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This audio drama follows a group of alumnae from the cult-like St. Mary's School as they uncover the truth about what happened to them as children. Season one complete, season two premieres October 4th, 2022! Listen in chronological order. More info & podcast merch shop available at http://www.newgirlpictures.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/new-girl-pictures/support
 
Behind the Stigma (BTS) hosted by a Psychology of Neuroscience student at King's College London speaks with clinicians and top researchers in the field on everything Psychology, Neuroscience and Mental Health related. Episodes include discussions such as cognitive distortions, gene-environment correlation, positive psychology, and attachment styles to name a few. The BTS podcast also features a 10 min Education series every month.
 
Discrimination is one of the biggest barriers to recovering from and living well with mental illness and disability. Sit down with Vanessa every week to unpack some of the day to day challenges of living with mental illness and explore strategies for facing them with grace, humour and knowledge. Whether you're looking for information on diagnosis, updates on new research, or just want to hear from someone who's been there, take a listen bring some attention to your own mental health and well ...
 
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Boom Goes The Stigma

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Boom Goes The Stigma

Hunter Moen, Anna Klein, Max Margolis

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Welcome to our "pilot season" of Boom Goes The Stigma (BGTS), a joint production of the Construction Suicide Prevention Partnership (CSPP) and our AmeriCorps members. According to the CDC, the construction industry has the second-highest rate of suicide and has one of the highest rates of death from overdoses. Our country now loses more construction workers to suicide than to Jobsite injuries or accidents. BGTS is a tool that not only normalizes the conversation around mental health, but ele ...
 
“Aging Flipped” is where we flip the script on all the things we believe are true about aging, alcohol’s role in our lives, ADHD, and what’s possible after you turn 50. Your host Debi Talbert, certified Mindset & Alcohol Freedom Coach, is a Baby Boomer on a mission to break the stigma she grew up with around, ADHD, Rethinking Alcohol, and Aging. Song credit: Songwriters: A.Rochelle Harper and Gary Boz Boswell (c)2008 ASCAP Link to the song - https://www.reverbnation.com/rochelleharpermusic/s ...
 
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We Are The Stigma

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We Are The Stigma

Melissa & Cody Kreutz

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Alcoholic wife and addict husband chatting with like-minded, inspirational peers about stigmatized topics such as; mental illness, sexual orientation, addiction, sex work, parenthood, age, sex life, and more. We are not scientist nor doctors, we only aim to have honest and raw conversations in order to learn, connect and share. Wanna share your story? Visit https://wearethestigma.com/be-a-guest-on-our-show/ to share your story! Our motto is honesty, open-mindedness, and humor. Chat soon!
 
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Stigmatized

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Stigmatized

Trevor Steinhauser

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A podcast that will explore the vast world of behavioral health and the stigma that surrounds it. We’ll take a journey through the stark realities that come with mental health and addiction. Our goal at Stigmatized is to build a community that will deliver awareness, hope, and healing for those that have been cast aside for far too long.
 
Join host Kristin Nicole as she dispels the false and damaging stigmas of being a person diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and life as a highly sensitive person. Kristin provides insight as to how to create that much needed protective emotional skin so that you can create a life worth living AND learn to thrive despite these challenges. This podcast is meant to give hope, tips, and coaching to those who have been diagnosed with BPD, may think they have BPD, or identify as being ...
 
I am DISRUPTING STIGMA. this podcast is all about living successfully with Mental Illness in this crazy, insane world. I make the distinction that I live successfully with it and do not suffer from it. I mean we all suffer right? But to what degree? We can choose to overcome it or we can wallow in our sad comfortable depression blankets. Either way you'll want to listen.
 
Hosted by Dr. Carmen Logie, Canada Research Chair in Global Health Equity & Social Justice with Marginalized Populations, and Associate Professor at the University of Toronto's Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. Supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI). This podcast invites a range of weekly guests to talk about all different kinds of stigma. Why does it matter? What does it look like? What can we do about it?Thank you for listening! Follow us on Twitter (@let_stigma) an ...
 
