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A follow up show about boundaries with Kristin Walker and Dr. Lisa Day. We discuss the challenges to setting healthy boundaries which seem to involve A Book of Should’s, Followed by They!

Dr. Lisa Day is a licensed psychologist and licensed registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both physically and emotionally.

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Join Dr. Paul Meier and Dr. Lisa Day as they discuss treatment resistant mood disorders. Difficult to treat anxiety and depression is discussed in detail offering medication and counseling options.

Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of Meier Clinics, a practicing psychiatrist, best-selling author, and international speaker.

Dr. Lisa Day is a licensed psychologist and registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both physically and emotionally.

www.meierclinics.com

Join host Kristin Walker with Dr. Paul Meier, Dr. Lisa Day, and Grant Davis as they discuss the often misunderstood role of ADD and ADHD medication. There are pros and cons which we discuss in detail with our incredible guests.

Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of Meier Clinics, a multi-state outpatient mental health organization, a best-selling author and practicing psychiatrist.

Dr. Lisa Day has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, behavioral/medical issues, addiction, relationship struggles, interpersonal boundary concerns, work/life balance, major life adjustments, divorce recovery, crisis, grief, forgiveness, and loss. She has worked in a variety of settings, including working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs as well as working as a coach in assisting individuals to identify and reach their full potential in their social and occupational endeavors.

Dr. Day is an expert in assisting clients to develop healthy boundaries, integrating healthy communication skills, and utilizing mindfulness in applying healthy coping skills to deal with the stressors contributing to their challenge. Dr. Day works with eating disorders ranging from anorexia and bulimia to compulsive overeating.

In addition to being a licensed psychologist, Dr. Day is also a licensed registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both physically and emotionally.

Grant Davis is new to the show and is a psychiatric nurse practitioner. Grant provides psychiatric medication management for children, adolescents, and adults. His approach to medication management is client focused and collaborative based on information shared between clinician and the client. Grant believes that a strong therapeutic relationship between clinician and patient is vital for positive mental health outcomes.

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A follow up to our previous show about undiagnosed ADHD in women with Dr. Lisa Day. Many of our listening family emailed with questions such as:

“My whole life has changed since getting this diagnosis and taking medication. Sometimes I don’t take it on the weekends or I run out and forget to refill the prescription. I start feeling extra sluggish and worn out. I was wondering if that’s probably how I always felt but it seems more extreme now that I know what life is like on the medication.”

“It felt like I was more agitated at the end of the day when my medication started to wear off but over time this has lessened. When you talked about how that can happen because we aren’t used to being focused so when meds wear off, our racing thoughts start again which can be irritating. Hearing that helped me a lot. I am 64 and one of my doctors said I lived with this my whole life without medication so what is the point of taking it now. I wonder what to say to something like that. It seems really rude or ageist.”

“When I take my medication I get so much done. It doesn’t feel like my brain is this complicated heavy mess preventing me from focusing. Am I in danger of burning out if I keep taking medication?”

“Why do you think this was not a common diagnosis for women? Do you think people just assumed we are scatter brained?”

“Can you talk about some experiences with patients and how their lives changed for the better after the diagnosis? Did any of them say that the people in their life were kind of surprised or scared at how much different they seemed?”

Dr. Day has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, behavioral/medical issues, addiction, relationship struggles, interpersonal boundary concerns, work/life balance, major life adjustments, divorce recovery, crisis, grief, forgiveness, and loss. She has worked in a variety of settings, including working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs as well as working as a coach in assisting individuals to identify and reach their full potential in their social and occupational endeavors.

Dr. Day is an expert in assisting clients to develop healthy boundaries, integrating healthy communication skills, and utilizing mindfulness in applying healthy coping skills to deal with the stressors contributing to their challenge. Dr. Day works with eating disorders ranging from anorexia and bulimia to compulsive overeating.

In addition to being a licensed psychologist, Dr. Day is also a licensed registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both physically and emotionally.

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A different look at forgiveness and how it impacts our mental health. Dr. Lisa Day joins us to discuss this often misunderstood topic.

Dr. Day has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, behavioral/medical issues, addiction, relationship struggles, interpersonal boundary concerns, work/life balance, major life adjustments, divorce recovery, crisis, grief, forgiveness, and loss. She has worked in a variety of settings, including working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs as well as working as a coach in assisting individuals to identify and reach their full potential in their social and occupational endeavors.

