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MEDIA

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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Oct

9


2020

EP7 TAD Voices-The Power of Pursuit with Brian Ward

“It’s not the pursuit of happiness, but rather it’s the happiness of pursuit.” Tune into our new TAD Voices Episode 7 to hear professional athlete Brian Ward discuss the power of purpose and its effect on mental health. Following one of your passions, no matter how small, can positively change your mindset and we hope […]

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Sep

25


2020

EP6 TAD Voices-Unity Through Emotion with Elissa Shay

Listen to our newest episode of TAD Voices with actor, filmmaker, and mental health advocate @elissa_shay. Elissa hosts Mental Health Mondays on her Instagram in which she shares a variety of topics about mental health and ways to approach wellbeing. Elissa discusses the beauty of feeling and sharing all of our emotions, whether negative or […]

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Sep

18


2020

EP5 TAD Voices-What It Means “To Be A Man” with Burke White

Listen to our 5th episode of TAD Voices featuring Burke White. Burke is a men’s mental health advocate, and the cofounder of @tethrformen, a peer-to-peer support community to encourage real and vulnerable conversations. Burke speaks about the need to redefine what it means to “be a man” – being open about your true self and […]

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Aug

28


2020

EP4 TAD Voices-Empowering Gen-Z with Jen Libby, LCSW

Listen to our 4th episode of TAD Voices with the inspiring psychotherapist, licensed clinical social worker, and CEO and founder of @promlyapp, Jen Libby! Jen talks about the potential to prevent and combat teen suicide through the power of human connection. She discusses her incredible new app, Promly, which aims to “impact and empower connectedness […]

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Aug

21


2020

EP3 TAD Voices-Care to Connect with Jenna Nicole

Listen to our third episode of TAD Voices featuring @jennuhnicole. Jenna shares her experience battling Crohn’s disease, and her journey as she learned to cope with her mental health struggles in order to help heal her physical health. Jenna is a mental health advocate and is working towards becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT). […]

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Aug

14


2020

EP2 TAD Voices- Founding Story Part 2 with Jack Macnee

Our second episode of TAD Voices featuring @jmacnee. Jack Macnee, the COO of TAD since its inception, discusses his devastating loss of a dear friend to suicide, and the ways in which it motivates him to advocate for mental health and suicide awareness every day. Jack talks about the power of friendship through moments of […]

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Aug

7


2020

EP1 TAD Voices- Founding Story Part 1 with Ben Greiner

Our first podcast episode features Talk About Depression’s CEO & Founder Ben Greiner.

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