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She Persisted: Your Teen Mental Health Resource

English, Fitness / Keep-fit, 1 season, 182 episodes, 5 days, 22 minutes
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She Persisted is THE teen mental health podcast—made for teens, by a teen. In each episode, Sadie brings you authentic, accessible, relatable conversations about every aspect of mental wellness. Expect evidence-based, teen-approved resources, coping skills (lots of DBT), insights, and education in each piece of content you consume. She Persisted offers you a safe space to feel validated and understood in your struggle while encouraging you to take ownership of your journey and build your life worth living. She Persisted host Sadie Sutton is a 19-year-old aspiring clinical psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania. At 14 Sadie underwent a year and a half of intensive treatment (3East McLean Hospital + a therapeutic boarding school) for severe depression and anxiety. Compelled to share her wisdom and tips from her journey, She Persisted was born. A firm believer that if we’re not progressing, we’re regressing, Sadie is always looking for ways to expand her mental health toolbox and broaden her perspective on the world—and of course, bringing you along for the journey. Instagram + TikTok: @shepersistedpodcast Email: [email protected] Website: shepersistedpodcast.com © 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC.
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189. The Psychology of Ozempic, Obesity, and Weight Loss feat. Johann Hari

#189 Today's guest is Johann Hari— a British-Swiss writer and journalist who has written three New York Times best-selling books and just released his new book, Magic Pill: The Extraordinary Benefits and Disturbing Risks of the New Weight-Loss Drugs. He has also served as the Executive Producer of an Oscar-nominated movie and an eight-part TV series starring Samuel L. Jackson, delivered TED talks that have been viewed more than 93 million times, and has written for some of the world’s leading newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times. In this episode, we discuss:+ Why Johann wanted to investigate weight-loss drugs like Ozempic + The physical &amp; psychological effects he experienced after taking Ozempic + The five unexpected reasons why we eat &amp; how these change with weight-loss drugs + Research on the connection between trauma &amp; weight gain+ How weight-loss drugs curb hunger &amp; activate addiction areas in the brain + The reason why exercise programs can actually lead to weight gain + Why evolution has made it difficult for humans to lose weight + The consequences of normalizing weight-loss drug use on teenage body image+ The impacts of celebrities such as Oprah speaking up about weight-loss drugs+ Debates surrounding kids &amp; teens being prescribed weight-loss drugs+ Differences in nutritional standards for kids across the world + The predicted impact that weight-loss drugs will have on the economy+ What Johann wishes people knew about mental health Johann's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johann.hariMENTIONED + Johann's new book+ Johann's website+ Lost ConnectionsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
5/8/202459 minutes, 56 seconds
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188. A Psychologist's Guide to Your 20s: How to Handle Mental Health, Breakups, & Growing Up feat. Meg Jay

#188 Today's guest is Meg Jay— a developmental clinical psychologist, associate professor of education at the University of Virginia, and published author with over 25 years of experience studying the psychology of twentysomethings. A&nbsp;recent New York Times profile called Dr. Jay “the patron saint of striving youth” and her TED&nbsp;talk “Why 30 Is Not the New 20” is among&nbsp;the most watched to date. In this episode, we discuss:+ Why being in your 20s is so challenging+ Ways to cope with the uncertainty of being a twentysomething+ Feeling indecisive about career moves after college+ Causes of the Gen Z mental health crisis + If people in their 20s are over-diagnosed with mental health disorders+ The problems with linking your identity to your mental health + Whether your 20s actually are the best years of your life according to research+ The over-medication of twentysomethings in the United States+ Why twentysomethings should be treated with a unique mental health approach+ Advice for people in their 20s dealing with breakups + What every twentysomething should be doing in their lives Meg's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmegjayMENTIONED + Meg's recent book: The Twentysomething Treatment+ Meg's TED Talk + Meg's website+ New York Times profileSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
4/24/202438 minutes, 44 seconds
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187. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FRIENDSHIP: Forming Connections in the Social Media Era feat. Jeffery Hall

#187 Today's guest is Jeffrey Hall— a Professor of Communication Studies and Director of the&nbsp;Relationships &amp; Technology Lab at the University of Kansas and a visiting scholar at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet &amp; Society at Harvard University. His research centers on building friendships, navigating digital media, and forming meaningful connections and he has written about these topics for the Wall Street Journal and in his award-winning book, Relating Through Technology. In this episode, we discuss:+ If social media is actually as harmful as we think it is+ How friendships evolve as we get older + The effects of social media on friendships &amp; relationships+ Why young adults feel both connected &amp; lonely + What you need to do to build close relationships + Generational differences in social media use &amp; its effects+ How to use social media without harming your mental health+ The correlation between friendships and well-being + The two types of loneliness &amp; why people feel lonely + Why people really spread hate online &amp; how this impacts their health+ Whether teen mental health &amp; body image are affected by social media + Popular misconceptions about social media &amp; why they're formed+ What he wishes people were doing differently on social media MENTIONED + "How many hours does it take to make a friend?"+ Professor Hall's Research+ Relationships and Technology Lab+ Relating Through TechnologySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
4/15/202446 minutes, 55 seconds
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186. THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS: How to Improve Your Mood & Increase Your Freedom feat. Emma Seppälä

#186 Today's guest is Emma Seppälä— a best-selling author,&nbsp;Yale lecturer and faculty director of the Yale School of Management’s Women’s Leadership Program, the Science Director of Stanford University’s&nbsp;Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, and international keynote speaker. A psychologist and research scientist by training, her expertise is the science of happiness, emotional intelligence, and social connection. In this episode, we discuss:+ Cultural differences in defining happiness around the world+ How different countries interpret challenges &amp; successes+ What sovereignty is in psychology &amp; why it's so important+ Why you don't have enough freedom in your life &amp; how to change that+ How your emotional IQ can impact your sense of freedom+ The science of happiness &amp; what we can learn from it+ The two types of happiness and which is better in the long-term+ Ways that you can boost your happiness according to psychology+ Advice for students on how to improve your quality of life + The culture of success in the U.S. &amp; its cost on well-being+ Why you should be a good friend to yourself &amp; what this looks like+ Tips for when you're struggling to make self-care a habit Emma's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehappinesstrack/MENTIONED+ Emma's Facebook+ Emma's Twitter+ Emma's Website+ Preorder Sovereign + Sattva App+ SKY Breath+ SKY for Kids+ The Happiness TrackSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on <a...
4/8/202442 minutes, 39 seconds
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185. "The WORST Year of My Entire Life!!!" - Responding to Reddit Mental Health Posts Pt. 2!

#185 In this week's solo episode, I am once again reacting to mental health posts on Reddit! I did a deep-dive on Reddit and am sharing my most *brutally* honest responses and very best advice on a wide range of mental health posts. I also react to some amazing questions that you guys submitted through my website! I respond to posts on topics including:+ Signs someone is experiencing depression+ Flaws with mental health diagnoses + Advice on studying psychology in college+ My troubled teen industry (TTI) experience &amp; how to avoid TTI programs + How to start trusting yourself + Ways to stop judging others &amp; be less negative MENTIONED+ Original Reddit thread+ Send me your episode topics!+ She Persisted Ep. 109 ft. Dr. Ruscio + She Persisted Ep. 113 ft. Dr. Franco+ She Persisted Ep. 136 ft. Dr. Mohatt+ She Persisted Ep. 181 (Pt. 1)+ The Program + Troubled Teen Industry TikTok + Unsilenced SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
4/2/202442 minutes, 15 seconds
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184. UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS: Red Flags & Risk Factors in Teen Relationships feat. Eden Garcia-Balis

#184 Today's guest is Eden Garcia-Balis— a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has over nineteen years of experience in the mental health field. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Airport Marina Counseling Service (AMCS)— a nonprofit, community-based mental health clinic in California. In this episode, we discuss:+ How to tell if you're in a healthy or unhealthy relationship+ Signs of an abusive relationship + The link between abusive relationships &amp; anxiety and depression+ Questions you need to ask yourself about your relationship + Risk factors that someone could end up in an unhealthy relationship + How to set boundaries in a relationship+ What to do if your partner is unreceptive to your boundaries + Ways to help someone who's in an unhealthy relationship + Unhealthy relationships in pop culture + Tips on how parents should talk to teens about relationships + Healing from abusive relationships + Relationship resources she recommends AMCS's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amcshelps/MENTIONED+ AMCS's Website+ Love is Respect+ She Persisted Ep. 180 SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/25/202434 minutes, 47 seconds
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183. High-Functioning Depression & Trauma in College Students feat. Judith Joseph, M.D., M.B.A.

#183 Today's guest is Judith Joseph, M.D., M.B.A.— a board-certified psychiatrist and researcher, Chair of Women in Medicine at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Langone Medical Center, and founder of the first research lab to study high-functioning mental health conditions. She posts social media content for over 1 million followers and recently received a Congressional Proclamation from the U.S. House of Representatives for her social media advocacy and research. In this episode, we discuss:+ Why high-functioning mental health disorders can be overlooked + Signs someone has high-functioning depression + What scarcity trauma is and why someone may be experiencing it+ Overlaps between high-functioning depression &amp; perfectionism + Red flags that a student is struggling with high-functioning depression + How high-functioning depression can affect relationships + The keys to preventing &amp; overcoming high-functioning depression + Her research on sexual trauma &amp; domestic violence in college + The two main things trauma survivors need in order to heal + How sexual trauma look different in college compared to other environments+ Advice she wishes all college students could know Dr. Joseph's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjudithjoseph/MENTIONED+ Dr. Joseph's Website + Dr. Joseph's Lab+ Dr. Joseph's TikTok+ Dr. Joseph's Newsletter SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
3/17/202436 minutes, 36 seconds
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182. Anxiety 101: What We Do Wrong, How to Cope, and Facing Our Fears feat. Dr. David Rosmarin

#182 Today's guest is Dr. David Rosmarin— an associate professor at Harvard Medical School, a program director at McLean Hospital, and founder of Center for Anxiety—a practice that services over 1,000 patients per year in multiple states. Dr. Rosmarin studies the relevance of spirituality to mental health and his work has been featured in CNN, NPR, Scientific American, the Boston Globe, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. In this episode, we discuss:+ A clinical definition of anxiety+ Differences between fear, anxiety, &amp; worry+ The relationship between rumination &amp; social anxiety+ Ineffective (and sometimes unconscious!) ways we deal with anxiety&nbsp;+ Ways to navigate anxiety that have helped thousands of people at his anxiety program&nbsp;+ How to stop avoiding what’s making you anxious+ Personality traits that anxious people tend to have+ The relationship between anxiety &amp; resilience&nbsp;+ Supporting someone with anxiety without invalidating or enabling them&nbsp;+ Finding professional help for your anxiety&nbsp;+ Resources for learning about anxiety&nbsp;Dr. Rosmarin's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dhrosmarin/ MENTIONED+ ADAA+ Center for Anxiety+ Contact Dr. Rosmarin+ Dr. Rosmarin's Website+&nbsp;Thriving with Anxiety SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m"...
3/8/202441 minutes, 1 second
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181. "Is there something wrong with me?!!" - Responding to Reddit Mental Health Posts

#181 In this week's solo episode, I react to mental health posts on Reddit! I give my most honest responses to mental health storytimes and share my best advice on a bunch of mental health questions. I respond to posts that cover topics such as:+ Feeling hopeless + Being sad versus being depressed + Helping a friend with their mental health+ Why Gen Z struggles with mental health+ Losing motivation in school &amp; other activities+ Opening up about trauma &amp; overcoming trust issues MENTIONED+ Original Reddit thread+ Send me your episode topics!+ She Persisted Ep. 28 feat. Dr. Blaise Aguirre+ She Persisted Ep. 81 feat. Dr. Aliza PressmanSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/1/202442 minutes, 51 seconds
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180. All About ADHD: Symptoms, Misconceptions, Diagnosis, & More feat. Dr. Roberto Olivardia

#180 Today's guest is Dr. Roberto Olivardia— a clinical psychologist and lecturer at Harvard Medical School and founder of a private practice that specializes in treating ADHD, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, OCD, eating disorders, and other issues that face students with learning disabilities. Dr. Olivardia also has lived experience as someone with ADHD and learning differences, as well as being the parent of two teenagers with ADHD and Dyslexia. In this episode, we discuss:+ Why ADHD can be so hard to diagnose+ Why ADHD is diagnosed less in women+ Less well-known symptoms of ADHD + Common misconceptions about ADHD + The relationship between ADHD and sleep issues+ Biological and behavioral overlaps between ADHD &amp; anxiety+ Ways people with ADHD tend to overcompensate + If ADHD has a spectrum of severity + What the process of getting diagnosed with ADHD looks like+ Getting treatment for ADHD &amp; strategies for managing focusMENTIONED+&nbsp;Dr. Olivardia's email SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSTARBUCKS GIFTCARD GIVEAWAY: Want coffee on me?! Each month I'll be randomly choosing a winner to receive a Starbucks giftcard! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a review of the podcast on Spotify and/or Apple Podcasts and DM me on a screenshot of your review on Instagram. Win bonus entries by tagging the podcast on your Instagram story or TikTok! Good luck!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
2/18/202455 minutes, 49 seconds
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179. Gen Z Mental Health: The Role of Families, Friends, Schools, ACEs, & More feat. Dr. Jessica Gomez

#179 Today's guest is Dr. Jessica Gomez— a bilingual licensed psychologist and executive director of Momentous Institute. Dr. Gomez has over 17 years of experience working to create healthy communities that provide children with access to quality education and mental health services. In this episode, we discuss:+ The role of family in teen mental health struggles + When parents resist getting involved with their teen's mental health+ How schools play a role in students' mental health + What school systems could do to improve the youth mental health crisis+ Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) &amp; their impact on mental health+ Ways teens can decrease their risk of mental health challenges + What to do when you're at a low point with your mental health+ How parents can best support their teen's mental health + Setting boundaries with friends when it comes to mental health + Pros and cons of normalizing mental health struggles Momentous Institute's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momentousinstitute/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Momentous Institute's Website+ Momentous Institute's Facebook+ Momentous Institute's Twitter+ ACEs Study SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior...
2/9/202437 minutes, 38 seconds
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178. MENTAL HEALTH HOT TAKES: Teen Mental Health, Therapeutic Boarding School, Exposure Therapy, & More!

#178 In this week's solo episode, I discuss my ultimate mental health hot takes! I give my most honest takes on what works and what doesn't when it comes to your mental health and share some of my favorite mental health tips I've learned throughout my recovery. I give my hot takes on topics such as:+ Mental health progression &amp; regression+ What you should do when your mental health ISN'T struggling+ Why positive psychology is absolutely necessary+ Teens going to each other for mental health advice+ Why EVERYONE should do exposure therapy + Why there are no reputable therapeutic boarding schools for teensMENTIONED+ Flourish by Martin Seligman + McLean 3East+ She Persisted Ep. 81 feat. Dr. Aliza Pressman+ Therapeutic Boarding School TikTokSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
2/6/202438 minutes, 28 seconds
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177. Your Guide to Relationships: How to Build Healthier Connections & Increase Self-Love feat. Jeff Kallil

#177 Today's guest is Jeff Kallil— a life coach and entrepreneur who helps lead and manage five family businesses. As a life coach, Jeff is deeply dedicated to reigniting the spark of self-belief in others and rebuilding their self-worth— a mission born from his own healing journey through emotional and narcissistic abuse. In this episode we discuss:+&nbsp;Jeff's journey into the mental health space + His top four tips for starting college + The crucial role of self-esteem in college &amp; how you can boost it+ Signs that you should focus on improving your self-esteem+ How our relationships reflect how we feel about ourselves+ How fixing our confidence affects our romantic relationships (and vice-versa!) + Maintaining your self-worth after a toxic or abusive relationship+ Advice on healthy relationships with others and yourselfJeff's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffkallil/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Jeff's TikTok+ Jeff's YoutubeSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
1/26/202443 minutes, 32 seconds
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176. The Power of DBT: How to Change Your Behaviors & Cultivate Hope feat. Dr. Maddy Ellberger

#176 Today's guest is Dr. Maddy Ellberger, PhD, LCSW— a licensed clinical social worker and adjunct professor at Columbia University who received her Masters and Doctoral training in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and New York University. She is the founder of Downtown Behavioral Wellness, a therapeutic practice that utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). In this episode we discuss:+&nbsp;Differences between CBT &amp; DBT +&nbsp;The origins of DBT+&nbsp;How DBT works to change behaviors+&nbsp;What people who thrive in DBT have in common+&nbsp;The crucial role of diary cards in DBT+&nbsp;Why it's important that parents participate alongside teens in DBT+&nbsp;How invalidating environments play a role in mental health+&nbsp;What to do if you're feeling hopeless about therapy+&nbsp;Mental health advice everyone should knowMaddy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millennialmindfulnessdocMENTIONED+&nbsp;Downtown Behavioral Wellness+ Contact Maddy+ Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder+ Building a Life Worth Living: A MemoirSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
1/20/202445 minutes, 10 seconds
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175. SELF-INVALIDATION: Why We Judge Ourselves & How To Accept Your Emotions

#175 In this week's solo episode, I discuss why we invalidate our emotions and the power of self-validating! I share what self-validation is and how it's used in DBT, the two most common ways that people self-invalidate, why we self-invalidate and the consequences of doing so, the cycle of self-invalidation, three skills you can use to start validating your emotions, how to make self-validation a habit, goals to set and exercises to practice so you can start self-validating, and your most-asked questions on self-invalidation. If you want to stop judging yourself for your emotions and start accepting your feelings, then this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!MENTIONED+ DBT Self-Validation Manual+ DBT Self-Validation Lesson + Emotion Vulnerability and Self-Invalidation+ How to Measure Emotional Self-Validation+ Self-Validation: How to be Less Critical and Validate Yourself Instead+ She Persisted Ep. 28 feat. Dr. Blaise Aguirre+ The Cycle of Invalidation Chart+ The Power of Self-Validation+ The Self-Invalidation Due to Emotion ScaleSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written
1/13/202443 minutes, 25 seconds
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174. How to Build Your Emotional Fitness: The 7 Traits You NEED To Succeed feat. Dr. Emily Anhalt

#174 Today's guest is Dr. Emily Anhalt— a psychologist, emotional fitness consultant, and the CoFounder and Chief Clinical Officer of Coa, the gym for mental health. For the past thirteen years, Dr.&nbsp;Anhalt&nbsp;has been working clinically with executives, founders, and tech employees, and has conducted extensive research with prominent psychologists and entrepreneurs about how leaders can improve their emotional fitness. We discuss how she started specializing in emotional fitness, the seven traits of emotional fitness that can help you succeed, key ways you can start to build your emotional fitness including becoming more mindful and self-aware, what emotional push-ups are and examples you can try yourself, why people often prioritize their physical health over mental health, the dangerous effects of having low emotional fitness, how to differentiate emotional fitness from other similar psychology terms, the benefits of incorporating building your emotional fitness into your routine, predictions on future trends that will embrace emotional fitness, and important emotional skills all teens (and parents!) should know. Dr. Anhalt's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dremilyanhalt/ MENTIONED+&nbsp;Dr. Anhalt's Website+ Coa+ ToastmastersSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
1/8/202435 minutes, 40 seconds
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173. Food Myths, Fear Foods, & Eating Disorder Treatment feat. Registered Dietitian Amy Dahl, MS, RD

#173 Today's guest is Amy Dahl, MS, RD— a Registered Dietitian who has been working in the field for 15 years. She has been able to help many patients work towards improving their relationship with food by understanding all of the important and critical roles different types of food provide. We discuss what to expect when meeting with a dietician for eating disorder recovery, the often-overlooked health effects of eating disorders and whether knowing these effects can reduce disordered eating, common fear foods and food myths debunked, how treatment varies for people struggling with binge eating versus restrictive eating, ways that teens can create a healthier relationship with food, red flags that a teenager has an unhealthy relationship with food, how teens can support a friend or loved one who they suspect has an eating disorder, ways that parents can support their teen's eating disorder treatment, and how the recent popularity of Ozempic may be affecting body image and eating behaviors.&nbsp;Culina Health's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/culinahealth/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Culina Health's Website+ Contact Amy + NYT Article: 'You Don't Look Anorexic'SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
12/23/202335 minutes, 29 seconds
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172. BOUNDARIES: How to Set Them and What To Do If Others Reject Them feat. Terri Cole

#172 Today's guest is Terri Cole— a licensed psychotherapist, global relationship and empowerment expert, and the author of Boundary Boss-The Essential Guide to Talk True, Be Seen and (Finally) Live Free. She has worked for over 20 years with a diverse group of clients that includes everyone from stay-at-home moms to celebrities and Fortune 500 CEOs, teaching them how to establish and maintain healthy boundaries and create and sustain vibrant relationships. We discuss why she became so interested in boundaries as a therapist, what boundaries can look like for each individual, red flags that you aren’t setting enough boundaries in your relationships, the benefits of setting boundaries, how a lack of boundaries can cause people-pleasing and self-abandoning, how to set effective boundaries in your relationships— including with authority figures such as parents or teachers—, what to do when someone doesn’t respect your boundaries and when to take space from them, when people manipulate others under the guise of boundaries, and the secret to feeling more empowered in our relationshipsTerri's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terricole/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Terri's Website + Terri's Book &amp; Workbook + Set Boundaries With Love+ The Terri Cole Show+ Dr. Shefali SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC....
12/15/202341 minutes, 47 seconds
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171. Relationship Advice That Will Change Your Life: Improve Your Interpersonal Effectiveness This Holiday Season

#171 In this week's solo episode, I share advice on how you can improve and maintain your interpersonal relationships this holiday season! I discuss what interpersonal effectiveness looks like in DBT, the physical and mental health benefits of positive social relationships, setting goals for your relationships, how to achieve your relationship goals and avoid personal obstacles in your relationships, and four skills you need to know to better your relationships. If you're looking for effective ways to resolve conflict, strengthen your bond, and advocate for yourself in your relationships, then this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!MENTIONED+ DBT Skills Manual for AdolescentsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
12/10/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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170. What to Expect When Texting Crisis Text Line & What Teens Today Are Struggling With feat. Crisis Counselor Ana Tueme

Today's guest is Ana Tueme, a senior psychology and Spanish double major at Simmons University and volunteer Crisis Counselor at Crisis Text Line with over 200 hours of experience helping those in crisis. In this episode, we discuss how she got started volunteering with Crisis Text Line, what to expect when first reaching out to Crisis Text Line, skills she’s learned as a volunteer that have helped her be a better support system to people struggling, what most teens who reach out to Crisis Text Line are struggling with, advice for teens struggling with depression and anxiety, and how you can become a volunteer for Crisis Text Line. Crisis Text Line's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crisistextline/MENTIONED+ Crisis Text Line's Website + Text with Crisis Text Line+ Web chat with Crisis Text Line+ Message Crisis Text Line on WhatsApp+ Volunteer with Crisis Text Line+ She Persisted Ep. 169 + SI Coping Skills TikTokSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
12/1/202327 minutes, 54 seconds
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169. Dr. Shairi Turner on the Teen Mental Health Epidemic & How Crisis Text Line Can Help

Today's guest is Dr. Shairi Turner, the Chief Health Officer of Crisis Text Line-- a global nonprofit organization providing free and confidential text-based mental health support and crisis intervention. Dr. Turner is a Stanford Alum, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine graduate and Harvard-trained internist and pediatrician with a Master of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. As Chief Health Officer, she&nbsp;leads the organization’s external policy, advocacy and partnership initiatives related to mental health.&nbsp;Dr. Turner truly understands the impact of trauma and has an extensive resume that includes over a decade of advocacy on juvenile justice, public health, disproportionate minority confinement, trauma histories of incarcerated women and the neurobiology of trauma. Prior to Crisis Text Line, Dr. Turner was the first Chief Medical Director of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, served as Deputy Secretary for Health and Director of the Office of Minority Health for the Florida Department of Health, served as a faculty consultant for the National Center for Trauma Informed Care, and most recently was Project Co-Lead for the US Office of Women’s Health-funded Trauma Informed Medicine eCase.&nbsp;In this episode, we discuss her earlier career experiences working with minority public health policy and juvenile justice, adverse childhood experiences and how those can impact teen mental health, the current teen mental health epidemic and its causes, trends in teen mental health&nbsp;based on Crisis Text Line’s research on millions of teens, how Crisis Text Line works and how it has been able to help so many teens and college students, and what she’d like to see change in the next few years with mental health resources. Crisis Text Line's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crisistextline/MENTIONED+ Crisis Text Line's Website + Text with Crisis Text Line+ Web chat with Crisis Text Line+ Message Crisis Text Line on WhatsApp+ Volunteer with Crisis Text Line+ Crisis Text Line's Youtube+ More about Dr. TurnerSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
11/25/202334 minutes, 24 seconds
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168. DBT Crash Course: Key DBT Skills & Dialectics That CHANGED My Life!

