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IVSI (I Versus I on Mental Radio)

IVSI (I Versus I on Mental Radio)

Author: Jesse Zook Mann

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Mental Radio features practical patient-powered content about healing and managing mental illness. We focus on stories of recovery and concentrate on all of the ways there are to get better. While most mental health organizations focus on meds and talk therapy we believe patients deserve to have access to information about ALL of the ways there are to recover. We believe the best way to smash stigma is to tell stories of patient self-empowerment, and healing.
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Colin Thomas Frangicetto of the Cosmic Nod Podcast and Jesse compare notes on their holistic recovery paths. Nothing on the podcast is medical advice or medical care. Follow us at www.mentalhealthmedia.org www.twitter.com/zookmann www.instagram.com/mentalplatform
We celebrate Dr. B's last day on Mental Radio! And we talk about  For more information on the project check out mentalhealthmedia.org. Follow Jesse at twitter.com/zookmann and Dr. Broderick at twitter.com/brodericka88 No content provided by mentalhealthmedia.org or Mental Radio is intended to be medical advice or medical care. Do not make any changes to your care plan, including taking medication as prescribed, based on any content on Mental Health Media or our associated platforms. Do not delay getting care because of anything you see or read on Mental Health Media. Talk to your licensed health professional if you have questions about treating any mental health condition. Content warning: You will find candid discussions of mental illness, self-harm, abuse, neglect, and suicide on Mental Health Media. Discretion is advised.
Dr. Broderick Sawyer and Zook talk about boundaries, dating, friendships, and dealing with building connections and relationships in mental health recovery. For more information on the project check out mentalhealthmedia.org. Follow Jesse at twitter.com/zookmann and Dr. Broderick at twitter.com/brodericka88 No content provided by mentalhealthmedia.org or Mental Radio is intended to be medical advice or medical care. Do not make any changes to your care plan, including taking medication as prescribed, based on any content on Mental Health Media or our associated platforms. Do not delay getting care because of anything you see or read on Mental Health Media. Talk to your licensed health professional if you have questions about treating any mental health condition. Content warning: You will find candid discussions of mental illness, self-harm, abuse, neglect, and suicide on Mental Health Media. Discretion is advised.  
A followup to our previous episode On Loneliness, we follow up with loneliness expert and author Jillian Richardson about action steps we can take to find community even during covid. For more information on the project check out mentalhealthmedia.org. No content provided by mentalhealthmedia.org or Mental Radio is intended to be medical advice or medical care. Do not make any changes to your care plan, including taking medication as prescribed, based on any content on Mental Health Media or our associated platforms. Do not delay getting care because of anything you see or read on Mental Health Media. Talk to your licensed health professional if you have questions about treating any mental health condition. Content warning: You will find candid discussions of mental illness, self harm, abuse, neglect and suicide on Mental Health Media. Discretion is advised.
On Loneliness

