear conversations I'm on the, you know, on, on the cafe, whatever people are making, you know, diagnosis about anxiety, depressions, schizophrenia, even. And I, I think, gosh, you know, most of the psychiatrists you know, that struggle to really, you know, with challenging presentations to get it right. Nevermind people in the streets, but, but we all think we know more than we do. So mind your life was founded because I, I am, you know, uh, very frustrated when I. See in general public, uh, making assumptions about people with mental health problems. And I lived it. I, you know, I was seven years old when my eldest brother became ill with, with the first signs of his schizophrenia. And, and I, we suffered as a family, the stigma we had to move, uh, house because the neighbors were really harsh and, you know, and then, and then I was a teenager when my second brother became ill. So even more of the same. And I, you know, I was, I was a young person thinking, gosh, you know, why, why? You know, public professional services are making life so hard for my brothers and for myself, there's no need for that. And unquestionably Peter. And this is where my heart is. We make people, we make, conditions much harder, much harder because of our, our attitude, because of the way we judge him, the way we, we assume. And, and, and I know my brother one, my eldest brother passed away last January. And, you know, I had beautiful conversations with him before he passed. And I asked him, you know, what, what he would, you know, want to tell people that have mental health problems and, you know, and his words were along the lines of, you know, we we've got each other, we understand what we go through. We just can't take it to heart, what people say and assume about us, because that would kill us. And, and it's really sad when, when people with mental health problems live lives like that. So Mind Yr Life was created to really try and influence people's attitude towards anyone with mental health problem. In fact, Towards anyone that is considered to be different. Um, because when we, when we don't know, we feel threatened and, and people don't know about mental health illnesses about mental conditions and, and they feel threatened because of the ignorance most times. And then they judge and they try and put them down because that makes them feel more in control, more secured. So, you know, there's, there's, there's a lot of work to be done there about eradicating the stigma. But, you know, we, we can, you know, we bit, bit by day by day, you know, we get there,  [00:12:54] Peter: no question about it, Dr. Sanz how can people find, uh, more about you and, and, and where can they go to get more?     On the Web: www.MindYrLife.com Socials: @MindYrLifeMYL on Twitter  Facebook @mind.yr.life on INSTA and Luisa Sanz on YouTube [00:13:00] Dr.Sanz: I thought of the name. And I thought, um, you know, that mind obviously is about caring and looking after, and, and mind is about mental health and, and your, your is spelled with a Y and an R because I thought it's about you. It's about us, but it's about your responsibility and every single one, taking responsibility over, over mental health, over attitude and, and, and changing. And, and life is about, you know, precisely about why, why we live these lives, how do we live it and how do we, you know, live it in a way that is that we, we achieve happiness. Um, so mind your life spell, as I said, with the Y and R um, you know, I've got in the website, there's, I'm, I'm, I'm doing lots of interviews to people that, you know, very willingly speak openly about their experiences with, with mental health. I like to think that I lead by example. And I, I have an interview where I speak about what my experience growing up was, you know, when with, with mental health problems at home and, and, and we do do interviews and we, you know, I I've recently, um, wrote a, a journal, which is a wellbeing guided journal to help people. Particularly people, you know, with, it's not specific for ADHD, but people with ADHD tend to need more guidance, more support, you know, a little bit of a prompt. And, and this journal is to change behaviors. You know, that sometimes you think, oh, I wish I, I could eat more healthy or I could do more exercise or I could make my bed every morning or, you know, so, so it it's to. It's to, uh, support people in making those changes. And the journal starts with giving lots of information about why consistency is important, how, how the brain works and how this consistency provides the, you know, the, the, the, what is needed for, for changing behaviors. So in mind your life, we have. As I said, you know, um, interviews to, uh, to learn more about what people really experience. We have videos that I've, I've uploaded that I do them myself for, for everyone. They're not for professionals they're for everyone that want to learn a little bit more about ADHD, there are three videos on ADHD. There are some on autistic spectrum condition and that there'll be more ?___? We, we, we upload information, informa educational videos. We've got these journal as well. And we do loads of the things, um, that we keep, you know, uploading on the website to, to try and, you know, first make sure that people with mental health problems don't feel that they are on their own because we are all on the same boat. And, and, and second to help those that really want to understand mental health conditions better and support those with mental health conditions in a, in a healthier manner. You know, uh, we've got the information available as well. Excellent.  [00:15:58] Peter: Well, Dr. Sounds thank you so much for taking the time. We really appreciate you coming on faster than normal. And, uh, we'll have you back again.  [00:16:04] Dr.Sanz: Oh, I, I love that Peter. Uh, I would love that. Thank you so much for having me today.  [00:16:10] Peter: Always guys, as always, we appreciate you listening. If you like what you heard, you could drop us a review. I know I say that every week. I really mean it this time…. —   Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!

    New Work Stories
    Unerfüllter Kinderwunsch: Was der Trend rund um Family-Tech für die neue Arbeitswelt bedeutet

    New Work Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:57


    Die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf ist eines der Kernthemen von New Work. Immer mehr Unternehmen bieten ihren Mitarbeiterinnen sogar technologische Benefits wie das Einfrieren von Eizellen an. Um mehr darüber zu erfahren, sprechen wir heute mit Christoph Müller-Guntrum, dem Gründer und CEO des Unternehmens Fertilly. Heute geht es darum, dass ein Kinderwunsch nicht nur Frauensache ist, was der Trend rund um Family-Tech für die neue Arbeitswelt bedeutet und warum Fruchtbarkeit immer noch voller Tabus und Stigma ist.

    Kevin Polky - The Journey
    Kevin Polky - The Journey #177 | Rachel Bagne

    Kevin Polky - The Journey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 34:34


    Breaking the Stigma and Our Relationship with Food During this episode we have a special guest, Rachel Bagne shares her experience and thoughts on eating disorders and disorder eating. She believes whole-heartedly eating disorders do not have a face. Every situation is different and unique to the person. Along with our society this is heavily body conscious and diet driven. She is making difference with the services she is offering at her company Real Beautiful You. Check out www.realbeautiful.me.

