Mental Health Bites from BSU experts in the form of a zoom podcast where we discuss topics relevant for today’s NTC/BSU students. Meet the Student Center for Health & Counseling staff in today’s episode.
Episode 1: Introduction to MHB
Meet the staff and learn about Mental Health Bites
Episode 2: The Importance of Connection with Dr. Brenda Mack
In today’s episode, Department of Social Work Professor Dr. Brenda Mack discusses the importance of connection and relationships.
Episode 3: Ojibwe Culture with Anne Humphrey
In today’s episode, we talk about Ojibwe Culture and mental health with BSU American Indian Resource Center’s Anne Humphrey.
Episode 4: Disability Talk with Dr. Dirth
Meet BSU’s Psychology Professor Dr. Dirth, who shares perspective of disabilities and mental health.
Episode 5: Sex and Relationships with Jenn Fraik
Today, nurse practitioner Jenn Fraik shares tips about sex and relationships and constructive communication.
Episode 6: Meds and Me with Nurse Kristi
Nurse Kristi describes several things she wants every college student to know for preparing for the medical appointment.
Episode 7: Emotions 101 with Dr. Sarah Cronin
Dr. Sarah Cronin, Licensed Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychology at BSU, gives us the basics of Emotions and how to manage the big ones.
Episode 8: Men, Mental Health + Stigma with Dr. Brian Paramore
Dr. Brian Paramore shares thoughts and statistics and helpful tips about the topic of Men and Mental Health and the stigma that sometimes prevents needed services.
Episode 9: Emotional Support Animals with Dr. Angela Fournier
Dr. Angela Fournier, a Licensed Psychologist, shares her expertise on animals and what current research says about animals and human interaction for emotions.
Episode 10: Physical Wellness in a Time of COVID with Mark Morrissey
BSU’s Assistant Director of Campus Recreation and Outdoor Program Center, Mark Morrissey, gives ideas of pursuing physical wellness in a time of COVID.
Episode 11: Music and Mental Health with Dr. Lowery and Professor Webber
Listen to BSU’s Dr. Lowery and Professor Webber share about the positive impact of music on mental health.
Episode 12: The Social Identity Approach with Dr. Thomas Dirth
In today’s episode, we have a returning guest speaker, please welcome Dr. Thomas Dirth, who will be sharing about the social identity approach.
Episode 13: Spirituality and Mental Health + Marginalized Populations with Pastor Emily Papke-Larson
Meet the Lutheran Campus Ministry’s Pastor Emily Papke-Larson, who explores the impact of spirituality and mental health and for marginalized populations.
Episode 14: Eco Anxiety with Jordan Lutz
Jordan Lutz, BSU Sustainability Project Manager, emphasizes the importance of the environment in holistic wellness.