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"psych central dot" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

09:04 min | 5 months ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

"And we talked last episode that there were some options that women tend to have more of that they can contact as far as dealing with homelessness and different things. Like that getting help when it comes to children. What about men? What type of options are there for men? Many options are are similar. Communities are all different in terms of what services are available but a lot of services are available to men and women are things like transportation services in home services when they will come to your home to teach you how to cook or how to mend shirts that needs fixing. There's respite care. That's available for men as well if they need a break from their roommate or they need a safe place to stay for a night and of course. There are clinical services who are people with mental illness. Talking last episode. About mothers with schizophrenia. But of course there are fathers schizophrenia. And so all of the services that are available for parents are not just rems Austin Afford Dad so support groups for parents with mental illness and the specialized clinical services for parents with mental. Illness would apply to DADS as well. And that's something we spoke about in the show as I was doing research for these episodes. It was frustrating for me because I failed. Article after Article About motherhood pregnancy dealing with children having schizophrenia and. I couldn't find anything on fatherhood being a fire with schizophrenia so I definitely had something. That's not addressed as much absolutely unfortunately a lot of women who get pregnant. The pregnancy as unplanned unwanted sometimes from a sexual assaults and so often they don't know who the father is an when they do sometimes the father just chooses not to be involved in so the woman is there left to raise the baby on her own. But you're right like we don't have many services for DADS schizophrenia. We don't know much about them. A hand as difficult as it is for a mom would schizophrenia. They're probably different factors affecting fatherhood hated. Now you have a book coming out if you WANNA tell us about this. Yeah I wrote a book. It's called the beginner's guide to understanding schizophrenia. It is my take on all the latest information on the symptoms of schizophrenia. What causes it? What it looks like in the brain and how to treat it. I've written it in the plainest language. Possible I just wrote it and I so I went through all the research. That's available right now to write it but my goal was to give people the real technical information all the details. We know but in language that is super easy to understand. So it's called. The beginner sky to understand schizophrenia. You can find it on Amazon ultimately linked to it on my website at heathen bench dot com slash schizophrenia book. And also be in the show notes and this book is it more geared towards loved ones friends. Family or people with schizophrenia. I rooted for both actually so the person I didn't write it for is any sort of clinician or researcher. It's not for them. It's for people who don't know anything about mental hall or treatments of no scientific knowledge. That's why I wrote it for so I wrote it for people who are just trying to understand schizophrenia. Whether that's because you have it or you have a loved one. Who HAS IT? Or you're just GONNA curious to know more about it. That's awesome. Thank you so much Dr. Fitch for joining us once again. Very very interesting. And thank you for shedding light on these subjects and we definitely gotTa Check Your Book. Out Rachel as always incredible interview now. I know that you talked to Dr Finch for a couple of hours. And obviously we edit it down. Did you learn anything about men with schizophrenia? From her that you didn't know before this interview I learned so much from her and I'd like that she's able to explain kind of that medical side and the way she's able to just explain it so I guess simply unlike a level that me and you can understand gave you know. We're not doctors but being able to break that down and I really liked that kind of explaining the homelessness and then of course the substance abuse and all of that playing in more so with the males. Yeah she's incredible once again. Thank you Dr French for being here and please if you have a moment pick up her book. She helped us with both episodes. And you know she. Does it free of charge? She's a great advocate for people with schizophrenia and mental health general so once again hats off to Dr Finch yes Gabe I want to ask you. First as someone who does not have schizophrenia. What is your takeaway from these past two episodes on the gender differences? I was surprised and I don't know why I feel like I shouldn't have been surprised. So I feel a little guilty but knowing that the way that society treats the genders so heavily impacted the outcomes in the treatment for schizophrenia from diagnosis to treatment to asking for help to getting care that really kind of put me on my on my rear a little. Because it's just so sad. Both men and women have the same illness. Yes there's very ends and the presentations etc but the thing that made me I'm GonNa go with saddest is that the outcomes were different based on how society effectively sees men and women. And it's like. Wow just just wow no. I agree with that completely. We obviously all know the society and you know we have these different ideals in our heads but yet to see how it can really affect people who are dealing with serious mental illnesses. It's definitely eye opening. I say the past two episodes for me have been very fascinating because there are so many factors that are out of people's control and where you're talking about form hormones that the body creates like to how your body actually processes the medications. Learning to thrive with schizophrenia is not as simple as take your pills every day. It's not as simple as make sure you're going to the doctor. You can be doing everything right. You can be doing everything correctly. Be Taking your medication on time. Be going to the doctor religiously and the deck is still stacked against you. And that's frustrating. It's depressing say the least situation to be in in those times. That's when it's time to change the game. I love how Jason hit on. How used to hate it. When people would ask him what he did workwise and then he came to the realization. That wait a minute. He's a mental health advocate. He works with veterans. He's leading counsel for veterans and he's an author of public speaker and it just goes on and on and that's like so much that's amazing like he does all this incredible stuff and I don't know that gave me so much hope gave it's easy to just kind of look at the negative of what maybe someone isn't doing and not pay attention to all of the amazing incredible things that they are and to your point when you say that it's easy to look at all the negatives in somebody's life and ignore the positives we have to put that on ourselves right. It's it's easy for us to ignore our own positives and only focus on. The negative is much as I would. Love to say that. Stigma and discrimination against people with schizophrenia is. All External. There is an internal components and I agree with you when Jason realized that he was doing all of this volunteer work in his community and Jason was using his experience for so much positivity especially in the veteran community the fact that he can work with veterans and understand both the mental health aspect and the veteran aspect it makes him a hot commodity and him realizing that obviously paid huge dividends for him so I would put a challenge out to everybody listening. Find the thing that you and you alone are uniquely good at and powerful and and keep that in mind. That's awesome absolutely gave. Well put very cool. Thank you so much for listening. Please likes share subscribe? And we'll be back next month with another episode of inside schizophrenia. A PSYCH CENTRAL. Podcast inside schizophrenia is presented by Psych Central Dot Com America's largest and longest operating independent mental health website. Your host Rachel Star withers can be found online at Rachel Star. Live Dot com co host gave Howard can be found online at gay power dot com for questions or to provide feedback. Please email top back at psych central Dot Com. The official website for insight schizophrenia is psych central dot com slash. Is Thank you for listening and please share widely..

