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Mind Tap
Fridays @ 7:35 a.m.

Archived Mind Tap Episodes

Mind Tap is a student produced radio series that investigates locally important mental health topics. Spearheaded by Rhesa Ledbetter, a Professor of Biology at Idaho State University, Mind Tap is co-hosted by Scott Greeves, Jessica Whitaker-Fornek and Christian Powell.

 

Mental health is important. We all have mental health, good, bad or something in-between.  It’s an avoidable and sometimes beautiful part of the human experience, which is intrinsically linked with our personalities and lives. However, mental health is diverse and can be exceptionally challenging. In much of western society, mental health is still not easy to talk about and it can seem that topic is hushed by a stigma. To give mental health a voice, we gladly present Mind Tap; providing a platform to incite thinking and conversation around a sometimes-difficult topic. We hope that we can learn from each other’s experiences and feel more comfortable talking about and improving our mental health.

 

We hope you will join us for Mind Tap, Friday mornings at 7.35am. 

 

Latest Episodes
  • Join Scott, Jessica, and Christian for the final installment of Mind Tap. The Mind Tap series has aired 17 episodes on topics ranging from opioid use, to grief and loss, and to suicide. Mind Tap has highlighted fascinating and sometimes inspiring personal stories, connected with clinical mental health experts, and brought attention to the wealth of mental health resources that are available to our Idaho communities. A list of these resources is attached to this program link.
  • This week on Mind Tap, Scott is joined by KISU founder, Dr. Rhesa Ledbetter, and Counseling Doctoral Student, Hannah Brinser. Combining personal experience and clinical expertise, Scott, Hannah and Rhesa explore the topics of grief and loss.
  • To celebrate the end of 2020, Scott speaks to Dr. Rick Pongratz, Director of ISU's Counseling and Testing Center.