HTP Episode 112 – Bekah George

Bekah George is a life coach and therapist.  She comes to Hungry Trilobyte to share her experience with mental health care at Shear Visions Coaching.  She and I get into the specifics of why it is so difficult to discuss mental health care in our culture, and how we can make it easier to approach care.  We get into the specifics of what separates a therapist from a coach, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of taking a faith-based approach.

The chat I had with Bekah is the first part of a series I’m calling #Fans4Healing.  This is a project that examines how living in a fandom has helped people with depression, anxiety, and other mental health struggles.

You can follow and contact Bekah on Facebook and Instagram

Be sure to track #Fans4Healing on Twitter!

 

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HTP Episode 111 – Jason Pollock

Jason Pollock, host of the It’s Me Jason podcast, gets together with me to swap stories of how fandom has built its own cultures. He has some great insights into stand-up, and even rolled one of his bits into a coloring book titled “The Fly That Refused to Die“. When we hit talk of MST3K, I recount to him the story of how Jackey Raye Neyman Jones rediscovered Manos (as she tells in her book) and I challenge Jason to watch Manos Returns, directed by Tonjia Atomic.

Be sure to follow Jason on his Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok accounts!

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