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We all want to experience life satisfaction and emotional health. But getting to that place is another matter. From lockdowns to isolation, ongoing racial injustice to political turmoil, lost lives and lost jobs — this past year has tested our minds and bodies in profound ways. During the Addy Hour podcast, we’ll discuss topics at the intersection of brain science, mental health, faith, culture, & social justice. Join us for dynamic conversations and insights based on the lived experience an ...
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Feel mad about feeling bad about feeling sad? Your hosts, Nelly and Juno, kick down the doors to face the big, fat elephant in the room - mental health with unfiltered conversations. We're young, badass Asian American women with ADHD who are fed up pretending to be fine, so here’s to cutting the crap. Grab a coffee and join in on the laughs, the cries, and everything in-between as we share our authentic experiences and struggles working, adulting, and occasionally f*cking around through our ...
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Join in for a deeply honest and candid conversation with recording artist, speaker, professor, and writer, Sho Baraka. We waste no time, diving quickly into personal discussions about emotional wellness and mental health. We consider ways to normalize mental health conversations to positively impact our lives and society. Intertwined with these top…
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A discussion about the journey to understanding Progression in Learning in the context of Curriculum for Wales, chaired by Rachel Bendall from University of Wales Trinity Saint David, with Abigail Davies of Ysgol y Strade, and Debbie Moon of Partneriaeth, members of the Camau group.Av Llywodraeth Cymru | Welsh Government
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Trafodaeth am y daith i ddeall Cynnydd mewn Dysgu yng nghyd-destun Cwricwlwm i Gymru, dan gadeiryddiaeth Rachel Bendall o Brifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant gydag aelodau o'r grŵp Camau, Abigail Davies o Ysgol y Strade, a Debbie Moon o Partneriaeth.Av Llywodraeth Cymru | Welsh Government
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An engaging, thought-provoking and at times humorous conversation with three transformative scientists and leaders. We’ll hear about their journeys and learn about the opportunities and challenges they’ve encountered and embraced along the way. This is a truly refreshing discussion amongst leaders and role models who are empowering people and commu…
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Proposals are in place to ‘re-balance’ the school year in Wales by changing some term lengths. In this podcast three head teachers discuss the implications – positive and negative - with Tegwen Ellis, Chief Executive of the National Academy for Educational Leadership Wales. The Consultation closes on 12th February 2024.…
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Mae cynigion ar waith i 'ail-gydbwyso'r flwyddyn ysgol yng Nghymru drwy newid hyd y tymor. Yn y podlediad hwn, mae tri phrifathro yn trafod y goblygiadau - cadarnhaol a negyddol - gyda Tegwen Ellis, Prif Weithredwr Academi Genedlaethol Arweinyddiaeth Addysgol Cymru. Mae'r ymgynghoriad yn dod i ben ar 12fed Chwefror 2024.…
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This week, psychiatrist, researcher, and author Dr. Sam Wilkinson, joins for a thought-provoking episode on topics encompassing faith, science, meaning and purpose. In this candid conversation, Sam shares honestly about his personal journey reconciling the common perceived opposition between faith and science. Along the way, we’ll hear important in…
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This week, I welcome two pioneers who’ve been deeply engaged in medical practice and training, research, health disparities, and community interventions for years. Dr. Kendra Outler and Dr. Pebbles Fagan join to share their experiences working in academic, government and military arenas, in urban and rural areas, and with marginalized communities. …
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Curriculum for Wales asks practitioners to think differently about curriculum design. A successful pilot project to explore a ‘backwards design’ approach, resulting in learning with purpose, is discussed by Professional Advisor Yvonne Roberts-Ablett and colleagues from the pilot. For more information about the pilot project https://hwb.gov.wales/re…
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Mae Cwricwlwm i Gymru yn gofyn i ymarferwyr feddwl yn wahanol am gynllunio’r cwricwlwm. Mae’r prosiect peilot llwyddiannus yn archwilio dull 'cynllunio tuag at yn ôl', gan arwain at ddysgu pwrpasol, yn cael ei drafod gan Alun Jones sy’n Gynghorydd Proffesiynol a chydweithwyr o'r peilot. Mae mwy o wybodaeth am y peilot yma https://hwb.gov.wales/repo…
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This week, I’m joined by activist, educator, and author, Kim Samuel. As a leading voice in the global movement for belonging, Kim takes us on a journey on this timely topic. We start with Kim’s captivating story, as she describes her inspiration, moments of epiphany, and the vocational calling that has shaped her life. As someone whose work has spa…
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An interview conducted by Mark Jones, Professional Advisor to the Welsh Government, with Anthony Jones, Deputy Headteacher at Ysgol Penrhyn Dewi, about how the school is using the National Resource: Evaluation and Improvement and the improvements it is helping to bring about. https://hwb.gov.wales/evaluation-improvement-and-accountability/the-natio…
