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MEDIA

Jan

25


2021

Emily D.’s Story

Content Advisory: Please note the following content can be directly or indirectly related to topics about mental health, depression, suicide, and or self-harm.   My mental health journey started at the end of 2018. I was in a toxic relationship with my now ex, and I was severely depressed, unhappy, lost and lonely. I felt […]

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Jan

21


2021

EP14 TAD Voices-Being Open About What You Go Through with Phil Lubin

Tune into our latest episode of TAD Voices featuring actor, mental health advocate, and life coach, Phil Lubin. This episode speaks to the power of being open about a mental health challenge and how that conversation can truly help others. Phil shares about identity, his personal challenges, and ways we can all connect with others […]

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Jan

18


2021

Kimmy H.’s Story

Content Advisory: Please note the following content is directly or indirectly related to topics about depression, suicide, and self-harm.   I am a self-taught, stumbling along and learning as I go artist. After six years, four majors (none art-related) at two different schools I ended up with a career in bartending. I have always been […]

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Jan

7


2021

EP13 TAD Voices-Listening To Understand with Kyle Moore

Tune into our latest episode of TAD Voices featuring Kyle Moore. Episode 13 goes into Kyle’s own mental health experience and the way he became to be a mental health advocate, speaker, and podcaster helping people connect about mental health in new ways. His podcast @lifesawreck talks about mental health with a touch of wit and […]

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Jan

6


2021

Sophie D.’s Story

  Content Advisory: Please note the following content is directly or indirectly related to topics about depression, suicide, and self-harm.   I Am Me. I thought a lot about what it would mean to create something with true deep personal meaning. that goes beyond just creating jewelry with a slogan that I hope people relate […]

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Dec

17


2020

EP12 TAD Voices-I Am Me with Sophie Dietz

Content Warning: Please note the following content is directly or indirectly related to topics about depression, suicide, and self-harm.   We are so excited to feature Sophie Dietz on EP 12 of TAD Voices. She is the founder of @annabeejoux jewelry and a campaign called “I Am Me” in collaboration with TAD to spread awareness talking […]

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Dec

3


2020

EP11 TAD Voices-Finding Space For Real Conversations with Dr. Marissa Alert

We are honored to feature Dr. Marissa Alert, a licensed clinical psychologist with a PhD from University of Miami and the Associate Director at Johns Hopkins Health Innovations! She is a speaker and innovator who is passionate about making wellness accessible to everyone. She has experience working with adults to help them better manage stress, improve […]

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Nov

19


2020

EP10 TAD Voices-It’s an Everyday Conversation with Eli Kim Swallow

We are so excited to share episode 10 of TAD Voices featuring Eli Swallow. Eli is a leader, mental health advocate and entrepreneur who shares his story about owning up with the unhealthy crutches in life in order to move in a better direction. He teaches us about good mental health being an individual process. […]

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Nov

5


2020

EP9 TAD Voices-Let’s Talk About You with Angela Kulikov

We are so excited to share episode 9 of TAD Voices featuring Angela Kulikov. She is an All-American tennis player at USC and an Applied Psychology Masters Candidate. She shines a light on the less-talked about impact of sports on mental health and finding herself beyond her athletic identity. After sharing a story with us on […]

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Oct

23


2020

EP8 TAD Voices-A Mental Health Perspective with Daniel Patterson

In Honor of National Health Education Week we are so excited to release Episode 8 of TAD Voices featuring educator, mental health consultant, and life coach who is dedicated to helping youth and schools find their way to communicate better about personal and institutional conversations surrounding mental health. Tune in for this awesome conversation with […]

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