Gratitude and ”To Be” Lists | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

November 23, 2022

On this episode of Mind Matters, we welcome special guest Johnny Crowder of “Cope Notes”, an app that allows you to receive text messages with the goal of training your brain to combat mental health concerns. We talk about how even though mental health affects us all, our current systems only encourage people to reach out with their concerns when they are at their worst. Johnny Crowder encourages us to reinvent our mindset from a “to-do” list to a “to-be” list.

Real Change Beyond New Year’s Resolutions | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

January 8, 2024
Resiliency to experience lasting change is more than making a list of New Year resolutions and feeling stuck a few weeks later when the same problems show up and shatter any progress toward life change. The hidden power of change can vastly improve t...

How to Help A Loved One While In Inpatient Treatment | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

November 15, 2023
On today’s podcast we talked with Cherlette McCullough, a local therapist in Central Florida, who specializes in marriage and family therapy.  We discussed how to help a loved one who is seeking or currently in inpatient care for mental health or sub...

Military Families & Mental Health | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

November 15, 2023
On this episode of Mind Matters. we talk about mental health within military families. We feature special guest Pernell Bush to discuss these issues with us. We talk about how while military families may face the same stressors as civilian families, ...

Perspectives from an Inpatient Psychiatrist | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

November 15, 2023
This month we talked with Dr. Alison Weiss, MD, psychiatrist at La Amistad Behavioral Health Services. Topics include what it is like being a psychiatrist, what she treats on a daily basis and what she is seeing from a medical perspective in our chil...

Attachment | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

November 15, 2023
On this episode of Mind Matters we are joined by special guest Sandra Stanford, a licensed mental health counselor, as we dive into attachment theory. Where does it originate from? What are the different attachment styles? What do attachment behav...