    Dayne_n_simple
    Stigma behind Southern dialect

    Dayne_n_simple

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:56


    Some of you all definitely missed the point. You're focused on the show and how we talk but not the stigma behind it or why we talk the way we do.

    The Jason Rantz Show
    Hour 1 - Stigma

    The Jason Rantz Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:56


    What's Trending: Astonishing 10,000% increase in catalytic converter theft due to WA Democrat's law, and after Democrat policies hurt the mental health of students, they gave kids “mental health” days to take off. A double homicide in Wallingford.  Seattle keeps throwing money at plans that do not work.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Take Your Pills, Psychopath!
    Ep. 31 PTSD and Surviving Rape Trauma w/ Kelly Bachman

    Take Your Pills, Psychopath!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:11


    Comedian Kelly Bachman opens up about her PTSD and being a survivor of rape trauma. Kelly has a comedy show with fellow comedian Dylan Adler entitled, "Rape Victims are Horny Too," that is being recorded as a special to be released by Comedy Dynamics. Follow Kelly on Twitter: @BellyKachman. Follow Kelly on IG: @KellyBachman. Support John on Patreon: patreon.com/jfod. Join John's newsletter: jfodnews.com.

    Gin & Justice
    Kristine Scott: Mental Health, Trauma, Stigma and Police Officers

    Gin & Justice

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 61:21


    This week on Gin & Justice, Justine and Amanda speak with Kristine of Seattle Conflict Resolution.  Kristine shares her experience of working as a social worker for 30 years, working with homeless youth, and how one day when she thought she was doing the right thing - turned into a complete eye opener for her!  Kristine dives into the mental health of police officers, the lack of services available to them, and the importance for all of us to process our own trauma so we can always show up as our best selves.  Also, Kristine discusses the high rates of domestic violence within police officers and what the link might be.  To learn more about Kristine, visit her website:https://www.seattleconflictresolution.com/This week's featured news:https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2022/06/18/pennsylvania-teen-exonerated/Don't forget to leave us a review and find us and any updates on all of our social media.https://www.ginandjusticepodcast.com

    Knockin' Doorz Down
    Brandon Pinon | Breaking Negative Cycles & Patterns, Focusing On Goals And Doing The Work

    Knockin' Doorz Down

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 44:37


    Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast on all platforms for more amazing interviews at https://www.kddpodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. Jason sat down with Brandon Pinon of High 5 Fit Club to discuss how he turned hardship into her passion. They spoke about his childhood of he and his brother were raised by a single mother and his grandmother. In his youth dreaming of lofty goals and his passion for professional wrestling set him on a path toward success.  Brandon accepted that he didn't want his father in his life once in adulthood. He faced a normal amount of adversity, with many positive mentors along his path and some negative as well.  Once Brandon trained to be a professional wrestler he overcame and adapted to the challenges in front of him when chasing his goals.  Through hard work and determination which included eliminating alcohol from his life, he had the opportunity to audition for the WWE. All though he wasn't signed to a contract he remains grateful for the opportunity.  Brandon shifted his focus from professional wrestling to his other passion, fitness. Just prior to the pandemic he started the High 5 Fit Club. As a mentor to those new to fitness, intermediate experience, and advanced, Brandon has used his life experience and knowledge to help others transform their lives.  Clients have included those with substance issues, unhealthy food habits, and other afflictions looking to build a more positive lifestyle.   This is Brandon Pinon in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Brandon Pinon https://www.instagram.com/h5limited/  For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ 

    Fearless Freedom with Dr. G
    Ending the Stigma of People in Larger Bodies: Dr. Ashley White

    Fearless Freedom with Dr. G

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 49:41


    Dr. Ashley White is a Canadian physician taking on the stigma of what people in larger bodies have to deal with when they try to move about the world.  That stigma can be really debilitating.   She grew up with body and weight stigma and being 6 feet tall added to how she was perceived and treated, even in medical school.  After participating in a program that ultimately saw her lose weight, she noticed a shift in how patients and colleagues interacted with her.   Her mission is to build a system that helps people recognize that being in the culture that we're in is part of why people think poorly of their bodies and that by equipping them with a mechanism framework for thinking about eating experiences, people can bring their eating experiences in line with their values and who they are as people.   In this episode, we talk about fear and parenting, as well as “shop talk”.  (You can't get 2 ER physicians together and not bring in some of our everyday experiences.)     Dr. White also puts Dr. G in the hot seat for a bit!   Learn more about Dr. Ashley White here:  www.drashleywhite.com   Guest Bio: Dr. Ashley White is an industry leader in challenging the weight-as-health dogma. Her groundbreaking work with Responsive Eating ™ has encouraged a critical shift in the medical field in the way people with larger bodies are perceived and treated. As a trusted clinician, educator, and parent, Dr. Ashley White's mission is to use her signature methodology of Responsive Eating™ to facilitate appetite literacy so that people in larger bodies can unlearn, push back against, and liberate themselves from diet culture. She is a family and emergency medicine doctor by training, and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine, though she doesn't use the term "obesity" in regular practice.   ___________________ Subscribe to this podcast and download your favorite episodes to listen to later: AppleSpotify RSS Feed ___________________   ⚕️ Are you a woman healthcare professional who is struggling to juggle everything in your personal and professional life?  

    Sternstunde Religion
    Achtung Menstruationsblut!

