Release Date 6/19/2020
At only four and a half years old, Tonya McKenzie witnessed the shooting of her mother and the murder of her mother's boyfriend. This is only the beginning of her story. We talk about what it was like to have to manage this trauma and more from such a young age, becoming a parent and the ongoing process of removing the stigma around mental health.
Release Date 6/12/2020
In this episode I talk to the multifaceted Leo Flowers. He is a TEDx speaker, has a Masters in Counseling/Psychology, is the host of the "Before You Kill Yourself Podcast" and is a stand-up comedian, so he knows exactly why he's depressed! We talk about the stigma of mental health issues and the power of getting in touch with your emotions.
Release date: 5/29/2020
In this episode I talk with MindBody Mastery Mentor Dane Dormio about his journey from angry suicidal young man to a more centered, enlightened person through the timeless principles found in martial arts. We talk about common misconceptions surrounding Kung Fu, learning to have patience and navigating the deep waters of your own mental health issues.
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Release date 05/22/2020
In this episode I talk to the amazing Brooke Write about discovering her bravery, addressing your mental health on her own through research and finding a spiritual connection that is all your own. We also talk about writing, finding creativity in the day-to-day and SO MUCH MORE!
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Release date 5/8/2020
In this episode I have a great talk with friend and filmmaker Jason Morisette about what its like to have your hypochondria and Obsessive Compulsive behaviors become superpowers during a pandemic. We also talk about finding the balance in keeping those behaviors healthy in these unprecedented times.
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Release date 5/1/2020
Today on the show I talk to Musician James Richard Lane of the Shaky Experience about Baltimore, being a band over Skype and the ways that your chosen perceptions can change your identity. We also talk about examining your biases, the opportunity in failure and learning not to manage depression with cookies.
But wait, there's more!
You can hear the new single "1989 Daydream" by The Shaky Experience at the end of this episode!
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Release date: 4/24/2020
In this episode I talk with Wes Luna about being a self taught musician, the unexpected upside of turning down a record deal and managing ADHD by keeping the right kind of busy.
We even bond over the magical weirdness of the world famous Colorado staple; Casa Bonita.
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Release Date 04//17/2020
For Kevin Rose, the natural remedy for stress and anxiety is total sensory engagement, taught by the world’s most powerful apex predators. In this episode we talk about What Tigers can Teach Us About Stress,
As a Manual Therapist for twenty-three years, Kevin has logged over 35,000 hours of clinical practice focusing on improving physiological structure and function.
As you walk through The CATalyst refuge, with Kevin as your guide, your animal teachers will show you how to shift from chaos to calm, from overwhelmed to composed.
The CATalyst program is offered free to combat veterans.
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TED TALK: https://tinyurl.com/wed8qan