Dear Mind, You Matter
An ongoing conversation with mental health experts and advocates to demystify mental health conditions and provide you with advice and resources to take better care of your mental health.
Hosted by mental health advocate Allison Walsh and clinical expert Angela Phillips, the podcast aims to put mental health tools into the hands of as many people as possible so that everyone is empowered to take good care of their mental and emotional well-being.
Over the last decade, Elizabeth Earnshaw (LMFT) has become one of today’s most trusted relationship teachers. Elizabeth is a renowned Gottman therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Clinical Fellow of The American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy (MA), and influential Instagram therapist who has helped transform countless relationships.
In this episode, we talk to Elise Museles about discovering your food story and how stress is the anti-nutrient.
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Caroline Leaf about how the mind is different from the brain, mind management, the mindset behind the meal and why you’re actually supposed to be a mess.
On this episode, we talk to Dr. Robb Kelly about addiction, the subconscious brain, helping the next human being along and how trauma is the gateway to addiction.
Allison Walsh (JD)
An official member of Forbes Business Development Council, Allison enjoys public speaking and has personally spoken to over 100,000 people across the U.S. She has been featured in national media outlets and publications including FOX News, Huff Post Live, and programs by Lifetime, PBS and NBC. Further, her work in the eating disorders field has been highlighted in nonfiction memoirs such as Diane Keaton’s Then Again and Johanna Kandel’s Life Beyond Your Eating Disorder.
Angela Phillips (PHD, LICSW)
A licensed therapist and clinical researcher, Angela’s clinical and research experience has included suicide prevention, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based therapies, teletherapy delivery, understanding global stress during the COVID-19 pandemic, integrated therapeutics, and treatments such as non-invasive brain stimulation for more severe psychiatric or neurological conditions. She has co-developed and led randomized and controlled trials in neuromodulation and has provided consultation and training for collaborative psychiatric and behavioral healthcare using novel treatment interventions and approaches.