100 episodes

Welcome to Behavioral Health Today, a podcast by Triad Behavioral Health, where we tackle trending topics in behavioral and mental health. The Behavioral Health Today podcast is designed to share unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities, while bringing them a mental health perspective for Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage Family Therapists.

Behavioral Health Today Triad

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 55 Ratings

Welcome to Behavioral Health Today, a podcast by Triad Behavioral Health, where we tackle trending topics in behavioral and mental health. The Behavioral Health Today podcast is designed to share unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities, while bringing them a mental health perspective for Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage Family Therapists.

    Revolutionize Healthcare: A Human-Centered Approach with Dr. Craig Joseph – Episode 294

    Revolutionize Healthcare: A Human-Centered Approach with Dr. Craig Joseph – Episode 294

    The art of human-centered healthcare technology, we utilize technology and design principles to simplify and encourage actions aligned with patient well-being, while subtly discouraging actions that may not align with best practices. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Craig Joseph, MD. Craig is a seasoned physician informaticist known for his extensive background in healthcare and technology spanning 25 years. As Nordic Global's Chief Medical Officer, he embodies a commitment to enhancing healthcare through human-centered design, technology, and common sense. Beginning as a primary care pediatrician, Dr. Joseph transitioned to health IT, playing a crucial role in building the Foundation System at Epic and implementing electronic health records across the US and Europe. As an acclaimed author of the book “Designing for Health: The Human-Centered Approach”, Craig delves into the challenges of repairing the healthcare system and the opportunity for technology to help. We’re excited to have Craig with us today to discuss complexities of a fractured healthcare system, and highlighting the crucial role of technology for the betterment of both patients and providers.
     
    To learn more about “Designing for Health: The Human-Centered Approach” by Dr. Craig Joseph, please visit: https://www.nordicglobal.com/what-we-think/insights/designing-for-health
    For more information about Nordic Global, please visit: https://www.nordicglobal.com
    To read the Nordic Global blog, please visit: https://www.nordicglobal.com/blog
    To learn more about Dr. Craig Joseph, please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/craigjoseph/

    • 38 min
    Depression, Anxiety & the Bill of Emotional Rights with Dr. Ardeshir Mehran – Episode 293

    Depression, Anxiety & the Bill of Emotional Rights with Dr. Ardeshir Mehran – Episode 293

    People yearn to share their stories with someone who comprehends their journey. Despite differing structures, vocabularies, and contexts, they recount tales of adversity, sharing the narratives of life's challenges and setbacks. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Ardeshir Mehran. Ardeshir is a psychologist, behavioral researcher, and leadership coach who challenges conventional notions of depression.  Holding a Ph.D. and M.Ed. from Columbia University, Ardeshir draws from over thirty years of experience in counseling, organizational psychology, and research, guiding global leaders and operational teams across diverse industries. Ardeshir’s groundbreaking approach, The Bill of Emotional Rights, offers a revolutionary cure for depression, a method applied successfully to heal both himself and countless clients. Through the Dr. Mehran Method, he guides clients to faster, stronger, and longer-lasting outcomes, drawing from over three decades of experience. Currently residing in Northern California, he balances his transformative work with a passion for running, wandering in nature, photography, poetry, and other artistic pursuits. We’re excited to have Ardeshir with us today to discuss his newest book “You are Not Depressed. You are Un-Finished” and the Bill of Emotional Rights.
     
    To learn more about “You Are Not Depressed. You are Un-Finished” by Dr. Ardeshir Mehran, please visit: https://ardeshirmehran.com/general-clean/
    For more information about Dr. Ardeshir Mehran, please visit: https://ardeshirmehran.com
    To download the Bill of Emotional Rights, please visit: https://ardeshirmehran.com/copy-of-bio/
    Read Ardeshir’s blog post “Curious About Trauma? Read This”, https://ardeshirmehran.com/curious-about-trauma-read-this/
    Connect with Ardeshir on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/@ArdeshirMehranPhD

    • 47 min
    Cultural Safety & Sensitivity in Healthcare with Dr. Raj Sundar – Episode 292

    Cultural Safety & Sensitivity in Healthcare with Dr. Raj Sundar – Episode 292

    In medicine, the principle of "do no harm" is fundamental. Given the historical harm caused by racism and inequities within communities, it's imperative to prioritize this perspective. We must first approach interactions through this lens and then seek to establish cultural connections, if it’s important to them. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Raj Sundar. Raj Sundar is a full-spectrum family medicine physician and community organizer and the host of Healthcare for Humans, a podcast dedicated to educating others on how to care for culturally diverse communities so they can be better healers. Raj works with others to create systems that treat each person with dignity, respect their histories, celebrate their joys, and honor their hopes. We’re excited to have Raj with us today to discuss cultural competency and his work with Healthcare for Humans. What does it entail to cultivate a healing relationship with the individual before you? What information is essential to grasp without overwhelming or burdening them with excessive explanations?
     