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"psych central dot" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

08:02 min | 6 months ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

"Point you think that sort of in the back of your life. You kind of figured it out. You're kind of coasting for the rest of it and thinks should be easy from here on out and to get hit with. Something like schizophrenia. Around menopause is yet. That's a blow. We're still doing research on exactly what causes that in women on what. Haase's first of all the later age of onset in the beginning and then that second risk time around menopause but we think it has something to do with maybe estrogen. So one thing you can do is talk to your doctor about any medical treatments that could be available to address it or protected from getting worse but certainly seeking mental health. Treatment is the most important thing to do is go ahead and get involved in treatment. Learn how to cope with the symptoms. Medicate them if that's something that is valuable to your end effective and fits with your personal ethic and then learn skills to protect the great life. You've already built for yourself. The good thing about if there is a good thing about psychosis after menopause is it. Those women have had their whole is to develop good relationships. Good social skills could occupational skills and that is helpful in going through the illness at that time in life. You've got a lotta good skills that are automatic and that keeps the illness from being quite as devastating as it can be earlier in life. Some women have had issues with doctors. Not taking it seriously where they're just like. Oh okay well that's just your hormones. Batman's time of life. You know kind of brushing off very serious symptoms. What would you tell someone? Who's kind of having that issue? They're worried it's something more definitely be a certain. Have talk to your doctor more than once if you feel like. They're not getting edge if you feel like they're not really hearing you go get a second opinion. If that's needed be assertive in some ways. We need to sort of trust doctors. And they're telling us it's no big deal. We sort of need to listen to that. But also in your gut in that's not right to you. Then be a certain. Seek a second opinion. Bring up two or three times. If multiple doctors are giving you the same opinion than that can be telling that you know you might be making something out of nothing but if your gut is telling you that there's something that they're not really listening to you than the assertive or get another doctor across the board. It's always said that women get diagnosed with schizophrenia. Usually many years later than men do you think. Is that just something with like? You said the estrogen or is it more that women tend to mature faster and it might not be as noticeable so women are diagnosed later in life than men are. Men are diagnosed usually in late teens early twenties whereas women are diagnosed more mid to late twenties and that is just part of how illness develops differently across men and women. We think that might have something to do with. Estrogen protecting women from the symptoms. A little bit more on whereas men don't have that but that's still being researched and we're still trying to understand that women are diagnosed a little bit later than men like. I said that's just a consequence of the onus win. They're diagnosed they tend to be diagnosed more quickly. Meaning that men will have untreated psychosis longer than women do so once women start showing symptoms. They tend to get diagnosed more quickly than men. Do with. Thank you so much for talking with us today and you actually have a book coming out. Don't you Dr Finch I do? I just wrote a book in part because a lot of information that we're seeing on the Internet is either incorrect. Or It's so complicated. You can't understand it so I wrote a book giving you all the details. Everything you need to know about schizophrenia. And I tried to write it in the plainest language possible so it super understandable and I talk about everything from what schizophrenia is. Symptoms are how it relates to Schizo affective disorder and all the other similar disorders. We talk about violence talking about rain stuff. What parts of the brain are affected? And what's different about schizophrenia? Rain versus the average brain and of course talking about treatment a lot of the things we talked about today or kind of downers. Route problems but schizophrenia is treated wall and I do believe that people can recover from schizophrenia. As I talk about recovery meetings with that looks like and how to get there in the book as well so it's called the beginner's guide to understanding schizophrenia. It will be available on as not trying to book on Amazon and so I will have the linked to that in the show notes and also on my website at Hayden bench dot com slash. Schizophrenia Book. Awesome we'd definitely have to check that out. That sounds exactly like the kind of stuff we talk about here on. Our podcast inside schizophrenia. Absolutely as a schizophrenic I yes I would love to read some of that and especially in the easier to understand language. Yeah it even. The this stuff is written for people with schizophrenia. Or their families. Sometimes been they won't give you all the technical details that you want. So I've tried to strike that balance that you get all the details you feel like you really know the science at in a way that relatively easy to understand awesome. Thank you so much for joining us here today and shedding some light on this topic. Thanks for having me Rachel. That was incredible. What were your takeaways from that interview? I love talking with her. I love how knowledgeable she was. I liked that. She stressed how important it was for women to speak up and to make sure the doctors are hearing them and taking them seriously about things and she even mentioned jet and if once not listening you may need to go talk to a different one. I completely agree self advocacy thing and all of health care and it's really a thing in mental health care and I think a major takeaway from this episode really needs to be asked questions because it really seems like doctors aren't bringing up some of the physical health components of schizophrenia. And I think that's a vital importance and seriously ladies take this to heart. Talk to your psychiatrist. Let them know you know if you're having any issues with hormonal type things with your periods. Talk to them if you're planning on getting pregnant or even if that's just something that you know. Hey I wanNA talk about like future. What does that mean what I have to off my medication? Would I need to do it? Let's say a few months before like speak up about these types of things for me. It's interesting because we talked about co morbidity last time and how important the physical doctors are and we really didn't even mention gynecologists but yes gynecologists are a major part of women's health and making sure that psychiatrists and our gynecologists are on the same page. Next time we're going to be exploring how schizophrenia X-men Sorgi hitting on house symptoms affected differently and also testosterone so that will be happening and we will have Dr Hayden finch returning to talk to us more about the clinical side of the gentleman's so join us next month on inside schizophrenia. I'm your host Rachel Star withers here with gay powered. And you've been listening to a psych central podcast. Please likes share. Subscribe with all of your friends. Family loved ones. The women in your life was schizophrenia. Thank you so much and we will see you. Next month. Inside Schizophrenia is presented by Psych Central Dot Com America's largest and longest operating independent mental health website. Your host Rachel Star withers can be found online at Rachel Star. Live Dot com co host gave Howard can be found online at gay power dot com for questions or to provide feedback. Please email top back at psych central Dot Com. The official website for insight schizophrenia is psych central dot com slash. Gs thank you for listening and please share widely..

