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When former @NHL goalie @CoreyHirsch removed the (goalie's) mask of mental illness, it became the greatest save of his life. Learn why in #MentalHealthMatters podcast #6 >> https://t.co/l3CyXTZ4Rm
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Guest: Corey Hirsch
Sportscaster, Former Vancouver Canucks Goaltender, Former St. Louis Blues Coach

As a Vancouver Canucks goaltender, he seemed to have it all. Corey Hirsch was at the top of his game, but he couldn’t block the dark, obsessive thoughts that raced through his mind like incessant breakaways. As a professional athlete, he was afraid of appearing weak by admitting that he needed help for mental health, so he affixed his goalie’s mask as a shield against shame. That was a quarter century ago. Today, after openly sharing his story just last year about his OCD diagnosis and ruminating suicidal thoughts, he is declaring that there’s nothing to be ashamed of by acknowledging mental illness. In fact, it is now his life’s mission.

In our first over-the-phone podcast interview, Corey Hirsch – also a goaltending coach with the St. Louis Blues for four years – tells Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW why it is essential that mental-health issues be openly discussed. “I’m not alone. We’re not alone. Mental health awareness is an enormous, unspoken problem -- not just in hockey in Canada and the United States, and not just in sports in general, but also across all other spectrums of society,” he stated on The Players’ Tribune website. “There’s nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about. We’re all just trying to get through the day. So let’s be open. Let’s talk about it.”

Let’s definitely talk about it! It’s time to #BreakDownStigma
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PODCAST EPISODE #5: December 1, 2018

With several “Mental Health Matters” podcasts now available to download on iTunes and Spotify, and with the rush of the holidays at full throttle, it’s the perfect time to revisit why mental health matters. Hear why Saint Louis Counseling Executive Director Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW wants to get the word out, not only about matters associated with mental-health conditions and how to recognize them, but also to give voice to the hope and healing that people who struggle with mental-health matters experience.

Why is that so important to Saint Louis Counseling’s executive director and licensed clinician? Because one in four people is diagnosed with a mental-health condition, and 56 percent do not seek help, often because of the stigma attached to it. Tom wants to #BreakDownStigma now so that more people will get the help they need, without feeling ashamed. It’s that simple, and that urgent.

#BreakDownStigma #MentalHealthMatters #MentalIllness

Guest: Tom Duff, MSW, LCSW
Executive Director, Saint Louis Counseling
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Saint Louis Counseling

THANK YOU for giving 7 individuals who cannot afford the therapy they need with a full course of treatment! Your #GivingTuesday donations raised more than $7,900, and we are most grateful!

THANK YOU for transforming lives and helping to #BreakDownStigma of mental illness so the people who need professional counseling won’t be afraid to get it!

THANK YOU to our matching donors: 2 Anonymous Donors and John Hoffmann, Al Rheinnecker, Saint Louis Counseling Board of Directors!

THANK YOU for making this year’s Giving Tuesday the most successful ever! Lives depend on it!
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THANK YOU for giving 7 individuals who cannot afford the therapy they need with a full course of treatment! Your #GivingTuesday donations raised more than $7,900, and we are most grateful!

THANK YOU for transforming lives and helping to #BreakDownStigma of mental illness so the people who need professional counseling won’t be afraid to get it!

THANK YOU to our matching donors: 2 Anonymous Donors and John Hoffmann, Al Rheinnecker, Saint Louis Counseling Board of Directors! 

THANK YOU for making this year’s Giving Tuesday the most successful ever! Lives depend on it!Image attachment
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