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A Podcast about all things mental health and Jesus.
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Speak Out Podcast Lauren Wilson

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A Podcast about all things mental health and Jesus.
Learn more at speakoutpdx.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakoutpdx/support

    012 A Conversation about Depression & Jesus: with Jarin Oda

    012 A Conversation about Depression & Jesus: with Jarin Oda

    In this episode Jarin Oda shares his story with depression. Jarin grew up in Hawaii and experienced depression at the young age of 6. Jarin shares what it was like to navigate depression and life with Jesus. Jarin is the Youth Pastor at Bridgetown Church and is an intricate part of the team influencing the way the church approaches mental illness.



    Tune in to hear his view on mental health and Jesus in this current moment. 



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    • 42 min
    011 A Conversation About Suicidal Ideation Part 2: with Postdoctoral Fellow Jennifer Shaheed, PsyD

    011 A Conversation About Suicidal Ideation Part 2: with Postdoctoral Fellow Jennifer Shaheed, PsyD

    In this weeks episode Lauren Wilson and Postdoctoral fellow Jennifer Shaheed have a conversation about suicidal ideation and how to support loved ones struggling. 

    If you or someone you know needs additional crisis and support resources, please see the resources below.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.

    1-800-273-8255

    Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor

    Multnomah County Crisis

    503-988-4888 Toll-free: 800-716-9769 Hearing-impaired dial: 711

    Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center

    If you or somebody you know is having trouble functioning, we are here to listen. Seek help by calling the Mental Health Call Center at 503-988-4888. Our team of mental health professionals is prepared to help anyone experiencing mental health issues at any time, in any language.


    Free, 24/7 mental health support

    Interpretation services for non-English speakers

    Referral to low-cost or sliding-scale agencies

    Help finding mental health providers

    Information about non-crisis community resources


    Urgent Walk-In Clinic

    Need to meet face to face? Stop by our Urgent Walk-In Clinic.

    The clinic can help anyone experiencing a mental health crisis at no cost.


    Receive immediate care during a mental health crisis

    Speak to a psychiatrist or a mental health nurse practitioner

    Get help with medication and treatment


    Location: 4212 SE Division St, Portland

    Other area mental health crisis lines

    Clackamas County503-655-8585

    Washington County503-291-9111

    Clark County360-696-9560 1-800-686-8137

    YouthLine -- Text teen2teen to 839863, or call 1-877-968-8491

    Hotlines for the LGBTQIA+ community

    Kids and teens The Trevor Project -- 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678678

    Trans Lifeline -- 1-877-565-8860

    Support line for LGBTQIA+ that are non-crisis

    ·  LGBT National Hotline -- 1-888-843-4564

    ·  LGBT National Youth Talkline -- 1-800-246-7743

    ·  LGBT Senior Hotline -- 1-888-234-7243

    Substance abuse hotline: SAMHSA National Helpline – 1-800-662-4357

    Domestic violence

    National Domestic Violence Hotline -- 1-800-799-7233

    National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline -- 1-855-812-1001

    Assault hotline RAINN -- 1-800-656-4673


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    • 23 min
    010 A Conversation About Suicidal Ideation Part 1: with Postdoctoral Fellow Jennifer Shaheed, PsyD

    010 A Conversation About Suicidal Ideation Part 1: with Postdoctoral Fellow Jennifer Shaheed, PsyD

    In this weeks episode Lauren Wilson and Postdoctoral fellow Jennifer Shaheed have a conversation about suicidal ideation and how to support loved ones struggling. 

    If you or someone you know needs additional crisis and support resources, please see the resources below. 

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.

    1-800-273-8255

    Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor

    Multnomah County Crisis

    503-988-4888 Toll-free: 800-716-9769 Hearing-impaired dial: 711

    Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center
    If you or somebody you know is having trouble functioning, we are here to listen. Seek help by calling the Mental Health Call Center at 503-988-4888. Our team of mental health professionals is prepared to help anyone experiencing mental health issues at any time, in any language.


    Free, 24/7 mental health support
    Interpretation services for non-English speakers
    Referral to low-cost or sliding-scale agencies
    Help finding mental health providers
    Information about non-crisis community resources

    Urgent Walk-In Clinic
    Need to meet face to face? Stop by our Urgent Walk-In Clinic.

    The clinic can help anyone experiencing a mental health crisis at no cost.


    Receive immediate care during a mental health crisis
    Speak to a psychiatrist or a mental health nurse practitioner
    Get help with medication and treatment

    Location: 4212 SE Division St, Portland

    Other area mental health crisis lines
    Clackamas County
    503-655-8585

    Washington County
    503-291-9111

    Clark County
    360-696-9560
    1-800-686-8137

    YouthLine -- Text teen2teen to 839863, or call 1-877-968-8491
    Hotlines for the LGBTQIA+ community
    Kids and teens The Trevor Project -- 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678678

    Trans Lifeline -- 1-877-565-8860

    Support line for LGBTQIA+ that are non-crisis

    ·  LGBT National Hotline -- 1-888-843-4564

    ·  LGBT National Youth Talkline -- 1-800-246-7743

    ·  LGBT Senior Hotline -- 1-888-234-7243

    Substance abuse hotline: SAMHSA National Helpline – 1-800-662-4357

    Domestic violence

    National Domestic Violence Hotline -- 1-800-799-7233

    National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline -- 1-855-812-1001

    Assault hotline RAINN -- 1-800-656-4673


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    • 19 min
    009 Self-Care & Cabin Getaways

    009 Self-Care & Cabin Getaways

    In this weeks episode, Lauren Wilson shares some thoughts on self-care and how it could be included into your rhythms and routines. 

    For additional information about Speak Out PDX please visit speakoutpdx.com

    If you’d like to donate to Speak Out PDX and help to continue to fight against mental illness in the church please visit speakoutpdx.com/donations

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    • 14 min
    008: Supporting a Loved One & Being Safe

    008: Supporting a Loved One & Being Safe

    In this episode, Lauren Wilson shares what it means to hold space for someone & become safe. If you are currently supporting someone with a mental illness, we hope you feel encouraged and better equipped to support your loved one through this episode. 



    For additional information about Speak Out PDX please visit speakoutpdx.com

    If you’d like to donate to Speak Out PDX and help to continue to fight against mental illness in the church please visit speakoutpdx.com/donations

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    • 22 min
    007 When Dark Emotions Hit: Learning the Importance of Vulnerability & Community

    007 When Dark Emotions Hit: Learning the Importance of Vulnerability & Community

    In this episode Lauren shares a recent experience where grief and depression became overwhelming. 

    She shares the importance of continued self care, vulnerability and finding community that holds space. 



    For additional information about Speak Out PDX please visit speakoutpdx.com

    If you’d like to donate to Speak Out PDX and help to continue to fight against mental illness in the church please visit speakoutpdx.com/donations


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    • 15 min

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I love what this podcast has to offer! I have a close family member who has mental illness. This podcast has helped me to understand the impact mental illness can have on those around us, including those we love. So far, they have included informative speakers and coping tools that can help anyone, whether they have a mental illness or not. It’s a great resource!

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