4-22-17 Advance Care Planning (Radio)

Listen to previous episodes “It always seems too early, until it’s too late.” That’s the slogan of this year’s National Health Care Decisions Day. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, estate attorney and family legacy planner, Michelle Adams will share what you need to know about advance care planning so it won’t […]

12-24-16 Psychology and the Church (Radio)

Some people believe that you can’t be a Christian and embrace psychology. But on this week’s episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Psychologist, Dr. Matthew Stanford helps believers see the value of psychology when it comes to understanding mental health problems like addiction, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Brought to you by SSI Guardian on […]

10-8-16 How Corporate Bullying Saved Her Life (Radio)

LaTanisha Wright is a former big tobacco marketing executive who secretly helped public health leaders end a predatory marketing campaign and sue the Big Tobacco company that she worked for. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Ms. Wright shares how she endured corporate bullying, death threats, and a lifetime of abuse and […]

Mental Health 101 Workshop (Aurora, CO)

Do you know the signs that a person may have a mental health problem? What should you do if you suspect that mental illness is contributing to poor performance or inappropriate behavior? Participants will learn how to recognize signs of a possible mental health problem, what practical steps to take to respond to a mental […]

9-24-16 Faith and Mental Health (Radio)

Too often our faith communities believe mental illness is a moral or spiritual failure instead of a treatable illness. Rev. Susan Gregg-Schroeder, the founder of Mental Health Ministries, discusses how faith communities can help erase the stigma of mental illness and the important role a person’s spirituality can play in recovery and healing. Living Well […]

9-10-16 The Guardian of the Golden Gate Bridge (Radio)

According to former California Highway Patrol Sergeant Kevin Briggs, four to six people per month stand on the edge of the Golden Gate Bridge with the intention of committing suicide. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Sergeant Kevin Briggs explains how and why he received the nickname, “The Guardian of the Golden […]

9-3-16 The Legacy of Stephen (Radio)

Stephen Beckman was 22 years old when he jumped from the Oso Parkway Bridge in Rancho Santa Margarita, California in his second attempt to take his own life. Stephen miraculously survived for several days before he was pronounced dead and his organs harvested for donation. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Stephen’s […]

Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) Denver Workshop

Are you an adult who works with youth? Would you like to learn more about mental health issues that affect young people? Dr. Peg is teaching Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) this fall. YMHFA is for adults who work with youth, and is a groundbreaking, internationally recognized evidence-based training program committed to empowering individuals […]

8-13-16 Coping with Death and Loss (Radio)

War, terror, violence, and personal loss due to illness, aging, and tragedy…it all takes a toll. Do you know how to care for yourself and loved ones after a tragedy strikes? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, licensed therapist and psychology professor, Linda Buzogany shares information on coping with death and loss. […]

6-25-16 Coping with Anxiety Disorders

Do you suffer from debilitating anxiety? Have you started avoiding people, places, and situations because of fear of having a panic attack? Do you have friends or loved ones who have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, but you don’t know how you can help? Licensed psychologist, Dr. Michele Cooley-Strickland explains everything you always wanted […]