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Alec Lifschultz III

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The award winning podcast that was created to break the silence on mental health issues and give a voice to those suffering.

Latest Episodes

Episode 46: Joa Macnalie

EEducator, Mental Health professional, and best selling-author Joa Macnalie joined Alec for an interview. Joa shared her views as a behavioral therapist on the proper way to counsel others. She also talked about the meaning behind her books “The Hero in the Helmet: Colin Kaepernick" and “B is for Brotherhood”. You can find more information about her work at www.joamacnalie.com

42 MIN5 d ago
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Episode 46: Joa Macnalie

Episode 45: Konsept The Emcee

EChicago born and raised artist Konsept The Emcee joined Alec for an interview. Konsept discussed the importance of having a creative outlet growing up. He also talked about the work he does in the community mentoring troubled inner city youth.

46 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 45: Konsept The Emcee

Episode 44: Chinwude Arachie

ENCSF Certified Personal Trainer Chinwude Arachie joined Alec for a conversation about mental wellness. Chinwude talked about the association between physical health and mental health. The two shared how certain diets, exercises, and even stretching promotes a healthier lifestyle mentally. You can find more from Chinwude on her YouTube channel "Chinwude TV".

43 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 44: Chinwude Arachie

Episode 43: Joshua Smith

EWriter of "The Lion's Den" blog Joshua Smith joined Alec for a sit down conversation about mental health. He shared stories of his own personal battles and trauma. The conversation consisted of healthy ways to deal with depression, the positives of playing video games, and the importance of having people you feel safe with.

40 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 43: Joshua Smith

Episode 42: Pam Louie

ELicensed psychotherapist Pam Louie joined Alec for an interview. Pam shared different ways to deal with grief and trauma. She also discussed the different forms of depression, ways to tell if someone is dealing with PTSD, and why she is so passionate about mental health in general.

38 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 42: Pam Louie

Episode 41: Sade Callwood

EMental health advocate and future professional Sade Callwood joined Alec for a conversation about mental health in the minority community. Sade discussed her upbringing and how it shaped who she is and why she's passionate about mental health. She also gave advice and techniques on how to find a good therapist.

44 MINOCT 11
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Episode 41: Sade Callwood

Episode 40: Mark Wolynn

EPublished author and licensed therapist Mark Wolynn joined Alec for an interview about his work with trauma. Mark's book "It Didn't Start With You" attacks inherited family trauma and helps people live well adjusted lives. He shares different signs of family trauma, his personal experience with family trauma, and how to heal from it.

45 MINOCT 9
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Episode 40: Mark Wolynn

Episode 39: Crystal Harris

ELicensed social worker Crystal Harris joins the show to have a discussion about mental health. Crystal shared her first encounter with someone battling Schizophrenia and how it pushed her to work in this field. The conversation steered towards October being domestic violence awareness month.

42 MINOCT 4
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Episode 39: Crystal Harris

Episode 38: Janae Black

EAlec was joined by Janae Black for a discussion about suicide prevention. Janae started a non profit organization called BAlive (Be Alive) to promote suicide awareness and prevention.

44 MINSEP 27
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Episode 38: Janae Black

Episode 37: Tia Smith

ETia Smith works as a Nurse during the day but she also started a nonprofit organization called "BeMindfulLife". She joins Alec to talk about suicide prevention, how desensitized this country has become, and her organization.

40 MINSEP 20
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Episode 37: Tia Smith

Latest Episodes

Episode 46: Joa Macnalie

EEducator, Mental Health professional, and best selling-author Joa Macnalie joined Alec for an interview. Joa shared her views as a behavioral therapist on the proper way to counsel others. She also talked about the meaning behind her books “The Hero in the Helmet: Colin Kaepernick" and “B is for Brotherhood”. You can find more information about her work at www.joamacnalie.com

42 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Episode 46: Joa Macnalie

Episode 45: Konsept The Emcee

EChicago born and raised artist Konsept The Emcee joined Alec for an interview. Konsept discussed the importance of having a creative outlet growing up. He also talked about the work he does in the community mentoring troubled inner city youth.

46 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 45: Konsept The Emcee

Episode 44: Chinwude Arachie

ENCSF Certified Personal Trainer Chinwude Arachie joined Alec for a conversation about mental wellness. Chinwude talked about the association between physical health and mental health. The two shared how certain diets, exercises, and even stretching promotes a healthier lifestyle mentally. You can find more from Chinwude on her YouTube channel "Chinwude TV".

43 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 44: Chinwude Arachie

Episode 43: Joshua Smith

EWriter of "The Lion's Den" blog Joshua Smith joined Alec for a sit down conversation about mental health. He shared stories of his own personal battles and trauma. The conversation consisted of healthy ways to deal with depression, the positives of playing video games, and the importance of having people you feel safe with.

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 43: Joshua Smith

Episode 42: Pam Louie

ELicensed psychotherapist Pam Louie joined Alec for an interview. Pam shared different ways to deal with grief and trauma. She also discussed the different forms of depression, ways to tell if someone is dealing with PTSD, and why she is so passionate about mental health in general.

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 42: Pam Louie

Episode 41: Sade Callwood

EMental health advocate and future professional Sade Callwood joined Alec for a conversation about mental health in the minority community. Sade discussed her upbringing and how it shaped who she is and why she's passionate about mental health. She also gave advice and techniques on how to find a good therapist.

44 MINOCT 11
Comments
Episode 41: Sade Callwood

Episode 40: Mark Wolynn

EPublished author and licensed therapist Mark Wolynn joined Alec for an interview about his work with trauma. Mark's book "It Didn't Start With You" attacks inherited family trauma and helps people live well adjusted lives. He shares different signs of family trauma, his personal experience with family trauma, and how to heal from it.

45 MINOCT 9
Comments
Episode 40: Mark Wolynn

Episode 39: Crystal Harris

ELicensed social worker Crystal Harris joins the show to have a discussion about mental health. Crystal shared her first encounter with someone battling Schizophrenia and how it pushed her to work in this field. The conversation steered towards October being domestic violence awareness month.

42 MINOCT 4
Comments
Episode 39: Crystal Harris

Episode 38: Janae Black

EAlec was joined by Janae Black for a discussion about suicide prevention. Janae started a non profit organization called BAlive (Be Alive) to promote suicide awareness and prevention.

44 MINSEP 27
Comments
Episode 38: Janae Black

Episode 37: Tia Smith

ETia Smith works as a Nurse during the day but she also started a nonprofit organization called "BeMindfulLife". She joins Alec to talk about suicide prevention, how desensitized this country has become, and her organization.

40 MINSEP 20
Comments
Episode 37: Tia Smith
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