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NEW SHOW TIME: From June 27 – August 29 MI Healthy Mind

will also be available at noon on My47 WSYM.4 Lansing.

2017 NAMI Michigan Honors

We are proud to announce that
MI Healthy Mind was nominated and recognized as A Hero of Mental Health!

It’s Time To Remove The Stigma: Let’s Talk About It!

MI Healthy Mind is a 30-minute TV talk show with a focus on all things Health and Wellness, particularly in the mental health and behavioral sectors. Seasoned hosts, Elizabeth Atkins and Michael Hunter explore a vast range of subjects (addiction,

depression, bipolar, autism etc) with valuable insights and lively conversation from popular entertainers, experts, athletes, and other newsmakers. But most important, MI Healthy Mind showcases real people, “the heroes” who have

overcome and triumphed over their mental health issues. In the wake of incredible loss, or adversity, these people found a way to turn personal tragedy into hope.

“All the world is full of suffering. It is also full of overcoming.” — Helen Keller

Helping Those Who Need Hope

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We all need a boost of hope sometimes. For those of us looking for support and a sense of community, the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network is here to help.

Through the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network, a non-profit NETWORK OF HOPE, people throughout Michigan who are facing a wide range of mental and physical health issues are connected with resources and providers.  From suicide prevention to cognitive disabilities to substance abuse disorder and other mental health challenges, the DWIHN is right there within reach of every community in the state for out-patient, residential, and in-home services, for as long as it takes to get well. Eric Doeh, CEO of the DWIHN, explains not only the range of resources available, free of charge to anyone who needs them but talks about where and how to find these resources and how these services offer a second—or third, or fourth—chance to anyone struggling to overcome their mental or physical challenges.  As he explains, “My number one job is to help people…get better.”

Mr. Doeh also introduces us to Michael Squirewell, with his harrowing story of survival, rescue, and redemption from a life of poverty, crime, substance abuse, and cognitive as well as other severe mental health challenges—all through connecting with DWIHN.  After long commitment and a lot of hard work, Mr. Squirewell has not only triumphed over his mental and cognitive health challenges, he has gone on to advocate for people just like him, as a Mental Health Ambassador for DWIHN—who he says, “…have become more than friends; they’ve become FAMILY”.

Squirewell defies us all to, “Name me one person who doesn’t have a mental challenge!”  With the help of DWIHN, he—like so many others—has found a network of hope to overcome those challenges and live a better, more joyful life.

Watch MI Healthy Mind this Sunday, & Let’s Talk About It!

Myths and Truths: Health Issues of American Indians

The story of the American Indian is filled with historical myths and modern day truths. On this episode of MI Healthy Mind, we explore the truths and explode the myths of this fascinating and resilient community who have specific challenges that are direct products of their culture, biology, history and policy.

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Safe Space

Drug addiction, suicide, abuse, human trafficking… join us for conversations that may change your life! We’re shining a courageous spotlight on difficult topics with people whose triumphant stories will inspire. And our experts will give you the tools to change your life. Wellness begins in the mind, and our motto is the first step to achieving that: “Let’s talk about it!”

Co-Hosts

Compassionate, engaging and energetic, Michael Hunter and Elizabeth Atkins speak from experience as they guide guests through strong, honest conversations about issues that could have crushed them, but instead made them stronger.  Join Michael and Elizabeth to celebrate wellness in mind, body and spirit!

Resources

Each week on MI Healthy Mind we interview individuals who triumph over challenges of mental health, find experts to learn more about how to get help for others dealing with similar issues and provide those resources for viewers.

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DISCLAIMER

This site is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal, or other professional advice.

MI Healthy Mind is designed to support, not replace, medical or psychiatric treatment.

Please seek professional care if you believe you may have a condition.

If you require immediate assistance, contact 911

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SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

  • Our motto is, “Let’s Talk About It!”
  • We showcase real people triumphing over tragedy to inspire others.
  • We provide a safe forum to discuss difficult topics such as addiction, mental illness, and health problems.
  • Our goal is to inspire viewers to feel they’re not alone, that help is available and that treatment works.
  • MI Healthy Mind is judgement-free.
  • Our experts provide resources and tools for everyone to achieve wellness in mind, body and spirit.

OUR PRODUCERS
This ground-breaking new show, MI Healthy Mind is produced by RELATIVITY Communications, an award winning, woman-owned marketing communications firm committed to providing unparalleled service that strategically hits your audience with the most effective message.
 
All effective communication begins with knowing your audience and speaking their language – both literally and figuratively.
 
Our Team are more than great storytellers. We partner with our clients to create breakthrough content that engages, entertains, and builds trust with their most important audiences.
 
In all of this, RELATIVITY Communications holds to one basic truth: If you want to really reach your audience, you need to engage them by telling your story in a way that involves them emotionally and will be remembered – and talked about- long afterward.