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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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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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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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Trauma overwhelms us with lasting stress, manifesting as protective behaviors; by fully processing these physical sensations, we can free ourselves from the burdens they create. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Cedric Bertelli. Cedric is the founder of the Emotional Health Institute, a non-profit organization that aims to create commu…
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In this special live Behavioral Health Integration live episode we will dive into many important career related discussions. In this live episode we will get into the pros and cons of the mental health addiction field. We will bring up topics around the professional concerns for the future of the behavioral health field as well as what are we optim…
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), rejection sensitive dysphoria (RSD), and neurodivergence are all factors that contribute to emotional regulation challenges in our increasingly neurodivergent society. These challenges manifest in various behaviors, from unfocused attention to impulsivity, impacting daily life significantly. Failure …
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Discover how self-empowerment, root cause therapy, and reparenting can transform trauma and addiction into a journey of healing and personal growth. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Melissa Hiemann. Melissa is the co-founder of The Centre for Healing, an online education company pioneering transformative therapies since 2016. Melissa’s jo…
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Brain fog, characterized by feelings of confusion, forgetfulness, and mental cloudiness, can make even simple tasks feel overwhelming. Similarly, chronic stress as fueled by everyday’s demands, significantly impacts our mental and physical health, leaving us exhausted, irritable, and unable to cope. That's why it's crucial to prioritize self-care a…
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With the right mindset and environment, psychedelic therapy is transforming lives by addressing the root causes of mental illness and fostering lasting positive impacts on individuals and communities. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Josh Halu. Josh is the founder and CEO at The Psychedelic Exchange (PsycheX), an online platform for c…
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Brain fog is often underestimated despite its prevalence and significant impact to an individual's daily life. In fact, it's not just a temporary inconvenience; persistent brain fog can lead to heightened stress and anxiety, as individuals may struggle to keep up with their responsibilities and commitments. Additionally, because brain fog is often …
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ADHD success stories serve as powerful sources of motivation and inspiration for individuals navigating similar challenges. It is also through ADHD success stories that people get to understand further how holistic methods like neurofeedback and magnesium supplements can make a big difference. Through the integration of neurofeedback training and m…
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We often internalize messages from mirroring that may not accurately reflect who we truly are. However, the beauty of group work lies in their ability to provide an accurate mirror for self-reflection. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Tanya Cole-Lesnick. Tanya is a psychotherapist turned transformational coach whose journey from perso…
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In this special BHI live episode I have the honor and pleasure of having Justin Hesse as a special guest. Justin is the founder of Blue Line Fitness and is a 31B Military Police at Minnesota Army National Guard. I am very excited to have a great conversation with Justin regarding his motivations for entering law enforcement as well as what made him…
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Parenting is already filled with various challenges, but when your child has ADHD or falls within the neurodivergent spectrum, it can bring a unique set of joys, struggles, and uncertainties. As parents embracing neurodiversity fully, we come to understand that our children's differences are not deficits but rather aspects of their identities. Undo…
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While attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is commonly characterized by symptoms such as inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity, the emotional aspect is equally crucial yet sometimes overlooked. Emotional dysregulation in ADHD poses a significant challenge for both children and families, impacting various aspects of daily life such …
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No one is going to care about us the same way that we are going to care about ourselves. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor and Dr. Lloyd Sederer will continue their conversation on Dr. Sederer's book, "Caught in the Crosshairs of American Healthcare." In our previous episode, we delved into the harmful effects of corporate influence on patient car…
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While pharmaceutical interventions and medications have long been the go-to approach for managing ADHD symptoms, natural alternatives can also offer significant benefits and are also viable options for individuals seeking comprehensive and personalized care. From dietary adjustments to behavioral therapies and neurofeedback techniques, there exists…
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In a global comparison, the United States ranks poorly in key quality-of-life measures like longevity, preventable illnesses, and maternal and infant mortality. Despite its status, the nation grapples with high rates of chronic diseases and alarming per capita suicide figures. It's clear that significant changes are needed to address these pressing…
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ADHD and dyslexia often overlap due to similarities in symptoms or behavioral manifestations, leading to misdiagnoses and confusion among educators, parents, and even healthcare professionals. That’s why it’s imperative to understand the distinction between the two for accurate diagnosis and effective intervention strategies. For this episode, we u…
