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Podcast Episode: Dr. Michael McGee - Conquering Addiction with Love

Podcast Episode: Dr. Michael McGee - Conquering Addiction with Love

May 13, 2019

In todays episode we had the pleasure of having Dr. Michael McGee on our show. Dr. McGee graduated from Stanford and Harvard to dedicate 30 years of his life towards helping patients with all kinds of addiction. His recent release, The Joy of Recovery, a multi-award winner and #1 best-seller, established Dr. McGee as the leading authority in addiction recovery.

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Podcast Episode: Part II: What is Intuitive Eating?

Podcast Episode: Part II: What is Intuitive Eating?

May 6, 2019

Did you know our food and mood are connected in many ways? On a molecular level, even our neurotransmitters, you know the “feel good” chemicals in the brain, are affected by the food we eat.

We welcome Katie Damon a registered dietitian from community health alliance as she continues discussing the importance of correct nutrition with Jake.

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Podcast Episode: What is Intuitive Eating?

Podcast Episode: What is Intuitive Eating?

April 29, 2019

Intuitive eating is a way of eating that has nothing to do with diets, meal plans, discipline or willpower. It’s about getting back to your roots and learning to trust your body again. Here’s an overview of intuitive eating including the science behind it, the ten principles of intuitive eating, and the difference between intuitive eating and mindful eating.

Intuitive eating is really just a method for helping you move closer to becoming a normal eater.  Someone who doesn’t obsess or stress about food, but simply enjoys a variety and eats at regular intervals.”

In today's episode we are joined by Katie from community alliance. Jake and Katie discuss the work she does. She is a qualified dietician and runs nutrition programs to assist families with healthy living.

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Podcast Episode: Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling

Podcast Episode: Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling

April 22, 2019

The main goal of all helping professions, including counselors, therapists and social workers, is to do no harm. Counselors build relationships of trust with their patients and therefore must be aware of their professional and therapeutic responsibilities to their patients.

Early in the counseling relationship, counselors must establish the guidelines of their relationship, clarify their roles and obligations to the patient, explain the ethical standards under which they practice and discuss conflict resolution techniques.

In today's episode Jake goes over the 5 ethical principles considered relevant to counselling. The fundamental values of counselling and psychotherapy include a commitment to: Respecting human rights and dignity. Protecting the safety of clients. Ensuring the integrity of practitioner-client relationships.

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Podcast Episode: Boundaries: Protecting Your Emotional Space

Podcast Episode: Boundaries: Protecting Your Emotional Space

April 15, 2019

Boundary setting is an important, albeit difficult, part of self-care when a loved one is living with a mental illness. This may be harder and more complex for some than others. By setting boundaries, you are taking responsibility for how others treat you and your own needs seriously.

Boundary violations of any sort tend to cause relationship problems. When one partner's actions cause another to feel belittled, unimportant or abused, then that other partner is faced with the task of learning how to defend themselves.

Join us on this episode as Jake guides us through the importance of boundaries within our lives and relationships.

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Podcast Episode: Do I Have Bipolar Disorder?

Podcast Episode: Do I Have Bipolar Disorder?

April 8, 2019

As we begin our mental illness series, we plan to bring you more information by breaking down each mental illness diagnosis. We begin our series with Bipolar diagnoses.

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that affects your moods, which can swing from one extreme to another. It used to be known as manic depression. Unlike simple mood swings, each extreme episode of bipolar disorder can last for several weeks (or even longer), and some people may not experience a "normal" mood very often.

Join us on this episode as Jake explains and breaks down the diagnosis.

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Podcast Episode: Mental Health & Guns

Podcast Episode: Mental Health & Guns

April 1, 2019

In this episode Jake had the pleasure of chatting with Michael from Walk The Talk America. Jake and Michael talk in depths about the work he does and about guns and mental health.

What does guns and mental health have to do with each other you may ask? Well in this episode we break down barriers, beliefs and discuss the connection between the two.

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Podcast Episode: Emotions - How To Understand, Identify and Release Your Emotions

Podcast Episode: Emotions - How To Understand, Identify and Release Your Emotions

March 25, 2019

It has been known that feelings are important aspect of our lives but the trouble is many of us have been brought up to ignore and override feelings. Childhood messages have a great role in contributing to this state of mind.

We feel guilty if we express our feelings of anger, shame, guilt and annoyance. We are afraid that we will hurt the feelings of others due to being people pleaser. The result of this kind of suppression is often anxiety, phobias, depression and restlessness.

In this episode Jake digs deeper on how the belief system within us filters what we see and hear, affecting how we behave in our daily lives.

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Podcast Episode: The Battle With Mental Health – Invisible Illness

Podcast Episode: The Battle With Mental Health – Invisible Illness

March 18, 2019

Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior. Examples of mental illness include depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders and addictive behaviors.

In today's episode Jake is joined by two amazing individuals from India. Jay Punjabi and Jasdeep Mago who are the founders of Invisible Illness organization. Their organization Invisible Illness aims to raise awareness about the leading causes of suicide and enable people to be more equipped to handle these psychological illnesses in their everyday lives. We aim to destigmatize mental health and provide reliable solutions for the same.

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Podcast Episode: Faux Outrage: Can It Be A Good Thing?

Podcast Episode: Faux Outrage: Can It Be A Good Thing?

March 11, 2019

Why is it that when we see another person suffering, some of us are able to instantly envision ourselves in the other person's place and feel sympathy for their pain while others remain indifferent and uncaring?

Empathy is the key.

Join us today as Jake dives in and dissects each topic of Empathy, Sympathy and Faux Outrage, showing the need of each and the hidden meaning of individuals that express faux outrage.

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