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.
Psychiatry within the UK - with Dr Himanshu Shekhar
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Himanshu, as they discuss his role as a psychiatrist, why he became one, the complexities of the job and the success stories.
You’ll also learn what Himanshu’s dream job is.
All things Psychiatry - with Dr Sasha Hvidsten
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Dr Sasha, as they discuss her role as a child and adolescent psychiatrist and the complexities of the role.
You’ll also learn what Sasha’s dream job is.
USA and UK Mental Health systems - with Samantha Tavender
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Samantha Tavender, as they discuss the US insurance system and the difference between the UK & USA mental health systems.
You’ll also learn what Samantha’s dream job is.
Smashing the stigma through Art - with Jennifer Mazur
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Jennifer Mazur, as they discuss the reasons she is passionate about mental health, discuss her lived experiences, difficulties getting into the mental health in Sweden, how mental health perceived in Sweden and what we can do to tackle the stigma and normalise the conversation.
You’ll also learn who Jennifer would like to play her in her own movie.
Canada & English Mental Health Systems
In today’s episode, Steve Lawlor sits down with Kayce Gregory, who has worked both within Canadian and English mental health systems.
You’ll also learn what Kayce’s dream job would be.
It is an eye opening episode.
Reflections from Hong Kong - with Zoe Fortune
In today’s episode Steve Lawlor sits down with Zoë Fortune, who is passionate about creating change in mental health. She is the founding CEO of the City Mental Health Alliance in Hong Kong. Established in 2017, the CMHA HK works with large corporations to raise awareness on mental health and create mentally healthy workplaces. They discuss the work that is done by CMHA, mental health within the corporate workplace & how we can improve the awareness around this.
They also discuss the importance of communication in reducing the stigma and her future vision of how mental health is perceived globally.
You’ll also learn what Zoë’s dream job would be too !