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The global coronavirus pandemic has changed our world in profound ways. Join internationally recognized mental health advocate and top TEDx speaker Mark Henick as he explores the many ways in which our mental health and wellness has been impacted by this new normal. Each week, Mark is joined by a range of experts, notable personalities, and fascinating figures. Together, they have authentic conversations about the physical, mental, and social aspects of living well. This podcast is sponsored ...
 
The goal of this podcast is to help people get in the best shape of their lives no matter their situation. But what happens when you finally get the six-pack or lose the weight? As a personal trainer and lifestyle transformation specialist, I have devoted and continue to devote my lifework to improve others lives. My goal is to reach and impact a million individuals and I want you to be part of this movement. You can expect meaningful conversations with experts from various fields with the o ...
 
The Epistle to the Romans is one of the letters of the New Testament canon of the Christian Bible. In the words of N.T. Wright, the Book of Romans is "neither a systematic theology nor a summary of Paul's lifework, but it is by common consent his masterpiece. It dwarfs most of his other writings, an Alpine peak towering over hills and villages. Not all onlookers have viewed it in the same light or from the same angle, and their snapshots and paintings of it are sometimes remarkably unalike. ...
 
GLOBALLY ► We are raising the vibration of love in 2022 for a better 2023! ► Join Us! Listen to Gods love through intuitive Messages in this Podcast and gain greater clarity about your lifework purpose and rediscover your joy. Experience less anxiety, less stress, and worry. Most of all, experience God's overwhelming love for you & invite the HOLY SPIRIT in and receive a #soulmessage with soothing Holy Spirit #healingmessage May this Holy Spirit message serve as a place of prayer whenever yo ...
 
This podcast will take you through the steps to transform your life. I will provide you with tools to use as you come up against the resistance as you move toward the life you would love to live! I'm literally GIVING it to you! If you do the work it WILL work. Each Podcast will build upon the next. You will receive meditations, curriculum, Lifework, homework, etc. I will be answering questions you email in, sharing Victories you overcome that take you to the next level of becoming, guest spe ...
 
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In this season finale episode of Living Well, Mark speaks with three titans of health news in Canada. Avis Favaro was the longest serving national medical correspondent in history, for CTV National News. Dr. Brian Goldman is the host of White Coat Black Art on CBC, and Andre Picard is a long time health columnist for the Globe and Mail. They discus…
 
Mark has an in-depth conversation with Dr. Sonu Gaind and Dr. Harvey Schipper about the concerns that mental health advocates have with Canada's new medical assistance in dying regime for people solely experiencing a mental illness. They discuss the unique difficulties with defining and treating mental illnesses, the impossibility of predicting irr…
 
Mark talks with Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar, an organizational psychologist, internationally recognized teacher, and a prolific author. Dr. Ben-Shahar's books on positive psychology, happiness, and leadership have been translated into more than 30 languages, and have appeared on best-seller lists around the world, including the New York Times. He has also t…
 
In this Pride Month special episode, Mark Henick hands the mic over to Olympic gold medallist and "Canada's first gay Olympian," Mark Tewksbury. Tewksbury has a conversation with Soccer and LGBTQ champion Quinn. Quinn captured gold with Canada at Tokyo 2020, making history as the first openly transgender, non-binary person to win an Olympic medal. …
 
On this episode of the Lifeworks Living Well podcast, Mark talks with Dr. Reid Robison, Chief Medical Officer for Novamind, about the promise and protocols of the psychedelic revolution. Then, Mark is joined by Dr. Tim Sharp, an Australian psychologist at the forefront of the positive psychology movement and founder of The Happiness Institute.…
 
#wejustwantGodlyconnections - no extras! We created this ALL NEW Podcast community for the many who are like minded that just want God's Heavenly Messages. No extras!! This community was created because we were looking for one and couldn't find one. So please feel free to leave positive messages and encouragement one for another, we are accepting p…
 
Continuing our Living Well conversations for Mental Health Month, Mark is joined by University of Calgary Professor Emerita Dr. Bonnie Kaplan to talk about her new book, The Better Brain: Overcome Anxiety, Combat Depression, and Reduce ADHD and Stress with Nutrition. Then, Harvard-trained clinical cardiologist Dr. Jonathan Fisher stops by for a con…
 
Pour cet épisode spécial, qui se déroule entièrement en français, Mark Henick passe le micro à un animateur invité et double médaillé olympique, Alexandre Despatie. Dans le cadre de la Semaine de la santé mentale, Alexandre discute de l’endurance du corps et de l’esprit avec Benoît Huot, qui a remporté 20 médailles aux Jeux paralympiques. Ils nous …
 
It’s important to talk about mental health all year – but especially in May! With Mental Health Month in the United States, Mental Health Week in Canada, Mental Health Awareness Week in the United Kingdom, and events around the world, it’s a perfect time to put mental health front and centre. Mark is joined by former NIMH director Dr. Thomas Insel …
 
