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Behavioral Health Today

Triad Behavioral Health

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Welcome to Behavioral Health Today, a podcast by Triad, where we tackle trending topics in behavioral and mental health. The Behavioral Health Today podcast shares unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities with a mental health professional perspective.
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Behavioral Health Integration is meant to raise knowledge and awareness of the behavioral health field for those planning to enter the field and the professionals that are currently in it. Behavioral Health Integration prides itself on discussions and topics on mental health and substance abuse interventions being used as a collaborative approach to improving the lives of others.
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I'm a former health talk radio host (18+ years) and I want to create a behavioral health focus for my podcast. My shows may be 10-12 minutes up to about 30-45 minutes - depending on the topic and if I bring a guest in via online connections. The content will be clinically sound material, opinion, and topical headline issues (trauma, school shootings, workplace depression, bullying, parenting, etc). I have 45+ years in behavioral health. I'm the co-creator, and co-writer of Episodes-The Movie ...
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The Behavioral Health Collective podcast is a platform for behavioral health professionals to share their stories of collaboration. Our goal is to foster a community that models collaboration between behavioral health professionals to improve client outcomes that could not otherwise be achieved in silos, while also demonstrating a wide variety of applications of behavioral health sciences.
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Join Defense Health Agency behavioral health experts as they discuss different behavioral health topics. Defense Health Agency employees can earn free CE credit for listening. Follow the instructions in the CE Credit episode. Produced by the Defense Health Agency.
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Behavioral Health Access

Collaborative Care for All Specialties by Carson Felkel MD

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I am a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist with a passion for expanding access to behavioral health services through developing collaborative care systems in primary and specialty medical care.
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Our mental health is a powerful tool that affects both how we see the world around us and interact with it. Join our team of psychologists, mental health therapists, and guest speakers as we explore the latest news in mental health treatments and trends. Each episode contains powerful information to help you better control and navigate your own mental health needs, daily stress, and emotional wellbeing.
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From the Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, this series shines a light on partnerships that are moving the dial, leading to better solutions and outcomes for people who may become involved with the justice system due to experiencing behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or neurocognitive concerns. We talk with guests representing prominent voices from government, the judicial system, public safety, healthcare, and the broader community throughout m ...
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Parenting comes with joys and challenges. If you are a mom or dad with a child or teen who is struggling with everyday life or clinical issues like ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Executive Functioning, Anxiety, OCD, Depression or Mood, or Lyme and PANS/PANDAS, then you need solutions. If you have seen Dr. Roseann on TV, then you know she doesn’t shy away from real talk about real problems. She gives parents the science-backed keys to unlocking big and small kid and family issues. Blending hope with ...
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The objective of the Great Pets Radio is to provide listeners a forum which addresses the health and behavior of their companion animal friends. Many, if not all, issues that pet owners face each day are of a medical or behavioral nature. With Brian's experience of training over 35,000 dogs and Dr. Jim's knowledge of Veterinary Medicine, callers are treated with informative, compassionate and unparalleled advice. Great Pets Radio also focuses on pet related current events. It's one thing to ...
