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Tune in with Adriana Alejandre, LMFT to the weekly podcast that discusses mental health topics related to Latinas, Latinos and Latinx individuals in efforts to demystify myths and diagnoses.
We're a small and mighty team passionate about mental fitness, relaxation and sleep.
Meditation and mindfulness for any mind, any mood, any goal Learn to manage feelings and thoughts with the lifelong skill of everyday mindfulness, any time of the day.
As you can guess from the name of the podcast, co-hosts Sarah Thyre and Susan Orlean talk about the things that make us cry. They interview creative guests — like musicians, writers and actors — and have intimate and moving discussions about things that depress them and make them weep.
Comedian Paul Gilmartin's popular podcast shares weekly stories of people's experiences living with mental health issues like depression, addiction, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Gilmartin, who is a recovering alcoholic diagnosed with clinical depression, brings a sardonic humor to his candid weekly conversations, in hopes that they'll inspire others to seek help.
The guests on John Moe's show often tell stories for a living as entertainers, and here, they recount their clinical depression experiences with the same shot of humor and searing honesty that's helped them get through the pain. Though producer APM crushed fans by ending the pod mid-2020, there are 96 episodes to binge—and a companion book by the same name.
Get into an Imani State of Mind with psychiatrist Dr. Imani Walker. Every week, she'll break down mental illness such as schizophrenia and sociopathy. She explores mental health through pop culture and news and in the process normalizes what getting your mind right really looks like.
Aims to destigmatize anxiety and depression by holding space for guests' honest accounts of their own mental health journeys. Temps also welcomes a roster of experts to share advice, and as a host, his soothing cadence could itself be considered therapeutic.
Do you have a dark place? Do you ever feel alone? Joel Kutz produces not one, but two podcasts: “The Dark Place” and “Stories from Today.” As the host of “The Dark Place,”he talks to everyday people and shares their stories about depression, anxiety, trauma and mental illness. He hopes to “show that if you're struggling, you're not alone.”