Discussions on Mental Health featuring Important guests, engaging topics and a new look inside the world of Mental Health care, education, legislation and advocacy.


February 5, 2021 30 min

We are in the midst of a mental health crisis amongst our youth. Mental illness stigma and the lack of youth education in mental health contributes to devasdtating delays in care and a void in informed support amongst peers. In Episode 3, we examine with Dr. and Canadian Senator Stan Kutcher, agruably the father of Mental Health Literacy, the solution to empowering a generation of youth with new tools to turn the tide in this crisi...

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An in depth discussion on the complexities and individual considerations of involuntary treatment with renowned mental health law expert Professor Elyn Saks. Take-aways from this episode could provide a framework to ensuring maximum compassion and better access to care for those with serious mental illness.

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April 7, 2020 10 min

The first in a long line of podcasts from Chad's Legacy Project, a Washington State-based mental health advocacy non-profit. CLP is dedicated to the advancement of mental health education, access to care and innovations in the evaluation and treatment of mental illness.

Our inaugural episode takes on the anxiety triggers related to the current COVID-19 crisis and offers resources for those that need extra help in this extra stre...

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