Podcasts


Creating healthy communities at work is an ongoing process

Creating healthy communities at work is an ongoing process

14 min  ⋅ June 18th
Podcast: "Happiness is a sense of contribution," says author Eric Termuende
Nighttime routine can help with sleep problems

Nighttime routine can help with sleep problems

29 min  ⋅ April 4th
Podcast: Dr. Haven Malish talks sleep hygiene, late-night food cravings, and sleep treatments
Eating disorders vs disordered eating: Differences & dangers

Eating disorders vs disordered eating: Differences & dangers

22 min  ⋅ February 28th
Podcast: Sanford psychologist shares how to identify and address unhealthy relationships with food
The rise in sober and ‘sober curious’ living

The rise in sober and ‘sober curious’ living

33 min  ⋅ January 4th
Podcast: Beyond Dry January and Sober October, sober curiosity has health benefits
Virtual care becomes everyday practice

Virtual care becomes everyday practice

34 min  ⋅ August 24th
Podcast: Some primary care, mental health providers see all of their patients online
Start a mindfulness routine for mental health

Start a mindfulness routine for mental health

37 min  ⋅ August 17th
Podcast: Therapists working in primary care clinics share how to practice calm by being present
Protecting our mental health postpartum

Protecting our mental health postpartum

44 min  ⋅ April 18th
Podcast: Therapist talks postpartum depression, anxiety after baby & how to cope
Seasonal affective disorder intensifies mood

Seasonal affective disorder intensifies mood

18 min  ⋅ January 16th
Podcast: Sanford Health providers shine sunlight on seasonal affective disorder & treatment
The transition from postpartum to parenting

The transition from postpartum to parenting

22 min  ⋅ November 14th
Podcast: Sanford Health doctors explain how they provide whole-person support for parents and newborns
How to find a mental health provider

How to find a mental health provider

23 min  ⋅ January 11th
Podcast: Depending on what you're looking for, there is a provider who fits your needs
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Autism and ADHD: How to know if your child should be tested

Autism and ADHD: How to know if your child should be tested

If you notice your child having developmental difficulty, a health care provider can help
Danae Lund PhD, LP 6 min read
When and how psychiatry uses genetic testing

When and how psychiatry uses genetic testing

Treating depression, anxiety or ADHD can feel like a guessing game. Genetic tests may help.
Megan Baldridge 8 min read
Opioid crisis: Sanford Bemidji clinic steps up fight

Opioid crisis: Sanford Bemidji clinic steps up fight

"We want to break the cycle of substance use in families and replace it with a healthier, sustainable cycle.”
SHN Staff 6 min read
Childhood suicide: Bullying, ADHD and relationships

Childhood suicide: Bullying, ADHD and relationships

“There’s a lot of pressure on kids that’s not good for their emotional development.”
Hannah Nieman 13 min read
High-profile suicide can trigger emotions in anyone

High-profile suicide can trigger emotions in anyone

Some people who may have been big fans might need to seek help.
SHN Staff 8 min read
Sports doctors & mom’s mental health

Sports doctors & mom’s mental health

I was treated like an athlete, like what I do matters, even if I’m not winning, like my lifestyle of choice was taken seriously.
Jacqueline Palfy 14 min read
Running miles to ease anxiety

Running miles to ease anxiety

Mental health benefits of exercise start with just getting started
Jacqueline Palfy 13 min read
Sanford Health doctor on front lines of opioid battle

Sanford Health doctor on front lines of opioid battle

Every day, Dr. Rohit Mahajan watches his patients leave, knowing he tried to ease their pain. What he doesn’t know is if he turned them into addicts instead. Every decision he makes — every patient he sees, every procedure he performs, every prescription he writes — is colored with this question. He’s an interventional pain […]
Jacqueline Palfy 17 min read
Joy and satisfaction found raising a baby with Down syndrome

Joy and satisfaction found raising a baby with Down syndrome

When you think about raising a child with Down syndrome, what first comes to mind? If the thought startles you, it’s safe to say you’re not the only one. How many times have you heard a pregnant woman say she doesn’t care if she has a boy or girl, as long as the baby is […]
JoLyn Seitz, MD 15 min read
Parenting priority: Get organized and get happy

Parenting priority: Get organized and get happy

Establish some routines and manage your expectations while your kids are young
Parenting Services 5 min read