10 episodes

The mission and purpose of Her Sound Mind: The Podcast is to show that we are all much more alike, than we are different, and we see that when we share our stories. In a time of much division and chaos, we have to come together over a commonality, and I believe that’s our humanity.

A Sound Mind and Body: The Podcast A Sound Mind

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The mission and purpose of Her Sound Mind: The Podcast is to show that we are all much more alike, than we are different, and we see that when we share our stories. In a time of much division and chaos, we have to come together over a commonality, and I believe that’s our humanity.

    A Chat With Myself

    A Chat With Myself

    In this episode, I (Ellie) make my first attempt at recording solo. Tune in to see how it goes! 

    • 36 min
    A Chat With Dr. Rita

    A Chat With Dr. Rita

    Ellie had the pleasure of speaking with primary care physician Dr. Rita (@wellhealthdoc). She is currently completing her fellowship in integrative medicine. She provides an interesting perspective on wellness. 

    • 44 min
    A Chat With Isaiah Grass

    A Chat With Isaiah Grass

    In this episode, Ellie was lucky enough to catch up with singer-songwriter Isaiah Grass. Isaiah Grass is a Chicago-based singer/songwriter. He's a former American Idol contestant in 2020, who gained international exposure! His fanbase reaches 250k followers worldwide, 1.5 million website visits, and he's verified on social media (Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Youtube & his website). Some of his hits include: “Climb Over Mountains”, “A Girl Like You”, “This Is Not A Love Song”, “Wherever You Are”, “More Than Friends”, and his festive holiday song “Christmas with You” (where he donates proceeds to Salvation Army, and children's hospitals), and most recently I NEED YOU (inpsired by mental health).  Additionally, he's been ranked No.1 on the Chicago Reverbnation Pop Charts. On top of all of that, Isaiah is also an ambassador for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). He has such a beautiful message and is one of the most intentional artists out there. It was an absolute blast and pleasure to connect with Isaiah. Go check him out now!

    • 53 min
    A Chat With Maddie Barrasso & I Support The Girls

    A Chat With Maddie Barrasso & I Support The Girls

    Ellie had the wonderful opportunity to talk with Maddie Barrasso, Program and Grants Manager at not-for-profit, I Support The Girls. I Support the Girls collects donations of new and gently used bras, and individually sealed tampons and maxi pads and distributes them to girls and women experiencing homelessness across the U.S. and globally. Bras are considered a luxury and wearing the same bra for years causes health problems. Many times living on the streets means having to decide between buying a hot meal or a box of tampons. No one should have to make that choice! To learn more about this wonderful organization, listen now!

    • 58 min
    A Chat With Rozzi

    A Chat With Rozzi

    Ellie had the fabulous opportunity to chat with the lovely singer-songwriter, Rozzi Crane on songwriting, Ellie's Rozzi fandom, and of course mental health. Rozzi has some wonderful things to say in regards to mental health in the general sense and how she manages her own mental health. Rozzi recently released new songs "fflow" and "Afterglow" go them check them out! Special thanks to Rozzi for her time and willingness to speak up on behalf of mental health awareness. Without further adieu...

    • 47 min
    A Chat With Priscilla Ahn

    A Chat With Priscilla Ahn

    Ellie had the wonderful opportunity to talk with singer-songwriter, Priscilla Ahn. Priscilla has released several albums since her start. Some of which are "A Good Day", "When You Grow Up, and "This is Where We Are". She has a gorgeous song called, "You Make The World A Better Place", and has sweatshirts which echo the same theme. Ellie and Priscilla discuss, Priscilla's upbringing in PA, Priscilla's identity as an Korean-American woman, song-writing, and of course mental health. 

    • 40 min

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