Mental Health Month - This year feels different! Hosts Brian and Tracy will talk about why this month has been such an overwhelmingly successful observance, and it isn't over yet! They will review and discuss local and national mental health happenings and news items.
Donna Saul, Judy Jurgaitis, and Sarina Rizzo talked nothing ventured, nothing gained, the illusion of safety in immobility or by playing it safe, and the five lessons Shark Tank teaches us.
Donna Saul, Sarina Rizzo and Robyn Achey talked about taking baby steps to build courage, bravery and self-confidence, and how to take bigger risks to achieve your dreams.
This week, nothing ventured; nothing gained. Donna Saul, Sarina Rizzo, and Eagle Skyfire talked standing up for yourself in relationships, having difficult conversations and taking big risks.
Compeer Chester County - Compeer is an international non-profit that uses the power of friendship to support individuals who have mental illness. The program matches trained adult volunteers with people using mental health services. We’ll talk with a volunteer from Chester County Compeer and learn how this model benefits all involved.
Donna Saul, Cari Heumann, and Sarina Rizzo talked how to build back a sense of community and how raising a child takes a village.
Constance McBride interview with artists Pia Di Girolamo and Laurel Termini about their collaboration and exhibition “Pandemic Flowers: A Bicoastal Conversation” on view at Da Vinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia.
Donna Saul, Sarina Rizzo, and Robyn Achey talked Old School re-imagined, exploring values, and new models of community, and how we best interact with all of these to move ourselves and our communities forward.
Donna Saul, Eagle Skyfire, and Sarina Rizzo talked about how to recognize toxic behavior within society, treating others with respect, and the Flow of the River.
Chester County NAMI - The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots organization dedicated to supporting families impacted by mental health conditions. Chester County’s new NAMI Chapter launched in January of this year, and we’ll talk about the organization’s start and how it will be supporting local families.
Donna Saul, Sarina Rizzo, and Judy Jurgaitis talked what Covid taught us about personal space, how to identify your attachment style in relation to personal space, and how standing your ground in relationships is now more important than ever.
Donna Saul, Robyn Achey, and Sarina Rizzo talked what animals and nature teach us about space in relationships.
Donna Saul, Eagle Skyfire and Sarina Rizzo talked about solitude and silence as a spiritual practice, the benefits of being alone, overcoming the fear, and healthy ways to practice being by yourself.
Donna Saul and Cari Heuman discuss social injustice pertaining to weight discrimination and stigma.
Join Lauren Beachy and Sarina Rizzo as they discuss the famous horror movie trope of Final Girls making a comeback in contemporary fiction.
Donna Saul, Robyn Achey, and Sarina Rizzo discuss how taking steps toward a plant-based path can heal different aspects of social injustice.
Today on Fresh Perspective, Donna Saul and Eagle Skyfire interviewed two guests on different aspects of social injustice.
Constance McBride interviews Kenny White and Gabrielle Goodman White about happenings at the City Arts Salon gallery in Phila.Pa
Chester County's New Crisis Response Plan - With the nation-wide implementation of the new 988 calling code for mental health emergencies last summer, Chester County began to develop a plan for a more comprehensive, effective, and accessible crisis response system for residents. We’ll talk to one of the key planners for updates.
Donna Saul, Judy Jurgaitis and Sarina Rizzo talked about environmental sustainability and how simple acts of environmental responsibility can have maximum impact on caring for our Earth.
Donna Saul talked to Amelia Rayburn of the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County about signs of domestic violence and how to best support someone experiencing this type of violence.
Donna Saul, Robyn Achey, and Sarina Rizzo talked investing in our planet - what being a tree hugger really means, environmental stewardship, and the risks of deforestation.