Depending on the approach, addictions may be seen as diseases to be treated, habits to be un-learned, or a mix of both. Mark discusses these conceptual models with two prominent researchers and physicians. First, neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Jud Brewer talks about the conditioning approach to habit formation, and the min…
 
Nearly a quarter of the population will deal with a substance related disorder at some point in their life. Mark explores various perspectives on addiction over two episodes of the show. This week, he’s joined by author, speaker, and mental health advocate Allan Kehler to talk about the personal journey from lived experience to helping others. Then…
 
During times of great change, there is a risk that people who have historically been marginalized are among the first to be forgotten. That's what makes this time so critical to ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts continue to be expanded. Mark discusses with psychologist Dr. Nekeshia Hammond, conflict analyst Joyce Odidison, Paris …
 
The future of work is changing. The typical workplace five years from now could be unrecognizable from what we knew just five years ago, driven by rapid adoption of remote work and changing mindsets. Mark discusses the changing nature of work with Sandy MacIntosh, Chief Human Resources Officer for Telus, and Zabeen Hirji, Executive Advisor on the f…
 
Executives leaders set the tone of the workplace as a healthy and safe social environment. While some leaders are born with this aptitude, for many it’s a skillset that must be learned and developed. Mark is discusses the role of executive coaching with Adrian Gostick, the world’s best-selling author on culture and employee engagement. Then, Mark h…
 
In this first episode of 2022, Mark speaks with mental wellness advocate Lynn Keane. They discuss her new Radical Transformation photo essay series, and the power of pushing yourself physically to heal your mind. Then, regular Today Show fitness contributor Stephanie Mansour stops by to share some practical tips for getting motivated, staying on tr…
 
Our wellbeing is intricately connected with other people - other people who happen to have other minds. Navigating these relationships successfully is a significant social determinant of our health. This is especially true in our most intimate relationships. This week, Mark is joined by renowned psychotherapist, podcast host, and author, Ken Page. …
 
Given the changes, stresses, and uncertainties of the last two years, many people are more mindfully choosing how they distribute their time, and the price they're willing to accept for it from a current or potential employer. Jessica Moorhouse, Accredited Financial Counselor & Host of the More Money Podcast joins Mark to talk about how this shift …
 
Law enforcement and the justice system have become increasingly common mental health stakeholders. Mark explores this issue, and how to do better, with psychiatrist Dr. Javeed Sukhera. Then, pioneering mental health and human rights champion Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren stops by to discuss mental health courts, and how she established the first in the …
 
The decisions that governments make on how to construct and deliver social supports deeply impact our wellbeing in big and small ways. Mark set the stage for this policy discussion with Mental Health America’s Mary Giliberti. Then, Amy Kennedy and Ben Miller join to deepen the conversation further. Finally, Michel Rodrigue drops by to give the Cana…
 
Mark Henick is back, with season three of Living Well for LifeWorks (formerly Morneau Shepell). More than 20 all new biweekly episodes to come, with dozens of guest conversation on the mental, physical, financial and social aspects of wellbeing. Every episode will also now be available to watch on YouTube. Be sure to like and subscribe to be notifi…
 
Mark Henick kicks off Season Three of Living Well with LifeWorks CEO Stephen Liptrap and SVP Paula Allen. They discuss how our mental, physical, social, and financial health impact our wellbeing. Then, bestselling author Amy Morin drops by, along with mental health advocate and author Jonny Benjamin, to talk about what resilience looks like in the …
 
In this Season 2 finale episode, Mark learns about the Improv for Anxiety program at The Second City. He talks with workshop instructor Cameron Algie, and past participant YTV host Tyra Sweet. Then, Mark talks with comedian Gary Gulman about opening up about his experience with mental illness in his hit HBO comedy special The Great Depresh.…
 
How is our wellbeing impacted not only by explicit conspiracy theories, but by the often hidden misinformation and disinformation that we encounter every day? Mark explores this issue with bestselling author Timothy Caulfield, Cambridge social psychologist Dr. Sander van der Linden, and veteran journalist Kevin Newman.…
 
What do people really need from their work and their leaders in order to cultivate a supportive workplace? Mark discusses with Chester Elton, one of the world’s top leadership and organizational culture experts. Mark is also joined by Andrew Faas, an expert in organizational dynamics and bullying, and Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental He…
 
With far more people working from home than ever before, the boundaries between our lives and jobs has been blurred for some time. Mark is joined by Paula Allen (Morneau Shepell) and Duncan So (The Burnout Clinic) to explore how this no-longer-new dynamic has drained our energy and increased risk of burnout.…
 
One year ago, our lives and futures were thrown into uncertainty. This was especially the case for those who were planning retirement. As with past market crashes, some locked in their losses and suffered severely. Others cashed in on the valley, using it as an opportunity for future financial freedom. Mark speaks with Pattie Lovett-Reid (CTV News)…
 
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