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How to be HIPAA Compliant on Social Media

Social media use can pose serious issues to your practice’s HIPAA compliance if patient information is not properly protected.
 
Photos and stories from one’s workday are commonplace on Facebook and Twitter. In most industries, these posts are routine and harmless–no different than vacation photos or memories from years gone by.
 
Listen to our live podcast from The National Council of Behavioral Health’s annual conference NatCon with CEO Marc Haskelson and Behavioral Health Channel Director David Kay. 
 

We ♥ the National Council for Behavioral Health

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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).

The health club for your mind™: Scott Cousino of myStrength

A strategic partner with The National Council for Behavioral Health, myStrength offers web and mystrengthmobile self-help resources, empowering consumers to be active participants in their journey to becoming – and staying – mentally and physically healthy. Join CEO and Founder, Scott Cousino, and our host Kristin Sunanta Walker as they discuss his platform, their alliance with National Council, and why Behavioral Health is a passion for him and his organization.

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Empaths Are Here to Save the World: Dr. Judith Orloff on Mental Health News Radio

Power.of.Surrender.250Dr. Judith Orloff joins us on Mental Health News Radio. Her new book The Power of Surrender and her upcoming workshop in Big Sur, Ca: Surrender to the Power of Your Intuition were on our minds. As our guests know, each show is a journey. Dr. Orloff rolled with it because that is who she is and we got into the topic on the minds of all of our listeners: Empaths.

Join us on the empath super highway with Dr. Judith Orloff.

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Pathological Love Relationships with Sandra L. Brown, M.A.

e9f6c204-0029-46ed-b1d1-79939c9d0b9f_bandwmask300Sandra L. Brown, M.A. joins us on Mental Health News Radio. We can’t top that sentence. The volume of work, information, healing, education, and advocacy that has come from one of the original clinicians working with Narcissistic Abusers and Survivors is, quite frankly, legendary. It’s always a pleasure when I really connect with a guest on the show. Sandra is definitely a kindred spirit that has worked tirelessly to help survivors heal from psychological trauma. Enjoy getting to know her in our intimate format and learn from the healer that created the movement finally getting the attention it deserves.

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Mental Health and Social Media with Sean Erreger

mhnr-soundbitesWe met Sean Erreger when he attended our presentation on EHR technology for The National Council for Behavioral Health. He was impressed with our presentation and gladly shared portions of it out into the Twitterverse. Sean was also a presenter at the conference about the proper use of social media in the field of mental health. It can save lives and let’s face it: Social Media is not going anywhere. We might as well use it for good! Join Sean as we interview each other about what we do, why we do it, and why we are both so passionate about Behavioral Health.
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Body Positivity: Mental Health and Matt Joseph Diaz

MattDiazThe team at Mental Health News Radio and everythingEHR has been following Matt Joseph Diaz for some time. We’ve been amazed at his journey around body positivity and acceptance. 

When Linda Rosenberg, the CEO and President of The National Council for Behavioral Health joined us for a discussion about the “uncomfortable conversations” that must be had, we decided to create a show for our listeners that delved even deeper into the mental health field. We couldn’t think of anyone other than Matt to help us launch our first “after dark” show. 

Make no mistake – this is the no holds barred version of Mental Health News Radio. Want to hear the conversations that need to be had in order to heal our collective wounds around body issues? Tune in to this show.

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Livin with the After Effects of Suicide: An Interview with Sam Webb

livinlogoWe had the distinct pleasure of hearing about Sam Webb and his business partner and friend Casey Lyons from The National Council for Behavioral Health. They were one of the big hits at the 2016 annual national council conference sharing their inspiring journey around the creation of their non-profit LIVIN, a suicide prevention and mental health awareness organization. Sam joins us on Mental Health News Radio to discuss the inspiration for LIVIN and their global initiative.

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LISTEN TO SAM’S FIRST INTERVIEW IN MARCH OF 2016!

CATCH UP WITH SAM ON OUR SECOND INTERVIEW IN SEPTEMBER OF 2016!


Mental Health and the Millennial Male

Millennial MaleWhere do you go when you want an up close and personal perspective on Mental Health from a Millennial male perspective? We know plenty of terrific young men and there’s something special about interviewing your own son. Kellen joins us on Mental Health After Dark to discuss Mental Health Millennial Male Style.

 
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The Need for Human Connection: An Interview with Dr. Gabor Maté

mental-health-news-radio-logoGabor Maté, M.D. joins us after his presentations at The National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Take a journey as Dr. Maté and our host, Kristin Walker, discuss the need for meaningful human connection and the enormity of changing the structures in which we treat and comprehend addiction. 

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