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"psych central dot" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

07:57 min | 8 months ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

"One of the reasons that we wanted to have you on the show is because you're you're newly diagnosed and your newly on meds. You are literally at at the beginning of this journey. What made you decide to take medication? Because in the bipolar world this is a deeply deeply debated subject about whether or not you should. You'd go on medication. Full disclosure on medications for my bipolar disorder. Obviously you're on medication for your bipolar. It's fresh in your mind. Nine days ago when they prescribe the medication and you decided to take them. What were you thinking? Taking medication is self care for me. I did those two Harold. Oh my mood disabled. And I deserve to live a life in which I am advocating for myself deserve to take medication. Thank you Emma. I really appreciate that. I am surprised that is such a debate. I believe and science supports people with bipolar disorder. Just do not do well. Long long term without getting their mood stabilized. Once your mood is stabilized then you need therapy and coping mechanisms and all of the things around you it. It's not a magic pill and I often see that as the debate will if this works so well and it's such a magic pill why are people on pills and still having a bad life because it's not fucking magic agic you moron. It just helps it brings in the edges. I incurable. But it can believe I completely agree in addition to medication education. What else are you doing? I bear and oppose has given me a toolbox of coping mechanisms. I I been able to often crispy and recognize willing to pull out things from that toolbox. I just WanNa take a minute and note that you said that taking meds and going to therapy was self care and that you deserve to be happy and healthy and and I'm not gonNA clap because that would be weird on a podcast but if I I'm GonNa Mentally and emotionally clap for you because what an amazing statement it feels very self aware and smart. I couldn't agree with you more. I absolutely believe that that a self care so just sort of like golf. Clap to you on that one Emma but reeling it back to to therapy which we just didn't episode on and about how much I love therapy. I loved so much we could talk for another twenty minutes but we won't. I love therapy so I'm going to ask you about your therapy therapy before your diagnosis. And after has it changed. Or you still kind of tackling the same things the same way so before my diagnosis. I was still putting things in the toolbox and now in addition to adding to my a toolbox we can identify things that are very bipolar specific and things that are more so living as an adult oh and categorizing. My emotions has helped. My therapist helped me better and myself understand what triggers me better and you put all that together and you have the best shot at your best life right. It's not even just those two. It's not even medication and therapy. You also so need hobbies and love an interest in friends and Netflix. I mean all of these things go together to give our best chance at getting net flicks to sponsor our show. Oh wonderful yet to point in their we talking about supporting friends. Who is your support network right now? Because if you're not telling your family do you you feel supported. WHO's helping you right now? Quite honestly my brother and best friend and just the she is a phenomenal group of women who I trust in support as well. They've become a family and they're the most most incredible support system in cheerleaders for me and so initially. When I got diagnosed it felt like I was lost? Initially I didn't feel supported. I sat and gave a ridiculously long email of me. Panicking and that made me feel supported but speaking to my therapist Amann among the people. I love helped me feel supported a gun. We hope that a lot of people can listen to this and see some of themselves in you or completely disagree agree with you like that's the beautiful part of these conversations and of sharing our stories. We don't need people to agree with us. We just need people to understand that we're all different and be willing to talk about it more. I just think we have a lot more in common than we don't. I just like to talk that. That's really what it comes down to you. Talk Show March Arch Ad Nauseam so much Manusha in the world. We will talk about until our ears bleed but suddenly our emotions. Our feelings are mental so health mental illness were like Shh. Don't talk about it but I'm still hearing about who is better Michael Jordan or Lebron James. I don't care it's James. Name's Emma thank you so much for being open about your mental illness and your mental health challenges on our show. Your I agree with you gave talking to you. Emma has help me learn a little bit about the process of being diagnosed with bipolar. Because that's something that I'm not familiar with. I feel like we have a lot of listeners. Who are probably right there with you? you sort of in the trenches or in the same time line experiencing all the same things that you are so being able and willing to share your story I think is incredibly valuable eligible. And I don't love this term but I think it was brave. I think it was brave of you to come here and share what your life has been like who you vote so much for giving me a platform. I'm to do so. Jackie Jeff Fund is a good one. I look forward to more guests. Yea this is our first guest. Can you believe I guessed. Bucket checked unto our listeners. Tell us how we did his show at Psych Central Dot Com. Tell us what subjects you would like to hear about or what you would like to see or say Hey Gabin. Jackie are so incredible there should never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever be guest ever again and sheriff's on social media. We'll see everybody next week by. You've been listening to not crazy from psych central for free mental health resources and online support groups visit Psych Central Dot Com. Tom Non crazies official website is psych central dot com slash. Not Crazy to work with Gabe go to gain power dot com to work the. Jackie go to Jackie Zimmerman Dot. Co Not crazy travels. Well have given Jackie record an episode live at your next event. Emails show and Psych Central Dot Com for for details insurance on social media. We'll see everybody next week by you. WanNa Yell By. Yeah I forgot I hate. I always forget the fucking by okay all right you can kill things other than in by like like later chills who says that. A millennial say I'm off to make the bread bitches later it beats. I don't know what are the fucking goodbye wounds. They're all singular by SIA. 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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Do over at psych hub dot com and that's how we find it. You don't need any special software. You don't need to download any special APPS. You just go to psych hub dot com and I know that you can click on individual. If you're an individual you can click on provider if you're a provider and they're all right there and they're all one hundred percent that free. There's not a catch in the world correct at is correct. Well awesome if you're not heading over there right now you're missing out Marjorie. Thank you so much for being on the show. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it and I appreciate all that you do. Oh you're very very welcome and listen up everybody. If you want to interact with the show on facebook if you want to suggest as topics comment on the show or be the first to get updates you can do so by joining our facebook group just by going to psych central dot com slash F. B. Show and don't forget to review our show and whatever podcast player you found us on and do me a favor tele friend I would take it as a personal favor and I owe you one ever saw you in real life and remember you can get one week a free convenient affordable private online counseling anytime anywhere simply visiting better health dot com slash sites awesome. We'll see everyone next week. You've been listening to the song central. PODCAST previous episodes can be found at psych central dot com slash show all on your favorite podcast player to learn more about our host gave Howard please visit his website at Gatow dot com psych central dot com is the Internet's oldest and largest independent mental health website run by mental health professionals overseen by Dr John Grow Psych Central Dot com offers trusted resources and inquisitors to help answer your questions about mental health personality psychotherapy and more please visit us today at Psych Central Dot Com. If you have feedback about the show please email show psych central dot com. Thank you for listening. Please share widely..

