3 episodes

The Steve Fund's SpeakOnIt Podcast brings students and professionals together to discuss topics related to mental health and the challenges that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color may face during their academic and professional careers. Season 2 entitled: Secrets of Well-being, and will focus on mental well-being as being valuable in its own right, and not just as an asset to advance one's education or career. Drawing inspiration from the Six Dimensions of Wellness instated by the National Wellness Institute (NWI), the podcast will explore Occupational, Emotional, Physical, Social, Intellectual, and Spiritual Health.

SpeakOnIt Season 2 The Steve Fund

    • Health & Fitness

The Steve Fund's SpeakOnIt Podcast brings students and professionals together to discuss topics related to mental health and the challenges that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color may face during their academic and professional careers. Season 2 entitled: Secrets of Well-being, and will focus on mental well-being as being valuable in its own right, and not just as an asset to advance one's education or career. Drawing inspiration from the Six Dimensions of Wellness instated by the National Wellness Institute (NWI), the podcast will explore Occupational, Emotional, Physical, Social, Intellectual, and Spiritual Health.

    Episode 3: Physical Well-being

    Episode 3: Physical Well-being

    From governmental health recommendations to corporate ad campaigns, from magazines to television, we are flooded with information on being physically well. However, it can sometimes seem as if the clues are pointing in different directions. How do we know which path to follow? How do we find a fitness plan, a nutritional lifestyle, and a sleep schedule that works for us? Join Dannie, Jay, and Kaelyn as they discuss these questions and more with co-hosts Fatema Saifuddin and Dr. Michelle Maidenberg, author of Free Your Child From Overeating: 53 Mind-Body Strategies For Lifelong Health.

    • 53 min
    Emotional Well-being

    Emotional Well-being

    Many of us may suppress, hide, or misunderstand our own emotions because they're inconvenient or unpleasant, or because we don't know how to deal with them. Maybe we're afraid that if we start unpacking, we'll never stop. Emotions are valid signals from our bodies. They're part of being human and how we empathize and connect with others. In this episode Dannie, Jay, and Kaelyn are joined by co-host Gisela Ortega to discuss how emotions play a role in our lives and how BIPOC youth can use their emotions to create positive change in their lives.

    • 36 min
    Occupational Well-being

    Occupational Well-being

    How do you know you're doing what you're meant to do? What do you do when you wake up in the morning and realize that you want to do something else? How do you maintain a healthy relationship between work and personal life? Individuals of color from all walks of life, from studying to interning to working, may ask themselves these questions. In this episode, co-hosts Jay, Kaelyn, and Dannie are joined by Francesca Miller and Carol Jacob to reflect on the matter of choice and feeling effective at work while maintaining one's mental health.

    • 53 min

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