Advocate, Storyteller and Creator of National Mental Health Movement #IfYouCouldSeeMe Erin Mahone Brings Her New Podcast to Mental Health News Radio Network
Advocate and creative Erin Mahone drew on her personal and family experience of mental illness to create #IfYouCouldSeeMe a national platform for people with mental health and related diagnoses to connect, share and inspire.
Through storytelling, music, writing and the performing arts Mahone invites them to start conversations about their unique experiences. She aims to facilitate frank and open dialogues that allow participants – and listeners – to feel connected, heard, seen and valued. The #IfYouCouldSeeMe project includes an open submission blog, live storytelling events and workshops, a photographic exhibition and, now, the #IfYouCouldSeeMe podcast on Mental Health News Radio Network. In keeping with the Network’s mission, Mahone’s podcast aims to reduce stigma surrounding mental health through compassionate, humorous and real-life exchanges with regular guests.
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