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What is Mental Health News Radio?

Your host, Kristin Sunanta Walker takes part in discussions with mental and behavioral health providers, vendors, volunteers, and consumers on topics that include technology, clinical workflow, HIPAA, Meaningful Use, narcissistic abuse awareness and recovery, animal assisted therapy, and more!


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  • Dr. Paul Meier

    Dr. Meier’s heart lies in helping people all over the world. He is a nationally renowned speaker, psychiatrist, best-selling author and has been in many countries throughout the world, including: Israel, Greece, Cuba, Peru, France, Russia, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Turkey. He is the founder of Meier Clinics, a behavioral health non for profit practicing mental health care throughout the United States.

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  • Dr. Paolo Molino

    The Italian Perspective: Dr. Paolo Molino is a psychotherapist living and working in Florence, Italy. He specializes in Gestalt, EMDR, Personality Disorders, and Family Constellations. He works with many expatriates from countries all over the world and is fluent in Italian, English, French, and Spanish.

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  • Martha Juchnowski

    Martha Juchnowski, Rn is a healing facilitator and creator of Source Harmonics, an approach to healing using intuitive spiritual counseling and integrative energy work to guide the individual to discover the healer within and their sacred highest self.

  • Jonathan Bertrand

    Founder of The Global Touch Foundation, Jonathan Bertran educates mental health organizations about The Social Media Affect.

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  • SIGNS YOU’RE DEALING WITH A NARCISSISTIC “HEALER,” THERAPIST OR GURU PART I

    SIGNS YOU’RE DEALING WITH A NARCISSISTIC “HEALER,” THERAPIST OR GURU PART I

    Inspired by Shahida Arabi’s incredible article 5 SIGNS YOU’RE DEALING WITH A NARCISSISTIC “HEALER,” THERAPIST OR GURU join Evelyn Ryan and Kristin Walker to discuss what you need to watch out for.

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  • Genetics, Mental Health & Nutrition with Christina Veselak and Dr. Dave Vigerust

    Genetics, Mental Health & Nutrition with Christina Veselak and Dr. Dave Vigerust

    A powerful show with two of our favorite guests. Host Melanie Vann discusses with Dr. Dave Vigerust and Christina Veselak how our genetic makeup and nutrition influence our mental health. It doesn’t get more informative than listening to these two share their wisdom.

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  • Hysteria Radio with Joseph Fusaro

    Hysteria Radio with Joseph Fusaro

    “I always loved the radio because I felt like I had company.” – Joseph Fusaro

    In a world that seemingly is more and more about individual success finding Inspiration and being a voice in the community are key. This is especially necessary in the creative process whether you’re an artist, painter, sculptor or in Joseph’s case, a podcaster at the Mental Health News Radio network.

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  • Beyond Your Past with Matthew Pappas

    Beyond Your Past with Matthew Pappas

    The phrase “beyond your past” isn’t just another commanding cliche in the ever-popular world of mental health, self help, awareness and wellness.

    For Matt Pappas, a gifted podcaster and expert communicator the concept of going beyond your past isn’t just another trendy mental health fad, either.

    It’s a way of life.

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  • From Columbine to Parkland: A Conversation About School Violence

    From Columbine to Parkland: A Conversation About School Violence

    Dr. Santopietro joins host Kristin Walker to discuss the panel presentation he moderated at The National Council for Behavioral Health‘s annual conference #NatCon18.

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  • My Fair Junkie: Real and Raw with Author Amy Dresner

    My Fair Junkie: Real and Raw with Author Amy Dresner

    Amy Dresner joins our host Kristin Sunanta Walker for candid talk about her journey through addiction. Amy is a former professional stand-up comic, having appeared at The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, and The Improv. Since 2012, she has been a contributing editor of the online addiction and recovery magazine TheFix.com. She’s also written for the Good Men Project, The Frisky, Refinery 29, and has been a regular contributor to Addiction.com and Psychology Today, where she has her own addiction blog entitled “Coming Clean.” My Fair Junkie: A Memoir of Getting Dirty and Staying Clean: is her debut book.

