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!
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 wrote a play about depression and became the first black female
“Nick Cavalier is a director of films, commercials, branded content and music videos. A visual and character-focused storyteller, Nick is known for his high production value docu-driven films with poetic hero centered themes. His work is featured in multiple national publications including New York Times, VICE, Shorts TV, Devour, HYPEBEAST,
Jillian Richardson is the author of Unlonely Planet, a guide to making friends and building community in the age of isolation and tech overload. She is also the founder of The Joy List, a weekly newsletter on a mission to make the world a little less lonely.
Tall Paul “Mr. Vancouver” Marlow is a personal trainer, model and former draft pick of the Toronto Bluejays. He writes candidly about his experiences with depression and PTSD at his blog, and shares guidance for patients on fitness, nutrition and self care from a mental health perspective. He recently posted on his experience with MDMA therapy
Aubrey Good is the project coordinator and social media curator of the International Bipolar Foundation. Aubrey curates some of our favorite feeds about mental health, bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety so we decided to have a chat about how to stay engaged and healthy online. We talked about our personal
Shauntay Burris is a breeder of therapy cats for people with PTSD and mood disorders. She specifically breeds sphynx cats because they have an extremely gentle temperament. She started breeding sphynx cats after her therapist prescribed her a therapy animal for herself, and she began doing therapy work in hospitals,
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