Depression

Doctors Only · Mar. 23, 2020

On Shame

FEATURING: Dr. Goff, Dr. LeJeune
TAGS: Depression, Fear, Psychiatry, Psychology, Shame

Shame is the most painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behavior.

By leann

Public Shaming, Group Humiliation, and Banishing.

Shame is the most painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behavior. But, as Dr. Goff and Dr. LeJeune discuss, shame roots at the very being of what we care about most.

With an increase in public shaming, the potential of depression, isolation, and self-harm increases. The point, as Dr. LeJeune says, is to always offer a fellow human the path to retribution.

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. 3, 2020

Finding Connection Through Your Darkest Moments

FEATURING: Sheila Hamilton, Israel Nebeker
TAGS: Anxiety, Depression

Israel Nebeker is the founder of Blind Pilot and a singer/songwriter whose music now reaches millions of fans.

By Sheila Hamilton

We are starting 2020 by taking a look back at a few of our favorite shows from 2019. This show was originally released in November of 2019. It features special guest Israel Nebeker.

He is the founder of Blind Pilot and a singer/songwriter whose music now reaches millions of fans. In this episode, Israel talks about confronting one of the darkest periods of his life by wandering into the Black Forest in Germany—with no path to follow and not sure if he would ever find his way out. It was only by confronting his loneliness, his fear, and his belief that he was powerless to change the dynamic that he experienced a significant awakening. 

This interview was voted one of our favorites by the Beyond Well Team because of how open, authentic and vulnerable.

Beyond Well, Doctors Only · Jan. 30, 2020

A Guide to Staying Calm and Centered During Divisive Times

FEATURING: Dr. Goff, Dr. LeJeune
TAGS: Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health, Obsession, Psychiatry, Psychology

By Sheila Hamilton

There is a reported increase in the number of people seeing psychologists and psychiatrists for politically based fear, anxiety, and depression.

In this episode, Dr. Goff and Dr. LeJeune discuss ways to stay healthy, engaged and positive during times of political stress. One of the hallmarks of politically induced anxiety is hyper-vigilance.

Learn how to recognize it, calm your nervous system, and get busy applying your energy to something positive.

Beyond Well · Jan. 20, 2020

Recovery, Technology, and My Blue Thoughts

FEATURING: Sheila Hamilton, Lauv
TAGS: Depression, Mental Health, lauv, microsoft, ocd, technology, world mental health day

In October of 2019 we spoke to pop Superstar Lauv. He was on top of the world with the kickoff of his How I’m Feeling Tour, and using his global platform to promote mental health.

By Sheila Hamilton

In October of 2019 we spoke to pop Superstar Lauv. He was on top of the world with the kickoff of his How I’m Feeling Tour, and using his global platform to promote mental health. In every show, Lauv takes a few minutes to describe his descent into depression and severe OCD, and why he credits therapy and medication with allowing him to regain his creativity and confidence.

Lauv has partnered with Microsoft to create a worldwide mental health platform that connects people all over the globe. “No Matter where people are in the world, they can see that someone else is experiencing something really similar.

Check out MyBlueThoughts.World and our blog of the concert at The Anthem in D.C.

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