On Loneliness

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Dr. Broderick and Jesse talk about their experiences with isolation and loneliness dealing with different trauma backgrounds. Find more information on the project at mentalhealthmedia.org. No content provided by mentalhealthmedia.org or Mental Radio is intended to be medical advice or medical care. Do not make any changes to your care plan, including taking medication as prescribed, based on any content on Mental Health Media or our associated platforms. Do not delay getting care because of anything you see or read on Mental Health Media. Talk to your licensed health professional if you have questions about treating any mental health condition. Content warning: You will find candid discussions of mental illness, self harm, abuse, neglect and suicide on Mental Health Media. Discretion is advised.
The third part in this free three part meditation series from Dr. Broderick Sawyer hosted by Jesse Zook Mann. For more information on the series visit mentalhealthmedia.org.
Learn more about our project at mentalhealthmedia.org Theme song by Total Meltdown totalmeltdownnyhc.bandcamp.com No content here or on any of our links is intended to be medical advice or medical care. Talk to your medical practitioner about any questions pertaining to your mental health.
Part two in our meditation series with Dr. Broderick Sawyer. Learn more about our project at mentalhealthmedia.org No content on our channels or on any of our links is intended to be medical advice or medical care. Talk to your medical practitioner about any questions pertaining to your mental health.
Dr. Broderick Sawyer's guided meditation and Q and A about learning to meditate
Activist therapist and meditation teacher Dr. Broderick Sawyer breaks down his thoughts and feeling during the first week after George Floyd's death
I sit down with my friends Sean Dunne and Cass Greener and talk about where we are after the COVID-19 outbreak. Watch their films like American Juggalo, Oxyana, and Florida Man at http://www.veryape.tv
Ravenous Randy Myers also known as Theo Francon, is the Defy wrestling champion. He has made a name for himself in the wrestling world as a fearless advocate for those with mental health challenges and those exploring their sexuality. www.instagram.com/theweirdohero www.defywrestling.com Photo by West Smith www.westsmith.org Follow us at www.mentalhealthmedia.org www.twitter.com/zookmann www.instagram.com/mentalplatform Music is Hansatom Drugs of Choice
Imade (ee-MAH-day) is a writer and mental health advocate who founded Depressed While Black. She is a suicide attempt survivor who lives with clinical depression and borderline personality disorder. Imade first developed Depressed While Black as her 2015 Columbia University Non-Fiction Creative Writing MFA thesis. Depressed While Black has grown to an online community, an in-progress book, and numerous speaking appearances. Support her efforts at depressedwhileblack.com Mental Health Media mentalhealthmedia.org twitter.com/zookmann instagram.com/mentalhealthmedia The theme song is Drugs of Choice by Hans Atom. https://soundcloud.com/hansatom  
When do we need to go to the hospital? What happens there? How do we pay for it? What can we do to make it easier? Knowing a little bit about getting inpatient psychiatric services can make a big difference in making the experience as stress-free as possible. Here is everything I know about this episode of MENTAL RADIO.   Mental Health Media mentalhealthmedia.org twitter.com/zookmann instagram.com/mentalhealthmedia The theme song is Drugs of Choice by Hans Atom. https://soundcloud.com/hansatom
Jonathan Narmita is a musician, tattoo artist, and art instructor who manages bipolar 2 disorder. We talk about his journey doing men’s work with the Sacred Sons men’s gatherings.   Johnny is at:instagram.com/jnarmita/   Mental Health Mediamentalhealthmedia.org twitter.com/zookmanninstagram.com/mentalhealthmedia Theme song is Drugs of Choice by Hans Atom. https://soundcloud.com/hansatom
We talk to Dr. Christy Huff director of the Benzodiazepine Information Coalition about the side effects of benzos, how patients can cope, and how we can change our medical system to give patients informed consent. Dr. Huff’s Links: benzoinfo.com twitter.com/christyhuffMD   Mental Health Media mentalhealthmedia.org twitter.com/zookmann instagram.com/mentalhealthmedia   Theme song is Drugs of Choice by Hans Atom. https://soundcloud.com/hansatom
Tall Paul “Mr. Vancouver” Marlow is a personal trainer, model, and former draft pick for the Toronto Bluejays. He writes about his experiences coping with depression and PTSD on his blog  on through fitness, nutrition, and self care.  You can read about his experience with MDMA therapy here. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter at @TallPaulsLife. Intro song by Hans Atom, Drugs Of Choice http://ccmixter.org/files/hansatom/
Michael Anthony is a childhood abuse survivor and trauma mentor. He helps fellow survivors find healing by changing their perspective from one of hopelessness to one of intention, accountability and progress one day at a time. You can find him at thinkunbroken.com and at @michaelunbroken on Twitter and Instagram. Support us: mentalhealthmedia.org Twitter: @zookmann Instagram: @mentalhealthmedia Outro song by Hans Atom, Drugs Of Choice.
I am often asked about EMDR and how it helped me, so when my Twitter mutual Monica asked me about it, I decided to turn her questions into a podcast! If you have ever wondered what EMDR is and what it's like from a patient's perspective, this is the show for you! Outro song by Hans Atom, Drugs Of Choice. Support us: mentalhealthmedia.org Twitter: @zookmann
Nikki Lynette is an indie artist whose creative style is equal parts hip hop, alternative, and pop. She fuses mental health activism into her performances and has created a lane for her music that is uniquely her own. She became the first black female playwright to have the development of her work funded by American Music Theater Project soon to debut at in Chicago at the Steppenwolf Theatre.  Outro song by Hans Atom, Drugs Of Choice.
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