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DBSA podcasts feature some of the nation’s leading experts on mental health, covering a wide range of topics dealing with depression, bipolar, anxiety, and more. Listen and learn about treatment options, personal wellness strategies, relationships, and more.
 
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A Peer Support Specialist is a professional with lived mental health experience who is trained and certified to provide help and encouragement for others who are also working towards wellness. Listen and learn from Douglas Hulst, DBSA’s Peer Specialist Workforce Development Program Manager, as he dives into the concept of peer support and how it be…
 
This is a special preview of the first episode of our new I'm Living Proof Podcast Series. In our first episode of I’m Living Proof: A Letter to My Younger Self, we hear from Olivia, DBSA Young Adult Council member. Olivia’s letter to her younger self describes the challenges she had in confiding in others and asking for help. Olivia describes her …
 
If you live with depression or bipolar, when things are at their worst it can feel like things will never get better. It may be when you are first diagnosed or during a difficult event, or for no particular reason that you can pinpoint at all. What we do know is that these times do pass, and that you are not alone. In fact, when we take time to ref…
 
In this DBSA Wellness Wheel podcast, guest expert Dr. LaGenia Bailey shares with Programs Director Maria Margaglione and Programs Manager Hannah Zeller how to tend to our Environment Wellness in three areas: nature, our homes and workspaces, and our brain.Dr. LaGenia Bailey is the founder of East West Integrative healing. Her soul’s mission is to f…
 
In this DBSA Wellness Wheel podcast, two DBSA staff members, Maria Margaglione, Programs Director, and Hannah Zeller, Programs Manager discuss Intellectual Wellness and their journeys toward wellness. Maria and Hannah interview expert Dr. Wendy Linderholm to address the challenges individuals who live with depression and bipolar might face in terms…
 
Did you know that your DNA can provide insights that can help with treatment planning? In this episode of the DBSA podcast, we talk to Dr. Mark Pollack, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Clinical Affairs of Myriad Neuroscience, about what pharmacogenetic testing is, how the testing works, and what benefits it can offer peers. We also talk…
 
In this DBSA Wellness Wheel podcast, DBSA staff Maria Margaglione, Programs Director, and Hannah Zeller, Programs Manager discuss Social Wellness and their journey towards wellness. In this episode, Maria and Hannah interview expert Beth Vaccaro, LPC, and discuss the challenges individuals who live with depression and bipolar might face in terms of…
 
Today, we're speaking with DBSA co-founder Rose Kurland, who takes us back to the fall of 1978, when six people gathered in her living room in Glencoe, Illinois. This small but enthusiastic group laid the foundation for the life-changing work that reaches across 35 years. Rose shares highlights from DBSA's earliest years in a conversation with comm…
 
Continuing our podcast series centered around the DBSA Wellness Wheel, our most recent episode focuses on finances. DBSA talks with Dr. Thomas Richardson, a Clinical Psychologist who works with a community mental health team for adults at Solent NHS Trust in Portsmouth, UK. An avid researcher, he also has lived experience with Bipolar Disorder. We …
 
DBSA's Young Adult Council members are back to discuss their early experiences with bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety, and explain how they found the right treatment. Symptoms of a mood disorder can be hard to recognize and understand, especially when they happen simultaneously. YAC members recall where they were in life when the first sign…
 
In our ongoing series based on the DBSA Wellness Wheel, hosts Maria Margaglione and Hannah Zeller welcome expert guests that shed light on how people with mood disorders can build resilience in 7 key areas of their lives. In this episode, Maria and Hannah talk with Sue Phillips, co-founder of Sacred Design Lab, where she helps people find new ways …
 
In this DBSA podcast, host Dontae Freeman welcomes guests to an open conversation on the unique experiences and barriers that people of color face in seeking effective mental health care. We offer these perspectives as part of the wider conversation on race, culture, and mental health taking place during Black, Indigenous & People of Color (BIPOC) …
 
In the DBSA Wellness Wheel podcast, DBSA staff Maria Margaglione, Programs Director, and Hannah Zeller, Programs Manager discuss the areas of the Wellness Wheel and their journey towards wellness. In this episode, DBSA interviews expert Alexandra Kopack, to find out more about Occupational Wellness.The conversation covers challenges you may be expe…
 
In the DBSA Wellness Wheel podcast, DBSA staff Maria Margaglione, Programs Director, and Hannah Zeller, Programs Manager discuss areas of the Wellness Wheel and their journey towards wellness. In this inaugural episode, DBSA interviews expert Dr. Holly Swartz who is a member of DBSA’s Scientific Advisory Board and a former Klerman Award winner, to …
 
DBSA talks to Young Adult Council members about how they use routines to help manage their mental health. Routines have been shown to reduce stress and can improve your mood. Listen and learn how to establish easy routines and build healthy habits. Also, check out DBSA's new Wellness Wheel: https://www.dbsalliance.org/wellness/wellness-toolbox/dbsa…
 
DBSA sat down with three young adult council members to talk about the changes they are experiencing because of COVID-19. The conversation covers working from home, changing commencement plans, as well as giving and receiving therapy from home. FOOTNOTES:San Diego Zoo Stream: https://zoo.sandiegozoo.org/live-camsGeorgia Aquarium Stream: https://www…
 
Sticking to a budget and navigating insurance can be tough for anyone, especially if they are living with a mood disorder. Members of DBSA Young Adult Council provide practical tips to stay financially healthy while living with depression or bipolar. They also break down some insurance jargon you may not be familiar with and share personal stories …
 