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Marjorie welcome to the show. Thank thank you. Thanks so much for having me. Oh well it's of course always a pleasure to have any partner of Psych Central Dot Com on the show and before the partnership was like central. I it wasn't aware of your organization. Can you tell us what psych hub is as well as the mission behind it absolutely and I'm hoping the reason why you hadn't heard of us is because we're by brand new and you were one of our first partners so you were in early. Psych hub is online education and mental health substance use and suicide prevention space so we are are an online library of over one hundred free short videos. We call them. Micro videos are usually about two three or four minutes. They're all animated and they're all rebound rebounds subjects of all types of mental health issues substance use and suicide prevention about two thirds of them are targeted for consumers and the other third are for healthcare professionals doctors nurses hospitals and clinic staff Nice. There's so much information out there and it can be confusing and people also experienced mental health issue so differently so depression to one person. It might be different than depression to something else. It's really matter when you talk about mental health because you can be very exclusive if you you used the wrong words and yet not everybody experiences things the same way so you have to be very careful about explaining that. This may not be what you feel but this is what I appeal to sort of. Go back for a moment. Can you tell us how this all sprang up. I mean we're you just sitting in a room one day and you thought hey what we need. Our mental little health cartoons to you walk us through that process. Patrick Kennedy has been a longtime friend of mine and I was just sitting having lunch with him one day and talking to him and I said I wouldn't be great if we could take a similar model and do it in the greater mental health substance abuse and suicide prevention base and he was like okay. That's great. Let's do it. That's incredible and of course my favorite part of the story. Is that a previous guest of the psych central podcast and a current guest of the central podcast or buddies. That's awesome. Patrick Kennedy is a great friend of the show so he became my co founder and just really felt like there was a need for a place where people could get engaging information at a fairly basic educational. Maybe high school level nowadays people consume information on by watching videos this quite a bit more than they would read things you know people will just not stop and actually go to a psych central with credible information and read from there they'll get information and from all kinds of places often times not credible so I learned a lot about online education and the movement that what you can do and how you can scale. Oh really good quality information in a training or in a video much more so than anything else because a lot of times when you read something you can interpret it. A lot of different aren't ways when you watch something. Most people interpreted the same way and the retention of what you have when you watch a video is so much higher so it's. Oh really good medium to really kind of scale quality information so that was where it started on the shouldn't come as any surprise I mean even if we look at the history of facebook facebook started all you could do was type in a status update and now even facebook allows you to not only upload videos but also also to go live you can literally have a live video on facebook and the reason I bring that up is not to plug facebook because they don't need our help because these book is really good related at giving people what they want and clearly what people want is video content did that go into your thinking or were redes- like hey there's just so many blogs. We have to do something different or well drowned in the space. No it was a much bigger quest..

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"<hes> I think is very important preparing yourself for reminders. There's we think about this a lot. When people have post traumatic stress disorder that they're going to have triggers but grief has a similar element to that but <hes> being aware that there will be things that come up that will trigger intense emotions to I would say having sort of a plan in place to handle those situations when public or when it's at work and lastly which I think is a really important one? There are support groups <hes> for individuals and families affected by suicide side and so there there are lots of grief and loss groups but I would say finding one this specific to the type of loss that you've experienced which is your loved one dying by suicide because you will be amongst individuals who will be speaking of very similar order language <hes> who will be able to empathize with your situation in a way that different from those who have lost loved ones and other ways Dr Iverson. I can't thank you enough for being on the show and I can't thank you enough for the the work that you do to help demystify the the warning signs the symptoms and everything that surrounds suicides as we said at the top of the show. It's one of those things where everybody's heard of it but nobody seems to understand it or know how to prevent it or know what to do about it and I really think that the work that you're doing <hes> will absolutely save not only the lives of the people who are contemplating suicide but the relationships of the people around them the the amount of misinformation that that gets tacked onto this already misunderstood thing <hes> it is just incredibly masses. A hit makes a scary thing all the worse. I thank you so much for having me forgiving this platform to to share a few pieces of information to hopefully help people <hes> who are trying to figure out maybe for themselves what would what they need to do or for their loved ones or or for a friend of a friend I appreciate your willingness to bring up. The topic is so important that the percents so difficult into coaches well again. Thank you Dr Ivers for being in here and thank you everybody for listening and if you are listening to interested in learning more about a master's in counseling degree from Wake Forest University a highly recommend that you had over to counseling dot online dot W. F. U. Dot e._d._U.. And see everything that they have to offer and remember you can get one week of free convenient affordable private online counseling anytime anywhere simply by visiting better health dot com. You've been listening to the song central podcast previous episodes can be found at psych central dot com slash show all on your favorite podcast player to learn more about our host gay powered please visit his website assigned to gain Howard Dot Com psych central dot com is the Internet's oldest and largest independent mental health website run by mental health professionals overseen by Dr John Brough who'll psych central dot com off his trusted resources and quizzes to..

