A blend of TED Talks & penetrating news reporting, MindSet not only brings together the latest research combined with personal stories about how our minds respond to all manner of stressors but provides practical, real-life coping strategies directly from leading experts.
MindSet Has Moved To A New Time
Is It Dangerous To Talk About Suicide?
2015:35 Host James Curtis discusses IS IT DANGEROUS TO TALK ABOUT SUICIDE? With GUEST Richard Ramsey, President of LivingWorks, livingworks.net; Reporter Kimberly Leonard, US News & World Report, usnews.com, discusses her articles, "Americans Still Struggle with Work-Life Balance" & "Americans Don't Understand Risk Factors for Suicide".
Friends to Intimate Relationships-Making It Work!
Ep.2015:34 Host James Curtis discusses FRIENDS TO INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS-HOW TO MAKE IT WORK! With GUEST Dr. Melissa Tate, PhD, previews her upcoming book “Blind Passenger”, drmetate.com.
How to Help Kids Learn-Even Math!
Ep.2015:33 Host James Curtis discusses HOW TO HELP KIDS LEARN-EVEN MATH! with GUESTS: Dr. Michelle Saenz, PhD Psychologist, Learning Specialist, Educational Therapist, flexiblemindsnyc.com; Sam PK Collins, Health Care Reporter, ThinkProgress.Org on "How Reading To Children Can Transform Their Brains"
College Students & Mental Health
Ep.2015:32 Host James Curtis discusses COLLEGE STUDENTS & MENTAL HEALTH with GUESTS: Kathleen & Mark Walker, Parents of Lee Walker, who worked to get new law made in their home state of Texas that requires mental health resources to be provided to incoming students in a "meaningful" way; Dr. Doreen Marshall, AFSP, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Men & Mental Health (mantherapy.org)
Ep.2015:31 (reformatted encore episode 13 PLUS a new news feature with Reporter Kimberly Leonard, US News & World Report on her Aug. 12 article WOULD MENTAL HEALTH LAWS THREATEN PRIVACY & PATIENTS' RIGHTS) Host James Curtis discusses Men & Mental Health featuring Denver, Colorado's mantherapy.org. GUESTS: Joe Conrad, CEO & Founder of the ad agency CACTUS (creators of mantherapy.org); Sally Spencer-Thomas, PsyD, CEO & Founder of the CARSON J. SPENCER Foundation; Jarrod Hindman, Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention.
Content interesting but there are issues
I can’t even finish an episode. The content and the caliber of guests was great. However, every 2 minutes the announcer was saying his name, the broadcast channel, the guests’ name and title and restate the question. I listened to about 15 minutes until I got frustrated and turned it off. I wish the announcer didn’t do that because I was enjoying what was being discussed.