#168 In this week's solo episode, I share some of my favorite DBT skills and dialectics that changed my life! I discuss why DBT is so unique compared to traditional talk therapy, key assumptions to operate under when learning DBT skills, what dialectics are and how to practice a dialectical mindset, my favorite dialectics that completely changed how I think, and how you can learn other life-changing DBT skills including radical acceptance and willingness. If you're looking to learn more about DBT and start practicing DBT skills in your daily life, then this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!MENTIONED+ DBT Skills TikTok+ She Persisted Ep. 162 (positive psychology)+ She Persisted Ep. 158 (car metaphor)SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
11/17/202342 minutes, 28 seconds
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167. Teen Mental Health: Stigma, Social Media, & Starting Therapy feat. Dr. Justin Puder

#167 Today's guest is Dr. Justin Puder— a licensed psychologist who mainly works with teens and young adults around many mental health difficulties including anxiety, depression, trauma, and loneliness. He also creates social media content under the handle @amoderntherapist to reduce stigma surrounding mental health through vulnerability, knowledge, and humor. We discuss advice for people whose siblings are struggling, differences between how millennials and Gen Z view therapy and mental health, the impact of stigma and misinformation, ways that stigma affects men’s mental health, the role of social media when it comes to being vulnerable, tips for teens on starting therapy, how to sert achievable goals in therapy, advice for parents and teens on navigating a parent requiring their teen to go to therapy, and a daily practice teens can do to help their mental health.Justin's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amoderntherapist/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Justin's Website+ Justin's TikTok+ Justin's Facebook + How We Feel app SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
11/5/202338 minutes, 44 seconds
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166. Amanda E. White on Substance Use in College, Taylor Swift Therapy, & Seeking Help

#166 Today's guest is Amanda E. White— a licensed therapist and founder of the Therapy for Women Center, a group therapy practice serving clients in 27 states. She is also the creator of the popular Instagram account @therapyforwomen, the host of the Recovered-ish podcast, and the author of the book Not Drinking Tonight and its corresponding workbook. We discuss her past struggles with mental health and addiction and how that inspired her to become a therapist, what she wishes she knew going into college, navigating substance use in college, how to recognize when substance use is becoming a problem and getting help, how she started her popular Taylor Swift Therapy series&nbsp;on TikTok, what your favorite Taylor Swift songs might mean about you from a mental health perspective, and tips on how to find the right therapist for you. Amanda's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therapyforwomenMENTIONED+&nbsp;Amanda's TikTok+ Amanda's Website+ Recovered-ish podcast+ Recovered-ish Patreon + Not Drinking Tonight+ Switched On Pop podcastSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/28/202335 minutes, 18 seconds
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165. Changing Your Behaviors 101: How to Decrease Problem Behaviors & Increase Wanted Behaviors

#165 In this week's solo episode, I share some of the psychology behind behavior and explain exactly how you can change your behaviors! I discuss why changing your behavior is a lot easier than changing your emotions, why acceptance is critical when it comes to changing your behaviors and how to practice radical acceptance, how our behavioral patterns develop, the four methods of behavioral change in DBT, why you might have engaged in problem behaviors and what could have gone differently, strategies for how to increase more successful behaviors and decrease unwanted behaviors, and an exercise you can try at home to practice changing your behaviors. If you're looking to correct your problem behaviors and implement more successful ones but don't know where to start, then this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!MENTIONED+ She Persisted Ep. 158 + Chain analysis worksheet+ The Office Pavlov prank clipSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/23/202334 minutes, 12 seconds
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164. Teenager Therapy's Gael Aitor on Gen Z Mental Health Resources, Starting a Podcast, and How to Feel Less Alone

#164 Today's guest is Gael Aitor— the&nbsp;creator and co-host of Teenager Therapy—the biggest teen mental health podcast in the world. Teenager Therapy has been featured in the New York Times, Teen Vogue, and has had guests like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He is also the co-founder of Astro Studios, a podcast studio aiming to help Gen Z feel less alone. We discuss what made him want to start Teenager Therapy and why this podcast was so unique, the pressures and responsibilities of being so vulnerable on a podcast with a such large audience, the process of choosing guests, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, to be on Teenager Therapy, common themes that teenagers are struggling with today and advice he most frequently gives on those topics, how his mental health has evolved from his teenage years until now, what’s next for him after wrapping Teenager Therapy, and his advice for teens who want to start their own podcasts. Gael's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gaelaitor/ MENTIONED+&nbsp;Teenager Therapy Instagram+ Astro Studios Instagram+ Teenager Therapy's final episode+ Teenager Therapy's episode w/ Prince Harry &amp; Meghan MarkleSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/16/202326 minutes, 54 seconds
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163. Treating Eating Disorders: How to Get Help & Get Better feat. David Alperovitz (Program Director of Klarman Eating Disorders Center at McLean Hospital)

#163 Today's guest is David Alperovitz— an assistant professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the current program director of the Klarman Eating Disorders Center at McLean Hospital, where he has worked for over 25 years. We discuss his experiences working with people with trauma, eating disorders, and OCD, the role of courage in those being treated for mental health disorders, his work at the Klarman Eating Disorders Center and what the center’s treatment approach looks like, key things people should look for when seeking evidence-based treatment for an eating disorder, things he wishes the general public knew about eating disorders and OCD, what eating disorders have in common with anxiety disorders and OCD, his advice for someone experiencing an eating disorder who is considering reaching out for help, and tips from his work at Klarman that teens can incorporate into their daily lives. &nbsp;MENTIONED+&nbsp;Klarman Eating Disorders Center+ Contact DavidSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/7/202334 minutes, 25 seconds
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162. 10 Psychology Facts You Should Know: How to Improve Your Outlook and Boost Your Well-Being

#162 In this week's solo episode, I share some of my favorite psychology facts that you can use to improve your mental health and overall well-being! I discuss shocking statistics on mental health rates in adults and teenagers, why humans are naturally resilient, what happy people have in common and the surprising benefits to our negative emotions, how our moods can affect our judgments about others, positive psychology techniques that you can use to improve your mood and well-being, a life hack on how to get better sleep, and how to rewire your brain to have more optimism and self-efficacy. If you're looking for evidence-based ways to feel happier or just want to learn more about psychology, then this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!MENTIONED+ The Five Minute Journal SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
9/29/202335 minutes, 19 seconds
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161. A Parent’s Guide to Teen Mental Health feat. Ann Coleman

#161 Today's guest is Ann Coleman— a mom, attorney, educator, podcaster, and an advocate for parenting teens. After her son struggled with ADHD and multiple mental health disorders and behavior issues during his teen years, Ann quit practicing law to study adolescence and help other parents learn what she hadn’t known. We discuss her experiences parenting a son struggling with his mental health and how her emotions affected her parenting, advice to parents who want to understand their role in their teen’s mental health and improve their relationship with their child, what parents can do if their teen asks for help with their mental health, insights for parents who are out of ideas on how to help their teen get better, tips on how parents can maintain their mental health while their teen struggles, daily ways parents can support their teen’s mental health and prevent them from struggling&nbsp;in the future, and research and resources on raising teens that all parents should know about. Ann's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neurogility/ MENTIONED+&nbsp;Ann's Website+ Ann's Podcast+ Speaking of Teens Facebook Group+ Free Parenting Guides+ Emotional Agility by Susan David+ Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child by John Gottman+ No Drama Discipline by Daniel J. Siegel &amp; Tina Payne Bryson + Untangled by Lisa Damour+ Positive Discipline for Teenagers by Jane Nelsen &amp; Lynn LottSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S
9/24/20231 hour, 37 seconds
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160. Gigi Robinson on Chronic Illness, Social Media Influencers, & Sharing Your Story

#160 Today's guest is Gigi Robinson— a chronic illness and body positivity advocate, Sports Illustrated Swim Search finalist, speaker, and podcast host. We discuss her advice on navigating chronic illness as a student and how to advocate for your health, when it’s time to ask for help and set personal boundaries as a student dealing with stress and burnout, what it’s like being a social media creator and how to create an authentic platform, her experience as a Sports Illustrated model, and her tips on how to share your story via social media in a successful way. Gigis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsgigirobinson/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Gigi's Website+ Gigi's TikTok+ Gigi's Podcast+ Contact Gigi SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
9/18/202335 minutes, 52 seconds
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159. Back to School Advice, Creating School/Life Balance, & My Junior Year Goals - SOLO EP

#159 In this week's solo episode, I break down my goals for my junior year of college and answer a bunch of your questions! I discuss what my exact goals are for my junior year at Penn, how I pursue my goals with a healthy mindset, if studying psychology in school brings up emotions relating to my mental health struggles, what listeners can expect from the podcast this school year, what it’s like being an upperclassman in college, things I learned in my first two years at Penn that I’m incorporating into this year, tips on balancing school with other projects, and other rapid-fire answers to your questions. If you're looking to set goals for your school year or just want to learn more about my college experience, this episode is for you!MENTIONED+ Ice cube trays+ Water bottle cleaning tablets+ Over-the-door wall hooks+ Light-up vanity mirror&nbsp;+ Skincare shelves+ Ikea cartSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
9/10/202332 minutes, 19 seconds
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158. Your TikTok Therapist on Gen Z Mental Health, Staying Optimistic, and Talking to Your Parents About Your Mental Health

#158 Today's guest is Leandro Olszanski— a board-certified psychotherapist with 10+ years of experience helping teenagers, adults, and couples navigate their unique life challenges. He also shares mental health content on TikTok as @your.tiktok.therap1st, amassing over 3 million followers. We discuss the mental health care system in the United States, differences between going to therapy as a teen versus as an adult, the most common problems that teens are facing today, advice for teens and parents on how to improve their parent-child relationships, views on the mental health community on TikTok and how it can affect teens, and insights for teens who are in crisis or struggling with their mental health.&nbsp;Leandro's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leandroolszanskilpc/ MENTIONED+&nbsp;Leandro's Website+ Leandro's TikTok + Contact Leandro SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
9/3/202344 minutes, 40 seconds
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157. Overcoming Loneliness & Isolation as a Teen feat. Dr. Caroline Fenkel

#157 Today's guest is Dr. Caroline Fenkel— a leader in adolescent mental healthcare with over fifteen years of direct clinical experience working with youth and families. Dr. Fenkel oversees all aspects of clinical programming at Charlie Health— the largest provider of virtual IOP treatment programs for teens, young adults, and families navigating mental health challenges. We discuss why it’s so important to seek evidence-based treatments for mental health challenges and&nbsp;first steps to take to find treatment, how Covid has affected teen mental health and its treatment, why family systems can often cause loneliness and isolation, negative effects and warning signs of loneliness and isolation, why many teens don’t take the steps to decrease their loneliness and how to break this cycle, ways a teen’s support system can help them to feel less lonely, advice for parents of teens experiencing loneliness, and how teens can increase connectedness and independence.&nbsp;Dr. Fenkel's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.c.lcsw/ MENTIONED+&nbsp;Charlie Health's Website+ Charlie Health's Instagram + Charlie Health's TikTokSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
8/25/202336 minutes, 54 seconds
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156. Tracking Your Mental Health: Diary Cards, Bullet Journaling, Apps, & More - SOLO EP

#156 This week's solo episode is about tracking your mental health! I discuss how tracking your mental health can increase awareness and therefore facilitate behavior and mood changes. I cover different types of tracking such as DBT diary cards, bullet journaling, emotion trackers, apps, and more! We also go over how tracking can vary in an inpatient and clinical vs. outpatient and more casual setting. Finally, I discuss how I currently track my mental health to maintain recovery and emotional stability! If you're feeling like you're not making progress in your mental health journey, this episode is for you!MENTIONED+ Mood Tracking Study Referenced+ Mood Meter App+ Bullet Journal Flip Through (from last year)+ DBT Diary CardSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
8/22/202328 minutes, 31 seconds
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155. Are You a Perfectionist?: The 3 Types of Perfectionism & How You Can Achieve Your Goals WITHOUT It feat. Nicole Baker

#155 Today's guest is Nicole Baker—a life coach specializing in helping perfectionists, a Life Coach Baker podcast host, and a goal-setting specialist. We discuss why perfectionists tend to struggle with anxiety, differences between being a perfectionist and being a high-achiever, how perfectionists’ brains are wired differently than the typical brain, why certain people are proud to be perfectionists, how you can determine which type of perfectionist you are and the strengths and weaknesses of each type, steps you can take to heal from each type of perfectionism, and myths about perfectionism debunked. If you're looking to figure out how to keep reaching your goals without the pressures of perfectionism, this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!Nicole's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifecoachbaker/MENTIONED+&nbsp;Nicole's Website+ What Type of Perfectionist Are You? Quiz+ Overcoming Perfectionism SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
8/13/202352 minutes, 15 seconds
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154. Erin Treloar on Overcoming Anorexia, Silencing off the Eating Disorder "Voice," and Stepping into Self Love

#154 Today's guest is Erin Treolar—a celebrity health &amp; life coach, meditation teacher and host of the Raw Beauty Talks podcast. We discuss Erin's experience navigating an eating disorder at 16, overcoming fear surrounding accepting treatment, the cognitive distortions of anorexia/aka the eating disorder "voice," how mental eating disorders are despite being perceived as being very behavior-based, why self-love and mindset are essential in any sustainable health goal, how you can support a loved one struggling with an ED, and how to approach social media when you're struggling with body image. If you or a loved one struggles with disordered eating—70% of women will in their lifetime—I HIGHLY recommend giving this episode a listen.TRIGGER WARNING for eating disorders and disordered eating.Erin's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erintreloar/?hl=enMENTIONED+&nbsp;55 Ways To Feel Better In Your Body (without a diet)SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
7/22/202324 minutes, 22 seconds
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153. EMOTIONAL VULNERABILITY: How Teenagers Can Understand & Regulate their Emotions!

#153 Today's solo episode is all about emotional vulnerability in teens! I explain the DBT model of emotions and the biopsychosocial theory as a background for how teens understand their emotions and why certain teens are more emotionally reactive. I then discuss why physical vulnerability affects teens' emotional regulation skills and how to decrease physical vulnerability using the DBT PLEASE skill. This episode is a MUST LISTEN for teens wanting to learn emotional regulation skills and for parents looking to understand their teens' emotions better!MENTIONED+&nbsp;Model of Emotions Resource+ Biopsychosocial Model Resource+&nbsp;Physical Vulnerability ResourceSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
7/1/202327 minutes, 42 seconds
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152. Healing Your Relationship with Health: Diet Culture, Exercise, Eating Disorders, & More feat Abbie Stasior

#152 Today's guest is Abbie Stasior— a Columbia University graduate student, soon to be Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and founder of Be About Being Better,&nbsp;a company that aims to show people a diet-free, sustainable healthy lifestyle is possible. In this episode, we discuss the dangers of diet culture, the differences between being healthy versus engaging in disordered behaviors and when to get a professional’s opinion on your health, steps people can take to heal from under-eating or over-eating, how to create a more healthy relationship with exercise, and tips for how to give yourself grace when making changes to your health. Abbie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbie.stasior/ MENTIONED+ Abbie's Podcast + Abbie's TikTok+ She Persisted Ep. 45 with Abbie Stasior SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
6/26/202346 minutes, 30 seconds
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151. YOUR COLLEGE APPLICATION GUIDE: How to Write Your Essays, Build Your Resume, & More! feat. Kate Stone

#151 Kate is an expert college coach and admissions consultant dedicated to unlocking the full potential of young individuals and guiding them toward their academic aspirations. In this episode, we discuss tips and brainstorming exercises for how to craft your resume and essays when applying to colleges, advice on what colleges are really looking for in your applications and what you can do to stand out, steps on how to start writing your college admissions essays, signs you may be spending too much or too little time working on your college applications, recommendations on who you should share your college essays with (and who to avoid sharing with), and what the biggest mistakes students make during the college application process are and how to avoid them. Kate's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katefrancestone/?hl=enMENTIONED+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 147+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 148+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 149+ College Mini-Series: Ep 150+ Free College Essay + Application&nbsp;Workshops+ Sign up for a free consultation with Kate+ Free Guide For Parents:&nbsp;9 Tips I Wish I Knew Before My Child Applied to College+ Free Guide For Students:&nbsp;10 Tips I Wish I Knew Before I Applied to College+ College Essay Topic Tracker + Template Brag Sheet for Letters of Recommendation&nbsp;SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
6/19/202348 minutes, 40 seconds
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150. Mental Health in College Q+A: Burnout, Getting Rejected, Stress, & Self-Care

#150 In today's solo episode, I am answering a bunch of your questions on mental health when applying to college and while attending college! I talk all about how to practice self-care even while busy in college&nbsp;and how to avoid burnout, how you can enjoy the present and make the most of your college experience, what to do when your workload is becoming overwhelming, what you can do freshman year to set yourself up for college success, how to deal with rejection during the college admissions process, and how to manage your stress during final exams and when applying for jobs and internships while in school. This episode is a MUST LISTEN if you're wondering how to optimize your mental health while making the transition into college! MENTIONED+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 147+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 148+ College Mini-Series: Ep. 149+ Submit your questions! SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
6/4/202337 minutes, 19 seconds
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149. How to THRIVE as a College Student aka YOUR ULTIMATE COLLEGE TOOLKIT feat Dr. Olivo & Dr. Seidler

#149 Today's guests are Dr. Sarah Olivo and Dr. Liz Seidler— two clinical psychologists and hosts of the College is Fine, Everything is Fine podcast who've helped students navigate the highs and lows of college for over a decade. In this episode, we discuss why college students can benefit from using DBT skills, how to manage your emotions, understand others’ states of mind, and use your wise mind as a college student, common dialectics that college students deal with, specific DBT skills for college students on reducing emotional vulnerability, improving relationships, and self-advocacy, and advice for college freshmen who are struggling. College is Fine, Everything is Fine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/collegeisfinepodcast/MENTIONED+ College is Fine, Everything is Fine Website+ The Shrink SpaceSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
5/29/202353 minutes, 24 seconds
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148. Should You Discuss Mental Health When Applying to College? feat. Emi Nietfeld

#148 Today's guest is Emi Nietfeld— an author, mental health advocate, and speaker whose works include her 2022 memoir Acceptance and her viral New York Times essay on her experience working at Google. In this episode, we discuss how she incorporated her mental health journey into her Harvard admissions essays, how to navigate the college admissions process when your mental health has affected your transcripts, how to disclose your mental health experiences on college applications, what types of support systems can make an impact on college admissions, how competition with your peers can affect the application process, and mental health reminders you need to hear when applying to college. Emi's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eminietfeld/ MENTIONED+ Emi's Website+ Emi's Newsletter+ Acceptance: A MemoirSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
5/20/202334 minutes, 56 seconds
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147. What Every College Student Should Know: Mental Health Do’s and Don’ts feat. The College Psychiatrist

Today's guest is Dr. Bianca Busch— a board-certified adult and board-eligible child &amp; adolescent psychiatrist who specializes in helping college students flourish. In this episode, we discuss why exactly college students experience so many mental health challenges, signs your mental health may be at a breaking point in college and when/where to reach out for support, ways to boost your mental health while transitioning to college and key mental health skills to use while you’re in college, and what she wishes student health services could do differently to support students’ mental health. Dr. Busch's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/collegepsychiatrist/MENTIONED+ Dr. Busch's Website+ Dr. Busch's TikTok+ Dr. Busch's Facebook+ Schedule a Consultation with Dr. Busch+ Parent Salon Series+ Mood Meter AppSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
5/13/202336 minutes, 33 seconds
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146. How to Stop Rejecting Reality & Avoiding Improvement: Skills You NEED if You’re Struggling

Today's solo episode is all about how to maintain your mental health (aka avoid making your mental health WORSE) during times when you're struggling! We discuss the background on why keeping your mental health at a net neutral is effective from a DBT perspective and then dive into coping mechanisms and skills you can use to prevent your mental health from getting worse in the short AND long-term. These skills include the STOP, TIPP, distraction, and riding the wave skills as well as the radical acceptance, cope ahead, and accumulating positives skills. This episode is a MUST LISTEN if you struggle with maladaptive coping skills and are looking for manageable ways to keep your mental health from deteriorating during difficult times. MENTIONED+&nbsp;She Persisted Episode 138 + DBT House of Treatment+&nbsp;DBT HierarchySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
5/5/202334 minutes, 24 seconds
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145. 7 Steps for Getting Better Sleep feat. Nicole Shallow

