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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. They're raw, intimate and authentic, unlike most things you see on social media.

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. They're raw, intimate and authentic, unlike most things you see on social media.
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United States

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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. They're raw, intimate and authentic, unlike most things you see on social media.

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English


Episodes

#38: Career Change

1/17/2019
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James co-hosts with head coach, Sophie Miller, as they talk to Farah Ramadan about her mental health story that centres around her current career change. With a past experience in career change as well as working with hundreds of people to help them with their mental health during career change, Sophie offers an interesting and practical insight into the almost universally relatable topic of career change.

Duration:01:07:44

#37: Getting business leaders to buy into mental health

1/10/2019
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James & George chat to Jess Hayes (Head of Talent, McCann), Harry Richardson (People Partner, Onfido) & Penny Roberts (Director of Operations, Onfido) about the importance of business leaders understanding mental health and how to get them to buy-into it.

Duration:00:43:42

#36: Finding the Calm in The Chaos

1/3/2019
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This week, James & George explore finding the 'calm in the chaos' after speaking to Nic Dunn, a paramedic, and Ed Watson, a teacher, about dealing with their stressful professions and staying aware of their mental health.

Duration:00:43:07

#33: Setting New Year's Resolutions

12/27/2018
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It's coming up to the New Year! James & George sit down and talk about their experiences setting new years resolutions and the good and bad effects it can have on your mental health as well as reflect on their 2018 to see how best they got use of their resolutions.

Duration:00:24:56

#32: Mental Health during the Holidays

12/20/2018
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After last weeks episode talking about grief with Lou, we realised that the holidays are a tough time for a lot of people's mental health for a whole number of reasons. Whether that's the family time, the rigid traditions, the weather, past experiences being brought back up or the pursuit of the 'perfect Christmas' - we thought we'd invite two expert coaches on to talk about their experiences with Christmas and what you can do to support yourself during the holidays.

Duration:00:31:20

#31: Why we need to change the perceptions of mental health (pt.2)

12/13/2018
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Following from our episode with Stas Lawicki talking about the perceptions of mental health needing to change in the workplace, James & George speak with Louise Kirby about how the perceptions around mental health affected her after a year of 'unwelcome tragedy'. Louise speaks candidly about her prolonged and unique experience with grief and the struggles of nobody quite knowing how to deal with that.

Duration:00:32:26

#30: Why we need to change the perceptions of mental health (pt.1)

12/6/2018
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We constantly preach how “we need to change the perceptions of mental health” but that doesn't exactly make us unique. So we thought it would be good to sit down and talk about why we need to change the perceptions of mental health and give you some relatable examples, both in the workplace and in everyday life. This episode, we welcome the amazing Stas Lawicki to share his story and highlight why the perceptions around mental health need to change - in the workplace and outside of it - as...

Duration:00:38:00

#29: Phil Coaches James

11/29/2018
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After a conversation between James & George, James is convinced to be coached on the podcast to go through the problems he's been having with his mental health as of late.

Duration:00:39:15

#28: Shayan Qadir - The mental health of a mental health professional

11/22/2018
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James and George talk to one of the countries most experienced mental health practitioners, Shayan Qadir, about dealing with depression and his own mental health whilst also working with a huge amount of individuals on their own mental health.

Duration:00:34:42

#27: Hannah Keal - Where to start with mental health in the workplace

11/15/2018
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This week, the guys are joined by one of the winners of Mind's Workplace Wellbeing award - Hannah Keal - who talks about getting started with improving mental health culture in the workplace.

Duration:00:34:55

#26: James & George - How We're Going and How We're Growing

11/8/2018
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We're back! After a podcast hiatus, Sanctus founders' James & George talk about how their mental health brand Sanctus is growing and how it's going. All the way from how building Sanctus is affecting their own mental health through to coping with work and life balance.