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  • Round Table Discussions: Privacy Violations in the Age of Social Media

    Round Table Discussions: Privacy Violations in the Age of Social Media

    Join us for an impromptu podcast about the dangers we see in behavioral health regarding patient privacy. Stephen Kavalkavich of Rescue the Rescuer, Dr. John Huber of Mainstream Mental Health and Brian Cuban (Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Advocate and Best-Selling Author of The Addicted Lawyer) join our host, Kristin Sunanta Walker, to discuss how social media can become a nest of patient rights violations.

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  • Driving Your Dopamine: The Social Networking Effect with Jonathan Bertrand

    Driving Your Dopamine: The Social Networking Effect with Jonathan Bertrand

    Join the founder of The Global Touch Foundation and host of The Social Networking Effect podcast, Jonathan Bertrand, discussing how social media is impacting our mental well-being. Your host, Kristin Walker, talks to Jonathan about addiction to social media, how to use it for good work in the world, and why healthy breaks are necessary.

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  • When Your Mind Feels Like A Prison with Johnny Crowder

    When Your Mind Feels Like A Prison with Johnny Crowder

    Musician, Mental Health Advocate, and CEO Johnny Crowder joins Melanie Vann and Kristin Walker to talk about his journey with mental illness. From rock star to CEO and founder of a mental health software organization, Johnny joins us for a chat about his experiences which began at the ripe young age of 3 and it didn’t let up for a decade or two. His abuse-ridden adolescence was sprinkled with suicidal thoughts, obsessive-compulsive behavior, and some pretty eye-catching acne. In short, it wasn’t pretty—and neither was he. Crowder pursued a degree in psychology from UCF—that is, until his band, Dark Sermon, got signed and he left campus to tour the universe.

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  • Family Dynamics Getting Your Goat? Scapegoating with Glynis Sherwood

    Family Dynamics Getting Your Goat? Scapegoating with Glynis Sherwood

    Join Glynis Sherwood and host Kristin Walker for a discussion about scapegoating. Glynis Sherwood, MED, is a Counseling Therapist and Author who helps people around the world overcome childhood emotional abuse and neglect – including family scapegoating – that manifests as low self worth, unresolved trauma, identity confusion, relationship difficulties, attachment problems, chronic grief, inappropriate guilt and shame.

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  • Mental Health News Radio Network Is Proud To Be Affiliated With The Founders Of ZenCharts; Dan and Sean Callahan and Rick Glaser

    Mental Health News Radio Network Is Proud To Be Affiliated With The Founders Of ZenCharts; Dan and Sean Callahan and Rick Glaser

    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.

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  • Round Table Discussions: Privacy Violations in the Age of Social Media

    Round Table Discussions: Privacy Violations in the Age of Social Media

    Join us for an impromtu podcast about the dangers we see in behavioral health regarding patient privacy. Stephen Kavalkavich of Rescue the Rescuer, Dr. John Huber of Mainstream Mental Health and Brian Cuban (Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Advocate and Best-Selling Author of The Addicted Lawyer) join our host, Kristin Sunanta Walker, to discuss how social media can become a nest of patient rights violations.

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  • Recovery From Childhood Emotional Neglect with Dr. Jonice Webb

    Recovery From Childhood Emotional Neglect with Dr. Jonice Webb

    Dr. Jonice Webb has been interviewed on NPR and over thirty radio shows across the United States and Canada about the topic of her book, Emotional Neglect, and has been quoted as a psychologist expert in the Chicago Tribune. She writes the popular Childhood Emotional Neglect Blog on PsychCentral.com.

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    Dr. Webb has been a licensed psychologist since 1991, and has worked in a variety of different settings over the course of her career, including a psychiatric emergency service and substance abuse programs.  She has been the Director of several large outpatient clinics.  For the past eight years, she has been enjoying her private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, specializing in the treatment of couples and families.