Breaking down all of society’s expectations, one topic at a time. Screw the Stigma podcast is a safe place to talk about concepts and ideas that are not well accepted by society. Topics such as racism, sexism, mental health, body image, career choices, and much more. I am constantly learning to broaden my horizon in different areas of societal limitations. Start questioning the expectations that have been placed on you and break societal stigmas to live your best life. Share your story! Be a ...
 
Stephen Hays is a recovering addict, living with type-1 bipolar disorder. He spent years living in addiction, and with untreated mental illness while he went from West Point graduate, to Wall Street Banker to nearly taking his own life when he hit bottom. On this show you will hear stories of addiction, mental illness, recovery, hope, and wellness. You will also hear from clinicians, experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and others who are trying to lead other people to wellness. We would love to ...
 
Chrissie Hodges is an award winning Public Speaker who specializes in the anxiety disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. As an OCD sufferer and advocate for informing and educating the public on disorders of the mind, Chrissie seeks to spread awareness on behalf of the growing population of individuals suffering in silence with depression and mental illness. Listen to Chrissie’s show on Thursdays at 3:00 PM MT.
 
Struggle, growth, hope. Amie is a mental health advocate and mother of a daughter who has taken their family on an intense journey. Get inspired to share, learn new ideas, and ditch the shame and stigma in this conversation. We have all struggled. You are not alone.
 
The opioid epidemic has been declared a public health emergency and requires understanding and help from all areas of our country. This podcast aims to help educate the public on the stigma of addiction, and why it is important to address it. Through the understanding of Opioid Use Disorder and opioid overdose, we hope to help reduce the stigma within listeners. Our goal is for this recording to inspire you to advocate for, protect, and help those who use opioids. We hope that listeners will ...
 
Mike and Travis found their solution to substance use disorder and alcoholism after felonies, combined over 15 years of incarceration from youth to adult, witnessing suicides, overdoses, and countless attempts at recovery even after multiple years clean. They now live and work in the solution with combined 10+ years clean and sober by being of service to others, helping them find a solution, and giving back to their own, and many other communities. Mike and Travis both are founders of non-pr ...
 
Our Stories: Ending HIV Stigma is a podcast about women, by women living with HIV in Australia to challenge the myths and stereotypes that feed HIV stigma. We share our stories of achieving our goals, navigating sex and relationships, and our journey through pregnancy and motherhood in this new era of Undetectable equals Untransmittable (U=U). Our stories are real, unfiltered and always inspiring. Hosted by Heather Ellis, a journalist and author, who has lived with HIV since 1995. Contact us ...
 
Welcome to Breaking Social Stigmas with Amanda Stanley where we dive deep into life, business, homeschooling and chip away at the holds society has had on us for years. I’m your host Amanda Stanley. I live in Texas with my husband, Brandon and son, Hunter. Together we are a powerhouse family defying all odds that have been stacked against us. We knew we were made for more so we sought after it. Now I’m sharing our message to all others who know they are made for more in life yet not knowing ...
 
We hope you’re noticing our efforts to expand the project. In the last few days Defeat the Stigma has gained over 150 page likes and reached over 40,000 peoples’ news feeds. We hope to keep this momentum going by rolling out more projects to reach people in both educational and personal circumstances. The next venture we hope to explore is the production of a podcast. Text is a quick and efficient method of communication, but speech is a more personal and interactive means. We have no clue h ...
 