    Sternstunde Religion

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 58:27


    Unrein und gefährlich? Bis heute wird die Menstruation gesellschaftlich tabuisiert. Dabei spielen religiöse Reinheitsvorstellungen eine nicht zu unterschätzende Rolle. Längst überholt geglaubte Vorstellungen stigmatisieren noch immer den Prozess des Menstruierens. Was steht hinter diesem Phänomen? Gross war der Aufschrei in den sozialen Medien, als zwei Unternehmensgründer ihre «Pinky Gloves» in einer TV-Sendung vorstellten. Dabei handelt es sich um pinkfarbene Plastikhandschuhe, mit denen Menstruierende vor dem Kontakt mit dem eigenen Periodenblut geschützt und die diskrete Entsorgung von Hygieneprodukten gesichert sein sollte. Periodenblut, etwas Ekliges, gar Peinliches? Selbst in Werbungen für Menstruationsprodukte wird das Blut bis heute entfremdet als blaue Flüssigkeit dargestellt. Was also steckt hinter diesem Verdrängungsphänomen, dieser Unsichtbarmachung? Noch bis ins 20. Jahrhundert wurde der Periode Toxizität nachgesagt und Menstruierende wurden damit geächtet. Von der Antike bis in die Neuzeit haftete dem monatlichen Blutfluss ein Stigma an: Im Sinne der (rituellen) Unreinheit, des Mangels, der Giftigkeit oder als Folge des Sündenfalls. Diese Erklärungen zogen normierende Beschränkungen der Frau mit sich, was nicht zuletzt in der Verweigerung höherer religiöser Ämter resultierte und teilweise noch immer resultiert. Weshalb gilt Blut, zumal weibliches, als unrein? Weshalb schämen wir uns dafür und ekeln uns davor? Und was braucht es, um das Menstruationstabu in unserer aufgeklärten Gesellschaft zum Verschwinden zu bringen? Olivia Röllin im Gespräch mit der Kulturwissenschaftlerin Elisabeth Lechner und der Indologin und Philosophin Angelika Malinar. Eine Wiederholung der «Sternstunde Religion».

    RPG Bookclub
    Bookclub no Kiseki - Sky The 3rd - Part 5 - Dark Stigma

    RPG Bookclub

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 51:22


    This episode was originally Ko-Fi exclusive. If you'd like to get these episodes when they come out, please consider donating on www.rpgbook.club. This episode covers the Fourth Chapter of the 3rd game, Trails in the Sky The 3rd! --------------------------------------------------------------------- discord.gg/hPHQCrs Music for Bookclub no Kiseki comes from The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky SC by Falcom jdk. Copyright © Nihon Falcom Corporation

    The Daily Swole
    #2234 - Stigma Is NOT Making You Fat

    The Daily Swole

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 82:53


    Do not let your feelings dictate your life. Playing the victim will ALWAYS result in you needing someone else to take care of your problems because you don't have control! SwoleFam Member Spotlight from Bryan, keep crushing it bro, proud to have you in the SwoleFam!   Join The SwoleFam Download The 7 Pillars Ebook Watch The Daily Swole APPAREL - Use code "DAILYSWOLE" for 10% off Try A Swolega Class From Inside Swolenormous X Get Your Free $10 In Bitcoin   Questions? Email Us: Support@Swolenormous.com

    Love Deep Lab Podcast
    The Magic of Lube

    Love Deep Lab Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 9:32


    Feeling like sex is better a little more "wet"?Have no idea what kind of lube to buy or try?Feeling ashamed for needing lube?Then tune in today for all things LUBE!Join us as we dive into:Stigma's around lube and how they are bullshitBenefits of lubeHow to pick a lube?Types of lubeFor more inspiration follow along on IG @lovedeeplabor TikTok @TouchySubjectsssThank you for being brave in opening your hearts to LOVE DEEP!!See you next episode!!

    Mate Helping Mate
    11. Overcoming the stigma of opening up

    Mate Helping Mate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 20:08


    Even though we know that a problem shared is a problem halved, the idea of opening up might scare us shitless. Once you've acknowledged you have a problem, the next step is addressing it, telling someone about it and opening up. Simple eh! But bloody hard to do. By finding a person or a place where you feel that you can open up a bit, we tend to find others who have walked the walk, had similar troubles and with whom we can relate to. In this episode you'll hear from people just like you, who took this step, opened up and have moved positively forward with their lives. They are opening up to you. ****The advice in this podcast is of a general nature, and not an excuse for not seeing your GP or medical professional. There's some handy links over at the Mate helping Mate website to learn more about resources you can access. If you need to talk to someone right now give Lifeline a call on 13 11 14. We're bloody grateful for all the support we've received to make this podcast possible, including the show's sponsors the The Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network (MPHN) and their ‘Empowering our communities' grant which is the federal government's way of walking the talk; demonstrating their commitment to supporting families and communities living with the impacts of natural disasters. The program aims to support suicide prevention and encourage rural communities to seek out mental health support. This podcast is also brought to you by the NSW Department of Primary Industries. Through resilience building activities, they support primary producers experiencing natural disasters. This podcast is by Room3, a production company that work with charities and for-purpose businesses. Finally, you can keep in touch with John Harper and Mate Helping Mate over at matehelpingmate.com.au

    The Takeaway
    How Stigma and Discrimination Affect the Bisexual+ Community

    The Takeaway

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 8:54


    Pride month is about celebrating the LGBTQ community and bringing light to the issues the community still faces, ranging from homophobia and transphobia to economic insecurity to civil rights and liberties. Today, we're highlighting another set of issues: something that members of the B in LGBTQ struggle with: biphobia, or bi-antagonism, and bi-erasure. Many people in the bi-plus community – which includes bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual folks, among others – feel invisible, invalidated, and dismissed by members in and outside of the LGBTQ community. Pressured to “choose a side” –  in other words, to identify as straight or gay–many bi-plus people find themselves in limbo when it comes to finding acceptance and understanding, and as a consequence, can struggle with adverse physical and mental health issues. In fact, according to the Bisexual Resource Center, bi-plus people face even higher rates of depression and anxiety than lesbians and gay men. For more on this we speak with Belle Haggett Silverman, President of the Board of Directors of the Bisexual Resource Center.