Today's guest is Nicole Shallow— a sleep expert, behavior coach, and public speaker who works to help others develop habits that ultimately improve their overall quality of life. In this episode, we discuss signs that you might be struggling to get good sleep, why teenagers often struggle most with getting good sleep, an ideal sleep schedule for teens and how teens can begin to try out this schedule, why getting good sleep is so important for your mental health, what to do during the day to get better sleep at night and the optimal nighttime routine for good sleep, and popular sleep myths debunked. &nbsp;Nicole's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourbehaviourgal/MENTIONED+ Nicole's Website+ EP 104 Sleep Deprivation, Insomnia, + Night Routine Tips for Teens feat. Generation Sleepless Authors Heather Turgeon + Julie Wright+ EP Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
4/29/202341 minutes, 46 seconds
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144. Dr. Nicole LePera on Intergenerational Trauma, Anxiety, Ego States, & Advice for Teens

Today's guest is Dr. Nicole LePera, a clinical psychologist, author, podcaster, and creator of the "Holistic Psychologist" platform that has amassed over 6.5 million followers on Instagram. Dr. LePera shares her holistic psychology approach—which involves a united philosophy of mental, physical, and spiritual wellness—with her mass audience to equip people with interdisciplinary healing tools. In this episode, we discuss what it means to treat mental health holistically and how it can make therapy more effective, how intergenerational trauma is passed on and how teens can begin to heal from it, what ego states are and how they can be impacting your mental health, what anxiety can look like in the body and how you can start to teach your body to be peaceful, and her number one piece of advice for teens. The Holistic Psychologist Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.holistic.psychologist/MENTIONED+ The Holistic Psychologist Youtube+ The Holistic Psychologist Twitter+ The Holistic Psychologist TikTok+ The SelfHealers Circle+ How to Meet Yourself+ How to Do The WorkSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+...
4/20/202341 minutes, 39 seconds
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143. EXPOSURE THERAPY: Exactly How to Reduce Anxiety, OCD, & Avoidance

Today's solo episode is all about exposure therapy! We discuss what exactly exposure therapy is, how it works, and who can benefit from it, the four different types of exposure therapy, my most embarrassing experiences with exposure therapy and how they ultimately lowered my anxiety, and a step-by-step method for how you can try out exposure therapy yourself. This episode is a MUST LISTEN if you struggle with anxiety and are looking for manageable ways to reduce it!MENTIONED+&nbsp;STUDY on Exposure Therapy for Adolescents with Anxiety and OCD+&nbsp;STUDY on Exposure Therapy for OCD+&nbsp;Info on Exposure TherapySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
4/13/202332 minutes, 57 seconds
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142. ADHD Explained: Advice for Teens & Adults with ADHD feat. Kristen Carder

Today's guest is Kristen Carder— an ADHD expert, top podcast host, and internationally-recognized mindset coach for adults with ADHD. In this episode, we discuss differences between presentations of ADHD in adults, children, and teens, the most common symptoms of ADHD, how parents can best support their children and teens with ADHD, the ADHD spectrum and why certain people are under-diagnosed, advice for someone who has recently been diagnosed with ADHD, difficulties that students with ADHD can face at school, resources for people looking to learn more about their ADHD diagnosis, and opinions on popular online discussions about ADHD. Kristen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i.have.adhd.podcast/ + Kristen's Website+ Kristen's Podcast+ Taking Charge of Adult ADHD+ ADHD 2.0+ Mood Meter AppSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior...
4/6/202337 minutes, 24 seconds
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141. Losing a Loved One to Suicide: What Alexandra Wyman Wants You to Know

Today's guest is Alexandra Wyman— an author, podcaster, speaker and grief navigator. After losing her husband to suicide, Alexandra wrote The Suicide Club: What to Do When Someone You Love Chooses Death to offer a road back to peace and joy for anyone who has lost someone close to them to suicide. In this episode, we discuss Alexandra's journey to becoming an advocate for people whose loved ones died by suicide, what the initial days of grieving a suicide can be like and ways others can best offer support during these times, boundaries she wished she had set while grieving and reminders she wishes she had heard, maintaining your personal identity while grieving, tools and resources that are helpful throughout the grieving process, and thoughts on how people react to suicides in the news and popular misconceptions about suicide. &nbsp;Alexandra's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/forwardtojoy + Alexandra's Website + The Suicide Club: What to Do When Someone You Love Chooses Death+ Alexandra's Email+ To Be Magnetic SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+...
3/30/202332 minutes, 48 seconds
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140. Q+A: Trusting Yourself, Willfulness, Advocating for Your Needs, & Building Healthy Relationships

In today's solo episode, I am answering a bunch of your questions! I share my tips on how to advocate for your needs with others, why we sometimes look for unhealthy attention and how to avoid this behavior, how to cope when someone needs space from you, how to build trust with yourself, what to talk about in therapy sessions, and how to navigate a loved one's willfulness. MENTIONED+ She Persisted Ep. 139+ Submit your questions! SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/23/202324 minutes, 39 seconds
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139. A Therapist's Guide to Why We Get Stuck & Ways to Move Forward feat. Britt Frank

Today's guest is Britt Frank—a licensed psychotherapist, trauma specialist, speaker, award-winning adjunct instructor, and author of The Science of Stuck. In this episode, we discuss why people get stuck in the first place, signs you may be getting stuck with your personal goals or relationships, the truth behind laziness, the neuroscience behind getting stuck and pursuing goals, how to set and prioritize achievable goals, how to make promises to yourself that reduce shame, and tips that stop you from being stuck. Britt Frank's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittfrank/?hl=en MENTIONED+ Britt's Website+ Britt's Book The Science of Stuck + Atomic Habits SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/16/202334 minutes, 26 seconds
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138. How to Survive a Panic Attack - SOLO EP

Today's solo episode is all about how to cope when you are experiencing a panic attack or other forms of intense anxiety. We discuss three DBT distress tolerance skills that will help you stop a panic attack in its tracks: The STOP skill, the TIPP skill, and the ACCEPTS and IMPROVE skill. If you struggle with anxiety, this is a MUST LISTEN &amp; I share a coping skill that is 100% effective, every single time!!SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/9/202335 minutes, 43 seconds
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137. The Hidden Dangers of Social Media Use: Mental Health Risks for Teens Online & How Parents Can Help feat. Dr. Lisa Strohman

Today's guest is Dr. Lisa Strohman—an attorney, clinical psychologist, and author who has widely become known for her advocacy and education around mental wellness as it relates to our digital lives. She is also the founder and director of Digital Citizen Academy, one of the first organizations to address the global issue of technology addiction and overuse. In this episode, we discuss the dangers of technology use and how teens can use social media in healthier ways, the symptoms of screen addiction, the worst social media platforms for mental health, and advice for parents on setting technology boundaries and helping their teens avoid dangers online. Dr. Strohman's Website: https://drlisastrohman.com/ MENTIONED+ Unplug: Raising Kids in a Technology Addicted World+ Digital Distress: Growing Up Online+ Frances Haugen Testimony+ Digital Citizen Academy SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the...
3/2/202336 minutes, 45 seconds
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136. TEEN TREATMENT PROGRAMS: Tips for Parents & Teens on Finding the Right Treatment Program ft. Dr. Justin Mohatt

Today's guest is Dr. Justin Mohatt— an internationally recognized, double Board-Certified Psychiatrist at Ohana, a program for child and adolescent behavioral health at Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. In this episode, we discuss advice for both parents and teens on different types of teen mental health treatment programs. For parents, we share tips on how to find the right treatment program for your child, including how to start the search process, program must-haves and red flags,&nbsp;how to motivate your teen to seek treatment, and how families can participate in the treatment process. For teens, we share what to expect when starting a mental health treatment program and how you can benefit most from residential treatment.Ohana's Website: https://www.montagehealth.org/locations/profile/ohana/ SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
2/23/202344 minutes, 37 seconds
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135. Q+A: Self-Care, School Burnout, Social Media, Seeking Help, & More!

In today's solo episode, I am answering a bunch of your questions! I share my tips on avoiding social media addiction, finding a self-care routine, taking mental health breaks and avoiding burnout, dealing with imposter syndrome, coping with your child's depression as a parent, experiencing medication side effects, reaching out for help when struggling with suicidal ideation, and caring for your mental health when on your period. MENTIONED+ She Persisted Ep. 104+ She Persisted Ep. 107+ She Persisted Ep. 114 + She Persisted Ep. 115+ Man's Search for Meaning + My Skin &amp; Hair Care FavsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
2/16/202343 minutes, 19 seconds
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134. ELLIE ZEILER’s Advice for Teens: Mental Health, Relationships, Confidence, Social Media, & More!

Today's guest is Ellie Zeiler, an 18 year-old social media influencer, model, actress, and podcaster who boasts almost 11 million followers on TikTok. In this episode, we discuss Ellie's experiences as a social media creator and her advice for teens, including how to find your identity and build self-confidence, overcome bullying, use social media in a healthy way, become more independent, navigate relationships with friends and family, and stay on top of your mental health. Ellie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elliezeiler/MENTIONED+ Ellie's TikTok+ Ellie's Youtube+ Ellie's Podcast+ Ellie's podcast ep. on independence + Asana SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
2/9/202331 minutes, 29 seconds
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133. EATING DISORDERS: Signs, Symptoms, Social Media, & Support Systems feat. Dr. Sam DeCaro

Today's guest is Dr. Sam DeCaro— a licensed psychologist who provides individual, family, and couples therapy. Dr. DeCaro also served as an Assistant Clinical Director at the Renfrew Center for Eating Disorders and currently shares her eating disorder expertise as a writer and speaker. In this episode, we discuss common risk factors for eating disorders, signs that someone may be developing an eating disorder, ways that parents and loved ones can support someone with an eating disorder, how social media can affect body image and contribute to eating disorders, common eating disorder myths, and eating disorder resources that people can turn to for help. Dr. Sam's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.samdecaro/?hl=enMENTIONED+ The Renfrew Center+ 1-800-RENFREW+ Renfrew Center TikTok + National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)+ NEDA Parent ToolkitSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🎧 Tigress by Nadya Okamoto: This is my unedited and rather unfiltered reflection on where I find myself right now -- a work in progress, channeling my inner tigress.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
2/2/202342 minutes, 44 seconds
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132. 10 Coping Skills You NEED to Know - DBT Education

Today's solo episode is all about coping skills! I discuss all of my favorite DBT coping skills geared toward tolerating distress and regulating emotions and share how you can easily do them at home. These coping skills include the TIPP skill, Opposite Action skill, STOP skill, Check the Facts skill, and ABC skill.MENTIONED+ Ep. 85 on Emotion Education + Building a Life Worth LivingSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🎧 Tigress by Nadya Okamoto: This is my unedited and rather unfiltered reflection on where I find myself right now -- a work in progress, channeling my inner tigress.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
1/26/202336 minutes, 6 seconds
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131. Why We Struggle with Our Emotions & Ways to Build Emotional Intelligence feat. Jay Fields

Today's guest is Jay Fields, an educator, coach and author who has taught the principles of embodied social and emotional intelligence to individuals and organizations for twenty years. In this episode, we talk all about emotional regulation, including emotional difficulties faced by college students, how your childhood and parents can impact your ability to emotionally regulate and form healthy relationships, ways to improve your relationship between your body and your emotions, tips for managing your nervous system and building better emotional habits, and the power of self-empathy. Jay's Website: https://jay-fields.com/MENTIONED+ Jay's Newsletter &amp; Coaching Sign-Up's+ Jay's LinkedIn Learning Courses + Your Resonant Self+ Mood Meter+ Emotions in the BodySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🎧 Tigress by Nadya Okamoto: This is my unedited and rather unfiltered reflection on where I find myself right now -- a work in progress, channeling my inner tigress.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
1/19/202340 minutes, 50 seconds
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130. Making Goals and Getting Motivated: Easy Ways to Increase Productivity & Achieve Your Ambitions feat. Kate Stone

Today's guest is Kate Stone, an actress, founder of the HeartSpeak Empowerment School, college coach, and creator of The 30-Day Motivation Text Challenge. In this episode, we discuss how to create and prioritize goals, why people struggle to be motivated and achieve their goals, hacks and mantras for boosting daily motivation, why teenagers in particular can struggle with motivation, and how teens can make goals that boost their self-esteem and college admissions chances.Kate's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katefrancestone/?hl=enMENTIONED+ The 90 Day Plan Workshop+&nbsp;The HeartSpeak Micro-Text 30 Day Motivation Challenge&nbsp;+&nbsp;The HeartSpeak School: 7 Week Empowerment Program+&nbsp;The HeartSpeak FREE Monthly Community — Every Third Thursday&nbsp;+&nbsp;College Essay &amp; Admissions Consulting&nbsp;—&nbsp;Students can sign up today!+&nbsp;Kate's Upcoming FREE College Essay Workshop&nbsp;— always check for newest dates!+ Follow Kate On Social Media:&nbsp;Instagram — @katefrancestone&nbsp;+&nbsp;TikTok — @katestoneheartspeak&nbsp;+ Abraham-Hicks SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🎧 Tigress by Nadya Okamoto: This is my unedited and rather unfiltered reflection on where I find myself right now -- a work in progress, channeling my inner tigress.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted...
1/12/202341 minutes, 7 seconds
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129. New Years Resolutions For Your Mental Health: SMART Goals, My 2023 Intentions, + More

Today's solo episode is all about new year's resolutions and goals for 2023! I cover why people with anxiety tend to set unrealistic goals, shifting your mental health goals from being results-based to actionable steps, types of mental health goals to set for this year, SMART goals, and my resolutions/intentions for 2023!MENTIONED+ Ep. 120 Mental Health Habits+ Lost Connections+ Building a Life Worth Living+ Atomic Habits+ SMART goals+ A Fearless Heart (book on compassion)SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCSPONSOR🎧 Tigress by Nadya Okamoto: This is my unedited and rather unfiltered reflection on where I find myself right now -- a work in progress, channeling my inner tigress.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
1/5/202332 minutes, 29 seconds
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128. Ally Petitti on Anxiety, Health and Childhood Struggles, & Advice for Teens

Today's guest is Ally Petitti—host of the popular podcast Trying To Figure It Out. On her podcast, Ally discusses toxic friendships, toxic relationships, mental health, and more. In this episode, we discuss how she started her podcast and her mental health journey, her advice for teenagers whose parents have divorced, her traumatic health experience, how she manages her anxiety through exposure therapy and EFT, and her tips for teens on mental health and starting college. Alli's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allypetitti/?hl=en+ Alli's Youtube+ She Persisted episode on exposure therapy SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
12/27/202234 minutes, 29 seconds
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127. Getting Through Grief: Tips for Processing Grief and Healing Your Heart feat. Sharon Brubaker

Today's guest is Sharon Brubaker—a certified life coach and credentialed Grief Specialist who has studied grief and healing for over 16 years. Sharon specializes in helping grieving women process their thoughts and emotions. In this episode, we discuss different ways in which people can grieve, the inaccuracies of the five stages of grief, tips on how to cope, ask for help, and heal when experiencing grief, advice on helping a loved one who is experiencing grief, and how our education system has failed to teach children about grief. Sharon's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griefhealingwithsharonbrubaker/?hl=enMENTIONED+ Sharon's Website+ Sharon's Facebook+ Sharon's Book + Sharon's TEDx Talk+ Lost Connections by Johann Hari + Grief ShareSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted...
12/20/202232 minutes, 13 seconds
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126. YOUR MENTAL HEALTH TOOLKIT for the Holiday Season (Navigating Finals Stress, Family Relationships, Seasonal Depression, + Body Image)

Today's solo episode is all about managing your mental health during the holidays! I answer your questions on continuing healthy habits over winter break, recharging and recovering from burnout over the holidays, navigating the stresses of studying for finals, managing fears of disappointing your parents, dealing with seasonal depression, and improving your body image and self-confidence during the holiday season. MENTIONED+ McLean's Guide to Managing Mental Health Around the HolidaysSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
12/13/202234 minutes, 45 seconds
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125. Tips for Teens: Relationships, College Apps, Finals Stress & More! feat. Talk With Zach

Today's guest is Zach Gottlieb, who is the 16-year-old founder of Talk With Zach. Talk With Zach is a Gen-Z movement and community that hosts important conversations to change the culture, inspire activism, and make the world a better place. In this episode, we discuss navigating friendships and romantic relationships as a teen, unique mental health struggles faced by teenage boys, the dangers of social media, college application process tips, and advice for parents on how to support their teens. Zach's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkwithzach/MENTIONED+ Talk With Zach Website+ Ask ZachSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
12/6/202240 minutes, 14 seconds
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124. Generational Healing: Nancy Diaz on Identity Struggles & Trauma for Multicultural Women of Color

Today's guest is Nancy Diaz of Global Citizen Therapy. Nancy provides online therapy and coaching services for multicultural women of color in order to pave the way for generational healing. In this episode, we discuss the identity struggles that daughters of immigrants can face and communicating these struggles with parents, finding the perfect therapists and mental health resources for women of color, the relationships between systematic oppression and mental health struggles, and how generational healing can help treat trauma. Nancy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/globalcitizentherapy/ MENTIONED+ Global Citizen Therapy Website+ Nancy's Facebook+ Nancy's TikTok+ Nancy's Podcast+ Brown Girl TherapySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—get 40% off your subscription for the next 10 days with code 'SHEPERSISTED' or go to magicmind.co/shepersistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
11/29/202243 minutes, 40 seconds
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123. Q+A: Staying Healthy in College, Eating Habits, Starting Therapy, & More!

In today's solo episode I am answering a bunch of your questions! I share my tips on managing disordered eating habits, how to talk to your parents about starting therapy (using DBT skills), how to maintain your mental health in college and during daylight savings, my latest traveling and reading recommendations, advice on starting intensive care, and how to help a friend who doesn't want to be helped. MENTIONED+ She Persisted Ep. 121+ She Persisted Ep. 89+ She Persisted Ep. 74+ She Persisted Ep. 73+ Atomic Habits + Big Feelings + Lost Connections+ Building a Life Worth LivingSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—get 40% off your subscription for the next 10 days with code 'SHEPERSISTED' or go to magicmind.co/shepersistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m"...
11/22/202240 minutes, 8 seconds
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122. Ending Institutionalized Child Abuse feat. Breaking Code Silence - THE TROUBLED TEEN INDUSTRY

Today's guest is Bobby Cook, who is on the Breaking Code Silence team. Breaking Code Silence is a nonprofit organization that works to support and uplift survivors of the troubled teen industry (TTI) while promoting evidence-based alternatives to the TTI for present and future generations and their parents. In this episode, we discuss what exactly the TTI is and our difficult experiences with it, major red flags that families should avoid when seeking treatment programs for teens, struggles faced by teens after they leave these programs and barriers they face in seeking justice, and how people can get involved to help shut down these programs for good. Breaking Code Silence Website: https://www.breakingcodesilence.org/ MENTIONED+ Breaking Code Silence's Instagram+ Breaking Code Silence's Facebook+ Breaking Code Silence's Youtube + Breaking Code Silence's TikTok+ Indicators of Abuse + Volunteering with Breaking Code Silence+ This is Paris+ She Persisted Ep. 64+ She Persisted Ep. 41SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—get 40% off your subscription for the next 10 days with code 'SHEPERSISTED' or go to magicmind.co/shepersistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
11/15/20221 hour, 10 minutes, 18 seconds
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121. Mary's Cup of Tea on Healing Your Body Image through Journaling, Social Media, College, & More!

