Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Elizabeth Power, on air from July 13th "All I do is help people with change, resilience and self-care, and alignment. And everything is done from the trauma-informed perspective," she says. "Even courses directly about working with trauma are about change." Power develops cross-cultural adaptations of models … Continue reading MH21-28 Elizabeth Power Reducing Crises
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Krista Samimi, on air from June 29th Why is taking care of your GUT good for your MENTAL HEALTH? Well, did you know that 60-90% of your “feel good” neurotransmitters are produced in your gut? That’s right. So how you feel is not just “in your … Continue reading MH21-26 Krista Sammi, Gut-Brain Axis.
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Nina Purewal, on air from June 1st Mindfulness has been a buzzword for the past few years and the number of people practicing in the US has tripled in the past decade. Yet, many people don’t know the real principles behind it. It involves self-love, forgiveness, compassion, authenticity, … Continue reading MH21-22 Nina Purewal LET THAT SH*T GO.
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Cindy Shaw, on air from May 11th Cindy Shaw is the founder of the Better Brain Academy. As a brain health coach and mental performance trainer, she helps people improve their lives by blending leading-edge neuroscience, brain health, and self-improvement strategies that help individuals naturally overcome mental health … Continue reading MH21-19 Cindy Shaw Your Brain Trainer
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Dr. E. Everett Bartlett, on air from December 8th DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ANALYST: Dr. E. Everett Bartlett, the President of the Coalition to End Domestic Violence. Domestic violence is a serious problem that knows no boundaries of sex, gender, economic status, geography, or education. The Coalition to End Domestic Violence (CEDV) … Continue reading MH20-50 Dr. E. Everett Bartlett, Domestic Violence and Affirmative Action