Amazon best-selling author, Joseph Reid joins Vonnie to discuss his mental health journey that led him to write his self-published book, “Broken like Me.” Tune in to hear the impactful conversation that discusses the mental health tools Joseph has created for himself and others. As he would say, “if you feel broken, I wrote this for you.”
- Will Heininger former U of M football player/Eisenberg Family Depression Center
- Professor Abigail Eiler – U of M School of Social Work
The power of sharing your own story is validated on this insightful podcast with Will Heininger and Abigail Eiler. The impact Athletes Connected and the Eisenberg Depression Center are having at the University of Michigan is impressive.
Have you ever seen someone tapping their pressure points and been curious ‘why’? Brad Yates from ‘Tap With Brad’ joins Vonnie for an engaging conversation about the benefits of tapping and his personal journey from actor to positive change agent and YouTube sensation. Listen and learn how you can feel better, do better and live better!
This episode’s guest is a former NHL hockey player (Red Wings and Philadelphia Flyers), best-selling author, mental performance & life coach and the founder of I Got Mind – meet Bob Wilkie! Vonnie and Bob go behind the smile for a timely discussion about the pressure placed on athletes to succeed and how we need to change the mental/brain health conversation.
Brandin Staglin, President of One Mind, joins us via phone to discuss the initiatives of his family-run brain health organization. In this episode you’ll hear his story about coming back from schizophrenia, the important work One Mind is doing to help neuro-atypical people, and why the term “Brain Health” is replacing “Mental Health.”