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March 17, 2023:
    There are a lot of studies on how podcasting can benefit listeners when it comes to their mental wellness, but this isn’t the case when it comes to the mental health issues podcasting can cause the creators behind the podcasts. And that’s more than a little disconcerting. A bonus episode of Pod Chat - Insights and Trends from Podcast Experts drops today.
February 28, 2023:
    Latina-hosted and Latine-produced The Pulso Podcast returns for a new season today, starting with a two-part series on Latina beauty standards, where they stemmed from, and how they show up in modern life. Past episodes have covered parenthood, mental health, environmental justice, gender equality, grief and loss, and food origins.
December 20, 2022:
    Mental health podcast The Imperfects has signed with ARN's iHeartPodcast Network Australia for a further two years. It's a top ten podcast, and in 2023 the show is also touring Australia.
December 14, 2022:
    The Journal., a podcast from the Wall Street Journal and Gimlet, has premiered the special miniseries “Uncontrolled Substances: The Cerebral Story” - examining the story of how a buzzy Silicon Valley start-up, Cerebral, tried to fix the mental healthcare industry and how it spun out of control. A four-episode miniseries, it comes out weekly every Friday.
December 5, 2022:
    Charm Words Español: Afirmaciones Diarias Para Niños launches today - the first-ever Spanish-language daily affirmations podcast for children. The podcast offers family-friendly, psychologist-approved daily positive affirmations meant to teach children mental health and self-awareness tools such as combating negative thoughts, self-esteem, conflict resolution, and more.
December 1, 2022:
    The latest episode of Therapy Works with Julia Samuel MBE has Alastair Campbell from The Rest is Politics as a guest, talking about his battle with depression, and the pain of his son's alcoholism. The show is the #1 mental health podcast in the UK, and was launched in October.
October 19, 2022:
September 13, 2022:
    All-female podcast company Adalyst Media has added Struggle Care to the company's podcast roster. The podcast, hosted by KC Davis, shares a revolutionary approach to self and home care for those dealing with mental health, physical illness, and hard seasons of life.
June 16, 2022:
    Justaposition is new today from Audacy's Cadence13 and UTA, featuring Hyram Yarbro, a TikTok and YouTube star. Hyram will explore issues including mental health, navigating the complex world of social media, vulnerability, how to make a positive social impact, and skin care. The show will also be available on YouTube.
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April 29, 2022:
    From Acast: Kasich & Klepper features two rather different people - John Kasich, former Governor of Ohio and 2016 Republican presidential candidate; and Jordan Klepper, a liberal comedian best known for his viral videos interviewing MAGA supporters for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. In this weekly talk show podcast, the pair will come together to scream their differing political opinions at each other for an hour… just kidding. They’ll dive into conversations about parenting, leadership, pop culture, mental health, and more — all with a good sense of humor and a whole lot of jokes at each other’s expense.
April 28, 2022:
    Mood Ring is new from APM Studios today - a new weekly podcast from author and journalist Anna Borges, it launches just ahead of Mental Health Awareness Month, and shares practical and creative ways to improve our lives, with each episode focusing on one new way we can cope with our feelings, our baggage, or the world around us.
March 18, 2022:
    Harry and Meghan's Archewell Audio is getting ready to launch a new show on Spotify: and given some clues as to why there have been delays. A spokesperson for Archewell Audio has told Podnews that they've been having conversations with Spotify about trust and safety, minimising the spread of misinformation and supporting transparency. They've had a number of meetings with the company - including their senior leadership - stressing a responsibility for quality, fact-based information, especially around mental health. Those meetings appear to have gone well; and so Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is now on track to launch her first podcast series this summer.
February 11, 2022:
    The Big Silence is part of a new charitable organisation and content platform, The Big Silence Foundation, which is dedicated to normalising conversations around mental health issues by providing resources and support to anyone directly or indirectly impacted by mental illness. Hosted by Karena Dawn, it launched this week.
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January 5, 2022:
    BetterHelp might be the world's biggest podcast advertiser, but it's not run its own podcast before, with licensed therapists as hosts. Getting Better: Stories of Mental Health is hsoted by Micheline Maalouf and Nadia Addesi, and talks to people like Chris Bosh, Ian Somerhalder, and Meghan Trainor about their mental health journies. Produced by Cloud10, it launches today. - read more
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July 29, 2021:
    Malpraktis Universiti launched yesterday: the first fiction thriller podcast in the Malay language. A remotely produced podcast, it highlights mental health issues faced by the local student population and subtly calls out government ineptitude in managing the COVID crisis. It was produced by ZAG Podcasts in Kuala Lumpur.
July 12, 2021:
July 2, 2021:
    Double Elvis and tie-dye pioneer Rit Dye are raising awareness for mental health, inspired by Janis Joplin, who is profiled in the latest season of 27 Club, a podcast that explores the complex stories of some of the greatest musicians in history who lost their lives at the age of 27. They're selling an exclusive tie-dye t-shirt kit, and proceeds (and a donation) will go to the non-profit mental health movement TWLOHA. Go buy the t-shirt: there are only 27 available.
