47 episodes

Got Mental Health is a safe fun space to talk about all things Mental Health. Rachel Kove, a professional in mental health and addiction for over 14 years, and Arthur Mogilevski entrepreneur & owner of AM Healthcare will be interviewing experts, thought leaders, authors, entertainers, and more on topics such as spirituality, trauma, addiction, codependency, nutrition, eating disorders, parenting and MORE. We are so excited to build this community to encourage people to make your mental health your number one priority, so you can live a happy, fulfilled, and more meaningful life.

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Got Mental Health is a safe fun space to talk about all things Mental Health. Rachel Kove, a professional in mental health and addiction for over 14 years, and Arthur Mogilevski entrepreneur & owner of AM Healthcare will be interviewing experts, thought leaders, authors, entertainers, and more on topics such as spirituality, trauma, addiction, codependency, nutrition, eating disorders, parenting and MORE. We are so excited to build this community to encourage people to make your mental health your number one priority, so you can live a happy, fulfilled, and more meaningful life.

    Recovery, Introspection, and More With Shelly Stevens

    Recovery, Introspection, and More With Shelly Stevens

    Join us on the latest episode of Got Mental Health as hosts Rachel and Arthur interview Shelly Stevens, a certified counselor with nearly two decades of experience in recovery work. She shares her empathetic and strong counseling style; her profound respect for individuals battling addictions shines through in her work, where she empowers them to unearth their inner strength and make courageous changes.In this dynamic and honest discussion, Shelly speaks to the fascinating realm of attachment styles, dives into the depths of shadow work, exploring the art of living with gratitude, and gaining insights on dealing with pain and mastering introspection. Don't miss this inspiring episode with some raw and real takes on healing wisdom!

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Unlocking Meditation's True Potential

    Unlocking Meditation's True Potential

    In this enlightening episode of the Got Mental Health Podcast, host Rachel delves into the world of meditation with renowned scientist and Asian philosophy enthusiast, Richard Dixey, PhD. With his extensive background in mindfulness and spirituality, Richard discusses best practices for achieving an optimal meditation experience.Together, they explore the reasons people may be hesitant to meditate and how to overcome those fears. Discover the profound connections between meditation and experiencing true joy in life. Richard shares valuable insights into the mental skills cultivated through meditation, providing listeners with a deeper understanding of its transformative power.Join us on this journey as we uncover the secrets to a more fulfilling, peaceful, and mindful life. Richard Dixey's wisdom and expertise will leave you inspired and motivated to embark on your own meditation practice. Don't miss out on this thought-provoking conversation!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Prosecutor's Journey: Strength in Advocacy

    Prosecutor's Journey: Strength in Advocacy

    Join us in the latest episode of Got Mental Health as we sit down with Stephanie Horlick, Deputy District Attorney at the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office. Stephanie's journey from being a student-athlete to her role in the Family Protection Unit, where she prosecutes domestic violence and child abuse cases, is nothing short of inspiring. As the Vice President of the Ventura County Prosecutor’s Association, she's also committed to boosting office morale and mental health. Stephanie's story as the daughter of Salvadoran immigrant parents and her path to becoming a lawyer is a testament to the power of determination and resilience. Tune in to hear her experiences, struggles, and triumphs that have shaped her unshakable belief that she can achieve anything.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    AI and the Future of Work: Navigating Modern Life with Charles Tseng

    AI and the Future of Work: Navigating Modern Life with Charles Tseng

    Welcome back to the "Got Mental Health" podcast for an exciting Part Two episode featuring Charles Tseng, the Managing Partner of Genera Fund. In this continuation of our conversation with Charles, we dive even deeper into the fascinating world of AI and its profound impact on the future of work and modern life.

    Charles Tseng is not just an entrepreneur; he's a visionary shaping the landscape of AI technology. As the Managing Partner of Genera Fund, he's utilizing his extensive experience from building numerous startups to invest in early-stage AI tech. With Genera Fund spearheading the development of 18 groundbreaking AI and Web3-based startups, Charles is at the forefront of redefining our world.

