SDC Youthology Podcast
Episode 1: Let’s Talk Mental Health
Talking about mental health is not always easy. How do you approach others when discussing mental health or asking for help? How do you spot symptoms of depression in your friends or even in yourself? In this podcast episode, SDC’s Youth Advisory Board discuss mental health, seasonal depression, their experiences, what resources have helped them and more.
Helping Yourself Can Also Help Others
Mental health conditions are not uncommon and shouldn’t be scary. In Let’s Talk Mental Health, SDC Youth Advisory Board members Carlos, Clarke, Lilli, and Ari discuss being teens and dealing with mental health. Listen as they discuss their journeys navigating their own mental health and also how they see it being depicted in society.
- Stigmas surrounding mental health
- Mental health signs in friends
- Mental health and social media
- Mental health treatment and resources
- 5 Senses Grounding Technique
Hosts & Guests
SDC Youth Advisory Board Members:
Meet the Social Development Commission (SDC)’s Community Health Educator Jesse Vail: How long have you worked at SDC? I have worked at SDC for three months. What do you do at SDC? I am a Community Health Educator. What motivates you? Why do you do this work? Knowing...
The Social Development Commission (SDC)'s 2022 Youth Empowerment Summit was a huge success. Check out the photos and video recaps from the Summit below. Over 200 youth, parents and schools collaborated virtually and in person at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee during the...
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