Faith and mental health can be a hot topic for discussion. Join DBSA Young Adult Council co-chairs, Danyelle and Megan, as they share their wellness experiences within the context of their faiths, dispel myths, and provide valuable suggestions for not only faith communities but the public in general.…
 
In late December, Jill, a mother of seven children, including a 15-year-old living with a mood disorder, took the time to talk with a DBSA staff member about her family’s journey with mental health. This 25-minute discussion included how Jill learned what her child needed, her personal coping skills, and her hopes for the mental health community. T…
 
The DBSA Life Unlimited Award was established in 2012 to honor individuals who exemplify a life unlimited by depression or bipolar disorder and who are actively working to help others do the same. Through this award we celebrate the strengths, inspiration, and accomplishments of our peers.We invite you to listen to this candid and inspiring discuss…
 
Join Nareth Phin and Lucy Ingram as they answer questions about what it was like to live with a mood disorder during college and provide helpful tips for others.DBSA would like to thank Rebecca’s Dream for their support of the DBSA Young Adult podcast series and Q&A. Both are an extension of Rebecca’s Dream’s ongoing mission to promote awareness an…
 
In this podcast DBSA’s Angie Day and Ingrid Deetz talk about the difficult decisions and unique challenges that people living with mood disorders make when deciding to have a baby. DBSA would like to thank Rebecca’s Dream for their support of the DBSA Young Adult podcast series and Q&A. Both are an extension of Rebecca’s Dream’s ongoing mission to …
 
In this podcast we join happiness expert, Tim Bono, PhD, to learn what being resilient really means and some ways that we can help build our own resiliency.DBSA would like to thank Rebecca’s Dream for their support of the DBSA Young Adult podcast series and Q&A. Both are an extension of Rebecca’s Dream’s ongoing mission to promote awareness and com…
 
Listen to this podcast to learn how to start off on the right foot--or get back on track--with your finances. Join us as we discuss budgeting, obtaining credit and eliminating debt.DBSA would like to thank Rebecca’s Dream for their support of the DBSA Young Adult podcast series and Q&A. Both are an extension of Rebecca’s Dream’s ongoing mission to …
 
In this very frank and straightforward podcast, Christopher Lukas, author of Blue Genes: A Memoir of Loss and Survival, discusses his family’s ravaging history of mental illness and suicide. His mother’s suicide when he was six years old left him and his Pulitzer Prize-winning brother, Tony, on a lifelong quest to understand, and overcome, a stagge…
 
Gail Cutler of Rebecca’s Dream speaks with Sharon Liddle, author of Eli, the Bipolar Bear. This beautifully-illustrated book is Liddle’s gift to her son, Eli, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of just nine. Written for children, it tells the story of a young bear struggling with drastic mood swings. With the help of his parents and…
 
Gail Cutler of Rebecca’s Dream speaks with Tom Smith about his new book, A Balanced Life: Nine Strategies for Coping with the Mental Health Problems of a Loved One. The book emerged from his family’s own experience with bipolar disorder. Recognizing that, for families and their loved ones with a mental illness, recovery means finding balance, Tom s…
 
Michael Greenberg shares the powerfully honest story of his teenage daughter Sally’s sudden break into mania, at the age of 15, on the streets of Greenwich Village. He discusses this first, shocking manifestation of her bipolar disorder, the impact it had on his family and Sally herself, and his desperation as a father to understand his daughter an…
 
All over the world many people with mood disorders struggle in silence. Often times they have fears of telling others or beliefs about themselves that make it difficult to speak up. Linea Johnson shares her experiences with struggling in silence and offers some tips for others to combat this.DBSAlliance による
 
DBSA is proud to announce the latest podcast in our Young Adult Series – Dealing with Failed Expectations. Often times, we have great expectations of ourselves – and this can certainly be a good thing! However, sometimes these expectations can work against us, making us feel as if we are failing in our lives. Join DBSA’s Young Adult Council co-chai…
 
Maria Margaglione, Web & Visual Communications Director for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, speaks with Cinda and Linea Johnson about the DBSA I’m here campaign and ways in which we can connect people living with a mood disorder with their family and loved ones---so that nobody feels like they have to go through this journey alone. Ple…
 
Maria Margaglione, Web & Visual Communications Director for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, talks to Dr. Greg Simon, Chair of the DBSA Scientific Advisory Board, about the DBSA I’m here campaign and ways in which we can connect people living with a mood disorder with their family and loved ones---so that nobody feels like they have to …
 
All for 1 is a cross-campus coalition that strives to offer support for college students experiencing mental health concerns as well as work with universities across the nation to reevaluate their current policies with regards to mental health. DBSA’s Young Adult Council had the opportunity to speak with All for 1 co-chairs, Jenna Zhang and Kathryn…
 
Academy award nominated actress, author, and mental health and suicide awareness advocate Mariel Hemingway shared her perspective about recovery, life, and wellness in DBSA’s Real Recovery podcast. Get to know Mariel by listening to the podcast before meeting her in September at the DBSA I to We Weekend!…
 
How do you decide when, and with whom, to share a mental health diagnosis? This is a question virtually anyone living with depression or bipolar disorder struggles with, but for young adults it can be particularly difficult. Many are starting new jobs and beginning serious relationships during this time. Knowing who you can trust and how to handle …
 
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