The Behavioral Corner “where healing happens,” is a podcast dedicated to informing and educating the community by utilizing the widest range of topics, expert guests, latest news, and research spanning the field of behavioral health. The BehavioralCorner will serve as a digital doorway featuring podcasts, videos, blog posts, and interactive engagement with the audience. Our goal is to arm people with the facts and answer the questions surrounding the healthcare issues confronting us all. Simply put, The Behavioral Corner seeks to be a central point, a place to learn, share, and educate ourselves as we work our way to a safer and healthier life. A place where “healing happens.”
Depression? Anxiety? It’s often helpful when looking for advice to ask someone who’s been there, done that. Hadassa Delhomme is just such a person.
Mental health and substance abuse treatment are stated priorities of the government in Pennsylvania. How well are they doing? Join us on the Behavioral Corner and fine out with investigative reporter Ed Mahon from Spotlight PA.
After 17 years sober Donna Howard relapsed. She stumbled but did not fall. Donna shares her story of substance abuse, relapse, and recovery this time on the Behavioral Corner.
If you think you know about hypnosis, “look into my eyes.” Join us and our guest, Dr. Steve Eichel, board licensed and certified psychologist, for everything you’ll ever need to know about hypnosis, this time on the Behavioral Corner.
For many, coming out to your loved ones is often a difficult decision. For Tyrone Best, our guest this time on the Behavioral Corner, being queer wasn’t the only secret he needed to share, his growing heroin addiction was another.
LGBTQ+ issues. Come out on the Behavioral Corner.
The hills are alive with the sound of …
As we emerge from over a year without live music, World Music Day arrives. To note this celebration of music and its clear benefit to our behavioral health, Philadelphia music mavens Denny Somach and Anita Gevinson, join us on the Corner.
PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder has been a large part of Pat Bondurant’s life and career. Join us on the Behavioral Corner as she tells us her story of overcoming PTSD and her work in helping others do the same.
Kyle Buller had a near-death experience that changed the direction of his life. Searching for the meaning of his brush with eternity led him to the field of psychedelic-assisted therapy. From LSD to ecstasy, this time on the Behavioral Corner.
From building a Championship Philadelphia 76er’s basketball team to hunting for buried pirate treasure, Pat Croce has lived an outsized life. Setting goals in business and meeting challenges are a way of life, and now he’s taking on cancer. Pat’s our guest this time on the Corner with his new spiritual journey and his work with the American Cancer Society. Learn all about "HEALED” next time on the Behavioral Corner.
Wil Altera is a career law enforcement officer with a unique perspective on police work. Officer Altera joins us on the Corner this time to explain the stresses and challenges facing law enforcement post-George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others too numerous to mention.
Peter Schorr and Ken Kosza from Retreat Behavioral Health join us on our 50th episode. Our underwriter partners will paint a broad picture highlighting topics from treating depression to the scourge of fentanyl. Peter describes the work of Retreat’s Synergy Health Programs and the future of telemedicine.
All stories of substance abuse and recovery are the same, except they’re different. Josh Mohr’s memoir “Model Citizen” proves the point. An honest, raw look at one man’s journey through addiction, warts and all. Join us this time on the Behavioral Corner.
*But Were Afraid To Ask?
Few things can disturb our behavioral health more often than money. Do I have enough? Can I save more? How should I plan for the future? And what in the world is “cryptocurrency “? Bitcoin, next time on The Behavioral Corner.
Former Philadelphia Flyer Chris Therien joins us this time on The Behavioral Corner. Chris relates his battles on and off the ice and shows us there is a life after sports and alcohol abuse.
Michele Finneran takes stress, in all its varieties, very seriously. Dr. Finneran helps her patients manage stress and has helped many first responders deal with their stressful jobs.
Dealing and managing stress, this time on the Behavioral Corner.
It’s called “history” for a reason. The role of women in this story is often slighted, while the role of black women is almost nonexistent.
Kalela Williams, author, artist, historian, devotes her work to a fuller explanation of women in history. She’s our guest this time on The Behavioral Corner.
We all have our “ups and downs.” So does Tanya Ruhl. Only her moods often swing dramatically, from very high to crushingly low. Tanya, Communications Project Manager at Retreat Behavioral Health, joins us this time on the Corner discussing her struggle with and managing bipolar disorder.
Karmai Alexander knows first hand the damage trauma can cause. She also knows trauma and its aftermath can be overcome. Karmai found relief from her PTSD through art. She’s hanging with us this time on the Behavioral Corner with her story and her artwork as well.
Nikki Soda had “game.” An elite athlete growing up in a supportive middle-class family, Nikki was the golden girl, a competitor who loved to win. None of it mattered, though, once she began drinking.
Nikki joins us on the Behavioral Corner this time to share the “game plan” that returned her to sobriety. As always, come hang with us on the Corner.
Cancer arrived in Suzanne Miller’s life with a cruel vengeance. As she and her family dealt with her husband’s diagnosis, Suzanne discovered her own cancer. On the Corner this week, a family’s battle with cancer and the role yoga played in this survivor’s story.
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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
Take yourself back in time...back to high school. The ups and downs, the loves the losses, the struggles the triumphs, being together with your friends...feeling every emotion of it. Is 23 more than just a number to you? Do you respond to people by saying I don't wanna be anything other than what I've been trying to be lately? Do you expect to have life-changing moments while caught in the confetti or the rain? Are you One Tree Hill obsessed?...it's OK...we're here for you. You can sit with us. Are Brooke, Peyton and Haley your BFF goals? These Drama Queens are getting back together!! Bethany Joy Lenz, Hilarie Burton and Sophia Bush are the biggest Drama Queens and they are here with you to dissect every episode, deliver every detail you must know, and devote themselves to you as you rewatch every single scene together. Join Joy, Hilarie and Sophia each week. Relive it, Relove it, Rewatch it ...every One Tree Hill minute of it. Be a Drama Queen. Drama Queens, an iHeartRadio Podcast.