When you find a podcast you love it’s like making a new friend. You want to connect and hear from them on a regular basis. In today’s world, podcasts are a ever-growing medium to engage with subjects of interest in a easy, mobile way. We recently uncovered some mental health podcasts and video blogs that are both helpful and engaging, so today we share 3 of our new “friends” with you.
- Kati Morton, Therapist and Friend is a vlogger and LMFT who answers viewer questions on a wide range of topics including: anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders, and abuse. She has an extensive library of content on her site so you can literally spend hours learning from this very reputable source.
- The Mental Illness Happy Hour is a podcast for people curious about or dealing with mental health issues. Paul Gilmartin, a comedian, uses his own experiences with clinical depression and alcoholism as the host each episode. Paul’s guests range from artists and friends, to doctors and mental health professionals, to listeners.
- New York Times best selling author Gretchen Rubin co-hosts top-ranking, award-winning podcast “Happier with Gretchen Rubin,” with her sister Elizabeth Craft. Gretchen discusses happiness and good habits and is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature.
Mental health and self care are things, we, as humans have to work on constantly. If these podcasts don’t resonate with you, there are many others available online that might. Find what piques your interest and don’t forget to always place your mental health as a priority.