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All this kind of thinking does is make us quit going after what we want the second something goes wrong. Life is filled with quitting. We just aren't taught which quitting is good for us and which quitting is holding us back. Most of us associate quitting with being "bad." We only do it when things fall apart. We quit because we run out of willpowe…
 
Phil Hay is a staff writer for The Athletic, covering Leeds United. He regularly features on the Square Ball podcast and has his own podcast ‘The Phil Hay Show’ with The Athletic. He previously worked for the Yorkshire Evening Post as its chief football writer. Phil has taken on an incredible following and is THE man to go to for anything Leeds Uni…
 
The Collaborative Library is a platform to unlock science for everyone! It aims to link up people who do research and those who are interested in the outcomes. This week, I speak to the founders of The Collab Library. We discuss what the Collaborative Library is, who it is for, and some of the really cool features on it amongst other things! You ca…
 
Welcome to our season finale! Max, Anna, and Hunter held a roundtable discussion reflecting on the podcast project. Our discussion included initial inspiration for the show and how we can continue to expand this work. Let us know what you thought about the show by leaving us a rating and review! Also, be sure to subscribe to this podcast; we hope t…
 
SEASON TWO PREMIERE. Inez battles with intense dreams. Simultaneously, a new group of international students from Brazil, The Netherlands, Australia, and Poland at St. Nicholas' School (for Children who were Immaculately Conceived) work to piece together a puzzle that is more complicated than they expected. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
Stevie Was introduced to Elish Le on his travels in New York. Elish helps people attain physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing through strength training, meditation, breath-work and more. Elish has over 6000 hours of meditation practice drawing inspiration from many of the ancient Zen masters and worked with teachers including Shinzen Young, Hen…
 
I think this is, ultimately, the biggest freedom we have. People can do countless different things to us but they can’t tell us what we can make it mean. They can’t tell us how it should feel emotionally. This realization is what began my journey to untangling many unwanted habits and behaviors. The biggest domino for me is eliminating my desire fo…
 
May the force be with you! This week, me and Dr. Alex Curmi from the Maudsley Learning Podcast deep dive into the fascinating mind of Anakin Skywalker, and what drove and dictated his actions. We discuss his attachment style, fear of abandonment, the role of the Jedi council, and whether he was in love or obsessed with Padme. Could have Anakin's tu…
 
We were joined today by Michael Hawes, the executive director for the Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute (PNCI). We discussed his involvement with the apprenticeship program and how he has helped transform ideas into action by combating stigma to create a safer and more accepting work environment. 1:23 – Summary & Themes of Episode 3:50 – Intro…
 
Hey. So never say you've seen it all when surely something will come up that will kick your teeth out. Last night that happened to me. Christian homeschooled homeless family kicked out for not following a law that does not apply to them. Listen for the full story... Seeking guests! Hit me up at zenofthestigmata@yahoo.com. PEACE ✌️…
 
In this week's episode, I speak with Nisrine Maktabi, psychotherapist and relationship expert on the concept of the drama triangle. What is the drama triangle? and how does it work in a toxic relationship? We also discuss how the dynamic of a toxic relationship works, and what are some of the traits of an individual who projects these traits. This …
 
In today’s episode, we had a conversation with Natalie Cordova, Vice President of Construction Risk Practice at Marsh and a Construction Suicide Prevention Partnership (CSPP) Outreach and Engagement Committee Member. We discussed the importance of community, normalizing mental health conversations, and the value of branding and messaging. 1:23 – Su…
 
In continuation of last month's theme of learning through conditioning, this month's education series is dedicated to social learning theory. Learn about the most popular psychologist of social learning theory and his infamous experiment in Stanford known as the Bobo doll experiment.Behind the Stigma による
 
From his trip to New York, after a conversation with documentarian and PR agent Jules Feiler on the streets of the upper west side, Stevie had the opportunity to sit down with one of the best heavyweight champions that the world has ever seen.Larry talks about beating Muhammad Ali, the fight with ‘The Great White Hope’ Gerry Cooney in the most raci…
 
In today's episode, we sat down with Morgan Kellow, an HR coordinator at a large general contractor construction company in Oregon and a member of the Construction Suicide Prevention Partnership (CSPP). We discussed some of the changes in the construction industry around mental health, the importance of language, and staying true to who you are. 1:…
 
In this week's episode, I speak to Dr. Raphael Milliere, a philosopher of cognitive science, on the differences between consciousness and self consciousness. Dr. Raphael starts off by defining these terms and their distinction, and his work on how consciousness can be present while experiencing the loss of self. We also talk about measuring conscio…
 
