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Tune in to Inside Your Mind, Saturday’s at 12 p.m., for interactive discussions on the topics of mental illness and addiction or to listen to past episodes of Inside Your Mind, on-demand, click on the links below:
Turn A Frown Around Foundation (Part Two): Turn-a-frown-around (part 2) Drew Horn and Chelsea discuss the services of the organization and how people can get involved and become “world changers” and make a positive difference in the lives of people that are living in “institutions of loneliness” (nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, group homes etc.). To find out more about how you can get involved in this important cause go towww.turnafrownaround.org
Turn A Frown Around Foundation (Part One): Turn-a-frown-around (part 1)is a 501-c3 non-profit organization that promotes volunteerism that provides compassion, joy, a listening ear, and unconditional love to those who suffer from psychiatric and physical disorders that are isolated in “institutions of loneliness” (nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, group homes etc.) Tune in and be motivated by the enthusiastic founder Drew Horn and “Chelsea Wow” a college student that has started the “Smile Station” at her university. Be inspired by “Angel Ed’s” story. Drew Horn describes Angel Ed as a “world changer” that is making a difference in the lives of those around him. For more information on this wonderful organization www.turnafrownaround.org
Mental Health (Part Three): Synopsis coming soon
Mental Health (Part Two): We welcome back Dr. Debra l. Wentz, CEO of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA), and Shauna Moses, Associate Executive Director of NJAMHAA, as they continue on the topic of mental and behavioral health treatment. They both share with us about the increasing need for individuals to receive behavioral health care services, the challenges in accessing those services, the initiatives we take to improve access, the effectiveness and value of services. To learn more about NJAMHAA visit http://www.njamhaa.org/.
Mental Health (Part One): Dr. Debra L. Wentz, CEO of the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies (NJAMHAA), and Shauna Moses, Associate Executive Director of NJAMHAA, join us to discuss the topic of mental and behavioral health treatment. Dr. Debra Wentz holds numerous Board and committee positions on the state and national level, while Shauna Moses is a Board member and writer for Attitudes in Reverse (AIR). Listen in, as Dr. Wentz and Ms. Moses share about what NJAMHAA is, how the agencies are handling mental and behavior health treatment, as well as how overcoming stigmas tied to mental health is occurring. To learn more about NJAMHAA click here
Tech Addiction (Part Two): John K. Kriger, MSM, LCADC, CPS is a nationally and international recognized expert on organizational behavior, President of Kriger Consulting, Inc., professor at Rutgers for the School of Alcohol and Drug Studies in which he teaches a course on technology addiction and is an author. Professor Kriger continues the discussion on technology addiction research, reports, and reports. For more information on our guest please click here
Tech Addiction (Part One): John K. Kriger, MSM, LCADC, CPS is a nationally and international recognized expert on organizational behavior, President of Kriger Consulting, Inc., professor at Rutgers for the School of Alcohol and Drug Studies in which he teaches a course on technology addiction and is an author. Professor Kriger discusses his research on his newest book, Turned on and Tuned out: a guide to understanding technology dependence by giving us the basics on tech-abuse. For more information on our guest please click here
The BRCA Gene & Your Mental Health (Part Two): Wellness advocate and writer Sara Tenebein returns to Inside Your Mind to continue her very intimate and personal discussion on making the decision to have a double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA gene. For more information click here.
The BRCA Gene & Your Mental Health (Part One): Sara Tenebein is a wellness advocate, writer, speaker and the author of Me, Redone, a blog devoted to allergen-free whole foods, toxin-free natural beauty, healthy living tips, and mind and body inspiration. In this episode, Tennebein discusses the psychological effects of making the decision to have a double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA gene. For more information click here.
Mindfulness: The Age of Anxiety/Using Mindfulness to manage stress: Corinne Zupko, Ed.S, LPC, and Board Certified Coach is the founder of Inner Balance Life Coaching & Consulting, LLC and is an adjunct professor at a local university. Join us on Saturday and discover what is and isn’t mindfulness and how you can add mindfulness to your life so that it can help build mental and physical resiliency. Visit her website to sign up for a free 7-minute guided meditation, and meditation bell iPhone Ringtone at:www.InnerBalanceLiving.com
The Space Between: How To Transition From College (Part 2): Margarita and Ian continue their conversation with Rider University’s Dr. Lisa Spatafore about the best approach and best way to prepare for life after Rider and make the transition from college to the professional world more manageable in part two of this special two part series on Commencement.