Britt Turpack: How can college students develop their own coping strategies for stress? Featured
xTrained in mindfulness-based stress reduction at Brown University, certified in yoga instruction and carrying a background of work with hundreds of individuals across the world, Britt Turpack draws not only from personal experience but years ..
Sarah Callazzo: How did an eating disorder become the biggest part of you? Featured
Our next guest is Sarah Callazzo. She used to wear smaller jeans and fake a smile. She liked having as many friends as possible. She would never consider herself a leader. Her camera roll was filled with ‘progress pictures’ of her body. Sh..
Michaela K. Canterbury: How can we spot a high functioning addict in our life? Featured
Our next guest is Michaela Kelley Canterbury, who is a lawyer and writer. Michaela obtained her J.D. at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington, and graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a BA in p..
Sally Raymond, LMFT: What’s your advice for students who are currently experiencing depression? Featured
Sally Raymond, LMFT, is a practicing, longtime Marriage and Family Therapist in Southern California. She is a speaker, author, and passionate, devoted expert on the topics of life and healthy growth, suicide, and relationships. Since her son J..
Rachael Siddoway: How is a child’s mental health tied to their parent’s mental health? Featured
Rachael Siddoway is an award-winning and best-selling author despite being diagnosed with severe Dyslexia at age eight. Her first book, An Impossible life, is a best seller and an Eric Hoffer Grand Prize Winner. Her second book, An Impossible ..