The Savvy Shrink hosted by Andrea Schneider MSW, LCSW, interviews leading experts in the field of trauma, narcissistic abuse and maternal mental health.
The Savvy Shrink joins Mental Health News Radio Network as one of its thirty six podcasts dedicated to mental and behavioural health and well-being.
Psychotherapist, life coach and equine therapist Melanie Vann combines clinical expertise, her own and others’ struggles with mental health and abuse to inspire and empower listeners.
Mental Health News Radio Network now features Memoirs of Madness, a podcast hosted by psychotherapist, life coach and equine therapist Melanie Vann. In addition to her clinical credentials Vann is the Network’s Program and Advocacy Director. She also regularly co-hosts the popular Empowered Empaths segment on Mental Health News Radio.
Child Mental Health Center Director Aaron Huey hosts podcast Beyond Risk and Back with co-Host Maia Huey. The podcast aims to support parents by frankly examining teen mental health and addiction. They aim to educate and support clinicians, teachers and parents working with at risk children by openly addressing issues like drug addiction, sexual harassment and family dynamics.
Meet Aaron Huey!
Mental Health News Radio Network, the world’s largest podcast network dedicated exclusively to mental and behavioral health and well-being content, is proud to announce Cope Notes as one of its sponsors. Founded by Cope Notes CEO, metal musician and mental health advocate Johnny Crowder, Cope Notes is an innovative mental health app that uses daily text messages to promote good mental and emotional health.
Mental Health News Radio Network CEO Kristin Walker, and Director of Programming Melanie Vann, were early supporters of Cope Notes and among the first people to publically endorse the app. They reached out to Crowder initially.
Crowder said, “The number one barrier in mental wellness is simply a general lack of awareness, so when I read into MHNRN, partnering up was a no-brainer”.
Several of our podcasters have interviewed Johnny on their shows. See the full list here.
Former New Jersey paramedic Stephen Kavalkovich nearly died from a heroin overdose before finding recovery from drug addiction and mental illness. This journey led to his current role as host of Mental Health News Radio Network podcast Rescue the Rescuer. Rescue the Rescuer sheds light on the mental and emotional stresses faced by police officers, fire fighters, soldiers, EMS providers and other first responders, stresses which can lead to mental illnesses such as PTSD and addiction problems.