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Living Well Rewind: Pandemic Parenting - ft. Ann Douglas, Courtney Taylor, Emilie Morasse & Dr. Tonya Bibbs

Living Well with Mark Henick

Release Date: 10/22/2020

S3E13 - Endurance du corps et de l’esprit - avec Alexandre Despatie et Benoît Huot show art S3E13 - Endurance du corps et de l’esprit - avec Alexandre Despatie et Benoît Huot

Living Well with Mark Henick

Pour cet épisode spécial, qui se déroule entièrement en français, Mark Henick passe le micro à un animateur invité et double médaillé olympique, Alexandre Despatie. Dans le cadre de la Semaine de la santé mentale, Alexandre discute de l’endurance du corps et de l’esprit avec Benoît Huot, qui a remporté 20 médailles aux Jeux paralympiques. Ils nous racontent leurs propres histoires d’épreuves et de résilience, et nous font part de stratégies et de conseils fondés sur ce qui les a aidés à persévérer.

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 S3E12 - Healing Minds at Home and at Work w/ Dr. Thomas Insel & Daryl Tol show art S3E12 - Healing Minds at Home and at Work w/ Dr. Thomas Insel & Daryl Tol

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It’s important to talk about mental health all year – but especially in May! With Mental Health Month in the United States, Mental Health Week in Canada, Mental Health Awareness Week in the United Kingdom, and events around the world, it’s a perfect time to put mental health front and centre. Mark is joined by former NIMH director Dr. Thomas Insel to talk about his new book, Healing: Our Path From Mental Illness to Mental Health. Then, One Mind EVP Daryl Tol stops by to talk about their One Mind at Work initiative. 

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S3E11 - Overcoming Addiction w/ Dr. Judson Brewer & Dr. Ben Sessa show art S3E11 - Overcoming Addiction w/ Dr. Judson Brewer & Dr. Ben Sessa

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Depending on the approach, addictions may be seen as diseases to be treated, habits to be un-learned, or a mix of both. Mark discusses these conceptual models with two prominent researchers and physicians. First, neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Jud Brewer talks about the conditioning approach to habit formation, and the mindful way out. Then, psychiatrist and psychedelics research Dr. Ben Sessa unpacks how we can re-open critical periods to loosen previously engrained maladaptive coping patterns.

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S3E10 - Understanding Addiction w/ Allan Kehler & Dr. Jennifer Brasch show art S3E10 - Understanding Addiction w/ Allan Kehler & Dr. Jennifer Brasch

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Nearly a quarter of the population will deal with a substance related disorder at some point in their life. Mark explores various perspectives on addiction over two episodes of the show. This week, he’s joined by author, speaker, and mental health advocate Allan Kehler to talk about the personal journey from lived experience to helping others. Then, Dr. Jennifer Brasch stops by to share her perspective as a concurrent disorders specialist and addictions psychiatry lead for a major hospital.

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S3E9 - Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion w/ Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, Joyce Odidison show art S3E9 - Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion w/ Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, Joyce Odidison

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During times of great change, there is a risk that people who have historically been marginalized are among the first to be forgotten. That's what makes this time so critical to ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts continue to be expanded. Mark discusses with psychologist Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, conflict analyst Joyce Odidison, Paris Will from the London School of Economics and Jackie Delfosse on LifeWorks Learning DEI programs.

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S3E8 - The Future of Work w/ Sandy McIntosh & Zabeen Hirji show art S3E8 - The Future of Work w/ Sandy McIntosh & Zabeen Hirji

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The future of work is changing. The typical workplace five years from now could be unrecognizable from what we knew just five years ago, driven by rapid adoption of remote work and changing mindsets. Mark discusses the changing nature of work with Sandy MacIntosh, Chief Human Resources Officer for Telus, and Zabeen Hirji, Executive Advisor on the future of work for Deloitte.

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S3E7 - Executive and leadership coaching w/ Adrian Gostick & Dr. Woody Woodward show art S3E7 - Executive and leadership coaching w/ Adrian Gostick & Dr. Woody Woodward

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Executives leaders set the tone of the workplace as a healthy and safe social environment. While some leaders are born with this aptitude, for many it’s a skillset that must be learned and developed. Mark is discusses the role of executive coaching with Adrian Gostick, the world’s best-selling author on culture and employee engagement. Then, Mark has a conversation about how leaders of leaders are made with Dr. Woody Woodward, an organization psychologist  and Program Lead for the Executive Coaching graduate program at NYU.

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S3E6 - Transformations of Body and Mind w/ Lynn Keane and Stephanie Mansour show art S3E6 - Transformations of Body and Mind w/ Lynn Keane and Stephanie Mansour

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In this first episode of 2022, Mark speaks with mental wellness advocate Lynn Keane. They discuss her new Radical Transformation photo essay series, and the power of pushing yourself physically to heal your mind. Then, regular Today Show fitness contributor Stephanie Mansour stops by to share some practical tips for getting motivated, staying on track, and making time to recover.

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S3E5 - Loving Well: Relationships and Wellbeing show art S3E5 - Loving Well: Relationships and Wellbeing

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Our wellbeing is intricately connected with other people - other people who happen to have other minds. Navigating these relationships successfully is a significant social determinant of our health. This is especially true in our most intimate relationships. This week, Mark is joined by renowned psychotherapist, podcast host, and author, Ken Page. They talk attachments, core gifts, being authentic with those we love, and bringing out the best in others.

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S3E4 - Millennial Money w Jessica Moorhouse show art S3E4 - Millennial Money w Jessica Moorhouse

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Given the changes, stresses, and uncertainties of the last two years, many people are more mindfully choosing how they distribute their time, and the price they're willing to accept for it from a current or potential employer. Jessica Moorhouse, Accredited Financial Counselor & Host of the More Money Podcast joins Mark to talk about how this shift in our values impacts both our money and our wellbeing. They talk about entrepreneurial mindsets, millennial money management, and tips for your financial future.

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In late summer, we had a two-part special on parenting through the pandemic. Now, with Halloween approaching, parents are still navigating the challenges of raising kids in an ongoing, and even worsening global pandemic. Mark spoke with four experts and advocates for their perspectives on this. Prolific parenting writer Ann Douglas, mental health advocate and new mom Courtney Taylor, Morneau Shepell psychoeducator Emilie Morasse, and professor of child development Dr. Tonya Bibbs all joined Mark share their thoughts. Here's a bite-sized recap of their conversations.