What happens beyond the gates of psychiatric hospitals? In this latest episode of the Mental Health Revolution Podcast, Kate interviews a psychiatric hospital worker, who requested to stay anonymous. Mental institutions are meant to be there to help service users recover from their mental distress. The reality is far from this. Bullying, discrimination, lack ofRead More
Jason Wasser’s accreditations include licenced marriage and family therapist and certified neuro-emotional technique practitioner, he has worked across sports, TV, business and the corporate world. “I believe everyone in the world should have a therapist and coach to help them minimise their life stress and maximise their potential.” “I see everything as a relational dynamic, aboutRead More
In this episode, Kate explains how growing your own self-awareness will help and positively change the relationships you have with others. This insightful podcast provides clear and concise advice about the changes you can make that will help any relationship, tune in to find out what steps you can take now. BEST MOMENTS ‘People are always going to judge others’ ‘TryingRead More
In this revealing and heartfelt episode, Kate is in conversation with Patricia who shares her own journey and the impact life and the Thrive program has had on her. ‘All the pieces of the jigsaw began to fit together for me about my own life and having an understanding of it’
You don’t have to be the victim of your past. It is not your present nor your future. In this episode of The Mental Health Revolution Podcast, Kate helps you detach you from the emotional distress you’re feeling about something that happened during your past. What if Kate tells you that you that there is a far healthierRead More
In this episode, Kate interviews Clinical Psychologist and author of Tales from the Madhouse, Gary Sidley. They discuss the alternatives to biomedical psychiatry as ways of responding to human suffering. This fascinating podcast shares the experience and journey that Gary has undertaken and explores the reasons why urgent change is required.
In this candid interview, Susan Earl, who has a background in psychology, an interest in self-improvement and a successful career as an actress and comedian talks about her journey. Susan shares with us the experiences of self-improvement and personal development that led her to THRIVE, and how it positively changed her life. ABOUT THE GUESTRead More
Grief is something that we will all experience in our lives. In a moving, and personal episode Kate talks through her own experiences of grief. Grieving after the death of a loved one will happen to all of us at some point. Kate explains how this is a unique experience to each of us andRead More
This episode explores the reality of growing up in a family with a depressed parent. Karl provides a candid insight and discusses the impact on his life. For those people who have any experience of depression within a family this interview will resonant and offer an understanding of how it can shape those within the family.
This personal and very powerful account of a journey into alcoholism and the long climb out helps us all gain a better understanding of the attitudes and approaches surrounding the treatment of alcoholism. Treatments are underfunded and can be difficult to access. In this episode the success of the Thrive programme is explored, and itsRead More