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We are all born creatives. We then receive messages that undermine our innate creativity and squash the curiosity and courage that is needed to exercise the creative muscle. It's time to reclaim, release shame, and step into the light. It can
Mental Health Awareness Conversation with Tara CultonWhat is mental health? Who is impacted by it? What is the most important thing for us all to remember? These and many more questions will be discussed this morning by host Erin Mahone and gue
I am super excited to talk to Kota Hale this week. Kota is one of the original IYCSM group members! After an incredibly challenging year Kota is ready to talk about how he has come through it all. Kota is ready to tell his story, talk about sur
This week’s guest Kimberly Johnson joins me to talk about her parenting experiencewith a child who’s mental health occasionally requires hospitalization and t he ways inwhich our systems fail during mental health crisis causing pointless trauma
Join us for a frank conversation about this often misunderstood diagnosis and how understanding it helps us to understand trauma in general. Trigger Warning: Conversation about Sexual Assault, Trafficking, and Sex Offenders. Pamela Lynn Hock w
Danny Holcomb is a peer recovery specialist, a survivor of mental health and substance use disorders, a light worker, artist, and beautiful human. This discussion sheds light on the internalized stigma that can be experienced by individuals wit
The "Why Try" Effect is a form of self-stigma experienced by individuals who have known failure in the face of mental health, substance use, disability and other learning issues. As a peer recovery specialist, founder of Rise Phoenix Rise and
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. The IYCSM project Director of Community Outreach, Melissa Earley is also a brain injury survivor. Melissa joins Erin to talk about life after brain injury and all of the complex factors that impact the lif
Erin and Lucretia talked about all the things once again this time! That Black History Month is every month, and how to effectively respond to someone in a mental health crisis. Check out Lucretia's brand new website www.joyfulmusecoaching.com
This week Erin had a powerful conversation with her friend, IYCSM family member, and co-Founder/Board Chair of Robin's Hope, an organization that helps adults overcome traumatic life events and toxic stress through building hope, resilience and
This week Erin spends a Saturday morning over coffee talking to her friend and fellow healer Lucretia Marie. Lucretia will join Erin each month as a Co-Host of Saturday Morning Coffee (3rd Saturday of each month), Live on Facebook, www.facebook
This week Erin has an essential conversation with Dr. Steve Hickman from the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion. After one hell of a week in the U.S. on top of an incredibly difficult year it seems only right that the discussion turns to being
Happy New Year! The longest year in recent history has finally come to an end and whatever happens 2021 will be a year and we will meet it. This week Erin talks about Marsha Linehan's Wise Mind concept from Dialectical Behavior Therapy. There a
This week Erin speaks to the amazing, inspiring, kind, lovely Dr. Lennis Echterling. They talk disaster, resilience, and the origins of his nickname. Remember to grab your tickets to the upcoming If You Could See Me show "Showing-up" which will
On this minisode, Erin talks about the Yin and Yang of Self-Compassion originated by Kristin Neff and the incredible power of learning to nurture ourselves, quiet the inner critic, and take action when necessary to create the things we need for
The spring 2020 If You Could See Me participants began meeting in February of this year. They were supposed to have their show in June. As we are all aware this year has been an exercise in flexibility, persistence, acceptance, and patience and
Erin's coach challenged her to read her own words to herself when struggling with body issues. Let us know what conditions you place on your worthiness and how you have acted to break this cycle. Email [email protected] Erin's book at
This week Erin welcomed Kim Flournoy DiJoseph to the show! This powerful conversation was hopefully just the beginning of many more! Kim Flournoy DiJoseph of the shadow work integration practice, @hotmesswork, has been called a “punk rock, mode
M. Melissa Earley, RN, BSN, QMHP-C, NHDP-BC, is a survivor of domestic minor sex trafficking who has dedicated her life to working in healthcare. She earned her National Registry Certification as a Paramedic at The Medical College of Virginia i
On September 3rd a group of amazing storytellers, lightworkers, artists, and mental health professionals came together from across the U.S., to share an evening of Seeking and Solidarity via zoom. Hosted by Erin Mahone Featuring Stories from: A
What an incredible conversation this week with Michelle Mercurio about grief, storytelling, love, growth, and letting go of what is in order to be able to accept what can be. Michelle Mercurio is...Writer. Firebrand. Catalyst. Authenticist. Bo
The If You Could See Me Project is changing lives by helping people change their stories! Please support our work by making a monthly pledge through our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/ifyoucouldseeme or by subscribing, liking and reviewin
The If You Could See Me Project is changing lives by helping people change their stories! Please support our work by making a monthly pledge through our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/ifyoucouldseeme or by subscribing, liking and reviewin
Sarah McFarland is the Founder of The Learning and Integrating New Knowledge and Skills Center, Inc. (The LINKS Center, Inc.). a nonprofit organization that provides support services to families caring for children diagnosed with mental illness
Craig Lewis joins Erin for the second time in as many months. This time he shares aspects of his medical journey, the discovery of medicinal cannabis as a treatment for his mental health symptoms that brought him relief for the first time in hi
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