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Join your cohosts Evelyn M. Ryan and Kristin Sunanta Walker with two special guests as they discuss power imbalances – at work, at home, in relationships, in the world.

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.

Johnny Crowder joins hosts Dave Ballenberger and Kristin Walker, to talk about his SMS platform CopeNotes.com which is shaking how we look at effective treatments in mental health. Johnny is a musician, singer, artist, and tech entrepreneur who has fronted several heavy metal bands. He founded CopeNotes as a tool to help those struggling with their mental health. A daily reminder that helps you strengthen and renew neural pathways.

www.copenotes.com

The first episode in our new series on Mental Health News Radio has our cohosts, Dave Ballenberger and Kristin Walker, exploring the topics, guests, and ideas for this show. Why is a show on the business side of Mental Healthcare important?

There is not a podcast in the world that comes close to these topics and just like any sector of healthcare – mental healthcare is a booming business. It is also unique in that discussions of profit, using the word “sales”, and the downsides of this industry are rarely, if ever, spoken about.

Kristin Walker is the founder of MHNR Network and has spent the last several years working directly in the business side of mental health.

Dave Ballenberger, MSW has spent his entire career in the mental health field from working as a clinician to running a successful technology company.

Tune in each week to discover the “under the hood and behind the scenes” of their most favorite part of the healthcare industry.

www.mentalhealthbusinessradio.com

Shahida Arabi is a summa cum laude graduate of Columbia University graduate school and a four-time bestselling author. Her bestselling books include The Smart Girl’s Guide to Self-Care and Becoming the Narcissist’s Nightmare: How to Devalue and Discard the Narcissist While Supplying Yourself, featured as a a #1 Amazon Bestseller for 16 consecutive months after its release, and POWER: Surviving and Thriving, featured as a #1 Amazon Bestseller in Applied Psychology. Her writing has been featured on Salon, Psych Central, The Huffington Post, The National Domestic Violence Hotline, MOGUL, Yoganonymous, Elephant Journal, Dollhouse Magazine, The West 4th Street Review, Thought Catalog, the Feministing Community blog, and Harvard-trained psychologist Dr. Monica O’Neal’s website. Her interests include psychology, sociology, education, gender studies and mental health advocacy. She studied English Literature and Psychology as an undergraduate student at NYU, where she graduated summa cum laude and was President of its National Organization for Women (NOW) chapter. Her viral blog articles, “Five Powerful Ways Abusive Narcissists Get Inside Your Head,” and “20 Diversion Tactics Highly Manipulative Narcissists, Sociopaths and Psychopaths Use To Silence You” have been shared worldwide and her work has been endorsed and shared by numerous clinical psychologists, mental health practitioners, bestselling authors, and award-winning bloggers.

www.selfcarehaven.wordpress.com

Join Kristin Walker and her guest Bipolar Barbie as they talk about being advocates in the mental health field. People ask her why she chose the name Bipolar Barbie and it all started one Sunday afternoon. Her housemate asked her why she has so many clothes and she replied “because I have so many different personalities, they each need their own wardrobe” Then it dawned on her. “I am just like a naked barbie doll, waiting to see what outfit I will be dressed in each day, dressed by another hand.”

Barbie has her outfits like nurse barbie, horse riding barbie, dancing barbie and everything in between. This is Bipolar Barbie in the mental health world.

www.bipolarbarbie.com

Nanci Danison joins us to talk about the day she died. That’s right. The day she died and what she learned from the experience.

She died March 14, 1994, at the age of 43, but voluntarily returned to human life to share what she could remember of the wonders she experienced and truths she learned in the afterlife. At the time of her death, she had been an attorney practicing law in a 270 attorney regional law firm for 17 years as a litigator in the labor and employment law areas, and as a transactional and health care fraud defense lawyer in the health law field. She brought her training and skills as a trial lawyer to the evidence she encountered and challenged within the afterlife.

“Nancy brings the credibility of a trial lawyer, highly trained to evaluate evidence, to her account of the answers to our most pressing spiritual questions: What is God? Who am I? What is the purpose of this life? What happens when we die? . . . She
observed this near-death experience with the detachment of a jurist. That jury of one found no evidence to support the traditional religious model of ‘heaven.’ Instead, the reality she experienced was much more intricate and fulfilling. It felt like returning to a very different but familiar culture.” — June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, Healthy Beginnings Magazine (Sept. 2012).

Join your cohosts Evelyn M. Ryan and Kristin Sunanta Walker as they discuss the stages everyone goes through while healing from emotional abuse.

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.

Amy O’Neill, MS, LPC is a speaker, survivor, resilience expert, therapist, and motivator is our guest today with her friend and our co-host, Dr. Kristina Hallett. Today we talk about and examine resilience.

Amy O’Neill chose a mental health career that requires resilience to do well and stay healthy; and she engages in hobbies that thrive on resilience, like the Iron-man Triathlon and Boston Marathon. Amy has also been thrust into situations wherein survival came from resilience. Thus, as a Mental Health professional and Boston Marathon attack survivor, Amy has acquired keen insight into how we can not only survive the challenges life throws at us, but also thrive in creating a life we love.

www.amyconeill.com

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