We are excited to introduce you to Mental Note
, our brand new ERC podcast that highlights both the work and the beauty of mental health recovery. Our stories will span a variety of mental illness struggles and we will introduce you to relatable personalities with in-depth conversations into how they chose health amidst daunting illnesses. At the end of it all, we will provide hope that recovery is possible—and worth it.
Meet the Host!
Ellie is a joyful gal who loves to spend time traveling, doing yoga, painting, and meeting new people. She spends her days working with patients, alumni and families of Eating Recovery Center and Insight Behavioral Health. In addition, she is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Adjunct Professor. Ellie is curious about the world and people’s stories, and is excited to bring them to you through this podcast!
Check out our preview
Press “Play” below to hear our trailer:
Our First Episode is Now Available!
Meet Nicole and get to know her through some snapshots! Her story is featured on the first Mental Note podcast episode and she's sure to inspire hope for anyone's life journey.
Episode 3 - Drag Queen Wisdom
Episode 2 - At Any Age
Kelli's life seemed perfect from the outside : mother of two, active in church, a successful career, and loving husband. However, her story is a little more complicated than that. Listen below to hear more.
Life for someone like Eric Dorsa can look pretty fabulous. He’s one of San Antonio's hottest drag queens, his TED talk has been viewed over 240,000 times, and he has a host of people who love and support him daily.
Yet, getting to this place proved far from easy. Along the way he had to grapple with a life threatening eating disorder, drug and alcohol abuse, and an underlying self hatred that continually thwarted the life he longed to live.
More Episodes are Now Available!
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