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Imagine if we could harness the innate capacity and inclination of our bodies to heal themselves. What if there existed a method to unleash the rejuvenating potential of our conscious minds, liberating us from the emotional baggage and pent-up energy that often leads to dysfunction within our bodies? In this insightful Clinician’s Series Episode, D…
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In the hustle and bustle of our fast-paced world, many individuals continue to struggle managing and processing their emotions and controlling their responses. The struggle to maintain effective self-regulation in the face of these challenges highlights the importance of developing and honing this skill. For today’s episode, we will talk about the …
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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression defined by a reoccurring seasonal pattern highlighted by mood changes, irritability, helplessness, pessimism, persistent sadness, decreased energy, hypersomnia, overeating, seasonal hibernation, aggressive behavior, reduced work or school performance, and family history. Millions of American…
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In this BHI episode I had the pleasure of having Crystal Hill on my show to discuss her journey in recovery. Crystal is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Twin Cities Wellness Center & Recovery Gym. She is a woman in long-term recovery from serving two incarcerations and 25 years of severe addiction and eating disorder struggles. Crystal is…
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Anxiety is the top global condition affecting even children as young as six. Recognizing and addressing anxiety, especially in early childhood, is crucial. It highlights the need for awareness, research, and accessible interventions to help individuals of all ages cope with this prevalent mental health challenge. And that’s why I’m here to discuss …
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We often frame the work environment as an execution problem rather than a learning problem. If we can reframe it as a learning problem, then we can improve over time. With this new mindset, we can create an environment where it’s safer to take acceptable, well defined intelligent risks, suggest new ideas, and admit mistakes. Tom is the CEO and foun…
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Magnesium is a supplement that has left many wondering, "Why didn't I start taking this sooner?" as they witness the benefits and positive effects it brings to different aspects of their health and well-being. In fact, individuals who incorporate magnesium supplementation often experience a positive impact on their overall emotional state, leading …
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Actively listening is no small task. Despite being a crucial element of effective communication, what makes it challenging to truly engage in this skill? In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Christine Miles. Christine is an executive coach, thought leader, entrepreneur, recognized world expert in the field of listening differently, and au…
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As we look into how nutrition connects with mental health, it's clear that supplements do more than just nourish our bodies; they also impact how we think and feel. Understanding the importance of supplements in mental health shows how these are key to not just physical health but also keeping our minds in balance. The importance of supplements in …
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When was the last day you didn't find yourself contemplating money at least once? It seems that, irrespective of who you are, the concept of money has inevitably woven itself into your daily thoughts, presenting itself as an essential consideration. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Brad Barrett. Brad serves as the Managing Director and Pa…
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Brain mapping, specifically through QEEG brain maps, has proven to be a valuable diagnostic tool, shedding light on different areas of the brain and their activities. One of the remarkable aspects of brain mapping is its versatility, making it applicable to various demographics, including both children and adults. By identifying specific patterns o…
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How can we think about interventions that don't assume that folks are going to be able to come back for four months, once a week? In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Dr. Jessica Schleider. Jessica is Associate Professor of Medical Social Sciences at Northwestern University, where she directs the Lab for Scalable Mental Health. Schleider comp…
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Sensory processing issues can affect a wide range of people, regardless of neurotypical or neurodivergent status, and can sometimes be linked to developmental factors. The key question then is what turns these issues into a clinically recognized disorder. In today’s episode, I want to delve into one of my favorite topics that many neurodivergent in…
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The reality is that pharmaceutical interventions are commonly prescribed and deeply ingrained in mental health practices. Moreover, many people doubt non-medication methods because they don't fully understand how effective they can be. This skepticism often comes from not knowing about the benefits of non-medication approaches and how effective the…
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We’ve been taught to think of anxiety as though we have a mental disease. Anxiety is primarily a physiological reaction. If we can sympathize over those fight or flight moments, we can start to retrain your brain and manage that moment in a different way. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Faust Ruggiero. Faust is a seasoned professiona…
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One of the frequently asked questions in my Brain Behavior Reset Program is how to calm a dysregulated child. This question goes beyond developmental stages, challenging our expectations of emotional self-regulation. Join me in another episode as we explore how to calm a dysregulated child and look at different strategies and effective solutions to…
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In today's BHI episode I had the honor and pleasure of having returning special guest Robert Andrews-Mendoza. In this prt 2 episode we will be continuing our discussion on new and updated policies and rules for what takes for an MN LADC to have their own private practice. We will also be getting to the questions the audience has regarding policies …