In this week's episode, Dr. Alex Curmi from the Maudsley learning podcast speaks to us about fantasy vs reality, and what role fantasy plays in our life. Dr. Alex defines what fantasy means and whether these fantasies are holding us back in some ways. We also talk about the role of dreams and daydreaming. We then finish up our discussion on how you…
 
This week we have on our friend and fellow podcaster, Jason Lane to talk about his many hurdles in life. His early diagnosis in life with what we now know of as ADD/ADHD, struggles with family and living situations as his ongoing medication search (or lack of medication)continued. We end and pick up next episode talking about how life with his kids…
 
Hi. Still working this out. I wonder the Bible today. How it's not as big as you think when you figure out there's a lot of repeating stories and themes. Also a lot of different varying versions and some outright funny business about commissioning your own Bible to your agenda - king james anyone??? PEACE.…
 
Stevie and Jon talk about what really lies behind anger and the healthy and unhealthy outlets for it. Topics include: How not being authentic contributes to anger, Using drugs and alcohol to deal with anger, Stevie smashing bins and plant pots, good outlets to work with anger, healthy/righteous anger, and toxic masculinity. Stevie also talks about …
 
How do we know what therapy is right for us? In this week's episode, clinical psychologist Alina Vasilache speaks to us about various forms of psychological therapies, and how they differ and are similar with one another. Therapies mentioned in this episode: Cognitive behavioral therapy, Dialectal behavioral therapy, schema therapy, internal family…
 
This week Melissa & Cody are chatting with Brianne Mass, a spiritual coach and mentor whose mission is to raise the collective consciousness by practicing what she preaches in her program, Words Are Human. This is where Brianne teaches and guides you to get “unstuck” and find your unique purpose. Whether you consider yourself “spiritual” or not, th…
 
Stevie talks about his tendency to beat himself up in life and wonders where that comes from. It is from being a sportsman and having to take extreme accountability for performance? Is it from wanting to please people through rugby?Topics include: Stevie dives deep and reflects on his life as a child, businesses and sportspeople being driven by sha…
 
What does it really mean to be mindful? In this week's episode, I speak to the wonderful Dr. Alexander Curmi, psychiatrist from Maudsley NHS foundation trust about mindfulness practice. We discuss what mindfulness means to him with reference to Buddhism, how he applies it in everyday practice with examples, and finally, how mindfulness has been ado…
 
This week Melissa & Cody are chatting with Lisa Howe! A mama, social worker, parent educator, and Certified Peaceful Parenting Coach. We talk about the challenging and rewarding work of parenthood. Lisa is beautiful at helping the cohosts feel seen and validated. Whatever journey you’re on, with or without kiddos, there is much to learn! In this ep…
 
Coming soon: Boom Goes The Stigma, a new podcast and joint production of the Construction Suicide Prevention Partnership (CSPP) and our Lines For Life AmeriCorps members. Boom Goes The Stigma is a tool that not only normalizes the conversation around mental health, but elevates it to the next level. In this trailer, you'll hear from our three co-ho…
 
This week's episode is on the English Romanian adoptee study (ERA). The ERA study is the first study to examine the long-term effects of early severe childhood deprivation on development. It dates back to 1960’s Romania, after the fall of Nicolai Ceausescu, the communist leader at the time, and its research is still ongoing up to date. Today, 20 ye…
 
Stevie Ward and Mantality counsellor Jon Bell sit down to talk CHANGE. Break-ups, losses of jobs, relatives, and loss of interest are all CHANGE. Change is always happening in our life but what is the best way to deal with it? What trips us up during change, and how can other people disappoint us?One question in the podcast is: when do we feel comp…
 
Sure, many of us say we eat 'healthy', even I do. But what does that even mean? What are good foods to eat if you have a mental disorder such as bipolar or depression? What foods do you not want to go near? It turns out food may be more complicated that we give it credit for.Traci Wulterkens による
 
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