We're changing the perception of mental health, one story at a time.
The Sanctus podcast on mental health, shares people's mental health stories and discussing essential mental health topics.
Dealing with extreme life events
In an incredible and eye opening conversation for our penultimate episode of the year, James and Ben chat with Ross Taylor about dealing with a traumatic ski trip from his past.
Mental health, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll (minus the rock ‘n’ roll)
One third of people in the UK have done drugs in their lifetime... but why?
You’ve heard of this little thing called ‘Climate Change’, right?
We’ve been hearing about climate change for decades but recently it’s come to our attention that it’s affecting us in more ways than just the environmental impact. So, we thought we’d take a slightly different angle and focus on how it’s affecting us and not the planet.
The Kids Who Lost Their Confidence
Mark Bisson, Sanctus Coach and author of the children's book 'George: The Cat Who Lost His Confidence', talks about the story behind his book that led to a realisation that the latest generation, Generation Alpha, is potentially heading for a future of disconnection, anxiety and depression as well as his personal experience being a parent and grandfather.
Feeling Anxiety In Your Body
Our body can’t tell the difference between a sabre tooth tiger and an oncoming deadline, so how else can we learn from it to tell us about the anxiety we’re feeling and what it means?
Procrastination & Avoidance
What’s the bigger picture behind procrastination and how it’s impacting your mental health?
James chats with creatives Scott & Valentina about their experiences around avoiding the bigger picture.
L O V E this podcast!
I can relate to, and greatly appreciate this podcast and the discussion about mental health. This is such an important topic and I love the approach to discussing mental health in this Sanctus podcast. Keep it coming! These stories are so relatable and important to keep sharing. Thank you Sanctus for the work you are doing to normalize and remove the stigma around mental health.