An OCD Story for Families

Do you have a “worry wart” or a sensitive kid? Marin Canaday was given these descriptions when she was a child, but it wasn’t until motherhood that she was formally diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. In this episode, Marin shares about her...

How Does Your Career Impact Your Wellness?

Your career is one of the central aspects of your adult life. If you love it, you’re probably feeling great, but if you’re missing one of the “career factors,” your overall wellness might be suffering. And if you’re depressed or anxious...

Addictions in Young People

Substance abuse and other addictions can hit any family at any time. Do you know the warning signs you might miss with the young people in your life? Rick Capriola is a Licensed Addiction Counselor out of Texas and the author of The Addicted Child: A Parent’s...

Connecting Churches and Therapists

How can churches and therapists connect in ways that are mutually beneficial for the people they both serve? What’s the difference between pastoral and clinical counseling anyway? And what’s so important about therapists bringing faith into the counseling...

Is it Anxiety? or OCD?

It’s normal to have worries and even seasons when we feel more anxious. But sometimes a pattern of anxiety reaches a clinical level. On top of that, some anxiety is actually Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Therapist Carrie Bock is here to help us understand the...

Are You a Mess or a Masterpiece?

A panic attack as a young mom led Andrea Nyberg to realize that she had been struggling with anxiety and depression for a long time. Now she uses her experiences to help women understand that there is hope and that they are not alone. Andrea’s book I’m...

Faith, Mental Health, and People of Color

What do Christians need to know about mental health for our brothers and sisters of color? Do issues of mental health affect you differently if you’re not part of the dominant culture? Our guest today is passionate about helping therapists and lay-people develop...

How to Suffer Well

Even if we know the Bible says our Christian lives will involve suffering, we still seem to be surprised when it happens to us. Whether you’ve suffered physically, emotionally, or spiritually, you may have asked God some big questions.Karis Meier didn’t...

Coaching for Health and Freedom

You’ve been bombarded by programs offering you quick results to make you “healthy” this post-holiday season. But Christian health coach Kate Muesing is certain that God cares more about your heart getting free than having you following one more...

What is Spoon Theory?

If you have any of the so-called “invisible illnesses,” you know that it’s hard to explain to others how you must budget your energy for every day tasks and activities. Since having a stroke in November 2022, Ann has a new appreciation for the...