In this episode, host Allison Walsh and Dr. Angela Phillips hold no reservations about all things mental health. They talk about the positives they’ve seen in the mental health space, what still needs to be done, and what Nobu and Advanced Recovery Systems can do to help. From work-life balance to setting boundaries, to being people first and employers second, this episode is a roundup of this season that you sure don’t want to miss.
In this episode, we talk to Ross Szabo on the importance of educating young people about mental health. We learn about how mental health has been stigmatized as a phrase and a concept at large, as well as the approaches to take when talking about mental health with children and young adults.
In this episode, we talk to Adam Sud as he shares his struggles with depression and food addiction and how he overcame them by seeking help and living a healthy lifestyle.
In this episode, we talk to Amy Van Slambrook about trauma and how to not just cope and deal with it, but also harness lessons and power to help us get to know ourselves better and catapult our lives and relationships further into the next level.
In this episode, we talk to Sherry Walling about how to do grief better by navigating through our emotions no matter how painful, difficult or heavy they may be, rather than avoiding, skipping or going around them. We also tackle helpful ways of confronting your grief without it overwhelming you.
In this episode, we talk to Miss Florida 2022 Lindsay Bettis about perseverance, achieving dreams and why real talk about substance use, addiction and recovery could make a difference to the next generation of students.
In this episode, we talk to Mari Stracke about the power of connection, comparing pain online and why sharing your unique story is so important.
In this episode, we speak to Cathy Hurst about leveling up the conversations with your kids about their emotions, teaching them resiliency and the work that the Hayden Hearst Family Foundation is doing to help.
In this episode, we talk to Dave Armstrong (Sensei Dave) about how to set and actually achieve your big goals. We also talk about self efficacy, showing up for yourself and impacting the lives of others.