    To learn more about the Healthcare for Humans Podcast, please visit: https://www.healthcareforhumans.org
    Connect with Healthcare for Humans on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/healthcareforhumanspodcast/
    Connect with Dr. Raj Sundar on Linkedin at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raj-sundar-15206567/
    Connect with Dr. Raj Sundar on X at: https://twitter.com/KRajSundar

    • 36 min
    Exploring Mental Health Journalism with Dr. John Grohol – Episode 291

    Exploring Mental Health Journalism with Dr. John Grohol – Episode 291

    Publications such as the New England Psychologist serve as invaluable resources, providing updates on state psychological association changes and offering insightful analysis to help clinical practitioners understand the implications for their practice. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Dr. John Grohol. John is the publisher of the New England Psychologist, a 32-year-old quarterly trade publication for clinical psychologists in the New England region. John has played a transformative role in making mental health resources accessible on the internet. In 1995 he founded Psych Central, the WebMD of mental health online, where he was also its CEO, Editor-in-chief, and a regular contributor. He sold Psych Central in 2020 to Healthline. In 1999, he joined the first online therapy company in Boston, Help Horizons, as the youngest chief operating officer in the industry. He oversaw that company’s successful sale in 2006. In 2001, John created one of the first online mental health support groups, MySupportForums, which is still run today by John and a team of volunteers. He’s both a published book author and researcher. John is also one of the co-founders of the Society for Participatory Medicine, a non-profit that seeks to help patients become equal partners in their healthcare decisions. I’m excited to have John with us today to discuss the importance of independent journalism and his work with the New England Psychologist.
     
    To learn more about the New England Psychologist, please visit: https://www.nepsy.com
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    To learn more about Dr. John Grohol, please visit: https://grohol.com/john-grohol/

    • 29 min
    Solving the ADHD Riddle with Dr. Connie McReynolds – Episode 290

    Solving the ADHD Riddle with Dr. Connie McReynolds – Episode 290

    If your child struggles with attention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or other symptoms of ADHD, it can be challenging to know just how to help them. Increasing meltdowns, having a hard time at school, difficulty with organization, following through on tasks, or remembering what to do are all early warning signs that something is wrong. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Connie McReynolds. Connie, a seasoned professional with 30+ years in rehabilitation counseling and psychology, holds licenses as a Psychologist, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and Certified Vocational Evaluator. As the visionary founder of neurofeedback clinics in Southern California, she specializes in transforming the lives of individuals aged 5 to 90 by addressing conditions like ADHD, anxiety, anger, depression, chronic pain, learning problems, and trauma. An acclaimed author of "Solving the ADHD Riddle," she is a #1 bestselling author on Amazon.  Connie is also a sought-after speaker and hosts the podcast "Roadmap to the Brain," offering valuable insights and guidance for healing and improving quality of life. We’re excited to have Connie with us today to discuss ADHD and her book “Solving the ADHD Riddle: The Real Cause and Lasting Solutions to Your Child’s Struggle to Learn”.


     


    To learn more about Dr. Connie McReynolds and her research, please visit: https://www.conniemcreynolds.comFor more information about Solving the ADHD Riddle: The Real Cause and Lasting Solutions to Your Child’s Struggle to Learn by Connie Reynolds, Ph.D, please visit: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/solving-the-adhd-riddle-connie-mcreynolds/1143582976Connect with Dr. Connie McReynolds on Linkedin at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/connie-mcreynolds-ph-d-463502b/Connect with Dr. Connie McReynolds on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Dr-Connie-McReynolds-103883111991763

    • 46 min
    Bioregulation Therapy with Turul Sengul & Michael Holler – Episode 289

    Bioregulation Therapy with Turul Sengul & Michael Holler – Episode 289

    Advanced pulsed electromagnetic field technology enables the application of bioregulation therapy, enhancing the body's natural healing process and facilitating self-regulation more efficiently in incredible ways. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Michael Holler and Turul Sengul from Lenyosys, a pioneer in bioregulation technology that utilizes state-of-the-art biofeedback and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and creates innovative Bioregulation Therapy (BRT products). By enhancing biological communication at the cellular level, these therapies support the body’s natural regulation and healing activities. Michael is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 37 years of experience. Specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy, as well as neurofeedback. Michael is the Past President of the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association. A graduate of Lindenwood University, he employs a solution-focused therapy approach, addressing diverse client needs. Turul is the founder of Nestatek, Inc., a company that provides advanced wellness technology solutions, supporting practitioners with innovative and effective therapy options. With more than 20 years of experience, Sengul has worked at the forefront of technology innovations across a number of industries including information technology, telecommunications and healthcare.  We’re excited to have Michael and Turul with us today to discuss bioregulation therapy, Lenyosys, and the work they’re doing with advanced pulsed electromagnetic field technology.
     
    To learn more about Lenyosys and Bioregulation Therapy, please visit: https://lenyosys.com
    To book a BRT demonstration, please schedule time here: https://calendly.com/lenyosys-us/brtdemo?month=2024-03
    To learn more about Pulse Electromagnetic Field Theory and magnetism studies, please visit: https://lenyosys.com/technology/research/
    To learn more about Bioregulation Therapy Technologies, please visit: https://bioreg.us

    • 44 min

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