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Author: Dawnette Brenner

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We are advocates! Podcast guests share their stories to humanize mental illness in our efforts to erase the stigma on a global scale and improve lives. Be mindful, listen, subscribe & rate us.

Our goal is to break the walls and barriers for people so they can unmask themselves.

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Tracey Maxfield is doing all the things I dream about, she wrote a book about coming out of the Rabbit Hole of depression and is a speaker in schools across the globe. Her philosophy meshes with mine, help teach kids how to cope with the stresses of life, manage anxiety, emotions and how to breathe properly. Our school children are stressed out and you can gain a deeper understanding of her thoughts, listen to the podcast.Podcast linkTracey Maxfield RN., BSN., CDP., GNC©., DDSSpeaker, Educator, Consultant, Advocate, Peer SpecialistAuthor: Escaping the Rabbit Hole: my journey through depressionNAASCA Ambassador for B.C. CanadaPurple Angel AmbassadorCell: 250-826-3535imfirmier@outlook.comwww.traceymaxfield.com
It's me, Dawnette Brenner and I share my experience as a teacher using mindfulness in the classroom. We must make a change in this world, especially where our kids are concerned. #Mindfulness is part of my daily Mental Health check-ins and I'm supported and helped so many kids. Teachers, this is a call to action. Parents inform your teachers. We must get our legislation changed, mental health education/curriculum must be part of our teachers daily lessons. We must make room for it.Be on the look out for a curriculum book soon to be released on TeachersPayTeachers and also through various publishers. I'll be offering training and a class to inform teachers how to incorporate this, it's so easy.
Hayley Wheeler - emotional empowerment coachHAYLEY T WHEELERI work with adults and children to help them conquer their anxiety and depression. I coach people who are ready to challenge and conquer anxiety, depression or stress, to accept their super power and take back control of their life and business.In 2015, I ended up in my pit of despair – depression. I didn’t realise at the time, looking back it was bleak time. Having got the right help and support myself and through my own understanding of anxiety and depression, I created my own coaching model which helps adults and children with their mental health struggles.When I had depression, and when my son had anxiety, we didn’t receive the right help. I felt stuck. I locked myself away as much as I could, still doing what I needed to do, but nothing that I wanted to do. My business was failing, my marriage was failing, and my parenting was failing. I felt like I had no power to control this.My own journey has brought me to the point where I want to work with other people who are feeling stuck in the same way. I want to work with adults and children on giving that sense of power back. My mission is to help people understand the cause of their mental health struggles, and be able to conquer it.I am passionate about the impact coaching can have, as I believe it can not only help manage mental health, but conquer the problem. Emotional empowerment coaching helps you develop skills, tools and knowledge that will support you in finding an emotional balance, and manage your reaction and response to your anxiety, depression or stress, events and situations which affect your mental health. I believe that self knowledge is our super power, it gives us the ability to conquer anything. Read more online at Hayley T Wheeler and insta @hayleytwheelerHayley WheelerAuthor, Emotional Empowerment Coach and business 07966189084E: Hayley T WheelerT: @hayleytwheelerI: @hayleytwheeler
Melanie and Krystal founded "Joy for Jan,' after the grief of losing their mom to suicide. They have a blog, videos and products for sale, all supporting scholarships for kids making a difference in their lives. Advocates and sisters, a dynamic duo, began in a small town. Check out their sites and enjoy listening to our podcast interview.Check them out on Facebook:
Sam is a strong Mental Health advocate on Twitter and has been supportive of all people living with mental illness that he's come in contact with on Twitter. He wears several masks and today we talk about a few descriptors he's given them, as he wrote them on his mask. The Video vodcast will release on our youtube channel next week, so stay tuned for that.
Welcome to our introductory podcast for Season 2 of A New Dawn podcast.We are here with, "Bipolar Mama of 3," as she ditches her mask, as my first video & podcast guest of season 2.Please find the video version of this podcast on my YouTube Channel: importance of removing the social media mask she’s worn for several years was apparent during our interview. She’s still apprehensive, but yet well aware her bravery will help others. Thank you, Janna, for being the first, meeting you has been a joy. I’m hopeful for our future work together.Watch our "Ditch the Mask," Introductory Trailer:
Season 1: Episode 49 - Sammie shares her story of being self-sufficient at a young age and living with bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, anxiety and childhood schizophrenia. "My Brain Works Differently Than Yours"She's been supportive of her autistic stepbrother and showed compassion towards her mom with her struggles. She calls herself the #blacksheep of the family.
Jordyn shares her story of living with physical limitations and mental illness simultaneously. She runs a blog called "Chronically Unimaginable" and advocates to help others.Her mission is to kick the stigma of mental illness.
Anne Moss Rogers graciously accepted our podcast invitation. She’s real and raw. You can find more about her journey through the podcast. She’s an advocate and travels speaking to raise awareness of suicide and prevent other parents and family members from losing a child. She also speaks directly to children and youth. Read more, after listening by clicking on the links below:emotionally nakedemotionallynaked.comMental Health Raw & Open PodcastUpcoming Presentation on PreventureWords Matter: AddictionBereaved Parents, July is Our Month“There’s nothing you could have done”As much as I want you to get well, I love you even if you don’t
Lynn Nanos is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in her eleventh year as a full-time mobile emergency psychiatric clinician in Massachusetts. After graduating from Columbia University with a Master of Science in Social Work, she worked as an inpatient psychiatric social worker for approximately seven years. She is an active member of the National Shattering Silence Coalition that advocates for the seriously mentally ill population. She serves on its Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee committee and co-chairs its Blog committee. Goodreads: Quora answers to psychiatric questions: book, “BREAKDOWN: A CLINICIAN'S EXPERIENCE IN A BROKEN SYSTEM OF EMERGENCY PSYCHIATRY: SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS REFORM BOOK” She’s written several articles, done research on the seriously mental ill patients experiencing major psychosis, and those that are unaware they have anything wrong with their brain function.Website:
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