Duration:00:35:57

#25: Nathaniel Cole - Celebrate Difference

9/21/2018
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This week, we spoke to Nathaniel Cole: founder of SWIMDEMCREW (an inner city swim club who focus on the power of community) and blog writer who talks about masculinity, mental health and his series #Blacxellence. James and Nathaniel discuss topics from masculinity to mental health and diversity in the workplace. Check it out! Music Credit: Great Days by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/5lhZRunuJTs

Duration:00:50:35

#24: Sadia Azmat - Being a Young British Asian Woman in Comedy

9/14/2018
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This week, James speaks to the amazing stand-up comedian Sadia Azmat about all things mental health. Sadia reflects on her experiences and opinions of mental health in the British asian community. All whilst pursuing a career in comedy. Sadia performed her debut comedy show seven years ago at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has gone onto hosting her own BBC podcast ‘No Country for Young Women’ - a much-loved podcast voicing the daily ins and outs of being a young woman of colour in the...

Duration:00:54:07

#23: Vix Anderton - Mental Health in the Military

8/31/2018
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With almost fifteen years in the military, Vix Anderton joins us to talk about the life-changing events she has experienced through her life. From how mental health was approached in the military to finding her purpose after leaving the RAF. This is one of our most unique insights into mental health in an often overlooked field. Great Days by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/5lhZRunuJTs...

Duration:00:51:50

#22: Dominic McGregor - Sobriety & Mental Health

8/24/2018
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We spoke to the co-founder of Social Chain, Dom McGregor, about his journey to sobriety and a new-found perspective on mental health today. An inspirational journey and relatable to anyone who’s used alcohol as an outlet. Great Days by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/5lhZRunuJTs

Duration:00:48:19

#21: Sanctus Expert Reflections - Working on yourself whilst being responsible for others

8/17/2018
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Ben, Vic & James return to discuss the themes explored in Episode #20 when talking to founder and CEO of Jungle Creations - Jamie Bolding. The gang explore the conversation itself as well as going into depth about purpose and responsibility. Music: Great Days by Joakim Karud @joakimkarud Music promoted by Audio Library youtu.be/5lhZRunuJTs

Duration:00:56:00

#20: Jamie Bolding - Working on yourself whilst being responsible for others

8/10/2018
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James speaks to CEO of Jungle Creations, Jamie Bolding, about his own experiences with mental health and how it is now being responsible for 130 employees. Jamie, now on the Forbes 30 under 30 list, runs a business of over 100 people that generates billions of views monthly. The company owns such brands as 'Viral Thread' and the popular 'Twisted Food. It was great to explore how mental health has played into the journey of a person building a business so quickly and becoming responsible for...

Duration:00:45:31

#19: Sanctus Expert Reflections - Love Island & Mental Health

7/27/2018
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We invited in Lauren May and Laura Golding from the podcast 'Loves a Beach: The Psychology of Love Island' to discuss the issues brought up around the Love Island roundtable in more detail. Hosted by Vic discussing with counsellor Laura and psychologist Lauren - this truly is the most detailed and deep discussion about the inner and outer impacts Love Island has on a persons mental health. Check it out below!...

Duration:01:01:16

#18: Sanctus Roundtable Discussions - Love Island & Mental Health

7/20/2018
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Love it or hate it, it is one of the most discussed programmes in Britain. Breaking viewing records each series, Love Island is a reality show heavily focused on relationships. So with a show shrouded in controversy covering everything from body image to diversity, how could we not hold a roundtable discussing its impact on both our and the contestants mental health? It was a really great and valuable discussion in finding out that Love Island has a lot of positives it can provide for our...

Duration:01:01:04

#17: Sanctus Expert Reflections - Masculinity & Mental Health

7/13/2018
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After the podcast around masculinity on our roundtable on masculinity, we invited two incredibly knowledgeable and exciting guests onto the podcast to explore the issue in more detail. Vic opens up the conversation around masculinity and mental health with: Sharif H Joynson - an embodiment coach specialising in working with men and regularly facing masculinity as an issue in his clients. Mel Cox - a psychotherapist and TRE Practitioner who works with many male clients on the issue of...

Duration:01:01:46