    Over two decades of practicing psychology, Dr. Webb gradually started to see a factor from childhood which weighs upon people as adults.  This factor is extremely subtle.  In fact, it’s so difficult to see that it goes virtually unnoticed while it quietly saps a person’s joy in life, causing him or her to struggle with self-discipline, or to feel disconnected and unfulfilled.  Dr. Webb gave a name to this invisible factor from childhood.  She calls it Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN).™

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  • Psychopathy Awareness with Claudia Moscovici

    Psychopathy Awareness with Claudia Moscovici

    Claudia Moscovici, founder of Psychopathy Awareness Blog (psychopathyawareness.wordpress.com) joins Andrea Schneider, LCSW today to discuss the prevalence of psychopathy and the covert nature of this form of psychological abuse. She shares with listeners her expertise on how the public can be informed and protected from psychopathic (and narcissistic) abuse.

    Listen to her interview with The Savvy Shrink’s Andrea Schneider

    Moscovici was born in Bucharest, Romania. At the age of 12, she immigrated with her family to the United States where she has gone on to obtain a B.A. from Princeton University and a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Brown University. Moscovici taught philosophy, literature and arts and ideas at Boston University and at the University of Michigan. Born in Bucharest, Romania, she writes from her experience of life in a totalitarian regime, which marked her deeply.

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  • Mental Health and Murder: Massachusetts In The Spotlight with Michael Rezendes

    Mental Health and Murder: Massachusetts In The Spotlight with Michael Rezendes

    Mike Rezendes is a member of the Boston Globe Spotlight Team and shared a 2003 Pulitzer Prize for revealing the cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. In more than two decades with the Globe, he has investigated a wide array of additional subjects, including the September 11 attacks, health care costs, and prison suicides. While working with the Spotlight Team, Mike was also a Pulitzer Prize finalist twice, once in 2007 for an investigation of the debt collection industry, and again in 2017 for an exposé of the mental health care system in Massachusetts. On this show our host, Kristin Sunanta Walker, and Mike discuss the mental health system failure in Massachusetts.

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  • The Wizard of La La Land: Harvey Weinstein and Other Narcissists

    The Wizard of La La Land: Harvey Weinstein and Other Narcissists

    How many of you have felt triggered reading and hearing about the Harvey Weinstein allegations? Many of our listeners have. We have. We support the #metoo movement spearheaded by actress Alyssa Milano and have a very powerful discussion with host Kristin Sunanta Walker, Melanie Vann, and Melissa Richards about sexual misconduct and abuse.

    We’ve learned that while the abuser and society may wish to paint those who come forward as people who:

    Can’t seem to “move on” or “let things go”

    Are vitriolic

    Are unfair

    Are “crazy”

    Are only women

    This is simply not the case. Uncomfortable topics need to be discussed. Every victim and then survivor of sexual harassment has their own journey to recovery. As you evolve, your voice and understanding of what you experienced changes. It does not disappear.

    Being quiet supports the abuser not the abused. It also supports those who enable and act as accomplices to the abusers.

    This is not gender specific.

    The days of “men are just men” are over.

    For Good.

    Thank you for joining us on this poignant and deeply personal show.

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  • Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church: In the Spotlight

    Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church: In the Spotlight

    Phil Saviano is a victim of child sexual abuse by a Massachusetts Catholic priest in the 1960s. In 1992, at the age of 40, he went public about his abuse, generating national headlines. Through the pursuit of a civil suit, he gained evidence that least 7 bishops in four states had known that his abuser, Fr. David Holley, was a child molester. After settling his lawsuit with no confidentiality restrictions, he established the New England Chapter of SNAP, the national support network. Through SNAP, he formalized his outreach to other victims of child clergy abuse and assumed a role of expert and media spokesperson on the issue. Phil’s year 2001 contributions to the Boston Globe’s landmark investigation of clergy abuse in the Archdiocese of Boston, MA are portrayed in the movie “Spotlight,” the Academy Award Winning Best Film of 2016.