Dr. Day is an expert in assisting clients to develop healthy boundaries, integrating healthy communication skills, and utilizing mindfulness in applying healthy coping skills to deal with the stressors contributing to their challenge. Dr. Day works with eating disorders ranging from anorexia and bulimia to compulsive overeating.

In addition to being a licensed psychologist, Dr. Day is also a licensed registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both physically and emotionally.

www.meierclinics.com

Megan Summers, Director Of Operations, and Barbara Crump, LPC, LMFT (both from the Meier Clinics organization) discuss the difference between residential inpatient mental health treatment and day programs. Meier Clinics has an incredible day programs (Catalyst) where patients can experience rapid healing and growth. Listen as Megan and Barbara explain how powerful the experience can be when participating in a day program and what the differences are from inpatient therapy.

Barbara was reading Dr. Meier’s books for over 20 years by the time she began working at the Meier Clinic in Richardson, this exposure early on likely sparked her love for mental health. Barbara graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 2015 with a Masters in Counseling, and went on to work full-time in the Richardson Catalyst Day program PHP/IOP where she saw a wide range of diagnosis and began to seek a better understanding of how the brain works. Focusing on trauma, stress and brain health has been helpful in working with clients and their families. She has a passion for helping people to work toward long term mental health, focusing on positive skills the client already has, and working with the client to find solutions.

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Join Kristin Sunanta Walker, Dr. Keith Cobern, Dr. Paul Meier, and Grant Davis as they discuss the effectiveness of mental health day programs.

Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of www.meierclinics.com, a best-selling author and practicing psychiatrist.

Grant Davis is new to the show and is a psychiatric nurse practitioner. Grant provides psychiatric medication management for children, adolescents, and adults. His approach to medication management is client focused and collaborative based on information shared between clinician and the client. Grant believes that a strong therapeutic relationship between clinician and patient is vital for positive mental health outcomes.

Dr. Keith Cobern has been the director of the Richardson, TX Meier Clinic day program for many years. Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion, Philosophy and Sociology from Dallas Baptist University. Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Counseling and Doctorate degree in Psychology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Licensed in Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

Director at Meier Clinics Washington, Lilla Marie, interviews a fellow Meier Clinic clinician, Mary Beth Woll, LMHC.

Mary Beth is the co-author, along with Dr. Paul Meier, of Growing Stronger: 12 Guidelines Designed to Turn Your Darkest Hour into Your Greatest Victory. Mary Beth works with adults on a wide range of issues in addition to those listed above. She describes her therapy style as Object Relations while incorporating Cognitive Behavioral and Inner Healing.

Mary Beth worked as Co-Music Minister together with her husband, Bob, for many years. She enjoys teaching psychological principles from a solid Biblical basis. She is available for speaking engagements for churches, retreats, women’s ministries, and seminars.

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Join Kristin Sunanta Walker, Melanie Vann, Dr. Paul Meier, and Grant Davis as they discuss Opioid addiction and medication treatment on this weeks Round Table discussion.

Melanie is the Program Director of MHNR Network.

Dr. Paul Meier is the founder of www.meierclinics.com, a best-selling author and practicing psychiatrist.

Grant Davis is new to the show and is a psychiatric nurse practitioner. Grant provides psychiatric medication management for children, adolescents, and adults. His approach to medication management is client focused and collaborative based on information shared between clinician and the client. Grant believes that a strong therapeutic relationship between clinician and patient is vital for positive mental health outcomes.

Dr. Lisa Day, one of hosts of The Clinical Christian podcast, discusses the often touchy subject of boundaries. She also explains the difference between a boundary and a barrier. We talk about the following statements:

You cannot truthfully say yes until you can comfortably say no
How to be me without loosing you

Dr. Day has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, behavioral/medical issues, addiction, relationship struggles, interspersonal boundary concerns, work/life balance, major life adjustments, divorce recovery, crisis, grief, forgiveness, and loss. She has worked in a variety of settings, including working with adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient programs as well as working as a coach in assisting individuals to identify and reach their full potential in their social and occupational endeavors.

Dr. Day is an expert in assisting clients to develop healthy boundaries, integrating healthy communication skills, and utilizing mindfulness in applying healthy coping skills to deal with the stressors contributing to their challenge. Dr. Day works with eating disorders ranging from anorexia and bulimia to compulsive overeating.

In addition to being a licensed psychologist, Dr. Day is also a licensed registered nurse. This allows her to treat the whole person and understand how various stressors affect people both psysically and emotionally.

www.meierclinics.com

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