Ashville, North Carolina- April11th, 2018
Mental Health News Radio is proud to announce that they will once again cover the NATCON18 Conference for The National Council for Behavioral Health. This year the prestigious event is to take place at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Over 5,000 like-minded leaders in the behavioral health field will attend this event to learn how to stay on the cusp of the changes and advances that are being made in mental health advocacy and education. MHNR will interview speakers and vendors at the event to ensure their listeners are also keeping up with the trends in the field. MHNR believes education is key to reducing mental health stigma so covering this event feels like part of their mission. This year’s conference will focus on new research in behavioral health, addiction treatment, and whole-person care. Strategically, Hill Day will coincide with the conference. This will give attendees and participants the opportunity to participate in advocacy for behavioral health on Capital Hill.
Mental Health News Radio is proud to announce that ZenCharts now supports not only MHNR but also our Network of Podcasters. ZenCharts, a behavioral health electronic health record company, have been supporters of MHNR since they started their podcast venture four years ago. They have always believed in a common mission of destigmatizing mental illness. MHNR continues to have faith in the professionalism, efficiency, and integrity that Zencharts brings to the table. Their customer service is bar none.
Asheville, North Carolina- February 6, 2018
Mental Health News Radio is proud to announce that MyGenetx, one of their sponsors, has published a scholarly article in Future Medicine Ltd. The article discusses the importance of sleep in maintaining overall neural and physical health. “The Enigma of Sleep” touches on several facets of sleep’s function. Although sleep has been the topic of research for over 70 years, it remains somewhat of a mystery to scientists. The medical community does know that sleep disorders affect neurological disorders and their coinciding symptoms in a negative way. There is still debate over the exact functional role sleep plays in one’s health, but on a general note, most agree that sleep is a necessity. Sleep studies have shown that lack of sleep decreases cognition, affects normal metabolism and immune response, and increases the likelihood of dementia. MyGenetx’s Chief Science Officer, Dr. Dave Vigerust, wrote “The Enigma of Sleep” to highlight some of the elements that are indicative of function of sleep.
ASHEVILLE, N.C., January 23, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Mental Health News Radio is proud to announce a new podcaster to their Network. Rob Lohman, M.B.A. will be hosting a new podcast named “Beyond the Bars Radio”. This podcast will focus on recovery from addiction, incarceration, and advocacy. Rob comes to the field of mental health from an interesting perspective: his own life experiences. Rob won his own battle with addiction and redirected his hopes and dreams to form “Lifted From the Rut”, a recovery coaching platform. Rob has certifications through The Addictions Academy in Interventions, Recovery Coaching, Christian Recovery Coaching, Family and Christian Family Coaching, and Food and Gambling Addictions. These tools afford him the skill-set he needs to help others break free from their own addictions and hardships. “The Addiction Recovery Hub” serves as an umbrella to Rob’s many projects. He hopes to make the hub a household name for those suffering from addiction. Rob has also self-published a book that has the intention of inspiring others to persevere through their own journeys. “The Momentum Journey: Breakdown at Exit 63” has been described by reviewers as a dose of inspiration.
ASHEVILLE, N.C., December 14, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Mental Health News Radio is proud to announce the creation of their new behavioral health podcast network; “Mental Health News Radio Network”. The network will host podcasters specializing in different areas of behavioral under the MHNR umbrella. While Mental Health News Radio loves hosting its own podcast, they understand that destigmatizing mental illness is no easy task. To maximize the efforts, they created a family of podcasters that are dedicated to niche audiences. Many of the new network podcasters began as former guests of MHNR who became interested in hosting their own podcast. After being approached multiple times by numerous professionals, Kristin Walker, CEO of MHNR, decided it was the opportune moment to branch out and make her endeavor global.
Learn more about Dragons to Butterflies and Johnnie’s writing of the book by watching the book trailer …
He was 5 when they brought him into the hospital room where his beloved 28-year-old mother lay dying of cancer. Asked for a goodbye kiss, Johnnie Calloway took one look at the woman he barely recognized and turned his back. When he got home, his father walloped him for his recalcitrance.