26 episodes

According to the Government of Canada (see link below), 1 in 3 Canadians experience mental illness during their lifetimes. Our mission statement is to destigmatize mental illness. Our lived experience with mental illness may help others recognize symptoms in their lives, or understand the struggles of neurodiverse individuals. This podcast is released by Peer Health volunteer students. Peer Health USask is a Student Wellness Centre initiative and run by student staff and volunteers. All students have Peer Health volunteer training. We are not medical professionals, we cannot diagnose anyone with a mental illness and this content should not be interpreted as medical advice. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing.

Check out our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website.

Title reference: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/about-mental-illness.html

Our One in Three Autoethnography Peer Health | Steven & Levi

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According to the Government of Canada (see link below), 1 in 3 Canadians experience mental illness during their lifetimes. Our mission statement is to destigmatize mental illness. Our lived experience with mental illness may help others recognize symptoms in their lives, or understand the struggles of neurodiverse individuals. This podcast is released by Peer Health volunteer students. Peer Health USask is a Student Wellness Centre initiative and run by student staff and volunteers. All students have Peer Health volunteer training. We are not medical professionals, we cannot diagnose anyone with a mental illness and this content should not be interpreted as medical advice. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing.

Check out our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website.

Title reference: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/about-mental-illness.html

    A Very Late 1 Year Anniversary Special

    A Very Late 1 Year Anniversary Special

    This episode is a mix of some of our stories so far. I probably couldn't get every single touching moment or capture everyone's struggles in this short special. Oops. Thanks to everyone who makes this project possible. Thank you for sharing your stories and continuing to support us. Your words have reached hundreds of people. Thanks for being part of the change.
     
    https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website
     

    • 8 min
    How to Get Help

    How to Get Help

    In this episode Steven interviews Dr. Matic. In the first 15 minutes Dr. Matic describes ADHD. After that, they discuss getting help, where to get started, invalidation, developing a secure patient-physician relationship and more.
     
    Disclaimer: I'm not a not medical professional. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical advice. 
     
    Our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website
     
    Resources: Student Wellness Centre 
     

    • 54 min
    Substance Use Disorder

    Substance Use Disorder

    In this episode Steven interviews Mark, a student at the University of Saskatchewan. They speak about his experience with Substance Use Disorder, the events that led to up to his sobriety and his future work to help others recover. 
     
    Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical advice. 
     
    Our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website
     
    Resources: Student Wellness Centre ; Canadian Crisis Services ;  usaskrecovery@gmail.com
    References: Substance Use Disorder ; Low Risk Drinking Guidelines ; 

    • 58 min
    Being Vulnerable Was Terrifying

    Being Vulnerable Was Terrifying

    In this episode Steven interviews Murray Drew, a professor at the University of Saskatchewan. They speak about student mental health, building resiliency, Murray's experience with ADHD, bipolar, his stay at the Irene Dube Centre and the ultimatum that would change his life. 
     
    Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical advice. 
     
    Our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website
     
    Resources: Student Wellness Centre ; Canadian Crisis Services
     
    References: ADHD & Workplace Accommodations ; What is ADHD ; Bipolar Disorder

    • 52 min
    ADHD in a Romantic Relationship

    ADHD in a Romantic Relationship

    In this episode Steven interviews Jess and Jamie. They speak about Jess' experiences with mental health in small town Saskatchewan. Then, they explore how ADHD impacts their romantic relationship.
     
    Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical advice. 
     
    side note: I realize that Jamie's audio is weird, I couldn't fix it. my bad.
     
    Our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website
     
    Resources: Student Wellness Centre ; Canadian Crisis Services
     
    References: ADHD & Attention in Women ; ADHD & Change ; ADHD Disruptive Behaviour Including Being Too Loud ; ADHD & Empathy

    • 43 min
    A Little Misunderstood

    A Little Misunderstood

    In this season opener, Steven interviews Ari. They speak about her experiences with hypomania and depression, stigma, her ongoing and previous struggles, and her outlook on this lifelong condition. 
     
    Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals. This podcast will contain mature content that may be triggering. Please contact your doctor if you are concerned about your mental wellbeing. This content should not be interpreted as medical advice. 
     
    Our website: https://our1in3autoethnography.libsyn.com/website
     
    Resources: Student Wellness Centre ; Canadian Crisis Services
     
    References: Pyschosis and Bipolar Disorder ; ADHD & Seretonin ; Anger and Bipolar Disorder ; Aggression & Bipolar

    • 32 min

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