In this episode, we reminisce with Allison Walsh as she bids her farewell to new audiences and long-time listeners alike. It’s been a challenging yet fulfilling journey – from experiencing anxiety and depression to campaigning for adolescent mental health. She shares how the podcast has become a huge part in her path to a healthier mindset as she is able to use her voice to influence others positively.
In this episode, we talk to Matt Morgan, a retired professional wrestler and currently a politician who uses his platform on issues he is most passionate about, and on the forefront, drug addiction. As a 16-year recovered drug addict, he truly has come a long way and is now helping others get recovery and help.
In this episode, we talk to Dr. David Spiegel to enlighten us about the many misconceptions about hypnosis and how it is an effective way to help control the effects of stress, anxiety, pain, and other behavioral health challenges. He also delves into a way hypnosis is being disseminated and taught now through an app called Reverie.
In this episode, we talk to Adam Sud to walk us through the theory of evolutionary psychology that explains why people find it difficult to be happy and healthy despite knowing and being aware of the common sense approaches in achieving so. Here, Adam explains that it’s not the lack of willpower or discipline but the environment that has conditioned us to behave in the way that we do.
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.