Madison Police Chief Mike Koval graciously joined the Monday Buzz to discuss with Brian Standing a slew of topics, from the recently announced restorative justice program to his perspectives on how the community and police should respond to issues like racial disparities in arrest rates and mental health crises.
Our guest was Thomas Fransen, a Chicago-based licensed clinical social worker currently working in private practice. Thomas sheds some light on the subject of Mental Health.
The Madison Police Department’s new mental health unit is up and running. The Monday Buzz talks to mental health Officer Carlin Becker about how things are going.
Each month, the Monday Eight O’Clock Buzz checks in with the Wisconsin Center For Investigative Journalism for an update on their work to “protect the vulnerable, expose wrongdoing and seek solutions.” A third of all men in Wisconsin prisons and two thirds of incarcerated women have diagnosed mental illnesses. Many require a regular regimen of […]
A major issue that our schools face today is youth mental health and wellness. On Tuesday September 10th, our host Carousel Bayrd was joined by Marykay Wills, mental health and alternate care service manager with Dane County Human Services and Jeannette Deloya, a program support social worker with Madison Metropolitan School District to discuss the issues that Madison school have been addressing in order to better mental health and wellness in youth.
Madison Postpartum Peers provides information on its peer groups and demystifies (and destigmatizes!) postpartum mental health challenges like depression or anxiety. There could be an interview with a mom who’s gone through postpartum depression and also with a local therapist specializing in perinatal mental health. For more information, contact Ann Jamison at email@example.com.