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"psych central dot" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"I guess think about the ways that we think about process in and do things. So it's kind of like a self imposed system of checks and balances. And that kind of objectivity, I think is something that I am becoming better like having and maintaining that kind of objectivity, something I'm growing and getting better at. I think the older that I get. I'm just thinking about like day to day, not being so lead and consumed with feelings and not being so reactionary. But being in being intentional about taking time and just kinda, okay, take step back and feeling the feelings and having my emotions, but not letting them rule me in ways that they did when I felt like I, when I was younger. At least that's when I feel like I'm aspiring towards. I don't know if I'm inserting your question, but this is just how I'm processing as I'm talking. This is what this is all about processing and talking it out. Yeah, I just think about, you know, all the way I have to check in with myself like you even today sitting at my desk and feeling myself getting overwhelmed when I think about, oh, I have to do this. I have to do that. There are times I really get stuck in that, oh my God, I have so much to do and get stuck there. My wheels keep turning in that space. Like thinking about all the things that I have to do instead of making an actionable plan to do that. And like the ways that our parent myself or tried to pair myself today, it was like, all right, you get about twelve more minutes to be overwhelmed, and then we're going to literally right down what we need to get done this week and start prioritizing day riding. So not letting myself sit there in the feelings. And just be amiss. I mean, I guess the other side of that is also knowing when I need to sit there in my feelings and just have giving myself space. To do that. So I'm gonna stop there because I feel like I'm rambling but no, actually, that's a wonderful actually, a really good transitions. So the article that I found which we will definitely be short. A post in the description box is a blog on psych central dot com. In it's actually so the title of it is three amazing ways you can repair yourself. Oh yes..

