We've all experienced setbacks in our lives. Whether it's a job loss, a relationship breakup, or a health challenge, it can be tough to persevere and thrive. On this live panel show, we'll talk about how to overcome setbacks and come out stronger on the other side. PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Jen James – https://empathymom.com/ Amy Gamble – SpeakUp4MentalHealth Facebook Group https://ift.tt/OIaA3u7 Shira Collings – https://ift.tt/L4oxHZr Jenny Lynne – https://ift.tt/HnM9hqx Ernie T. Mariscal – https://ift.tt/aQu086G Tags: #LIVE #mentalhealth #livestream #paneldiscussion #videopodcast #bipolar #suicideprevention #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthstigma #bipolardisorder #inspirationalvideo #overcomechallenges #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthmatters #traumahealing #traumarecovery
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What exactly does it mean to be a bipolar advocate? What are we advocating for? Our panelists will share the work they are doing both online and in their own communities. We'll explore the challenges and the rewards of advocacy as well as the work that still needs to be done. Join us! PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Erika J. Kendrick @erikakendricksays – http://xoerika.com/ Anja Burčak @anjaburcak6868 – https://ift.tt/0gmQW3s Sarah Jickling @SarahJicklingandherGoodBadLuck – https://ift.tt/Q2COGo6 Gabe Howard @GabeHoward29 – https://ift.tt/0W6Y3hn Andrea Paquette @AndreaPaquettebipolarbabe – https://ift.tt/ftqoINh Shaley Hoogendoorn @thisisbipolar – https://ift.tt/c9d7vEx #LIVE #mentalhealth #livestream #paneldiscussion #videopodcast #bipolar #suicideprevention #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthstigma #bipolardisorder #mentalillness
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Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on workplace mental health discrimination. Our panelists will share their personal experiences and insights on the impact of stigma, bias, and discrimination on mental health in the workplace. We'll explore the challenges of addressing mental health issues, including access to support and resources, and strategies for promoting a culture of acceptance and understanding. Whether you're an employer, employee, or mental health advocate, this conversation is for anyone interested in improving workplace mental health and breaking down barriers to positive change. PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Natasha A. Pierre, CWIP, CPLC, CEIC @NatashaPierreOfficial – https://ift.tt/w3TU5u0 CW Tillman – http://askjan.org/ Erica Williams @ericawilliams250 – https://ift.tt/4uzfGP7 Megan Glosson– https://ift.tt/6NT5bZC Rhianna Brand– https://ift.tt/8qHnmAp #LIVE #mentalhealth #livestream #paneldiscussion #videopodcast #workplacementalhealth #suicideprevention #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthstigma
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How does music affect your mental health? What are some challenges of working in the music industry while also battling mental health issues? How can creating or listening to music be a means of expressing emotions and promoting self-awareness? Join host Rudy Caseres as he leads a panel on the power that music has over our minds. Viewer feedback is highly encouraged. PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Jeanine Hoff – https://ift.tt/HMP50qx Dean De Benedictis @FatelessRelatedVideo – https://ift.tt/bC9exf0 Sarah Jickling @SarahJicklingandherGoodBadLuck – https://ift.tt/MtyGO7j Kev G Mor @kevgmor – https://ift.tt/h2L6dkD Kevin "Earleybird" Earley @birdboogie – https://ift.tt/t2RHhEP #LIVE #mentalhealth #livestream #paneldiscussion #videopodcast #musictherapy #suicideprevention #mentalhealthadvocate
Watch video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/vUk07kkdNUA by Rudy Caseres
Do you have a gripe with the mental health system? How people with a mental illness diagnosis are discriminated against? Tired of frequent misinformation and misconception? Join host Rudy Caseres as he leads a panel on what really grinds our gears and/or rustles our jimmies. Viewer feedback is highly encouraged. PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Ernesto T. Mariscal – https://ift.tt/Rr2QJEL Rhianna Brand –https://ift.tt/dRKwhMb Erin Macauley – https://ift.tt/48j0Odq #LIVE #mentalhealth #livestream #paneldiscussion #videopodcast #suicideawareness #suicideprevention
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Romantic relationships can be very fulfilling but they can also be toxic and harmful to our wellbeing. Although heartbreak is inevitable in life let's explore ways to avoid long-term trauma and how to empower one another. And let us hold nothing back in expressing how hurtful romantic love can be at times. Viewer feedback is highly encouraged. PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Hannah Blum @hannahblum2775 – https://ift.tt/6yeMGAo Chrissie Hodges @ChrissieHodgesPureOCDAdvocate – https://ift.tt/eVrhoCF Dean De Benedictis @FatelessRelatedVideo – https://ift.tt/3t8d02X Sarah Jickling @SarahJicklingandherGoodBadLuck – https://ift.tt/jfxLRXN Shira Collings – https://ift.tt/gfImVzk #mentalhealth #heartbreak #romanticlove #relationshipadvice #relationshipproblems #livestream #paneldiscussion #videopodcast
Watch video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/0wUHECZjUzE by Rudy Caseres
Join host Rudy Caseres for a live panel discussion on the problem with New Year’s Resolutions. This event features a panel of speakers from diverse backgrounds including emotional intelligence coach Natasha A. Pierre, body acceptance advocate Lexie Manion, pre-licensed therapist Shira Collings, sideshow performer Jenny Lynne, writer/psychology grad student Anja Burčak, singer/songwriter Sarah Jickling, and electronic music composer Dean De Benedictis. Together, along with audience feedback, we will delve into the impact that New Year's resolutions can have on our mental health, body image, and self-worth. We will share our insights and personal experiences on how unrealistic and often arbitrary goals can lead to feelings of failure and inadequacy, and explore the importance of self-compassion in setting and achieving meaningful goals. Don't miss this thought-provoking and empowering conversation! PANEL: Rudy Caseres (Host) – https://rudycaseres.com Natasha A. Pierre – https://ift.tt/Fa79cHD Lexie Manion – https://lexiemanion.com Shira Collings – https://ift.tt/gvJiFtD Jenny Lynne – https://unkillable.me Anja Burčak – https://ift.tt/nDwZXtc Sarah Jickling – https://ift.tt/GuSkB5d Dean De Benedictis – https://ift.tt/ayxQ7wX
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With all the chaos and doom surrounding our society is there any hope for a positive future? And what mental health tolls does this take on us? Join host Rudy Caseres and mental health advocates Andrea Paquette, Kevin Berthia, Sarah Jickling, Heather Palacios, Emily Wu Truong, Jeanine Hoff, Micah Pearson, and Erica Williams as they lead an interactive discussion around the topic. Viewer questions and comments are highly encouraged. #mentalhealth #paneldiscussion #mentalhealthadvocate #talkshow
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For the month of November I hosted a panel of fellow bipolar advocates and led a discussion on the ties (or lack thereof) between depression, mania, and creativity. Each panelist came from a different artistic background and shared their own background, beliefs, and creative process.
