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The SALT TALK with Jermine Alberty
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The SALT TALK w/ Jermine Alberty is a podcast dedicated to having conversations of healing and recovery surrounding topics of mental health challenges, addictions, spirituality, and guest will talk about how their work serves, affirm, loves, and transform those they encounter. Join us for each episode as we get salty.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month —a time to raise awareness of this stigmatized and often taboo topic. No one is exempt from suicide, and it is the second leading cause of death among youth ages 15-24. Approximately one out of every 15 high school students reports attempting suicide each year. We must shine a light on a topic that is often kept in the dark. Our guest therapist Amy R Miller brings a rich set of tools to help address this sensitive topic. She has a passion for working with teenagers, women, and families that have been affected by trauma. Amy's philosophy is it is good in everyone. Sometimes we all need a little help to bring the good to the surface. Amy is certified to provide relationship trauma repair (RTR) and trauma-informed services. Join us as we provide models to assist our young people and their families move from despair to hope.
September is National Recovery Month (Recovery Month). Recovery is defined as a process of change where individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential. Recovery can only be achieved with a determined hope and belief that "Recovery is Possible. These three words are powerful and filled with the hope of a better tomorrow. It is these three words that were the driving force that inspired our guest Antoine Roston. It has been over 4 years since he was shot six times with bullets hitting him near his left shoulder area, in his right jaw, and in the back of his head; it was a miracle that he survived. However, survival wasn't good enough. Antoine was determined that he would move from surviving to thriving and recover to the best of his ability what he had lost. His belief in God, support of a loving family and community and drive to never give up gave him to strength he needed to move from trauma to healing. We invite you to listen to this inspiring episode of how Antoine went from tragedy to triumph.
Episode 3: Living Free through Holistic Wellness
August, National Wellness Month focuses on self-care, stress management, and the promotion of healthy routines. Although the month is almost over, it is never too late to begin making healthy habits a part of your daily routine 365 days a year. That is why we are so excited to have our guests; the Holistic Entrepreneur Christina Thomas is a certified mind-body medicine life coach and spiritual practitioner; she works with individuals who are at the crossroad of life and specializes in trauma, wellness, and veteran advocacy as a trauma survivor and veteran. You don’t want to miss this episode, where you will learn the importance of ensuring that you are aligned or even realign to achieve your holistic wellness and gain freedom when you feel stuck in the rut of life. We will even talk about actions you can take to attain or maintain your wellness and so much more.
July is Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 2008. Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition, but the correlation between chronic pain and mental health is often a conversation that we don't have concerning the two topics. According to Mayo Clinic, Chronic pain and mental health disorders are common in the general population, and epidemiological studies suggest a bidirectional relationship exists between these two conditions. Join us for a conversation with Dyyone Alberty and Linda Lewis Thomas, who will share their stories about living with the chronic pain of Fibromyalgia and Lupus. Not only will you hear their struggles but also their triumphs and tips on how you can assist persons with these debilitating illnesses.
Join Father & Son duo Jermine and Jerimiah Alberty for the inaugural episode of The Salt Talk. We will have a blunt yet light-hearted conversation about eliminating the stigma of mental illness and debunking the myth that mental illness is a weakness. As a community, we should celebrate those who live with mental illness as not only survivors but thrivers. We will add a little dash of flavor to the conversation and talk about how our service, affirmation, and love of others will transform not only individuals but our community.
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