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Coping 101 is presented by C89.5 FM in partnership with Seattle Children's producing monthly, student-led conversations that de-stigmatize a range of mental health topics from a teen's perspective. No matter our age or background we all face challenges, and there are healthy ways to cope. Explore more episodes and mental health resources hosted at c895.org/coping101 Made possible with support from Seattle Children's, Crisis Connections, Carter Subaru, Hansmire Builders and Audian.
 
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Coping

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Coping

Chaplain Kevin Deegan & Life Coach Kathy Young Deegan

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In these unprecedented times how are you coping? Join hosts Chaplain Kevin & Life Coach Kathy as they discuss relevant topics and practical tools for healthy coping. Chaplain Kevin Deegan is a Board Certified Chaplain who is serving on the front lines in hospital ministry. Kathy Young Deegan is a certified Life & Vocation Coach helping individuals overcome their life obstacles and discover their true calling.
 
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Calmly Coping

Tatiana Garcia

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Calmly Coping is an actionable self-improvement podcast for overthinkers with high-functioning anxiety. I'm your host, Tati Garcia, and I'm a licensed counselor specializing in anxiety treatment & a coach specializing in high-functioning anxiety. Do you appear calm and collected on the outside, but on the inside you are struggling, doubting, and overthinking? Calmly Coping is not about fixing you, it's about uncovering the amazing person that is already there (and that you are just too afrai ...
 
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The Mindful Coping Podcast

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The Mindful Coping Podcast

Mindful Coping Skills For The Real World

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Jeff Krisman has over 20 years of experience in practicing a type of Mindfulness practice called Mindful Coping, which provides practitioners with an ongoing and increasing ability to cope more effectively with the chaos, uncertainty, and constant change that we experience in our lives. He has found this particular type of practice to be highly effective in helping people to cultivate the ability to be more present and to be more calm in quickly changing conditions, to develop a calmer and m ...
 
Angela Kennecke is a journalist who lost her 21-year-old daughter Emily to fentanyl poisoning on May 16, 2018. Angela is "grieving out loud" to try to put an end to this epidemic by stopping the stigma and promoting the treatment of substance use disorder as the disease it is. Anyone coping with loss and looking for inspiration can benefit from listening to this podcast.
 
The Heartache To Hope Podcast is where we get real about infertility, IVF, pregnancy loss and everything in between. My journey to having a baby has been and continues to be heartbreaking, complicated and relentless. I understand your pain and I believe you have incredible strength, even on the dark days. Through my interviews with ordinary woman who have become extraordinary through their journeys, as well as hearing from people whose life’s work it is to support those going through these c ...
 
Saint Walter Church in Roselle began this podcast, Coping with Jesus, initially entirely by women for women. This podcast came to fruition after seeing so many of our parishioners and friends having difficulty coping with the pandemic and all the changes that have resulted from it. We started to look at what could help more than listen to other women, some friends and some unknowns, who are using Jesus as their model to help them cope. The first season we began by looking at the 12 examples ...
 
shreya and prashasti have a lot to say. especially when they're having deep conversations at 1am, so they decided to overshare on the internet :) welcome to coping together. our podcast aims at providing a safe and judgement-free space for desi youth (or any really, however, our experiences are usually synonymous with desis). we hope you enjoy your time here! follow us on instagram!! @copingtogetherr
 
A podcast for creators about coping with the unrelenting need to create, our mental health, self-imposed obstacles, actually succeeding, and everything in-between. Coping with Creativity is all about the inner workings of our mind and how we can adapt to and even overcome the mental (and sometimes physical) barriers that prevent creative flow.
 
How can we create a world where everyone is coping? Introducing Just About Coping, a new podcast looking at the future of mental health and wellbeing. Chief Executive of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England Simon Blake OBE will be joined by a series of fantastic guests to try and answer this very question. Featuring guests such as Ruby Wax OBE, Dr Ranj Singh, Jonny Benjamin, and many more, join us on our journey as we imagine what a mentally healthy world might look. RSS Feed: https://feed ...
 
