Sorry this episode is out late this week, I had it ready to go Friday, but the server for my website was down. Apologies!
Key Info for this Podcast:
Join Michael and I today as we discuss:
- the most important coping technique that he’s learned works well for him
- some of the biggest obstacles related to college that he’s faced
- what it’s like to work in the peer space, empowering others to pursue their own recovery journeys while serving as a role model to them with the lived experience
- Michael’s advice for college students with mental health issues that have big goals/dreams and might be struggling right now to make any progress on them
- advice would for faculty related to helping students with mental health issues succeed in college? What can we do better
Websites/Links Referenced on the Show:
Bridgeway Video featuring Michael: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbravh5snbM&feature=youtu.be
- If you are a recent college grad or faculty member that’s in recovery for mental health issues, I’d love to interview you about your goal achievement quest, the struggles/adversity you faced, as well the wellness strategies you used! I’m particularly interested in interviewing student entrepreneurs and those involved in mental health advocacy. There are a variety of ways to reach out.
- Email me at: email@example.com
- The Official Podcast Website
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- Thanks to Rob Cavallo for today’s intro music. For more information about him or the music you heard today, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org