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There can be block in our lives. They can be emotional, food sensitivities, and other more chronic issues. With ECM, a clearing process, it can help get our brain to realign with our body in ways that we can transcend and be successful in life. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Ellen Cutler. Ellen is a best-selling author with over…
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When our children experience dysregulation, it undeniably adds a layer of difficulty to the parenting journey, regardless of their age. As parents, we find ourselves confronted by challenges in regulation, necessitating a comprehensive understanding and application of strategies tailored to the unique needs of each developmental phase. Let's delve …
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Why do we feel so empty when we have so much? In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Karena Kilcoyne. Karena is an author and a former criminal defense attorney, who faced profound trauma early in her life. Her mother tried to give her away at birth, and at the age of 12, Karena’s father's incarceration left the family struggling. After her…
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Regulating the nervous system is key for keeping your overall well-being and mental balance in check. This interconnected balance is pivotal for navigating the complexities of daily life, allowing individuals to adapt and respond to stressors with greater resilience. If you’re wondering how to support your child in building essential skills for imp…
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Navigating self-regulation in the classroom is crucial, and often, parents may not recognize issues until their children face the structured environment of school. Overstimulated behaviors or emotional challenges may be evident at home, but cognitive, social, or prosocial issues might go unnoticed. In today’s episode, we’ll delve into the significa…
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Every relationship has its own story, has its own world, has its own language. And there's something to be learned if you create the space and you ask good questions. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Topaz Adizes. Topaz is an Emmy Award-winning writer, director, and experience design architect. He is an Edmund Hillary fellow and Sundance/…
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Dysregulation affects not just our children but also us parents as caregivers, impacting our own nervous systems. To address this challenge, it's essential to explore various forms of self-regulation which require consistent effort. That’s why I’m here to shed light on embarking on a journey to navigate the complexities of parenting children with d…
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“I was born with a bipolar brain, and that I lived on the bipolar spectrum pretty much my whole life.”- Gregg Martin. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with retired Major General Gregg Martin. Gregg Martin, PhD, is a retired major general and a 36-year Army combat veteran, celebrated for his remarkable career commanding engineer units and holdi…
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A dysregulated brain can manifest in either understimulation or overstimulation. In an under-stimulated brain, issues like difficulty focusing, learning challenges, withdrawal, and tearfulness may arise. On the other hand, an overstimulated brain tends to exhibit pronounced reactions, intense emotions, anger, and irritation. In today’s episode, we …
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When we think about cultures that are more community oriented, we embrace the concept of Ubuntu, which says “I am because you are. You are because I am”. It is this notion that we are inextricably connected to one another, to our world, to our environment, to all that is around us. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Donell Barnett. …
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Dysregulation, or the lack of effective self-regulation, can have negative consequences across various aspects of an individual's life. That is why equipping ourselves and our children with the necessary self-regulation skills is important. Honing these self-regulatory skills not only enriches our own lives but also holds the potential to fortify t…
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In today's BHI episode I had the honor and pleasure of having returning special guest Robert Andrews-Mendoza. In this episode we will be discussing new and updated policies and rules for what takes for an MN LADC to have their own private practice. With Roberts knowledge, passion, and hard work he has paved the way for more LADC's to learn about th…
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Self-regulation is vital as it impacts our ability to control emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in response to various external stimuli. It's not limited to what we conventionally perceive as stressors; rather, it's based on how our body and brain interpret stimuli. It is thus important that we delve into the fundamental aspects of self-regulation …
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There are increasingly pervasive mental health issues that adolescents are experiencing. If we can help kids understand what they’re feeling and give them a language, that’s the beginning of being able to give them help. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Mark Cloutier. Mark is the CEO of Caminar, a non-profit community-based agency tha…
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In this special BHI episode we get to meet special guest Alexandra Artzoglou. We have the pleasure of hearing her life story on how she first got involved in psychedelics as well as the work helping and advocating for psychedelic use to help individuals with there mental health. Currently, Alexandra aids others get their lives (and minds) in order …
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Exploring the intricacies of PANS (Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) and PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections) requires a thoughtful examination of both behavioral manifestations and clinical diagnoses. The journey of understanding these conditions goes beyond merely identif…