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Cyfweliad Mark Jones, Cynghorydd Proffesiynol i Lywodraeth Cymru, gydag Owen Roberts, Pennaeth Ysgol Cybi, ar sut mae'r ysgol yn defnyddio'r Adnodd Cenedlaethol: Gwerthuso a Gwella a'r gwelliannau sy’n dod yn ei sgil. https://hwb.gov.wales/gwerthuso-gwella-ac-atebolrwydd/yr-adnodd-cenedlaethol-gwerthuso-a-gwella/…
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Dyma'r ail o bodlediad dwy ran a recordiwyd yn fyw yn Eisteddfod yr Urdd. Ymunwch â Daniel Davies o’r Gwasanaeth Cyflawniad Addysgol i arwain panel Trafod Addysgeg. Gwrandewch ar Manon Tinnuche (Ysgol Maes y Gwendraeth), Catherine Evans (Estyn), Gareth Owens (Ysgol Caerelen) a Meleri Jones (Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig) wrth iddynt drafod y Gymraeg, nodi’…
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Dyma'r cyntaf o bodlediad dwy ran a recordiwyd yn fyw yn Eisteddfod yr Urdd. Ymunwch â Daniel Davies o’r Gwasanaeth Cyflawniad Addysgol i arwain panel Trafod Addysgeg. Gwrandewch ar Manon Tinnuche (Ysgol Maes y Gwendraeth), Catherine Evans (Estyn), Gareth Owens (Ysgol Caerelen) a Meleri Jones (Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig) wrth iddynt drafod sut mae addys…
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A must listen, quintessential Addy Hour conversation! In this episode, we discuss the place of science in society as we talk through both big picture and practical, and both straightforward and nuanced aspects science. I’m joined by psychiatrist Dr. Diana Martinez, and neuroscientist Dr. Steve Mahler. We start with personal, family stories related …
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Pastor, author and activist Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III joins for a wonderful and wide-ranging conversation on justice, activism, and community. We begin with practical reminders of the necessity of grounding in community, even as we consider the many layers of community. This ranges from personal friendships, to local gatherings in places like the barb…
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A quintessential Addy Hour conversation with Dr. Thema Bryant, president of the American Psychological Association (APA), psychologist, practitioner, minister, trauma expert and author. In this reflective discussion, we explore the ways psychology continues to fill a void in society and the ongoing needs these perspectives can address. We also cont…
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Hey all! It's truly been forever since we last sat down and recorded an episode, but we're excited to be back with our listeners after a long hiatus! Apologies for disappearing into the void :') In this podcast episode, we chat and reflect about the past year. We (Juno) planned a wedding, (Nelly) officiated said wedding, traveled and frolicked arou…
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Join in for this generative conversation with Yu-Jay Harris, who was born and raised in Liberia, survived a civil war, and eventually immigrated to the United States as a teenager. In this episode, Yu-Jay shares the joys of his early childhood, and the power of community and faith that supported his resilience amidst war and immigration. We also de…
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In this powerful episode, we consider personal and societal representations of Black bodies in art, academia and society. Our two guests, sociologist Dr. Daniel Swann and visual artist Dr. Imo Imeh, start with their revealing life journeys. Their stories tell a vivid picture filled with support and kindness from many people as they’ve navigated opp…
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In part two of this two-part episode, we’re joined by pastor, author, leader and executive coach, Dr. David Ireland. We’ll hear his fascinating personal and vocational journey, from a career in engineering, to a shift into pastoral ministry, to ongoing roles in organizational leadership, social innovation and executive coaching. As the founding and…
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In this new Addy Hour conversation, we start with a two-part episode on thriving without burnout – especially in vocations that involve investing in each other as team members, mentors, educators, leaders and more. In part one, we’re joined by Dr. Christine Pfund, a leader and national director at the forefront of teaching, learning and mentor and …
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An absolutely wonderful episode with the honest, insightful, brilliant and inspiring Joanne “Coach P” McCallie. Join in for a candid conversation about Coach P’s journey as a Hall of Fame NCAA women’s basketball coach, living her best life with bipolar disorder across most of her coaching career. This episode is packed with helpful take-aways and p…
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This week, it’s a joy to welcome a guest whose passion, work, and writing encompasses so many topics at the heart of the Addy Hour. Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker joins to discuss her roles as a mental health provider and program director, and as a Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer. Our conversation spans across topics of mental health welln…
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This week, I’m joined by Dr. Myra Mathis, an addiction psychiatrist, clinical leader and community leader, and a person of faith. In this inspiring conversation, Dr. Mathis walks us through her daily experience as a psychiatrist in our present-day society, and she describes what gives her joy in her work. As one who embraces holistic approaches to …
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This week, former US representative Patrick J. Kennedy joins for an authentic, inspiring and practical conversation about his personal journey and his long-standing mental health advocacy and policy efforts. More than ever as a society, we’re acknowledging the reality of mental health challenges, the need for access to care and coverage for care, a…