Today's guest is Mary Jelkovsky—host of the self-love podcast Mary's Cup of Tea, author of The Gift of Self-Love, and inspirational speaker who helps women worldwide on their body-image struggles and loving themselves unconditionally. In this episode, we discuss the dangers of the world of body-building, how to critically consume social media images and avoid comparisons, tips for improving self-love and body image, and advice for starting journaling. Mary's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maryscupofteaa/ MENTIONED+ Mary's Website+ The Gift of Self Love + 100 Days of Self Love + Mary's Podcast+ Mary's TikTok+ Atomic HabitsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—get 40% off your subscription for the next 10 days with code 'SHEPERSISTED' or go to magicmind.co/shepersistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
11/8/202233 minutes, 56 seconds
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120. Mental Health Habits to Decrease Emotional Vulnerability & Sustain Recovery

Today's solo episode is all about mental health habits! I discuss how the principles in James Clear's Atomic Habits can be applied to mental health, using habits to decrease emotional vulnerability, the PLEASE skill + investing in physical health to support your mental health, the nonnegotiable habits I do on a daily basis, the importance of habit tracking, and habits to break ASAP. MENTIONED+ Atomic Habits+ Atomic Habits summary+ Atomic Habits summary 2+ Lifestyle Habits and Mental Health in Light of the Two COVID-19 Pandemic Waves in Sweden, 2020+ Morning Microdose+ Ep. 106 feat. Dr. Judy HoSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—get 40% off your subscription for the next 10 days with code 'SHEPERSISTED' or go to magicmind.co/shepersistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
11/5/202242 minutes, 56 seconds
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119. A TEEN'S GUIDE TO THERAPY: Finding a Therapist, Avoiding Red Flags, Unique Challenges, and Breaking Up with your Therapist feat. Shani Tran

Today's guest is Shani Tran—therapist and author of Dope Therapy who focuses on educating around cultural humility and working with people of color, who have historically been underserved by the mental health community. We discuss how she began her career and achieved TikTok fame, tips for starting therapy for the first time, red flags to avoid when finding a therapist, the stigmas around therapy and unique mental health challenges faced by teens, and what to do if therapy isn't working for you— including breaking up with your therapist. Shani Tran's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theshaniproject/ MENTIONED+ Dope Therapy by Shani Tran+ Shani's TikTokSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/25/202233 minutes, 45 seconds
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118. Dr. Sasha Heinz on Improving Your Life with Developmental + Positive Psychology Principles

Today's guest is Sasha Heinz, PhD, MAPP—a developmental psychologist and life coach who is an expert in positive psychology, lasting behavioral change, and the science of getting unstuck. In her private coaching practice, she teaches clients the tools to change their lives for good. Heinz received her BA from Harvard, her PhD in development psychology from Columbia, and her master’s in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she also served as a faculty member (go Quakers!!). We discuss how attending therapy can help you with 'adulting', how to use coping skills in daily life, the myths around toxic positivity, how to improve your life using positive psychology, and misconceptions about improving your well-being. Dr. Heinz's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drsashaheinz/?hl=enMENTIONED+ Dr. Heinz's website + Mind Your Mind+ Caroline Miller's book + Positive Psychotherapy research + Lost Connections by Johann Hari + Barbara Fredrickson's research + Episode with Whitney Goodman SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
10/20/202251 minutes, 34 seconds
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117. How I Get the Most Out of Therapy + Feel Seen in Sessions - SOLO EP

Today's solo episode is all about optimizing your therapy appointments! I reflected on my 7 years of therapy and my experiences working with almost as many therapists to give you all my best tips to get the most out of your sessions! I talk about setting an agenda for your sessions, using a diary card, tracking your coping skills, celebrating your growth, setting tangible weekly goals (+ following up on them), getting support between appointments, navigating switching therapists, and challenging yourself to be vulnerable! MENTIONED+ Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)+ Bullet Journal Flip Through+ Notion Habit Tracker+ Habit Tracker AppSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR📲This week's episode is brought to you by Waveform Social. Waveform Social offers podcast website design and development, podcast social media marketing, and full podcast digital marketing for your show! Increase your podcast's presence on TikTok, Instagram Reels, Pinterest, and YouTube Shorts while skyrocketing your downloads, and send an email to [email protected] to schedule your FREE consult call today! LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/17/202232 minutes, 29 seconds
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116. Lindsey Simcik on Being Okay with Being Single, Using Discipline to Find Freedom, Thriving in the Chaos of College

Today's guest is Lindsey Simcik—the co-host of Almost 30 and Morning Microdose! Almost 30 is a top 50 lifestyle, wellness, and spirituality podcast, with events all over the world, digital courses and workshops, and a community of millions that proves we are not alone. (adapted from almost30.com) Lindsey and I discuss her wisdom for young adults at the beginning of their journies, tips to mitigate anxiety long-term, using movement to maintain your mental health, advice for navigating the chaotic season that is college, using discipline to have more freedom in your life, and being okay with being single in high school and college.Lindsey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindseysimcik/?hl=enMENTIONED+ Almost 30+ PodcastPro+ PodcastPro ApplicationsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🗳️ This week's episode is sponsored by Do Something. You have the power to elect officials who are committed to protecting young people and their communities. It takes 2 mins to make sure you're heard by registering to vote: https://www.dosomething.org/us/vote/shepersisted! LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
10/6/202244 minutes, 25 seconds
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115. SUICIDE PREVENTION: What to Expect When Calling 988 + Reasons to Have Hope feat. Adia Fadaei

TRIGGER WARNING for suicidal ideation and suicide prevention-related languageIn honor of September being Suicide Prevention Month, I am sitting down with Adia Fadaei—a 19-year-old mental health and suicide prevention advocate. Her passion for eradicating the stigma surrounding mental health and suicidality began 14, working at Teen Line as a hotline listener, outreach presenter, and intern. She is a crisis counselor for 988 Crisis &amp; Suicide Lifeline at Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center. We discuss Adia's background in the suicide prevention industry, reasons to call 988, exactly what happens when you call 988, a role-play of what a 988 call is like, suicidal ambivalence, tools to use during an emotional crisis, warning signs of suicidality, common emotional responses to experiencing suicidal ideation, suicidal phrases being used as slang, what Adia hopes to see in the suicide prevention industry, debunking 988 misconceptions, and so much more! If you or a loved one is struggling with suicidal ideation, I highly recommend calling 988 or checking out the resources below. You are not alone! Follow Adia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adiafadaei/MENTIONED+ Didi Hirsch+ Call or Text 988+ Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741)+ 13 Reasons Why effects research+ SPRC Guidelines+ National Action Alliance Guidelines+ sprc.org+ assp.org+ TeenlineSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!📲This week's episode is brought to you by Waveform Social. Waveform Social offers podcast website design and development, podcast social media marketing, and full podcast digital marketing for your show (full offerings HERE)! Increase your podcast's presence on TikTok, Instagram Reels, Pinterest, and YouTube Shorts while skyrocketing your downloads, and send an email to <a href="[email protected]" rel="noopener...
9/25/202259 minutes, 39 seconds
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114. SUICIDE PREVENTION: My Experience, Crisis Survival Skills, + Long-Term Recovery

TRIGGER WARNING for suicidal ideation + attempt In honor of September being Suicide Prevention Month, today's solo episode is all about my experiences with suicidal ideation. This episode focuses on skills education to help you navigate SI or support someone struggling white avoiding graphics that could potentially be triggering. I discuss my experiences with SI, what allowed me to shift these thought patterns, psychology facts to remember when feeling suicidal, my top crisis management skills, emotion regulation/long-term skills to build your life worth living, and answer some listener questions! MENTIONED+ 3East McLean Hospital+ Ep. 28 feat. Blaise Aguirre MD+ Atomic Habits by James Clear+ Crisis Survival Plan+ Text HOME to 741741 for the Crisis Text Line+ CDC's Suicide Prevention Resources+ Didi Hirsch+ Teenline+ About 988SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS📦This week's episode is brought to you by Amazon Prime Student. Start your 6-month free trial (and 50% off after your trial ends) and get FREE subscriptions to LinkedIn Premium, GrubHub+, Calm, Course Hero, 10% off Student Universe, and more! #ad #myprimestudent🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
9/18/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 3 seconds
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113. How to Make New Friends, Overcome Loneliness, + Combat Social Anxiety with Friendship Expert Dr. Marisa Franco

Today's guest is Dr. Marisa Franco—a psychologist, author, professor, and friendship expert. In this episode, we discuss the untrue beliefs we hold about platonic relationships, how loneliness prevents us from engaging in relationships, first steps to take in building relationships (and why it will scientifically turn out better than you think it will), how to build your social infrastructure, why early interactions are awkward, working through your social anxiety, and Dr. Franco's thoughts on intro/extroverts, friend groups, and best friends. Dr. Franco's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmarisagfranco/Dr. Franco's Website: https://drmarisagfranco.com/MENTIONED+ Platonic by Dr. Franco+ Attached by Amir Levine+ All About Love by Bell Hooks+ @daniellebayardjackson+ @katvellos_author+ @miriamkirmayerSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS📦This week's episode is brought to you by Amazon Prime Student. Start your 6-month free trial (and 50% off after your trial ends) and get FREE subscriptions to LinkedIn Premium, GrubHub+, Calm, Course Hero, 10% off Student Universe, and more! #ad #myprimestudent🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
9/8/202235 minutes, 4 seconds
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112. Struggling with Depression as a Perfectionist: Dr. Margaret Rutherford on Perfectly Hidden Depression

Today's guest is Dr. Margaret Rutherford—a psychologist, author, podcast host, and writer! We discuss Dr. Margaret's background in the mental health field, how she identified and coined the term "perfectly hidden depression," what perfectly hidden depression is, how perfectionism can cover up emotional pain, the implications of not expressing emotions, high-functioning vs. perfectly hidden depression, warning signs to keep be aware of, Dr. Margaret's healing process for depression, how you can support someone struggling, and so much more!My episode on the Self-Work Podcast: https://drmargaretrutherford.com/296-selfwork-teenage-depression-its-real-how-can-you-help-a-conversation-with-sadie-sutton/Dr. Margaret's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmargaretrutherford/MENTIONED+ Brené Brown's books+ I Don't Want to Talk About It by: Terrence Real+ What Made Maddy Run by: Kate Fagan+ QuestionaireSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS📦This week's episode is brought to you by Amazon Prime Student. Start your 6-month free trial (and 50% off after your trial ends) and get FREE subscriptions to LinkedIn Premium, GrubHub+, Calm, Course Hero, 10% off Student Universe, and more! #ad #myprimestudent🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
8/31/202243 minutes, 30 seconds
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111. What Does Therapy Mean to You? feat. Ashley Blaine Featherson-Jenkins

Today's guest is Ashley Blaine Featherson-Jenkins—a Netflix star, producer, content creator, proud Howard University graduate, and the host of Trials To Triumphs&nbsp;on the OWN Network! In this episode, we discuss Ashley's background in the entertainment industry, her experience starting therapy, why it's important to redefine therapy so it meets your needs, why preventative mental health care is so essential for POC/females/teens, current and past traumas POC are collectively working through, opening yourself up in relationships, trials and triumphs in Ashley's life + relationship, advice for navigating difficult seasons of life, getting in touch with your "why" and life purpose, and building a gratitude practice. Ashley's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trialstotriumphspod/MENTIONED+ Entertainment Community (formerly The Actors Fund)+ Halftime on Netflix+ Trials to Triumphs Podcast+ Dear White People on Netflix+ Grand Crew+ Run the WorldSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORs🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
8/19/202241 minutes, 39 seconds
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110. AMA: Habit Tracking, Mental Health Book Recommendations, + Treatment Storytimes - SOLO EP

In today's ask me anything/Q+A/advice episode, I am answering your questions about advocating to your parents, knowing what type of therapy is right for you, hitting rock bottom, dealing with judgment, addressing the teen mental health crisis, supporting men struggling with their mental health, talking about mental health on social media, skills coaching, diary cards, troubled teen industry stories, reading recommendations and so much more!!MENTIONED+ Anonymous topic submission form+EP #109 Understanding Depression: Causes, Cognitions, Comorbidity, + Coping Featuring UPenn Professor Ayelet Ruscio PhD+ John Oliver - Mental Health Care+ Bustle - Millennials May Be The “Therapy Generation,” But Gen Z Is Even More Open About Mental Health+ This is Paris - Documentary+ Troubled Teen Industry Episodes: #64 Sydney Montana, #62 Evan Haines, #41 Daisye+ 3East McLean Hospital (highly recommend this residential program)+ Shop reading recsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORs☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
8/12/202246 minutes, 51 seconds
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109. Understanding Depression: Causes, Cognitions, Comorbidity, + Coping Featuring UPenn Professor Ayelet Ruscio PhD

Today we are going "into the classroom" with my Abnormal Psychology professor, Ayelet Ruscio! Dr. Ruscio's research a the University of Pennsylvania specializes in anxiety and mood disorders–their nature, classification, and comorbidity. (via psychology.sas.upenn.edu) We discuss why adolescence is such a crucial period for depression (and the role stress plays in this), the gender differences that contribute to higher rates of depression in females, tips to counteract rumination, ways teens can reduce their risk for mental illness, what is subclinical depression + ways to take action, why mental health skills are beneficial across the board, the relationship between stress and depression, common cognitive experiences in depression + how to counteract these, how and why comorbidity and cooccurrence of depression and other mental illnesses occurs, and how different are depression and anxiety really?MENTIONED+ Constance Hammen Stress Generation SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
8/5/202243 minutes, 30 seconds
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108. Michael Slepian PhD on The Psychology of Secrets + How to Be More Vulnerable

Today's guest is Michael Slepian—the Sanford C. Bernstein &amp; Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia University, a recipient of the Rising Star Award from the Association for Psychological Science, the leading expert on the psychology of secrets, and the author of The Secret Life of Secrets: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are. We discuss what qualifies something as a secret, the most common secrets people keep, the psychology of secret-keeping, personal/relationship/identity consequences of secrets, the pros and cons of confiding in someone else, why being authentic will almost always be a positive experience, tips to increase your vulnerability, and when you should keep a secret.MENTIONED+ The Secret Life of Secrets: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are+ http://keepingsecrets.org/SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She...
7/28/202229 minutes, 29 seconds
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107. Working Through Difficult Emotions and Suicidal Thoughts feat. Liz + Mollie

TW for suicidal thoughts ~42 minutes into this episodeToday's guests are Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy, the co-authors of the WSJ bestseller&nbsp;No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work and Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay. We discuss why the 7 "big feelings" (burnout, perfectionism, comparison, uncertainty, anger, regret, + despair) are so difficult to navigate and tips on working through them, why it's so important to identify the emotions you're feeling, tips to lean into the emotional experience to understand what your emotions are trying to tell you, recovering from suicidal ideation (+ what to say to someone in this headspace), and advice on supporting someone struggling with these feelings.Liz + Mollie's Website: https://www.lizandmollie.com/Liz + Mollie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lizandmollie/This week's DBT skill is Cope Ahead (as mentioned in this convo + at the end of the episode in more depth). Learn more HERE! MENTIONED+ No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work+ Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not OkaySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
7/21/20221 hour, 4 minutes, 13 seconds
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106. Dr. Judy Ho on Why We Self-Sabotage + How to Stop

This week's guest is Dr. Judy Ho—a licensed and triple board-certified Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychologist, a tenured Associate Professor at Pepperdine University, television and podcast host, and published author. (bio via drjudyho.com) We discuss why she started specializing in self-sabotage, what exactly self-sabotage is and why we do it, the 4 factors that predispose people to self-sabotage, red flags to be aware of, how to determine if your goals are realistic, values-based work, the first step to take in your self-sabotage journey, and why negative emotions are necessary.Dr. Judy Ho's Website: https://www.drjudyho.com/Dr. Judy Ho's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjudyho/This week's DBT Skill is the Chain Analysis skill! Learn more HERE.MENTIONED+ Stop Self-Sabotage by: Dr. Judy Ho+ Values-Based Card Sort+ The Life QuizSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
7/10/202237 minutes, 37 seconds
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105. Mental Health Advice for College Students: Tips to Master Your Routine, Relationships, Rest, Recreation, and Resources

In today's solo episode I am giving you my tips on how to maintain your mental health as a college student! After wrapping up my freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania, I've put together this comprehensive episode to help you feel prepared to navigate college life! I've broken it down into 5 categories: routine, relationships, rest, recreation, and resources! I tell you everything I wish I knew before starting my freshman year and cover topics like choosing classes, taking mental health days, avoiding burnout, roommates, making friends, naps, hobbies, free time, exercise, and more! At the end of the episode, I answer YOUR questions about college + mental health! MENTIONED+ Asana+ Notion+ Ep. 104 Sleep Deprivation, Insomnia, + Night Routine Tips for Teens feat. Generation Sleepless Authors Heather Turgeon + Julie Wright+ Ep. 39 Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)+ Atomic Habits by James Clear+ Ep. 94 Staying Healthy in College: Managing Sleep, Stress, Exercise, Nutrition, Substances, and More feat. Jill + Dave Henry+ Ep. 55 Mental Health Advice for High School StudentsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok...
6/30/202246 minutes, 54 seconds
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104. Sleep Deprivation, Insomnia, + Night Routine Tips for Teens feat. Generation Sleepless Authors Heather Turgeon + Julie Wright

Today's guests are Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright—the psychotherapists, sleep experts, and the authors of The Happy Sleeper and Generation Sleepless. In this episode, we discuss why teenagers are experiencing more sleep deprivation than any other demographic, the "perfect storm" leading teens to lose sleep, what exactly happens when you sleep + why it's so important that you get enough rest, at-home steps you can take to improve your sleep hygiene, night routine tips, how to combat insomnia, tips to get up in the morning, and so much more! If you are a teen or parent of a teen who struggles with sleep (like most of us do) this episode is for you and will provide so much value!MENTIONED+ The Happy Sleeper website: https://www.thehappysleeper.com/+ The Happy Sleeper Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehappysleeper/+ Generation Sleepless: Why Tweens and Teens Aren't Sleeping Enough, and How We Can Help ThemSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
6/23/202250 minutes, 3 seconds
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103. How to Optimize Your Therapy Sessions feat. ShrinkChick's Emmalee Bierly + Jennifer Chaiken

Today's guests are ShrinkChicks co-hosts and Therapy Group founders Emmalee Bierly, LMFT, and Jennifer Chaiken, LMFT! We dive into how negative therapy experiences led Emalee + Jennifer to become therapists, the reasons college is one of the most challenging seasons for mental health, why you should be therapist-shopping, the biggest determinant of success in therapy, how to optimize your sessions to get the most out of them, debunking therapy myths, what is the family systems modality, and signs therapy may be beneficial for you.MENTIONED+ ShrinkChicks' Website &amp; Podcast: https://www.shrinkchicks.com/+ ShrinkChicks' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shrinkchicks/+ Therapy Group Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetherapygrp/SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
6/18/202245 minutes, 11 seconds
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102. High School, College Apps, Dating, Podcast Growth, + More feat. The Girly Girl Podcast's Carmen Applegate

Today's guest is Carmen Applegate—the host of The Girly Girl Podcast! In this episode, we answer all your questions about high school, content creation, podcast growth, Pinterest marketing, dating, boys, flirting, and so much more! Carmen's Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-girly-girl-podcast/id1527929846?uo=4Carmen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegirlygirlpodcast/This week's DBT Skill is grounding. Learn more HERE!MENTIONED+ Almost30 Podcast Accelerator + Scout's AgencySHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
6/9/202250 minutes, 27 seconds
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101. Auschwitz Survivor Dr. Edith Eger on Living in the Present, Uncertainty, Suppressed Emotions, and Inner Dialogues

Today's guest is Dr. Edith Eger—a psychologist, New York Times bestselling author, dancer, and holocaust survivor. At 16 years old, Edith and her family were sent to Auschwitz where her parents were sent to the gas chambers. However, Edith’s bravery kept her and her sister alive. During her time in the concentration camps, Edith and her sister were subjected to torture, abuse, and Edith came face to face with the "angel of death," Josef Mengele. After being liberated in 1945, Edith struggled with suicidal depression, survivor's guilt, and the aftermath of the trauma she endured. After 20 years of suppressing her story and emotions, Edith began to share her experiences and help others work through their PTSD and traumas. Today, at 94-years-old Dr. Eger is a prolific author, practicing psychologist, professor, speaker, and advocate. (bio adapted from dreditheger.com)In this profound conversation, we discuss living in the present, what happens when we suppress emotions, working through guilt, anger, and uncertainty, taking accountability, acting with kindness, how crucial inner dialogues are, Dr. Eger's experiences with suicidal ideation after being liberated, and her life today! Dr. Eger's documentary: https://www.pbs.org/video/i-danced-for-the-angel-of-death-the-dr-edith-eva-eger-story-hoh0ya/Dr. Eger's website: https://dreditheger.com/Dr. Eger's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.editheger/Dr. Eger's course: https://yoursoulsearch.org/courses/dredithegerMENTIONED+ Dr. Seligman's work on Learned Helplessness+ Learned Helplessness by Dr. Seligman+ Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl+ Carl Jung's work on the Shadow+ The Choice by Dr. Edith Eger+ The Gift by Dr. Edith EgerSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to <a...
6/2/202226 minutes, 24 seconds
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100. My Top 10 Mental Health Tips from 100 Episodes + 4 Years of Depression Recovery

Episode 100—can you believe it?!? I asked you guys on Instagram what you wanted to hear to celebrate and the majority said a solo episode. So, here we are—an episode jam-packed with my top 10 insights/takeaways/tips from the last 5 years (severely struggling with depression and anxiety from 13-16, navigating intensive treatment as a teen, recovering, and recording 100+ podcast episodes about mental health). THANK YOU for listening, supporting, and allowing me to share my story it means more to me than you'll ever know :) PS: make sure to enter the 100-episode giveaway on IG! TW for suicidal ideation + self-harmMENTIONED+ 3East at McLean Hospital+ DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)+ Ep. 28 with Dr. Blaise AguirreSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
5/27/202238 minutes, 43 seconds
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99. ACNE 101 feat. CLEARSTEM Founders Danielle Gronich + Kayleigh Christina

Today's guests are CLEARSTEM Skincare founders Danielle Gronich (owner of the acclaimed San Diego Acne Clinic and known as The Acne Guru™) and Kayleigh Christina (Holistic Nutritionist)! CLEARSTEM Skincare&nbsp;is a revolutionary skincare brand that is both Anti-Aging and Anti-Acne with zero hormone disruptors or toxins. In this episode, we discuss Danielle and Kayleigh's personal struggles with cystic acne and failed attempts to cure it, common acne triggers (genetics, lifestyle, foods, etc), the genetic components of acne, different types of acne (hormonal vs. cystic vs. minor breakouts), debunking TikTok trends (baby botox, slugging, hydrochloric bandages, at home high-frequency, etc), make-up recommendations, and so much more!CLEARSTEM's Website: https://clearstemskincare.com/ Use code 'SHEPERSISTED' for a discount :)Kayleigh's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kayleigh.christina/Danielle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danielle.the.acne.guru/MENTIONED+ San Diego Acne Clinic+ Kayleigh's before and after+ Pore-clogging ingredient checker+ Face Reality Facialists+ Acne Safe Make-UpSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
5/19/202241 minutes, 24 seconds
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98. Whitney Goodman, LMFT on Toxic Positivity, Invalidation, + What Happens When We Suppress Emotions

Whitney Goodman, LMFT is the radically honest psychotherapist behind the hugely popular Instagram account @sitwithwhit, the author of Toxic Positivity, and the owner of The Collaborative Counseling Center, a private therapy practice in Miami, FL. She helps people who want to improve their relationships and emotional awareness. (bio via sitwithwhit.com) We discuss Whitney's clinical experience, how she started observing toxic positivity in her practice and community, what exactly toxic positivity is, how it shows up in ourselves and in our relationships, negative impacts of invalidation, situations you shouldn't be positive in, over validation, and the benefits of complaining. Whitney's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sitwithwhitWhitney's Website: https://sitwithwhit.com/This week's DBT skill is validation! Learn more HERE! MENTIONED+ Toxic Positivity by Whitney GoodmanSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the...
5/4/202227 minutes, 45 seconds
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97. truth x She Persisted: A Roundtable Discussion on Vaping, Teen Nicotine Use, and Quitting Substances as a Young Adult

Truth Initiative is America's largest nonprofit public health organization dedicated to a future where tobacco and nicotine addiction are things of the past. In this roundtable with Truth Initiative, we discuss the prevalence of teen nicotine use, what happens when adolescents use nicotine (biologically, mentally, socially, etc), smoking cigarettes vs. vaping, the average age of onset, the mental health implications of vaping, This is Quitting as a resource (what it is, why it works, what to expect, etc), other resources that can be helpful on your quitting journey, and Megan + Jake's advice for teens currently trying to quit. ABOUT MEGAN: As the managing director of products for the Innovations center at Truth Initiative, Megan Jacobs brings an empathic, user-centered approach to product design that is key to the successful quit-smoking and vaping programs used by hundreds of thousands of people looking to break free from addiction. ABOUT JAKE: Jake Warn is a 21-year-old college student who's passionate about telling his story about the effects of vaping nicotine and the impact that it had on his mental health. Jake was also recently awarded the truth IMPACT Scholarship honoring the actions he has taken to address youth tobacco, e-cigarette, and nicotine use in his community, and to support youth mental health.MENTIONED+ Ep. 80 Solo Ep.+ Ep. 75 Dr. Faber+ Teens and young adults can join This is Quitting for free by texting DITCHVAPE to 88709+ Breathwrk (This is Quitting users get 6 months free!!)+ Crisis Text Line + Become an Ex+ Breath of Stress Air+ Moment of Action 2022SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ <a...
4/26/202241 minutes, 42 seconds
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96. Eileen Kelly on DBT at McLean, Her Treatment Takeaways, + the Day-to-Day of Living in a Mental Hosptial

