Our podcast provides a platform for students, professionals, and community members to share their stories, experiences, and perspectives. From mental health journeys to COVID-19 struggles, we aim to share a human voice to these complex issues and provide a place of comfort for others in a similar situation.
DISCLAIMER: We greatly appreciate the courage each student shows while telling their stories. However, their views are their own and do not represent those of UHA Columbus
70 Days and Counting
In this episode, we have a conversation with a Patient Care Technician who has been sick for the past 70 days. Unable to work, she talks about the current COVID-19 pandemic from a healthcare perspective and how this situation has negatively affected her mental health.
Education Doesn't Happen in a Vacuum
Has everyone been able to adapt to online learning so easily? In this episode, we have a conversation with a student teacher about how different school districts have responded to long-distance learning and what effects these changes have on students down the road.
The Best Four Years of Your Life
College is supposed to be the best four years of your life. But this isn't the case for many people suffering with mental health. In this student's journey, she describes how this idea negatively affects the mental health conversation on college campuses.
A Social Butterfly
In this episode, this student talks about how she lost memories during her journey with mental health. She also talks about the comfort she received opening up to her high school teachers and what it was like when she studied abroad in a new environment, culture, and without the support system she was used to.
It Can Happen to Anyone
It can be scary feeling that something is wrong... but not knowing exactly what. In this episode, a student recounts how it felt to finally be diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder, the effects of therapy, and opening up to the world.
In this episode, this student recounts a history of anxiety and how it influences his thoughts and actions in different settings. He discusses his experience with different prescriptions and how he found comfort in community and religion.
Great Insight into the mind of OSU students
This podcast does an amazing job at fostering a great discussion about mental health and issues students at Ohio State face.