    The Takeaway
    How Stigma and Discrimination Affect the Bisexual+ Community

    The Takeaway

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 8:54


    Pride month is about celebrating the LGBTQ community and bringing light to the issues the community still faces, ranging from homophobia and transphobia to economic insecurity to civil rights and liberties. Today, we're highlighting another set of issues: something that members of the B in LGBTQ struggle with: biphobia, or bi-antagonism, and bi-erasure. Many people in the bi-plus community – which includes bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual folks, among others – feel invisible, invalidated, and dismissed by members in and outside of the LGBTQ community. Pressured to “choose a side” –  in other words, to identify as straight or gay–many bi-plus people find themselves in limbo when it comes to finding acceptance and understanding, and as a consequence, can struggle with adverse physical and mental health issues. In fact, according to the Bisexual Resource Center, bi-plus people face even higher rates of depression and anxiety than lesbians and gay men. For more on this we speak with Belle Haggett Silverman, President of the Board of Directors of the Bisexual Resource Center.

    OUTCincinnati
    Out Cincinnati 2022-06-16 feat LGBTQ+ Professor - Author Jason Whitesel

    OUTCincinnati

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:55


    Get ready to be schooled! Jason Whitesel is an Assistant Associate Professor of Women's and Gender studies and Sociology at Illinois State University in Normal. He is the author of Fat Gay Men: Girth, Mirth, and the Politics of Stigma.

    Highlights from The Hard Shoulder
    "Stigma is in every part of life when you live with obesity."

    Highlights from The Hard Shoulder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 10:22


    Earlier this week on The Hard Shoulder, Kieran discussed the stigma that surrounds obesity, how it can stop people from getting the healthcare they need, and even stop them progressing in life as they should. Bernadette Keenan, patient advocate and member of Irish Coalition of People Living with Obesity, joined Kieran to discuss how she has dealt with stigma and the assumptions that are made about people living with obesity.

    Insight with Beth Ruyak
    Joshua's House Hospice for Terminally Ill Homeless | Sacramento LGBT Center on Monkeypox and Reducing Stigma | Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus

    Insight with Beth Ruyak

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


    Joshua's House Hospice for those terminally ill experiencing homelessness. Sacramento LGBT Center discusses monkeypox and reducing harm as well as stigma. Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus previews their Spring concert. Today's Guests Marlene von Friederichs-Fitzwater, founder of Joshua's House Hospice, which will become the first hospice care for those terminally ill experiencing homelessness in the West Coast.  David Heitstuman, CEO of the Sacramento LGBT Center, as well as Director of Advocacy and Training Alexis Sanchez, discusses the balance of raising awareness of monkeypox while reducing harm and stigma. Christian Bohm, Artistic Director of the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus, previews their Spring concert SGMC To the Max! featuring classic rock and pop songs from the 1980s. 

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    Novel App Launched to Test Social Cognition

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 3:58


    A researcher at the National College of Ireland has recently developed an app for the Apple iPad to allow researchers examine social cognition using a touch-screen interface and realistic videos of actors interacting. Social cognition refers to our ability to understand the thoughts and feelings of other people. Social cognition helps us to understand others and plays an important role in our social behaviour. Some individuals, with conditions such as schizophrenia, experience difficulties with social cognition. Research suggests that these difficulties are an important barrier to recovery from mental illness. As such, current research aims to help individuals with social cognition through cognitive therapy or group activities. However, many of the psychological tests used to assess social cognition in research studies require a trained researcher to administer the test, and use unrealistic pictures or cartoons to portray facial expressions and social cues. To address these challenges, Dr David Mothersill, Programme Director and lecturer on the BA (Hons) in Psychology at the National College of Ireland, came up with the novel app for the Apple iPad that allows researchers to examine social cognition using a touch-screen interface and realistic videos of actors interacting. cTOM was designed in collaboration with Professor Gary Donohoe, Professor of Psychology at National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), and the code was developed by Professor. Jim Duggan, Conor O'Grady, and Jennifer Murray from NUIG's School of Computer ScienceThe app is currently being used in research being conducted at NUI Galway and UCD. Computerised Theory of Mind (cTOM) is designed for use by professionals and is free to download here. Dr Mothersill notes: “For the past number of years my research has been focused on improving outcomes for people with schizophrenia, a mental health condition that affects about 3,900 people in Ireland. “A big problem for many people experiencing mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia, is stigma. Negative attitudes and behaviours towards people experiencing mental health conditions can affect employment, access to accommodation, and the emotional impact of stigma can be a profound source of suffering. “In young people, mental health stigma is also a barrier to seeking help, which is particularly concerning given that most mental health conditions develop before the age of 24.” Further research on mental health stigma and social cognition In a recent paper, psychologists at the National College of Ireland examined mental health stigma in over 300 people across Ireland ‘Knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours towards schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and autism' in the Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine. The results suggest that people have more negative attitudes and behaviours towards schizophrenia compared to some other mental health conditions, and most participants felt they were not informed enough about mental health by the media. Building on this research, a new laboratory has recently been established in the National College of Ireland: the Stigma and Mental Health Ireland (SAMI) Laboratory, directed by Dr April Hargreaves, Dr David Mothersill, and Dr Gerard Loughnane. SAMI has received generous funding from Esther Ireland to carry out further stigma research in a population-representative sample of 1,000 participants in Ireland, and is partnering with The Carter Centre to repeat this research in a further 1,000 participants in Liberia, to compare mental health stigma between Europe and Africa. Ultimately, it is hoped that this research will provide key data for Government policies and campaigns targeting mental health stigma, such as the See Change Green Ribbon campaign.