May 21, 2021:

Thank you to Double Elvis Productions for becoming our latest supporter. Double Elvis creates podcasts and experiences for those who can’t resist the rebel yell, like Here Comes The Break, a groundbreaking podcast sparking real conversations about creativity, mental health, friendship, family, hope, and music. We're grateful for its support, which funds our independent journalism. You can support us too.

May 11, 2021:
April 9, 2021:
    Bryony Gordon's Mad World is back for a third season. The show explores mental health and wellbeing, and will feature a number of UK guests, including presenter Fearne Cotton and Booker prize winner Douglas Stuart.
February 26, 2021:
    The Influential Women Podcast celebrates their four year anniversary on International Womens Day. Lockdown guests included trauma and anxiety counsellors, a former prisoner on capitivity and a mindfulness Buddhist coach on the power of walking outdoors and other mental health initiatives.
February 22, 2021:
January 4, 2021:
    Revamped by Stabl for a new season, Normal Not Normal is hosted by Harry Potter Weasley twins James and Oliver Phelps. Expect behind-the-scenes Potter revelations; outrageous rants; and frank conversations about mental health.
November 25, 2020:
    As lockdown 2.0 endures in the UK, the mental health crisis faces another huge challenge. Writer and actor Shaun Nolan has created a new podcast, What I’m Grateful for Today, which highlights the importance of gratitude in these uncertain times. The podcast has a different guest each week, discussing three things they’re grateful for right now.
November 13, 2020:
    Podbean have announced Podcast Wellness Week, a week of daily panels and speakers about mental health, meditation and a positive mindset from November 30 to December 4. The event is free to watch live.
September 21, 2020:
September 2, 2020:
    New from the Ramsey Network is The Dr. John Delony Show, a show that "provides real talk about life, relationships and mental health challenges". It'll come out three times a week.
July 23, 2020:
    Generation Z (people born in and after 1997) are the most ethnically and racially diverse American generation yet. The San Diego Union-Tribune has produced Hello Gen Z, a guide to what they think and what they want, and their views on racial justice, culture, politics, mental health, and the virtual reality they keep reinventing. It's released today.
June 17, 2020:
    Google Podcasts' "subscribe" links occasionally change, if the system finds a better RSS feed to use - and that can break your existing links. The Urbanista 2.0 podcast's website, over here - a mental health podcast in Portuguese, focusing on a more meaningful life - has a brilliantly clever and simple idea for linking to Google Podcasts... link to a search instead. Allow us to steal that (we messed something up with our feed the other day, so our normal link doesn't currently work).
May 21, 2020:
    NHS Kind to Your Mind, a podcast focusing on mental health, has been released by Voiceworks. The episodes include former Premier League footballer Andy Cole, and are designed to help keyworkers and their wider family with mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
March 24, 2020:
    Pandemic Check In is a podcast to help us all cope, trade tips, and check in with one another. Featuring mental health professionals from Brooklyn Minds, it describes itself as an old-fashioned call-in show. (Western Sound / Anchor)
March 11, 2020:
November 13, 2019:
    Overshare is "like a private group chat, gone public." It promises no BS conversation about everything from sex and relationships to mental health. (Mamamia)
May 16, 2019:
    No, Really, I'm Fine coincides with Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK, and is a brand new mental health podcast which sheds a light on peoples’ daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you’re not alone. (Reach plc / Acast)
March 13, 2019:
    Who cares about Ross and Patrick? features a newly married couple discussing topics "as broad as sobriety, mental health, wellness, New York City, comedy, pop culture, politics, sex and sexuality, and polyamory." Maybe relevant: it's #197 in the comedy podcast chart for Saudi Arabia. (Blubrry)
February 1, 2019:
    All Inclusive, from the Ruderman Family Foundation, focuses on topics of advocacy and innovation relating to disability. Recent episodes include discussion of a mental health crisis for college students, and the dangers of contact sports. (Libsyn)
January 3, 2019:
    Kanye West has said that he's "spoken with Joe Rogan and a podcast is coming soon". The musician had been complaining that the media didn't want a serious interview about mental health issues. While The Joe Rogan Experience is arguably already big enough, this event has the capability to get this podcast, and podcasting, into showbiz news reporting across the world.
December 18, 2018:
November 27, 2018:
    REAL Talk features the real-life experiences of high profile people and their unexpected journeys with mental health, despite a seemingly ‘perfect’ external life, and aims to transform the mental health conversation in each personal and moving episode. The latest episode features Australian TV personality Osher Günsberg's journey out of alcoholism and relationship with medication. (Heart On My Sleeve Movement / NOVA Entertainment / Acast)
October 31, 2018:
    The CBC have announced season two of Other People's Problems. "Normally, therapy sessions are totally confidential — but this podcast opens the doors. Hillary McBride and her clients want to help demystify mental health. No actors. No auditions. No artifice. These are real-life therapy sessions. This is what people really sound like when they talk about traumatic births, turbulent divorces and tough childhoods."
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