Lindsay They/Them (Circus Artist, Contortionist, Fire Performer, Rage Yoga Founder, and Author) and Josh He/They (Music Producer and all-around righteous dude) ponder their strange existence and their most recent obsessions. Pull up a chair, friendo, everyone's welcome. Lindsay: Instagram: @LindsayIstace www.rageyoga.com Josh: Twitter: @bigfaceless meltmovies.bandcamp.com
 
This podcast first became an idea during the summer of 2021. The show was eventually released in the summer of 2022. Brian Woodcock is the creator and host of the platform. The intention was to create a version of storytelling that spun Brian's personal story into something that could help bring value to others. Although personal hardships took a toll on Brian, he ultimately came out a better person who then decided to help others by sharing his story and what he had learned. Hardships can b ...
 
Welcome to the Coping in Confinement podcast, a podcast inspired by the intriguing parallels between the lives of historic incarcerated women and the world’s recent collective experiences of confinement. Bridging the gap between historic lives and our ongoing experience of Covid-19, this podcast explores one key question: how do we, and in particular women, cope when confined?
 
A podcast that provides helpful tips and skills for you or people you know who have chronic physical and/or mental health issues to get by and thrive in daily living and in rehabilitation. The podcast is provided from the viewpoint and expertise of a rehabilitation counselor of twenty-three plus years who has been recognized with numerous awards and who also has the experience of living with significant physical and mental health issues. After listening to the podcast please click on the fol ...
 
This podcast provides hope, healing, and understanding for anyone who has been ghosted. What is ghosting? Imagine sharing a connection with someone: a dating match, significant other, friend, family member, or even a business partner - but one day - they disappear out of thin air. Texts, calls, and emails go unanswered. You know this person is still alive, yet they have vanished from your life; they have “ghosted” you. This podcast is dedicated to helping people who have been affected by som ...
 
Two girls talking about life and Jesus. Holy Bitties is a bi-weekly podcast in which Katelyn and Zoe share thoughts about life's many topics - especially the ones that don't get talked about sometimes. Maybe they are taboo, hush hush, or just plain awkward. These girls aren't shy. Join them every other Friday evening here or on iTunes.
 
Tune in to the Coping Season Podcast with Dr. Tina Webb every Wednesday for your weekly dose of funny, entertaining, thought-provoking content as we explore topics from dating, to pop culture, to current events, to everyday stressors that Black men and women face. We're talking about mental health, personal development, and everything in between! Join Black America’s Therapist, with her distinct style, expertise, and humor, as we discuss mental and emotional wellness and life changing insigh ...
 
Coping with Cancer: with Dr Jemma Gilchrist, BSc(Hons) PhD Dip ClPsy Information, compassion & inspiration Jemma, from Mind My Health Psychology and Treat me Treasure me, is a clinical psychologist and has 20 years of experience in working with people who are facing a wide range of emotional and health challenges. Jemma has a particular interest in helping people adjust to the challenges that illness brings and has unique experience in the care of those with cancer and their families. Jemma' ...
 
I was raped as a child and it sent me down a dark path that I barely survived paved with suicide, addiction, eating disorders, self mutilation, mental illnesses and more. I was damaged and lost. A few years ago I was beaten unconscious by a man I loved and the brain damage led to a Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis. I moved back into my parents home and I have been able to essentially live like a monk and rebuild myself. I spend my time focusing on coping better with life everyday. I feel at peac ...
 
