Radio Shows

Our syndicated Radio Show is all about having healthy minds, bodies and lives. We have wonderful guests including celebrities, elected officials and expert special guests.

We also have guest hosts like our Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action segment with Jennifer Whitney which features a new inspirational success story from across California.

Past guests have included some of our favorite “inspirations” such as:

Tom Hanks Glenn Close
Marianne Williamson Mariel Hemingway
Maurice Benard California State Senator Darrell Steinberg
Mariette Hartley Joey Pantoliano
Robert David Hall Mia St. John
Congressman Patrick Kennedy Christopher Kennedy Lawford

And many, many more psychiatrists, doctors, celebrities, and inspirational stories!

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Radio Shows

Dr. Charles Sophy, Medical Director Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services joins us to discuss dealing with tragedy and the mistake of mental illness “mis-labeling”. Mark Shotwell, Program Director of Bonita House and Jody Monaghan also from Bonita House join Jennifer Whitney in our Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action Segment to share some of their success stories!

The Aurora Colorado tragedy leaves an impact for a lifetime for the victims and their families.  Our hearts go out to them.   It also impacts us as a society.  You probably recognize  Dr. Charles Sophy from “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”, “Celebrity Rehab”, “CNN” or many others and he joins us again to discuss this [...]

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What is PREP? How is it helping? Find out with our guests Bob Bennett, CEO of Family Service Agency of San Francisco and Dr. Rachel Loewy, UCSF who talk about breakthroughs and expansions of the PREP program through Prop. 63 funding and how it is a true “game changer”! Steven Grolnic-McClurg, LCSW and Director of Mental Health and Wellness for Rubicon Programs joins Jennifer Whitney to talk about the success of their programs in the Bay Area.

Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis is the topic with our first guests, and you’ll want to tune in to find out how this ground breaking project is reducing hospitalizations and the “revolving door” of mental illness care. On our Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action Segment with Jennifer Whitney, Jen is joined by Steven [...]

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Joe Pantoliano AKA Joey Pants talks about his new book, “Asylum”, and Bettie Reinhardt, Acting Exec. Director of NAMI California and Holly Davidson Director of Stigma Reduction join Jennifer Whitney in the Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action Segment to talk about The National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Our FAVORITE returning guest from New Jersey, Joey Pants, you know him from “The Sopranos”, “The Matrix”, “The Fugitive” and if you haven’t seen him in the very personal “Canvas”, you must! Joey talks about his new book, “Asylum” in which he reveals what his “alphabet” of dis-eases are, how his mother passed along a [...]

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Dr. Kelly Greco, Psychologist at USC joins us to talk about campus mental health and “Trojans helping Trojans. Dr. David Pating, Chief Addiction Medicine Kaiser Permanente and MHSOAC Commissioner joins fellow MHSOAC Commissioner and San Francisco MHA Exec. Director Eduardo Vega in the Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action segment with Jennifer Whitney.

Dr. Kelly Greco joins us from USC to talk about substance and alcohol abuse and how to find resources on campus.  Great tips and information for parents.   Suicide Prevention is the topic on the Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action Segment with Jennifer Whitney.  Eduardo Vega shares his personal views about attempting suicide and Dr. [...]

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