Eileen Kelly is the host of Going Mental and the founder of KILLER AND A SWEET THANG (KAAST)—an online comprehensive resource for young people to discover, learn about and connect with their sexual health, pleasure, and identity. We sit down to compare our times at McLean Hospital (voluntarily going to treatment, advocating for yourself, being an adult vs. getting sent to treatment, DBT, day-to-day activities, and more), advice and takeaways post-treatment, why Eileen started blogging, stepping into her sexuality, and her advice for young adults today! Eileen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eileen/Going Mental Podcast: https://pod.link/1449305737MENTIONED+ McLean Hospital+ 3East McLean HospitalSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
4/22/202239 minutes, 22 seconds
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95. 5 Skills to Regulate Your Emotions, Decrease Emotional Vulnerability, + Build Your Life Worth Living

Today's solo episode is all about the emotion regulation module of DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy). I dive into everything you need to know to decrease your emotional vulnerability, effectively cope with emotions that arise and improve regulation long-term. Skills/topics mentioned include building your life worth living, understanding your priorities/values so you can live in line with them, ABC PLEASE skills, mindfulness of current emotions, and changing emotional responses. MENTIONED+ 3East McLean Hospital+ DBT+ Ep. 85 The Emotion Education you Should Have Gotten: Evolutionary Causes, Core Emotions, Primary vs. Secondary, and How to Cope+ Ep. 90 Crisis Survival 101: Coping Skills, SUDs Scores, + My Recommendations+ DBT Skills Handbook+ Emotion Regulation Worksheets (on the blog)+ Lost Connections by Johann Hari+ Ep. 75 Amen Clinic's Dr. Jay Faber on Teenage Substance Use: Brain Impacts, Long-Term Effects, and Quitting Tips+ Oura Ring+ Ep. 39 Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+
4/14/202237 minutes, 52 seconds
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94. Staying Healthy in College: Managing Sleep, Stress, Exercise, Nutrition, Substances, and More feat. Jill + Dave Henry

Today's guests are Jill and Dave Henry—high school coaches and the authors of The Greatest College Health Guide! We sit down to discuss everything you need to know to have a successful college experience. Topics covered include what makes transitioning to college difficult, why you can expect an increase in stress, things to do before college to set yourself up for success, the identity crisis many students experience, wellness self-assessments, tips to set up an effective schedule, and the 5 health pillars to stay on top of in college.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greatestcollegehealthguide/Website: https://www.greatestcollegehealthguide.com/*statistic edit* According to the Spring 2019 National College Health Assessment:&nbsp;88%&nbsp;reported feeling completely&nbsp;overwhelmed&nbsp;by all they have to manage as a college student throughout the year98% of students report feeling stressed at some point throughout the year - 13% describe that stress as tremendousMENTIONED+ The Greatest College Health Guide+ Atomic Habits by James Clear+ Holmes Ray Stress AssessmentSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
4/7/202255 minutes, 12 seconds
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93. Manifesting Your Mental Health feat. Efia Sulter

Today's guest is Efia Sulter—a mindset and manifestation coach and the host of The Manifest Edit! Efia's passion is helping ambitious women create the life they truly desire – not just the life they’ve settled for. In this episode, we dive deep into Efia's journey of overcoming the childhood trauma of being orphaned, the value of the coach-client relationship, what exactly manifesting is, the importance of subconscious programming, angel numbers, manifestation misconceptions, how mental health and manifestation intersect, how race relates to manifesting, and so much more! Efia's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/efiasulter_/Efia's Website: https://www.efiasulter.com/SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/31/202241 minutes, 35 seconds
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92. Reclaiming Your Life and Identity After Trauma + PTSD feat. Michele Rosenthal

Today's guest is Michele Rosenthal—a Certified Professional Coach, Board Certified Trauma and PTSD Hypnotist, Licensed Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming AND a trauma and PTSD survivor herself. She is also an award-winning trauma/PTSD blogger, award-nominated author, and keynote speaker as well as a Trauma Recovery Specialist and Mental Health Advocate. In this episode, we discuss Michele's journey, the implications of our trauma definition, the benefits of an integrative (mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual) recovery approach, overcoming trauma addiction, and the 4 steps of healing.Michele's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michele.rosenthal/Michele's Website: https://www.mytraumacoach.com/SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.
3/25/202254 minutes, 24 seconds
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91. Why You're Experiencing Anxiety + A Therapist's Advice on How to Cope feat. Tara Bixby

Today's guest is Tara Bixby—a therapist, anxiety coach, and host of the Courageously.u Podcast. In this episode, we dive deep into anxiety. Tara and I talk about causes, triggers, advice for parents vs. teens, somatic experiences, societal misconceptions surrounding anxiety, and more! If you've ever struggled with anxiety or want to support a loved one struggling this episode is for YOU—it is filled with tangible advice to implement, insight on what's going on internally, coping skill suggestions, and the therapist's perspective we all need!Tara's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/courageously.u/?hl=enTarah's Website + Podcast: https://courageouslyu.com/MENTIONED+ Widen the Window by Elizabeth Stanley PhD+ Peter Levine+ The Body Keeps the Score+ Mind of Your Own by Dr. Kelly Brogan+ The Anatomy of Anxiety by Ellen Vora+ The Way of Integrity by Martha Beck+ Mad in AmericaSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
3/16/202242 minutes, 16 seconds
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90. Crisis Survival 101: Coping Skills, SUDs Scores, + My Recommendations

Today's solo episode is all about crisis survival! In this episode we dive deep into how to survive a crisis—whether that's extreme anxiety, anger, depression, urges, or something else! I cover what qualifies something as a crisis, SUDs scores, creating a safety plan, DBT survival skills (STOP, asking for help, ride the wave, TIPP, ACCEPTS + IMPROVE, and more), coping with general distress vs. specific situations, and what’s worked for me!MENTIONED+ SUDS/Feelings Thermometer+ Crisis Survival/Safety Plan Template+ ALL of the DBT Crisis Survival Skills Worksheets+ National Hotlines (via APA)+ NAMI Hotline + Resources+ Teen Help Hotlines+ Mental Health America Hotlines + Resources+ 100 Coping Skills ListsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in
3/9/202246 minutes, 13 seconds
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89. Bailey Stanworth on Social Media + Mental Health: Societal Influence, Creating Boundaries, + Virtual Vulnerability

Today's guest is Bailey Stanworth—founder of PLAY digital, co-host of What Day is It?, and a self-proclaimed accidental influencer! In this episode, we take a deep dive into Bailey's mental health and body image journey, how society influences self-esteem, setting boundaries as you consume content, mood-boosting follow recommendations, being vulnerable online vs. in-person, advice for SMMs/creators, and more!Bailey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/baileyjst/What Day is It: https://whatdayisitpodcast.com/PLAY Digital: https://www.instagram.com/playdigital/This week's DBT Skill is Mindfulness (Participate/Observe/Describe + Nonjudgementally/Effectively/One-Mindfully! Learn more here: https://dialecticalbehaviortherapy.com/mindfulness/MENTIONED+ Alicia Mccarvell+ Upworthy+ Tank's Good News+ The Bird's Papaya+ RawBeautyTalks+ Five Minute JournalSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ <a...
3/2/202243 minutes, 46 seconds
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88. The Neuroscience of PTSD, Traumatic Experiences, and Emotion Regulation feat. Madeline Bailey

Today's guest is Madeline Bailey—she holds an M.S in Neuroscience from Tulane University and has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research interests are in neurobiological and molecular, specifically epigenetic changes, caused by stress and trauma, and how these later affect the development of mental health conditions. Madeline and I met through the Almost30 Podcast Accelerator—highly recommend to any podcasters out there—and connected over our shared passion for mental health! In the second half of this podcast swap (listen to me on Finding Your Freedom HERE) we discuss Madeline's mental health journey, navigating traumatic experiences/PTSD, ways we respond to traumas (bit and little t), what happens to the brain when we experience trauma and when this becomes PTSD, regulating emotions with/without PTSD, treatment options, epigenetics, and more!Madeline's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madelinebbailey/Finding Your Freedom: https://pod.link/1496653089This week's DBT Skill is Check the Facts! Learn more here: https://in.nau.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/202/Check-the-Facts.pdfMENTIONED+ PodcastPro from Almost30 (tons of freebies and their YouTube is AMAZING)+ The Body Keeps the Score+ EMDR+ The Huberman Lab PodcastSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She...
2/22/202247 minutes, 35 seconds
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87. Being the CEO of Your Life: Developing Leadership Skills, Taking Ownership, + Support Systems feat. Sarah Hernholm

Today's guest is Sarah Hernholm—a former elementary school teacher turned entrepreneur and the founder of WIT. WIT (Whatever It Takes) works with t(w)eens around the world who&nbsp;are interested in using their voice and ideas to launch businesses, non-profits, and/or social movements. WIT also&nbsp;focuses on helping t(w)eens develop emotional intelligence, soft skills, and an entrepreneurial mindset.&nbsp;Sarah and I discuss why leadership skills are crucial for teens to develop, how age and work ethic are not mutually exclusive, the first steps to taking ownership of your life, how your interactions with others reflect how you treat yourself, the importance of understanding your values, and creating a support system!Sarah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miss_wit/Sarah's Website: https://www.11tipsfordoingwit.com/Doing WIT: https://www.doingwit.org/This week's DBT Skill is Radical Acceptance! Learn more here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/532480355939004416/SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
2/15/202257 minutes, 16 seconds
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86. The Teenage Girl's Guide to Increasing Confidence, Self-Esteem, and Self-Love feat. The Teen Life Coach, Sami Halvorsen

Today I'm joined by Sami Halvorsen, the host of The Teen Life Coach podcast and the founder of Knowing Up. In this episode, Sami and I discuss her personal journey with self-love, the most common challenges teens struggle with, the importance of being proud of ourselves and celebrating little wins, beginning your self-compassion journey, why teens today are struggling more than ever with self-esteem, how low confidence can impact your life, and how self-love and self-confidence are connected!Sami's Website: https://knowingup.com/Sami's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelifecoachforteengirls/MENTIONED+ Natasha Daniels+ Firmly Founded coachingSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind! For 20% off MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—use code 'persisted20' at magicmind.co/persistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
2/8/202247 minutes, 35 seconds
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85. The Emotion Education you Should Have Gotten: Evolutionary Causes, Core Emotions, Primary vs. Secondary, and How to Cope

Today I'm bringing you everything I learned from my time in treatment at 3East, McLean Hospital, and my multiple times through DBT about emotions! We go into a ton of depth on the evolutionary purpose of emotions, what can make it difficult to regulate emotions, primary vs. secondary emotions, prompting events/interpretations/biological changes/expressions/and aftereffects of the core emotions (anger, disgust, envy, fear, happiness, jealousy, love, sadness, shame, and guilt) and how to change emotional responses! It's a lot but this episode is a resource! Come back to it when you need it, learn what's helps you, and remember that all emotions are valid but not necessarily justified! Hope you enjoy!!This week's DBT skill is the ride the wave skill. Check out this amazing graphic to learn more: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/190136415504126533/MENTIONED+ 3East, McLean Hospital+ DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)+ Building a Life Worth Living (Marsha's memoir)+ Facial Expression Study+ All DBT worksheets and diagrams referenced can be found HERE and are via the DBT Skills Training Handouts + WorksheetsSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind! For 20% off MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—use code 'persisted20' at magicmind.co/persistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
2/1/202253 minutes, 28 seconds
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84. Andrea Arlington on Reparenting, Healing Generational Trauma, and Family Recovery

In today's episode, I sit down with Andrea Arlington—ICF, PCC Life Coach Specializing in Family Recovery &amp; Relationships. Andrea's Website: https://andreaarlington.com/Andrea's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreaarlington/Life Reset Course: http://liferesetcourse.com/TOPICS+ Andrea’s story and how her experiences led her to help other families navigate the recovery process+ What is generational trauma? And how you can start to break the cycle in your family+ How to do reparenting work and why you should be implementing it in your journey+ Why allowing a loved one to hit rock bottom is dangerous and only exasperates the shame and isolation they’re already experiencing+ The importance of nurturing ourselves so we can help others heal+ Andrea’s advice for individuals struggling with family relationships&nbsp;+ Why unmet emotional needs are at the core of substance use disorders and mental health challenges&nbsp;MENTIONED+ Finger holding+ Kenneth Sores meditations&nbsp;+ Beyond Addiction by Jeffery Foote+ Recovering From Reality with Alexis Haines+ MedCircle’s YouTubeSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind! For 20% off MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—use code 'persisted20' at magicmind.co/persistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m"
1/25/202248 minutes, 25 seconds
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83. Freeing Yourself from Stress + Struggle by Understanding the Human Experience feat. Beth Segaloff

Today’s guest is Beth Segaloff—a Licensed Clinical of Social Work, Life Coach, Reiki Master, Registered Yoga Teacher, Certified Firewalk Instructor, and Mom. Beth's Website: https://www.bethsegaloff.com/Beth's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beth.segaloff/TOPICS+ Beth's mental health journey + what brought her to working with teens, teaching yoga, and practicing EMDR+ How lacking emotion education is for teens and the negative impact this has on mental health+ The importance of approaching healing from a holistic perspective—mentally, physically, and spiritually+ What happens when you truly quiet your mind and practice mindfulness—and the impact this has on emotion processing+ Ways you can incorporate mindfulness + meditation into your daily routine+ A guided meditation practice to center yourself, decrease stress, and let go of tension you're holdingMENTIONED+ EMDR+ Join Beth's mailing list to join her teen program: https://www.bethsegaloff.com/ (the box is right at the footer of her website)SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind! For 20% off MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—use code 'persisted20' at magicmind.co/persistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
1/17/202250 minutes, 33 seconds
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82. How to Let Go of Expectations + Improve Your Self-Talk feat. Paige Tonz

Today’s guest is Paige Tonz—a former D1 athlete and coach helping transform girls into strong women beyond the playing field or court. Paige has worked with 1000+ athletes in her programs and workshops. She believes girls have so many opportunities to dream bigger than they ever imagined. Because sports was and still is such a big part of Paige's life, she has had a first-row ticket to see how the experiences from sports can be a vessel to success in life on and off the field.&nbsp;(bio via paigetonz.com) Paige's website: https://www.paigetonz.com/ Paige's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paigetonz/TOPICS+ Shifting your expectations to be process-based and about things you can control+ Expectation hangover+ Test anxiety + the difference between truly learning vs. trying to pass a test+ The importance of asking those you look up to for advice and insight+ Steps you can take today to improve your self-confidence+ Paige's resource recommendations for teens looking to improve self-esteem + self-talkMENTIONED+ Ed Mylett on TSC+ Choose Wonder Over Worry by Amber Rae+ Alpha Girl Confidence+ Paige's Self-Talk PracticeSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind! For 20% off MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—use code 'persisted20' at magicmind.co/persistedLET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
1/12/202249 minutes, 33 seconds
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81. Dr. Aliza Pressman on Parenting Styles, Improving Parent-Child Relationships, and Navigating Conflict

Today I am joined by Dr. Aliza Pressman—a developmental psychologist with over 15 years of experience working with families. Dr. Aliza holds a BA from Dartmouth College and her Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Columbia University Graduate School. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai Hospital where she is co-founding director of The Mount Sinai Parenting Center. (bio via draliza.com)Dr. Pressman's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raisinggoodhumanspodcast/ Dr. Pressman's Website: https://draliza.com/TOPICS+ The 4 parenting styles and which help vs. hurt parent-teen relationships&nbsp;+ Why we pursue the familiar feelings of our home environment even if they’re unhealthy&nbsp;+ A step-by-step guide to decrease conflict and navigate it when it does arise+ Why parents should ALWAYS be the ones to repair after a conflict&nbsp;+ The most common points of contention between parents and teens+ Resources for both parents and teens to improve their relationship&nbsp;MENTIONED+ Jen Atkin's New Year's Goal Setting Template+ Diane Baumrind+ Brainstorm by Dan SiegalSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!LET'S CONNECT+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
1/5/202255 minutes, 6 seconds
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80. Surviving Teenage Depression + Anxiety: FAQs, Intensive Treatment, DBT, Coping Skills, + More

In today's solo episode I tell my mental health story. I dive into my struggle with depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and more. I also discuss my treatment journey, my experience with DBT, and where I'm at today. I give my best at-home mental health tips you can implement and answer your questions about my journey! I hope this is a reminder that you're not alone!Mentioned in the episode...+ About DBT+ Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Studies+ DBT Skills+ 3East McLean Hospital - Adolescent DBT Programs+ Ep. 28 feat. Dr. Blaise AguirreSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!☕️This week's episode is brought to you by Nutpods. Shop their delicious Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Kosher, and Whole 30 creamers today and use code 'SHEPERSISTEDPODCAST' at checkout for 15% off your order.Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
12/27/202159 minutes, 11 seconds
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79. Doug Bopst on Hitting Rock Bottom, Going From Felon to Fitness Coach, and Using Adversity to Your Advantage

Today I am joined by Doug Bopst—an award-winning personal trainer, author, speaker, and business owner. Those credentials and accolades are a result of his own transformation. He is a former felon and drug addict, sentenced to years in jail due to his poor decisions. He chose to use that time locked in a small cell to beat his demons and reinvent himself thanks to a combination of faith, family, and fitness.Doug's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dougbopst/?hl=en Doug's Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-adversity-advantage/id1496406333 Doug's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Doug-Bopst/e/B01F43E89G%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_shareThis week's DBT Skill is the STOP skill. Learn more with this adorable animation or read this article.Doug and I dive into the following topics...+ Doug's personal journey from addict and felon to a fitness coach, podcaster, and motivational speaker helping others transform their lives+ What it’s like to hit rock bottom and the steps Doug took to turn his life around+ How you can use adversity to your advantage to fuel your journey+ Using fitness to transform your mental health and specific tips to implement+ The extreme impact habits have on overcoming the challenges you face+ Why you should be focusing on how far you’ve come and your immediate action steps rather than how far you have to go and your end goal+ So much more!SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m"...
12/6/202150 minutes, 9 seconds
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78. Dr. Caroline Leaf on Neuroplasticity, the Brain vs. the Mind, and Cognitive Detoxing

Find extended show notes, timestamps, transcriptions, and the episode's YouTube video here! Today I am joined by Dr. Caroline Leaf, a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. Since the early 1980s, she has researched the mind-brain connection, the nature of mental health, and the formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change (neuroplasticity) with directed mind input. Dr. Leaf is also the bestselling author of Switch on Your Brain, Think Learn Succeed, Think and Eat Yourself Smart, and many more. She's also the host of Cleaning up the Mental Mess, a top-charts mental health podcast. (bio via drleaf.com) Dr. Leaf's Website: https://drleaf.com/ Dr. Leaf's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/ Dr. Leaf's Podcast: https://drleaf.com/pages/podcastsThis week's DBT skill is turning the mind. Learn more here.Dr. Leaf and I dive into the following topics…+ The difference between the mind and the brain and how this connects to neuroplasticity+ How childhood traumas can manifest in both the brain and body but can be rewired with targeted neuroplasticity+ The think-feel-choose process through which we interpret and internalize experiences + Why depression and anxiety aren't illnesses but rather emotional signals and how to effectively treat these from a non-illness perspective+ The neurocycle approach to healing both your physical &amp; mental health after experiencing ineffective and/or distressing patterns Mentioned In The Episode…+ Nuerocycle App+ Dr. Leaf's most recent book—Cleaning Up the Mental MessSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSOR⚡️This week's episode is brought to you by MagicMind! For 20% off MagicMind—an all-natural energy drink with adaptogens, nootropics, and matcha to boost productivity + focus while decreasing stress—use code 'persisted20' at magicmind.co/persistedFollow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/" rel="noopener...
11/23/20211 hour, 3 minutes, 27 seconds
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77. Dr. Kojo Sarfo on ADHD in Women: Presentations, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Find extended show notes, timestamps, transcriptions, and the episode's YouTube video here! Today I am joined by Dr. Kojo Sarfo a social media content creator, mental health nurse practitioner, and psychotherapist to discuss all things ADHD.Connect with Dr. Sarfo: https://beacons.page/drkojosarfo This week's DBT skill is the PLEASE skill. Learn more here.Dr. Sarfo and I dive into the following topics…+ What is ADHD? How does it present and how do these presentations change depending on age and gender?+ What is the diagnosis and treatment process for ADHD?+ ADHD vs. ADD+ Are ADHD medications addictive and Dr. Sarfo's perspective on prescribing them+ Is ADHD more often a primary and secondary diagnosis and how delayed diagnosis impacts this+ the importance of a balanced diet, good routine, and healthy habits on for ADHD+ Dr. Sarfo's favorite ADHD resources+ how to support a peer that has ADHD and supporting your child if they have ADHD+ so much more!Mentioned In The Episode…+ Ep. 75 Adolescent Substance Use feat. Dr. Jay Faber+ Ep. 39 Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep+ https://www.additudemag.com/ + https://www.tiktok.com/@dr.kojosarfo+ https://www.youtube.com/c/HowtoADHDSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling. Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% off your first order!Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook...
11/8/202139 minutes, 7 seconds
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76. Dr. Alexandra Solomon on Building Healthy Relationships as a Teen, Exploring Sexuality, Soulmates, and Sex Education

Find extended show notes, timestamps, transcriptions, and the episode's YouTube video here! #76 Today I am joined by Dr. Alexandra Solomon a licensed clinical psychologist, author, and speaker, specializing in families, marriage, and relationships. She is a professor at Northwestern University and the author of Loving Bravely and Taking Sexy Back. This episode provides so much value and insight applicable to any interpersonal interactions—I know you’ll love It! Follow Dr. Solomon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.alexandra.solomonDr. Solomon’s website (+ blog): https://dralexandrasolomon.com This week's DBT skill is the GIVE skill. Learn more here.Dr. Solomon and I dive into the following topics…+ the difference in messaging society directs towards boys and girls regarding sexuality and relationships+ how self-compassion, body image, and acceptance is connected to sexuality+ sex education and how unrepresentative it can be more many demographics, beliefs, etc+ what makes a relationship “healthy” and what makes communication effective in interactions+ how relationships and falling in love causes us to do work on ourselves+ the importance of exploring boundaries, building trust, improving communication, and having relationships as a teenager+ are soulmates real—Dr. Solomon’s perspective+ how overburdening intimate relationships can be problematic for the relationship + being sexual vs. feeling sexualized + the impact of p*rnography on teenagers, relationships, and societal messaging+ so much more!Mentioned In The Episode…+ Pure by Linda Kay Klein+ John Oliver Sex Education Episode+ Dr. Solomon’s books: Loving Bravely and Taking Sexy Back+ Make Love Not Porn+ Erika LustSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEPISODE SPONSORS🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression,...
10/27/202153 minutes, 4 seconds
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75. Amen Clinic's Dr. Jay Faber on Teenage Substance Use: Brain Impacts, Long-Term Effects, and Quitting Tips

