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The Spin Cycle–Episode 019

Abs – May 9, 2019

In this episode, Abs and Mags are joined by licensed mental health counselor Shiri Macri who is an expert in meditation and mindfulness based stress reduction(MBSR). Shiri explains how meditation affects the brain, including how it can reduce anxiety and tells us how to begin a meditation practice. She also shares her own story as both a breast cancer survivor and Anxiety Sister.

The Spin Cycle–Episode 018

Abs – April 8, 2019

In this episode, Jeff Fink, Founder of Go Fetch Wellness, drops by for a chat about his own experience with persistent mental illness and how getting his Golden Retriever, Earl, started him on a path to healing. We also talk about Jeff's mission to educate about and advocate for the integration of animals into mainstream mental health treatments and what you can do if you are interested in getting involved.

The Spin Cycle–Episode 017

Abs – March 5, 2019

We all know how hard it can be to find the right medication and the right dosage to treat depression(and anxiety)--in fact, for many of us, the whole process can take years to get it right. In this fascinating episode, Dr. Sagar Parikh, professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center, talks with Abs and Mags about a recent study he conducted on using genetic testing to allow doctors to personalize the prescription process, thus making it easier for doctors to "get it right" more quickly (and with much less suffering for the patient). Joining the conversation is Carmala Walgren, Depression Sister for 50 years!! who believes using GeneSight, one of the available pharmacogenetic tests, has literally saved her life.

The Spin Cycle–Episode 016

Abs – February 14, 2019

In this episode, Abs and Mags chat with Jessie Gill, RN--aka, the Marijuana Mommy--about all things cannabis including CBD oil. We cover everything you've always wanted to know about how marijuana and/or CBD can help with anxiety, depression and chronic pain.

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