Join Mental Health News Radio at the Converge Autism Summit in Greenville, South Carolina. We’ll be broadcasting live and doing pre-interviews with conference presenters.
A special thanks to Warren Retrievers for joining us at this conference and bringing lots of future service dogs. Do you know what that means? PUPPIES! Visit our media booth to get your puppy on!
Furthering a “Trauma-Enlightened” Conversation
Dan Griffin, an author and international expert on men and trauma, has a bone to pick with the behavioral healthcare system, and he’s not afraid of how controversial it may sound. “I don’t think it’s men who are failing treatment; I think it’s we who are failing them,” he said recently in an interview with Kristin Walker on Mental Health News Radio—one that proved provocative in its candid discussion of gender, the danger of man rules’ rigidity, and the concept of conscious masculinity. Listen to a list of all of Dan’s podcasts:
Mental Health News Radio is heading to Denver again! MHNR’s Kristin Sunanta Walker will be doing live interviews at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders starting August 18. From the halls of the conference floor and a media room that the conference graciously set up for the show, Walker will be touching base with vendors, participants, and session presenters (many of whom have appeared on the show previously), with no topic off the table. Through live interviews and lots of candid conversation, Walker hopes to make new connections and further much-needed conversations on the most crucial messages coming out of this conference. Here, Walker talks about why she wanted to make this trip, what she’s most excited about, and how you can listen along.
The Heart and the Hub of Behavioral Health
Billed as the nation’s most effective advocate for behavioral health prevention, early intervention, science-based treatment, and recovery, the National Council for Behavioral Health wears many hats that serve one cause: mental health. Whether it’s by effecting federal change by pushing through much-needed policies on the Hill or stifling mental health stigma with science or social media, the National Council is a best friend to behavioral health providers and vendors alike—even if they don’t know it (you likely do).
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Tune in to our shows with presenters, keynotes, vendors, and guests of The Evolution of Addiction Treatment Conference this February 2017 in Los Angeles, CA. Join our hosts Dan Griffin of Griffin Recovery Enterprises (also a presenter at the conference) and Kristin Sunanta Walker (Founder of Mental Health News Radio and MC of the conference) as they take a deep dive on every interview supporting this incredible venue.
Thanks to Dr. Allan Berger and Andrew Martin of Serene Recovery Network for inviting our show to take part in the event. All shows are prerecorded before the conference but we’ll also be broadcasting LIVE from the exhibit floor!
Registration for the conference can be found here: February 2 – 5, 2017
The Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Airport Hotel
6101 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Interviews and photo gallery with presenters, exhibitors, and participants of the most esteemed conference in North Carolina on Behavioral Health. Join our hosts, Kristin Sunanta Walker and Melanie Vann for some Mental Health News Radio shows bringing awareness and advocacy for our favorite sector of healthcare.
To listen to all of our shows visit our main site at www.mentalhealthnewsradio.com.