    Mike Rezendes is a member of the Boston Globe Spotlight Team and shared a 2003 Pulitzer Prize for revealing the cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. In more than two decades with the Globe, he has investigated a wide array of additional subjects, including the September 11 attacks, health care costs, and prison suicides. While working with the Spotlight Team, Mike was also a Pulitzer Prize finalist twice, once in 2007 for an investigation of the debt collection industry, and again in 2017 for an exposé of the mental health care system in Massachusetts.

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    Join Mike Rezendes and our CEO Kristin Walker again discussing The Boston Globe Spotlight team’s story on the mental health system in Massachusetts.

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  • Rescue the Rescuer: An Interview with First Responder Stephen Kavalkovich

    Rescue the Rescuer: An Interview with First Responder Stephen Kavalkovich

    Do You Ever Feel Like Everything Is Going Up In Flames? Fire fighters, police officers, military, EMS providers, and all first responders are under immense pressure and stress, day in and day out. This can lead to incredible challenges both at work and at home. Steve’s mission is to put a spotlight on these problems and help find solutions with the Rescue the Rescuers podcast and blog.

    Join Steve and our host, Kristin Walker, as they discuss his mission and how his podcast is already changing lives.

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    Listen to our CEO Kristin Walker on Rescue the Rescuer

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  • Post Traumatic Growth: Global Healing-Not Shaming & Calling Narcissism Out!

    Post Traumatic Growth: Global Healing-Not Shaming & Calling Narcissism Out!

    Thanks to Bree Bonchay, LCSW for calling June 1st the date of World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day. It was important for our host, Kristin Walker, to interview the friends that brought this awareness to Mental Health News Radio: Andrea Schneider and Christine Louis de Canonville (also Michele Mallon who could not join us for this interview). We’ve shared this walk for many years before we knew each other and then together the past 4 years. A whole lot of healing has gone on for each of us and for listeners of our shows.

    Please visit Christine’s website here for more information about her and her work.

    Please visit Andrea’s website here for more information about her and her work.

    Join us as we talk about what this day means for us, our friendship, and the thousands of people that have reached out for help upon finding our writing, hearing a podcast, being a part of a training session, or bumping into us on the street!

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  • Body Positivity: Mental Health and Matt Joseph Diaz

    Body Positivity: Mental Health and Matt Joseph Diaz

    The team at Mental Health News Radio and everythingEHR has been following Matt Joseph Diaz for some time. We’ve been amazed at his journey around body positivity and acceptance.

    When Linda Rosenberg, the CEO and President of The National Council for Behavioral Health joined us for a discussion about the “uncomfortable conversations” that must be had, we decided to create a show for our listeners that delved even deeper into the mental health field. We couldn’t think of anyone other than Matt to help us launch our first “after dark” show.

    Make no mistake – this is the no holds barred version of Mental Health News Radio. Want to hear the conversations that need to be had in order to heal our collective wounds around body issues? Tune in to this show.

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  • Practical Steps for Changing the World with Dr. Jennifer Prince

    Practical Steps for Changing the World with Dr. Jennifer Prince

    Our world has always had problems. There has always been racism, terrorism, hatred, and other horrible wrongdoings toward human beings. However, we don’t have to sit back and just accept life like this.

    You can change the world. I can change the world. And it starts with Self.

    This is where our power lies: With Self. Because we can’t control other people. We can only control ourselves. And that’s empowering.

    We have more power than we think. Isn’t that good news?! Since everything starts with Self, then this is absolutely good news!

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  • Men & Anxiety: Creating Safe Spaces to Share Our Experiences

    Men & Anxiety: Creating Safe Spaces to Share Our Experiences

    Join host Kristin Walker for this inagurual show about Men and Anxiety. Where is a safe space to talk about this “man to man”? Kristin will soon exit the format and leave the show in a low estrogen environment. We’ll have different hosts leading the show with regular guests and experts on occasion.

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  • DBGM In My Mind Conference: HIV and Mental Health

    DBGM In My Mind Conference: HIV and Mental Health

    Antoine Craigwell joins our host Kristin Walker again to discuss his upcoming event: In My Mind: A LGBTQI+ people of color mental health conference, Mental Health and HIV.

