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DEPTH Work is a podcast for those who love to dive into transformative healing practices. We talk about mental health, madness, trauma, mind-body practices, energy work, ancestry, spirituality, societal change, somatics, and more. As a complex trauma survivor, holistic counselor, and co-founder of a transformative mental health training institute (IDHA-NYC.org), I believe that our deepest pain is guiding us towards our greatest transformation. Let's dive in! Become a Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/jazmine-russell/subscribe

DEPTH Work: A Holistic Mental Health Podcast Jazmine Russell

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DEPTH Work is a podcast for those who love to dive into transformative healing practices. We talk about mental health, madness, trauma, mind-body practices, energy work, ancestry, spirituality, societal change, somatics, and more. As a complex trauma survivor, holistic counselor, and co-founder of a transformative mental health training institute (IDHA-NYC.org), I believe that our deepest pain is guiding us towards our greatest transformation. Let's dive in! Become a Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/jazmine-russell/subscribe

    83. Healing Thyroid Autoimmune Issues Using Holistic Practices with Fern Olivia

    83. Healing Thyroid Autoimmune Issues Using Holistic Practices with Fern Olivia

    Sometimes it takes a healing crisis to get to the roots of chronic illness and transform our life into something more sustainable and purposeful. For Fern Olivia, this crisis manifested as an autoimmune thyroid problem - Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis - that forced her to quit her corporate job and led her down a healing path. Since then, she has developed Thyroid Yoga, along with other breath, movement, and vocal practices to support people who desire a more holistic way of dealing with whole-body health concerns.

    In this episode we discuss:


    the connections between the thyroid, hormones, and depression
    why hypothyroidism is more prevalent in women and diagnostically overshadowed
    messages from the body and why we ignore or normalize symptoms
    the function of the thyroid, physically and energetically
    the value of mentorship and community support
    learning to not be antagonistic with the body
    body talk practice and how to deeply listen
    blending yogic traditions and holistic nutrition
    using your voice to find your power

    Bio

    Fern Olivia is an internationally recognized teacher, speaker, and wellness influencer, as well as the founder of Thyroid Yoga®, a unique holistic program that has empowered thousands of women to reclaim their thyroid health and live a fuller, more radiant life. After fainting in the subway in NYC while working for seven years as a Vice President on Wall Street, she left the concrete jungle for the jungle of Costa Rica where she lives and guides retreats. Fern has birthed a new approach to healing through her own education in biomedical engineering and over a decade of experience and certifications in yoga, integrative medicine, breathwork and as a Medical Medium cleanse specialist. She combines targeted yoga sequences, breathwork, vocal activation, somatic intelligence, and brain rewiring to form a whole body approach to health. Through her masterminds, writings, retreats, workshops, and much more, Fern continues to educate and train thousands of women to reclaim their health and live their most fully expressed lives.

    Fern's "The Expressed Woman" 21-Day Quest to Confidence:

    www.thyroid.yoga/products/theexpressedwoman

    Join Fern's Medical Medium & Thyroid Yoga® Cleanse Retreat in Upstate NY this July 10-14: www.thyroid.yoga/products/upstateny

    Retreats and Cleanses in Costa Rica: www.thyroid.yoga/cleanseretreat

    Websites:

    www.fernolivia.com

    www.thyroid.yoga

    https://embodiedvoicebreathwork.com

    Instagram: @fernolivia

    Research:

    Epstein Barr Virus a possible cause for Autoimmune Thyroid conditions:


    https://www.palomahealth.com/learn/epstein-barr-virus-thyroid
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5099387/

    Thyroid Conditions and Increased Risk of Depression


    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9392461/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9025086/



    Sessions & Information about the host: ⁠⁠JazmineRussell.com⁠⁠

    Disclaimer: The DEPTH Work Podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Any information on this podcast in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling, psychotherapy, mental health counseling, or any other type of therapy or medical advice.

    • 58 Min.
    82. Building Bridges Across Generations with Abby Kamen

    82. Building Bridges Across Generations with Abby Kamen

    Ever have an existential crisis that made you upend all your beliefs about who you thought you were in life? Abby has, and today she speaks to the power of unlearning oppressive ideologies that we all have inherited, and how patriarchy can seep into all notions of what’s healthy, normal, and how we should live. Abby’s work centers on cultivating shame resilience through allowing ourselves to engage in “belief grief” - giving up toxic beliefs about our roles and identities so we can foster collective liberation. We also talk about bridging generational divides and the gifts that come when we can learn to listen especially to younger folks.