Danielle Hark is a writer and artist who lives with PTSD and bipolar disorder. She is the founder of the non-profit Broken Light Collective that empowers people with mental health challenges using photography. Danielle works in a variety of creative mediums, including mixed media, assemblage, painting, photography, and poetry.
Sarah Jickling is a Canadian songstress and mental health advocate known for her candid look into uncomfortable subjects, served with an indie pop smile. In 2017, Sarah released her first solo album,When I Get Better, which documents her journey through bipolar recovery. Jickling’s idiosyncratic songs have been featured on radio stations across the country and in independent films, and she has opened up about her experiences with mental illness on radio, local television, podcasts, blogs and at live speaking events. Her latest album, The Family Curse, deals with intergenerational trauma and mental illness in families.
Michaela Donohue is a U.S. Army Veteran, healthcare worker and artist. Donohue currently works as a Medical Scheduler for a home healthcare company in San Diego, California and is an avid advocate for mental health awareness and medication compliance. Donohue is the 4th generation in her family to be diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and spends much of her free time studying the illness since receiving her diagnosis in the fall of 2019. Donohue utilizes her chosen medium of spray paint on canvas to not only manage her symptoms, but to better understand the depth and complexity of her own emotions and feelings.
Join me and three of my favorite mental health advocates Charlotte Kaufman, Julie Kraft, and Victoria Maxwell for an interactive discussion on the similarities and differences in how bipolar presents in males vs females. Special thanks to The Mighty for letting me use their large platform to host this important discussion.
Rudy Caseres is an award-winning mental health advocate, public speaker, and event producer. He has traveled the country delivering keynote presentations, worked with organizations such as the American Association of Suicidology, This is My Brave, Mental Health America, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and has hosted various storytelling events in the Los Angeles area — and now, virtually. He was named one of The Mighty’s Mental Health Heroes of 2017, NAMI California 2017 Outstanding Peer of the Year, and Feed & Be Fed’s Cultivator of the Year 2019. He can be seen live-streaming monthly for The Mighty on various bipolar topics as well as on his own social media channels.
Julie Kraft is a Canadian author, artist, and mental health advocate devoted to spreading awareness and shattering stigma. Since her bipolar II diagnosis in 2010, Julie has come to a place of fully embracing her bipolar mind- she credits it with allowing her to live a vibrant and full life. Julie is thrilled to have published her memoir, The Other Side of Me, and most recently a children's book, Tilda Whirl- both in an effort to start the conversation on mental health at all ages. She has contributed to publications forPsych Central, Psycom, and BP Hope magazine, and currently co-hosts the This is Bipolar vlog and podcast. Aside from passionately advocating, her interests include painting, travelling, and scouring secondhand stores. Julie currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia with her husband and three children.
Charlotte Kaufman received a late diagnosis of bipolar disorder at age 39. She is the founder of Women Who Sail, the largest online group of women sailors in the world. In 2014, en route to the South Pacific, a medical emergency necessitated her family’s rescue at sea. The rescue brought intense media scrutiny to the idea of parenting and living aboard. Her story was featured onThis American Life and she has written inHuffPost about the experience. She is passionate about the intersection of parenting, mental health, and adventuring.
Victoria Maxwell is an award-winning mental health speaker, actor and playwright. At the age of 25 she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, anxiety and psychosis and has since become a self-proclaimed Wellness Warrior and Bipolar Princess! She speaks on the lived experience of mental illness, recovery, workplace mental health, creativity and wellness. She’s written four theatrical keynote shows and performs them along with various workshops at conferences, corporations and community events internationally.The Mental Health Commission of Canada rates her keynote ‘That’s Just Crazy Talk’ as one of the top anti-stigma interventions in the country. Learn more about Victoria and her work and how to book her as a keynote speaker at VictoriaMaxwell.com.