CPR Unplugged

Exploring Mental Health through perspectives and experiences. Real people, real stories. Hope, resilience, and inspiration. WEEKLY EPISODES AIRING EVERY MONDAY!!
Jul 13th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:02 am

Living through a global pandemic is not something that most people had planned for, and coping with all the changes and stressors associated with it has not been easy. In this special episode Dr. Weinberg talks about how to prepare yourself mentally to best cope with a changed world.

May 25th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

In this episode the CPR Unplugged team had the opportunity to catch up with CPR's Chief Clinical Officer. Amy talks about her journey in behavioral health and what led her to finding her true passion: Caring for first responders and their families.

May 18th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

In this episode of CPR unplugged Marie discusses how her own personal struggles motivated her to become a therapist and how her profession helped her realize an universal truth: Nobody is equipped to master all of life's challenges, but there will always be someone out there able to help you overcome them...

May 11th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

In this episode CPR's Deputy CEO, Drew McSherry joins the Podcast team to discuss his professional journey and the fortuitous events that led to his involvement in one of the most successful Behavioral Health companies in Arizona.  

May 4th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

Motherhood is often portrayed in society as a period of joy and happiness, and while that may be true for many, it is also a period of sleep deprivation, major life shifts, and potentially high levels of anxiety and depression. In this episode, Jena talks honestly about her silent struggle with postpartum depression and how reaching out for help allowed her to get back on track, shed unrealistic expectations of motherhood, and learn to enjoy the imperfect happiness that life with a baby can bring along.

Apr 27th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

Published author and licensed professional counselor Kim DuBois discusses the importance of positive self talk and gives practical examples of how it can make a tremendous impact on our emotional wellbeing and internal experience. Her new book “Find your words, words to transform your life” can be found on Amazon or at her website: https://www.kimberlydubois.com/

 

Apr 20th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

When Seth found himself on the brink, facing homeless, addiction, and experiencing a distorted reality as a consequence of substance use, he found the strength to seek help and rebuild his life from the ground up. From finding purpose, to finding faith, to finding a passion for helping others overcome their own addictions in his current job at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility, Seth inspires others to overcome...

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Apr 13th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:00 am

In this episode co-hosts Jess and Laura have a heart to heart about the pitfalls and benefits of a common human tendency, that of judging others...

Apr 8th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 6:44 am

As the COVID-19 pandemic grips the country, our hosts discuss their internal experiences as they try to cope with the stress and uncertainty of this moment.

Apr 6th, 2020 by cprpodcast at 7:39 am

Faced with a cancer diagnosis, a grueling treatment regimen, and an uncertain future, Jane discovered a simple truth: The battle to defeat cancer is both physical and mental...