"psych central dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Jerry baiter infra Jeff Wagner. But in Steve Skippy these spot because on a chilly autumn day. He's going to be in the red hot Miller park game one of the NFL CS. Eric Bill set a couple of questions for you. Okay. It's fine. Relax. They're all. I wouldn't put you on the spot. Well, I I'm not I'm not I I a Burs question. Okay. I don't know if you're aware of this mini-debate is the break a good thing or a bad thing super hot team like the brewers having this four days when you were just rather see them playing baseball. I think I think the rest is good. I think I would have loved to have seen the dodgers go five games with the Braves. Yeah. What's what's your take? You know, I have to admit I like it. If you keep playing baseball. I remember I think it was the Colorado Rockies about ten years ago or something that you just were on fire. They won like twenty out of twenty one games or something to get into the playoffs. They rolled through the playoffs. And they sat and waited and waited for the Red Sox beat up really easily. I I it can go either way football's always big on this too. When you've wrapped up everything, you know, the the number one see they arrest players that sixteen game off. And and you do see that happen. I I just the Bruce shook him out just champing at the bit. And and I'm not worried about it. I'm really not. But but we'll see all right question to Eric. You talk for a living. Do you ever talk to yourself? Sure, you do play in in what context what kind of things. Do we talking to yourself? How does it come out usually is going to sound really silly? But it has nothing to do with the radio. Even I will talk to myself if I'm trying to plan some kind of conversation, I'm having on the phone. Yes. With someone else. Whether it's like, a doctor or trying to figure out how I'm going to get something done or a form that I need some kind of business related conversation over the phone, usually when I have that win anything you you were hers future compensation. Okay seat. Now. This is interesting. I I'm doing it a lot lately and the threat my wife. See I've got especially this week because billing in for Jeff from noon to three right? So my day job is media trackers. And I'm alone in my office. So I've been walking through things I'm going to say on the air later in the day. In in the morning. Plus, I am blessed to give messages at our church once a month, and I walked through how I'm gonna handle that. So she sees me looks like she's thinking I'm going to say something to her. She goes what? Sorry. So you and I taught yourselves the same way preparing for future compensation. I found this really interesting website called psych central dot com. Talking to yourself a sign of sanity. But Dr Linda sapid in PHD is not talk. And this is where I don't know if agree with her. I I agree with, you know, it's okay. The way you and I do it. But she says look talking with yourself not only believes the loneliness. It also makes you smarter it helps you clarify your thoughts tend to what's important and firm up any decisions, you're contemplating something to that cut. Because oftentimes if you say something out loud that you're thinking in your brain your mind is lying to you telling you that sounds perfect. That's a great logical argument. But once you actually put it out there, and you hear yourself say than you realize boy that is just a foolish thing to say. You know, you got me on that. Because way too many times in my life. I did the second part. I. Not not saying especially into one of these things. But listen to this though here four types of self talk that will make you smarter complimentary. Why wait they get compliments from another? If you deserve them. Give them to yourself. Do you buy that one though? Either motivational talk. I do buy that one. Pep pep talk in yourself. I'm okay with that one that that's okay, outer dialogue. And this is exactly what you were talking about having trouble with making a decision. Should you? Stay or should you go. You know, take it from outside your brain goal setting. Let's say you're trying to be better organized. So the holidays aren't so frenzied setting a goal making an a plan could be a big help. So instead of writing a list, talk it out. All right. I can buy that. I can buy it. It wouldn't work for me. But but I can buy it's just glad to know because I will tell you in the office building where I have my day job. I've been Boston I've ever walking down the hallway. So, you know, Eric Bill set a WTMJ agrees that doesn't mean, I'm crazy. All right. Erica. Thanks a lot. Appreciate it. All right. Coming up in a couple of minutes. The next iteration of the story about Democrats claiming that they've ever gone high. Nobody Meyer just be clear. Nobody goes high in politics, not left, right? And otherwise, but you had Hillary Clinton. Of course, recently say we'll be civil after we win back all the levers of power mile, and Eric Holder also agree with that. Michelle Obama did not we're going to share her comments from the today show, if you miss them, and then a really good column on this today. We'll get all of that. Look couple of minutes. Eleven fourteen NewsRadio WTMJ eleven sixteen. Newsradio WTMJ Jerry baiter. Listen, I really am excited about the concert. My wife, and I are going to tonight. But if I hear anymore about like my head's going to explode. I'm going to record the game. We'll be all good. But I just tell I got the feet tappan thing going on here in the studio every time, I you. Euchre? Man. Let's get it started. Oh, wait. I'm not going to be there word. That's okay. And if you are fortunate enough, especially did more park, man, just take it all in because as we know it doesn't happen all that often. So. In the last week or so last few days there have been too high profile Democrats former presidential candidate former secretary of state, former first lady Hillary Clinton saying, you know, enough with civility we need to fight fire fire emulate Republicans, but she's talking about President Trump enough with this. They go low we go. Hi. I I just disagree with anybody going high that doesn't happen to the American politics anymore. I'm just being real Eric Holder said the same thing. Michelle Obama was asked about that yesterday on the today show and gave this answer here is not a proper motivator. How wins out, and if you think about how you want your kids to be raised how.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Fifty seven News Radio. WTMJ brewer talk today and why not? On the cusp of perhaps their second World Series appearance. I mentioned this other day nine hundred eighty two I remember it like it was yesterday Fletcher hall UW Oshkosh. I remember the out they were in the AL back then. Rob Karoo for the angels. I'm pretty sure I'm right about that someone's going to Google and go boy does your memory stink. Because that's not right at all. But I think I think I am in fact right about that. All right. We're going to get to a couple of things while we're going to get to several things. But right after the news, Michelle Obama, yesterday, contradicted, other prominent Democrats, including Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton on the let's let's get in the gutter with Republicans is this whole myth that they're in the high road, the first place, we're gonna talk about that. And we're going to dovetail it into Peggy Noonan peace voices of reason and unreason really good stuff. But I have a rather strange question. We're gonna answer it after after the news. Do you talk to yourself? And does that make you? Ooh. We'll get to that. Ten fifty eight NewsRadio WTMJ eleven oh eight Jerry baiter infra Jeff Wagner, but in skip these spot because on a chilly autumn day. He's going to be in the red hot Miller park game. One of the. LCS? Eric Bill set a couple of questions for you. Okay. It's fine. Relax. They're all. I wouldn't put you on the spot. Well, I'm not I'm not I I a Burs question. Okay. I don't know if you're aware of this mini-debate is the break a good thing or a bad thing a super hot team like the brewers having this four days when you were just rather see them playing baseball. I I think the rest is good. I think I would have loved to have seen the dodgers go five games littered with the Braves. The what's what's your take on that? You know, I have to admit I like it. If you keep playing baseball. I remember I think it was the Colorado Rockies about ten years ago or something they just were on fire. They won like twenty out of twenty one games or something to get into the playoffs. They rolled through the playoffs. And they sat and waited and waited for the Red Sox beat up really easily. I I can go either way, you know, football's always big on this too. When you've wrapped up everything in the number one see they arrest players that sixteen game often. And you do see that happen. I just the brewers shook him out just champing at the bit. And and I'm not worried about it. I'm really not. But we'll see. All right question to Eric. You talk for a living. Do you ever talk to yourself? Sure, you do play in in what context what kind of things. Do we talking to yourself? How does it come up usually is going to sound really silly? But it has nothing to do with the radio. Even I will talk to myself if I'm trying to plan some kind of conversation, I'm having on the phone. Yes. With someone else. Whether it's like, a doctor or trying to figure out how I'm going to get something done or a form that I need some kind of business related conversation over the phone, usually when I have that plan ahead time, you you were hers future conversation. Okay seat. Now. This is interesting. I I'm doing a lot lately and the threat of you my wife saying. Especially this week. Because now filling in for Jeff from noon to three right? So my day job is media trackers. And I'm alone in my office. So I've been walking through things I'm going to say on the air later in the day. In in the morning. Plus, I am blessed to give messages at our church once a month and walk through how I'm gonna handle that. So she sees me looks like she's thinking I'm going to say something to her. She goes what? Sorry. So you and I talked to ourselves the same way preparing for future compensation. I found this really interesting website called psych central dot com. Talking to yourself a sign of sanity. But Dr Linda sapid in PHD is not talk. And this is where I don't know if I agree with her. I I agree with, you know, it's okay. The way you and I do it. But she says look talking with yourself not only believes the loneliness. It also makes you smarter it helps you clarify your thoughts tend to what's important and for any decisions, you're contemplating something to that. Because oftentimes if you say something out loud that you're thinking in your brain your mind is lying to you telling you that. It sounds perfect. That's a great logical argument. But once you actually put it out there and you hear yourself faith. You realize boy that is just a foolish thing to say. You know, you got me on that. Because way too many times in my life. I did the second part. I. Not not saying especially into one of these things. But listen to this though here four types of self talk that will make you smarter. Complimentary. Why wait to get compliments from another? If you deserve them. Give them to yourself. Do you do by that woman? Oh. Me either motivational talk. I do buy that one. Pep pep talking yourself. I'm okay with that one that that's okay, outer dialogue. And this is exactly what you were talking about having trouble with making a decision. Should you? Stay or should you go. You know, take it from outside your brain goal setting. Let's say you're trying to be better organized. So the holidays aren't so frenzied setting a goal making an plan can be a big help. So instead of writing a list, talk it out. All right. I can buy I can buy it. It wouldn't work for me. But but I can buy. It's just glad to know because I will tell you in the office building where my day job. I've been Boston either walking down the hallway. So, you know, I'm Eric Bill SATA WTMJ agrees that doesn't mean, I'm crazy. All right, Eric. Thanks a lot. All right. Coming up with a couple of minutes of the next iteration of the story about Democrats claiming that they've ever gone hide. Nobody at my argument just be clear. Nobody goes high in politics, not left, right? And otherwise, but you had Hillary Clinton. Of course, recently say we'll be civil after we win back all the levers of power, and Eric Holder also agree with that. Michelle Obama did not we're going to share her comments from the today show if you missed them, and then a really good column on this today. We'll get all of that. And a couple of minutes eleven fourteen NewsRadio WTMJ and eleven sixteen. Newsradio WTMJ Jerry baiter. Listen, I really am excited about the concert. My wife, and I are going to tonight, but if I hear anymore Bob euchre like that my head's going to explode. I'm good to record the game. We'll be all good. But I just tell I got the feet tapping thing going on here in the studio every time I hear euchre. Immortal, man. Let's get it started. I'll wait I'm not going to be their word. That's okay. And if you are fortunate enough, especially the north park man, just take it all in because as we know it doesn't happen all that often. So. In the last week, or so it last few days there have been too high profile Democrats former presidential candidate former secretary of state, former first lady Hillary Clinton saying, you know, enough with civility we need to fight fire with fire Emberley Republicans, but she's talking about President Trump enough with this. They go low we go. Hi. I I just disagree with anybody going high that doesn't happen to the American politics anymore. I'm just being real Eric Holder said the same thing. Michelle Obama was asked about that yesterday on the today show and gave this answer here is not a proper motivator hope when and..

