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Podcast Episode 42: Overview of Rural Mental Health Care Part III

May 7, 2018

Jake and Adrienne have discussed so far the core conceptual issues in rural mental health care, the social and economic challenges. In this episode they close off by discussing the funding and political challenges of rural mental health.

Providing affordable and comprehensive mental health services for those who need these services is a tremendous challenge for the helping professions. The demand for services across the nation exceeds the ability of the mental health community to provide them.

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Podcast Episode 41: Humans Rescuing Pets - Pets Rescuing Humans

April 30, 2018

We have a great treat for everyone. We had the pleasure of having on our show two amazing women who are making a difference in Cambodia. These inspirational women are Dr. Lauren Marsden, Founder and Owner of VSL Veterinary Clinic Cambodia and Martina Mayr, Founder and Director of Animal Rescue Cambodia.

The ladies discuss with Jake on the work they have been doing in response to the lack of animal welfare in Cambodia. A pet can be a great source of comfort, companionship and motivation for their owners. In many ways, pets can help us to live mentally healthier lives. So we were more than eager to team up with these inspiring ladies to give more awareness to both animal rescue and mental health.

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Podcast Episode 40: Overview of Rural Mental Health Care Part II

April 23, 2018

This is part II of our three part series on the overview of rural mental health care, as Jake welcomes Adrienne Sutherland back on the show.

Jake and Adrienne will be continuing the discussion on mental illness in rural and urban residents. Social support has been found to have a direct effect on the well-being of families and individuals. Specific strategies are presented which will assist rural health nurses in providing the support systems necessary to help rural residents in managing and coping with stress and mental health problems. 

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Podcast Episode 39: Overview of Rural Mental Health Care

April 16, 2018

We welcome Adrienne Sutherland who works for a Non-Profit Organization called Community Chest in rural Nevada. Adrienne is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor.

Jake and Adrienne will be discussing mental illness in rural and urban residents. Mental health care needs are not met in many rural communities across the country because adequate services are not present and such organization that Adrienne works for provides services to these areas.

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Podcast Episode 38: Listener Mail

April 9, 2018

It's that time again where Jake answers your questions. This time he shares a bit about himself and the counseling field, with more to come down the road.

Keep sending your questions, we really appreciate it and we hope that we get you closer to a better state of mental health.

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Podcast Episode 37: Toxic Relationships Part II

April 2, 2018

Jake and Steve continues the discussion with Steve Barcia about toxic relationships in this two part series, as they close it off by digging deeper on how people use relationships to fill a void within themselves.

The truth is that anytime you try to distract yourself from feeling what you’re feeling, you’re avoiding the fact that you’re not whole. Something is missing, damaged or broken, and until you face it, no person or thing will ever make you feel complete.

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Podcast Episode 36: Toxic Relationships Part I

March 27, 2018

We welcome back Steve Barcia on the show as he discusses toxic relationships with Jake. They give insightful advice and tips if you think you are in a toxic relationship or if you think you were in one. Their discussion will give you a better insight on having a healthier relationship with others, your partner and yourself.

A toxic relationship is any relationship that is unfavorable to you or others. The foundations of any relationship, healthy or not, are most commonly established upon mutual admiration and respect, but can, in time, become remarkably unhealthy. It is the poisonous atmosphere that distinguishes a merely bad or troublesome relationship from a toxic relationship. Toxic relationships can prevent those involved from living a productive and healthy life.

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Podcast Episode 35: What the heck is play therapy? Part II

March 19, 2018

Amanda Green is back and we are excited as she discusses further with Jake about play therapy. They dig in deeper on the 10 objectives of play therapy.

Developing more positive self concept in kids is important. We all should know that, you are not what you do. So we should never want to say, "kids are something", we would rather want to say, "they are doing something", because we can change what we do. 

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Podcast Episode 34: College Students Mental Health

March 12, 2018

In this episode Jake sits down and chats with Matt Dutcher and Lauren Penksa on student life on campus. They examine everything from mental health, drug and alcohol habits, and how they deal with challenges.

College is a stressful time and students can expect to deal with a variety of expected and unexpected stressors through their college careers. While stress sources don’t necessarily cause anxiety disorders and/or mental illnesses but they can worsen symptoms.

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Podcast Episode 33: A Casual Chat With Dr. Christian Conte

March 5, 2018

In this episode Jake has an insightful and inspiring chat with Dr. Conte and discuss deeper on how we all can impact the world better in actions and what we put out in this world.

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