Can+Did, a TN Voices Podcast

Can+Did, a TN Voices Podcast

Can+Did is a podcast of TN Voices about mental health, featuring stories of people who have overcome mental health challenges, as well as those who have helped people overcome mental health challenges. This podcast is about authenticity, and is intended to give a voice to those who are passionate about mental well being. We hope that by sharing stories, listeners will understand mental health, how important it is and help us reduce stigma. We want you to know that so many who have struggled with mental health CAN and DID overcome their challenges. If you are struggling, you can too.

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January 19, 2022 7 min

This guided meditation is intended to help you connect to deep joy that you may be missing, because you may have been in a state of languishing. Languishing means "to suffer from being forced to remain in an unpleasant situation." Some say this has been a dominant emotion in the past year. After all that we have been through, languishing may feel like you're looking at life through a foggy lens.

Maybe you lack motivation...

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TN Voices is pleased to release this impactful and instructional video “Story of Hope: From Languishing to Flourishing,” along with a mental health toolkit, available NOW on TNVoices.org. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, TN Voices has been able to assist those in need for as little as FREE. This video and toolkit are crucial to ensure that no Tennessean goes without the mental health support they desperately need. Story of Hope, a...

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December 31, 2021 60 min

In this episode, Cohost Will Voss talks with his barber about the mental health connection that happens in the styling chair. Not only can a barber provide necessary human touch, but some of the deepest and most meaningful conversations can occur when someone is in a vulnerable position with the expert in charge of their appearance. Voss talks with his celebrated barber, entrepreneur and musician Antwan Cook of Legends' Club Na...

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December 31, 2021 33 min

In this episode, Host Rikki Harris talks with her hair stylist about the mental health connection that happens in the styling chair. Not only can a stylist provide necessary human touch, but some of the deepest and most meaningful conversations can occur when someone is in a vulnerable position with the expert in charge of their appearance. Harris talks with her renowned hairstylist Kelly Barclay of Wild Iris Salon. Settle in as we...

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October 19, 2021 43 min

In this episode, CAN+DID hosts Rikki Harris and Will Voss talk with Bill Fondren, who has Bipolar 2 Disorder, along with symptoms of anxiety, ADD, and OCD. Fondren is 52 years old, was diagnosed with BP2 at age 33, and believes that it first started affecting him when he was 18. But at age 18, Fondren says he couldn't articulate what he was experiencing. So, he just toughed it out. Fondren says he felt awful much of the tim...

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September 29, 2021 40 min

In this episode, TN Voices CEO Rikki Harris and COO Will Voss talk with Monty Burks, PhD, CPRS, Director of Faith Based Initiatives for the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. The three discuss how faith, in whatever form that may take, has not only given them a second chance, but also given them the tools they need to help others connect to mental health and recovery. 

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September 10, 2021 31 min

TN Voices COO Will Voss talks with Jasmine Taylor-McHaney about how lived experience prepares many of those who work in the mental health field to help their clients and their families. They explore the contributions that fresh, new perspectives offer in the scope of everything TN Voices does.

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September 10, 2021 39 min

TN Voices CEO Rikki Harris and COO Will Voss are back, and this time they talk about how lived experience prepares many of those who work in the mental health field to help their clients and their families. They explore the contributions that years of experience, as well as fresh, new perspectives offer in the scope of everything TN Voices does. In the first half, Rikki talks with Kathy Rodgers, who has years of experience in treat...

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September 10, 2021 55 min

In this episode of Can+Did, TN Voices CEO Rikki Harris and COO Will Voss get deeply personal about their purpose, what led them to this profession, and how they've managed to help others on the team focus on the most important question: the WHY.

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September 10, 2021 56 sec

Subscribe to listen to TN Voices' ALL NEW podcast CAN+DID! Can+did is a podcast about mental health featuring stories of people who have overcome mental health challenges as well as those who have helped people overcome mental health challenges. This podcast is about authenticity and is intended to give a voice to those who are passionate about mental well being. We hope that by sharing stories listeners will understand...

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