    Mentally Healthy Nation
    16: Language Matters

    Mentally Healthy Nation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 39:57


    The words we use have power and can, even unintentionally, contribute to the stigma associated with mental illness. To address this, the Well Beings Campaign developed the Mental Health Language Guide to equip adults, regardless of their experience, with person-first language tools for discussing mental health concerns with youth.  On this episode, Alita McCalmon, project lead for the Mental Health Language Guide and Senior Manager of National Education for WETA Television, talks to us about the guide and shares how our language can help create safe spaces for youth, our LGBTQIA community members, folks with disabilities, people with mental health conditions, and more.  Resources for this episode:  Well Beings Mental Health Language Guide Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness trailer Our Turn to Talk  Check out the rest of our podcast family at https://psychiatry.org/podcasts 

    The MSing Link
    68. Less Stigma, More Joy with Jenn Powell

    The MSing Link

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:18


    Who doesn't want more joy in their lives? With a disease such as Multiple Sclerosis, or any disability really, it can be hard to keep a mindset of joy rather than thinking of the stigmas that can be associated with the disease. Jenn Powell has some amazing view points, and tips to help with just that! Jennifer is the Director of Community Engagement for BioNews (Multiple Sclerosis News Today is a subsidiary of BioNews). Jenn is also the host of the Multiple Sclerosis Podcast as well as a featured columnist. An active advocate in the MS community, Jenn imparts her hopeful optimism into real-life challenges facing the MS community. Now with secondary-progressive MS, Jenn continues to elevate the patient voice to better the lives of those living with MS. When she is not writing, Jenn enjoys volunteering with her local golden retriever rescue, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Jenn resides in Orange County, California, with her husband and golden retrievers. Find Jenn on Social Media: Multiple Sclerosis News Today: Silver Linings Column The Multiple Sclerosis Podcast Facebook: Multiple Sclerosis News Today Twitter: Multiple Sclerosis News Today Instagram: Multiple Sclerosis News Today Soundcloud: Multiple Sclerosis News Today LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jennifer-jenn-powell-354674182 Additional Resources: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/insider Reach out to Me: Gretchen@DoctorGretchenHawley.com Website: www.MSingLink.com Social Media: ★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mswellness ★ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctor.gretchen ★ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/doctorgretchenhawley?sub_confirmation=1 → Game Changers Course: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/GameChangersCourse → Total Core Program: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/TotalCoreProgram → The MSing Link: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/TheMSingLink

    RESET
    Abortion Stories: The stigma surrounding abortion leaves some helpless

    RESET

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 16:17


    At 17 years-old, Jane discovered she was pregnant after being sexually assaulted. Her pro-life upbringing in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints left her scared and ashamed to try and get an abortion. So, she took matters into her own hands. After sitting in a hot tub for hours, drinking extensive amounts of caffeine, and relentlessly exercising, Jane induced a miscarriage–a excrutiatingly painful experience. Reset listens to Jane's story and processes the content with WBEZ government and politics reporter Kristen Schorsch. Host: Sasha-Ann Simons Producer: Isabelle Earl Guest: Kristen Schorsch

    RESET
    The pandemic made escaping domestic abuse harder, especially for immigrant women

    RESET

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:14


    Stigma, shame and lack of resources are some of the factors that make it hard for people harmed by domestic violence to flee a dangerous situation. But for some immigrant women—who might me less connected to social services—it can be even more difficult. Reset spoke to the leaders of two organizations that provide crisis support to domestic violence survivors to learn how cultural competence is key to providing immigrant women the care they need. Host: Sasha-Ann Simons Producers: Claire Hyman, Stephanie Kim Guests: Linda Tortolero, Neha Gill

    Family Life News
    22-0607_Special Feature_Removing The Stigma Around Marital Therapy

    Family Life News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 5:31


    Dr. Greg Smalley, Focus on the Family's Vice President of Marriage, discusses why marriage counseling can be seen in a negative light, and how to move past that to strengthen your marriage.

    Life In Scrubs
    Breaking Down the Stigma Surrounding Death with Hospice RN Courtney

    Life In Scrubs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 58:11


    In This Episode, You Will Learn: A new perspective on hospice that most people don't know about. Advice for new nurses in hospice & nurses interested in going into end of life care. The difference between critical care and end of life care. How to start creating content for an online space.   Resources + Links: Connect with Courtney on Instagram | @court.nurse   Connect with us on Instagram | @lifeinscrubspodcast   Follow along with our personal Instagram pages too!   Connect with Kristen on Instagram | @thenursekristen    Connect with Maddi on Instagram | @nurse.maddi   Show Notes: We all know working hospice can get a bad rep, but is any of it true? In today's episode, we'll be breaking down the stigma and beliefs surrounding end of life care with hospice RN, Courtney! Courtney has a background in oncology and ICU and is working towards graduating with her DNP. She'll give her perspective of hospice care as well as share expert advice for new nurses starting in or interested in hospice. Then, we'll touch on the issues with glorifying the struggle of nursing life, how to start prioritizing your own health, and tips for creating online content. Get ready to rethink everything you know about the life of a hospice nurse with @court.nurse! 00:40 Say hello to our friend, Courtney, a hospice nurse here to discuss end of life care! 02:00 Who is Courtney? 05:05 What was your first experience with end of life care? 06:35 How did you find out that ICU wasn't for you? 07:45 Did you want to know what you wanted to do after graduation? 08:55 What is the difference between critical care and end of life care? 12:30 The stigma surrounding hospice. 13:40 As a hospice nurse, what terminology do you use with patients' families? 16:55 Why is it important for healthcare workers to be transparent about death? 19:05 What advice do you have for newer nurses having to deliver news? 21:40 What do most people not know about hospice? 25:35 Tips for nurses interested in going into hospice. 29:45 Where do you recommend starting? 32:15 What options are there working outside a hospital setting? 34:55 Why should we stop glorifying the struggle? 38:45 What is DNP? 40:40 What made you build an Instagram? 42:45 How do you create your content for Instagram? 45:45 TikTok versus Instagram. 48:20 How do you get started on TikTok and Instagram? 52:00 Challenging the stigma of Botox, fillers, and other cosmetic surgery.

