In this episode of the Shrinkcast, join me for a discussion about the reasons behind the creation of Khesed Wellness, including the need to challenge the status quo of the mental health system with kindness.
Phil and I meet for coffee every Monday morning. Phil is Khesed’s Program Manager and this is our weekly check-in. It’s official business but we look for any excuse to talk the theory of all things.
Like last week, he told me about Monkeysphere Theory. Have you ever heard of Monkeysphere Theory?
Resource discussed in podcast, The Tools: https://www.amazon.com/Tools-Courage-Creativity-Willpower-Inspire/dp/0812983041/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1550347848&sr=8-1&keywords=the+tools+stutz
Everyone has a relationship with food. Whether or not you feel like you have a healthy relationship with food or an unhealthy one, there are still complicated dynamics that affect our view of food and ourselves. This podcast explores those dynamics that affect our relationship with food and how to work towards more health and awareness around your relationship with food.
Thanks to a courageous friend who named they don't know how to talk about mental health, while enjoying soup together, this podcast was born. Here's a couple tips about how you can talk proactively about mental health.
Today, we are going to take a new, exciting, and experiential approach to Shrinkcast Episode 5. We started this podcast because we want to create these kinds of positive or healing experiences through these audio waves that you can access anywhere, anytime, for free.
So, this fifth episode is, in a way, a starting place for The Shrinkcast in this new year. Isn’t that often how it goes in the New Year as we create resolutions, intentions, theme, goals, words, phrases to guide us as we end 2018 and begin 2019. We start and then we find ourselves rewriting a second, third, or fifth draft, starting anew... [listen to this 20-minute episode hear and experience more]