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Parenting is a rollercoaster of emotions, with highs and lows that can leave us feeling overwhelmed or stressed at times. By understanding the sources of our stress and identifying triggers, we can develop targeted strategies to manage these challenges. This proactive approach not only benefits our own well-being but also enhances our capacity to n…
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Recent statistics show that approximately 14.5% of the global population has been exposed to Lyme disease, reflecting an alarming 1 out of 7 people affected. Lyme Disease, often referred to as "the great imitator," is a complex and elusive tick-borne infection not only presents with a variety of symptoms that can resemble those of other diseases bu…
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While 'it's lonely at the top' is a widely acknowledged sentiment, the unique challenges and hidden pressures faced by executives in leadership positions often go unrecognized. The journey of being at the helm comes with distinct hurdles and isolating experiences that demand attention and understanding. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks wit…
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Rejection sensitive dysphoria (RSD) represents a significant yet frequently overlooked challenge experienced by many children, especially those with neurodivergent conditions like ADHD. As it often flies under the radar, it may lead parents, educators, and even mental health professionals to overlook its presence, resulting in undiagnosed or untrea…
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In celebration of our fourth anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year. 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…
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Support is steadfast, ever-present, regardless of circumstances or company. In every moment, in every trial, it patiently awaits. Sometimes, it's about humbly setting aside pride, embracing vulnerability, and simply reaching out. Take that step, for help is there, ready to guide you forward. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Bruce W. Brack…
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In celebration of our fourth anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year. 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 predi…
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In today’s episode of Rise Above, psychiatrist, Peter DeVries, MD, and psychologist, Nicole Stettler, PhD, discuss avoidant restrictive intake disorder (ARFID) and the latest emerging research. They explain ARFID, how it differs from picky eating and other eating disorders, and what parents and caregivers need to know.…
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In today’s episode of Rise Above, we discuss a specific type of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) known as religious scrupulosity, where a person becomes mentally and emotionally consumed by thoughts, doubts, and worries revolving around their spiritual life. Psychologists Julia Carbonella, PhD, and Johanna Younce, PhD, explain obsessions and com…
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Welcome to Rise Above: A Rogers Behavioral Health podcast, where we navigate the journey toward mental health and addiction recovery and build resilience. You’ll hear insight and practical tips from Rogers’ experts and inspiring stories of recovery from past patients. Join us as we embark on a transformative journey toward lasting wellness, togethe…
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For many parents, traditional schooling settings may not adequately address the diverse needs of their children and teens, leading them to explore alternative options. The good news is that in recent years, homeschooling has gained traction as a transformative educational alternative for families with special needs children and teens, offering a ta…
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No matter how much education you have and how much you learn, life is a lived experience. And falling into potholes is a great way to realize what’s most important and how to prioritize it. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Neha Sangwan. Neha is an CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence, empowering individuals & organizations with e…
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In celebration of our fourth anniversary, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite episodes from the past year.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 …
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The overlapping symptoms and behaviors of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) often lead to confusion and ambiguity. This confusion not only complicates the diagnostic process but also impacts the effectiveness of parenting strategies and interventions. That’s why we’re here to unravel the complexities surrou…
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Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) is a condition that may eventually gain recognition in the United States, though it may take time to be included in diagnostic manuals like the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM). And with the increasing prevalence of autism, currently affecting 1 in 27 boys and 1 in 44 births overall, conditions like PDA ar…
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In the ever-evolving landscape of neurodevelopmental disorders, the emergence of AuDHD signifies a deeper understanding of the complexities that individuals face when dealing with co-occurring autism and ADHD. And as our understanding of neurodiversity expands, it becomes increasingly crucial to explore the nuances of conditions like AuDHD, sheddin…
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Ever felt like an imposter? If you've heard or said phrases like "I'm a fraud" or "I'll never be good enough," you're not alone. Recognizing these thoughts is the first step in overcoming them. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Ragan Schriver. Ragan is an Associate Professor of Practice at the University of Tennessee College of Social …
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Motivation is a fundamental aspect of a child's ability to succeed academically, socially, and personally. However, for children with attention problems, maintaining motivation can be a significant challenge. Various factors contribute to the low or decreasing motivation observed in these children, impacting their ability to engage effectively in t…
