Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Sheila Hamilton is an author, advocate and radio host. Her book, All the Things We Never Knew, Chasing the Chaos of Mental Illness is an Amazon bestseller. She is a five-time Emmy award winning journalist and hosts the podcast Beyond Well, a program for people interested in learning more about our interior lives, emotional health and self-care. Co-hosts are Dr. Jim Polo and Dr. Jenna LeJeune


May 31, 2021

Logan Lynn is an American musician, writer, producer, filmmaker, television personality, mental health advocate, and LGBT activist.

Since 1998 he has released nine studio albums and became the spokesperson for the .gay domain. Lynn's childhood was scarred by sexual abuse and trauma and by his early teens, Lynn turned...

May 24, 2021

Fawn Preston and Angel Prater founded AWARE Consulting Group to help people and organizations offer truly trauma informed approaches to service delivery and crisis intervention. Every time we make a decision, interpret a conversation, or close a business deal, we are doing it through our own lens of trauma. Learning...

May 17, 2021

As kids make their way back to in person learning, there is trepidation and fear among those kids who were the subject of bullying. Dr. James Polo offers a different perspective, "We will never end bullying. It is imbedded in the social construct that some people will use cruelty and teasing to improve their...

May 10, 2021

Entertainers were hit particularly hard during the pandemic. If you make your living in front of people, your income and your profession were put on hold. Storm Large dealt with the isolation and loneliness of the pandemic with honesty, vulnerability and a difficult question, "If I'm not performing in front of thousands...

May 3, 2021

It is a lot easier to be angry at someone than to tell them you are hurt. Anger is a readily accessible emotion and its impact on our bodies and our societies is evident, especially in a year of stress, uncertainty and social tension. 

Dr. Jim Polo talks about how to recognize, moderate and manage anger.