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  • Mental Health in Italy: An Interview with Dr. Paolo Molino

    Mental Health in Italy: An Interview with Dr. Paolo Molino

    I was lucky enough to spend the month of July this year in Italy with our CEO and host of Mental Health News Radio, Kristin Walker. Armed with high speed internet in our villa and the fact that Kristin does 75% of her work via phone and email, she was able to vacation some, work a lot, and spend some time volunteering.  We were also there to grieve the passing of her father, my husband. Amidst all of this activity I wondered how she could possibly fit in volunteer work. But, not to worry, in one day she located ten volunteer organizations in Florence and fired off a simple email request asking if they would were available to discuss the work they do within the mental health community of Florence.  This led to an invitation to meet with Dr. Paolo Molino, a local psychotherapist.

    I went with Kristin to meet Dr. Molino (he prefers Paolo) at his office for 30 minutes, but he was so obviously enjoying their discussion that after 90 minutes he invited us to come with him to pick up his preschool daughter so they could continue talking.  Their discussion ranged from why he chose this field and how he built his practice (he speaks excellent English as well as French, so can also work with foreign clients), the education and credentialing process in Italy, and his preference for therapy treatments (Gestalt).  Just incidentally we also got a chance to be in the neighborhoods, not just the tourist areas, see a private Italian apartment-home, and drive (wildly!) through the streets to the local school.

    It was important for Kristin to find out what his views were on mental health, what stigmas there are in Italy as opposed to the United States, and what his experience as a practitioner were like day-to-day. She told him about Mental Health News Radio and her audience of mostly behavioral health providers in the United States (we have a small but growing number in Ireland and the U.K.).

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  • JoyGasms – Are You Gettin’ Enough? Dr. Shannon South and Kristin Sunanta Walker

    JoyGasms – Are You Gettin’ Enough? Dr. Shannon South and Kristin Sunanta Walker

    Join Dr. Shannon South with a follow up to her popular show on Mental Health News Radio What Is Your Joy IQ? We talk about something on the minds and hearts of many of our listeners: emotional affairs, empathy, narcissism, sex, and what in the world is a JoyGASM? Are you getting enough of them? How do we get more?

    Take a walk through discussions about Tantra, love making, emotional intimacy and personal responsibility. Yet another “Did we share too much?” Of course we did!

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  • Knocking Out Mental Health Stigma with Jesse James Leija

    Knocking Out Mental Health Stigma with Jesse James Leija

    Two-time world champion boxer, Jesse James Leija, joins host Kristin Sunanta Walker on Mental Health News Radio to talk about the mind-body connection. Mental acuity, continued acts of service through advocacy, love of family, humility, and entrepreneurship are all at the heart of Jesse James Leija. He discusses the many phases of his career and how his training as a boxer kept him mentally and physically able to take on world champion competitors and stay in the ring. Please visit his website at www.jessejamesleija.com for more information about his organizations and the charities he not only supports financially but rolls up his sleeves and puts the hard work in day after day.

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  • From The Gridiron to Addiction Recovery With Randy Grimes

    From The Gridiron to Addiction Recovery With Randy Grimes

    We had the pleasure of meeting Randy and Lydia Grimes at the Navigating the World of Addiction conference in Littleton Colorado. Randy and Lydia were there with the treatment center they passionately serve Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches. Sharing the stage to discuss their story as a family was inspiring for all of us.  Randy made sure to invite Lydia to join him to share her part of the journey as well.  Addiction is a family disease and hearing from both husband and wife was powerful. Randy was an American football player who played center for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1983 to 1992. He also played for Baylor University during the early 1980’s and was part of the 1980 Southwest Conference Champion Bears. He is now an interventionist, speaker, and part of the team at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches.

    Our podcast is known for Keeping it Real and that is exactly what you get with Randy. This was very personal for the entire team at Mental Health News Radio and many of our listeners. A healing took place for all of us since meeting Randy and especially for our host Kristin Walker during this intimate and poignant interview. Our heartfelt thanks go out to him, his wife Lydia, his family and the staff of Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches.

