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Co-host Dr Kristina Hallet brings over 25 years of clinical experience to Be Awesome, a new, regular segment on the Mental Health News Radio podcast.

Joining host and MHNR Network CEO Kristin Walker on the Mental Health News Radio podcast, co-host Dr Kristina Hallet provides tips, tools and strategies to help listeners become their best and most authentic selves. Addressing the common and universal fear of “not being good enough”, Dr Hallett believes we have the power, and the responsibility, to shape our internal lives.

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Join Evelyn M. Ryan and Kristin Sunanta Walker for their series: Take Your Power Back! Now more than ever psychological abuse and narcissistic personality disorder are household words!

Evelyn Ryan is the Founder of Yourlifelifter and a certified professional life coach, author, abuse recovery expert, ACE Certified Health Coach, career coach, healer, businesswoman, SevenPoint2, master problem solver, and mother.

She applies her knowledge gained from over 20 years of study on health and nutrition, abuse, trauma, and personality disorders and 35 years of experience as an authority in solving problems in high risk industries to identify quick effective solutions that address the specific root causes of our chronic emotional pain and unhealthiness and help us improve and sustain our lives.

Evelyn holds advanced degrees in science and management as well as multiple professional certifications in life and health coaching, organizational excellence, and process improvement. She is a recognized expert and published author in quality management and has worked nationally and internationally for several world-class research institutions and agencies supporting high risk operations and national and international security.

Purchase Evelyn’s groundbreaking book, Take Your Power Back: Healing Lessons, Tips and Tools for Abuse Survivors.

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What is a truly powerful woman? Is she powerful because of who appointed her to a leadership table or because she appointed herself there? Catherine and Kristin discuss how to navigate your relationships with other women who don’t agree with your brand of leadership.

From Kavanaugh to Dr. Ford to Cosby to Trump to Moonves, women are fighting, in some cases more fiercely than men for men. How do those us of in leadership positions continue to keep our respective ships sailing through the divide?

Catherine Greer Limpo is a listener of a few shows on MHNR Network. She is also a mom, a friend, a leader, a professional, a mentor, a daughter, a sister, and most importantly, a mistake-maker. She has a deep desire to understand how we, as women, connect to one another and to our world as leaders. She identifies as an Oregonian, and is very thankful to live in and enjoy the Pacific Northwest with all of the outdoor beauty it has to offer.

Her mission is to help other women see the leader in themselves in every aspect of life, and despite our suffering or blemishes, to succeed. She has had multiple experiences and careers as a high level executive, and has been so fortunate to build relationships with special people throughout time and across the globe.

Kristin Sunanta Walker is the CEO of Mental Health News Radio Network.

Taking your power back after the trauma of being in any kind of a relationship with a toxic abuser is an arduous journey. There are strong voices out there, however, offering the guidance and hope we all need in order to heal. Evelyn Ryan is one of the people leading the charge empowering victims of abuse to own their power, understand the pain that keeps them involved in abusive relationships, and break free for good.

With a special focus on how people with extraordinary gifts of empathy are, in fact, targeted by people with narcissistic personality disorder (sociopathy, psychopathy), we delve into why many have walked through their lives with what feels like a target on their back.

Please join us for a frank discussion with Evelyn about her book, her advocacy work, coaching with survivors, and how she came to be one of the authorities on working with the pain addiction of abuse survivors in order for true healing to begin.

You started out in a total different industry. How and why did you branch out to helping others heal from narcissistic abuse?

What is theme of the book?

So you discuss empaths and how narcissists target them in the book?

How did you discover this?

What did you discover?

What is an empath?

And what did the McGregor studies show?

Why do narcissists, bullies, and psychopaths target empaths?

This seems so depraved and evil. Where do the narcissists develop these skills?

What can empaths do?

There is nothing more frightening for a parent with a child that has Autism than the split second their child can be right by them and then they’ve disappeared. Eloping or wandering is something many children do but especially children with Autism.

Melanie Vann, a counselor and mother of a young child with Autism talks about her experiences as a parent. She also discusses how her friends, family, and strangers have and can help people with special needs children.

