Episode 6 Does toxic masculinity impact on a man's mental health? Carl Binger and Joel Lesses have some theories.
In this episode you'll learn
1. How men and women experience and cope with depression differently 2. The influence of rap music on mental health and depression 3. The importance of nature and wilderness in mental health and depression
4. Who has the best chicken wings, Buffalo or Rochester, NY
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ABOUT THE GUESTS:
Carl Binger Counselor - LMHC, Podcast Host
Having served as a Counseling Pastor at his home church from 2016-2018, Carl began his own private practice on February 14th of this year, specializing in helping individuals who struggle with depression. Carl was under the influence of depression for two years prior to getting the help he needed in the form of medication in 2006.
Joel David Lesses: Director, Counselor at Education Training Center; Writer and Poet; Podcast Producer, Unraveling Religion.
Joel Lesses professional background is in educational psychology and counseling for people marginalized by trauma, addiction, and psychological distress, as well as its effects on them, such as homelessness, incarceration, and institutionalization.
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