Welcome to the official podcast of NAMI Orange County! Each week we'll explore important mental health topics including therapy, anxiety, depression, identity, sensitivity, racial trauma, body positivity, and more!
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This episode we begin the discussion about the importance of self care. We want to give you all some background in our journeys and how self care plays a significant part in our lives. This is the start of a multi episode series on a adventure we we... more
We are back! After a long couple weeks with COVID i am back and recording another episode for you all. This week we talk about how the walk went, Thanksgiving and the holidays, and go in depth in the different programs NAMI OC has to offer.
This episode we discuss our upcoming NAMIWalk on November 20th. Steve and Craig break down a little bit of the history and importance of this event. We appreciate you listening and hope we will see you at the walk.
Hello! My name is Ken. As a fellow podcaster, I know how important reviews can be to creators like us. That’s why, in the spirit of the season, I’ve decided to give your podcast 5 stars. If you’re also feeling in a giving mood, feel free to review mine as well! It’s called PRRP, which stands for Podcast Reviews Reviews Podcast. (It’s a podcast that reviews the reviews of its podcast.) Happy holidays!
A big thank you to NAMI OC for hosting an amazing and critical podcast series, It's okay to feel. Their team of experts provide a safe, stigma- free space for listeners to share their stories and gain insight about mental health issues facing our youth today such as eating disorders, anxiety, body image, setting boundaries, showing up for others, and self-care. These powerful podcasts not only give viewers permission to feel, but also provide important resources on what to do and where to go for... more
A big thank you to NAMI OC for hosting an amazing and critical podcast series, It's okay to feel. Their team of experts provides a safe, stigma-free space for listeners to share their stories and gain insight about mental health issues facing our youth today such as eating disorders, anxiety, body image, setting boundaries, showing up for others, and self-care. These powerful podcasts not only give viewers permission to feel but also provide important resources on what to do and where to go for ... more
An informative podcast which explores mental health from different perspectives from various guests. There is good info on how to help yourself in each episode.
Listening to “It’s Okay to Feel” makes me feel like I’m not alone in my anxieties or my emotions. It validates everything I have experienced in my mental health journey and every day life and helps to reduce the stigma around talking about your feelings! I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to feel heard or is interested in mental health.
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It's Okay To Feel launched a year ago and published 37 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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