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In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, your host, Angela Kennecke, speaks with Jeff Grossman. Jeff shares his battle with substance use disorder. At 22 years old, Jeff found comfort in alcohol, using it to help him cope with struggles of his identity and sexuality. Over time, his drinking became more and more destructive, impacted his relationships …
 
The #1 struggle I hear from my listeners is that they struggle with overthinking everything. But you might not realize WHY you actually overthink things and how that affects you. In this episode, I’ll be sharing some reasons behind your overthinking so you can understand the root cause and finally stop. In this episode, you will learn: The signs an…
 
This bonus episode includes a conversation with Mary Taylor who accomplished the impressive goal of reading 1,000 books in retirement. We hope you enjoy her reflection on this amazing journey and the powerful lessons she learned along the way. Enjoy!Chaplain Kevin Deegan & Life Coach Kathy Young Deegan による
 
Ben Kessler is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Coping Partners. He has over ten years of experience working with children ages six and up, adolescents, adults, and families. After receiving his Master of Social Work from Loyola University, Ben joined the Jewish Child and Family Services as a Clinician, Clinical Supervisor, and Assistant Direct…
 
With support from 4Culture and Seattle Children's, C89.5 fm presents Coping 101: Choral Community w/ Paul Caldwell - part of a student-hosted series capturing Artist Mental Health Stories. Caldwell is in his seventh season as the Artistic Director for both the Seattle Men’s and Seattle Women's Choruses, whose mission is to transform society through…
 
Hello hello everyone, I do hope your start to 2023 is a place of positivity. And if you aren’t quite feeling all the positive feels, or if you are but nervous that it may be short lived, this episode is for you. I speak with Louise Siwicki, who after battling infertility for 6 years is now a holistic fertility hypnotherapist and coach. Lou talks wi…
 
Fentanyl poisoning is now the number one cause of death for people ages 18 to 45. Licensed Clinical Social Worker Phyllis Babrove knows that all too well. She lost her daughter to the epidemic; now, she has a warning for other parents. Babrove believes the drug situation in the U.S. is destroying American families. That's why she wrote the book "Wo…
 
If you are somebody with high-functioning anxiety, you might be struggling with overthinking, putting tons of pressure on yourself, feeling overwhelmed, and self-doubt on the inside… while on the outside you appear successful, hardworking, detail-oriented, and calm. It can feel exhausting to keep up this facade, so in this episode I’ll be sharing s…
 
In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, host Angela Kennecke sits down with Honesty Liller, a recovering addict and "Hope Dealer" for those battling substance use disorders. Honesty shares her story of addiction, including her near-fatal overdose at 17 and giving birth to her daughter while on heroin. Now in long-term recovery, Honesty talks about th…
 
As I was researching for this episode I discovered the phrase hurry sickness, which I honestly had never heard of before… but once I started reading about it I knew it was all too familiar. Hurry sickness is “characterized by chronic rushing and anxiousness and an overwhelming, persistent sense of urgency — even when there’s no need to be moving so…
 
Families are complicated, whatever they may look like. On a mission to help families heal and understand one another is Dr. Anthony Pennant - Marriage and Family Therapist, Faculty member at Antioch University and Director of A Place for Us online therapy group. In addition to specializing in Structural Family Therapy with emphasis on LGBTQ+ youth …
 
As the U.S. struggles with a deadly drug epidemic, Nathan Smiddy has made it his mission to prevent deaths and mourning. He believes that by distributing Narcan, he has saved around 450 lives in the past year. The issue hits home for “Narcan Nate” because he started not only using but selling drugs in high school. In this episode of Grieving Out Lo…
 
The things you do every day influence your mood and your mental health. And many times when we’re in our busy, high-achieving lives we can be on auto-pilot, not stopping to make intentional choices or even have an awareness of the choices we are making. That’s when having an intentional daily routine can be helpful, it can allow you to slow down (e…
 
To learn more about Whitney and her work and to peruse her online studio, visit https://whitneyfreyastudio.com Her book, Rise Above, Free Your Mind One Brush Stroke at a Time is now available at amazon.com Whitney Freya provides practical tools and practices that help people learn to live as a Life Artist and free their minds from beliefs about lim…
 
Maria Kliavokoff is a former hospice worker who now helps people learn how to grieve healthily. As a grief coach, Maria is trying to revolutionize our thoughts about grief and mourning. Her website, Healthy Mourning, provides grief resources and online grief support to ensure healthy grief and healthy mourning. They are there to support you and hel…
 
