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Millennial Mental Health Channel

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    Mental Health Problems? There's an App for That

    18 GIU 2024 · Technology may be one of the biggest contributors to worsening mental health in modern times, but it may also be a large piece of the solution. In this episode Eddie and Justin discuss therapy apps, ADHD apps, and apps to prevent relapse in self harm and substances. They review the evidence on the efffectiveness of these apps, and discuss the potential that these apps have to helping humanity.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10242473/ https://calmharm.stem4.org.uk/
    Ascoltato 37 min. 34 sec.
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    The Most Common Mental Health Disorder in America- Anxiety

    30 MAG 2024 · In this episode, Eddie and Justin break down all things anxiety. They give their own personal stories to try and help normalize these feelings and emotions. The emphasis is always on love and acceptance. Plus, learn about which former hottest man alive has opened up about his anxiety, and hear Dr. Justin say the word orgasm. This episode has it all! 
    Ascoltato 37 min. 33 sec.
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    Our Favorite Music and How it Impacted Our Mental Health

    16 MAG 2024 · Music is a part of every known human civilation on earth. Music is essential to humanity and mental health. On this episode, Eddie and Justin discuss some interesting facts about music, some of their favorite song lyrics, and how they have used music in their lives to help their mental health. 
    Ascoltato 45 min. 13 sec.
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    Diet and Mental Health- Processed Foods Are The Problem

    2 MAG 2024 · The Standard American diet is bad for our physical health AND our mental health. In this episode Eddie and Justin talk about their own struggles with diet, why ultra processed food is bad for mental health, and give practical advice for improving your diet. Plus, you might be surprised about which celebrities have gone plant based for health and ethical reasons. 
    Ascoltato 38 min. 44 sec.
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    Imposter Syndrome- The Thing You Probably Have But Don't Know the Name

    18 APR 2024 · Many Americans struggle with feeling like they are not good enough to belong in their current position. This is called imposter syndrome, and it is an incredibly common phenomenon. In this episode, Eddie and Justin break down what imposter syndrome is, how common it is, and some advice for combatting it. You won't believe some of the most successful and famous people in the world who have also felt imposter syndrome.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK585058/ https://www.businessinsider.com/celebrities-who-talked-about-having-imposter-syndrome-2023-4#lupita-nyongo-said-in-october-2022-that-she-bucked-imposter-syndrome-with-advice-from-emma-thompson-3 https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Angela-Decandia-Vitoria/publication/346738747_Experiential_supervision_healing_imposter_phenomenon_from_the_inside_out/links/62640f118cb84a40ac8455bd/Experiential-supervision-healing-imposter-phenomenon-from-the-inside-out.pdf?_sg%5B0%5D=started_experiment_milestone&origin=journalDetail https://www.apa.org/monitor/2021/06/cover-impostor-phenomenon
    Ascoltato 29 min. 50 sec.
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    Dr. Mark Mullen Schools Us on the Goldwater Rule

    21 MAR 2024 · Psychiatrists have a rule in their code of ethics that says they are not supposed to speak publically about the mental health of public figures and politicians. So why do they do it all the time? In this episode, Dr. Mark Mullen discusses the nuance, history, and current application of the Goldwater Rule. The hosts contemplate if mental health professionals should comment on social media and reality TV shows like Love is Blind. Check out this introspective interview on a pertinent topic with one of psychiatry's great young minds.  Dr. Mullen's Podcast Psychiatry Bootcamp: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Vjlz4CO0G5D6nGo74O0jE https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/psychiatry-boot-camp/id1671902940
    Ascoltato 35 min. 57 sec.
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    Ann Russo Grew Up Gay in the 80s- Now Helping Others

    5 MAR 2024 · Our guest, Ann Russo, grew up gay in the 80s and had many family secrets that she was afraid to let out. Growing up in a gay household, attending a conversion convention, and studying theology are only some of her riveting stories. This experiences helped build her values of love, acceptance, and understanding. She now uses those values to provide online therapy and life coaching for gender diverse and other disenfranchised clients. Listen to Ann on MMHC, and you will not be dissapointed. Find her at: http://www.amrtherapy.com http://www.annrusso.net mailto:ann@Amrtherapy.com CODE: HEALTHYME (free 30 minute consultation life coaching or psychotherapy
    Ascoltato 41 min. 24 sec.
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    Millennial Parents are Changing Things For the Better

    20 FEB 2024 · Have you ever been curious how parenting has changed throughout the generations? On this episode, Eddie and Justin discuss the trends in Millennial parents and how they differ from the past. Millennials are spending more time with their kids and changing parenting for the better.
    Ascoltato 35 min. 28 sec.
  • The History and Dirty Little Secrets of Psychiatry

    1 FEB 2024 · At MMHC we feel like it is important to address traumas of the past, so on this episode Eddie and Justin dive into the historical examples of how psychiatry and medicine have hurt people. From lobotomies, to theories that blamed mothers for giving their chidlren schizophrenia, this episode covers a lot of ground. Sources: https://www.britannica.com/science/lobotomy https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1127045/
    Ascoltato 28 min. 25 sec.
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    Defund the Police! Or... support, retrain, reallocate.

    18 GEN 2024 · Police and the severely mentally ill do not always live in harmony. On this episode, Eddie and Justin break down the history of this relationship, and try to offer evidence based solutions to help police and other social services help people in crisis. The emphasis is on understanding and helping and not blaming the police, despite the buzzword in the title. https://people.ucsc.edu/~jwest1/articles/West_RacialBiasPolice.pdf https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/deinstitutionalization-people-mental-illness-causes-and-consequences/2013-10 https://statesofincarceration.org/story/why-are-correctional-facilities-nation-s-largest-mental-health-care-providers https://apnews.com/article/mental-health-crisis-911-police-alternative-civilian-responders-ca97971200c485e36aa456c04d217547 https://kdvr.com/news/local/study-denvers-star-program-reduced-crime-costs/#:~:text=The%20study%2C%20co%2Dauthored%20by,didn't%20have%20a%20presence. https://www.motherjones.com/criminal-justice/2022/06/mental-health-san-francisco-street-crisis-response-team-cahoots-police-violence/ https://www.opb.org/article/2023/06/27/portland-street-response-citywide-one-year-later-future/
    Ascoltato 38 min. 26 sec.

The goal of Millennial Mental Health Channel is to provide listeners with the perspectives of a psychiatrist and a therapist as their thoughts relate to the world of mental health...

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The goal of Millennial Mental Health Channel is to provide listeners with the perspectives of a psychiatrist and a therapist as their thoughts relate to the world of mental health while also making the information useful and easy to understand. MMHC - by millennials, for everyone!
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