The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us face to face with some big questions... questions about life, about death, and about how living through this type of crisis impacts our mental health.
How is the pandemic changing the way we view the world? How is this crisis inflicting new trauma and exacerbating old wounds? And in the midst of all this, how can we begin to heal?
Join host David Condos as he explores the answers to these questions with some of the world's leading mental health experts in this new podcast brought to you by Meadows Behavioral Healthcare.
On this season of In Practice, guests will include Dr. Peter Levine, Neil Greenberg of Kings College London, Dr. Karestan Keonen of Harvard University's T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Dr. Desireè Kelly of Mental Health America, Dr. Tian Dayton, Dr. Jud Brewer of Brown University's Mindfulness Center, Yolo Akili Robinson of BEAM (Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective), Dr. Farha Abbasi of Michigan State University, Jane Middleton Moz of the University of Toronto, Dr. Kevin McCauley, Dr. Steven Berkowitz of the University of Colorado, Dr. Romie Mushtaq, Dr. Francis McGlone of Liverpool John Moores University, Dr. Claudia Black, Johnny Crowder of Cope Notes, Dr. Jon Caldwell, Dr. Rania Awaad of Stanford University, Dr. Whitney Howzell, and more.
Original music for In Practice composed by Adam Bokesch (https://open.spotify.com/artist/2p01X9u8SiKbMseuTkgdoI?si=kiH6echoQQiFxUm0Raritw).
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