Mind Matters Podcast

April 11, 2022

Welcome to the first episode of Mind Matters! Today’s episode is brought to you by La Amistad Behavioral Health Services and University Behavioral Center. This episode acts as an introduction to Mind Matters and explores issues of substance use in Central Florida.

Advancements in Mental Wellness for Fire and Rescue | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

June 17, 2024
In our latest podcast, we explore key strategies for integrating mental health support into fire and rescue departments. Topics include innovative community outreach programs, proactive mental health education and collaboration with local mental heal...

Spectrum of Support: LGBTQ+ Mental Wellness | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

May 22, 2024
This episode explores the unique mental health and substance use challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals. We discuss how discrimination and stigma impact their well-being, and the intersection of mental health issues with substance use. Learn about th...

Community & Mental Health | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

April 16, 2024
Discover the crucial role of community in mental health on this episode of Mind Matters (or watch us on Youtube). Featuring special guest Marni Stahlman, CEO of The Mental Health Association of Central Florida, we explore firsthand stories and expert...

Mental Health & Law Enforcement With Chief Ogden | Mind Matters | University Behavioral

March 6, 2024
In this episode of Mind Matters, we dive into the topic of mental health culture in the law enforcement field. Chief Dave Ogden, the head of Windermere police, shares insights on the mindset surrounding mental health within law enforcement, the inten...

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...