Therapy is Light
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph talks with mental health educator, Lacrisha Holcomb, MA, LCASA, NCC about the hardships and experiences she faced growing up that lead her to teach others about the benefits of therapy and mental wellness. A true light herself, she shares why she believes mental illness stigmatized within the black community and more on what her exciting future holds.Follow her on her awesome IG account: @therapyislightCheck out her website:www.therapyislight.comto learn about the wonderful things she has accomplished!
From Mother to Brother
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph talks with Mike Ortiz of Gotham Podcast Studio! He shares his very personal experience growing up with both his mother and brother diagnosed with schizophrenia. Tune in to listen to this unfiltered story of the singly most important thing we can have in life, family.
Perfectly Hidden Depression
On this episode, Steph talks with Dr. Margaret Rutherford, a clinical psychologist, who has practiced for 26 years in Fayetteville, Arkansas.She shares her background as a therapist and in-depth about a type of depression many suffer from without even realizing it called PHD aka “Perfectly Hidden Depression.” Tune in to hear all about how she discovered and treats this issue.Margaret beganblogging and podcasting in 2012 to destigmatize mental illness and educate the public about therapy and treatment. Learn more on her website,https://DrMargaretRutherford.comSubscribe to her podcast,The SelfWork PodcastYou can purchase her incredible book,Perfectly Hidden Depression: How to Break Free from the Perfectionism That Masks Your Depression,here:https://amzn.to/3bz7GCH
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph talking with fellow podcaster and food blogger, Cameron Rogers on our experiences with severe concussions. Tune in to hear how her accident not only impacted her life, but changed it completely.Follow Cameron on Instagram @freckledfoodie and check out her podcast Freckled Foodie & Friends Podcast!
Let Love Lead
Welcome back to Season 2 of HeadCase! On this episode we have mother, artist, author and mental health activist, Miriam Feldman. She shares how her life drastically changed the moment her son was diagnosed with schizophrenia 13 years ago and how those years have a continue to shape her into the tenacious woman she is today.Preorder her new book here:https://bit.ly/2LJpznCFollow her on Instagram: @mimitheriviterCheck out her website:https://www.miriam-feldman.com/
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph sits down with Robert “Bob” Hall, author of his incredible memoir,Unintended Consequences. Through insightful vignettes, he describes his life growing up after losing his father at the young age of 8. His hope is for those who’ve lost a spouse and children who’ve lost a parent can read and feel inspired from his experiences becausedespite a major missing piece, life can be unusually wonderful.
Episode 20: Souls Need Nourishment, Too
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph sits down to discuss a different approach to mental wellness with Elizabeth Tripp of Nourish the Soul. She’s a Life Activator, Light Worker, and Luminary who guides people back to themselves by overcoming the obstacles and traumas that hinder them from taking control and making the most out of life.
Episode 19: One & Many
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph sits down with sisters, Antoinette and Renee Beauchamp, life & energy coaches for their company One & Many. They discuss their focus on helping women make the most out of their lives by changing their mindset and breaking down the barriers standing in the way of achieving their ultimate goals. Make sure to purchase their incredible new workbook and follow them @oneandmanyofficial!
Episode 18 - InvisiYouth Sees You
On this episode of HeadCase, Steph speaks with Dominique Viel, the founder of the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, InvisiYouth, that focuses on helping teens and young adults around the world with various chronic illnesses and disabilities live better lifestyles and feel empowered. She goes into detail on the journey that lead her to starting the charity as well as well as the importance of mental health and wellness when dealing with chronic illnesses or disabilities.