#iCare Movement Podcast
Episode 21: A Recovery Story: Eating Disorders and Amenorrhea with Ananda De Jager

Episode 21: A Recovery Story: Eating Disorders and Amenorrhea with Ananda De Jager

November 24, 2020
Eating disorders can cause a lot of shame and guilt, which ends up feeding the desire to perpetuate it even more. This week I chat with Ananda De Jager, who battles her disorders daily, and talks about what can happen because of those choices, and how to live your life beyond them. She also wrote a book of very honest, close to the chest poems that you can find online here:
 
 
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Episode 20: Your Mental Health Workout with Zoë Aston

Episode 20: Your Mental Health Workout with Zoë Aston

November 17, 2020
If you're like me and try to follow positive social media influencers, you'll love this episode. Zoë has a fantastic instagram page all about mental health, positive posts, and advice! She's a therapist and mental health counselor based out of London so she knows a thing or two about all of this. She just released an e-book to help with the pandemic depression and really interacts well with her social media community. I had a blast talking to her, and I hope you get something out of this episode like I did. 
 
Find her book, and the communities here: http://yourmentalhealthworkout.com
 
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Episode 19: Neuroscience and Mental Health: Changing how we diagnose and treat our minds with Dr. Erik Won

Episode 19: Neuroscience and Mental Health: Changing how we diagnose and treat our minds with Dr. Erik Won

November 10, 2020
EEG. TMS. XYZ? Why am I typing random letters at the beginning of this? Well, two of those sets of letters aren't random actually, and are extremely applicable to mental health. This week, I got to learn a TON from Dr. Erik Won about the brain, neuroscience and some new methods of helping mental health that I had no clue about. And we talk about sleep. Which is one of my favorite things in the world. Do yourselves a favor and check this episode out!
 
See what Dr. Won is doing here: http://waveneuro.com
 
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Episode 18: Anger and Addiction with Jason Wagner

Episode 18: Anger and Addiction with Jason Wagner

November 3, 2020
This week I sat down with Jason Wagner, who's a clinical mental health counselor specializing in addiction and depression. We chatted about addiction, anger, depression, suicide and a bunch of other topics - delving into personal experiences as well as a little bit of a professional perspective from Jason.
 
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Episode 17: Racism and Mental Health with Natajia Miller

Episode 17: Racism and Mental Health with Natajia Miller

October 27, 2020
The times we live in are volatile. A presidential election, a world wide pandemic and a battle for equality on multiple levels. I sat down with Natajia Miller, who's a diversity and inclusion educator to talk about mental health in the scope of racism and diversity. No matter your political leanings, this is one everyone should listen to in order to understand the ramifications of a topic that is so prominent in our world today.
 
Check out Natajia's efforts here: http://www.youtube.com/c/mindfrotravel
 
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Episode 16: Living Adaptive with Scott Davidson

Episode 16: Living Adaptive with Scott Davidson

October 20, 2020
Scott Davidson has been physically disabled for his entire life. Does that stop him from climbing mountains? Running iron mans? Doing anything most of us can't do even without a physical disability? Nope, he's done it. And he's turned it into his own lifestyle as well as brand. How? Check out this episode and hear one of the most inspiring humans on the planet. 
 
If you want to hear more and listen to his podcast: http://livingadaptive.com
 
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Episode 15: Labels and Narratives. What happens when we drop them? with Taylor Martin

Episode 15: Labels and Narratives. What happens when we drop them? with Taylor Martin

October 13, 2020
Taylor completed uprooted her life and made some drastic changes because she knew she needed to. Now she's an advocate for sobriety, a world traveler, a writer and an all around incredible human to talk to. Check out how we break down societal labels and our own self narratives, as well as laugh about crazy stories along the way.
 
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Episode 14: My Story: Growing Up in an Abusive Home with Kaylee Booth

Episode 14: My Story: Growing Up in an Abusive Home with Kaylee Booth

October 6, 2020
Kaylee Booth is the epitome of a survivor. After growing up for years in an incredibly abusive home she was able to liberate herself and her siblings and start a process of healing. Hear her talk about her experiences within the home as well as life after liberation.
 
Please note: This episode has some very intense subject material. Do not listen if you are triggered by domestic abuse, child abuse or sexual assault and rape.
 
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Episode 13: Celebrities are Humans Too - The Continuance Foundation w/ Daniel McCartney

Episode 13: Celebrities are Humans Too - The Continuance Foundation w/ Daniel McCartney

September 29, 2020
Sometimes we forget that celebrities battle the same things we do. Daniel McCartney is a talent agent that has experienced touring as a musician in his younger years, and has also seen quite a bit with people he's managed over the years having to do with just that. So what did he do? He decided to help. He founded The Continuance Foundation - which is geared specifically towards celebrities and musicians getting the mental health support they need with the rigors of touring and promoting and everything else they do. Check out more here: https://www.thecontinuancefoundation.com/
 
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Episode 12: Acknowledging your own Self-Care w/ Kobe Boyce

Episode 12: Acknowledging your own Self-Care w/ Kobe Boyce

September 22, 2020
What happens when you're doing something you're incredibly talented at, but it doesn't suit your mental health? Take Kobe Boyce, who I got to sit down with for this weeks episode. College recruited cornerback for the Texas Longhorns football program - but his mental health was more important, so he decided to quit the program to make sure HE was okay. Listen to his inspirational story of why, now! 
 
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