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Healthy Mind Matters

Healthy Mind Matters is hosted by Maria Shilaos. The show discusses the important community issues of stronger mental health, emotional wellness, and the growing problem of addiction. Healthy Mind Matters is sponsored by Intermountain HealthCare and SelectHealth.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

  • Mental Health and Law Enforcement Drug Partnership Pt. 4
    72,000 Americans died as a result of drug related overdose deaths in 2017. Law enforcement and health professionals in Utah are working together to develop better solutions to this crisis. Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews Tom Ross who is Chief of Police for Bountiful City and Todd Soutor who is the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health about their partnership.
  • Mental Health and Law Enforcement Drug Partnership Pt. 3
    72,000 Americans died as a result of drug related overdose deaths in 2017. Law enforcement and health professionals in Utah are working together to develop better solutions to this crisis. Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews Tom Ross who is Chief of Police for Bountiful City and Todd Soutor who is the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health about their partnership.
  • Mental Health and Law Enforcement Drug Partnership Pt. 2
    72,000 Americans died as a result of drug related overdose deaths in 2017. Law enforcement and health professionals in Utah are working together to develop better solutions to this crisis. Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews Tom Ross who is Chief of Police for Bountiful City and Todd Soutor who is the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health about their partnership.
  • Mental Health and Law Enforcement Drug Partnership Pt. 1
    72,000 Americans died as a result of drug related overdose deaths in 2017. Law enforcement and health professionals in Utah are working together to develop better solutions to this crisis. Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews Tom Ross who is Chief of Police for Bountiful City and Todd Soutor who is the Director of Intensive Services for Davis Behavioral Health about their partnership.

Sunday, March 31, 2019

  • Motivating Teenagers Pt. 4
    Parents often create bigger problems when they assume that motivation is simply about rewards and consequences. Dr. Matt Swenson tells Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos that parents will be more successful, if they assume their kids want to be good and successful.
  • Motivating Teenagers Pt. 3
    Parents often create bigger problems when they assume that motivation is simply about rewards and consequences. Dr. Matt Swenson tells Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos that parents will be more successful, if they assume their kids want to be good and successful.
  • Motivating Teenagers Pt. 2
    Parents often create bigger problems when they assume that motivation is simply about rewards and consequences. Dr. Matt Swenson tells Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos that parents will be more successful, if they assume their kids want to be good and successful.
  • Motivating Teenagers Pt. 1
    Parents often create bigger problems when they assume that motivation is simply about rewards and consequences. Dr. Matt Swenson tells Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos that parents will be more successful, if they assume their kids want to be good and successful.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

  • The Children's Center Pt. 4
    The Children's Center helps about 2,000 children and their families every year.  Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews the center's key leaders to learn how this unique organization meets the mental health needs of children. Needs that range from toilet training, to temper outbursts to severe trauma.
  • The Children's Center Pt. 3
    The Children's Center helps about 2,000 children and their families every year.  Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews the center's key leaders to learn how this unique organization meets the mental health needs of children. Needs that range from toilet training, to temper outbursts to severe trauma.
  • The Children's Center Pt. 2
    The Children's Center helps about 2,000 children and their families every year.  Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews the center's key leaders to learn how this unique organization meets the mental health needs of children. Needs that range from toilet training, to temper outbursts to severe trauma.
  • The Children's Center Pt. 1
    The Children's Center helps about 2,000 children and their families every year.  Healthy Mind Matters Host Maria Shilaos interviews the center's key leaders to learn how this unique organization meets the mental health needs of children. Needs that range from toilet training, to temper outbursts to severe trauma.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

  • Opioid Overdose Risk and Your Occupation #4
    Those who work in construction or in healthcare support are at greatest risk of dying from and opioid overdose. Let's Get Moving Host Maria Shilaos and the Utah Health Department's Prevention Outreach Coordinator Angela Stander talk about what a new report shows about the role occupation plays in an individual's opioid use.
  • Opioid Overdose Risk and Your Occupation #3
    Those who work in construction or in healthcare support are at greatest risk of dying from and opioid overdose. Let's Get Moving Host Maria Shilaos and the Utah Health Department's Prevention Outreach Coordinator Angela Stander talk about what a new report shows about the role occupation plays in an individual's opioid use.
  • Opioid Overdose Risk and Your Occupation #2
    Those who work in construction or in healthcare support are at greatest risk of dying from and opioid overdose. Let's Get Moving Host Maria Shilaos and the Utah Health Department's Prevention Outreach Coordinator Angela Stander talk about what a new report shows about the role occupation plays in an individual's opioid use.