178 - Starting the Year Slow
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
5M ago
Robert and Holly talk about starting off a new year slowly (6:23): why it might be important (7:32), some practical ideas for being proactive (13:23), and some tools to keep for along the way (27:08). Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - Ruth Haley Barton’s Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest: From Sabbath to Sabbatical and Back Again - CXMH ep. 57 - Why We Need Better Sleep (& How to Get It) (feat. Dr. Michael Scullin) Join the Cxmhunity on Facebook! Connect with Robert on his website, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. Connect with Holly on her website, Twitter, Faceb ..read more
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177 - Dementia, Memory Ministry, & Informed Compassion (feat. Mary McDaniel Cail)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
8M ago
Content warning: this episode contains mentions of suicide, miscarriage, and loss.  This week we’re joined by Mary Cail, author of Dementia and the Church: Memory, Care, and Inclusion and Alzheimer's: A Crash Course for Friends and Relatives. She explains why the church’s role can be so important in caring for those impacted by dementia, some basic steps to start in memory ministry, and why ‘informed compassion’ is so important. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - CXMH ep. 142 - People Living With Dementia and Their Caregivers (feat. Dr. Brianna Garrison & Dr. Denni ..read more
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176 - Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care (feat. Dr. Becky Bell Scott)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
9M ago
This week Dr. Becky Bell Scott joins us to talk about integrating behavioral health into primary care settings. Dr. Scott is the Program Director for Social Work in Primary Care Programs at Baylor University. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health - Collaborative Family Healthcare Association - the Behavioral Health Consultant Certificate Course that Dr. Scott teaches - Trauma-Focused CBT Certification program - Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) - the Unified Protocol Institute - The National Child Traumatic Stress Network - iCare ..read more
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175 - Moving Into Healthier Paradigms (feat. Aurelia Dávila Pratt)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
9M ago
This week we’re joined by Aureila Dávila Pratt: pastor, social work graduate, and author of A Brown Girl's Epiphany: Reclaim Your Intuition and Step into Your Power. We talk about stepping out of harmful paradigms and stepping into helpful ones. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - CXMH ep. 41 - Putting the Revolution Back In Racial Reconciliation (feat. Austin Channing Brown) - CXMH ep. 129 - Healing Our Internal World, Spiritual Practices, & Moving Beyond Empire Theology (feat. Lisa Colón DeLay) Connect with Rev. Pratt on her website, on Instagram, or on Twitter. L ..read more
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174 - 3 Ways to Change How We Understand Adolescents (feat. Robert Vore)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
10M ago
This week, Holly interviews Robert! We talk about how we define adolescence, why it’s such an important time of life, and three specific shifts in our understanding that can be helpful when working with adolescents. This one’s for the parents, teachers, youth workers, therapists, and more! Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - Age Of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence by Laurence Steinberg - Inventing Ourselves: The Secret Life of the Teenage Brain by Sarah-Jayne Blakemore - Books by Dr. Lisa Damour: - - Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Str ..read more
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173 - The Science of the Good Samaritan (feat. Dr. Emily Smith)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
10M ago
Our favorite epidemiologist, Dr. Emily Smith, returns to the show this week for the first time since November 2020! She talks with us about her new book, The Science of the Good Samaritan: Thinking Bigger about Loving Our Neighbors. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - CXMH ep. 116 - Loving Your Neighbor During a Pandemic (feat. Dr. Emily Smith) Connect with Dr. Smith on her SubStack, on Facebook, on Instagram, or buy her new book The Science of the Good Samaritan: Thinking Bigger about Loving Our Neighbors. Join the Cxmhunity on Facebook! Connect with Robert on his web ..read more
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172 - Sacredness in Every Season (feat. Kayla Craig)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
10M ago
This week Kayla Craig returns (having previously been on episode 134) to talk about her new book, Every Season Sacred: Reflections, Prayers, and Invitations to Nourish Your Soul and Nurture Your Family throughout the Year . We talk about praying with your kids, finding what works, how seasons shape us, and more. Kayla is the creator of Liturgies for Parents. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - CXMH ep. 134 - Prayers & Liturgies for Parents (feat. Kayla Craig) - the free resources Kayla is giving CXMH listeners, including conversation cards, sample chapters, daily pra ..read more
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171 - Creativity, Recovering from Burnout, & Joy-Based Education (feat. Dr. Merideth Hite Estevez)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
10M ago
To kick off season 8, we’re joined by Dr. Merideth Hite Estevez. Dr. Estevez talks to us about using creativity to reconnect with spirituality, recovering from burnout, and why inspiration should replace shame as the basis of education. Dr. Estevez is a professional oboist, founder of The Artists Joy, and author of The Artist's Joy: A Guide to Getting Unstuck, Embracing Imperfection, and Loving Your Creative Life. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity by Julia Cameron - Artists For Joy podcast episode: ‘Burnout’ - Art ..read more
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Season 8 Is Here!
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
10M ago
Robert and Holly return to kick off Season 8 of CXMH! Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - CXMH ep. Recast - Getting the Rest You Actually Need (feat. Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith) - CXMH ep. 168 - Our Teens are Sleep-Deprived (& It's Hurting Their Mental Health) (feat. Lisa L. Lewis) - CXMH ep. 169 - Enneagram Stances, Balance, & Moving Towards Wholeness (feat. Suzanne Stabile) - CXMH ep. 163 - Mr. Rogers, Hospital Chaplaincy, & Living as a Holistic Story (feat. Rick Lee James) - CXMH ep. 166 - Humility in a Narcissistic World (feat. Dr. Daryl Van Tongeren) - CXM ..read more
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170 - Felt Safety, Honoring Our Needs, & the Flow of Strength (feat. Aundi Kolber)
CXMH | A Podcast on Faith & Mental Health
by Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
1y ago
We’re closing out Season 7 with one of our favorite people! Therapist and author Aundi Kolber is back to talk about her new book, Strong like Water: Finding the Freedom, Safety, and Compassion to Move through Hard Things--and Experience True Flourishing. We talk about why feeling safe matters, what our window of tolerance is, how the idea of our container can help, and how to navigate those things by trying softer. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - Aundi’s first book, Try Softer: A Fresh Approach to Move Us out of Anxiety, Stress, and Survival Mode--and into a Life of Conne ..read more
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