91 episodes

I'm a psychiatry resident physician who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way.

Talk Mental Health With Dr. Logan Noone, DO Logan Noone

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 34 Ratings

I'm a psychiatry resident physician who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way.

    89 - Jonathan Press - Bipolar Disorder, Religion & Psychiatry, Gay Conversion Therapy, Ketamine, Marijuana

    89 - Jonathan Press - Bipolar Disorder, Religion & Psychiatry, Gay Conversion Therapy, Ketamine, Marijuana

    I've known Jon Press for over 8 years through our advocacy efforts at Bipolar Magazine and other blogging. Jon comes on to discuss his life with bipolar disorder, and how his journey intertwines with transitioning to a gay man later in his life. Jon shares his experience with psychiatrists and also newer, sometimes unconventional approaches to mental illness, including ketamine and marijuana.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    88 - Physical Therapy's Mental Health Challenges w/ Michael Jeanfarve, PT

    88 - Physical Therapy's Mental Health Challenges w/ Michael Jeanfarve, PT

    I want to be able to prescribe some kind of physical therapy for emotional pain. Michael Jeanfarve, physical therapist faculty at Stanford Health Care Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency Program, discusses the mental aspects of his patient care. We discuss his teachings to his patients with chronic pain. We discuss themes we've seen in patients with comorbid physical and emotional illnesses. He also talks about how he often has to educate patients about motivation to continue completing physical therapy exercises.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    87 - Dr. "I'm Going Back to Therapy"

    87 - Dr. "I'm Going Back to Therapy"

    Starting residency is hard. I'm still not even used to introducing myself as "Dr. Logan Noone." I talk with my great friend, Mark Donne, about how I started going back to therapy when I started residency. This transition from medical student to intern physician has been wild, challenging, exciting and stressful. I talk about what it's been like to have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder for ten years. I talk about the different approaches for finding a therapist with cost savings in mind. We talk about the unique aspects of being a resident, like 24 hour call shifts.

    • 34 min
    86 - Failing COMLEX Level 1, and still matching into top ranked Psychiatry Program

    86 - Failing COMLEX Level 1, and still matching into top ranked Psychiatry Program

    My great friend and psychiatry resident, Richard Arroyo, discusses his experience failing COMLEX Level 1 after his 2nd year of medical school. This exam is thought to be "the most important test you take in medical school." Richard shares his self-doubts, shame and depression he felt going through this experience. He talks about how his medical school intended to help him, but ended up acting more like a barrier at times. Richard found a way to pass COMLEX Level 1 on his second try. Next, he was able to successfully match to his top ranked psychiatry residency program.

    • 31 min
    85 - Dr. Tom Eglin, Emergency Room Physician

    85 - Dr. Tom Eglin, Emergency Room Physician

    Dr. Tom Eglin is an Emergency Room physician, participates in wilderness search and rescue, and serves as a regional assistant deal at PNWU. He shares path towards the ER, starting in internal medicine. He discusses managing stress and burnout in medicine. We talk about the unique emotional challenges of the emergency room. We discuss coronavirus and changes in mask policies.

    • 39 min
    84 - Dr. Katheryn Lauer, MD/MPH, Hospice & Palliative Care Medicine

    84 - Dr. Katheryn Lauer, MD/MPH, Hospice & Palliative Care Medicine

    Dr. Katheryn Lauer was my preceptor of my hospice rotation during my fourth year of medical school. We discuss why hospice should be a required course for medical students. Dr. Lauer explains misconceptions around hospice and palliative care, and how we could improve the system as a whole. We chat about physician assisted death, or death with dignity legislation.

    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

apf030 ,

So good

Logan is doing so much for mental health advocacy in so many ways. He’s a great guy. So intelligent, insightful, and honest in a way that is really refreshing.

j3ntheresearcher ,

Love This Podcast!!

I think Logan does an amazing job interviewing a variety of guests from all different backgrounds, while sprinkling in his medical knowledge and experience with his own mental health. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to learn more about mental illness!

Julia Lives Bipolar ,

Love It

As someone who also had a “textbook” bipolar episode like Logan did, I think his perspective is refreshing and honest. His guests are interesting and shed light on an array of important and totally relatable mental health topics. If you are looking to trudge through some difficult subjects but end up feeling uplifted, this is the podcast for you.

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