Your Mind Matters with Dr. Christine

By Pacifica Labs, Inc.

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Description

Your mental health related questions answered by Pacifica's psychologist, Dr. Christine. On this call-in judgement-free advice show we'll discuss things like anxiety, depression, stress, relationships, therapy, and more. Our goal is to empower individuals to live well by better understanding themselves and connecting with others who share their struggles. We might even have a laugh or two.

Episode Date
Anxiety, College, Brain Fog, and Cannabis
31:45

In this week's episode we discuss high profile celebrity suicides and how we can support those around us. Our questions cover topics including how to deal with anxious thoughts about performance, adjusting to college, coping with brain fog, and cannabis.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553

Check out the Pacifica app at www.thinkpacifica.com

Follow us on instagram: @yourmindmatterspodcast

 

 

Jun 23, 2018
Whitney Cummings Talks Social Media, Recovery, and Activism
26:46

This week we have a special guest host: comedian, author, producer and generally awesome human, Whitney Cummings. She'll share insights from her own mental health journey around social media and self-esteem, coping with panic attacks while in recovery, and how we can get involved to improve health care in the U.S.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553

Your Mind Matters is brought to you by Pacifica, the award-winning app to help you manage stress, anxiety, and depression: www.thinkpacifica.com

Follow us on instagram: @yourmindmatterspodcast

 

 

 

Jun 09, 2018
How to Share Your Struggles and Support Others Who Need It
24:12

In our first themed episode, we cover the topic of how to open up to others when you're struggling, especially significant others. We also discuss how to help others who might be having mental health challenges, and whether or not we can ever really understand someone else's journey.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553

Check out the Pacifica app at www.thinkpacifica.com

Follow us on instagram: @yourmindmatterspodcast

 

May 27, 2018
Coffee, Stopping Thoughts, and Morning Dread
22:00

On this week's episode we discuss coffee, depersonalization, and staying motivated when you feel dread in the morning. We also talk about how to relax and turn off your brain (spoiler alert: you can't) and when to seek professional help.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553

Check out the Pacifica app at www.thinkpacifica.com

Follow us on instagram: @yourmindmatterspodcast

May 16, 2018
Co-dependency, Assertive Communication, Generalized Anxiety, and Boundaries
33:02

On this week’s episode, in addition to generalized anxiety, we focus on interpersonal issues: assertive communication, boundaries, and co-dependence are all covered.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553.

Check out the Pacifica app at www.thinkpacifica.com

Follow us on instagram: @yourmindmatterspodcast

May 01, 2018
Self-stigma, Facing Your Fears, and the Creativity Link
24:06

In this week’s episode we discuss self-stigma around depression, how to face fears, and the link between creativity and mental illness. We'll also cover how to talk to your doctor about mental health concerns.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553.

Check out the Pacifica app at www.thinkpacifica.com

 

Apr 21, 2018
Trusting Your Partner, Tracking Thoughts, and Decision Paralysis
32:57

In this week’s episode we discuss Chris’ pronunciation of the word “bag”, how to rebuild trust after an affair, how to identify our thoughts, and speak about decision paralysis. We’ll also cover expectations and comparisons and how they can affect us.

 Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553.

Apr 03, 2018
Self-Care, Depression, & Paper Bags
25:31

In episode 1, we introduce ourselves and the goals for our podcast. Topics include how to practice self-care, motivate ourselves through depression, set boundaries, and we discuss the value of paper bags for panic attacks.

Call us with your questions for future episodes: 415-855-0553.

Mar 25, 2018