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A mindfulness podcast from Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare creating conversation, connection, and community. This podcast is a space to connect our whole community with mindfulness practices and explore how people use different tools, methods, and activities to center themselves and become more present. The conversations will range from deep, to fun, to clinical, to imaginative – we hope you’ll join us on this journey. Stay tuned for new episodes twice a month!
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Join Cascadia’s Chief of Psychiatry Dr. April Sweeney and OHSU’s Center for Women’s Health Dr. Maria Rodriguez in an exclusive podcast discussing the restriction to abortion access in the post-Roe world, the “Turnaway Study”, and the evergrowing U.S. maternal morbidity/mortality rate and links among women with mental health conditions.
Throughout the month of May, Cascadia hosts HEART, an event series illuminating the intersection of mental health, women, and art. We want to highlight some of the wonderful performances from this year's HEART events. This episode features the performances of slam poetry, spoken word, and writing from our May 12 HEART event.For more information about HEART, including a video of these performances and a poetry booklet, go to cascadiabhc.org/heart
Robert Snyder, nurse manager at Cascadia, joins us to talk about burnout prevention strategies. April is Counseling Awareness Month, and this year's theme is Burn Bright, Not Out. Robert shares his own experience with burnout, talks about how self-care and burnout prevention make us better able to care for others, and shares his own burnout prevention strategies.Learn more about Robert, who was honored with a Cascadia Courage & Compassion Award in March 2022, here.Follow Cascadia Behavior...
Meghan J. M. Caughey is an artist, author, musician, and Cascadia's Senior Director of Peer-Delivered Services. She joins us to talk about her 2021 memoir Mud Flower: Surviving Schizophrenia and Suicide Through Art and to share how her lived experience has informed her work in peer-delivered services at Cascadia and beyond.Mud Flower is available in multiple formats from major book vendors. Learn more about the book here.Follow Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, a...
Caverly Morgan, mindfulness expert and founder of the Portland-based nonprofit Peace in Schools, joins us to talk about the benefits of mindfulness for people of all ages. Peace in Schools created the first for-credit high school mindfulness course in the U.S., and its offerings are now offered district-wide in Portland Public Schools.Learn more about Peace in Schools at peaceinschools.org. Caverly's website is caverlymorgan.org.Follow Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare on Facebook, Instagram, Tw...
Episode 9: Jono Lewis

Episode 9: Jono Lewis

2021-10-2628:17

Jono Lewis, an expert in adaptive climbing, joins us to share his story of discovering climbing after losing a foot in a major accident. Jono talks about the value of making athletic activities like climbing more inclusive and accessible. Learn more about PDX Adaptive Climbing on their Facebook page, and find Jono Lewis on Instagram.Follow Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Visit our website at cascadiabhc.org.
Amy Driscoll, music therapist and program manager for David's Harp, joins us to talk about the importance of music in our lives, the benefits of playing music without self-judgment, and the role music can serve in a therapeutic setting.Learn more about David's Harp at davidsharp.org.Follow Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Visit our website at cascadiabhc.org.
Episode 7: Drew Smith

Episode 7: Drew Smith

2021-07-1629:46

Episode 6: Pari Mazhar

Episode 6: Pari Mazhar

2021-06-0947:32

Episode 2: Jim Rajan

Episode 2: Jim Rajan

2021-02-1933:38

Episode 1: Adam Baraz

Episode 1: Adam Baraz

2021-02-0928:15

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