15 episodes

Named to TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2012, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen discusses mental health, emotional well-being and finding our healthy “inner space”. She talks with public figures in sports, entertainment, business, religion and politics to help us learn more about developing healthy habits, recognizing the signs of emotional pain in ourselves and our loved ones, and finding ways to care for those who are suffering.

Dr. Van Dahlen also encourages people around the world to talk more openly about mental health – so that we can better support each other through the challenges we all face. Utilizing social media as a tool to share real life stories from across the globe, Inner Space will engage, inspire and connect us to each other as we work to change the culture of mental health and reminds us that our emotional well-being is just as important as our physical well-being.

Inner Space with Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen DCP Entertainment

    • Mental Health
    • 4.8, 19 Ratings

Named to TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2012, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen discusses mental health, emotional well-being and finding our healthy “inner space”. She talks with public figures in sports, entertainment, business, religion and politics to help us learn more about developing healthy habits, recognizing the signs of emotional pain in ourselves and our loved ones, and finding ways to care for those who are suffering.

Dr. Van Dahlen also encourages people around the world to talk more openly about mental health – so that we can better support each other through the challenges we all face. Utilizing social media as a tool to share real life stories from across the globe, Inner Space will engage, inspire and connect us to each other as we work to change the culture of mental health and reminds us that our emotional well-being is just as important as our physical well-being.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Paulina Colon ,

The truths that have to be discussed

It feels refreshing to be able to presence a safe space surrounding the direction of mental health conversations. Great speakers selection!

TwinkleToes2doodles ,

Fairly interesting, geared for the most privileged

Wayne Brady posted that he was on this show on Instagram, so I listened. I’ve been feeling especially anxious and depressed lately and hoped to gain some wisdom from the show. Overall, it has some good tips about the importance of understanding yourself, reaching out to others, reflecting on what’s going well and what’s not, etc. For anyone who has had therapy, meditation and or coaching, it will be familiar to you.

What turned me off was how much the host interjected herself into the interviews with her guests (I only listened to the one episode, it might be different in others). The guests on the episode I listened to all live in privilege (even if they didn’t grow up in it, they’re very well off financially now). Some of what they talked about doing that helped them is unattainable to me financially and I’m a fairly high earner. So this isn’t for everyone. It feels like it’s best for wealthier suburbanites. It wasn’t awful, just wasn’t great.

Aaron Feldman ,

Important and Critical Message

Great first episode and hopeful it is followed by more important, meaningful conversations. End the stigma of mental health and creates connectivity among those that are passionate about making change.

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