Sarah & Rachel — our Mothers, Family — The Graves Family

My cousin Sarah & I discuss our mothers, their childhoods, ourselves, our daughters & our extended family of aunts, uncles & cousins

Interview with Grandma Donna

I used to want to work in a mental hospital, and so I asked my grandma a couple questions. It still sounds like fun but it also sounds dangerous. I’m glad I talked with my grandma. My grandma also wants...

Military and Mental Health

A dialogue on the stigmas faced by men in the military.

DC Healthy Transitions

Early preventative mental health measures for youth as they transition to adulthood are a key to healthy development.

Stigmatization of Mental Illness in the Media

Emily Henderson discussing the stigmatization of mental health in the Media with her brother, Hernon Henderson, a diagnosed bipolar survivor.

Occupational Therapy: Living Life to its Fullest! Lived Experience Interview of Dr. Michael Pizzi

Dr. Pizzi is an Occupational Therapist, professor and Wellness Lifestyle Coach with 38 years of experience. I had the opportunity to interview with him today regarding his experience as an agent of change and recommendations for the field of occupational...

My friend Jaden

Jaden and Rachael discuss a lifelong friendship and the struggles they have been through together, and Jaden’s mental health adventures.

Progress and Paradox: Our childhoods

My Grandmother and I discuss all of our experiences growing up and how that shaped who we are today

What does nature mean to you?

This interview looks at connections to nature with a focus on mental health.

The affects of Social media on health and society

VCU Biology major Madelyn Via gives her insight on the affects of social media on health

My Mom’s suicide when I was 8.

Helen Kay Campbell talks about how her mother’s suicide when she was 8 effected her family.

"I can't say I had a happy childhood… but it is what it is"

I interviewed my dad about his childhood growing up with a deaf mother and an abusive step-father

Interview with Ashley Davies on 3/25

This is an interview with Ashley Davies, an amazing professor on the CSU campus, where she talks about her life experiences, what she has learned, and how she has grown throughout her life.

A customer service industry?

A dive into the similarities in the Nursing and Teaching fields, as well as the stress that accompanies it. You may have to turn the volume up, my mom’s voice is very soft on this recording.

3 Generations of ADHD

In this quick interview, I talk to my mom about what it was like growing up through 3 generations of ADHD.

Mental Health and Activism with Joana Yabes

Conversation between friends about bad experiences and turning them into life changing motives.

The fight for mental health

Jessica Schick talks about her fight for mental health and how important a single person can be to you.