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"psych central dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Every pitch Abreu October right here. I'm Eric bills that NewsRadio WTMJ. At eleven oh eight Jerry baiter, Jeff Flagler. But in Seve Skippy these spot because on a chilly autumn day. He's going to be in red hot Miller park game. One of the NFL CS Bill set up a couple of questions for you. Okay. It's fine. Relax. They're all. I wouldn't put you on the spot. I'm not I'm not. Okay. I I a Bruce question. Okay. I don't know if you're aware of this mini-debate is the break a good thing or a bad thing super hot team like having this four days when you would just rather see them playing baseball. I think I think the rest is good. I think I would have loved to have seen the dodgers go five games littered with the Braves. Yeah. What's what's your take on that? You know, I have to admit I like it. If you keep playing baseball. I remember I think it was the Colorado Rockies about ten years ago or something they just were on fire. They won like twenty out of twenty one games or something to get into the playoffs. They rolled through the playoffs. And they sat and waited and waited for the Red Sox beat up really easily. I I it can go either way football's big on this too. When you've wrapped up everything it'll that the number one see their rest players that sixteen game often. And you do see that happen. I just the brewers shook him out just champing at the bit. And and I'm not worried about it. I'm really not. But but we'll see all right question to Eric. You talk for a living. Do you ever talk to yourself? Sure you do. In what context what kind of things? Do we talking to yourself hose come out usually is going to sound really silly? But it has nothing to do with the radio. Even I will talk to myself if I'm trying to plan some kind of conversation, I'm having on the phone. Yes. With someone else. Whether it's like, a doctor or trying to figure out how I'm going to get something done or a form that I need some kind of business related conversation over the phone, usually is when I have that plan ahead of time, you you were hers future compensation. Okay seat. Now. This is interesting. I doing it a lot lately and my wife sane. Especially this week. Because now filling in for Jeff from noon to three right? So my day job is media trackers. And I'm alone in my office. So I've been walking through things I'm going to say in the air later in the day. In in the morning. Plus, I am blessed to give messages at our church once a month, and I walked through how I'm gonna handle that. So she sees me looks like she's thinking I'm going to say something to her. She goes what? Sorry. So you and I talked to ourselves the same way preparing for future conversation. I found this really interesting website called psych central dot com. Talking to yourself a sign of sanity. But Dr Linda Sappington PHD is not talk. And this is where I don't know if I agree with her. I I agree with, you know, it's okay. The way you and I do it. But she says look talking with yourself not only believes the loneliness. It also makes you smarter it helps you clarify your thoughts tend to what's important and firm up any decisions, you're contemplating something to that. Because oftentimes if you say something out loud that you're thinking in your brain your mind is lying to you telling you that. It sounds perfect. That's a great logical argument. But once you actually put it out there, and you hear yourself say than you realize boy that is just a foolish thing to say. You know, you got me on that way. Too many times in my life. I did the second part. I. Not say, especially into one of these things. But listen to this though here four types of self talk that will make you smarter. Complimentary. Why wait they get compliments from another? If you deserve them. Give them to yourself. Do you buy that one either motivational talk? I do buy that one. Pep pep talking yourself. I'm okay with that one that that's okay. Outer dialogue. And this is exactly what you were talking about having trouble with making a decision. Should you? Stay or should you go. You know, take it from outside your brain goal setting. Let's say you're trying to be better organized. So the holidays aren't so frenzied setting a goal making an plan could be help. So instead of writing a list, talk it out. All right. I can buy that I can buy it. It wouldn't work for me. But but I can buy it's just I'm glad to know because I will tell you in the office building where at my day job. I've been Boston I've been walking down the hallway. So, you know, I'm Eric pill set a deadly TM Jay agrees that doesn't mean. I'm crazy. All right, Eric. Thanks a lot. All right. Coming up in a couple of minutes of the next iteration of the story about Democrats claiming that they've ever gone high. Nobody at my argument and just be clear. Nobody goes high in politics, not left, right? And otherwise, but you had Hillary Clinton. Of course, recently say we'll be civil after we win back all the levers of power, and Eric Holder also agreed with that Michelle Obama did not we're going to share her comments from the today show if you missed them, and then a really good column on this today. We'll get all of that. And a couple of minutes eleven fourteen NewsRadio WTMJ, the.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"It's it's it's up and running it's called mindfulness workbook dot com and i'll be adding you know this podcast and others to the websites that people can listen they're all wonderful we are very flattered to the on that website and we of course wish you the best of luck with your book and thank you for being on the show thank you for having you're very welcome all right everyone remember you can get one week of free convenient affordable private online counseling anytime anywhere by visiting better health dot com slash psych central remember they sponsor the show so they help keep the lights on we will see everybody next week thank you for listening to the sunk central show please rate review unsubscribe on i choose a wherever you found this phone cost we encourage you to xiao show on social media and with friends and family previous episodes can be found at psych central dot com slash show psych central dot com is the internet's oldest and launches independent mental health website psych central is overseen by up to joan grow a mental health expert and one of the pioneering leaders in online mental health our host gate howard is an awardwinning writer and speaker who travels nationally you can find more information on gave at gave howard don't come alco host vinton dem wales is a train suicide prevention crisis counselor and author of several award winning speculative fiction novels you can learn more about vincent at vincent m whales don't comb if you have feedback about the show please email talk back at psych central dot com.

