44 episodes

“Not sick” is not good enough. Be Well is a movement to get the most we want out of life. In each of our episodes, we pick a health or lifestyle topic, bring in one of our experts, and have a real conversation. Join us. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @crossoverhealth.

Be Well with Crossover Health Crossover Health

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 27 Ratings

“Not sick” is not good enough. Be Well is a movement to get the most we want out of life. In each of our episodes, we pick a health or lifestyle topic, bring in one of our experts, and have a real conversation. Join us. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @crossoverhealth.

    Culture of Stress (with Michael Boroff, PsyD)

    Culture of Stress (with Michael Boroff, PsyD)

    Having too much to do (and not enough time in which to do it all) can make you feel overwhelmed and stressed. But there are healthy ways to cope—which is one reason why we're happy to bring Michael Boroff, PsyD back to the show. Listen in as he discusses how stress impacts our overall health and how mindfulness can help.

    • 30 min
    Winning Your Own Race (with Sarah Piampiano, Professional Triathlete)

    Winning Your Own Race (with Sarah Piampiano, Professional Triathlete)

    Ironman Champion Sarah Piampiano joins the podcast to discuss how she went from working 120+ hours a week as an investment banker and smoking two packs of cigarettes a day to achieving her dreams of competing as a professional triathlete. Check out this episode to hear Sarah’s tips on shifting your mindset, positive self-talk, and embracing the concept of failure to reach your goals. 

    • 37 min
    Where Can Men Go To Cry? | Men’s Mental Health (with Vince Allen & Chris Drost, PhD)

    Where Can Men Go To Cry? | Men’s Mental Health (with Vince Allen & Chris Drost, PhD)

    Traditional ideas about masculinity can impact the way men think about and respond to their own health. It can be so deeply ingrained that it becomes difficult to identify, much less address. Crossover Psychologists Drs. Vince Allen and Chris Drost talk about their work towards shifting ideas of masculinity as well as challenging conventional narratives about what it means to “be a man."

    • 34 min
    Mothers Know Best: 9 Moms Share What They Wish They Knew About Pregnancy

    Mothers Know Best: 9 Moms Share What They Wish They Knew About Pregnancy

    OB-GYNs, friends with children, and What to Expect When You're Expecting are all good sources of information that can help shape a woman's expectations of pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum. But, there's a lot to learn from mothers’ hindsight. We asked a few of our Crossover experts and moms, “What do you know about pregnancy now, that you wish you knew then?” You’ll want to share this episode with both women and men who are about to embark on the parenthood journey.

    Special thanks to our guests:
    Alexandra Schopf, MD, Elvina Talalayev, Product Manager, Galina Tarnopolskiy, RN, Katie O'Dell, Host Manager, Maxine Yeung, Health Coach, Nicole Thalheimer, PsyD, Satoko Brigman, LMFT, Tiffany Lin, RD and Health Coach, Zianna Rivera, Lead Tech Host

    Connect with us!
    Learn more at crossoverhealth.com @crossoverhealth on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn

    • 21 min
    Tapping into Grief and Emotions with Traditional Chinese Medicine (with Cong Nguyen, LAc)

    Tapping into Grief and Emotions with Traditional Chinese Medicine (with Cong Nguyen, LAc)

    According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, grief is just one stage of an emotional pattern and emotions are viewed as phases rather than “good” or “bad” parts of who we are. Get a new perspective on how we can cope with these phases from Crossover Acupuncturist Cong Nguyen. Cong has navigated through his own grief and gained resilience by focusing on introspective questions like, “what is the function of this emotion?” and “what lesson is this experience trying to teach me?” 

    Connect with us!
    Learn more at crossoverhealth.com @crossoverhealth on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn

    • 37 min
    Why Am I Sad on My Wedding Day? Identifying Grief in Unexpected Ways (with Jennifer Uhrlass, LMFT)

    Why Am I Sad on My Wedding Day? Identifying Grief in Unexpected Ways (with Jennifer Uhrlass, LMFT)

    Grief creeps in for all of us in unexpected ways. From living through a pandemic, our childhood memories, even our wedding day (yes, it’s normal!), feelings of sorrow can be so nuanced that we can’t figure out what’s causing it or how to address it. Crossover Therapist Dr. Jennifer Uhrlass tells us about the many forms that grief takes in our lives, and how identifying it can help us cope with it.

    Connect with us!
    Learn more at crossoverhealth.com @crossoverhealth on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedInDaniel Lord, DC CCSP on LinkedIn

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

MC11921 ,

Better Sleep

I used to spend most nights awake worried that I won’t get enough sleep, but the tips from Dr. James helped shift my mindset and calm my anxiety.

saatfugit ,

Dont waste your time, much better medical shows out there

In the trailer It sounds like I am listening to a QVC show. Trying to sell rather than having any real content. The medical model sounds like Kaiser but without the professionalism. In subsequent shows, the host sounds like he is recording in metal shed. Also, he tries so hard to make jokes that just fall flat and are really awkward. I just can’t find much content in all the fluff.

Annimal777 ,

Programming!

Fantastic talk. I especially found the discussion around the importance of programming valuable. Additionally it is really great that Crossover provides this level of connection to its members. I love the idea of people being able to message with their PT anytime to not only support their health needs but also training program support. 🏃🏽‍♀️

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