The Virginia-based Treatment Advocacy Center recently found that a mentally ill person in America is sixteen times more likely to be shot dead by the police than is someone in good mental health. To address these shortcomings, the National Council for Behavioral Health is joining with the International Association of Chiefs of Police in a […]
Today on the Buzz: closing out mental health awareness month with Corinda Rainey-Moore and Lindsay Wallace from NAMI Dane County. More on NAMI Dane County and the National Alliance on Mental Illness in general from their Facebook page or http://www.namidanecounty.org
Lindsay Wallace, Executive Director of National Alliance on Mental Illness-Dane County, Corinda Rainey-Moore, Outreach and Engagement Manager Wisconsin Council on Children and Families and Sue Petkovsek of NAMI join Haywood to discuss Metal Health Month.
Today on the Buzz: Haywood is joined in the studio by Lisa Baker, PhD to talk about mindfulness and mental health. More information on Lisa Baker, PhD, LLC on her Facebook page or https://lisabakerphd.org
Michael from Breathe For Change and Corinda Rainey-Moore Brett Wilfrid, Board Chair and Lindsay Wallace, Executive Director of NAMI(National Alliance on Mental Health Dane County) discuss mindfulness and mental health. More information about these organizations: A growing body of research demonstrates the benefits of mind-body practices. Many teachers desire to learn and implement these practices […]
WORT’s Darien Lamen talks with Dr. Angela Rose Black, a research fellow at UW-Madison in Complementary and Integrative Health about her “mindfulness” research and culturally competent mental health.