The Crazed podcast shines a light on innovations in mental health and the influencers, disruptors and leaders behind those ideas. Each month we’ll discuss promising new approaches and moving success stories to entertain you and inspire a new way of thinking about mental health issues, and the people that live with them. Stigma around mental health issues has prevented millions of people from accessing care for too long. Join us as we examine issues through a lens of hope and innovation. Find us at crazedpodcast.com and @crazedpodcast on twitter and instagram!
044: Sources of Strength – Scott LoMurray
Debbie and Matt speak with Scott LoMurray, executive director of Sources of Strength, an organization dedicated to changing the conversation about mental health among students.
043: Patrick Bordnick
With 20 years of experience in the use of Virtual Reality for the treatment of addiction, Patrick Bordnick has a wealth of knowledge to share with Matt, Debbie and Sarah.
042: Becoming a Leader from Lived Experience: Solome Tibebu
Matt and Debbie speak with Solome Tibebu, a mental health advocate, digital health investor and behavioral health technology strategist. As a self-described Former Anxious Teen, she has built both non-profit and for-profit startup organizations aimed at changing the dynamics of delivery of mental health care. Learn more about the Upswing Fund – https://wp.me/aaEfN9-ou Overview for...
041: Battling Burnout with Brain Sensing Headphones – Vital Neuro
Matt and Debbie chat with Alex Doman, author, entrepreneur and founder of Vital Neuro This episode is packed and includes: Alex’s family background in brain wellness and helping people realize their full potential Alex’s research in therapeutic music and the profound influence it had The evolving mission of Vital Neuro to help people reach their...
040: Proven Results of Ketamine-Assisted Therapy – Dr. Jennifer Dore
In this episode, Matt and Sarah chat with Dr. Jennifer Dore, a board certificated psychiatrist specializing in psychodynamic psychotherapy and psychopharmacology Some of the topics discussed on the podcast include: Her journey from being a general surgeon to psychiatry Starting a private practice at the end of her physiatry residency to allow for more creativity...
039: A Waiting Room that Doesn’t Suck – Paul Gilmartin
Matt and Debbie interview Paul Gilmartin, comedian and host of The Mental Illness Happy Hour podcast. This is our longest episode to date, some of the topics discussed include: Paul’s experience hosting Dinner and a Movie + his struggles with addiction Paul’s focus on being successful and never feeling like he succeeded The impact of...
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Every word resonated with me. Second year psych resident who believes VR will change the world. Seemed to receive the same push back about emerging tech for therapeutic intervention. Hopefully I’ll link up with Drs Shah and Demko along the path towards this brighter mental health future.
Mental health as a whole
This podcast touches every aspect of the broad range of Mental Health and it’s system. From prisons, addiction, technology, experts in the field and young adult to elderly issues. The host and every guest are so full of knowledge, it is always engaging.
Mental Health x Technology
Great cast for keeping current on the intersection of tech and mental health care. Energetic yet thoughtful conversations, well worth the listen.