Today we sit down with Cameron Kelly-- talented actress, comedian, and writer to talk about her adoption story. Along the way you'll hear about the stigmatizations of adoption, the portrayal of the subject in media, and the superiority of Halloween and Christmas as holidays. Join us as we spill the Tea on adoption!
Today we sit down with the inspiring Kat Aharonian, Mind Set Coach and of the CEO of One Heart Coffee to talk about overcoming childhood trauma. We get into how she started her business, her mental health journey, her love for dogs, and how childhood trauma impacted her life. Along the way we recount how childhood and adolescent pains shaped us and how we deal with them now. Sit down with us as we spill the tea on overcoming childhood trauma!
Today we sit down with the incredible Mark Shapiro, host of the "Are You Being Real Podcast!" talking about how to break down authenticity in the digital age. We dive into how he left the corporate world to do podcasting and public speaking, the Facebook experiment that brought him closer to his friends, how to navigate love in today's world, his upcoming app LoveBomb, and more! Sit down with us as we spill the tea on authenticity!
This episode we got in the ring with Ryan Nemeth, a long time wrestler for the WWE NXT brand. As we sipped on some delicious tea, we discussed his career, his journey to get there, and how he balanced both at the same time. Along the way, we learned of his upcoming short film Heel. Join us as we spill the tea on identity!
Today we sit down with Rebecca Warm and Emily Rifkin to discuss their YouTube web-series, Gremlin Girl: a story of a young woman named Franny, and Gremlin Girl, an adorable manifestation of her neurotic anxieties. Along the way we learned of our own gremlins, how to live with our gremlins, and how to animate gremlins. Join us and our gremlins as we spill the tea!
Today we sit down with Molly Paige, self-described "tea drinking human with good company" to discuss her journey with Endometriosis. Along the way, we'll learn ways of coping with cramps, that a certain two people (but not the third) share a birthday, and that acupuncture is actually kind of wonderful. Join us as we spill the tea on Endometriosis!
Meet Ally Iseman: award winning actress, producer and writer. We sit down with her to discuss her work and research into Death with Dignity. We discuss the meaning, laws, and what it means for friends, families, and the individuals themselves. Join us as we spill the tea on Death with Dignity!
We see in your future you enjoying this episode of MentaliTea! Join us as we sit down with Katherine Wehler, energy healer, astrology expert, and tarot extraordinaire, and learn all about how these things not only helped her with her own mental health, but how it helped others as well. We discuss everything from the cosmos, to the skeptics, to our own future through a live tarot reading! Join us as we spill the tea on Astrology!
We sat down with Brandon Russ to discuss OCD as it relates to family, friends, and relationships. Along the way, we learned what it's like to drop medication cold turkey, how annoying the pesky intrusive thoughts can be, and maybe told a few fun childhood stories as well. Join us as we spill the tea on OCD!
Yashi Brown is a renowned poet, author, spoken word artist, and Nami Ambassador. We sat down and discussed her journey before and after she was diagnosed with Bipolar Type 1 and how it affected her work as an artist. Join us as we spill the tea on mental health and the power of poetry!
The new MentaliTea podcast season is here! On our first episode back we sit down with the amazing Emilee and Meghan, hosts of the Wedding Therapy Podcast. We go behind the scenes of what planning a wedding can do to your mental health. Just because you are getting married doesn't mean it's always "happily ever after." Join us as we spill the tea on Wedding Therapy!
It's the last episode for 2018 and the final episode of Season 1!!! Zack and Camara sit down to discuss why they started MentaliTea, their own histories, and go over each episode of the season. Learn about how each episode came to be, some behind the scenes goodness, and what MentaliTea means to them now and moving forward. Listen in as we spill the tea on Season 1 of MentaliTea.
Today we got to talk with Kati Morton: Therapist, YouTuber, and now Author of "Are u ok? A guide to caring for your mental health." We learn about her journey into becoming a therapist, creating a massively popular Youtube channel, and what the transition was like to publishing a book. Listen in to find out more and what else Kati has in the works. Join us as we spill the tea on Therapy!
For Episode 11 of MentaliTea we sat down with Chloe Estelle to discuss Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, the Autism Spectrum and the details and differences between them. Through her many projects and experiences, we learned what it was like to grow up with Autism; form her own identity alongside her twin sister; pursue her major in college; and create an organization called Ourtism, which helps others on the Autism Spectrum to set and achieve their own goals. Beside her during this journey (and this recording!), has been her trusty service dog Benj... and we're just going to apologize ahead of time if we were a bit distracted by him at times. Join us as we spill the tea on Autism!
For episode 10 of MentaliTea we sat down with Ashley Kristoff to discuss her journey with Thyroid Cancer, from the diagnosis, to the treatment, to the years afterward. Not only did we learn of some of the warning signs and methods to cope, but we also learned of the strength and dedication it takes to push forward, and how her work at The Mighty helped her realize the importance of priotorizing her mental health post cancer. Along the way we sip on some extravagant tea while sharing laughs about what “eye of the wizard” could possibly mean (either way, we’re going to start a trend, we know it!) Please join us as we spill the tea on Cancer.
A subject so large we needed 4 people! Newlyweds Katie and Alex sit down and discuss how each of them not only handle their own mental health, but how they handle it together. From acting and yoga, to bunny rabbits and politics, Camara and Zack spill the tea on a wide range of topics as they explore the debate of Holistic vs. Pharmaceutical medicine.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to see sound? Or what musical made Camara realize she's an empath? Or what numbers Zack wants to hug? In this episode of MentaliTea, Zack and Camara sit down with the multi-talented Steven Butler to discuss his life with Synesthesia and how it has impacted his art, whether that be through dancing, choreography, editing, or directing. Even though you may not be able to see sounds, we hope you learn what it's like to see through his eyes with the sound of our voices.
Hosts Camara and Zack travel to the state capitol of California to discuss mental health in the workplace with Seth Y.. Through many laughs and cups of tea, they cover such topics as job interviews (and how badly they can go), HR, and the policies affecting both current and future employees and their mental health care.
Hosts Zack and Camara sit down with the man of many talents, Tommy McLoughlin! Through the lens of Ageism, they discuss everything from miming, to magic, to movie-making, to music. Step back in time with us, and realize you're already there.
Listen to the sounds of our voices as we discuss sound sensitivity! From finding out what scenarios can be triggers for Misophonia, to which ones just really push our buttons, to some sound advice on relationships. Let's spill the tea on Misophonia (quietly)!
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode discusses the topic of suicide.
In this episode of MentaliTea, host Camara and Zack sit down with Remy to discuss ADHD, BiPolar Disorder, and the genius that is Bo Burnham.
In this episode of MentaliTea, hosts Camara and Zack discuss the topics of Depression, OCD, and PTSD with special guest Adrian Carter. Along the way, you'll hear a special rendition of the intro by Mr. Carter, the best songs to listen to when you're feeling down, and plenty of that good good tea.