    In this episode we discuss:


    the value of existential crises
    getting unstuck from gender roles and refusing to live someone else’s story
    finding your voice in midlife
    how mentors and teachers show up in all places in life - even within your children
    knowing your privilege, cultivating shame resilience and being willing to change your mind
    ‘belief grief’ and letting harmful internalized beliefs go

    Abby Kamen's Bio:

    I am an artist, author, and energist. With candor and wit, I seek to provide a thought provoking look at generational trauma and the cyclical effects of survivalism. With my art, my writing, and my energetic gifts, I provide an innovative approach to collective healing that will enable all of humanity to create better, together. I live in Louisville, KY.

    WEBSITE: abbykamen.com

    Resources

    What is Belief Grief: https://www.abbykamen.com/belief-grief-defined

    Links

    Generation We: https://www.abbykamen.com/generation-we





    Reclaiming All Parts of You: Healing the Roots of Shame and Insecurity [Free workbook & meditation download] ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://witty-creator-9045.ck.page/e89cafda64⁠⁠

    Sessions & Information about the host: ⁠⁠JazmineRussell.com⁠⁠

    Disclaimer: The DEPTH Work Podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Any information on this podcast in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling, psychotherapy, mental health counseling, or any other type of therapy or medical advice.

    • 57 Min.
    80. From Disillusionment with Mental Health Treatment to Collective Power with Therapist Denise Ranaghan

    80. From Disillusionment with Mental Health Treatment to Collective Power with Therapist Denise Ranaghan

    They say many therapists get into this work for deeply personal reasons, but not many have held so many roles the way today’s guest, Denise Ranaghan, has. Denise gets real about what it was like being forcibly locked up in a psychiatric institute while in the military, working her way through school to become a therapist, directing community mental health services while being open about her mental health ‘status’ as a peer professional, and then having the courage to leave the system and go off on her own as an activist and therapist in private practice. Denise talks about the double edged sword of relying on oppressive authoritative systems while internalizing self-blame, and the courage it takes to bring a critical consciousness into your work.



    In this episode we discuss:


    growing up a ‘troubled teen’
    forced involuntary psychiatric institutionalization
    authoritative abuse and internalizing self-blame
    identifying and de-identifying with the ‘patient’ label
    swallowing vs acting out anger
    moral injury as a provider in the system
    being ‘out’ as a peer working in clinical settings
    self doubt, endurism and developing better boundaries as a therapist
    being a apart of a community and making local changes
    knowing your privilege
    intergenerational collaboration and undoing agism

    Bio

    Denise Ranaghan shares a powerful personal story of recovery that has driven her 20-year record of service in the mental health field. She has held multiple positions including Residential Manager, Peer Specialist, Director of Wellness Services, Director of Assertive Community Treatment, and Director of Peer Services. In all of her positions she strove to include the peer perspective and vehemently called out oppressive practices, and eventually came to terms with how she was contributing to them. She was one of the first in several agencies who publicly identified as a Peer while in professional roles. She introduced and supported alternative peer run self help groups that challenged the “clinician knows best” belief. Denise has presented on Peer Support, Trauma-Informed Care, Voice hearing, Cultural Diversity, Suicide and The Human Canine connection. She is the author of multiple essays on recovery as well as the book Institutional Eyes which profiles her experience in the military where she was first psychiatrically hospitalized. Presently she has a private practice in Woodstock, NY, she serves on the Ulster County Community Services Board, the Mental health subcommittee and is a member a local Social Justice Committee. She says she has found community with a purpose at IDHA!

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/denise-ranaghan-lake-hill-ny/823460



    Resources

    Transformative Mental Health Training Institute (international membership) www.idha-nyc.org



    Links

    Sessions & Information about the host: ⁠⁠JazmineRussell.com⁠⁠



    Disclaimer: The DEPTH Work Podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Any information on this podcast in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling, psychotherapy, mental health counseling, or any other type of therapy or medical advice.

    • 51 Min.
    79. Why Forced Psychiatric Interventions are More Common Than We Think with Journalist Rob Wipond

    79. Why Forced Psychiatric Interventions are More Common Than We Think with Journalist Rob Wipond

    Some of the most egregious harms have been done in the name of “help,” and this is especially true when it comes to forced psychiatric interventions. Investigative journalist, Rob Wipond illuminates the systemic harms of the psychiatric system after experiencing his father attempt to get help and instead of care, be met with coercion and force. As many find out, this is an all too common story. The evidence that psychiatric detention is beneficial to people is lacking, yet rates continue to dramatically rise. From mental health laws and policies, to corruption in pharmaceutical companies, and even political organizations lobbying for more control, all grease the wheels of power and injustice.

