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Episode 65 – Frank van Nie

5/9/2019
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Frank van Nie is the co-founder and secretary of the Voice for Mental Health Collective, which runs the annual March for Mental Health Toronto. He's also the president of the board of directors for Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto. We discuss his advocacy work and his own personal experience with mental illness. Learn more about the Voice for Mental Health Collective at www.v4mhc.com. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be...

Duration:00:58:05

Episode 64 – Tyson Williams

5/8/2019
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Tyson Williams has a special connection to Canadian sports broadcaster, mental health advocate and Sick Not Weak founder, Michael Landsberg. Tyson shares that story and discusses his personal experiences with mental illness. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:02:47

Episode 63 – Keith Anderson

5/7/2019
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Keith Anderson is the founder of international mental health awareness firm Worth Living. We chat about his experience with mental illness, his organization, and the conference he's hosting in Halifax, N.S. at the end of May. Learn more at www.worthliving.co. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:08:54

Episode 62 – Michelle Balge

5/7/2019
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Michelle Balge is a mental health public speaker, author and advocate. We discuss her lived experience with mental illness and her book, A Way Out: A Memoir of Conquering Depression and Social Anxiety. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:08:11

Episode 61 – Collette Smith

5/1/2019
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Collette Smith has a series of photos featured prominently in a mental health-related art exhibit in Calgary. She joined the podcast to discuss the background of that exhibit and her photos, as well as her own lived experience and struggle to find appropriate care. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:08:17

Episode 60 – Charlotte Underwood

4/24/2019
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Charlotte Underwood is a mental health advocate, author and blogger. She discusses her lived experience with mental illness and why she chose to start advocating. Learn more about Charlotte at www.charlotteunderwoodauthor.com. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:00:29:04

Episode 59 – *Another* big announcement from Luke

4/23/2019
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Luke has yet another big life announcement to take and this one has implications for the podcast. We also get an update on Luke's wife's pregnancy and how they're preparing for parenthood. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:00:42:15

Episode 58 – Anthony Caputo

4/17/2019
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Anthony Caputo is an actor and life coach with lived experience with anxiety, depression and an attempted suicide. Learn more about his work at www.anthonycaputo.co. Note: listener discretion is advised due to graphic content. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:08:42

Episode 57 – Round table on Parkland, politics, journalism and the Ontario budget

4/10/2019
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For something a little different, friend of the show Michele Sparling joined us for a round table discussion on several topics, including survivor guilt in light of a pair of recent suicides of school shooting survivors in Parkland, Fla., national and international politics, the state of journalism and expectations for mental health and addictions funding in the Ontario provincial budget to be released April 11. Michele is a mental health advocate heavily involved with several initiatives...

Duration:01:05:31

Episode 56 – Miriah Kearney

4/3/2019
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Miriah Kearney is the founder and president of My Home Apparel. On this episode, Miriah gives us the personal back story on why her company donates a portion of its profits to homelessness initiatives. Learn more about My Home Apparel at www.myhomeapparel.com. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:08:01

Episode 55 – Cheyenne LaForme

3/27/2019
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Cheyenne LaForme is a med student at Western University. She reached out to tell her story on the podcast after hearing an episode we had with a mutual friend. At the time, she wanted to praise her partner for helping her through difficult times, but in the time it took to arrange the interview (over several months), her story changed dramatically. We discuss her personally experience with mental illness as well as many things related to the health care space. In the interview, she...

Duration:00:58:13

Episode 54 – Lynn Keane

3/20/2019
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Lynn Keane is a mental health advocate, author and public speaker. We discuss how and why she became an outspoken advocate on mental health following the suicide of her son, Daniel. Find her TEDx talk on suicide prevention on YouTube and learn more about her and her book, Give Sorrow Words, at www.lynnkeane.ca. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:00:47:30

Episode 53 – Joe & Rebecca Lombardo

3/13/2019
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Joe and Rebecca Lombardo are husband and wife and the hosts of the mental health podcast, Voices for Change 2.0. Rebecca's also a blogger, book author and the mastermind behind the popular Twitter hashtag, #KeepTalkingMH. We talk about their personal backgrounds and how they came to be mental health advocates. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:05:26

Episode 52 – Daniel Carcillo

3/6/2019
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Daniel Carcillo is a former NHL player and two-time Stanley Cup champion turned advocate on traumatic brain injuries, mental health and hazing culture in hockey. Check out his foundation, Chapter 5, which helps athletes transition to post-athletic careers, at chapter5foundation.com. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:39:27

Episode 51 – Georgia Ede

2/27/2019
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Dr. Georgia Ede is a psychiatrist, science writer and speaker specializing in nutrition and mental health. Learn more at diagnosisdiet.com. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:39:24

Episode 50 – Heidi Allen

2/20/2019
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Heidi Allen is the founder of Positive People Army, which started as her personal blog and grew into an online community of thousands that focuses on peer support through the power of positivity. She's also the author of Stories: Finding Your Wings and a contributor to the mental health anthology Brainstorm Revolution. To learn more, visit positivepeoplearmy.com or check it out on Facebook. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be...

Duration:01:01:29

Episode 49 – Jody Johnson

2/13/2019
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Jody Johnson and her 17-year-old child share their experiences in the mental health care system in the Halton region in Ontario and the intersection of autism and mental health. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:00:58:49

Episode 48 – Myles Mattila

2/6/2019
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Myles Mattila is a mental health advocate and Junior B hockey player. He founded the website MindRight.info to help support junior hockey players in British Columbia with information about mental health programs and services. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:13:50

Episode 47 – Matt Heneghan

1/30/2019
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Matt Heneghan is a former army medic and civilian paramedic as well as a current podcaster and author. His podcast and blog, both titled A Medic's Mind, journal his experiences in his work and his battle with post-traumatic stress disorder, addiction and depression. He's also a contributor to the book Brainstorm Revolution, in bookstores now. Learn more about him at www.amedicsmind.com. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found...

Duration:01:11:39

Episode 46 – Heather Down & Courtney Taylor

1/23/2019
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Heather Down and Courtney Taylor are two-thirds of the brain trust behind Brainstorm Revolution: true mental health stories of love, personal evolution, and cultural revolution. They joined us to discuss how the book came to be, their favourite parts of it, their personal backgrounds and more. Intro music ("Late Night" by Ryan Andersen) and outro music ("Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes) can be found via www.freemusicarchive.org.

Duration:01:02:00