Dr. Alix Nassiri is a Double Board Certified Addiction Medicine Physician, an Anesthesiologist, EMDR trained, Trauma-focused Clinician and Founder of REACH Wellness, a cutting-edge brain and body institute. Dr. Nassiri’s outstanding medical expertise and breakthrough treatments has made him one of the Top Physicians in the Los Angeles area for Behavioral Health & Wellness. Dr. Nassiri helps patients with a full range of behavioral health issues, ranging from substance and alcohol use disorders, depression, PTSD, anxiety, OCD and chronic pain.
Michael Garrett is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CNS Healthcare. He joins our hosts David Ballenberger and Kristin Sunanta Walker to talk about integrated care and mental health. A topic not completely understood by many in the mental health field. Michael talks about this in relation to CNS Healthcare and the industry in general.
Michael K. Garrett is an experienced President with a demonstrated history of working in the mental health care industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Budgeting, Social Services, Government, and Managerial Finance. Strong business development professional with a Master of Science (M.S.) focused in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University.
Dr. Paul Meier received The Great American Award and shares with our listening family what this award is for and how he experienced the ceremony.
We also talk about stalkers, trollers, bullying, harassment, and cyber-stalking. What it looks like, what you are dealing with, how to report the abuse, and how to disengage from these severely mentally ill people who need proper treatment for their predatory behaviors.
Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of the multi-state, non-profit mental health outpatient organization Meier Clinics, a practicing psychiatrist, best-selling author, and international speaker.
Melanie Vann has her MA in Counseling Psychology. She is the Program Director for MHNR Network and host of Memoirs of Madness.
Kristin Sunanta Walker is the founder of MHNR Network and host of Mental Health News Radio.
What does it mean for female leaders to lead as themselves? Join hosts Catherine Greer Limpo and Kristin Sunanta Walker as they explore the statements below on this terrific show in our Women Who Lead series on Mental Health News Radio.
Leading as ourselves:
– being our actual selves
– speaking as we think or feel
– sharing our opinions as they are without bias
– having no fear in the way that we interact with others
– using our personal experiences to storytell and guide
– using our histories as a leaders tool
– current philosophies of the authentic leader
– authentic leader- diagram below
– Brene Brown- daring to lead, gifts of imperfection
– critique of authentic leadership not just tailoring of leadership to the audience
– following principles of experience, introspection, feedback, adjustment
– have movements like #metoo made it easier to be ourselves?
– speaking the truth
– the leadership opportunity
– our uniqueness and weaknesses makes us stronger
– 5 ways to develop strengths- 5-ways-discover-and-develop-your-unique-strengths
– ways our deepest weaknesses make us strong
– celebrating failure
– we can lead even through the things that create affect in our lives
– these things lend to our experience and our story
– these things make us authentic leaders who show up as themselves
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.
Jaime Grace answers questions from listeners about narcissistic relationships and narcissistic mothers.
Grace’s work incorporates Western, depth psychology, developmental theory, as well as meditative, contemplative, and mindfulness-based approaches to interpersonal and personal growth, spiritual transformation, and emotional healing.
His interests and therapeutic training are in the field of analytical and Jungian psychology, and attachment theory. His spiritual background is influenced by Buddhist concepts, Sufism, Christian Mystics, and Shamanistic experiences.
At present, Grace runs his online private practice worldwide (in English and Portuguese). He also runs workshops online and around the world. Besides that, he spends the rest of his time being a spiritual mentor, psychotherapist, shamanic practitioner, teacher, coach and writer.