    In this episode we discuss:


    the politics of forced psychiatric treatment and why it is harmful
    how the evidence on forced treatment is systematically hidden
    the ins and out of mental health laws
    why there’s a higher suicide risk in the weeks after psychiatric hospitalization
    how giving people the label of ‘lacking insight’ is dangerous and false
    several alternative interventions and why we need more advocates
    advice for family members
    the cultural shift that’s needed



    Rob Wipond is a freelance investigative journalist who writes frequently about the interfaces between psychiatry, civil rights, community issues, policing, surveillance and privacy, and social change. His articles have been nominated for seventeen magazine and journalism awards in science, law, business, and community issues, and he’s the author of the book Your Consent is Not Required: The Rise in Psychiatric Detentions, Forced Treatment, and Abusive Guardianships.

    Links

    Rob’s Website: https://robwipond.com/about

    Book: Your Consent is not Required: https://robwipond.com/your-consent-is-not-required

    Socials:

    https://twitter.com/robwipond

    https://www.facebook.com/RobWipondAuthor

    https://www.youtube.com/user/robwipond



    Resources:


    US rates of committment: Lee, Gi and David Cohen. “Incidences of Involuntary Psychiatric Detentions in 25 U.S. States.” Psychiatric Services 72, no. 1 (January 1, 2021). https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ps.201900477
    European rates of commitment: Sheridan Rains, Luke. “Variations in Patterns of Involuntary Hospitalisation and
    in Legal Frameworks: An International Comparative Study.” Lancet Psychiatry 6, no. 5 (May 2019). https://doi.org/10.1016%2
    FS2215-0366(19)30090-2
    Suicidality after hospitalization:
    Whitaker, Robert. “Suicide in the Age of Prozac.” Mad in America (August 6, 2018). https://www.madinamerica.com/2018/08/suicide-in-the-age-ofprozac/
    &
    Simons, Peter. “Involuntary Hospitalization Increases Risk of Suicide.” Mad in America (June 24, 2019). https://www.madinamerica.
    com/2019/06/involuntary-hospitalization-increases-risk-suicide-study-finds/
    United Nations statement: https://www.ohchr.org/en/statements/2020/10/statement-mr-dainius-puras-special-rapporteur-right-everyone-enjoyment-highest
    Find all notes, research, and resources list on Rob’s Website



    Become a member of the Institute for the Development of Human Arts: ⁠www.idha-nyc.org⁠



    Sessions & Information about the host: ⁠⁠JazmineRussell.com⁠⁠

    Disclaimer: The DEPTH Work Podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Any information on this podcast in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling, psychotherapy, mental health counseling, or any other type of therapy or medical advice.

    • 1 Std. 31 Min.
    77. Eating Disorders, Addiction & Complex Trauma: Using Expression to Heal with Katie Kilbourn

    77. Eating Disorders, Addiction & Complex Trauma: Using Expression to Heal with Katie Kilbourn

    In popular culture, we tend to think of eating disorders as a reaction to toxic societal messages about our bodies. While this may in part be true, for many people complex trauma is often at the root. Our guest today, Katie Kilbourn, co-founder of a dance company helping people heal through expressive arts, courageously shares about many aspects of eating disorders that are silenced, including the links between addiction, trauma, and eating disorders. We discuss the adaptive coping strategies we develop as a result of trauma, and the double-edged sword of escapism, perfectionism, and control. She also shares about what it's like to navigate pregnancy while recovering from an eating disorder, and why it’s critical for mothers to stay authentic and boundaried in caring for their own mental health.

    We also discuss:


    redefining body ‘positivity’ and body ‘neutrality’
    the toxic pressure on dancers and performers
    how eating disorders are like many other addictions
    how pregnancy and motherhood could trigger patterns
    exploding the myth of ‘selfishness’ in motherhood
    the light and shadow of escapism, perfectionism and control
    what makes expressive arts so healing

    Bio

    Katie Kilbourn was born in Sacramento, California and trained all over the West Coast before she moved and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Jazz Dance Performance at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. After relocating to New York, Katie had the privilege to dance with several companies including Balasole, J/D Dansfolk, and IKADA. From a young age Katie realized there is a generic pressure within the dance community to maintain a specific body type and she realized that many people, herself included, engage in unhealthy behaviors to achieve a certain look. In 2015 she co founded Borne Dance Company with Kianna Moye and together they created a company dedicated to mental health and eating disorder awareness. As someone who has dealt with mental health concerns her entire life, Katie strived to create a company that would inspire body positivity, self appreciation, and the idea of recovery through art. She was a volunteer at the National Eating Disorders Association for over four years and has personal history with mental health and recovery. She has closely worked with therapists and specialists in the mental health field to create content and workshops that are therapeutic, inspiring, and compassionate for the community.

