Craig-Bryan

#11 Can We Achieve Zero Suicides? with Dr. Craig Bryan

Dr. Craig Bryan, Professor of the Stress, Trauma, Adversity and Resilience (STAR) program at The Ohio State University, is a world renowned suicide prevention researcher and innovator who helps people find resilience in their darkest times. His talk will focus on his hope that we have a future with zero suicides. His research combines treatment, planning and therapies to greatly reduce suicide compared to typical treatment methods.Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#14 Liberation Through Sharing Vulnerabilities with Achea and Michael Redd

After being diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Achea Redd’s shame and fear of her diagnosis only caused her greater suffering. By accepting and acknowledging the situation with the support of her husband, Michael Redd, her condition improved. Michael works alongside Achea to break stigmas and open conversations around mental health, which also resulted in learning that empathy is the connection that unites them both and by understanding and loving each other through their challenges, they can help navigate their struggles and journey together.

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#13 Improving Disparities From Birth with Patricia Gabbe, MD

Moms2B, an innovative, community-based pregnancy program for low-income women was created ten years ago in Columbus, Ohio, by Patricia Gabbe, MD, pediatrician, clinical researcher and professor at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. This program has helped improve the health status of at-risk communities by empowering women during their pregnancies to care for themselves and deliver full-term healthy babies. Dr. Pat hopes that by recognizing inner strength and resilience in other women, she can change disparity gaps for generations.

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#12 Revealing the Personal Journey of Navigating Bi-Polar Disorder and Addiction with Melissa

Melissa has been in an 18-year journey with bi-polar type 1 disorder and alcoholism. Now, she wants to contribute to the mental health dialogue and specifically shed light on bi-polar disorder and addiction by and sharing her story of resilience with others in an effort to spread hope for those, who like her, struggle with mental illness and substance abuse. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#11 Can We Achieve Zero Suicides? with Dr. Craig Bryan

Dr. Craig Bryan, Professor of the Stress, Trauma, Adversity and Resilience (STAR) program at The Ohio State University, is a world renowned suicide prevention researcher and innovator who helps people find resilience in their darkest times. His talk will focus on his hope that we have a future with zero suicides. His research combines treatment, planning and therapies to greatly reduce suicide compared to typical treatment methods. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#10 Helping Others Through Acceptance with Steve O’Leary

Steve O’Leary has dedicated his life to finding a cure and helping others make their way through the rough waters of Alzheimer’s Disease, after his wife was diagnosed with early onset and eventually lost the battle to this devastating disease. His story is one of courage and resilience to life’s big changes. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#9 Adolescence, Addiction, Advocacy with Sarah Nerad

Sarah Nerad began a journey from personal addictive behavior at a young age to leadership in recovery-centered education as an adult. As a co-founder of Heartland High School, she is dedicated to helping teenagers in need of a safe environment to heal and recover. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#8 Restoring Hope and Creating a Healing Environment with Elaine and Nate Goldberg

The loss of their child has been a motivator and inspiration for Elaine and Nate Goldberg to work on improve lives of thousands facing mental health challenges. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#7 Castlecomer's Creative Resilience with Castlecomer

Tune in to hear how a rock band from Australia is handling the challenges that the pandemic is throwing their way- cutting their world tour short, how they sell records and keep their fans engaged. This is their story and their path of resilience. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#6 A Lifetime of Resilience with Edith Korda

Edith Korda is a survivor of Nazi power, the Bolsheviks, and escaping Hungary through the Iron Curtain to build a new life here in America. Her story is truly an example of resilience. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#5 Is There a Cure for Suicide? with David Grzelak

David Grzelak and his wife, Elizabeth, have been led to a mission of helping others after experiencing the loss of their teenage son to suicide. Dr. Luan Phan of The Ohio State University speaks about how we can all combat our nation’s suicide epidemic together. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#4 Challenges On Our Front Lines with Dr. Luan Phan and Arianna Galligher OSU Medical Center

Healthcare professionals must also care of their own stress, trauma and adversity during the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Luan Phan and Arianna Galligher from The Ohio State University address these issues for our front-line workers. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#3 Resilience Through Helping Others with Holly Kastan

Holly Kastan, MSW, LSW, of The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, shares her emotional story about how her personal experience with the loss of a child led her to dedicating her career to helping others through becoming a leader in the field of mental health. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#2 From Recovery to Leadership with Dr. Ken Yeager

Dr. Ken Yeager shares his own story of his journey from young adult to becoming a leader in the field of mental health. His moving story reminds us all that resilience is possible. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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#1 Remotional Health - Navigating stress and anxiety during this pandemic. with Dr. Luan Phan, OSU Medical Center

Dr. Luan Phan, Chairman of The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry, takes a look at the new term being used to describe our state of mental health while social distancing during the Covid-19 Pandemic, identifies the challenges we are facing now and suggests how we handle our emotional health during this difficult time. Hosted by Rick Milenthal

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