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Men Who Talk Heal is a podcast that aims to not just de-stigmatize conversations about mental health, but to normalize them! Zach Miley, a Social Worker, and Brandon Rounick, a Certified Health and Wellness Coach host this funny, relaxed, and real podcast about their own mental health challenges are joined by guests from all different walks of life to talk about their experiences with mental health.

Men Who Talk Heal Zach Miley and Brandon Rounick

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.2 • 19 Ratings

Men Who Talk Heal is a podcast that aims to not just de-stigmatize conversations about mental health, but to normalize them! Zach Miley, a Social Worker, and Brandon Rounick, a Certified Health and Wellness Coach host this funny, relaxed, and real podcast about their own mental health challenges are joined by guests from all different walks of life to talk about their experiences with mental health.

    Newton's Third Law & Your Serenity

    Newton's Third Law & Your Serenity

    Newton's Third Law of Physics says that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, but this isn't and shouldn't be true when it comes to your thoughts and feelings. Sometimes, folks are troubled with being "reactionary" which creates turmoil in their personal life. In this episode, the guys talk about being reactionary and why and how to avoid it.

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    Important:
    "Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.

    Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.

    If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.

    For additional crisis resources you can call or text the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.
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    • 47 min
    I'm Sorry: Apologizing and Your Mental Health

    I'm Sorry: Apologizing and Your Mental Health

    Does saying sorry benefit you or the other person more? What makes apologizing so hard? What happens when someone doesn't accept your apology? The guys break down these questions and more about how apologizing impacts mental health.

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    Important:
    "Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.

    Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.

    If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.

    For additional crisis resources you can call or text the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.
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    • 41 min
    Catching Up

    Catching Up

    The guys are back after a three week hiatus and they're catching you up on a variety of things from what's going on with the show, to what's been going on in their lives, such as Zach's mindful eating journey and learning more about codependency and Brandon trying cryotherapy and starting a trauma-informed yoga instructor course, to current events like UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett taking a stand against men's mental health stigma.

    Paddy Pimblett audio not owned by Men Who Talk Heal.

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    Music from: www.purple-planet.com

    Important:
    "Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.

    Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.

    If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.

    For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741.
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    • 38 min
    All Grown Up and Neurodiverse

    All Grown Up and Neurodiverse

    Friend of the show Jack Kopanski joins the guys to talk about what neurodiversity is and what his personal journey with mental health has been, specifically, being diagnosed later in life with anxiety and ADHD.

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    Music from: www.purple-planet.com

    Important:
    "Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.

    Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.

    If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.

    For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741.
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    • 45 min
    S.O.T.M.: State of the Men

    S.O.T.M.: State of the Men

    Zach and Brandon give an update on things going on in their lives PLUS  a special appearance by a SURPRISE guest.

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    Important:
    "Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.

    Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.

    If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.

    For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741.
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    • 33 min
    Moments of Strength Series Part 2

    Moments of Strength Series Part 2

    Throughout our show there are times when Brandon or Zach find it helpful or important to share personal updates about their mental health journey, these episodes will be identified in a series titled "Moments of Strength". In this episode of the series, Zach shares about his experience with Vitamin D deficiency and low testosterone and how it has affected his physical, mental, and sexual health.

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    Music from: www.purple-planet.com

    Important:
    "Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.

    Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.

    If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.

    For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741.
    Support the show

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

M.A.R M.A.R. ,

Great show!

Great show! Informative and encouraging discussions surrounding different mental health topics that are current in my daily personal and work life.

The opening banter is my favorite :)

Keep it up you are doing great work!

librarylady411 ,

Great information shared, awesome podcast!

I have been looking for a shorter, regularly updated podcast focused on mental health and wellness. I found what I needed in Men Who Talk Heal. This podcast has great information and shares ideas, topics, and support about a range of mental health topics in a completely no-judgement zone. I also love that the episodes are all only about 30 minutes or so! Check it out—you will not be disappointed!

Nia Richardson ,

Men need love too!!

As a black woman, I entirely support and advocate for this podcast. Not only do men need love like women, but they deserve a voice too. Too often people critique the patriarchy but don’t stop to think about the negative affects it has on men... ESPECIALLY when it comes to verbalizing emotion(s). I also loved the most recent discussion about culture!! DEFINITELY will be tuning in moving forward

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