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When someone says “yes” to alcohol, they may not recognize that they’re saying “no” to so many other things. But, when you say “no” to alcohol, you now can say “yes” and come into an experience with all those things, that for some people, didn’t even know they were there. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Jonathan Hunt-Glassman. Jonath…
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It's common to encounter various behaviors exhibited by our kids, be it expressions of frustration, virtual tantrums, or outright anger. But here's the thing – most of the time, kids aren't intentionally acting out. They're not fully aware of why they're behaving the way they are, much like us adults who sometimes struggle to understand our own act…
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No Weigh is a whole-person approach that treats weight loss as one part of a person’s life, interconnected with everything else that person values, In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Valerie Evans, BCBA. Valerie is a licensed and board-certified Behavior Analyst and founder of No Weigh, an app that leverages behavioral psychology and ap…
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), a condition known for its relentless fears and compulsions, can be especially daunting for children. These fears, deeply ingrained within their young minds, drive behaviors and rituals that become their coping mechanisms. Understanding and aiding children coping with OCD fears involves delving into a world where…
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It was an honor having Bishoy on my show as a BHI special guest! Dr. Bishoy is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, who also collaborates and advise on projects that utilizes AI to further advance knowledge of mental illnesses. In this special live episode we get into great discussion topics on raising mental health awareness of parents of children…
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Visualization is a powerful teaching tool. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Molly Oshinski and Morgan Marquez. Molly and Morgan are the founders of Pickle System, a hands-off resource for BCBAs, special educators, and parents of individuals with disabilities providing animated video-models for a variety of living skills. Molly is the …
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Experiencing moodiness and anger is generally normal for kids. It becomes a concern when it interferes with their life – school, relationships, or causes frequent distress. That's when it's more than just a phase and it's a sign that something isn't right. It's a call for us as parents to support them through tough times. In this episode, we tackle…
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Anxiety is a safety strategy, it’s an early warning system at best. There’s a perception of a threat and the perception is that I’m not going to be able to handle the threat. The key word being “perception”. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Sarah Olivo. Sarah is a licensed clinical psychologist with over two decades of experience.…
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When addressing issues of focus and attention, the conversation often gravitates towards the use of ADHD medication as a primary solution. However, it's crucial to explore and consider alternative approaches like natural solutions before immediately turning to medication. By initially exploring other options such as lifestyle changes, behavioral th…
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Today marks a particularly special episode where we get to introduce our newest host to our show, Sharlee R. Dixon, LMSW. At Behavioral Health Today, our commitment is to present a diverse range of perspectives and voices, both from our guests and our dedicated hosts. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor has the privilege to welcome Sharlee Dixon and…
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Worry and avoidance manifesting anxiety, while commonly associated with the experiences of adults, are also experienced by kids. Anxiety in kids might not look the same as it does in grown-ups. It often shows up in small changes, like how they act, their mood, or how they interact with others. In this episode, we delve into how we could help our ki…
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Our expectations should be that people can live a better life if they're given the right supports. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Steve Miccio. Steve is the Chief Executive Officer of PeopleUSA, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families and people with behavioral health challenges. Steve is an innovator in crisis respo…
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Magnesium plays a crucial role in detoxification and numerous chemical processes in the body. Magnesium deficiency is not just a matter of mineral imbalance; it has profound implications for cognitive and mental health as it is closely linked to cognitive and mental health issues like attention problems, anxiety, and depression. Understanding and a…
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It was an amazing pleasure having Jillian Rigert on the show! Jillian is a phenomenal Oral Medicine Physician, Post-Doc Research Fellow in Radiation Oncology, Air Force Veteran, Leadership Coach, Blogger, YouTube Enthusiast. I had a great time discussing the many different humanistic element that can make for an authentic life as well as pursuing y…
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Neurofeedback is a powerful tool in calming the brain and regulating behavior. By repeatedly guiding the brain to achieve this optimal state, individuals can experience positive changes in their brain function and behavior. Although the effects may not be long-lasting after just one session, consistent neurofeedback sessions can lead to significant…
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The brain keeps the score, but the body is a score card. Every time we feel an emotional difficulty, we control either what we feel, or we control our environment. So, we shut down the emotion, and that’s the problem. We never let the prediction play out until the end, maintaining the loop or the belief that the situation we are in today holds some…
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Today, we're diving into one of the most effective tools for calming the brain and body: PEMF therapy. I have been using PEMF for 9 years and integrating it into our practice, and I'm excited to shed light on its benefits. PEMF, or pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, has been instrumental in our practice, assisting clients worldwide seeking help.…
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