Find extended show notes, timestamps, transcriptions, and the episode's YouTube video here! #75 This week's guest is Dr. Jay Faber. John A. “Jay” Faber, MD is a clinical and forensic double board-certified psychiatrist with more than three decades of experience in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry. Currently, he is on the medical staff at the Amen Clinics in Encino, CA.Dr. Faber's website: https://drjayfaber.com/Dr. Faber's book: https://drjayfaber.com/escape-overview/This week's DBT Skill is pros and cons. Learn more here.Dr. Faber and I dive into the following topics...+ What happens to the brain under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, and nicotine and long-term effects of usage+ Is vaping 'better' than smoking cigarettes?—what the data shows so far+ The difference between long-term, medium, and short-term goals and how to set these for yourself when trying to quit a substance+ Exactly what resources to utilize when attempting to quit substance use and how to know when professional support could be beneficial+ Red flags to be aware of if engaging in substance use+ the difference THC vs. CBD usageMentioned in this week's episode...+ dorm tour+ healthy vs. long-term substance use brain imaging via Amen Clinics+&nbsp;Fast Times of Ridgemont High clip+ Lost Connections by Johann HariSHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEpisode Sponsors🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter...
10/19/202144 minutes, 53 seconds
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74. Sophie Gray (Founder of DiveThru) on Diet Culture, Body Neutrality, Teenage Self-Harm, and Mental Health Education

Find extended show notes, timestamps, transcriptions, and the episode's YouTube video here! #74 This week's guest is Sophie Gray.&nbsp;Sophie is the founder and creator of DiveThru, a mental health app helping you navigate mental health challenges with mood trackers, journal prompts, targeted courses, and more. In this episode, Sophie and I dive deep into overcoming eating disorders, depression, mental breakdowns, and more! Sophie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sophiegray/Download DiveThru: https://go.onelink.me/5wa8/divethrubioDiveThru Website: https://divethru.com/This week's DBT Skill is nonattachment, learn more here.Sophie and I dive into the following topics...+ Sophie's experiences overcoming depression, self-harm, an eating disorder, and more.+ The body neutrality and acceptance movement and what creators you should be following+ Journaling and how this helped Sophie on her mental health journey+ Increasing awareness of emotions and behaviors before working to change them+ Free resources on DiveThru: journal prompts, mood trackers, courses, and more!+ Boundaries Sophie currently implements to maintain her mental health growth+ How taking breaks and resting is productive&nbsp;Mentioned in this week's episode...+&nbsp;DiveThru+ Body acceptance creators to follow @stephanieyeboah, @thatfatdoctor, @yrfatfriend, @thefatsextherapist, @itsmekellieb, @hannahtalksbodies+ Articles on the body acceptance movement: https://www.wearyourvoicemag.com/body-positivity-white-supremacy-fatphobia/ and https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/body-positivity-origins#7SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEpisode Sponsors🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ <a...
10/9/202137 minutes, 31 seconds
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73. Victoria Garrick on Student-Athlete Mental Health, Body Image, Intuitive Eating, Vulnerability, and College Lifestyle

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.#73 This week's guest is former D1 Athlete, Victoria Garrick. Victoria is known for her mental health advocacy on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and her Ted Talk where she shares her insight on student-athlete mental health, body image, intuitive eating, and being real! Victoria's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriagarrick/ Victoria's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@victoriagarrick4RealPod: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RFZBETSom9yZQbkv1ZIYOVictoria's Website: https://www.victoriagarrick.com/This week's DBT Skill is IMPROVE, learn more here.Victoria and I dive into the following topics...+ What performance anxiety looks and feels like+ How student-athletes can prioritize their mental health and their sport&nbsp;+ Navigating moving to college, pursuing academics and a sport as an 18-year-old+ The importance of overcoming mental health stigma to access resources if you need them+ Balancing your mental health while also honoring your commitment to your team+ How Victoria went from struggling with binge eating to having a healthy, intuitive relationship with foodMentioned in this week's episode...+ Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch: https://amzn.to/3uHs1jR&nbsp;+ Breaking Free from Emotional Eating by Geneen Roth: https://amzn.to/3mdeBrS&nbsp;+ The Intuitive Eating Workbook by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch: https://amzn.to/3l2xUVy&nbsp;+ The Intuitive Eating Workbook FOR TEENS by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch: https://amzn.to/3oATmTE&nbsp;SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOCEpisode Sponsors🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website...
10/1/202134 minutes, 20 seconds
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72. Almost 30's Krista Williams on How Meditation Will Change Your Life, Body Acceptance, Experiencing Your Emotions, and Surviving Depression + Anxiety

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.#72 Today I am sitting down with Krista Williams from Almost 30 for one of my all-time favorite interviews! Almost 30: https://almost30.com/Krista's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itskrista/Krista's Website: http://itskrista.co/This week's DBT Skill is Wise Mind, learn more here.Krista and I dive into the following topics...+ how unprocessed grief, trauma, and emotions can further depression, anxiety, and unalignment in life+ the cognitive shift of believing that we are our emotions versus emotions are temporary feelings that are trying to tell us something that comes with age+ how trauma work allowed Krista to increase self-compassion, develop her identity, love her inner child, improve relationships dynamics, and navigate the world through a kind and gentle lense+ the importance of feeling emotions and connecting with others from the perspective of an empath (Krista) and being emotionally detached (Sadie)+ exploring sobriety and substance use as a college student and why Krista chose not to drink during her healing journey+ how achieving your goal weight doesn't equal happiness and how Krista's now practicing body acceptance+ Krista's favorite practices that have helped her maintain her growth and continue to evolveMentioned in this week's episode...+ onsite in Nashville, TN+ Dr. Joe Dispenza's meditations+ Tara Brach's podcast (meditation recommendation)Episode Sponsors🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!Follow Along With Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.facebook.com/neverthelessshepersistedpodcastwithsadiesutton/" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
9/25/202148 minutes, 40 seconds
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71. 1st Month of College DEBRIEF: Tips for Move-In, Socializing, Productivity, Studying, and more!

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.#71 There are so many fun interviews coming to She Persisted in the next few months and I had to do a life update episode before those go up!This week's DBT Skill is Loving Kindness, learn more here.I dive into the following topics...+ podcast updates and what to expect during the next few months (!!)+ what move-in was like and the importance of understanding your priorities before+ the importance of having an emotional safe space at college+ decreasing vulnerability factors during move-in week+ ways to create a schedule that increases your productivity+ how to support your college student as a parent/friend/etcMentioned in this week's episode...+ Scout Sobel on She persisted&nbsp;+ My Ep. on Okay Sis+ Emotional Entrepreneur by Scout Sobel + Dorm Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CU3Ug0eloNl/+ NotionEpisode Sponsors🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!Follow Along With Sadie And She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
9/19/202127 minutes, 45 seconds
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69. Navigating Anxiety as a Teenager: Coping Skills, Listener Q+A, Personal Experiences, and More

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.#69 Hello from Denmark (though I’m actually editing and releasing this 2 weeks later back at home) which is statistically the happiest country in the world. I dive into the Danish practices that contribute to such strong mental health and how you can implement these in your life. Onto the main episode, I dive into everything you need to know to navigate ANXIETY as a teen! I give a complete overview on all things anxiety, tips and tricks from my own experience, how to support someone struggling, and answer some listener questions!&nbsp;I dive into the following topics...+ Anxiety vs. feeling anxious&nbsp;+ Navigating panic attacks + supporting others+ Reducing and recovering from anxiety long term+ Working through nightmares/nighttime anxiety+ Resources for anxiety+ Your questions about anxiety+ So much more!Mentioned in this week's episode...+ Ep. 47 DBT Education: TIPP, Crisis Survival Skills, + Riding the WAVE (Distress Tolerance)+ My instagram: stalk the Europe trip&nbsp;+ Podcast recommendation on Danish life:&nbsp;https://drchatterjee.com/episode-32-science-happiness-meik-wiking/+ Ep. 68 How Our Mental + Physical Health Are Connected feat. Laura Martin+ Ep. 56 OCD + Exposure Therapy+ Ep. 39 Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep+ Resources for anxiety&nbsp; + Crisis text line: TEXT ‘connect’ to 741741 + Teenline: text TEEN to 839863 + Headspace, guided meditations on YouTube, podcast apps, etc + https://panicandanxiety.org/find-help/emergency-help-lines/&nbsp; + https://www.nimh.nih.gov/get-involved/education-awareness/shareable-resources-on-anxiety-disordersEpisode Sponsors🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!🤍This week's episode is brought to you by Sadie's Socials! For GIF creation, website design, podcast production, social
8/13/202153 minutes, 39 seconds
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68. How Our Mental + Physical Health Are Connected feat. Laura Martin

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.#68 Today I am joined by the amazing Laura Martin—a Certified IBS Nutrition Consultant and founder of Healing to Happy (an online holistic, gut-brain focused company that helps women suffering from IBS and Anxiety to get back to eating normally without fear of FODMAP's). Laura's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lauramartin_h2h/Laura's website: https://healingtohappy.com/ Laura and I dive into the following topics...+ Laura's mental health journey and how it led her to helping others with both their physical and mental wellness+ What happens to our body when we're chronically depressed and/or anxious + How hormone production in the gut vs. the brain work+ Understanding why it feels like you get worse before you get better when you truly start to heal+ How rewarding radical responsibility can be + Laura's tips and tricks for starting your wellness journeyThis week's DBT Skill is the check the facts. Learn more here!Mentioned in this week's episode...+ Eating in the Light of the Moon by Anita A. Johnston PhD+ Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey + Think and Eat Yourself Smart by Dr. Caroline LeafEpisode Sponsors🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!Follow Along With Sadie And She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This...
7/16/202143 minutes, 32 seconds
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67. High School RECAP

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.TRIGGER WARNING for suicidal ideation.This solo episode is all about my high school experience (3 states, 3 schools, treatment—it was a wild ride folks). I dive into pre-treatment, during residential/therapeutic boarding school stays, and moving home as well as navigating COVID. I also answer loads of listener questions about navigating high school! Enjoy!!This week's DBT Skill is the ABC Skill. Learn more here!Mentioned In The Episode…+ Ep. 55 Mental Health Advice for High School Students+ 3East McLean Hospital (DBT Residential Program)+ Ep 39. Your Foolpororf Guide to a Good Night's SleepEpisode Sponsor🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!Follow Along With Sadie And She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC
7/2/202131 minutes, 3 seconds
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66. Alexis Haines on Teenage Addiction, Childhood Trauma, and Taking Radical Accountability Over Your Healing

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.TRIGGER WARNING for sexual assault + abuse, substance use, self-harm, and suicidal ideation.Alexis Haines—my podcast mom—is finally on She Persisted! This episode can only be described as WOW. From teenage heroin addict, a twice-convicted felon, and a member of the Bling Ring to addiction center owner, an amazing mom, doula, podcast host, and more Alexis is the living proof that sobriety, recovery, and healing are possible! So take a seat, grab a snack and get ready to be amazingly inspired!Alexis' Instagram: www.instagram.com/itsalexishaines/ Alexis' Website: www.recoveringfromreality.com/Alexis' Podcast: www.recoveringfromreality.com/podcastAlexis' Course (Life Reset Course): www.recoveringfromreality.com/liferesetcourseAlexis' Book: www.recoveringfromreality.com/bookAlexis And I Cover The Following Topics…+ Alexis' story of teenage heroin addiction, prison, recovery, and where she's at now+ The importance of unconditional love and family healing in teenage treatment+ Checking into your reality and sitting with the discomfort that it brings rather than avoiding+ The ACE score and how your resilience impacts your experience of traumas+ What are 'little t traumas' and how these impact your life, relationship, and behaviors+ so much more!Mentioned In The Episode…+ 2k giveaway on Instagram (open through June 22nd)+ Life Reset Course+ Lost Connections by Johann Hari+ Recovering From Reality (Alexis' Podcast)+ ACE score+ Resilience score&nbsp;+ My episode on Recovering From RealityEpisode Sponsors🤍This week's episode is brought to you by Sadie's Socials! For GIF creation, website design, podcast production, social media management, and more services head to shepersistedpodcast.com/workwithme!🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;<a...
6/18/202154 minutes, 37 seconds
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65. Lindsay Fleming LPC on Inpatient, Outpatient, Group, and Individual Therapy as a Teenager

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.Today I am joined by Lindsay Fleming, LPC a Chicago-based therapist working to help individuals take baby-step their way to understanding &amp; normalizing mental health.Lindsay's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lindsay.fleminglpcLindsay's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsay_fleminglpc/Lindsay's Website: https://www.lindsayfleminglpc.com/ Lindsay And I Cover The Following Topics…+ Lindsay's path to becoming a therapist+ Different types of therapy including inpatient, outpatient, IOP, PHP, and more!+ How to know if therapy is right for you+ What to expect when going to therapy for the first time and how to make sure your therapist is a good fit+ Common things teens want support on in therapy and topics to consider discussing+ So much more!Mentioned In The Episode…+ Ep. 57 on College App+ https://www.calm.com/+ https://www.therapistaid.com/+ https://www.additudemag.com/+ https://chadd.org/Episode Sponsors🎧This week's episode is brought to you by Here Comes the Break—a brand-new podcast from iHeart, Def Jam, and Double Elvis. Each episode fuses real interviews and real life issues all addressing topics such as mental health, friendships, hope, family and creativity and showcases exclusive tracks from real artists. Check them out on Instagram and subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify for new episodes every Thursday.🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!Follow Along With Sadie And She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
5/21/202159 minutes, 5 seconds
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64. Inside the Secret World of the Troubled Teen Industry #breakingcodesilence

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.TRIGGER WARNING for physical and emotional abuse, substance usage, and suicidal ideationDISCLAIMER: All statements in this episode are opinions. The purpose of this episode is not to target and attack certain organizations and individuals rather ask the question, "How can we ensure ethical, evidence-based, compassionate mental health treatment for all teenagers?"Today I am joined by Sydney Montana, a TTI survivor who attended Cross Creek (a Southern Utah Behavioral Modification Program) for over 15 months.Sydney's Instagram: www.instagram.com/sydneymontana_/ Sydney And I Cover The Following Topics…+ Her childhood experiences of feeling invalidated, misunderstood and isolated in emotions before getting treatment+ The traumatic intake process at Cross Creek and strict program regulations+ The horrific experiences in the troubled teen industry from a teen’s perspective&nbsp;+ The ‘tough love,’ ‘troubled teen,’ behavioral modification approach that results in emotional and physical abuse of thousands of teens+ Why it’s SO important for teens to get ethical, evidence-based, compassionate treatment because they’re at such formative points in their lives+ How Sydney transitioned back to life post-treatment and healed from the experience&nbsp;+ The attachment and abandonment issues she still grapples with as a result of her 15 months at cross creekMentioned In The Episode…+ ABC7 Bay Area News Interview+ Ep. 56 OCD + Exposure Therapy+ Trich Fidget Toy+ 3East McLean Hospital+ Alo Recovery+ Ep. 62 with Evan Haines+ Diagram of TTI+ WWASP Information (quoted in ep)+ TTI statistics+ Recent Utah Legislation+ Red Flags for Troubled Teen Programs+ Ethical Treatment Guidelines for Teens+ Advice for Parents Navigating TreatmentEpisode Sponsors🛋This week's episode is...
5/9/20211 hour, 24 minutes, 4 seconds
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63. Overcoming Stagefright, Finding Your Voice, and Networking 101 feat. Rae Fung

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.Today I am joined by Rae Fung. Rae is a Speaking Coach. Impact-driven millennials and teens work with her to Own their Unique Voice and Story to be Bold, Brave and Brilliant, and never Compare themselves with others. Having been an emcee and on-screen host for 7 years, Rae has mastered the art of connecting on stage, online, and in 1-on-1 settings, to people from all walks of life. She uses her expertise to coach and train on topics such as Public Speaking, Networking, and Personal Branding.Rae’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raematrix/ Rae’s Speaking Newsletter: http://bit.ly/SSpeakersSpecialRae's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raefung/ Rae and I cover the following topics…+ How Rae became a speaking coach+ The deep insecurities and fears that underly speaking anxiety+ Finding your inner voice so you can eliminate comparison, insecurity, and increase your confidence+ Unpacking your anxieties and checking the facts in these fears+ In the moment tips and tricks for decreasing anxiety when giving presentations+ Tips and tricks for becoming a networking pro+ Understanding the value you can give to othersMentioned in the episode…+ Rae’s Speaking Newsletter: http://bit.ly/SSpeakersSpecialEpisode Sponsors🍓This week's episode is brought to you by&nbsp;Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by&nbsp;Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to&nbsp;teencounseling.com/shepersisted&nbsp;to find a therapist today!Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
4/30/202150 minutes, 40 seconds
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62. Evan Haines on The Evolution of the Treatment Industry, Navigating Adolescent Addiction, and the Compassionate Care Model

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.TRIGGER WARNING FOR SUICIDE, SUBSTANCE USAGE, AND ABUSERead the episode transcript here.Today I am joined by Evan Haines. Evan is the co-founder of Alo House, a leader in the compassionate care model, and an active member in the recovery community. He works to connect with clients and help them obtain and maintain sobriety through compassion rather than control. (bio adapted from alorecovery.com)Evan’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsevanhaines/?hl=enAlo House (offering Detox, Inpatient &amp; Outpatient and dual-diagnosis treatment): https://alorecovery.com/TOPICS COVERED...+ Evan's journey to sobriety and working in the addiction treatment industry+ How mental health and addiction treatment has evolved over the last few centuries+ How addiction and mental health challenges are the result of an environment, emotional sensitivity, and relationships+ The direction we as a society to increase connection, compassion, and decrease the mental health challenges plaguing AmericaMENTIONED IN THE EPISODE...+ Alo House+ Alcoholics Anonymous+ Lost Connections by Johann Hari+ Andrea Arlington (Life Coach specializing in Family Recovery)PODCAST PARTNERS...🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ <a...
4/24/20211 hour, 14 minutes, 24 seconds
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61. Bite Sized Mindfulness for Adolescents feat. Kira Willey

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.Today I am joined by Kira Willey. Kira works to bring music, movement, and mindfulness to kids, in lots of different ways: through her books and music, with school programs and performances, and by working with educators and parents. Check out her website, books, and Instagram!TOPICS COVERED...+ What is mindfulness?+ The importance of letting go of our judgments to be curious and kind as we observe what’s happening+ The science behind what happens when we practice mindfulness+ Quick ways you can implement mindfulness throughout your day+ The difference between mindfulness and meditation+ The benefits of regularly practicing mindfulness+ A guided meditation body scanMENTIONED IN THE EPISODE...+ Ep. 28 Blaise Aguirre M.D. on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, emotional experience, persistence, and taking ownership of your life!+ Susan Kaiser's TEDTalkPODCAST PARTNERS...🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+...
4/18/202152 minutes, 31 seconds
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60. Zachery Dereniowski (aka MD Motivator) on Vulnerability, Relatability, and Empowerment

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.Today I am joined by Zachery Dereniowski (@mdmotivator) a former college dropout turned medical student and mental health advocate! Follow him in Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and check out his company—Mental Health Movement!WE DIVE INTO...+ Zachery’s journey from college dropout to medical student and mental health advocate+ his experiences with anxiety and overthinking and the journaling prompts to cope with these feelings+ how to support individuals that are struggling with anxiety or mental health challenges+ using diffusers to encourage authentic, open conversation+ supporting someone you can’t relate to and creating space for their struggle+ setting micro goals to transition from intense emotional experiencing to navigating your responsibilities and deadlines+ how gender norms impact emotional expression and mental health challengesMENTIONED IN THE EPISODE...+ Ep. 39:Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)PODCAST PARTNERS...🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+...
4/9/202146 minutes, 25 seconds
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59. How to Discuss Your Mental Health in Your College Application According to a Former USC Admissions Counselor

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.Today I am sitting down with Hillary Higgins, the Associate Director of College Counseling at The Nueva School and a former USC Admissions Counselor.We dive into the following topics...How important it is for the student to decide if they want to share their mental health on their college appTalking about your mental health journey in a solution-focused way to showcase your growth and perseveranceWhy having navigated mental health in high school can make you a better college applicantIf your mental health impacted your grades, how to address this in your applicationUnique ways to research colleges to find your perfect fit without visiting the campusPODCAST PARTNERS...🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]📲Helpful Resources...+ Reading Recommendations+ Mental Health Resources (links)+ educational YouTube videos+ purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here+ purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 SHE PERSISTED...
3/26/202124 minutes, 15 seconds
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58. Maintaining Your Mental Health Throughout The College Application Process (Navigating Rejection, Deferral, and Acceptance)

Episode transcript, extended show notes, and video can be found here.This week I am sitting down with one of my best friends—Maya—to dive into how to maintain your mental health while navigating the college application process.&nbsp;🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]📲Helpful Resources...+ Reading Recommendations+ Mental Health Resources (links)+ educational YouTube videos+ purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here+ purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
3/7/202144 minutes, 46 seconds
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57. How I Got Into the University of Pennsylvania (My Test Scores, Personal Statement, Supplementals, Activities, Recommendation Advice, Etc)

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.This week I am sitting down to walk through my college applications. I go through my stats (GPA, SAT/ACT scores), extra-curriculars, personal statement, supplementals, and more!Watch my reaction video hereRead my personal statement here🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]📲Helpful Resources...+ Reading Recommendations+ Mental Health Resources (links)+ educational YouTube videos+ purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here+ purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED...
2/27/202137 minutes, 58 seconds
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56. OCD + Exposure Therapy

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.This week I am doing a solo episode all about OCD, anxiety, and exposure therapy! I walk you through how to tell if fears are justified, how to break the cycle of anxiety using evidence-based imaginative, introspective, and in vivo exposure techniques, reminisce on my OCD and anxiety treatment experiences, and tell you how to apply exposure techniques in everyday life!- STUDY on Exposure Therapy for Adolescents with Anxiety and OCD- STUDY on Exposure Therapy for OCD- Info on OCD- Info on Anxiety Disorders- Info on Exposure Therapy📚Mentioned in this week's episode...- Brain Lock by Jeffery M. Schwartz- I thought it was just me (but it isn't) by Brené Brown- Ep. 47 on Crisis Survival Skills🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
2/19/202126 minutes, 9 seconds
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55. Mental Health Advice for High School Students

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.This week I am doing a solo episode on my mental health advice for high school students! From 504s, relationships with counselors, having a passion project, to working smarter not harder—I give all the details on what's allowed me to thrive academically while maintaining my mental health.&nbsp;🍓This week's episode is brought to you by Sakara. Sakara is a nutrition company that focuses on overall wellness, starting with what you eat. Use code XOSADIE at checkout for 20% your first order!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]📲Helpful Resources...+ Reading Recommendations+ Mental Health Resources (links)+ educational YouTube videos+ purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here+ purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 SHE PERSISTED LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by SHE PERSISTED LLC--- Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
2/7/202134 minutes, 19 seconds
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54. Kirstie Taylor on RELATIONSHIPS, Attachment Styles, How Childhood Traumas Impact Relationships, and Boundaries

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.Kirstie Taylor is a dating and relationship writer who found a loyal internet following through her candid essays. Her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, Well + Good, and The Washington Post’s, The Lily. She currently lives in Los Angeles where she continues to write words that help people with their biggest struggles in love. (bio via kirstietaylor.com)Connect with Kirstie on Instagram (@wordswithkirstie), on TikTok (@kirstietaylorr), preorder her book here, or check out her website (kirstietaylor.com)🗣Kirstie and I dive into the following topics...+ Why we must address our "big T" and "little t" childhood traumas before being in relationships+ What are attachment styles and the difference between the 3 types (anxious, avoidant, secure)+ The true function of boundaries and how to set them in your life+ Why it's important to set boundaries with family members as a teenager+ Tips to get through a break-up+ Hook-up culture vs. dating to marry📚MENTIONED IN EP.+ SNL boundaries sketch (so so funny)🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a...
1/23/202136 minutes, 57 seconds
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53. How to Write Pitch Emails, Building Influencer Relationships, Using Social Media to Improve Body Confidence, + Podcast Tips feat. Camila Vola

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.Camila is a 22-year-old college student from Argentina, and the host of My Point Of View Podcast, a lifestyle and career based podcast that helps you realize that life's easier if you consider things from another point of view!Listen to me on My Point of View:&nbsp;https://apple.co/39y47xeFollow Camila on Instagram: @camilavola and @mypointofview.podcast🗣Camila and I dive into the following topics...+ Camila's story and why she started My Point of View+ How to pitch a high-profile guest/influencer to be on your podcast+ EXACTLY what to say in a pitch email/DM+ How to curate your feed to help with confidence, self-esteem, and body-confidence📚MENTIONED IN EP.+ The BEST Adobe Audition tutorial (if you ever don't know how to edit something, look it up on this guy's channel): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNmuVtLGH0k&amp;ab_channel=MikeRussell🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m"...
1/16/202131 minutes, 43 seconds
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52. Q+A: Why I started She Persisted, misconceptions about treatment, increasing productivity, podcast growth tips, + more!

