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McKissick Health & Wellness is a digital education company that specializes in addressing behavioral and spiritual health issues at college and university campuses, college-related associations and organizations, and faith communities. Our mission is to use the art of storytelling and health-related models of care to create innovative programming that gives people the tools they need to live a healthy life and transform their communities.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @McKissickHealth
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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH. If you've ever thought, "am I meant to do this job?" This is for you. This episode explores how to discover your calling and includes a meditative activity for discerning what you should do right now.Find out more about the 8 Dimensions of Wellness.Recommended book: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg and 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller (includes the quote by Dave Ramsey)The McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show?  Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
INTELLECTUAL HEALTH. This episode explores how we can use intentional thought processes and critical thinking to guide how we pursue goals and address our desires.Find out more about the 8 Dimensions of Wellness.Recommended book: The Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer The McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show?  Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
SOCIAL HEALTH. Healthy communication can be a hard idea to practice. Despite personal preferences, conflict can be a productive tool for personal growth. Join our conversation with Alonyia Godfrey, a pre-licensed therapist, as we discuss setting boundaries and negotiating needs. Recommended book: Let's Talk: The 3 Strategies to Master Interpersonal Communication by Pas OshranThe McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health the Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
SPIRITUAL HEALTH. Get a tough love answer to a faith-related issue we all face in our relationship with God.Recommended book: Hearing Beyond the Words: How to Become a Listening Pastor by Emma Justes Listen to the SUITE TALK PODCAST  Purchase the Faith Lessons Book + WorkbookThe McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health the Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH. In this episode, Personal Fitness Trainer and Owner of KissGFitness, RaGina McKissick, shares how she's gone from being a full-time social worker to living her best [fit] life! In this interview, she shares tips on how to stay confident and motivated while pursuing a new career. For more information about RaGina McKissick or KissGFitness visit http://www.facebook.com/KissGFitness and follow her on Instagram @KissGFitness.Recommended book: Managing Transitions by William Bridges, PhD and Susan BridgesThe McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
SPIRITUAL HEALTH. Get a tough love answer to a faith-related issue we all face at some point in our relationship with God.The McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health the Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
INTELLECTUAL HEALTH. We all make mistakes. This podcast challenges our shallow approach to decision-making and shares a healthier approach to making choices that promote healing. The McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health the Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
The McKissick Health Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. This podcast is for educational purposes but should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis or treatment of mental, emotional, or physical illnesses. Contact your primary care physician or a health care professional for care. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth.SUBSCRIBE & REVIEWSubscribe & Review on Buzzsprout, Soundcloud, & iTunesAre you subscribed to McKissick Health the Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!If you or someone you know is currently in distress and could potentially put themselves in danger or harm others, please call 911 or contact your local mobile crisis team. If you don't know the number of your local agencies, here's a list of national hotlines that will be able to help:National Suicide Prevention Line1-800-273-8255National Domestic Violence Hotline1-800-799-7233Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPESocial Welfare Services (search by location)1-502-442-7767National Mental Health Association 1-800-969-6642National AIDS Hotline1-800-342-AIDS (2437)1-800-344-SIDA (7432) [Spanish]National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline1-800-227-8922Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline and Treatment1-800-234-0420National Youth Crisis Hotline1-800-448-4663
McKissick Health the Podcast is produced by the McKissick Health team and curated to raise human consciousness concerning behavioral and spiritual health matters. Our listeners are searching for ways to improve their lives and enrich their communities while following their purpose. Tune into McKissick Health the Podcast this January 2019. Visit McKissickHealth.com for more information about our services. Follow us on social media @McKissickHealth. Subscribe & Review on Soundcloud & iTunes Are you subscribed to McKissick Health the Podcast? If you’re not, hurry up so you don't miss an episode. Be sure to subscribe on Souncloud or iTunes! Enjoying the podcast show? Leave a review on iTunes. Those reviews help other people find McKissick Health the Podcast and help guide future episodes. Look for “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
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