S5 E1: Phil Rutherford 

Released September 30, 2022

Advocacy. It’s how we bring awareness to specific issues, marginalized communities, and more. However, what does that look like in practice? How can we ensure that our advocacy actually renders the change we’re looking for? Today we speak with Phil Rutherford, Chief Operating Officer at Faces & Voices of Recovery, for this special International Recovery Day episode discussing his work and the importance of advocacy in the recovery community.

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Ben Zobrist

S5 E2: Ben Zobrist (Part 1) 

Released October 6, 2022

Depression exhibits itself in many ways. For some, it’s a feeling of hopelessness. For others, it can manifest itself in aches and pains. But what does it look like for a high-performing athlete? What happens when you reach the height of your sport and that anxiety still creeps in? Today we speak with two-time World Series Champion and APAF board member Ben Zobrist about his battle with depression and anxiety throughout his baseball career.

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Ben Zobrist

S5 E3: Ben Zobrist (Part 2)

Released October 13, 2022

In the conclusion of our conversation with Ben Zobrist, he discusses in-depth the aftermath of winning the World Series. And later, Ben details what he thinks about the steps Major League Baseball is taking regarding its players and mental health.

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S5 E4: Amy Kennedy

Released October 20, 2022

Amy Kennedy is the co-founder of The Kennedy Forum, which leads a national dialogue on transforming mental health and addiction care in the U.S. Today, we speak with her about the importance of why there should be more mental health services in schools. Find out more about her work at www.thekennedyforum.org.

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Kristen Kirkpatrick

S5 E5: Kristin Kirkpatrick

Released November 3, 2022

There is a concerning trend, and it doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. Even more concerning is that it appears no one is immune. Celebrities, news anchors, and even children. Why is this happening? What is the mental health impact? Today we speak with Meadows Senior Fellow Kristin Kirkpatrick about body shaming and where our focus should be. Later we discuss foods to consider as we age for positive mental health.

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Kelly and Cat

S5 E6: Kelly Walch and Cat Corchado

Released November 11, 2022

When you decide to put the uniform on, it’s one of the most honorable things you can do. To serve your country is to serve a cause bigger than yourself. You understand the sacrifices, but you also know you will be connected with potentially lifelong companions through a unique shared experience. That can be powerful. But what is life like when you come home? You have lived a certain lifestyle for many years only to a life where everything has changed. And for female veterans, there are often additional challenges. Today we speak with two military veterans who also happen to be women. MBH Connect therapist Kelly Walch, and Woven Community Relationships Ambassador and host of the Sister-in-Service podcast, Cat Corchado. Listen in as they discuss some of the challenges veterans face.

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S5 E7: Tracey Fuller

Released December 1, 2022

In a poll, 45 percent of Americans said they would have no problem skipping the holidays. With the stress and anxiety that comes with holidays, it is easy to understand why. Today we speak with Tracey Fuller about some of the stress we often feel around the season.

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