    Randy and Lydia continue to share their experience with addiction and recovery using their knowledge to help not only athletes but any family struggling with their road to recovery. We are honored to take part in working with Randy sharing the stories of the many lives saved because of USING YOUR VOICE.

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  • 12 Ways to Emotional Freedom with Dr. Jennifer L. Prince

    12 Ways to Emotional Freedom with Dr. Jennifer L. Prince

    How much energy do you expend each day on emotional matters? Are you exhausted from excessive worry?

    Do you ever question yourself? Do you get anxious?

    Are you drained from the incessant bickering with someone who doesn’t get it? Are you involved with a narcissist who tells you you’re imagining things?

    If so, keep reading. I wrote this article just for you!

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  • Fifty Shades of Narcissism By Dr. Jennifer L. Prince

    Fifty Shades of Narcissism By Dr. Jennifer L. Prince

    I recently saw Fifty Shades of Grey for the first time and am elated to write about the protagonist, Christian Grey. What intrigued me most about this movie was Mr. Grey’s blatant narcissism. Though this movie has an erotic storyline, that’s not my focus. The aim of this article is to underscore the qualities typically seen in narcissists, so that you can reduce your risk of being ensnared by these emotional vampires.

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  • Sexual Assault Survivors: Voices of Experience and Healing

    Sexual Assault Survivors: Voices of Experience and Healing

    Join Kristin Sunanta Walker, counselor Shari Botwin, and Patricia Leary Steuer, all sexual assault survivors as they discuss their experiences and the healing necessary in order to find measures of peace. All three of these women keep it real and very personal as a shared discussion on the trauma, long-term PTSD, anxiety, and depression that we all suffer after these kinds of experiences.Shari Botwin, LCSW has been counseling survivors of trauma and abuse for over 20 years.  She has given expert testimony on most major news outlets and will be featured in a documentary later this year on healing from sexual trauma.  She is working on her second book, Conquering Trauma. Through the years she has witnessed patients go from surviving to thriving into a full life. Listen to Shari’s first interview here. Shari’s article in the Philadelphia Inquirer regarding the Bill Cosby trial is here.

    Patricia Leary Steuer joins us to share her personal story as another survivor of sexual assault. Her interview in New York Magazine can be found here.

    Kristin Sunanta Walker is the CEO of MHNR Network and host of Mental Health News Radio.  She is a long time advocate and speaker about sexual abuse, incest, and trauma.

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    Next Gen Revolution Summit

    Next Gen Revolution Summit

    Join Jonathan Bertrand and Kristin Walker at the Next Gen Revolution Summit.

    CIBHS

    CIBHS

    The 18th Annual Behavioral Health Informatics Conference and Exposition Meeting the Information Management Needs of Mental Health and Substance Use Programs.

    In My Mind

    In My Mind

    This year’s conference focuses on mental health care: navigating concerns, acknowledging developments and looking to the future for LGBTQ peoples of color, through the collective strengths and wisdom of clinicians, consumers, academics, and advocates to confront the issues affecting these communities.

    National Conference on Addiction Disorders

    National Conference on Addiction Disorders

    Deconstructing Stigma

    Deconstructing Stigma

    Converge

    Converge

    The Samaritan Institute

    The Samaritan Institute

    Men & Anxiety

    Men & Anxiety

    La Hacienda

    La Hacienda

    Episodes Featuring Dr. Paul Meier

    Episodes Featuring Dr. Paul Meier

    Empowered Empaths

    Empowered Empaths

    Lifted From The Rut

    Lifted From The Rut

    Navigating the World of Addiction Event

    Mental Health Perspectives

    Mental Health Perspectives

    MyGenetx

    MyGenetx

    The Evolution Of Addiction Treatment

    The Evolution Of Addiction Treatment

    NC Tide

    NC Tide

    National Council

    National Council

    National Council For Human Animal Connection

    National Council For Human Animal Connection

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