Education, compassion, and awareness are key especially when we hear about young children who have run off, are Autistic, and possibly non-verbal who are later found too late.

Please join us at, whether you have Autism yourself, your child has Autism, or they don’t so you can learn about this disorder and be a part of a society that reserves judgement and tries to help potential danger from happening in the life of a child.

Join us for the third show in our series on Mental Health News Radio: Be Awesome with Dr. Kristina Hallett! Join Dr. Hallett and Kristin Walker as they talk about what it means to use your voice. We also talk about healthy boundaries – how to set them, keep them, and realize they are part of your self-care.

Dr. Hallett is a board certified specialist in clinical psychology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology. Dr. Hallett has over 25 years of experience providing psychotherapy, consultation, and supervision to medical and mental health professionals in addressing relationship and major life issues – depression, anxiety, substance abuse, parenting, divorce, and other life challenges. Dr. Hallett is a certified divorce mediator and a nationally certified parenting coordinator.

In addition to psychotherapy, Dr. Hallett provides Executive Coaching – the fast track to leadership, confidence and work-life synergy. Her specialty is assisting driven professionals and entrepreneurs to become stress-smart by harnessing the positive power of stress to increase resilience, productivity, and well-being.

She is the author of the international best-sellers Own Best Friend: Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose, Passion, and Ease and BE AWESOME! Banish Burnout: Create Motivation from the Inside Out.

She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She has been the Director of the Brightside Counseling Associates, Director of Children’s Services at Providence Behavioral Health Hospital, Director of Mental Health Services at Osborn Correctional Institution and Director of Internship Training for the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services at River Valley Services.

Dr. Hallett is currently an Associate Professor in Graduate Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at Bay Path University.

If you are ready to banish burnout, learn the skills to value who you really are and to truly be your #ownbestfriend (with all the awesome, rockstar benefits), get in touch. Your future is waiting!

Join Kristin Sunanta Walker, Dr. Paul Meier, and Melanie Vann as they discuss sins and virtues.

Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of, a best-selling author and practicing psychiatrist.

Grant Davis is new to the show and is a psychiatric nurse practitioner. Grant provides psychiatric medication management for children, adolescents, and adults. His approach to medication management is client focused and collaborative based on information shared between clinician and the client. Grant believes that a strong therapeutic relationship between clinician and patient is vital for positive mental health outcomes.

Dr. Keith Cobern has been the director of the Richardson, TX Meier Clinic day program for many years. Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion, Philosophy and Sociology from Dallas Baptist University. Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Counseling and Doctorate degree in Psychology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Licensed in Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

Melanie Vann is the host of Memoirs of Madness and the CEO of Your Wise Therapist.

Kristin Walker is the host of Mental Health News Radio and CEO of MHNR Network.

Dr. Celine Saulnier has been a presenter at the annual Converge Autism Summit presented by Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health. She joins us today to discuss the often rocky road of correctly diagnosing Austism Spectrum Disorder.

Dr. Saulnier obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Connecticut, after which she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center under the mentorship of Dr. Ami Klin. After her postdoc, Dr. Saulnier joined the Yale faculty, where she became both the Clinical Director and the Training Director for the Autism Program, managing and supervising multidisciplinary diagnostic evaluations on individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from infancy through young adulthood.

At Marcus Autism Center, Dr. Saulnier is the Director of the Clinical Assessment Core for the NIH Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) grant, overseeing clinical and diagnostic evaluations on infants and toddlers with and at risk for ASD. In addition to her research on early detection, Dr. Saulnier’s research focuses on profiles of adaptive behavior in autism spectrum disorder, particularly on the discrepancy between cognitive ability and the application of functional skills to daily contexts and routines.

Join us for new and regular conversations with Dr. George Simon. Dr. Simon is an internationally-recognized expert on manipulators and other problem characters and the author of 3 bestselling books: In Sheep’s Clothing (which has been translated into 12 foreign languages), Character Disturbance, and The Judas Syndrome. He’s made appearances on several major television (Fox News Network, CNN, CBS 48 Hours).


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