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It was a great pleasure having Sadie Marie as a special guest on my show! In this exciting episode we will discuss Sadie 's motivation to start a podcast regarding divorce and new ways families and individuals can see divorce in a different positive light. We also get into discussion about dating topic's and certain red flags to look for while dati…
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From anxiety and depression to behavioral challenges in children, the efficacy of holistic therapies and natural remedies has garnered increasing attention and appreciation. Despite this, there remains a prevalent tendency among some to view conventional medications as the primary solution, a mindset that requires reconsideration. In today’s episod…
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The art of human-centered healthcare technology, we utilize technology and design principles to simplify and encourage actions aligned with patient well-being, while subtly discouraging actions that may not align with best practices. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Craig Joseph, MD. Craig is a seasoned physician informaticist known for h…
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Parents of neurodivergent children fear that their kids will encounter challenges they can't overcome, potentially leading to a lack of progress and feeling stuck. This fear can weigh heavily on parents throughout their parenting journey with their neurodivergent child, driving them to seek out strategies and support systems to help their children …
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People yearn to share their stories with someone who comprehends their journey. Despite differing structures, vocabularies, and contexts, they recount tales of adversity, sharing the narratives of life's challenges and setbacks. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Ardeshir Mehran. Ardeshir is a psychologist, behavioral researcher, an…
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Neurodivergent families represent a significant portion of the US population, with 25% identifying as neurodivergent. This demographic encompasses individuals who experience neurological differences such as autism, ADHD, or other mental health conditions. However, amidst these challenges, there lies opportunity for growth and resilience. By taking …
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In this special BHI episode I had the honor of having Dr. Ryan Westrum, PhD and returning special guest Richard O'Bannon on the show. Dr. Ryan Westrum, PhD, MA. is a nationally recognized psychedelic integration expert. For more than 15 years, his primary focus has been working with individuals and groups facilitating experiential therapy and integ…
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Despite its widespread occurrence, many people remain unaware of the prevalence and the profound impact neuroinflammation has on overall well-being. From children to adults, individuals from all walks of life may experience neuroinflammation, whether due to genetic predispositions, environmental factors, or underlying health conditions. And so, rec…
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In medicine, the principle of "do no harm" is fundamental. Given the historical harm caused by racism and inequities within communities, it's imperative to prioritize this perspective. We must first approach interactions through this lens and then seek to establish cultural connections, if it’s important to them. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon spea…
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Processed snacks, sugary drinks, and fast meals are everywhere in kids' lives nowadays, often taking the spotlight away from healthier, nutrient-packed foods. This shift in dietary habits raises concerns about the long-term impact on their health and well-being, as they may miss out on essential vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial nutrients cr…
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Publications such as the New England Psychologist serve as invaluable resources, providing updates on state psychological association changes and offering insightful analysis to help clinical practitioners understand the implications for their practice. In this episode, Sharlee Dixon speaks with Dr. John Grohol. John is the publisher of the New Eng…
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Treating Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS) and Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS) demands a comprehensive approach. It is thus important that we not only address the physical symptoms but also attend to the emotional and psychological well-being of both the affected…
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If your child struggles with attention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or other symptoms of ADHD, it can be challenging to know just how to help them. Increasing meltdowns, having a hard time at school, difficulty with organization, following through on tasks, or remembering what to do are all early warning signs that something is wrong. In this episo…
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition characterized by intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors that profoundly impacts the daily lives of those affected and disrupts academic performance and learning. The relentless cycle of obsessions, marked by persistent and distressing thoughts, coupled with compulsions, the repet…
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) remains one of the most widely misunderstood mental health conditions, influenced by misconceptions that tend to overshadow the impact it has on individuals' lives. And despite its prevalence, misconceptions still persist, perpetuating stigma and hindering understanding. Understanding the mechanisms underlying OC…
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Advanced pulsed electromagnetic field technology enables the application of bioregulation therapy, enhancing the body's natural healing process and facilitating self-regulation more efficiently in incredible ways. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Michael Holler and Turul Sengul from Lenyosys, a pioneer in bioregulation technology that…
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