In this episode, we’ll be exploring questions to help you wrap up and reflect upon the last year while helping you plan for the new year ahead. This can be an excellent practice to help give you perspective on the past year (because it can be so common to just move on and not realize how much you’ve accomplished and/or changed over the year) as wel…
 
The New Year can bring up feelings of sadness, regret and disappointment about what you didn’t achieve in the year BUT it is also a time of excitement, hope and wonder. The mix of emotions are totally normal – nonetheless - to set yourself up for what is to come in 2023, let's create and hold onto all the positive feelings. Let's channel those feel…
 
Originally released on April 14th, 2019 Your host of Grieving Out Loud, Angela Kennecke, first met Melissa Flynn just a few months after Emily died. Melissa contacted Angela to see how she could help with her newly formed charity, Emily's Hope. Melissa had lost her 25-year-old stepson, Nicholas, to fentanyl poisoning just ten days after Emily died.…
 
Angie Hooper is the founder of Happy at Law and creator of The Forgiveness Path and the Happy at Life HABIT. She shows her clients how to break free from being stuck in a "grudge loop" through the step-by-step process of forgiveness. She teaches executives, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and leaders how to find their confidence, break free from the "suck …
 
Originally released on August 16, 2020 Brandon Novak was a world-famous champion skateboarder. However, he was also in his first treatment center for addiction to heroin at age 17. Brandon went on to co-star in TV and movies in the MTV Jackass and Viva La BAM series. To his numerous fans, he seemed to have it all. He was getting paid to skate and h…
 
Are you even taking breaks? And if so… do they help you feel reenergized, nourished, and ready to keep going? Or are you left feeling drained, scatterbrained, and overwhelmed? Taking breaks (no matter how short) is essential to properly manage your energy and emotions so you can care for yourself and tackle your responsibilities. Learn the key to t…
 
Join us as we explore the weeks leading up to Christmas. We will focus on Hope, Love, Peace and Joy which the four candles in the Advent wreath symbolize. We look forward to exploring time with you all in these four short weeks. Music into info: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licens…
 
Here's the second part of my conversation with Rhiannon Malone. If you listened to the first part of our conversation in the previous episode, you would know that Rhiannon’s son Rory tragically died at 39 weeks. Rhiannon is now 30 weeks pregnant, so a large part of our conversation was around pregnancy after loss and how you navigate all of that. S…
 
Free time is such a rare commodity these days. Everyone’s incredibly busy and stressed these days with so many different things to worry about. You may find yourself asking “how do I find free time these days?” Well, I want you to be able to take care of your mental health and setting time aside for yourself is a big part of doing that. So, my reco…
 
C89.5 fm presents Coping 101: Exploring the Divine w/ A.O. Hamer - part of a student-hosted series capturing Artist Mental Health Stories. Transitioning in recent years from working as a full-time Nurse to a full-time Artist, Aramis Hamer’s work is centered around spirituality and the divine feminine. She joins our students to discuss the empowerin…
 
Maura Jamie thought she had experienced the worst loss of her life when her 25-year-old husband died in 2001 from a heroin overdose. Ironically, on the 20th anniversary of her husband's death, Maura lost their 22-year-old son Carter to fentanyl poisoning. Maura also battled her own substance use disorder for nearly two decades. In this episode of G…
 
“Is it selfish to prioritize yourself? I don’t want other people to view me as being selfish or inconsiderate…” These are the things I hear from so many of my clients and students with high-functioning anxiety because they have been taught that it’s selfish to take care of your needs first and they’re afraid of being viewed in a negative light by o…
 
Join us as we explore the weeks leading up to Christmas. We will focus on Hope, Love, Peace and Joy which the four candles in the Advent wreath symbolize. We look forward to exploring time with you all in these four short weeks. Music into info: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licens…
 
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