    To Write Love on Her Arms
    Episode 507: "Borderline Personality Disorder: Seeking the Gray" with Genevieve Jacobs and counselor Patrick Miranda

    To Write Love on Her Arms

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 55:06


      Borderline Personality Disorder. It has been deemed a heavy diagnosis. One that has been linked to characteristics such as manipulative, self-destructive, unstable, selfish, and untreatable. It is described as involving patterns of wavering interpersonal relationships, a distorted sense of self, and emotional reactions that are characterized as intense.    In this episode, we're going to confront some truly harmful labels, reiterate that this diagnosis, contrary to popular belief, is indeed treatable, and note that amidst the black and white thinking, there is a middle space of gray to be found and known. To help us tackle all of these things and more, we'll be joined by Genevieve Jacobs and counselor Patrick Miranda.   Genevieve is a resident physician navigating the roles of both doctor and patient with her diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. She is passionate about addressing the stigma associated with physician mental health and seeking help. Gen currently lives in Ontario, Canada, with her partner and their dog. Outside of work, you can often find her kayaking, adventuring with her pup, or working on being a better plant mom.   Patrick Miranda has worked in multiple treatment settings, including residential and outpatient services for substance use disorders. He has experience working with adolescents, adults, and families with a range of therapeutic issues, including addiction, mood disorders, trauma, and suicidality. He especially enjoys working with those in the LGBTQ+ community. In his downtime, Patrick reads a lot and plays an exceptional amount of video games.    Show Notes (Links of ours and guests):   Download a transcript of this episode at twloha.com/podcast.   Follow TWLOHA on social media at: twitter.com/TWLOHA instagram.com/twloha/ facebook.com/towriteloveonherarms/   Visit our FIND HELP page of mental health resources at twloha.com/find-help/.   Get connected for free, 24/7 to a trained crisis counselor via Crisis Text Line by texting TWLOHA to 741741.   Connect with our team by emailing podcast@twloha.com.   Learn more about the podcast and previous episodes at twloha.com/podcast.   Download TWLOHA's daily-use self-care app, The Hopeful, at twloha.com/thehopeful/.   Purchase the “I Hate You—Don't Leave Me” book by going to https://www.amazon.com/Hate-You-Dont-Leave-Me/dp/0380713055.    Read the words of Genevieve Jacobs at https://twloha.com/blog/author/genevieve-jacobs/.    To access the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook, go to https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Dialectical_Behavior_Therapy_Skills/pan4976pG6sC?hl=en&gbpv=1&printsec=frontcover.    For resources and more information on Borderline Personality Disorder, you can visit https://nami.org/About-Mental-Illness/Mental-Health-Conditions/Borderline-Personality-Disorder/Support, https://www.nyp.org/bpdresourcecenter/professionals/publications, and https://emotionsmatterbpd.org/.    Credits:   This episode of the TWLOHA podcast was hosted by Chad Moses and produced by Rebecca Ebert. Music assistance was provided by James Likeness and Ben Tichenor. 

    Chuck Shute Podcast
    Sean Dowdell (Grey Daze)

    Chuck Shute Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 68:44


    Sean Dowdell is a musician, author and businessman. He is the drummer for Grey Daze, which features the late Chester Bennington on vocals. There is a new album out on July 1st called “The Phoenix”, which also features Dave Navarro and Filter's Richard Patrick.  We discuss the new music plus mental health, business, politics, the entitlement culture and so much more! Fascinating conversation with Sean!0:00:00 - Intro0:00:53 - New Grey Daze Album 0:02:55 - Evolution of the Music 0:06:35 - Chester Bennington & Emotion0:07:37 - How to Listen & TV/Movie Placement 0:11:40 - Streaming & Listens 0:14:30 - Lyrics & Pearl Jam Influence 0:17:40 - STP Album with Chester 0:18:36 - KISS, Guns n Roses & Band Dynamics 0:23:55 - Pearl Jame, Prince, RHCP & Soundgarden 0:28:05 - Motley Crue & Soundtrack to Your Life 0:29:44 - Chester Bennington & Something Not Right 0:35:25 - Stigma of Mental Health & Society Downward Spiral 0:38:40 - Opportunity in America & Entitlement Culture 0:41:55 - Transgender Athletes & Helping People 0:44:30 - Innovation, Competition, & College 0:49:30 - Politicians & Loyalty to Political Party 0:53:10 - Club Tattoo, Waterface & Continuing Music 0:57:20 - Touring with Grey Daze,  Hologram & Guests0:59:45 - Pete Loran from Trixter 1:02:05 - Antidepressants 1:06:20 - New Leaf Foundation 1:07:32 - Outro Grey Daze website:https://www.greydazemusic.comNew Leaf Foundation website:https://www.turnanewleaf.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show

    Tactical Leadership
    Overcoming The Stigma Associated With Psychedelic Treatments With Josh Bartch

    Tactical Leadership

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 36:23


    “Every story is different, every experience is different and how people talk about is completely different as well. But one thing that is always consistent is this is just as profound kind of enlightenment, if you will, as to they understand their disease and why they're experiencing what they have and the root of the problem, just on a really different level.” – Joshua Bartch In today's episode, we welcome Joshua Bartch, he is the Director, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of Mydecine Innovations Group (MIG). Joshua's entrepreneurial career took off in 2009 when he co-founded AudioTranscriptionist.com and founded a boutique investment firm that operated through the U.S. and Canadian markets. In 2014, Bartch co-founded Cannabase.io, the U.S.'s most significant legal and sophisticated cannabis wholesale platform. He took successful exits from AudioTransciptionist.com, Doctor's Orders, and Cannabase.io. In this conversation, Joshua's goal is to bring more effective treatments to those who need them most. He found that current treatments are not effective and that this is a major focus of their work. [00:01 - 07:26] Who is Josh Bartch? Zack introduces his guest Josh Bartch Josh talks about his company, Mydecine, a biotechnology company which is focused on mental disorders and addiction He talks about assembling a team with extensive background on drug development in order to drive a successful company Mydecine is developing a drug to help smokers quit, based on the molecule psilocybin, which the active component of medicinal mushrooms The drug is being developed in partnership with https://www.jhu.edu/ (Johns Hopkins) [07:27 - 13:06] On A Mission To Educate Veterans About The Potentials Benefits of Psychedelics Josh acknowledges the contributions of https://www.mydecine.com/news-media/press-releases/detail/84/mydecines-chief-medical-officer-dr-rakesh-jetly-to (Dr. Rakesh) After numerous months of research, they found that most of the population was biologically verified completely absent from smoking They aim to combat stress with a focus on working with veterans' organizations His team is focused on developing treatments for PTSD in veterans, which is a population that is particularly resistant to treatment Their studies show how psychedelics may be able to play a role in treating these conditions Josh discusses how the team has been successful in getting veterans organization on board with their mission and educating them about the potential benefits of treatments using psychedelics [13:07 - 17:51] Overcoming The Stigma Associated With Psychedelic Treatments Josh understands that people have been through different things, whether it's PTSD or trauma-related or have become addicted to different aspects of things How Josh is reaching out to Alpha-types  As soldiers, they are taught to be tough and they would need a therapist to penetrate through the brain Mydecine's goal is to get the general medical community to think that prescribing clinicians will prescribe psychedelics, and it has put out a media platform to do this It offers guided meditations and other ancillary services to its users Josh discusses the challenges and stigma associated with psychedelic treatment and how Johns Hopkins is working to overcome these obstacles   [17:52 - 30:22] The Importance of Changing Public Perception of Psychedelics Josh emphasizes the importance of changing public perception of psychedelics in order to facilitate wider acceptance and use He knows a lot of people suffers from addiction and addiction is a huge problem in society Josh discusses the business side of psychedelics that it is different pharmaceuticals but the treatment is the same Josh's company is daring big pharma to catch up in order treat people to make medicine bills inexpensive [30:23 - 30:44] Closing Segment Josh shares that his organization's goal is to help people with PTSD and other mental health issues, and they...

