The Psych Hub Podcast: The Future of Mental Health

The Psych Hub Podcast: The Future of Mental Health

The Psych Hub Podcast is uncovering the future of mental health. Listen each week as we bring in guests that have overcome mental health concerns such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, bipolar, substance use, caregiver burnout, PTSD and more. But, we can't just stop there. You'll also hear from organizational leaders in the mental health space that are tackling solutions to address the nationwide mental health crisis. Plus, we'll provide brain health tips of the week from mental health advocate Kevin Hines! © 2021 Psych Hub, LLC. All Rights Reserved.... Show More

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March 3, 2021 31 min

In Psych Hub's interview with Solome Tibebu, you'll learn about the frontier technologies transforming mental health, equity, and access. 

As the Director of the Upswing Fund, a philanthropic fun seeded by Melinda Gates' Pivotal Ventures, Solome is dedicated to shaping the future of mental health for adolescents who are of color and/or LGBTQ+.

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Psych Hub interviews Kim Keck, President and CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, the first female leader in its 40-year history. 

Kim shares her commitment to combatting long-standing social issues influencing mental health.

You'll hear why your zip code can be a more significant factor to your overall health than your genetic code.

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In Psych Hub's interview with Johnny Taylor, CEO at SHRM, we'll cover why we all long for diversity. However, workforces underestimated just how complicated diversity is to manage. Johnny will share why empathy helps bridge that gap between diversity and inclusion. 


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There’s a big difference between mental health and mental healthcare. In Psych Hub’s interview with Thomas Insel, MD, (Co-founder of Humanest), he’ll share all about neuroplasticity and the 3 P's of mental health.

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In Psych Hub's interview with Chirlane McCray, you'll hear how she has redefined the role of First Lady of New York City, managing a robust portfolio to advance an ambitious agenda in support of all New Yorkers and was recognized as the 2019 “World Health Organization Champion.”

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With the boundaries between work/life balance becoming blurred, Dr. Jessica DiVento shares the innovative work that Google + YouTube are doing to prevent burnout and empower employees to foster healthy, inclusive discussions.  


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Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America , has held multiple mental health related positions throughout his 40-year career.

As a mental health advocate, he shares his passion for early intervention, social emotional learning, and integrated approaches to recovery.

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Cynthia Germanotta, Lady Gaga's mother, is the World Health Organization's Goodwill Ambassador for Mental Health. 

She and her daughter co-founded the Born This Way Foundation to support adolescent mental health, empowering them to build a kinder, braver world.

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In Psych Hub's interview with RADM Kleiman, he shares how the National Guard Bureau is bridging the gap between physical and mental health for its 450,000 members. 

When you think of the military, you think of these very fit members that are going to war. However, physical fitness is only a small percentage of what member need to be fit now. 

RADM Kleiman will share the importance of resilience to cope with stress and hardship....

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Psych Hub interviews Cara McNulty, DPA, President of Aetna Behavioral Health (a CVS Health Company). 

As a highly regarded leader and population health scientist, she shares her passion for breaking down barriers in employee assistance programs and addressing social determinants of health to lift up communities instead of just pockets. 

Additionally, Cara will cover the free resources Aetna has put together to help cope during the ...

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In Psych Hub's interview with Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, she shares self-care tips, how to choose a therapist, and what to expect during therapy. 

Throughout all of the patients and questions Lori has encountered, she has noticed a universal theme: We all have a story and we only see one version of it. 

That’s why she recommends therapy as a great so...

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In our interview with Patrick Conway, MD, MSc, CEO of Care Solutions at Optum (part of UnitedHealth Group), he will share the work being done to drive change faster. 

Because of his time spent at the bedside as a physician, he is always looking at what Optum can do to make things easier for the patient. 

From first-hand experience, he'll admit navigating the mental health care system as a family member, a physician, and patient...

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In our interview with Kate Snow, NBC News correspondent and Sunday NBC Nightly News anchor, she opens up about living in the spotlight, raising two kids, and the importance of disconnecting. 

Her passion is reporting out on the mental health stories no one is talking about, like the opioid crisis, suicide, therapy and more.

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Dr. Arthur C. Evans, Jr., chief executive officer and executive vice president of the American Psychological Association, addresses barriers and the work that is being done behind the scenes on population health, early intervention and comparable spend in mental health as physical health. 

Understanding racially motivated speech and disparities, and the way they impact mental health, is extremely timely, and important for creating ...

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Josh Groban, multi-platinum, award winning singer/songwriter, shares his personal experience with anxiety and an attention deficit disorder. 

Josh shares how the arts have always been an avenue for him to find balance, and why he is so passionate about the link between musical education and mental health. In order to create a future of mental health where youth are raised to embrace their wellbeing, we need systemic change to make ...

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Co-hosts Marjorie Morrison, Psych Hub co-founder and chief executive officer, and former U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy, Psych Hub co-founder, share their 'why' behind the podcast. Mental health issues have always been pervasive, but COVID-19 has substantially accelerated their impact, and Psych Hub felt an obligation to utilize its vast platform to help the greater public weather these challenging times.

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