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.This week, I am doing a solo Q+A episode where I dive into the following questions...+ What inspired you to start your podcast?+ How do you find time to relax when you have a lot to do?+ If you want to start a podcast… first 3-5 action steps?+ What’s your best tip to have a successful podcast?+ Who inspires you the most right now &amp; why?+ The thing that surprised you the most about your treatment journey?+ Something you wish you knew before going through treatment?+ Best tips for maintaining personal happiness while in shelter in place?+ Tips for procrastination📚MENTIONED IN EP.+ 3East McLean Hospital+ Listen to my episode with the program director of 3East, Blaise Aguirre+ Services that help with podcast production... anchor, audacity, adobe audition, Instagram&nbsp;🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+...
1/8/202124 minutes, 55 seconds
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51. Woomanhood + Wellness feat. Amanda DiMarco

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.Amanda founded Just Mands Blog in 2015 and Just Mands The Podcast March of 2020. She is a 22 year old writer, thinker, learner, and sharer aiming to inspire others to do what they love and be who they are without fear. Amanda adores honest conversation, healthy living, simple beauty, womanhood, travel, real food, &amp; fashion. As a blogger and podcaster, she uses her platforms to encourage self growth through uncensored banter and shameless oversharing.Listen to me on Just Mands The Podcast:&nbsp;https://apple.co/3p7M0nXFollow Amanda on Instagram: @justmands and @justmandspod🗣Amanda and I dive into the following topics...+ Amanda's background and what brought her to blogging and social media+ Journaling and Amanda's tips to successfully getting out of your own head+ The impact of social media on mental health and cultivating awareness around this+ Navigating a surprise pregnancy at 22, a social media presence, and family relationships+ Putting yourself out there and embracing authenticity&nbsp;+ How to break into the blogging world🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]📲Helpful Resources...+ <a...
12/18/202034 minutes, 46 seconds
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50. Dr. Uma Naidoo on Nutritional Psychiatry: Using Nutrients to Improve Your Mental Health feat. Uma Naidoo MD

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.This week I am joined by Dr. Uma Naidoo. Michelin-starred chef David Bouley described Dr. Uma Naidoo as the world’s first “triple threat” in the food and medicine space: a Harvard trained psychiatrist, Professional Chef graduating with her culinary schools’ most coveted award, and a trained Nutrition Specialist. Her nexus of interests have found their niche in Nutritional Psychiatry.Dr. Naidoo founded and directs the first hospital-based Nutritional Psychiatry Service in the United States. She is the Director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) &amp; Director of Nutritional Psychiatry at MGH Academy while serving on the faculty at Harvard Medical School. (bio via umanaidoomd.com)You can find Dr. Uma on Instagram at @drumanaidoo, on her website at umanaidoomd.com, and order her book—Your Brain on Food—here!🗣Dr. Uma and I dive into the following topics...+ Dr. Uma's background and what led her down the path of nutritional psychiatry+ How nutrition can truly impact our mental health+ The gut-brain connection and their development+ Foods to eat to improve depression, anxiety, chronic stress, and immunity🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ <a href="https://www.tiktok.com/@shepersistedpodcast?_d=secCgsIARCbDRgBIAIoARI%2BCjzw4i2oMSVNjTvMxJHLc26CXY5TDAoHyub6fkDZ5XB%2BalsU71BJ7Ft5kmqASe3alPsKnVEJntFXSt%2BIgZIaAA%3D%3D&amp;app=musically&amp;language=en&amp;sec_uid=MS4wLjABAAAAkLyrQ4eiZIGy4n_Wmhq5KvdITgfEwpQP5t4Zp_awHfWQvsIurmmOuInjap8Zq4hS&amp;tt_from=copy&amp;u_code=dagd398fd8j0a1&amp;user_id=6787408588068815878&amp;utm_campaign=client_share&amp;utm_medium=ios&amp;utm_source=copy&amp;source=h5_m" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
12/11/202029 minutes, 43 seconds
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49. Authenticity + Storytelling with Sage Lally

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.TRIGGER WARNING FOR SUICIDAL IDEATION + SELF-HARMToday, I am joined by Sage Lally, the founder of be. be. is a newsletter &amp; community working to empower women and non-binary people to step into their collective experience and share what makes theirs different and the same. Find them on Instagram at @be.womn, listen to the be. podcast, and subscribe to their weekly newsletter at bewomn.com.🗣Sage + I dive into the following topics...→ Sage's mental health journey as a college student→ Our experiences in DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)→ Maladaptive coping mechanisms + why they're SO HARD to break→ The importance of advocating for your emotional needs in the moment→ All things be. (their newsletter, IG platform, storytelling approach, etc)→ How to create a platform for others to share their stories→ So much more!🛋This week's episode is sponsored by Teen Counseling. Teen Counseling is an online therapy program with over 14,000 licensed therapists in their network offering support with depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and more via text, talk, and video counseling.&nbsp;Head to teencounseling.com/shepersisted to find a therapist today!💬Follow along with Sadie and She Persisted...+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)+ [email protected]📲Helpful Resources...- Reading Recommendations- <a...
12/4/202043 minutes, 34 seconds
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48. How I recovered from teenage depression

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.This week I sit down to talk about what helped during my recovery journey. The main tips I outlined were...&nbsp;Keep your sleep consistent + plentifulEat balancedPractice self-validation of emotionsBe open with a therapist 100%Actively rewiring your negative thought patternsCreating relationships that made you feel seen and appreciatedKeeping busy with life!Mentioned in this week's episode...&gt; 39. Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep&gt; 28. Blaise Aguirre M.D. on Dialectical Behavioral TherapyAvailable on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :)Follow along with She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter (@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
10/23/202032 minutes, 46 seconds
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47. DBT Education: TIPP, Crisis Survival Skills, + Riding the WAVE (Distress Tolerance)

Episode transcript and extended show notes can be found here.In this week's episode I teach the TIPP (Temperature, Intense exercise, Paced breathing, Paired muscle relaxation) skill, discuss when to use crisis survival skills and what qualifies a situation as a crisis, and explain the riding the wave skill.More information on TIPP...&gt; Distress Tolerance TIPP Skill via dialecticalbehavioraltherapy.com&gt; Your Easy Guide to DBT’s TIPP Skills via Manhattan CBT&gt; DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT) DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS: TIPP SKILLS via Manhattan Psychology Group&nbsp;More information on Distress Tolerance and Crisis Survival Skills...&gt; Distress Tolerance via dialecticalbehavioraltherapy.com&gt; MARSHA LINEHAN - Distress Tolerance: Crisis Survival, Radical Acceptance, and Addiction Skills videoPrevious DBT Education Episodes...&gt; 16. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (an overview)&gt; 17. DBT Intro to Mindfulness&gt; 18. DBT Mindfulness continued&gt; 19. DBT Interpersonal Effectiveness Overview&gt; 20. DBT DEARMAN skill&gt; 21. DBT GIVE + THINK skills&gt; 28. Blaise Aguirre M.D. on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy&gt; 42. DBT Radical AcceptanceAvailable on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :)Follow along with She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter (@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and <a href="https://www.facebook.com/neverthelessshepersistedpodcastwithsadiesutton/" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
10/16/202030 minutes, 45 seconds
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46. Bootstrapping a Buisiness feat. Evonna Kuehner of ANOVÉ Beauty

This week I am joined by Evonna Kuehner, the CEO and founder of ANOVÉ Beauty (@anovebeauty on Instagram.) Evonna founded ANOVÉ® with the intent to create luxury skincare products for all skin tones and types. Noticing the lack of diversity amongst clean beauty brands and brand founders, Evonna set out to combine her background in Product Development with her passions for innovative ingredients and formulas and empowering others to look and feel their best. (bio via anove.com)&nbsp; In this episode, we dive into... &gt; Evonna's transition from corporate life to starting her own buisiness from the ground up &gt; The CORRECT order you should be applying your skincare products &gt; Evonna's top 5 beauty/skincare tips &gt; Myths in the beauty world &gt; Creating balance between work and personal life and Evonna's experience as a new mother and the founder of a start-up &gt; Being compassionate and gentle with yourself during your wellness journey &gt; So much more! Mentioned in this week's episode... &gt; ANOVÉ Beauty &gt; the ANOVÉ Beauty Perfecting Oil &gt; Million Dollar Badass with Rachel Rodgers Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow along with She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter (@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)! &gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Helpful Resources... - Reading Recommendations - Mental Health Resources (links) - educational YouTube videos - purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here - purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here © 2020 She Persisted LLC. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
10/9/202030 minutes, 5 seconds
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45. Balancing Your Life feat. Abbie Stasior

This week I'm joined by Abbie Stasior (@abbie.stasior on Instagram). Abbie is a health and life coach, graduate student at Columbia University, and the founder of Be About Being Better. We sit down to discuss... &gt; Abbie's approach to balancing grad school, owning a business, and maintaining her physical health &gt; Her career path to being a life and fitness coach &gt; Morning and night routines to set you up for success &gt; Falling off the wagon vs. being consistent &gt; So much more! Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow along with She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter(@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)! &gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Helpful Resources... - Reading Recommendations - Mental Health Resources (links) - educational YouTube videos - purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here - purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here © 2020 She Persisted LLC. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
10/2/202046 minutes, 1 second
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44. Your Insecurity is Not Unique feat. Kelsey Jones

This week, I am joined by Kelsey Jones! Kelsey is the host of What's Stopping You (available on apple podcasts, spotify, or wherever you listen to your shows), a senior at University of Texas, Austin, and a digital creator.&nbsp; In this episode, we dive into... - How Kelsey started her podcasting journey - Her advice for increasing your productivity - Navigating being a full time student and pursuing your career - Insecurity and body confidence - and so much more! Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :)&nbsp; Follow along with She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter(@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)! &gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Helpful Resources... - Reading Recommendations - Mental Health Resources (links) - educational YouTube videos - purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here - purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here © 2020 She Persisted LLC. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
9/25/202034 minutes, 56 seconds
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42. Q+A #2: Personal Growth, Applying to College, Radical Acceptance (DBT Education) and more!

This week I sat down and answered the following questions...&nbsp;How has hearing about other people’s stories impacted your own life?It takes a lot of courage to share publicly, what inspired you to do so? PS: so thankful that you do share! I love listening and learningWhat’s your fave way to take a break and how to deal with anxiety school and quarantine all at the same time?Do you want to specialize in psychology as a career?Why did you choose podcasting as the medium to share your mental health story?Do you think you’ll stick with your podcast when in college?Where do you see your podcast going?How has your senior year been thus far?How is the college search going?Thoughts on going off medication?&nbsp;How involved were you in the process of choosing your boarding school/inpatient programs?How do you wish you could have transitioned after McLean?Has treatment, especially your therapeutic boarding school had any lasting negative impacts on you?&nbsp;Mentioned in this week's episode- Brain Lock by Jefferee M. SchwartzAvailable on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter(@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook(@shepersistedpodcast)!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
9/11/202037 minutes, 44 seconds
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41. The Traumatic Side of the Adolescent Treatment Industry feat. Daisye Byrd Graham

TRIGGER WARNING for anyone who has experience with sexual trauma or rape.&nbsp;In this week's episode, I sit down with one of my best friends, Daisye Byrd Graham. This is Daisye's second appearance on She Persisted and in this episode we dive into her life story, trauma, wilderness experience, and how we came into each other's lives. If you're a parent considering wilderness or looking for a good laugh, this episode is for you!You can follow Daisye on Instagram at @daisye_byrdAvailable on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter(@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook(@shepersistedpodcast)!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
9/4/202059 minutes, 19 seconds
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40. Living Past Crazy feat. J'Anmetra Waddell

This week, I am joined by J'Anmetra Wadell. Jo-jo is an internationally best selling author, podcaster, and keynote speaker. She is a domestic abuse survivor and the only Life Past Crazy specialist. If you've struggled with trauma, depression, or anxiety, this episode is for YOU. Jo-jo's story is extremely inspiring and she offers amazing tips on self-care, commitment, and more!J'Anmetra's Website (livepastcrazy.com): http://www.livepastcrazy.comJ'Anmetra's Instagram (@janwaddell): https://www.instagram.com/janwaddell/Find J'Anmetra's books here: https://www.amazon.com/s?i=digital-text&amp;rh=p_27%3AJ%27Anmetra+Waddell&amp;s=relevancerank&amp;text=J%27Anmetra+Waddell&amp;ref=dp_byline_sr_ebooks_1Mentioned in this week's episode...-&nbsp;Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter(@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook(@shepersistedpodcast)!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
8/28/202027 minutes, 15 seconds
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39. Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)

If you are a fellow insomniac or just hoping to have a better night's sleep, this episode contains all the tips and tricks you need to know to have an amazing night of sleep!Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast), Twitter (@persistpodcast), my Website (shepersistedpodcast.com), and Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
8/21/202041 minutes, 37 seconds
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38. Before You Kill Yourself feat. Leo Flowers

Today I am joined by Leo Flowers. Leo is a TEDx speaker, stand-up comedian, life coach and has his Masters in Counseling/Psychology. He is also hosts the Before You Kill Yourself where he interviews other mental health experts, comedians and best-selling book authors as they destigmatize mental health and teach you how to thrive. (bio abbreviated from leoflowers.com)Follow Leo on Instagram (@leoflowers2000), check out his website (leoflowers.com) to book life coaching sessions with Leo and listen to his podcast on every platform.Mentioned in this week's episode...&gt; Untamed by Glennon Doyle&gt; Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle&gt; Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand&gt; The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown&gt; Endurance by Alfred Lansing&gt; The Last Dance&gt; The Weight of GoldAvailable on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here-...
8/14/202048 minutes, 41 seconds
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37. Brush and Barley's Audrey Bailey on Jesus and Mental Health

This week, I am joined by Audrey Bailey, the artist behind the hugely successful Brush and Barley brand. Her pieces surround her faith, the enneagram, and mental health. She's also a mother who has struggled with clinically diagnosed depression and anxiety since her teenage years. Audrey is also the host of Painted Pieces which I was a guest on a few weeks ago! Listen to our episode here! You can find Audrey on Instagram at @itsaudreybailey, @brushandbarley, and @paintedpiecespodcast.&nbsp;Topics covered in this week's episode...&gt; Audrey's mental health and religious journey&gt; Being a lukewarm Christian&gt; Experiencing depression and anxiety as a teenager&gt; Toxic romantic relationships&gt; Post-Partum depression&gt; Mental health stigma in the Christian community&gt; The impact of social media on your mental health&gt; Supporting a loved one who's strugglingAvailable on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
8/7/202031 minutes, 53 seconds
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36. Being Young AND the Best Version of Yourself feat. Sarah Humphrey

This week I am joined by Sarah Humphrey, the host of It Ain't It Sis. We talk bullying, body image, struggling with mental health at a young age, college advice, and so much more. To follow along with Sarah, you can listen to her podcast on every platform, follow her on Instagram (@sarahhumphrey7 and @it.aint.it.sis). Listen to the episode Sarah and I recorded together on her show here.Mentioned in this week's episode&gt; Power to Persevere: Inspiring Stories to Help You Get Through Challenging Moments by Alexa Cucchiara&gt; Alexa Cucchiara on Sarah's podcast (It Ain't It Sis)&gt; Girl, Wash Your Face: Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are So You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be by Rachel Hollis&gt; Katie Bellotte's podcast (Thick and Thin)Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :) Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here© 2020 She Persisted LLC.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
7/31/202053 minutes, 34 seconds
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35. Clean Beauty, Mental Health During Quarantine, Giving Back, Diversity in the Beauty Industry, and Entrepreneurship feat. Cassandra McClure

This week's guest is Cassandra McClure, a multi-hyphenated entrepreneur in the beauty industry with a passion and commitment to clean beauty. She started out as a model and celebrity makeup artist, and now has her own patent-pending product, Lash Binder™—a tool and method that makes strip eyelash application quicker, easier, and safer. As the host of the Clean Beauty Podcast, she highlights brands with a green and clean ethos and educates and raises awareness about ingredient safety in daily products. Cassandra’s current next move is Clean Beauty Con, a business summit that has gone virtual with the goal of supporting struggling business-owners in these unprecedented times. (bio abbreviated from Cassandra's website)&nbsp;- Lash Binder: https://lashbinder.com&nbsp;- Clean Beauty Kit: https://www.cleanbeautykit.com&nbsp;- Clean Beauty Con: https://www.cleanbeautycon.com&nbsp;- Cassandra's Instagram (@cassandramcclure): https://www.instagram.com/cassandramcclure/&nbsp;*THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED* Cassandra has also kindly sponsored a giveaway to one lucky listener! If you are interested in receiving your own Lash Binder™ and synthetic Lash Binder lashes, check out this post on my Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)! This giveaway will be over on July 30th, 2020 and the winner will be contacted via Instagram.&nbsp;PLEASE skill: P(hysica)L (illness and take medications as prescribed, balanced) E(ating), A(void mood-altering substances, balanced) S(leep, balanced) E(xercise)&nbsp;- https://bit.ly/39qYmAN&nbsp;Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :)Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- <a...
7/24/202029 minutes, 16 seconds
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34. The benefits of nature, adventure, and connection feat. Brittany Crane (founder of Get Out There Girl)

Brittany Crane is the author of the highly-praised Self Compassion Workbook - a 15 day guide and journal experience to help you build inner strength, accept yourself and thrive at life and the founder and CEO of Get Out There Girl. She is on a mission to help women thrive at life by... connecting with nature through high-adventure retreats, connecting with themselves through self compassion, and connecting with other women through vulnerability. Brittany helps women uncover their critical voices and treat themselves like they would treat a good friend. She believes that self compassion is the tool that will free women from the traps of comparison, guilt, and perfectionism.&nbsp;Resources mentioned in today's episode...&nbsp;&gt;&nbsp;Brittany's Self Compassion Workbook: https://selfcompassion.getouttheregirl.com/second-sales-page&gt;&nbsp;Brittany's newsletter so you can get access to the Get our There Girl retreats: https://www.getouttheregirl.com/newsletter&gt; The Share Your Story blog series: https://medium.com/get-out-there-girlIf you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), Instagram DMs, or this form on my website (you can stay anonymous)!Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday :)Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...&nbsp;- Reading Recommendations&nbsp;- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here&nbsp;- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents <a href="https://amzn.to/2WkKbrV" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
7/10/202033 minutes, 9 seconds
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33. Q+A #1: podcasting, supporting a friend that's struggling with mental health, rebuilding relationships, and navigating change!

MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODEWhat I use NOW for podcasting: SURE microphones, Cloudlifter mixer, Zoom H6 Audio Recorder, Descript, Anchor, and Adobe AuditionCollaboration with The Leeza Rants Podcast: https://apple.co/38ocev6Past episode on validation: DBT Education: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (an overview)... changing problem behaviors, validating, key principles to use when combatting teenage depression and anxietyQuestions I answered (in order of appearance):&nbsp;What was the main goal of making your podcast?Podcasting sound quality Anchor is great for pods but how did you learn everything about mics and all the other technology? Your podcast seems to have much better quality and I love it!What is something you are most passionate about right now?How can you support/help support a friend who’s struggling with depression or any mental illnesses?How to support a friend that you aren’t really close to…How do you think being a kid/teenager impacts your mental health different than being an adult?What are your favorite simple, on the spot coping mechanisms when something unexpected happens when you can’t cope ahead?What’s one relationship you have re-evaluated/rebuilt since coming out of McLean + therapeutic boarding school? (ie: relationship with your family, or friends, teachers, etc?) How did you work on rebuilding those relationships?How did you deal with the transition from residential to regular school. What were the most difficult parts and how did you deal with them?...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), Instagram DMs, or this form on my website (you can stay anonymous)!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] these links for <a...
7/4/202029 minutes, 7 seconds
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32. Scout Sobel on her experience with bipolar, Okay Sis, healthy relationships, navigating mental illness, and more!

