We had the pleasure of joining Allison Walsh and Dr. Angela Philips on their podcast Dear Mind, You Matter. We sat down to chat about our why behind Dear Chiefs Podcast and loving and supporting our firefighters and all first responders.
It's important to recognize the significance of station life vs home life. We often we think our first responders should just be able to leave it at the door when they come home. It's not that simple. Listen in as we share our thoughts on our households and how we cope and help our first responder transition a little better on re entry. We're grateful for the opportunity to continue to shine a light on first responders, mental health and supporting families through the journey.
Dear Mind, You Matter is an ongoing conversation with mental health experts and other specialists to demystify mental health conditions, treatment options, and what you can do to take better care of your mental health. Hosted by Allison Walsh, a long-time mental health advocate and Vice President of Business Development, and Dr. Angela Phillips, Clinical Product Manager for Advanced Recovery Systems, the podcast aims to put mental health tools and resources into the hands of as many people as possible so that everyone is empowered to take good care of their mental and emotional wellbeing. Dear Mind, You Matter is brought to you by NOBU, a new mental health, and wellness app.