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

Caregiving Issues, Neuroplasticity Of The Brain, Substance And Alcohol Abuse,And Happiness Are Your Topics This Week!

  You have sent emails,  posts,  tweets and even calls with requests about specific information regarding having a healthy Mind, Body and Life.  We dedicate this show to bringing you subjects and guests who answer some of your questions and interests.   Are you a caregiver?  Make sure you take care of yourself too.  The [...]

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How Would You Deal With A Loved One’s Alzheimer’s Disease? Career Or Caregiving? The “Angel’s Perch” Filmmaker And Star Joins Us. Leeza Gibbons Joins Us To Offer Caregiving Advice And To Talk About The Continued Growth of Leeza’s Place and Leeza’s Care Connection.

JT Arbogast wrote and starred in the new film, “Angel’s Perch” which is about a young man who is working for an architectural design firm in Pittsburgh, and is called to visit his Grandmother in Cass, W.V. who is having a more difficult time on her own as Alzheimer’s Disease symptoms are beginning to take [...]

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Dr. Kita Curry, CEO of Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services And Jennie Wyatt Coste Join Us To Talk About The Importance Of The Growth of Didi Hirsch’s Services To Serve More People, And The Impact Of Didi Hirsch Program Via Avanta!

Dr. Kita Curry is a returning Free Your Mind Project favorite and has overseen tremendous growth for Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services and their suicide prevention hotlines and “warm-lines”.  Jennie is now a Parent Child Care Coordinator and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor at Via Avanta, and she shares how far she has come in dealing [...]

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Dr. William Arroyo, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, And Jean Smart, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Join Us To Talk About A Great Nursing And Mental Health Partnership To Help Young Mothers And Families Living In Poverty.

There are thousands of “at-risk” and struggling young mothers not only living in poverty, but also dealing with everything from substance and alcohol abuse to dealing with teenage pregnancy.  This breakthrough program, which brings help out to the community,  partners a mental health worker with a nurse in the field.  The results are proving to [...]

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Dr. Regina Lark, author, “Psychic Debris, Crowded Closets: The Relationship Between What’s In Your Head And What’s Under Your Bed” Joins Us. Derreck Parks And John Davis From Safe Haven Drop In Center Joins Jennifer Whitney In Our Prop. 63 Segment!

You’ve seen Dr. Regina Lark on A&E Televisions, “Hoarders”.  But hoarding is more than not letting go of “stuff”.  Listen as Dr. Lark discusses what you should and should not do in dealing with loved ones who might be dealing with hoarding or excessive clutter issues.    Derreck Parks and John Davis talk about the [...]

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We “Forge” Ahead In Mental Health Discussions With Filmmaker Eric Lim. Amanda Lipp, NAMI California Joins Jennifer Whitney On Our Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action Segment.

The after effects of suicide for remaining loved ones are devastating.  For Eric Lim,  he set out to not only create a memorial to his beloved sister’s life,  but to help others and hopefully prevent another young life such as his sister’s from being taken.   “The Forge” in just under six minutes,  weaves a [...]

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Dr. Lynn Goodloe, A Co-Founder Of NAMI Urban Los Angeles, and Harold Turner, Outreach Director of NAMI Urban Los Angeles Talk About Services and Stigma In The Communities They Serve. Rocco Cheng, Pacific Clinics, And Research Director For Cultural Competency For Proposition 63 Funding Talks About The Importance Of Cultural Competence In Outreach and Prevention and Early Intervention.

NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness has affiliates all over the Country.  One affiliate in Los Angeles,  NAMI Urban Los Angeles,  serves the Central, Mid City, and Southern Areas of Los Angeles, an area that is traditionally underserved with services to the population.  Dr. Goodloe and Harold Turner talk about the challenges for their [...]

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Reba Stevens Shares An Inspirational Tale Of Her Journey Dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder. What Is Mental Health First Aid? Find Out As Stephanie Carlson Joins Jennifer Whitney On Our Proposition 63 Mental Health Services Action Segment.

So often, our guests single out one or two people in their life that helped bring positive change.  Reba Stevens tells her story of what a difference a Doctor made by taking the time to learn about the issues Reba dealt with, including alcohol abuse.  A great interview for physicians and people looking for stories [...]

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Returning Free Your Mind Favorite Gary Gougis Gives Us An Update On His Path to Hope, Wellness and Recovery! BART Police Chief Kenton Rainey Talks Mental Health and Law Enforcement

  Gary Gougis is a long way from New Orleans,  but it also seems like he’s a long way from the issues that he faced there and here upon his arrival in California.  Now,  Gary is helping others…but it took awhile to get to that point, and he stresses how important the many resources we [...]

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Eric Arauz Is An Author, Speaker, Advocate And An Inspiration. El Hogar Community Services Are Making a Huge Difference In Sacramento!

When Eric Arauz was 12, his father tried to kill him.  That trauma, among many others is the topic of his book,  ”An American’s Resurrection:  My Pilgrimage From Child Abuse and Mental Illness To Salvation”. Eric joined us in studio and provided what might be the most candid and emotional description of what its like [...]

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