    Resources


    Website & Donate to Borne Dance which offers donation based artistic shows, events, and workshops to the public that serves as an educational entity for mental health awareness, healing through the arts, as well as prevention and treatment of eating disorders. https://www.bornedance.com/
    Dance Shows: Feb 24-25 2024 in Sacramento, March 2nd 2024 NYC

    Links

    Sessions & Information about the host: ⁠⁠JazmineRussell.com⁠⁠

    Disclaimer: The DEPTH Work Podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Any information on this podcast in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling, psychotherapy, mental health counseling, or any other type of therapy or medical advice.

    • 38 Min.
    76. Menopause, Trauma & Psychosis: Holistic Approaches in Midlife & Undoing Patriarchal Conditioning with Leah Harris, Lynda Wisdo & Marie Brown

    76. Menopause, Trauma & Psychosis: Holistic Approaches in Midlife & Undoing Patriarchal Conditioning with Leah Harris, Lynda Wisdo & Marie Brown

    One of the most overlooked experiences is menopause and perimenopause and impact on mental health. Societally we treat it like a disease or an ‘untapped market’ to sell more products. Many people feel isolated and alone in their mind-life experiences, and for some this can have extreme consequences. Today we have three experts by experience and training talking about how the system fails menopausal people and sharing their lived experiences in approaching this time of life as an incredibly transformative experience.

    We also discuss:


    how early trauma and sexual abuse can re-emerge in midlife
    the “second peak” of psychosis
    spiritual emergency and holistic healing


    dealing with mortality and fear of dying
    sacred rage in menopause
    developing new archetypes for the "elder"
    the medicalization of pms and menopause
    hormone replacement therapies, estradial, etc.
    diagnostic overshadowing
    capitalism and the menopause “market”

    Bios

    Leah Harris is a psychiatric survivor, activist, and independent journalist. Their work examines mental health and disability policy, with a focus on deinstitutionalization and involuntary psychiatric intervention. Leah's writing appears in Truthout, the Disability Visibility Project, The Progressive, and Mad in America; and in the anthologies We've Been Too Patient: Voices from Radical Mental Health (North Atlantic Books (https://www.wevebeentoopatient.org/⁠) and the forthcoming Mad Studies Reader (Routledge). Their memoir-in-progress, NONCOMPLIANT, traces two generations of psychiatric survivorship and resistance in their family, alongside in-depth reporting and analysis of America's failed mental health policies. https://www.leahiharris.com/



    Lynda Wisdo, MA, CYT: Lynda is a survivor of childhood trauma and a menopause/trauma-related Spiritual Emergency.  After several years of mind/body healing, she went on to earn an MA degree in Transpersonal Studies and Spiritual Guidance along with certifications in Trauma-Informed Yoga, Transpersonal Hypnosis, Reiki, and Tarot for Women.  She has written a memoir about her experience with spiritual emergency titled Menopause in Crisis—When Spiritual Emergency Meets the Feminine Midlife Passage (⁠https://menopauseincrisis.weebly.com⁠) her hope being to offer insights and support to women who may be undergoing similar experiences.  She can be reached through her websites at https://lyndawisdo.weebly.com  or by email at lyndawisdo@gmail.com


    Trauma & Menopause Conference 2024: Healing the Effects of Trauma Through the Challenges of Perimenopause with Lynda Wisdo, MA, CYT https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trauma-menopause-conference-2024-the-intersection-of-trauma-menopause-tickets-798528298637

    Marie Brown, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist working in private practice and the public mental health system in New York City. She is the current President of the US Chapter of the International Society for the Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis and an original co-founder of Hearing Voices Network NYC. She is co-editor of Women & Psychosis: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (with Marilyn Charles) https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498591935/Women-and-Psychosis-Multidisciplinary-Perspectives⁠ and Emancipatory Perspectives on Madness (with Robin Brown) https://www.routledge.com/Emancipatory-Perspectives-on-Madness-Psychological-Social-and-Spiritual/Brown-Brown/p/book/9780367360160⁠. Website: https://mariebrownphd.com/ Twitter: @BrownMarieC

    Resources:

    Yale Study on Menopause & Psychosis + All resources mentioned here:

    https://www.jazminerussell.com/blog/menopause-trauma-psychosis-holistic-approaches-in-midlife-undoing-patriarchal-conditioning



    Sessions & Information about the host: ⁠⁠JazmineRussell.com⁠⁠

    Disclaimer: The DEPTH Work Podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only. Any information on this podcast in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counsel

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