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Beyond Well · Mar. 22, 2020

How Do We Share the Burden of This Virus?

FEATURING: C. Lamar Frizzell
TAGS: Covid 19, Virus

Sheila Hamilton and C. Lamar Frizzell talk about how we can view the Covid 19 crisis through the lens of spirituality. 

By leann

C. Lamar Frizzell is the CEO of Cedar Hills Hospital and an expert in both mental health and divinity. At a time when so many people are asking the question, “Why is there so much suffering?” Sheila and Lamar talk about how we can view this crisis through the lens of spirituality. 

This is the first interview Beyond Well is conducting by Zoom due to quarantine. Please be patient as we work to improve our sound!

Beyond Well · Mar. 9, 2020

Opportunities and Risks of Psychedelics: Episode 2

FEATURING: Dr. Brian Pilecki
TAGS: Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health, PTSD, Psychedelics

Dr. Brian Pilecki combs the findings of science with compassion and curiosity.

By Sheila Hamilton

Dr. Brian Pilecki combs the findings of science with compassion and curiosity.

He is research the efficacy of psychedelics and studying harm reduction for people who want to use psychedelics to help with trauma, ptsd, anxiety disorders, and depression.

In recent years, psychedelics have drawn interest for their unique ability to create a mind shift and lasting relief for clients who have otherwise battled intractable suffering.

Beyond Well · Mar. 2, 2020

Opportunities and Risks of Psychedelics: Episode One

FEATURING: Dr. Brian Pilecki
TAGS: Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health, PTSD, Psychedelics

Dr. Brian Pilecki combs the findings of science with compassion and curiosity.

By Sheila Hamilton

Dr. Brian Pilecki combs the findings of science with compassion and curiosity. He is research the efficacy of psychedelics and studying harm reduction for people who want to use psychedelics to help with trauma, ptsd, anxiety disorders, and depression.

In recent years, psychedelics have drawn interest for their unique ability to create a mind shift and lasting relief for clients who have otherwise battled intractable suffering. 

Beyond Well · Feb. 26, 2020

Mitchell Jackson/Race, Rage, and Kobe

FEATURING: Mitchell Jackson
TAGS: Discrimination, Equity, Inclusiveness, Poverty, Race

Mitchell’s ascent from drug runner to prison inmate to a literary phenom is a reflection of his deep study and thinking on topics ranging from black history to Kobe’s lasting legacy on young black men in America.

By leann

An Ongoing Conversation About Identity

Mitchell Jackson is an American author. His critically acclaimed book, Survival Math earned its title as Mitchell recalled calculating what it would take to survive the poverty stricken neighborhood of North Portland and the friends and family members who had become thugs, murderers, and drug dealers.

Mitchell’s ascent from drug runner to prison inmate to a literary phenom is a reflection of his deep study and thinking on topics ranging from black history to Kobe’s lasting legacy on young black men in America.

We invite Mitchell to @BeyondWell to regularly discuss race, rage, and how to stay sane in some of the craziest times in American history.

Beyond Well · Feb. 24, 2020

Scott the Painter Returns

FEATURING: Scott Erickson
TAGS: Loneliness, Performance Art, Recovery

On Loneliness, Connection and Finding Meaning in the Darkest Days.

By leann

On Loneliness, Connection and Finding Meaning in the Darkest Days

Scott the Painter (Scott Erickson) is one of Beyond Well’s favorite guests, both for his refreshing candor regarding his personal suffering but also because his visual art, stories and his performance art resonate with tens of thousands of young people who are tired of staring at their phones and want to find deeper connection.

In this episode, we talk with Scott about loneliness versus spending time alone, connecting during the darkest days of winter, and Scott’s personal wellness routine.

Beyond Well, Doctors Only · Feb. 14, 2020

Desire, Intimacy, and Finding Your Love Language

FEATURING: Dr. Brian Goff, Dr. Angela Izmirian
TAGS: Intimacy

Dr. Brian Goff and Dr. Angela Izmirian (sitting in for Dr. Jenna LeJeune), talk about what it takes to make a great relationship.

By Jenna LeJeune

Dr. Brian Goff and Dr. Angela Izmirian (sitting in for Dr. Jenna LeJeune), talk about what it  takes to make a great relationship. If you want to give something sexy to your partner but  cringe at the idea of a hallmark cards or flowers, share this episode. It will spur the kind of communication that even Cupid would approve of.

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