Nationwide Call for Mental Health Experts in Crisis Response

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After the killing of George Floyd, demands for law enforcement reform were shooting up each new day. Recently, several Los Angeles city council members proposed a new emergency-response model that highlights the use of expert mental health & substance abuse issues professionals rather than armed policemen in handling nonviolent emergency calls. Los Angeles as a … Read more

Racism, Virus and Mental Health- Triple Threat for Minority Groups

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At this very moment, the Black community is being shattered not only by tragic losses from epidemic COVID-19, but through violence brought by negative experiences with police and systems of authority. People of color are being burdened with stressors that leave a long-term impact on a structural, interpersonal and individual level. Wealth differences between non-white … Read more

Mental Health Crisis: The Second Wave of COVID-19 Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic is gearing up for the second round when people are still dealing with the aftereffects of the Coronavirus quarantine.  COVID-19 has stopped the world in its tracks. The respective governments around the world issued stay-at-home orders that entail avoiding physical touch, social gatherings, or simply helping someone in need, which goes against … Read more

3 Ways to Be Courageous During the COVID-19 Pandemic

“Courage is not the absence of fear. It’s the ability to take action despite your fear.” I talk to and work with many people, and the most common thing that I discovered to get in their life’s way of success is- Fear. The most effective way to overcome fear, which I tell my clients is … Read more

5 Important Tips For Coaches, Teachers & Instructors During COVID-19

The lockdown and social distancing enforced due to the COVID-19 pandemic has presented unforeseen challenges to the sports community. This global pandemic has made it difficult for coaches, teachers, and instructors to play their professional roles. There has been limited access to training facilities, events have been canceled, and athletes are confined at their respective … Read more

How To Keep The Kids Active When They Are Home All Day

Schools across the country have been shut down, and all kid’s sports have been abandoned for now to stop the spread of the novel Coronavirus. Parents and kids are gradually adjusting to a new routine and trying to do their best to make the most of their new normal. However, with such short notice, many … Read more

Top 5 Tips for Athletes to Stay Motivated During COVID 19

The current COVID-19 situation has brought the world to its knees. Borders are sealed, and travel is banned, leading to the postponement of all major sporting events. The outbreak has undoubtedly been stressful for people in general. The fear and anxiety related to the disease can be overwhelming and cause strong negative emotions in adults … Read more

Ultrarunner, life coach, and Advocate for 22 to many, Charity for Veterans and their families affected by PTSD from Kirby Scott Ingles

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Kirby Scott Ingles is a Certified Professional Coach & Speaker, Podcaster, Ultra Runner, Veteran, & Advocate. Kirby discusses using running to overcome injury modifications to adjust to the challenging sport of Ultra Running. He has since taken… You can listen to the full episode here