Future Of Mental Health

Future Of Mental Health

Leaders in a New Era of Mental Health. Marjorie Morrison and Patrick Kennedy talk to mental health advocates and activists that are paving the way for a better tomorrow. Listen as we feature the experts you need to be following and hear the stories behind their movements. *This Psych Hub Podcast is for educational purposes only. Visit PsychHub.com to dig deeper and access the world's most comprehensive platform for behavioral health education. © 2021 Psych Hub, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


December 14, 2022 19 mins

On this episode of the Future of Mental Health, Marjorie Morrison is ending the season with a special live episode joined by Jessica DiVento, YouTube’s Global Head of Mental Health. Jessica shares a behind-the-scenes look into how YouTube is partnering with companies that create psychoeducation content to better inform consumers and how they are using longform and short form content to appeal to all ...

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In this episode of Future of Mental Health, Marjorie Morrison is joined by Dr. Steven Hyman, MD. Dr. Hyman is a mental health and genetics expert. He is leading research into how our genes might be the key to unlocking what mental health challenges people are predisposed to.


“Many forms of mental illness share risk genes. So between bipolar and schizophrenia, ...

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In this episode of the Future of Mental Health podcast, Marjorie Morrison is joined by Craig Kramer and his son, Peter Lee-Kramer. Craig and Peter dive into their families experience navigating the mental health system and discuss the challenges they have faced both individually and as a family.



“Part of what I hope for everybody is that we can be proactive ...

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Bill Smith has had a successful political career working in campaign management, messaging research and communications, and movement building. When a family tragedy occurred, he became aware of the lack of accessible mental health care for children, teenagers, and their families. Bill decided to use his experience in politics to fight for the future of mental health through a coalition called Insepar...

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It is not common to find a psychiatrist with an MBA, but Gary Gottlieb took it upon himself to diversify his career and become involved in the policy making aspects of healthcare. In this episode, Patrick, Marjorie, and Dr. Gottlieb discuss the history and policies that impact our current healthcare system, as well as what can be done to incentivise providers to improve behavioral healthcare services...

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This week, we are resharing one of our favorite episodes from this series—one that Psych Hub's own Co-Founder and CEO, Marjorie Morrison, in the hot seat.

How do warriors cope after the enduring traumas of war? What can we learn from the military about mental health? In the second of three ‘Pillar Episodes’, Patrick J. Kennedy turns the tables on his co-host Marjorie Morrison, to ask her about her p...

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In this episode of the Future of Mental Health podcast, Marjorie Morrison and Patrick J. Kennedy speak with Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., CEO of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).


“The stigma is tremendous…. And it's no different than, heart disease, or diabetes, or any of the other diseases of our bodies. It's above our shoulders and we need to examin...

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Did you know that 80% of the 30 million Americans with eating disorders don’t receive treatment? Since recovering from anorexia as a teenager--and learning about that statistic--Kristina Saffran has been on a mission to ensure that all families have access to high quality treatment. 


“After years of kind of plugging holes in a broken system… I said, you know, ...

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Listen to a wide-ranging conversation on mental health with the 69th Governor of Ohio, John Kasich. 


Gov. Kasich has had quite the career. He ran for President during the 2016 GOP primary. He was the last candidate to leave the race and finished third in the total delegate count. His message focused on unifying Americans rather than dividing them, championing the great potential of our ci...

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In this special live episode of the Future of Mental Health podcast, Marjorie Morrison and Patrick J. Kennedy speak with Dr. Kyu Rhee, Senior Vice President and Aetna Chief Medical Officer at CVS Health.


“I'm a big believer that as we evolve from evidence based medicine–you know, we need to move towards values based care. And what are those values we have? And...

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Getting improved mental health outcomes requires better integrating mental health into our other systems, from education to justice. This week’s guest, Dr. Patrice A. Harris, has been a champion in incorporating mental health and the social determinants of health into other elements of society.


“We can't have good overall health without good mental health. We ...

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Mental health challenges, stress, and burnout are at an all-time high in the workplace. The need is now greater than ever before to  help organizations promote resilience skills as a part of their culture to have a positive impact on employees and equip them to thrive, preventing and mitigating burnout, and lessening turnover.


Join Marjorie Morrison and Patric...

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What is the Collaborative Care Model? How does it  address the mental health access crisis? What effect will it have on burnout? What barriers remain in its wide scale implementation? In this special episode, Psych Hub Clinical Director Paul Deger, and Neuroflow Senior Director of Clinical Operations Matt Miclette explore the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) with help from clips from Psych Hub’s CoCM ...

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How can we improve access to behavioral healthcare? How can we reduce the cost of care? How do we improve access for children and young people? And how do we alleviate the provider crisis? AHIP has brand-new research about mental health access that can answer some of these questions, and pose new ones.


Matthew Eyles is President & CEO of America’s Health Insur...

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Dr. Miriam E. Delphin-Rittmon is the Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Administrator of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Join Marjorie Morrison and Patrick J. Kennedy for an in-depth discussion with Dr. Delphin-...

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Marjorie Morrison and Patrick Kennedy speak with Don Mordecai, MD, about collaborative care, feedback-informed care, and Kaiser Permanente’s full ecosystem of care. 



Don Mordecai, MD, is the National Leader for Mental Health and Wellness at Kaiser Permanente. In this role, he leads national initiatives for Kaiser Perm...

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Schroeder Stribling is the President and CEO of Mental Health America, the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all. She is a lifelong social justice advocate with over 20 years of experience managing organizations focused on mental health, homelessness, poverty, and racial justice. ...

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April 27, 2022 36 mins
We all know that the US is in a mental health crisis. Fortunately, 988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This will signify that mental health is as important as physical health, and is expected to greatly increase use of the hotline. 


This week’s guest is Kimberly A. Wil...

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April 13, 2022 38 mins

Individuals from marginalized communities are not only more likely to experience mental health issues due to social determinants and institutionalized racism, they are less likely to have access to treatment for their concerns. It’s clear that increasing access to mental health care is vital to promote everyone’s health and wellness. 


Madhuri Jha, LCSW, MPH (s...

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Neurogeneticists are modern day astronauts, taking us into inner space instead of outer space to explore the undiscovered neurons and networks in our brains. They are utilizing advances in genome sequencing to better grasp the cause of brain and nerve disorders, both to improve treatment, and to reduce stigma around these conditions. 


“When I started out in th...

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