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An inspiring episode as I host two of my Psychiatry role models who are making great impacts through mental health programs and offerings in our churches and faith communities. Dr. Ayana Jordan and Dr. Sidney Hankerson join to discuss how they’re elevating community voices and walking in partnership with faith leaders and communities to address and…
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In the midst of ongoing tragedy in the US, Rabbi Angela Buchdahl joins for a timely conversation where we intentionally pause and reflect, but also support and encourage. As she powerfully states in this episode, we desperately need to hold on to hope, instead of giving in to despair. As the first female senior rabbi in the 180-year history of Cent…
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Award winning journalist and ABC News’ “Nightline” co-anchor, Juju Chang, joins for a powerful and wide-ranging conversation about her coverage of the societally transformative stories of our time. In this episode, Juju shares insights on how she connects with people from various, and often marginalized, backgrounds and how she navigates delicate s…
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Faith versus science. Spirituality and religion versus psychology and psychiatry. Are these topics truly incompatible or are they related and intertwined? Also, is it ethical for mental health practitioners to support or dismiss faith and religion in clinical settings? This week, Dr. Addy’s mentor, colleague and friend, Dr. Charles Dike, joins to d…
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This week, pro-basketball star Jeremy Lin & ER doctor and healthcare equity advocate, Esther Choo join for a candid discussion about mental health, culture & wellness in Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. We’ll hear both guests describe their lives growing up in the US and their experiences navigating different cultural communities…
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In this special episode, I’m joined by playwright, Sam Chanse, and cast members of the new production, what you are now. The play chronicles the story of a Cambodian family living in the US as refugees. In this production, Chanse authentically weaves together complexities of trauma, resilience, assimilation, race relations, family and community rel…
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This week, we welcome three guests at the forefront of tobacco regulatory control, tobacco-related health disparities, and public engagement and education. Dr. Pebbles Fagan (Univ. of Arkansas), Mitch Zeller (FDA), and Kathy Crosby (FDA) join to share about public health efforts as well as their efforts to impact individuals and society through the…
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Imagine what the world would be like if we truly walked in empathy in our daily actions and interactions. Are there practical ways we can promote kindness and empathy in each other, in the upcoming generation, and in society in general? Dr. Michele Borba would answer this question with an enthusiastic “yes!” This week, renowned educational psycholo…
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As we continue to witness the unfolding of tragic events in the Ukraine, this week’s episode is timely in ways that we didn’t initially anticipate. For this conversation, I’m joined by author and former Army Ranger, Steven Eilliott, Veteran and CEO of Veterans Counseling Veterans, Tony Williams, and the Director of the Emory Healthcare Veterans Pro…
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Trigain mlynedd wedi araith Saunders Lewis Tynged yr Iaith, nae’r Gweinidog dros Addysg a’r Gymraeg, Jeremy Miles AS yn amlinellu ei weledigaeth ar gyfer dyfodol y Gymraeg. Gallwch weld yr araith ysgrifennedig yma: https://llyw.cymru/maer-gymraeg-yn-perthyn-i-ni-i-gyd. Cymraeg belongs to us all: The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy…
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This week, Dr. Mays Imad joins to discuss holistic approaches to teaching & learning. This is a deeply informative, surprisingly refreshing, and highly relevant conversation for all – especially those involved in formal and informal education, training or mentoring. Dr. Imad, a nationally recognized leader in trauma-informed teaching and learning, …
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Hello 2022! It’s been a hot minute, but we’re back! 2021 has honestly been a challenging year and one full of personal growth. In our digital age, it seems hard to escape the noise of hustle culture and toxic productivity where everyone and their grandmas have a side gig. In this episode, we talk about why we went on leave from work, the podcast, a…
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In this final episode for 2021, clinician and researcher Dr. Gerard Sanacora and mental health activist Ashley Clayton join to share insights about mental health, depression, and research, as well as access to effective clinical care and resources. In this conversation, we unpack several topics, including happiness, sadness and “feeling depressed,”…
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After the past two years, many of us now have a deeper appreciation of the power and importance of social interactions, social relationships, and strong community. This week, renowned neuroscientist, Larry J. Young, and pioneering neurophilosopher, Pat Churchland, join for a fascinating discussion about the science of social behavior and social bon…
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