This week’s guest is Scout Sobel, the host of SCOUT Podcast and cohost of Okay Sis. She is not only the CEO of Scout’s Agency, a PR agency that specializes in podcasts and women’s voices, brands, and companies but a huge mental health advocate and a bipolar survivor. If you want to hear more from Scout her podcasts' Okay Sis and SCOUT are available on every listing platform and you can follow her on Instagram at @scoutsobel.Resources mentioned in today’s episode…For affordable online counseling and therapy go to betterhealth.com/okaysisJen Sincero's approach to discovering core beliefs is from her book You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] extra support? National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255Teenline… “Do you need help working something out? Do you want to talk to someone who understands, like another teen? We're here to help! Call (310) 855-HOPE or (800) TLC-TEEN (nationwide toll-free) from 6pm to 10pm PST.” or “Text "TEEN" to 839863 between 6:00pm-9:00pm PST to speak with one of our teens”Need2Text: “Text ‘talk’ to 38255 You’ll immediately be put into contact with a master’s-level counselor.”Girls &amp; Boys Town National Hotline (800) 448-3000National Hopeline Network (800) SUICIDENational Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-TALK (8255)National Youth Crisis Hotline (800) 442-HOPE (4673)Crisis Text Line 741741: "Free, 24/7 crisis support at your fingertips. This text line is anonymous."--- Support this...
6/26/202047 minutes, 17 seconds
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31. Full eating disorder recovery, owning your recovery, and working on yourself before helping others feat. Alexis Smith

Lexie Smith (from Every Ounce of Strength) and I sit down to discuss her mental health journey, full recovery, taking ownership of your mental health, and prioritizing your mental health before that of others. Find Lexie on Instagram at @everyounce.ofstrength and find her workbook (The Recovery Workbook) on Amazon.com!Resources mentioned in today's episode...Beauty Redefined (beautyredfined.org)...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
6/19/202037 minutes, 24 seconds
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30. GRATITUDE feat. Jill Nowak (LICSW) from 3East, McLean Hospital

Jill Nowak (LICSW) from 3East, McLean Hospital and I sit down to reminisce about my time at 3East, discuss the benefits of gratitude, the difficulty of such a practice when struggling, and her path to working in the adolescent treatment industry. This gratitude skills in this episode are truly applicable to anyone no matter your background!DISCLAIMER: the gratitude blurb featured at the beginning of this week's episode was adapted from the 3East Gratitude Journal.More information about 3East and McLean hospital...&gt; https://www.mcleanhospital.org/programs/3east&nbsp;&gt; https://www.mcleanhospital.org/news/3east-mcleans-unique-approach-adolescent-dialectical-behavior-therapy&gt; https://www.mcleanhospital.org...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
6/12/202033 minutes, 53 seconds
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29. Validation and Empathy: How YOU can support the Black Lives Matter movement

Though this week's episode is different from my normal episodes, it was extremely important to me to share this with you all. I hope this DBT education on validation and mindfulness of others can help you to help others feel seen, heard, and respected. No matter your physical or mental health, you can implement these skills and strengthen your relationships.News clips used for soundbites:&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr5ftH86tIk&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2L-8-rUM7s&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rADqXu0xtfw&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2Z74yfiXAQ&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMGUAHBFmjk&amp;has_verified=1&amp;bpctr=1591323583Resources to support the Black Lives Matter movement:https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.cohttps://blacklivesmatter.comhttps://youtu.be/YrHIQIO_bdQhttps://www.gofundme.com/f/georgefloydhttps://www.gofundme.com/f/helping-hand-access-pr...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets <a...
6/5/202015 minutes, 24 seconds
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28. Blaise Aguirre M.D. on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, emotional experience, persistence, and taking ownership of your life!

Blaise Aguirre M.D. (world-renowned psychiatrist, dialectical behavioral therapy expert, founder and medical director of 3East, and assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School) and I sit down to reminisce about my time at 3East, discuss the benefits of dialectical behavioral therapy, the importance of taking ownership of your life, and the complexity of emotional experiencing. If you have a teen in your life who struggles with mental health this episode is a MUST LISTEN. Read the transcript here. More information about Blaise and his books can be found here... &gt; about Blaise Aguirre M.D. &gt; Helping your troubled teen: learn to recognize, understand, and address the destructive behavior of today’s teens and preteens &gt; Mindfulness for borderline personality disorder: relieve your suffering using the core skill of dialectical behavior therapy (free as an audiobook) &gt; Coping with BPD: DBT and CBT skills to soothe the symptoms of borderline personality disorder Keep up with Blaise on Instagram and Twitter! ... If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor! ... Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday. ... Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook &gt; for business inquiries email [email protected] ... © 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
5/22/202034 minutes, 24 seconds
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27. The Benefits of Therapy, Medication Management and Stigma, and The COVID-19 Mental Health Crisis with Emily LeBaron

With Emily LeBaron (from the Living For Hope Brand) I sit down and talk all things therapy, medication, and coping during COVID-19. Emily shares her story as a teenage depression survivor and talks about her brand.&nbsp;&nbsp;Emily's Personal Instagram, Brand Instagram, and Shop. Resources mentioned...&nbsp;&gt; national suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255&nbsp;&gt; national crisis text line: Text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis counseling.&nbsp;&gt; NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) directory for local warm lines&nbsp;..If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
5/15/202043 minutes, 22 seconds
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26. Gaining independence, taking control of your mental health, how to maintain your self-respect in your interactions, and the FAST skill (DBT Education)

In this episode, I sit down with my younger sister, Ivy and we talk about self-respect, independence and I teach the FAST (be Fair, no Apologies, Stick to values, be Truthful) DBT skill.read the full episode transcription hereLinks to episode mentioned...19. DBT Education: Interpersonal Effectiveness Overview... clarifying relational goals and disproving unhealthy beliefs ft. my younger sister&nbsp;20. DBT Education: DEARMAN skill (Describe, Express, Assert, Reinforce, be Mindful, Appear confident, Negotiate)... how to get what you want from other people in an effective manor&nbsp;21. DBT Education: GIVE + THINK skills aka how to improve your relationships... navigating parental conflicts, friendships, and arguments&nbsp;More information on DBT, interpersonal effectiveness, and the FAST skill...&gt; Positive Psychology (interpersonal effectiveness resource)&gt; Sunrise RTC (interpersonal effectiveness resource)&gt; Good Therapy (interpersonal effectiveness resource)&gt; Healthy Place (FAST skill resource)&gt; DBT Self Help (FAST skill handout)..If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets <a href="https://amzn.to/2ALm2mH"...
5/9/202028 minutes, 48 seconds
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25. Gaining Confidence, Navigating Social Media in a Healthy Way, Maintaining Productivity in Quarantine, and the Importance of Vulnerability! feat. the Leeza Rants Podcast

Leeza (from The Leeza Rants Podcast) and I cover EVERYTHING in this episode. From our own experiences with anxiety, confidence, social media, productivity and self care in quarantine, the importance of having a therapist/someone to talk to, all things podcasting, and vulnerability, we cover it ALL!Book mentioned by Leeza in today's episode: You Can Heal Yourself by Louise Hay (https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Heal-Your-Life/dp/0937611018)Listen to the episode on Leeza's show: *LINK WILL BE POSTED 5.4.20 AFTER IT AIRS*...today's episode transcript:&nbsp;https://bit.ly/2YmO55o...The Leeza Rants Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-leeza-rants-podcast/id1292100435The Leeza Rants Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leezarants/...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shepersistedpodcast/&nbsp;Twitter: https://twitter.com/persistpodcastWebsite: https://www.shepersistedpodcast.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/neverthelessshepersistedpodcastwithsadiesutton/&nbsp;&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: <a...
5/1/202032 minutes, 46 seconds
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24. Teenage Break-Up Protocol: How to Figure Out if You Need to End a Relationships, the 8-Step Approach to Ending it, and Break-Up Horror Stories!

In this episode, Steph and I sit down to go through break up protocol! Like we mentioned in today's episode, we're not experts, just speaking from experience and hoping to help. If you're in a relationship that feels unsafe, please talk to an adult you trust!&nbsp;“A break-up is an opportunity to learn, too. It's not easy. But it's a chance to do your best to respect another person's feelings. Ending a relationship — as hard as it is — builds our skills when it comes to being honest and kind during difficult conversations.” - https://kidshealth.org/ConnecticutChildrens/en/teens/break-up.html#The 8 steps we outlined to breakup with your SO...&nbsp;1. Tell your SO you have something important to talk about with them2. Start by saying something you appreciate about the other person3. Explain the primary reason why you believe that you should break up4. Say, very clearly, that you want to break up.5. Apologize for hurting them6. Say something positive while not being invalidating7. Listen to what they have to say8. Give the other person space...&nbsp;today's episode transcript &gt; https://bit.ly/2KxENv5&nbsp;...resources used in today's episodehttps://www.thecut.com/article/how-to-break-up-with-someone.html&nbsp;https://www.glamour.com/story/the-right-way-to-break-up-withhttps://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/in-flux/201407/10-relationship-red-flags...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here-...
4/25/202031 minutes, 59 seconds
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23. A Dad's Perspective: Preconceptions About Adolescent Mental Health, Parenting Tips, and Our Growth as a Family

I sit down with my Dad and ask him about his preconceptions about adolescent mental heath, we dive into his emotional experience when I was sent to treatment, his parenting principles, and how he's changed his perspective on parenting after navigating my mental health struggles.&nbsp;&nbsp;full episode transcript: https://bit.ly/2XnB373&nbsp;...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday.......Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
4/11/202027 minutes, 27 seconds
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22. How to maintain your mental health during coronavirus (COVID-19) and self-quarantine

In episode 22 of Nevertheless, She Persisted, I sit down with Maya for the 2nd time to discuss how things have changed due to corona virus. We share our daily schedules and how we are working to stay positive and calm during a time full of anxiety. Finally, we dive into the anxieties that come with being a junior and the uncertainty about next year's college applications and admissions process.full episode transcript: https://bit.ly/3ccX78n&nbsp;...Mental Health Resources during the COVID-19 outbreak- a comprehensive list: https://www.nami.org/getattachment/About-NAMI/NAMI-News/2020/NAMI-Updates-on-the-Coronavirus/COVID-19-Updated-Guide-1.pdf- CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/reducing-stigma.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcoronavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fsymptoms-testing%2Freducing-stigma.html- 7 cups: https://www.7cups.com&nbsp;- NAMI: https://www.nami.org- Emotions Anonymous: https://emotionsanonymous.org- Support Groups Central: https://www.supportgroupscentral.com/index.cfm?&amp;CFID=1712246&amp;CFTOKEN=e0188c02afeaf47f-619591DF-D7A4-F014-926EE500BF24B1D8...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!&nbsp;...&nbsp;Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for...
4/3/202028 minutes, 10 seconds
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21. DBT Education: GIVE + THINK skills aka how to improve your relationships... navigating parental conflicts, friendships, and arguments

In this episode of DBT education I teach the GIVE (be Gentle, act Interested, Validate, Easy manner) and THINK (Think, Have empathy, Interpretations, Notice, use Kindness) skills allowing listeners to effectively navigate and improve their relationships.&nbsp;...More resources about Interpersonal Effectiveness...&gt; https://positivepsychology.com/interpersonal-effectiveness/&gt; https://www.sunrisertc.com/interpersonal-effectiveness/&gt; https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/interpersonal-effectiveness-dialectical-behavior-therapy-dbt-0416134...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor! ... Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
3/21/202017 minutes, 25 seconds
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20. DBT Education: DEARMAN skill (Describe, Express, Assert, Reinforce, be Mindful, Appear confident, Negotiate)... how to get what you want from other people in an effective manner

In the second episode of the Interpersonal Effectiveness module, I teach the DEARMAN (Describe, Express, Assert, Reinforce, be Mindful, Appear confident, Negotiate) skill, advising how to get what you want effectively in your relationships. Building off what we did last week, use this skill when you are prioritizing your objective.&nbsp;...More resources about Interpersonal Effectiveness...&gt; https://positivepsychology.com/interpersonal-effectiveness/&gt; https://www.sunrisertc.com/interpersonal-effectiveness/&gt; https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/interpersonal-effectiveness-dialectical-behavior-therapy-dbt-0416134...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor! ... Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
3/18/202020 minutes
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19. DBT Education: Interpersonal Effectiveness Overview... clarifying relational goals and disproving unhealthy beliefs ft. my younger sister

In the first episode of the Interpersonal Effectiveness module, I walk my younger sister though an overview of interpersonal effectiveness, unhealthy beliefs about relationships, and how to clarify your relational goals. ... More resources about Interpersonal Effectiveness...&nbsp; &gt; https://positivepsychology.com/interpersonal-effectiveness/&nbsp; &gt; https://www.sunrisertc.com/interpersonal-effectiveness/ &gt; https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/interpersonal-effectiveness-dialectical-behavior-therapy-dbt-0416134 ...&nbsp; If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor! ... Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday. ... Stay updated... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shepersistedpodcast/&nbsp; Twitter: https://twitter.com/persistpodcast Website: https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neverthelessshepersistedpodcastwithsadiesutton/&nbsp; &gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] ... Need extra support? National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 Teenline… “Do you need help working something out? Do you want to talk to someone who understands, like another teen? We're here to help! Call (310) 855-HOPE or (800) TLC-TEEN (nationwide toll-free) from 6pm to 10pm PST.” or “Text "TEEN" to 839863 between 6:00pm-9:00pm PST to speak with one of our teens” Need2Text: “Text ‘talk’ to 38255 You’ll immediately be put into contact with a master’s-level counselor.” Girls &amp; Boys Town National Hotline (800) 448-3000 National Hopeline Network (800) SUICIDE National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-TALK (8255) National Youth Crisis Hotline (800) 442-HOPE (4673) Crisis Text Line 741741: "Free, 24/7 crisis support at your fingertips. This text line is anonymous." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
3/12/202025 minutes, 54 seconds
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18. DBT Education: Mindfulness continued (the HOW skills: Nonjudgmentally+Effectively+One-Mindfully, Loving Kindness, and Being vs Doing Mind)... skills for combatting depression and anxiety

This week's episode continues our journey into the mindfulness module. We talk about what mindfulness his, the purpose, and how it can help you with your DBT journey. Learn the HOW skills: Nonjudgementally, Effectively, One-Mindfully, Loving Kindness Meditation, and the difference between being and doing mind.&nbsp;More resources on mindfulness...&nbsp;&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCJ0R6vAUnw&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2018/04/less-stress-clearer-thoughts-with-mindfulness-meditation/&nbsp;&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6T02g5hnT4&nbsp;&gt; https://www.mindful.org/mindfulness-meditation-anxiety/&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; http://cogbtherapy.com/cbt-blog/mindfulness-in-dbt&nbsp;&gt; https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/dialectical-behavior-therapy-dbt-core-mindfulness/&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://bayareadbtcc.com/mindfulness-in-dbt/&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;..If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday.......Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents <a href="https://amzn.to/2WkKbrV" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
3/7/202026 minutes, 4 seconds
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17. DBT Education: Intro to Mindfulness (the WHAT skills: Participate+Observe+Describe and States of Mind) with guided mindfulness practices!

This week's episode begins our journey into the mindfulness module. We talk about what mindfulness is, the purpose, and how it can help you with your DBT journey. Learn the WHAT skills: Participate, Observe, and Describe, the 3 states of mind, and how to apply POD skills.&nbsp;&nbsp;More resources on mindfulness...&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCJ0R6vAUnw&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2018/04/less-stress-clearer-thoughts-with-mindfulness-meditation/&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://www.mindful.org/mindfulness-meditation-anxiety/ > http://cogbtherapy.com/cbt-blog/mindfulness-in-dbt " rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6T02g5hnT4 &gt; https://www.mindful.org/mindfulness-meditation-anxiety/&nbsp; &gt; http://cogbtherapy.com/cbt-blog/mindfulness-in-dbt&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/dialectical-behavior-therapy-dbt-core-mindfulness/&nbsp;&nbsp;&gt; https://bayareadbtcc.com/mindfulness-in-dbt/&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;...&nbsp;&nbsp;If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!&nbsp;...&nbsp;Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday.&nbsp;&nbsp;...Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support"...
2/29/202027 minutes, 20 seconds
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16. DBT Education: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (an overview)... changing problem behaviors, validating, key principles to use when combatting teenage depression and anxiety

This DBT Overview episode covers the biosocial therapy, behavior change tactics, dialectics, and validation. I go over a recent interpersonal conflict with my sister and we troubleshoot the interaction to maximize for objective effectiveness.&nbsp;Follow along guide for today’s episode: What behaviors and emotions do you hope to decrease (potentially with the help of DBT skills)? What do you hope to see more of with the help of DBT? Think about a time when you wanted to change a behavior… was it successful? What would you have done differently? What behaviors and emotions were associated with this situation?&nbsp;...&nbsp;&nbsp;If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!&nbsp;...&nbsp;Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday.&nbsp;...Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
2/21/202035 minutes, 46 seconds
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15. How do you support a friend struggling with depression and anxiety while maintaining your own mental health?

I sit down with my best friend from home, who recounts what it was like watching me struggle, go to treatment, and come back home successfully. We discuss the societal norms that continuously stigmatize mental illness, how to support a friend who is struggling, and the importance of maintaining your mental health and support system before trying to solve someone else's!&nbsp;...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!&nbsp;...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
1/24/202022 minutes, 36 seconds
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14. The effect of depression and anxiety on a family… feat. my younger sister

In this episode, I sit down with my younger sister and we talk about how mental health impacts a family unit. We dive into her experience at home while I was at McLean, the differences she saw in me and the family, and the skills that she learned as well! We talk about the difficult spot you get put in when someone close to you is struggling but it's not your story to share. She also gives advice about finding someone to talk to.&nbsp;...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
10/25/201921 minutes, 32 seconds
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11. Emily Thelen (MA+LCPC+CTRS) on adjusting to change, societal norms, therapeutic boarding school, wilderness, and recovering from depression and anxiety.

This week I sit down with one of my therapists from my therapeutic boarding school. We talk about how she saw me change, the difficulty of measuring long term emotional change, and the societal norms of not feeling negative emotions. Emily also asks me what is important to be successful in therapy.&nbsp;...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
10/2/201920 minutes, 52 seconds
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10. Jacob Sparks (LMFT) on therapeutic boarding schools, healthy relationships, coping skills, self love, and recovering from depression and anxiety.

I sit down with one of my past family and individual therapists (current therapist at the time of this recording) to discuss the work we've done. I ask him bout how listeners can improve their relationships, how I have changed, and the biggest things that have kept me from making progress. Jake also turns the tables and asks me some questions about what I think is important for therapists to know and what listeners should keep in mind when going to therapy....If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
9/23/201929 minutes, 14 seconds
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8. A parent’s guide to adolescent treatment for depression and anxiety: family therapy, what it’s like sending your child away, and how it helped our family… feat. my Dad

In this episode of Nevertheless, She Persisted, I ask my Dad what it was like to be a parent of a patient at a residential program and a therapeutic boarding school. We also discuss our hopes for the future, mental health stigma today, and more.&nbsp;More information about 3 East Program at McLean Hospital: https://www.mcleanhospital.org/programs/3east or https://www.mcleanhospital.org/news/3east-mcleans-unique-approach-adolescent-dialectical-behavior-therapy...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
8/21/201922 minutes, 12 seconds
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6. Building and maintaining fulfilling, healthy, loving relationships with family members, friends, and peers

Sitting down with a friend, we discuss relationships. We cover co-dependent unhealthy romantic relationships and friendships, evolving family relationships, and gossiping. How do we maintain our friendship as independent often dramatically different people? Do we experience relationships in the same way? How have they affected us? Listen to find out.&nbsp;📚Book mentioned in today’s episode: https://www.amazon.com/Fearless-Heart-Courage-Compassionate-Transform/dp/1101982926/ref=nodl_ (A Fearless Heart: How the Courage to be Compassionate Can Change our Lives)...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
8/7/201929 minutes, 53 seconds
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5. Teen anxiety: how to cope, using skills, and surviving school

In this episode we talk anxiety. Between personal experiences, breaking down what panic attacks feel like, and why anxiety gets in the way of things, the listener gets a well rounded view of how anxiety works....If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
7/31/201938 minutes, 19 seconds
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3. A sister’s perspective: what do depression and anxiety look like? How do you support a sibling struggling? How did therapy help our family?

I ask my younger sister how she was impacted by my mental illness. From how the focus of the family shifted to how our relationship has evolved we discuss the highs and lows of the past 2 years....If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
7/17/201920 minutes, 21 seconds
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2. A Dad’s perspective on how to support a teen suffering from depression and anxiety

I sit down with my Dad to discuss what it was like to see his child suffering from mental illness. Between conversations about the difficult decision to send me away, as a parent, not knowing how to help me, and what is different now in our family, this episode is aimed to give parents reassurance that you're doing the best you can and for kids to understand what it's like to be a parent in the toughest of times.&nbsp;...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. New Episodes every Friday....Follow She Persisted on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook!&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- Mental Health Resources (links)- educational YouTube videos- purchase the DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets here- purchase the DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents here...© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.&nbsp; Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shepersisted/support
7/16/201926 minutes, 31 seconds
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1. A teen’s perspective: depression and anxiety… my core beliefs, the decision I made to work on myself, and my journey through intensive mental health treatment

After 25 episodes, I went back and re-recorded my first episode. I talk all about what inspired me to start the podcast, my story, and my personal journey.&nbsp;Read the full episode transcription here.Soundbites are from the following episode (not necessarily in order of appearance)...2. A Dad’s perspective on how to support a teen suffering from depression and anxiety3. A sister’s perspective: what does depression and anxiety look like? How do you support a sibling struggling? How did therapy help our family?10. A therapist’s perspective (Jacob Sparks, LMFT): therapeutic boarding school, healthy relationships, coping skills, self love, and recovering from depression and anxiety.11. A therapist’s perspective (Emily Thelen, MA+LCPC+CTRS): adjusting to change, societal norms, therapeutic boarding school, wilderness, and recovering from depression and anxiety.14. The effect of depression and anxiety on a family… feat. my younger sister15. How do you support a friend struggling with depression and anxiety while maintaining your own mental health?...If you have questions you want answered in future episodes, please reach out via email ([email protected]), social media DM's, or a voice message via anchor!...Available on Apple Podcasts, Anchor, and anywhere you listen to your podcasts. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed! New Episodes every Friday....Stay updated on Instagram, Twitter, my Website, and Facebook&gt; for business inquiries email: [email protected] Resources...- Reading Recommendations- <a href="https://www.drcarolinefleck.com/mental-health-resources.html" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
7/11/201928 minutes, 48 seconds