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Science to Practice in Suicide Prevention

This series features interviews with experts in the field of mental health and suicide prevention. Topics range from understanding the best overall approach to prevent suicide to how to help someone who is going through a tough time in their life. Disclaimer: The views, opinions and endorsements expressed in each podcast episode are those of the host and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Mental Health News Radio Network.

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PAX West Mash up!

PAX West was at the start of September and we are proudly able to be in the Diversity Lounge talking about mental health and suicide prevention. I took a morning to talk with several different people about what games helped and is continuing helping them through COVID and also got to hear stories from their lives.

 

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You ALL Rock…THANK YOU. xoxo Dr. Denise

THANK YOU! Together WE are changing the way WE think, talk and act about mental health. The 40K downloads happened (just now) the same week three Diva Discussion shows dropped and the press release launched, “Dr. Denise Vision Celebrates Five Years of Service.” Divine timing. NO Coincidences. This landmark did not come with out challenges […] Continue reading…

Diva Discussions:Brooke Stokes AHA Moments into ABUNDANCE and away from addiction

Can you say AHA DIVA MOMENTS?! WE just went NEXT LEVEL with this “part 2” with Brooke Stokes as she shares her hiccups and humilities of embracing her neurostyle on her unique pathway from addiction to ABUNDANCE. WE GEEKED OUT ON: Epigenetics. Adaptive Perfectionism vs. Restrictive Perfectionism. Compulsive behavior. Integrative health. WE talked dating (polyamory, […] Continue reading…

Empowering Young People, Strengthening Schools & Mobilizing Communities: Interview with John MacPhee | Episode 97

Suicide rates for our youth and young adults have been climbing since 2001. The reasons for this trend is complex but experts suggest it is a perfect storm of historical events, easy access to distressing information, an unhealthy screen time to outside and social time ratio, and compromised sleep, among other things. The good news is, young people are extraordinary. They have lower mental health bias, they have a desire to help others, and they will change the word.

In this episode I speak with John MacPhee, Executive Director for The Jed Foundation about his thoughts on best practices for engaging young people and schools in the work of suicide prevention and mental health promotion.

John MacPhee
About John MacPhee
John MacPhee brings 30 years of leadership and management experience from the business and not-for-profit settings to his role at the JED Foundation. Passionate about supporting young adults in their transition to adulthood, John advises several organizations including the S. Jay Levy Fellowship for Future Leaders at City College, Trek Medics, Crisis Text Line, the Health Policy and Management Department at the Mailman School of Public Health, and HIV Hero. Earlier in his career, he served in executive positions for Par Pharmaceutical, Inc. and Forest Laboratories, where he oversaw functions such as business development, alliance management, clinical development, regulatory affairs, sales and marketing. John continues to contribute to the development of novel medications for disorders such as Parkinson’s disease through board roles with Adamas Pharmaceuticals and Blackthorn Therapeutics. In 2016, John received The Allan Rosenfield Alumni Award for Excellence in the field of public health from the Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. He earned a BA from Columbia College, an MBA from New York University and an MPH from Columbia University.

About The Jed Foundation

The Jed Foundation is a 501c3 organization that believes in a comprehensive, public health approach to promoting mental health and preventing suicide. JED’s programs are grounded in our Comprehensive Approach to Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention for Colleges and Universities and for High Schools. These evidence-based models can be used to assess efforts currently being made in schools, identifying existing strengths and areas for improvement.

The programs and resources recommended through the JED Higher Education and JED High School programs have been developed with an equitable implementation lens that ensures that the needs of students who are potentially marginalized and/or underserved due to societal and structural inequities and school-specific community demographics are considered deliberately and intentionally. For more information go to https://www.sallyspencerthomas.com/hope-illuminated-podcast/97

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