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OC Mind Matters

OC Mind Matters

By Orange County Government Mental Health and Homelessness Division
Podcast series that seeks to provide accurate, helpful, and relevant information about mental health concerns during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Mental Health during Covid-19

OC Mind Matters

Mental Health during Covid-19

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Practicing Mindfulness with Kasie Wallace
Join Kasie Wallace as she talks about what it means to practice mindfulness.
14:51
August 4, 2021
Mindfulness By Kasie Wallace
Join us as Kasie Wallace covers Mindfulness!
14:10
August 2, 2021
Anxiety By Shampa Davie
Join us as Shampa Davie discusses Anxiety.
19:51
June 28, 2021
Peer Support By Yasmin Flasterstein
Yasmin Flasterstein talks about the importance of Peer Support
13:22
June 16, 2021
Helping a Person in Distress By Lindsay Brown, M.Ed, Ed.S
Today we'll hear from Lindsay Brown on the Topic of Talking to People in Distress.
15:37
June 15, 2021
Self Care by Tina Morgan and Andrea Vaughn
Join Tine and Andrea as they discuss the importance of self-care.
17:08
June 14, 2021
Anxiety By Shampa Davie, M.A., RMHCI
Shampa Davie Discusses Anxiety.
19:51
June 11, 2021
Mindfulness By Kasie Wallace
Join us at Kasie Wallace touches on Mindfulness.
14:55
June 11, 2021
Empathy
Welcome to the podcast Mind Matters created by Orange County Government's Mental Health and Homelessness Division as a part of the Orange County Mind Matters behavioral health initiative. Our goal in this series is to provide accurate, helpful and relevant information about mental health concerns and to share some strategies that you and your family can use to manage these challenges. We also want to spread the message loud and clear that experiencing mental health concerns especially in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic is normal, and we’re in this together. Our guest today is April Boykin, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. April is the co-owner of Counseling Resource Services.  April has a Master's Degree in Social Work from East Carolina University and over 30 years experience.  She is an accomplished educator and trainer in the areas of program evaluation, professional development, strategic planning, team building and agency management, as well as direct service topics.  April has worked in the academic, corporate and non-profit sectors, with managers, boards, and staff.  In addition, April provides direct service to families, children, adults, and seniors.
13:07
May 6, 2021
Chronic Stress
Welcome to the podcast Mind Matters! This podcast is a part of the Mind Matters behavioral health initiative led by Orange County Government. Our goal of this series is to provide accurate, helpful and relevant information about mental health concerns and to share some strategies that you and your family can use to manage these challenges. We also want to spread the message loud and clear that experiencing mental health concerns especially in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic is normal, and we’re in this together. Our guest today is Dr. Deborah Beidal, Trustee Chair, Professor of Psychology and Medical Education and the Executive Director of UCF RESTORES. UCF RESTORES is a clinical research center and treatment clinic that is transforming the way post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other trauma-related concerns are understood, diagnosed and treated.
20:39
May 6, 2021
Holistic Mental Health
Welcome to the podcast Mind Matters created by Orange County Government's Mental Health and Homelessness Division as a part of the Orange County Mind Matters behavioral health initiative. Our goal in this series is to provide accurate, helpful and relevant information about mental health concerns and to share some strategies that you and your family can use to manage these challenges. We also want to spread the message loud and clear that experiencing mental health concerns especially in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic is normal, and we’re in this together. Our guest today is Dr. David Cavalleri. David holds a doctorate in Marriage and Family Counseling from the University of Florida and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. David facilitates monthly support groups on suicide and sexual trauma, and he supports clients one on one for a variety of other mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, abuse, gender and sexual identity, trauma, substance use, parenting difficulties and relational issues. He also develops and manages community research activities in the Orlando and Tampa areas, and conducts workshops on the biology of trauma.
11:59
April 29, 2021
Mental Health during Covid-19
Welcome to the podcast, Mind Matters, hosted by the Orange County Government Mental Health and Homeless Division. Our goal is to provide accurate, helpful, and relevant information about mental health concerns and to share some strategies that you and your family can use to manage these challenges. In this episode, Dr. Lauren Josephs shares with us a message about mental health in the midst of Covid-19. Dr. Josephs is a researcher, a trainer of cultural and linguistic competency, and a licensed mental health counselor. She has extensive expertise in the areas of researching health disparities, and designing and implementing mental health interventions. Dr. Josephs is from the beautiful island of Jamaica and currently lives here in Orange County where she’s been an Orlando resident for over 20 years.
15:51
October 5, 2020