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A "real talk" podcast about overcoming mental health, addiction, substance abuse challenges.

The Real Common Treatable Podcast Clint Mally

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

A "real talk" podcast about overcoming mental health, addiction, substance abuse challenges.

    Cultivating Emotional Hygiene For Teens with Aaron Weiner Phd

    Cultivating Emotional Hygiene For Teens with Aaron Weiner Phd

    In this episode you'll practical ways you help teens and their parents develop emotional hygiene to increase resiliency and positive mental health outcomes.

    Learn more about Aaron Weiner PhD👇
    https://www.weinerphd.com/

    • 24 min
    Self Care for the Clinician with Adam Klein

    Self Care for the Clinician with Adam Klein

    In this conversation we discuss:
    How does a clinician practice self-care?What are the biggest challenges that get in the way do doing stuff we know we should be doing?The pitfalls of power dynamicsLearn more about Adam Klein 👇
    https://gt.school/

    • 32 min
    Understanding ADHD Treatment with Lauren Miller LPC

    Understanding ADHD Treatment with Lauren Miller LPC

    In this episode, we are talking about all ADHD from a clinician who understands it from both sides of the table, Lauren Miller

    We'll talk about:
    The not-so-obvious signs a teen is struggling with ADHD
    How to help parents navigate their kid's ADHD
    What treatment modalities help most?

    Links talked about in the show👇

    Linden Oaks general info: https://www.eehealth.org/services/behavioral-health/
    Private practice: www.dupagecounseling.com
    50 ways to take a break: 50 Ways to Take a Break, and the Essential First Step of Remembering | HuffPost Life
    ADHD education and resources:
    Ned Talks - Dr. Hallowell (drhallowell.com)
    https://www.additudemag.com/
    https://www.beyondbooksmart.com/
    Meditation apps:
    https://www.headspace.com/

    • 26 min
    When The Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection By Gabor Maté [Full Book Summary]

    When The Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection By Gabor Maté [Full Book Summary]

    In this episode, you'll learn about how it can be an underlying cause behind many of the physical diseases and illnesses that are present today.

    Learn more about Gabor Maté and When The Body Says No

    Learn more about Sandstone Care

    • 19 min
    Avoiding Burnout When Working With Teens Featuring Amanda Porter LPC, LAC

    Avoiding Burnout When Working With Teens Featuring Amanda Porter LPC, LAC

    In this episode, you'll hear from Amanda Porter the program director at Sandstone Care's teen residential treatment center in Cascade, Colorado. 

    She discusses:
    How to avoid burnout when working with teens and their familiesThe treatment steps for teens in a residential settingHow to ensure the family dynamic is set up for success after leaving treatmentAmanda Porter is the Program Director at Sandstone Care’s Adolescent Residential Program at Cascade Canyon. She has over 8 years of clinical mental health and residential substance abuse experience. 

    Amanda completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and specialized in Counseling Psychology for her graduate degree at Abilene Christian University soon thereafter.

     She has worked with many diverse populations, in inpatient settings, gaining a wealth of knowledge as she travels around the US with her husband, an Air Force Officer. Amanda understands that clients want to be treated with respect, to be understood, and helped to resolve problems. 

    Amanda seeks to assist clients in changing patterns of behavior which distress, disturb, or affect their lives in undesirable ways while keeping these traits in mind. She does this by working with the client to increase the healthy choices available to them and enhancing their ability to act on those choices. In her free time, she enjoys mountain biking, hikes with her two herding dogs, and a good Netflix binge.

    • 27 min
    How To Help Teens Manage School Anxiety With Donna Bartlett

    How To Help Teens Manage School Anxiety With Donna Bartlett

    School anxiety affects tons of students. 
    It can cause a decrease in grades and increases in isolation. 
    This can also be a huge point of contention between teens and their parents. 

    Today Donna Bartlett drops some knowledge on how you can support an adolescent and their family when the student struggles with school anxiety

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

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8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Marina Vidrine ,

Engaging and informative!

I love the Real Common Treatable podcast! The quality and variety of topics and guests are so amazing. The host, Clint, really makes the information acessible as well as engaging. HIGHLY reccomend a listen!

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