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Our podcast is designed to share unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities, and bring them a behavioral and mental health perspective.

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Dr. Graham Taylor

Graham Taylor, PhD, is the host of Behavioral Health Today. Graham is the Chief Learning Officer at Triad Behavioral Health, and is also a clinical psychologist with experience in hospitals, private practice, and test prep for the past 25 years.

Graham is a wonderful conversationalist who brings a wealth of knowledge on the topics we cover on the podcast - and through it, to our audience.

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Environmental Mindfulness & Immersive Wellness with Joshua Sam Miller – Episode 188

Environmental Mindfulness & Immersive Wellness with Joshua Sam Miller – Episode 188

The combination of music and nature can be a transformative one and a powerful tool to increase immersion and promote mindfulness in one’s life. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Joshua Sam Miller. Joshua is a multi-disciplinary artist, environmentalist, and conscious entrepreneur on a mission to connect people to the natural world through immersive art. Recently, he has been an advocate for the importance of ocean conservation through Sounds of the Ocean, an immersive mindful experience which blends the arts and sciences to connect with marine life through sound. Joshua has committed himself to music as his primary expression since 2018. His music is inspired by the lineages of Nada Yoga, Afro-Cuban rhythm, Indian Raga, Jewish and Sufi mysticism, and Jazz with the goal of creating immersive content to support healthy lives and inspire meaningful action.

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The Indianapolis Colts are Kicking the Stigma with Steve Campbell – Episode 187

The Indianapolis Colts are Kicking the Stigma with Steve Campbell – Episode 187

We recognize that the stigma around mental health is preventing people from getting help. About 33% of all college students experience significant symptoms of depression, anxiety other mental health conditions, but only about 30% seek help. Talking about specifically college athletes, we know that only about 10% seek help. Despite this, data shows that up to 35% of these elite athletes suffer from some mental health crisis. With a program like Kicking the Stigma, a platform for vulnerable athletes to be open about their mental health, the Indianapolis Colts are addressing stigma in mental health and showing the world the power of vulnerability. In this episode Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Steve Campbell. Steve has more than 25 years of experience working in all levels of media, community programming, and public service.

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How to Prepare for the ASWB Social Work Licensing Exam with Natalie Liberman, LCSW LMFT – Episode 186

How to Prepare for the ASWB Social Work Licensing Exam with Natalie Liberman, LCSW LMFT – Episode 186

Oftentimes we’ll come at the licensing exam like we did other exams during our academic career, but the ASWB Social Work Licensing Exam is a whole other beast. We encourage taking the exam content and applying a learning process, that’s based on research, that’s going to enhance the encoding, retention, and recall of this material. If we can approach the Social Work Licensing Exam with a plan, and enhance what we can do, but let’s do it strategically. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Natalie Liberman, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Natalie has been a faculty at Gerry Grossman Seminars (since 2012), and an Adjunct Faculty at Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology (since 2015). In her private practice, Natalie works with an array of clients dealing with substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, career and life transitions, sexual problems, social anxiety disorders, communication issues, self-esteem, and general quality of life issues. Today, we'll be focusing on Natalie's expertise as an exam prep expert and coach and talking about early career experiences and preparing for the Social Work Licensing Exam.

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