Our Turn to Talk w/Anastasia Vlasova
Season 1 of Our Turn to Talk is presented by This Is My Brave, Inc. (TIMB) - a national nonprofit whose vision is to one day live in a world where we don’t have to call it “brave” to talk openly about mental illness. Join host Anastasia Vlasova, former TIMB Intern, as she has raw, honest conversations with TIMB participants and takes a deeper look into the current state of young people’s mental health. TIMB believes that #StorytellingSavesLives, and we hope that this podcast becomes the catalyst for you to find your stage - whatever that may be - and empowers you to Be Brave in your own conversations surrounding mental health.
Season 1 of Our Turn to Talk is produced by Principle Pictures in partnership with This Is My Brave, Inc. The podcast includes content from the WETA Well Beings Youth Mental Health Project. This season is made possible by generous donations from The Hershey Company, The Hollister Confidence FUND, Rose-Marie van Otterloo, The Risa Fund, and a dedicated anonymous donor.
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