    Healthcare Superteams
    Mental Health Stigma: What Is It and Why It Matters. A Conversation with Dr. Kristin Kosyluk.

    Healthcare Superteams

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 41:32


    We can all help prevent suicide. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. Help is available: 800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/For more information on Dr. Haru Okuda, visit https://camls-us.org/about/leadership/.  For more information on Dr. Kristin Kosyluk, visit https://www.usf.edu/cbcs/mhlp/faculty-staff/kosyluk.aspx .Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Email us at ipep@usf.edu. For more information on USF Health, visit https://health.usf.edu/.

    Knockin' Doorz Down
    Kimberly Stark | Flourish, Thrive, Redefine and Redeem Your Hardships

    Knockin' Doorz Down

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 77:47


    Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast on all platforms for more amazing interviews at https://www.kddpodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. Jason sat down with Kimberly Stark to discuss the impact of legislation and the status quo of addiction recovery. They spoke about the work Kimberly is doing in the mental health community and her work with different organizations to better the overall well-being of all in the workplace. Kimberly Stark pulls from both her life experience and the work of experts in various areas of wellbeing.  Ms. Stark has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Biola University with a minor in religious studies.   Years ago Kimberly found herself on the floor, her familiar world broken wide open and apart. She was without income, responsible for four (amazing) kids, with no idea how to begin to build from there. Through sometimes painful twists and turns, she rediscovered her resilience, uncovered her grit, and learned from and developed relationships with life skills and wellness leaders. It was through and because of this journey and education that she founded The Flourish Consultancy, with a mission to support people like herself - your employees, your teachers, your students, YOU - in navigating life's uncertainties through proven process and practice. Kimberly sees that so many are Unprepared for Adulthood. We've received no formal training in navigating the challenges we're guaranteed to face. How do I rebuild after a crisis? How do I remain equanimous through future uncertainty? Not to mention basics like… how do I build and maintain healthy finances and relationships? That is the work she is doing at Flourish, where they're all about creating strategy. Their intensive masterclass is designed with proven tools to support individuals in the practice of developing resilience and cognitive strength so that they can finally experience change. This is Kimberly Stark in her own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Kimberly Stark www.theflourishconsultancy.com  For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ 

    Road to Hope Radio
    Mitigating The Stigma Of Mental Heal Diagnosis

    Road to Hope Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 38:53


    We take a look at being diagnosed with a mental health issue. What does that mean? How does that relate, if at all, to recent mass shootings? We welcome back Chris and welcome in John. John shares his story on his road to hope.

    Recovery Talks
    Self Stigma as a Parent or Caregiver

    Recovery Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 38:08


    Jim and Lea are joined again by Beth and Andi to continue the discussion around family peer support. In this podcast, Andi, Beth, and Lea talk about how their own self stigma affected their experiences with their children.

    Self Care Bestie Podcast
    Stopping the Shame and Stigma Around Adoption with Jasmine Sanders

    Self Care Bestie Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 24:28


    This week, I'm speaking with Jasmine Sanders, a radio host, former foster child and adoptee who now speaks out to stop the shame and stigma around adoption and foster care. Jasmine shares her story of how she found out she was adopted and her journey to finding her bio family. Jasmine is on a mission to raise awareness and make a difference in the lives of children. Learn more about Jasmine: www.instagram.com/iamjasminesanders

    Well, Honestly...
    What is the state of black people's mental health?

    Well, Honestly...

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 25:05


    While the experience of being Black in America varies tremendously, there are shared cultural factors that play a role in helping define mental health and supporting well-being, resiliency, and healing.This week, we share factors contributing to our current mental state, some black mental health statistics, the barriers to mental health care, and how to seek culturally competent care.Do you have questions about your wellness routine and boundaries?We are all about community and wellness in this episode so let's jump right into it.[01:51] Why black people suffer from mental illnesses[03:52] Misleading cultural beliefs contribute to mental illness in black people[06:20] Stigma around mental illness [07:34] Post-slavery mental health diagnosis. The effects trickled down.[07:53] How to seek help when it comes to your mental health [18:33] Food Swap for the week: Today we are going to swap a breakfast item, Cereal.[23:17] More About Us & Our Mission & How to Be featured on our podcastLINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE+ @WellHonestlyPodcast on Instagram+ Join the Facebook Community+ Buy Our TeaSUBSCRIBE + REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTSThank you for listening. We hope this podcast has been informative & an inspiring resource to create the kind of life you want with your health in mind.

