Whether you have a long commute to work, are looking for a new podcast to listen to while you run, or are simply interested in learning more about mental health, we've compiled a list of podcasts we think are fantastic. Whether you're looking for a little humor mixed in with mental health information or are on the hunt for a show that will leave you feeling energized and focused with positive affirmations and meditative exercises, this list has something for everyone. Grab your favorite earbuds and make sure your phone is charged, here are our top mental health podcasts. If you need depression, anxiety, or even Columbus ADHD treatment, call Legacy Freedom in the new year.
The Dark Place
Everyday people share their stories of trauma, mental illness, depression, and anxiety on this podcast hosted by Joel Kutz. A former suicide crisis line volunteer, Kutz found that many of the people who called him were just looking to connect with someone who could understand or empathize with their struggles. His goal for the podcast is to help those who have a mental illness learn that they are not alone in their struggles.
Covering anxiety, depression, and the struggles of maintaining your mental health, hosts Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton share their struggles and successes with their own mental health. Previous guests have included comedian Aparna Nancherla who talked about her difficulties with depression and trying to make it funny for her stand up show.
Ananga Sivyer & Shann Vander Leek host this show focused on using breathing tools, self-affirmations, relaxation, and meditation to help you combat your anxiety.
The Struggle Bus
Followers of the show help drive the content of this podcast by writing in with questions or concerns they have. The hosts, Sally Tamarkin and Katharine Heller, supply tips and feedback to help listeners cope or find direction.
The Hardcore Self-Help Podcast
Southern California psychologist Dr. Robert Duff hosts this no-nonsense podcast about depression, anxiety, and relationships. No medical jargon here, just real talk about mental health.
Each week a mystery guest joins hosts Yvette Caster and Ellen Scott to talk candidly about the weird thoughts many people have. Caster, who is bipolar and has struggled with depression, and Scott, who has dealt with obsessive thoughts, depression, panic attacks and anxiety, hope to bring listeners a podcast that leaves them feeling less alone.
Talking in Circles
When host Laura Miller was deep into dealing with her own depression, she discovered she was pregnant. For the last 2o years, she has struggled with her mental health and the lack of resources available for mothers with depression. The podcast is a candid and often hilarious exploration of the minds of brave and interesting people who struggle with their mental health.
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While a podcast is not a substitute for seeking care for your mental health, it can be a great tool to help you feel understood or to start a conversation with a loved one about your mental health or their mental health needs. If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder or other mental health concerns, let the care team at Legacy Freedom of Columbus create a care plan that is tailored to meet your needs.
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