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47 minutes | Jun 19, 2022
In this episode we chat to our guests about how they express themselves creatively and how they feel that it affects their mental health. We cover different forms of creativity, like painting, photography, crochet and sculpting. We also discuss the unexpected benefits of art for its own sake and the social bonds it can foster. You can find more from our guests here: Project ability https://www.project-ability.co.uk Plantation productions https://www.plantation.org.uk Chris's Social Media https://www.instagram.com/plantbotart/
42 minutes | Feb 6, 2022
Winter and Emotions
In this episode we explore some of the ways that the winter months affect our mental health. We discuss the importance of acknowledging your emotions, being kind to yourself, and understanding your personal body clock. You can find more from our guests here: Daryl MacDonald: https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellors/daryl-macdonald Jordan Sartor-Francis: email@example.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/sartorfrancis/episodes/Sometimes-I-Get-Sad-e1au84l
37 minutes | Nov 3, 2021
In this episode we explore the ways that social media can impact on mental health, for good and bad. We cover how it increases the potential for social connection, how it could be more accessible, and the importance of boundaries. Featuring interviews with: Luke, Amy and Hannah from Glasgow Disabilities alliance. Dr Heather Cleland Woods from Glasgow University Jennie Walker from the Mental Health Foundation. Guest Links GDA website: https://gda.scot Luke's project: https://www.instagram.com/divergentinfluencers/?hl=en Amy's Theatre group: https://www.boptheatre.co.uk/yacs/ Heather's twitter: https://twitter.com/clelandwoods?lang=en Mental Health Foundation Twitter: https://twitter.com/mhfscot
35 minutes | Aug 3, 2021
Exercise and Endurance
In this episode we speak with author Helen Douglas, Rachel Hoyes and Rebecca Strofton from TCV and psychotherapist and yoga teacher Elizabeth Walsh about their experience of long term exercise and its effect on mental health. We discuss several forms of exercise from running to gardening and how you can choose one that is the right fit for you. Guest Links Helen Douglas- www.douglasmentoring.com TCV Website- https://www.tcv.org.uk/ To find a Green Gym- https://www.tcv.org.uk/greengym/find-green-gym/ Trust me I’m a doctor https://www.tcv.org.uk/greengym/trust-me-im-a-doctor/ Evaluation: https://www.tcv.org.uk/greengym/health-benefits/green-gym-research/ Elizabeth Walsh Yoga email firstname.lastname@example.org Mindwaves Website: http://www.mindwavesnews.com
32 minutes | Feb 4, 2020
Mind Waves Podcast: Clutter Chat
Mind Waves Project Assistant Marie was lucky enough to spend an afternoon with Glasgow-based Clutter Chat, a project providing peer support for those who struggle with chronic clutter. In this episode we are in conversation with Dr Zem Moffat (de-cluttering expert, director of Insightful Moves and founder of Clutter Chat), along with group members Barbara, Fiona and Grant. In this lively, engaging and illumination discussion we explore how the things we bring into our home can impact on our wellbeing, looking at some of the following key areas: What exactly is clutter and when would it be considered an issue? The type of support available from Clutter Chat and how it works Personal perspectives on how serious clutter can affect people's everyday lives, emotions and relationships How we might help a friend or family member who struggles with clutter Practical ideas for how to keep on top of the things in our home, using a sustainable approach
22 minutes | May 16, 2019
Mind Waves Podcast Episode 4
In this episode we are in conversation with Hilda Campbell, Chief Executive of COPE Scotland. Hilda has so many inspiring things to say about how we can build a kinder society in which we ‘care over people’s emotions’. You can find out more about COPE and access their online resources at www.cope-scotland.org.
8 minutes | Nov 9, 2018
Seasons mini episode
To mark our seasons theme drawing to an end we are delighted to share a special mini edition of the Mindwaves podcast. We feature some short interviews with GAMH volunteers and participants, recorded last month at the fantastic Autumn Festival in Bellahouston Park.
23 minutes | Oct 10, 2018
We hear from Glasgow based mindfulness expert Kay Young, as well features from our Community Correspondents and feedback from our latest workshop!
18 minutes | Aug 17, 2018
The very first episode of the Mindwaves podcast, with guests Maureen Gilmour and Angela McCrimmon. We explore the challenges of making journeys with anxiety disorder, as well as featuring some fantastic new music on the theme of mental health and vulnerability.
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