Episode 48: Social Media & Mental Health - Part 2
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2M ago
Part 2 of Social Media & Mental Health is here! In this episode, Beki and Olivia, talk about why so many of us reach for social media without really thinking about it. You’ll hear discussions about what pulls us in on social media and why our brains enjoy the novelty of what social media platforms provide. Not only that, but Beki and Olivia talk about the things they do to try to manage their social media usage, and in turn, support their mental health ..read more
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Episode 47: Social Media & Mental Health - Part 1
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
3M ago
Let's talk all things social media & mental health, and this is a special 2 part episode!  In part 1 you’ll hear hosts, Beki & Olivia, talk about their personal experiences with social media and the way they find it impacts their lives. From finding to connection with others, to comparing themselves to others and aimless scrolling, the hosts chat about how this plays a part in their mental health and if they feel better, or worse, after scrolling on social media platforms. With social media being a huge part of many of our lives, this is an episode you don’t want to miss ..read more
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Episode 44: Counselling
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
1y ago
In episode 44, Beki is joined by Registered Clinical Counsellor Paige, to talk all things counselling! You'll hear conversations about what to expect in counselling, how we can find a counsellor that matches our values, and why we might want to try out counselling. If you've considered trying counselling before or want to know more about it, this is an episode you don't want to miss! Want to know more about Paige? Paige is a Registered Clinical Counsellor located in Kelowna, BC. She truly has a passion for sharing wellness information and frequently posts on platforms like Instagram and TikTok ..read more
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Episode 43: Mental Health Days
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
1y ago
In episode 43, hosts Olivia and Beki discuss mental health days. They chat about the times they took them and why they chose to, as well as experiences of guilt, anxiety, and stress they've had around mental health days.  You'll hear conversations about how organisations need to do more than just provide staff with mental health days, how in some roles it feels not possible to take a day for ourselves, and plenty more.  ..read more
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Episode 42: Leadership
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2y ago
In episode 42, Beki and Olivia discuss the topic of leadership. You'll hear them chat about what the word means to them in an ideal situation vs what they've found to be true in reality. They share their recent experiences of leadership and how stress can actually be a big part of it.  Check out this episode to hear about different characteristics that affect leadership, and how we can start to build our own leadership skills ..read more
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Episode 41: Empathy
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2y ago
Content warning: This episode discusses an abusive relationship and mentions assault.  It's CMHA's Mental Health Week this week, and the theme this year is empathy. So, hosts Beki & Olivia thought it would be fitting to record an episode on the topic! You'll hear them discuss what empathy really is, why there's a bit of an anti-empathy movement, and what empathy misses are.  ..read more
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Episode 40 - Judging Others
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2y ago
In this episode hosts, Beki and Olivia, discuss something that many of us do without even thinking - judging others.  You’ll hear why it’s something so common, but also why judging others can be harmful to others as well as ourselves. From chatting about how our judgements come from deep down inside us to empathy being the antidote to judgement, this is an episode you don’t want to miss ..read more
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Episode 39 - Humour
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2y ago
Episode 39 focuses on the topic of humour! Beki and Olivia discuss ways that humour can be supportive for us, but also can be a way of us avoiding what’s going on for us.   You’ll hear how some forms of humour and laughter can create good relationships, connection, and open perspectives. But also other forms of humour can be a way of shutting down vulnerability or not dealing with things.   Check out this episode to hear the hosts share how they use humour, and how we can be aware of the type of humour we're using ..read more
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Episode 38: Taking Your Own Advice
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2y ago
In this episode, hosts Beki & Olivia discuss how it’s a lot easier to provide suggestions for someone than it is for us to take our own advice. You’ll hear conversations about enabling vs supporting, how our emotions make it harder, and that working in the mental health field can create some barriers or expectations when supporting our own mental health.   Check out this episode for honest conversations from Olivia and Beki. About how they’re doing and how they, like everyone else, find it difficult to listen to your own advice to support yourself ..read more
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Episode 37: Physical & Mental Health
What Really Works? A Mental Health Podcast for Young People
by discoverycollegekelowna
2y ago
In Episode 37, Beki & Olivia speak openly and honestly about how their physical health impacts their mental health. The two share the difficulty of supporting their mental health when they're experiencing long-term physical health issues, as well as sharing how they may need to work on accepting their experience, looking at their goals, and giving themselves time to grieve.  You'll hear conversations about resentment, resilience, fear & experiences of medical discrimination.  ..read more
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