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Mormon Mental Health is an online mental health resource serving the Mormon community through hosting mental health podcasts. Mormon Mental Health was created in response to an increasing demand for an easy way to inform and connect Mormons seeking mental health services with resources and professionals that address Mormon culture, Mormon beliefs, and the issues unique to Mormon family and community systems. Mormon Mental Health is a service of Mormon Stories and the Open Stories Foundation. Mormon Stories explicitly seeks to align all operations with the Mormon Stories Shared Values Statement. Additionally, we endeavor to ensure that the projects we undertake 1) support individuals in Mormon-related faith crises, 2) save marriages where appropriate, 3) heal families, and 4) celebrate, challenge, and advance Mormon culture in healthy ways.

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Mormon Mental Health is an online mental health resource serving the Mormon community through hosting mental health podcasts. Mormon Mental Health was created in response to an increasing demand for an easy way to inform and connect Mormons seeking mental health services with resources and professionals that address Mormon culture, Mormon beliefs, and the issues unique to Mormon family and community systems. Mormon Mental Health is a service of Mormon Stories and the Open Stories Foundation. Mormon Stories explicitly seeks to align all operations with the Mormon Stories Shared Values Statement. Additionally, we endeavor to ensure that the projects we undertake 1) support individuals in Mormon-related faith crises, 2) save marriages where appropriate, 3) heal families, and 4) celebrate, challenge, and advance Mormon culture in healthy ways.

    215: Andraea Lynne and Ethical Non-Monogamy

    215: Andraea Lynne and Ethical Non-Monogamy

    Jeff Lundgren hosts this episode of Mormon Mental Health. He is joined by Andraea Lynne who shares her experience with ethical non-monogamy and her experience having grown up in the church. They discuss the beginnings of polygamy within the Mormon religion and posit the idea that it wasn’t ethical, but was about property. Andraea then shares her experiences and how it’s a lot of work and it requires communication and boundaries. She then leaves with giving some helpful tips and resources for anyone interested in finding out more.
    You can also join her Facebook groups:
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    To help keep Mormon Mental Health going past 2021, please donate at mormonmentalhealth.org.

    • 53 min
    214: Nuance in considering Late Term Abortion with Analiesa Leonhardt, Nurse/Midwife

    214: Nuance in considering Late Term Abortion with Analiesa Leonhardt, Nurse/Midwife

    This episode was originally recorded for the "Healing Sols Podcast" and has been refurbished for your enjoyment.
    For more from Natasha Helfer, LCMFT, CST, CSTS, please visit https://www.natashahelfer.com.
    Nuance in Considering Late Term Abortion with Analiesa Leonhardt who is a nurse midwife, has a doctorate as a nurse practitioner from the university of Utah and was a doula for five years prior. She recently wrote a facebook post - https://www.facebook.com/analiesa.leonhardt/posts/10164136788910007 - that caught Natasha's attention in regards to the current legislation trying to be passed in Colorado (prop 115) in regards to limiting abortion after 22 weeks. Analiesa does a phenomenal job educating us about the moral and ethical impications of such a measure in regards to a woman's ability to make decisions, especially when facing the devastating news that the fetus has medical complications that may not allow for the baby to live past delivery. She shares statistics and information that are important to consider as we all face the dilemmas around our views on abortion, and the consequences of the current polarized discussion on this topic. Her thoughtful language and approach to this topic has a profound impact on the listener. You will value the listen.

    • 1h 4 min
    213: Resilience & Relationship Resilience with Christian Moore, LCSW

    213: Resilience & Relationship Resilience with Christian Moore, LCSW

    This episode was originally recorded for the "Healing Sols Podcast" and has been refurbished for your enjoyment.
    For more from Natasha Helfer, LCMFT, CST, CSTS, please visit https://www.natashahelfer.com.
    Being Resilient as an Individual and within Relationships with Christian Moore, LCSW, founder of whytry.org and author of The Resilience Breakthrough: 27 Tools for Turning Adversity into Action. Christian travels the world presenting to all kinds of organizations, specifically those serving underpriviliged youth, about rising above very challenging situations usually affected by learning disorders. We discuss the traits and behaviors that lead towards resilience minded frameworks and how these can benefit your life, mental and relational health. How do we better understand the differences of unconditional vs. conditional love and what they both reap? What is "street resilience"? What does a role of a mentor in our development offer? Are we really just supposed to be getting "rid" of negative feelings? What role can what are typcially labeled "negative feelings" play in empowerment and self-transformation? How can we get along with people who believe fundamentally different things than we do (super important part of the podcast given we are just days away from the US election)? Christian is a brilliant thinker who has put his own life experience to the test in regards to his theoretical framing. Transformative listen that I recommend going through at least twice!

    • 1h 30 min
    212: Depression and Suicide: A Response to Elder Rasband’s “Face to Face,” September 13, 2020

    212: Depression and Suicide: A Response to Elder Rasband’s “Face to Face,” September 13, 2020

    If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Hotline at 800-273-8255 or visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org
     
     
    During a “Face to Face” with church youth on September 13th, 2020, Elder Donald Rasband answered questions including, “I have serious questions about the truth claims of the church and I am seriously considering removing my name from the records of the church. Can you give me a reason I should stay?”
     
    He proceeds to answer with an example of a young man who had struggled with depression and suicidality.
     
    Jeff Lundgren (https://www.symmetrysols.com/jefflundgren) hosts this episode of Mormon Mental Health Podcast to talk about the harm of Elder Rasband’s response. He is joined by:
     
    Merri-Grace Allred, currently getting her PhD in Immunology from the University of Iowa
     
    AJ Jano who shares his personal experiences with depression and suicidal ideation in the church
     
    Alessandra Jacobson who is a Marriage and Family Therapist
     
    Clair Mellenthin, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Play Therapist Supervisor and author of, “Attachment Center Play Therapy: Play Therapy Proved Strategy for Child Disorders” and “My Many Colors of Me Workbook.” She is also a media expert on children and family issues.
     
    And Michael Benjamin, a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, primarily a therapist with children, adolescence and their families.
     
    The panelists share their reactions to the response by Elder Rasband and then dive into advice for church leaders, parents and, really, all of us.
     
    Resources discussed:
     
    The National Suicide Hotline at 800-273-8255
    suicidepreventionlifeline.org
     
    My3 – A sucide prevention app
    https://my3app.org
     
    The Trevor Project
    https://www.thetrevorproject.org
     
    To help keep this podcast going past 2020, please donate at mormonmentalhealth.org.

    • 1h 4 min
    211: Substance Use in Mormon Faith Transition

    211: Substance Use in Mormon Faith Transition

    Hosts Jennifer White, LCSW and Jeff Lundgren, CMHC chat in this episode of Mormon Mental Health Podcast about how transitioning Mormons explore substances including coffee, alcohol, cannabis, psilocybin and ayahuasca.
    Jennifer and Jeff will be presenting on this topic at the Sunstone Digital Symposium July 30th, 2020 at 3:25pm-4:25pm MST. For more information, please visit: https://www.sunstonemagazine.com/registration/
    To help keep this podcast going past 2020, please donate at mormonmentalhealth.org.

    • 43 min
    210: Alternate Approaches to Depression with Symmetry Solutions Providers

    210: Alternate Approaches to Depression with Symmetry Solutions Providers

    Natasha Helfer Parker, Lisa Butterworth, Jenny Elledge and Tami Harris talk about alternate approaches to depression.
    This episode is offered by Symmetry Solutions and shared with Mormon Mental Health Podcast.
    Please donate at mormonmentalhealth.org to keep the podcast going past 2020.

    • 44 min

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