    Join us as Charles delves into his journey as a mentor to future entrepreneurs and shares his unparalleled insights into how AI is set to transform our lives and reshape the future of work. We explore the ever-evolving role of AI in the job market, discussing how it's changing the way we work, learn, and adapt in this fast-paced digital age.

    But our conversation doesn't stop there. We also tackle the complexities of living a modern life with technology. From the benefits of AI-driven solutions to the potential pitfalls of an always-connected world, we examine how technology shapes our daily experiences, relationships, and mental well-being.

    Don't miss this neuro-forward episode as we continue to navigate the boundless possibilities and challenges that AI presents in our lives. Tune in now to gain a fresh perspective on AI, the future of work, and how to find balance in the digital age with the remarkable Charles Tseng as our guide.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Exploring Narcissism with Bruce Gregory, Ph.D.

    Exploring Narcissism with Bruce Gregory, Ph.D.

    Welcome to Got Mental Health, the podcast that delves deep into the complex world of the human mind. In this episode, we're diving headfirst into the intricate topic of narcissism. Join us as we unravel the layers, exploring its roots, its true meaning, and the narcissistic defense mechanism.Our guest this week is a true luminary in the field of mental health, Bruce Gregory, Ph.D. With an impressive forty-five-year career as a licensed marriage and family therapist, Bruce's insights are nothing short of extraordinary.During his tenure as the Director of the Master Program at Ryokan College for twenty-five years, he honed his expertise in understanding the human psyche. Bruce has also made significant contributions in the addiction and recovery sector, training staff at renowned treatment centers like Promises and Cliffside. His specialties extend to high-level executives, struggling young adults, and families seeking systemic healing, focusing on healthy communication skills, accountability, and rebuilding trust.But that's not all—Bruce's innovative approach integrates Ericksonian Mind-Body Hypnotherapy with therapeutic disciplines, Tai Chi, Tibetan Buddhist meditation, and even quantum physics to address resistance, trauma, and addiction.His four-decade-long career as a corporate behavioral specialist, working with giants like American Express, Xerox, and Travelers Insurance, has helped shape the mental health landscape in corporate settings.Furthermore, Bruce's publications bridge the gap between Ericksonian Mind-Body Hypnotherapy, classical music composition theory, Tai Chi, Tibetan Buddhist Meditation, mathematics, and quantum physics, pushing the boundaries of our understanding of the mind.Don't miss this enlightening episode as we tap into Bruce's vast knowledge to explore narcissism and its profound impact on our mental health. Join us on this journey of discovery, where we uncover the roots of narcissism, demystify its true meaning, and delve into the fascinating world of the narcissistic defense mechanism.Tune in now to Got Mental Health, and let's embark on this captivating exploration together.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    AI, Mental Health, and the Future of Work: A Conversation with Charles Tseng

    AI, Mental Health, and the Future of Work: A Conversation with Charles Tseng

    Welcome to a captivating episode of the Got Mental Health podcast, where we have the privilege of hosting Charles Tseng, the Managing Partner of Genera Fund. With his extensive background in building startups and his wealth of knowledge in the field of AI, Charles offers a unique perspective on the intersection of AI, mental health, the future of work, and more! Meet Charles Tseng, an entrepreneur extraordinaire who has founded numerous successful ventures. Today, he leads Genera Fund, a dynamic platform funding 18 groundbreaking AI and Web3-based startups. Join us as we delve into Charles's journey, from his entrepreneurial endeavors to his passion for mentoring the next generation of innovators.In this episode, we take a deep dive into the history of AI, tracing its fascinating evolution and discussing how it's poised to redefine various aspects of our lives. Charles shares his invaluable insights into the ethical considerations surrounding AI's development and its potential to reshape the future of work.Our conversation also explores the impact of technology on mental health. We investigate the ways in which AI, social media, and other tech-driven forces affect our psychological well-being. Charles highlights the opportunities and challenges these technologies present, offering a balanced perspective on how they can both support and strain our mental health.Join us for a thought-provoking discussion that navigates the complex relationship between AI, mental health, and the job market. Charles Tseng's expertise provides a compass for understanding the ever-changing landscape of technology and its profound implications on our mental well-being and the way we work. Tune in now for a captivating exploration of the future!

    • 1 hr 16 min

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