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The Pulse

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Pulse

"And he's a leading researcher in this field he says these happy feelings are good for our bodies they affect your nervous system they affect levels of cortisol that they lower the stress hormone they influence vegas ner which i study in my lab which is big bundle of nerves in your body that calms your body down and helps you connect to others decker is a positive psychologist he studies emotions like happiness and on fifty and how they affect our health the findings of his studies and others are implemented in schools around the country free schools have meditation circles alongside their reading circles high school students go on mindful nature hikes to combat depression backer says will be seeing these practices in the healthcare field necks a lot of the data show that doctors and nurses are really burned out and they are fried that patients are enormously stressed and so they're starting to think about and you you see this in hospital settings like how do you beautify hospital settings to take advantage of the benefits of nature can you have a little room where people can go and meditate or do yoga and it's not just healthcare silicon valley tech companies are now hiring happiness consultants hr managers are often called chief happiness officers uc berkeley neuroscientists emiliana simon thomas says keeping employees happy is good for a company's bottom line there are lots of costs associated with turnover and stress related illnesses and i think real the the the idea that happy workers is something that matters to an organization is growing one but not everybody is so eager a jump on this train john grow hall offers up some shade to throw on this array of happiness he's a psychologist and the founder of the mental health website psych central dot org core happiness levels the.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Why because there's so much in the prosperity club that you may get what you need they're now let's say you talking to me for some reason i get on donors that you do not want to have my then there's a book by tony robbins called unshakable and it's a book that i recommend to a lot of my patients that book had is a great the down into chapters for you so that if you just take one chapter a week or one shocker a month instead of having to like digest in front of a financial advisor or sitting in at their sessions you can take your time and do it on your pace and kinda learn where you want to be just by getting to know yourself or what tony robbins put an apple thank you for that answer and for all of the answers that you've given us it's been great having you on the show thank you thank you so much for having a conversation that i think it's very important and i'm glad to have read it to your audience we will glad to have you thanks everyone been great and we will see you next week thank you for listening to the sunk central show please rate review and subscribe on i choose a wherever you found this phone cost we encourage you to xiao show on social media and with friends and family previous episodes can be found at psych central dot com slash show psych central dot com is the internet's oldest and launches independent mental health website psych central is overseen by up to joan grow a mental health expert and one of the pioneering leaders in online mental help our host gate howard is an awardwinning writer and speaker who travels nationally you can find more information on gave at gave how it don't come i'll co host vinton dem wales is a train suicide prevention crisis counselor and author of several awardwinning speculative fiction novels you can learn more about vincent at vincent and wales dot com if you have feedback about the show please email talk back at psych central dot com.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"As long as i have because i've just always liked being in that kind of arena but if the program's progress is able to provide didn't look the way they do if i was on this proud of them as i am i burned out a long time ago i hear that steve thanks again for being on the show with this time just flies by outside we do have to after things up now i understand it's it's been fun thank you everyone for listening and remember you can get one week of free convenient affordable private online counseling anytime anywhere by visiting better help dot com slash psych central next week thank you for listening to the sunk central show please rate review and subscribe on i choose a wherever you found this kost we encourage you to xiao show on social media and with friends and family previous episodes can be found at psych central dot com slash show psych central dot com is the internet's oldest and launches independent mental health website psych central is overseen by up to joan grow a mental health expert and one of the pioneering leaders in online meant to help our host gate howard is an awardwinning writer and speaker who travels nationally you can find more information on gave at gave how it don't come alco host minton damn wales is trained suicide prevention crisis counselor and author of several award winning speculative fiction novels you can learn more about vincent at vincent and wales dot com if you have feedback about the show please email talk back at psych central dot com.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"But there there may have been other things to do more proactively rather than reactively more engagement and i i don't know that that we could necessarily have done that but more engagement with the community maybe knowing having a better sense of the surrounding neighborhood people deserve to have services in their neighborhood the wider society for some reason needs to understand that recovery is is messy it's messy and a lot of people in poverty or are homeless or have all sorts of other challenges economic socio economic challenges this this isn't pretty work is pretty work but it's worthy work it's worthy that was what our intention was was to be of help to the people who live in this neighborhood i think we did that so so there's another upside we did that we will continue doing what we do just not here so alternately this is not going to slow the peer centered nope not at all juliette thank you so much for being on the show we appreciate your candour and your honesty thanks for having me all right everyone thank you so much for tuning in as always and remember you can get one week of free convenient affordable private online counseling anytime anywhere by visiting better help dot com slash psych central save everyone next week thank you for listening to the slunk central show please rate review and subscribe nights use a wherever you found this const we encourage you to show show on social media and with friends and family previous episodes can be found at psych central dot com slash show psych central dot com is the internet's oldest and launches independent mental health website psych central is overseen by up to joan grow a mental health experts and one of the.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Yeah welcome to the psych central show where each episode presents an in depth look at issues from the field of psychology and mental health with host gave howard and co host vincent m wales hello everyone welcome to this week's episode of the site central show podcast my name is gabe howard and with me as always vincent m wales and this week we have not one guest but two and both our guests are writers of the standing ask the therapist column which has been a mainstay on psych central dot com for quite some time please walk into the show marie hartwell walker and dan tomasulo dannon marie welcome how are you fine thank you gave is pleasure to be here yeah thank you gave invented thank you so much for having us on the show cruciate it all the pleasure is all are so let's start with marie marie can you tell us a little bit about yourself while you're qualified to write the column just maybe a hobby something so that the listeners can get an idea of who you are okay i guess what's most rose is i've been doing this work for over forty years which gives you some idea of how old i am and i've been working in the course of that forty years i've worked in a variety of settings from fine practice for well over twenty five years i worked for a time as the director of middle hope clinic and most recently as the area's psychologist for our geographical area would department of about mental services for here in massachusetts went that gives me gave in vince is very large spectrum of experience age groups foam children who've been gone by their parents to elders who have caught up to college students or a wide variety of diagnoses and included in that as a quite wide variety of disabilities so that's provided me with a nice.

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"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"psych central dot" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Thank you my next question is is it possible for someone who is not an employee whose employer providing this benefit is a possible for them to access your site we do not at this time make we have a sort of a business to consumer model right now there's no way that an in an individual could you know have a have access to full on life speak program i mean we have a we have a social media present where we do give access some content from time to time but it's a little bit sort of hit and miss so as an individual no at the moment you need to rely on your employer of course like central dot com focuses purely on mental health psychology and mental illness we have a lot of the same content in the mental health space where we're not as far reaching as as your program but anybody listening that needs help with mental health is obviously encourage to jump over to psych central dot com so i had to work at that in there because you know that really and quite quite right to i've seen your site wonderful thank you so much will believe it or not we have reached pretty much the end of our time i think we've hit it all vince you have any final questions they only question that was bouncing around in my head was for the employees there's is the cost at flat fee is based on the number of users they ticipant having in other words number of employees is or is it some other arcane way figuring it out.