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Physical and Spiritual Fitness for Living Clean and Sober with Guest Jennifer Matesa

Recovering addicts face turbulent paths filled with temptation and strife while trying to cleanse themselves. The struggle to remain sober and to achieve an encompassing state of well-being is a grueling journey for most people. Our guest today, Jennifer Matesa, …

Depression in America: What You Need to Know with Guest Prakash Masand, MD

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. As treatable as this disease may be, nearly half of the estimated 16 million Americans …

Special Encore: Roadmap to Resilience: Specific Ways to Bolster Resilience with Don Meichenbaum, Ph.D.

Our guest today is Dr. Don Meichenbaum, who will discuss the research findings that in the aftermath of traumatic and victimizing experiences (combat, abuse, violence, natural disasters, and the like), some 75% of individuals will be impacted but will go …

Hope after Suicide - One Woman's Journey from Darkness to Light with Guest Wendy Parmley

After her mother took her own life, our guest Wendy Parmley learned firsthand the heartache, despair, and loneliness that accompanies losing a loved one to suicide. Wendy will speak about her own healing journey as well as forgiving yourself and …

Back to School: Identifying Signs of Depression and Anxiety in College Students

College can be a difficult and emotional transition for young adults. It’s a new social scene, there’s high academic pressure, and for many, it’s the first time away from home. Increased emotions of starting college typically pass within a few …