    Fight Like a Mother
    070 Contrast in Care with Duane Cardall

    Fight Like a Mother

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 53:13


    This episode is very personal, June 9, 2009 my brother in law Brian Cardall was killed by police due to mental illness.  Today June 9, 2022 I share his story on the podcast. My father in law Duane Cardall is my guest and shares more about Brian and his life, about his illness and details about his death.  Duane also shares the stark contrast in care he observed between two sons.  Duane's oldest son Paul was born with a severe congenital heart defect and has had multiple complex open heart surgeries and has always had world class care.  Brian started to show symptoms of severe mental illness in college and it was so difficult to find even adequate care for him when he was in crisis.  He was often held at the hospital for 48-72 hours, given medication and wished good luck.   The inadequacy of the mental health care system is something that absolutely should be addressed and fixed.   The stigma surrounding mental illness is still so prevalent and speaking up and speaking out about is one way to lessen the stigma and let people know they aren't alone.   Read more about Brian's death

    The BuzzHead Radio Show
    Top Gun Maverick, Tortilla Challenge, Toupee Stigma, Puttin has Cancer

    The BuzzHead Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 55:13


    Everybody Hates Me: Let's Talk About Stigma
    Dr. David Brennan: GB2M Stigma, HIV, Blood Donation Bans, Monkeypox and Pride

    Everybody Hates Me: Let's Talk About Stigma

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 47:42


    Professor David J. Brennan is the Associate Dean, Research at Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. He is the founder and director of the CRUISElab, an interdisciplinary, community-based social work research lab dedicated to addressing the sexual, mental, physical, and emotional health of gay, bisexual, two-spirit, cis- and trans-gender men who have sex with other men (GB2M). Dr. Brennan has been directly involved in the HIV epidemic since 1983 in many social work roles, including case manager, clinical supervisor, psychotherapist, program manager, and researcher. Learn more about his research here and follow him on Twitter here.In this podcast we talk about the history of HIV stigma as well as stigma towards GB2M. We talk about what this stigma looks like in a day-to-day experience of getting dressed and walking down the street, as well as how it can be embedded in policies and practices. Using current examples of the recent changes in eligibility of GB2M in donating blood in Canada, and discourse around Monkeypox, David reminds us of how we can all engage in challenging stigma.Episode hosted by Dr. Carmen Logie. Supported by funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation and Canada Research Chairs program. Original music and podcast produced by Jupiter Productions, who have various production services available to support your podcast needs.

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche
    55. Taking the Stigma Out of Mushrooms with Founders of First Person

    Humble and Hungry with Natalie Puche

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 37:20


    My friends, I am so excited to take some time with Chris and Joe Claussen, founders of First Person, to share with you all the good that functional mushrooms are offering the world. Chris and Joe shared a vision for creating a consumer brand that would harness the power of mushrooms to help people improve their brain health and cognition. They created First Person to introduce more people to the power of functional mushrooms, and to create the most effective products available on the market today. Enjoy the show! THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS ORGANIFI > Go to www.organifi.com and use code HUMBLE for 15% off any item in the store FABRIC > Protect your family's financial future with Fabric. Apply today in just 10 minutes at www.meetfabric.com. FIRST PERSON > Get 15% off your first order by going to www.GETFIRSTPERSON.com and use code humble. BETTER HELP > Humble & Hungry listeners get 10% off their first month at www.BetterHelp.com/HUMBLE. Are you a business or brand and want to participate in our giveaway or sponsor the show? Contact us at www.nataliepuche.com. - Follow Natalie Puche on Instagram at @nataliepuche. - “Talkaholic” - Humble & Hungry Podcast theme song provided by: Producer/Engineer: Heather Baker  Vocalist and Musical Performance: Moa Munoz Mixer: Alexia Stratton - Humble & Hungry with Natalie Puche is edited & produced in partnership with Andy Lara at www.andylikeswords.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Knockin' Doorz Down
    Giuseppe Ganci | Recovery Is Always The Goal, Recovery Is Possible, Attainable & Sustainable

    Knockin' Doorz Down

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 70:04


    Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast on all platforms for more amazing interviews at https://www.kddpodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. #onedayatatime #wedorecover #AddicationRecovery Jason sat down with Giuseppe Ganci to discuss the impact of legislation and the status quo of addiction recovery. They spoke about the work Giuseppe is doing in the recovery community as well as his own personal journey to sobriety. For over a decade Giuseppe has been advocating for equal access to recovery-oriented systems of care in Canada. Giuseppe works tirelessly as the Director of Community Development for Last Door Recovery Society, a nonprofit charity that provides addiction treatment services for youth, adults, and Families. Committee Chairperson for Clean Sober and Proud, a series of sober events during Metro Vancouver Pride season. Chairman of the Board of the Recovery Day BC Society, a one-day street festival that features, music, information booths, and over 30,000 attendees. 2022 marks the 10thAnniversary of Recovery Day BC, with an anticipated goal of 70,000 people. Conference Committee Chair for the 5th Anniversary of the Recovery Capital Conference, a national event that brings together recovery leaders, policymakers, and occupational health and healthcare professionals. Giuseppe also co-hosts and produces a weekly live radio show called Talk Recovery Radio on 100.5fm and streamed live on Facebook. This year marks its 8th Season of interviewing guests from across North America to discuss the many paths to recovery and the latest addiction recovery news. Giuseppe believes technology is key to continuing to break down the stigma of addiction and recovery. The mission of Giuseppe is to use technology to remove barriers to better health. Two tech projects that Giuseppe is working on are the “My Recovery Plan” Software and the “Better – My Recovery App” both tools will help build recovery capital. MRP allows service providers to measure, mentor, and monitor an individual's recovery journey. Better App is a recovery and overdose prevention support tool to help save lives and connect people. Giuseppe tries to keep the recovery conversation public and at the forefront with over 35 social media platforms with a yearly reach in the millions, ensuring people see the message that recovery from addiction is possible, attainable, and sustainable. This is Giuseppe Ganci in her own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Giuseppe Ganci https://linktr.ee/GiuseppeGanci For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/