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Zen and the Art of Winning: Phil Jackson’s Team Leadership https://t.co/5MPN8fLjq8

Don’t mess w/ two moms on a mission! Especially Amanda Bollenbach & Sarah Springer who are committed to helping new moms struggling w/ #postpartumdepression get the counseling they need – free of charge. Check out this week's #MentalHealthMatters podcast: https://t.co/AzKkCYoAAq

Today we had the honor of hosting a lunch-&-learn w/ The Kaufman Fund/VA Mental Health Collaborative. Thanks to the agencies partnering to provide #mentalhealth support to men & women who served in the US military!
@kaufman_fund @LFCSMO @STL_JFCS @MOVE_STL @wustl @DeptVetAffairs

A perfect day to dream of great things...
#WednesdayWellness #BreakDownStigma #MentalHealth

Due to the government shutdown, February SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits were distributed to participants in late January. No new benefits will be provided again... https://t.co/Ee00mYG8Mp

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Today we had the honor of hosting a lunch-and-learn with The Kaufman Fund/VA Mental Health Collaborative, which provided clinicians and administrators from the partnering agencies with a greater understanding of the unique challenges faced by veterans and their families and how to provide the #MentalHealth care they need. Presentations centered on understanding #military culture and terminology and future #veteran client treatment options/common needs. Thanks to all the agencies that are participating in this much-needed endeavor to provide support to the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military!
The Kaufman Fund, Lutheranchildrenfamiysevices, Jewish Family & Children's Service of St. Louis, Missouri Veterans Endeavor, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs,
Washington University in St. Louis
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Today we had the honor of hosting a lunch-and-learn with The Kaufman Fund/VA Mental Health Collaborative, which provided clinicians and administrators from the partnering agencies with a greater understanding of the unique challenges faced by veterans and their families and how to provide the #MentalHealth care they need. Presentations centered on understanding #military culture and terminology and future #veteran client treatment options/common needs. Thanks to all the agencies that are participating in this much-needed endeavor to provide support to the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military!
The Kaufman Fund, Lutheranchildrenfamiysevices, Jewish Family & Childrens Service of St. Louis, Missouri Veterans Endeavor, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, 
Washington University in St. Louis

MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS PODCAST EPISODE #11
February 15, 2019

Guests: Amanda Bollenbach & Sarah Springer

Co-founders, Love Will Foundation

Summary:

Don’t mess with two moms on a mission! Especially Amanda Bollenbach and Sarah Springer who, with eight kids between them, are committed to helping new moms struggling with postpartum depression get the counseling they need – free of charge. What grew out of a T-shirt brainchild promoting the message, “#StopHate,” is a full-grown non-profit named Love Will Foundation. Outfitted with a desire to give back to the community and a passion to end the stigma associated with postpartum depression, the two co-founders are on a mission to let new moms know that they are not alone. And, that help is available.

In relationships, communication is key. But when a woman starts feeling more than the typical “baby blues” after the birth or adoption of a child, it often becomes more difficult for her to say out loud – even to her spouse, siblings, friends or parents -- that she may be depressed. That’s why Love Will Foundation is not only raising funds to provide free counseling but also is upping the conversation ante to help new moms and the people in their lives talk about the loneliness, guilt, sadness and all that they may be experiencing. Hear why the topic is close to the hearts of Amanda and Sarah, as they talk about their own postpartum journeys with clinician-at-heart, Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW, in this week’s episode of Mental Health Matters.

#PostPartumDepression #MentalHealth #NewMoms #MentalHealthMatters

With our Friends
Love Will Foundation
Washington University Perinatal Behavioral Health Service
@PostpartumDepressionAwareness
Fishel Chiropractic
Catholic Charities St. Louis
Archdiocese of Saint Louis
NAMI St. Louis
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Lady Gaga’s acceptance speech for #Shallow at the Grammy Awards hit one of the highest notes of the evening so far, shining light on #mentalhealth issues. “They are so important,” she stated. “And a lot of artists deal with that. And we’ve got to take care of each other. So, if you know somebody that’s hurting, don’t look away. And, if you’re hurting, even though it might be hard, try to find that bravery within yourself to dive deep and go tell somebody and take them up in your head with you.”

Thank you, Lady Gaga. And congratulations!
#AStarIsBorn
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PODCAST EPISODE #11: February 8, 2019

Guest: Dr. Jackie Landess, M.D., J.D.
Assistant professor in the Division of Forensic Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, Saint Louis University School of Medicine;
Department co-director of medical student education and assistant training director, Forensic Psychiatry fellowship program

Summary:
What is being done to provide mental-health care to people at risk of incarceration? And how can an eye for compassion help them to regain and maintain their dignity in a system that thrives on retributive justice? With both a medical degree and law degree, Jackie Landess, M.D., J.D. delves into correctional psychiatry with Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW, exploring some of the reasons why people with a history of mental illness and without the resources they need, often find themselves cycling through the criminal justice system.

Each year, according to the National Alliance for Mental Illness, two million people with a mental illness are jailed – the vast majority of whom are not violent criminals. What are communities doing to help people stay well or intervene in order to maintain their mental health and reduce the endless cycle of incarceration? Learn how Dr. Landess is promoting mental wellness for the whole person, where people’s basic needs are met first and judgment is sidelined, in the 11th episode of #MentalHealthMatters.

With--
Sluhealth
SLUCare
NAMI St. Louis
FOCUS St. Louis
Catholic Charities St. Louis
Archdiocese of Saint Louis
@AmericanPsychiatricAssociation
The Missouri Bar
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A perfect day to dream of great things!
#WednesdayWellness #BreakDownStigma #MentalHealth
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A perfect day to dream of great things!
#WednesdayWellness #BreakDownStigma #MentalHealth
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