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.

Episodes

November 17, 2021 67 min
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.
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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 34 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.
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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.
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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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February 10, 2021 59 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.
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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.
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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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Monica is a 2nd year medical student who I met playing basketball years ago. She has lived with depression, but in a variety of situations. She attributes her first severe episode of depression after she was accidentally poisoned and spent days in the ICU. She talks about how her mind changed after this trauma. She then discusses her experience with depression after the birth of her second child, and how COVID is making this obstac...
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November 4, 2020 54 min
This is the story of a NCAA All American runner who shares her experiences with bipolar disorder. She talks about dealing with bulimia nervosa, and depression. She shares how she feels her bipolar disorder helped her athletic performance. We discuss our different relationships with sleep and exercise. We talk about coping strategies we've both developed to manage bipolar disorder. Sarah also shares her path in nursing school, a...
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Bruce Dechert has over 30 years of experience working in substance abuse treatment. We met while working at a recovery center together, and I think of him as a mentor. Bruce enjoys focusing on family dynamics, and customizing patient's needs in joint sessions with their loved ones. We discuss addiction, recovery, COVID, and communication.
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My mother, Rochelle Clementson, comes on to discuss where we got the idea for our children's book, "We ALL have Something." We talk about how my friendships growing up influenced the creation of this story. My mother was an elementary art teacher for decades, and helped make this story appropriate for kids age 5 - 12. We discuss the challenges we faced, and our hope for how this story helps your family.
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I speak with Irasema, a medical student, for her second time on my podcast (Ep. 16). We discuss the stress and challenges of starting medical school, and Imposter Syndrome. We dive into how COVID has impacted Irasema's personal life significantly, and also how it has changed in academic experience. As a Latina woman, Irasema describes what the BLM movement means to her, and changes she hopes to see.
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August 29, 2020 139 min
Jeremy, a 3rd year medical student, discusses his challenges as an international student in the midst of COVID. Jeremy gives the audience a glimpse of his experience as a black, gay man. We talk about Jacob Blake, Black Lives Matter, and how white people can talk about race relationships. Jeremy talks about being gay, and how that has impacted his mental health. We discuss how religion impacts the LGBTQ community. We talk about the...
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My former roommate, and one of my closest friends, Sean Tobler, comes on the podcast to chat all things 2020. We discuss Coronavirus, the 2020 elections, BLM, healthcare policy and more. We talk about managing mental health as a salesperson, especially during a severe recession. We had a blast on this podcast, and I look forward to Sean coming back on the show.
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Dr. Ashley Roxanne Peterson is a resident family physician in Atlanta, GA. She discusses her experiences as a black woman, physician, and business owner. We talk about the definition of an "ally" to the black community. I discuss some of the intrinsic bias I've identified in myself through these past few weeks. We talk about Black Lives Matters, and how our society can learn and improve. We had a great conversation abou...
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