Discussing all things Mental Health, with interviews from professionals within the sector discussing their jobs, complexities and background and why they wanted to specialise in Mental Health.
The podcast will also discuss the stigma of Mental Health around the world, and what’s being done to challenge it.
Overcoming stigma of Bipolar disorder - with Islin Munisteri
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Islin Munisteri, as they discuss overcoming the stigma of Bipolar disorder, how mental health is perceived within the USA, Islin’s personal journey and who she would would love to play her in a film !
When Fiction Meets Truth - Owning Your Story - with Wendy Lynn Decker
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with fellow co-host, Wendy Lynn Decker, as they discuss her childhood, published book, mental health within her state and how we can tackle the stigma to normalise the conversation. You’ll also learn who she would love to play her in her own movie.
Mental health in Ghana and decriminalising attempted suicide - with David Naboare
In today’s episode, Habiba Samir sits down with David Naboare, as they discuss mental health within Ghana and decriminalising attempted suicide.
It’s a must listen, and very insightful from the newly qualified Dr !
Saving our rights to change our mind - with Roger Chakhtoura
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Roger Chakhtoura as they discuss mental health within Lebanon and the world of mental health & how the stigma can be reduced to normalise the conversation.
Importance of volunteering on a persons mental health - with Pam Sarulchana and Maryem Bamou
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Pam & Maryem as they discuss the importance of volunteering on a person’s mental health. You’ll also learn who they would like to play them in a movie.
Body Positivity, Mental health and being a plus size woman in India - with Arminder Kaur
This episode highlights the significance of body positivity in the burgeoning era of social media and its widespread impact on mental health. Priyanka and Arminder also cover various aspects of toxic body positivity and unrealistic beauty standards propelled by capitalism and consumerism.
They speak about identifying, assessing and countering cyberhate and sexual objectification towards women and effective intervention methods.
They also emphasize upcoming developments in the retail and fashion industry for promoting inclusivity and embracing industry created ‘imperfections’.