Talk Mental Health With Dr. Logan Noone, DO

Talk Mental Health With Dr. Logan Noone, DO

I'm a psychiatry resident physician who lives with bipolar disorder. The mission of this podcast is to make listeners feel more comfortable discussing mental health. I'll share my own experiences and thoughts, but also interview other mental health advocates that have influenced my life. My life is easier living openly about my mental health, and I want to convince you to live the same way. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talk-mental-health-with-dr-logan-noone-do/support

Episodes

November 23, 2022 46 min

Greg Bogart, PharmD, BCPP, discusses his passion for Movember, a charity that raises awareness for men's mental health, testicular cancer, and prostate cancer.  Greg teaches psychiatry and pharmacy residents about psychopharmacology. We share our thoughts on how men's completion of suicide differs from other genders. Greg shares about side effects of typical antidepressant treatment. We discuss male mental health challenges...

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Dr. Rachel Shmuts, DO is a board certified Consult Liaison psychiatrist, with a particular passion for women's mental health, peri- and post-partum depression. She currently serves as program director of the psychiatry residency program at Rowan University, where I am a PGY2. We discuss how to improve the learning experience of residents and medical students. We discuss spreading ourselves too thin by taking on too many respons...

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Dr. Richard Arroyo joins yet again to discuss our intern year coming to a close, and our final days on internal medicine. We discuss what it is like to be an off-service resident on intern medicine. We discuss the challenges of dealing with this potentially intense and uncomfortable field of medicine. We talk about how this learning opportunity helped solidify concepts we learned in medical school. We discuss how we grew as residen...

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Dr. Todd Levin is Chief of Medicine at Jefferson Health - New Jersey, medical director of an LGBTQ+ primary & specialty care clinic in Haddonfield, NJ. He's a trained infectious disease specialist, and also serves on the resident wellness committee. He discusses his experience with mental health challenges as a first year resident right after graduating medical school. He discusses coping mechanisms he uses to manage th...

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Christopher Huff, LCSW, and Jason Goslin, PA, discuss their work at Haddonfield Primary & Specialty Care, An LGBTQ+ Affirming Practice. Christopher discusses this population's unique mental health challenges, and barriers to treatment. Jason manages the medical care of these patients, including patients undergoing gender transformation therapy. This conversation is fascinating and eye opening. LGBTQ+ population is a...

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Dr. Ben Greene is a 1st year resident in neuromuscular medicine, but his road there certainly wasn't smooth. He shares his experience having to go unmatched, deal with the SOAP process to scramble for a residency spot, and still found himself without a position at the end of this week. He discusses what he learned from failing one of his board exams. Ben shares how he continued to search for various positions and continue his g...

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My great friend, and first year general surgery resident, joins to discuss the whirlwind of emotions and stress we felt exactly a year ago before MATCH week. Match week is when 4th year medical students find out where they will be starting their medical residency in various specialities. Each year, there are more medical school graduates than residency spots available. 4th year medical students have spent nearly a decade towards th...

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I've known Jon Press for over 8 years through our advocacy efforts at Bipolar Magazine and other blogging. Jon comes on to discuss his life with bipolar disorder, and how his journey intertwines with transitioning to a gay man later in his life. Jon shares his experience with psychiatrists and also newer, sometimes unconventional approaches to mental illness, including ketamine and marijuana. --- This episode is sponsored by...
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I want to be able to prescribe some kind of physical therapy for emotional pain. Michael Jeanfarve, physical therapist faculty at Stanford Health Care Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency Program, discusses the mental aspects of his patient care. We discuss his teachings to his patients with chronic pain. We discuss themes we've seen in patients with comorbid physical and emotional illnesses. He also talks about how he often...
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September 19, 2021 37 min
Starting residency is hard. I'm still not even used to introducing myself as "Dr. Logan Noone." I talk with my great friend, Mark Donne, about how I started going back to therapy when I started residency. This transition from medical student to intern physician has been wild, challenging, exciting and stressful. I talk about what it's been like to have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder for ten years. I talk about...
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My great friend and psychiatry resident, Richard Arroyo, discusses his experience failing COMLEX Level 1 after his 2nd year of medical school. This exam is thought to be "the most important test you take in medical school." Richard shares his self-doubts, shame and depression he felt going through this experience. He talks about how his medical school intended to help him, but ended up acting more like a barrier at times. R...
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Dr. Tom Eglin is an Emergency Room physician, participates in wilderness search and rescue, and serves as a regional assistant deal at PNWU. He shares path towards the ER, starting in internal medicine. He discusses managing stress and burnout in medicine. We talk about the unique emotional challenges of the emergency room. We discuss coronavirus and changes in mask policies. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easie...
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Dr. Katheryn Lauer was my preceptor of my hospice rotation during my fourth year of medical school. We discuss why hospice should be a required course for medical students. Dr. Lauer explains misconceptions around hospice and palliative care, and how we could improve the system as a whole. We chat about physician assisted death, or death with dignity legislation. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to mak...
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Richard Arroyo, my fellow classmate at PNWU, and I discuss the whirlwind of emotions leading up to match day, the time we finally find out where are next stage of training is. Richard and I are both pursuing psychiatry, and potentially could even end up at the same program. We talk how the supplemental offer and acceptance program (SOAP) requires an incredible control of emotions, and delayed grieving in a sense. We discuss the imm...
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March 1, 2021 71 min
Dr. Tony Lee is a board certified neurologist and completed a fellowship in neurophysiology. He completed his residency training and fellowship at University of New Mexico, where he also served as a professor. We discuss dementia, how to improve brain health through socialization and exercise. We chat about the pathophysiology of headaches and migraines. Lastly, we chat about transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy (TMS), and why...
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February 10, 2021 63 min
Mehri Coulter (@so_bipolar) is a bipolar disorder advocate, wife, and mother of three. She has created photography exhibits that display symptoms of bipolar disorder. She openly discusses the loss of her 16 year old nephew, who lost his life to suicide from bipolar disorder as well. She shares other experiences of grief from suicide. She discusses her how pharmacogenetic testing helped her find psychiatric medication that helpe...
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Megan returns to the show for her 3rd episode! She lives with ADHD and OCD, and has been featured on Ep. 2 & 24. Today, we both share about recent experiences with depression. We talk about how the return of depression is strange and different. While we both have developed coping strategies and tools, we talk about how we still both struggled with elements of depression. We talk about coronavirus has impacted our mental health,...
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Starting to meditate is weird and awkward. I talk about how I got started, and using mantras. I talk about setting expectations for meditation, so you don't feel like you're "not good" at meditating. Meditation helped tremendously with my bipolar disorder and challenges with sleep. I share how meditation has helped improve my academic performance in medical school, and manage all the stress. --- This episode is s...
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Daniel took a medical leave during his first year of medical school from mental health challenges. He discusses his experiences with depression and anxiety, and why he decided to take a break from medical school to regroup. He shares changes he made in his life, and making his faith and religion a priority again. He also talks about the unique financial obstacles of taking a leave from medical school. --- This episode is sponsor...
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Neelou first came on the podcast for episode 3, the most downloaded episode to date! She discussed how panic attacks and anxiety caused her to leave medical school. On that original episode, she walks us through the journey of making her way back to health and medical school. Today, I follow up with her, 2 years after that recording. Neelou shares how she continues to manage her anxiety and navigate the stress of a medical student....
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