Brooklynbilly Music Mashup Show

Along with highlighting local musicians from around the Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay area, host Andy Fuhrman serves up a fun mix of classic Folk, Country & Western, Bluegrass, Old Timey, Rockabilly, Rock, R&B and Brooklyn Doo Wop.

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy

Episode 59: In recent years, there’s been growing interest in the role that psychedelic drugs, including ketamine, can play in treating mental health conditions. In this episode, we discuss a new treatment approach called Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) that is a promising treatment for patients with PTSD, anxiety, and other mental health conditions. Joining me for this conversation is Spencer Wollan, who experienced “life changing benefits” from KAP, along with medical doctor, social worker, and ketamine prescriber Dr. Jesus Ramirez and psychotherapist Ellis McCauley.

After the Loss of a Child

After the Loss of a Child

Episode 58: How do parents go on after their child’s death? In this episode, we talk with father and author Colin Campbell about how he’s finding ways to live “with hope and purpose” after his two teen children were killed in a car crash caused by a drunk driver. Two other parents contribute stories about their grief after losing children to suicide and overdose. Also with us for this conversation is psychotherapist, grief specialist, and writer Kara Bowman. Join us for this honest, tender, and surprisingly hopeful conversation.

Living with Psychotic Symptoms

Living with Psychotic Symptoms

Episode 57: Psychotic symptoms, often collectively referred to as psychosis, can be part of many illnesses and are when the brain has trouble distinguishing between what is real from what is not. Psychosis is a symptom, not an illness, and as many as 3 out of every 100 people will experience an episode of psychosis in their lifetime due to either a medical or a mental health condition. It is common for a person to experience psychotic symptoms for more than a year before receiving treatment. Early treatment of psychosis is critical because it often means better recovery. Understanding more about and learning to recognize psychotic symptoms means being in a better position to help those experiencing psychosis get the appropriate care sooner. Joining me for this conversation is Dr. Jennifer Davis, a Double Board Certified General and Child-Adolescent Psychiatrist and two guests who are both in recovery from their mental illnesses, peer counselor Tim Beveridge and peer specialist Kenah Roberts.

The Complex Recovery of Co-Occurring Disorders (remix)

The Complex Recovery of Co-Occurring Disorders (remix)

Episode 56: About one third of people who have a mental health condition also develop a substance use disorder at some point in their lives. In this episode, we discuss the complicated intersection of these problems, a combination that currently afflicts nearly 17 million Americans. Joining us for this conversation about co-occurring disorders is psychotherapist Cynthia Nollenberger and artist-musician Rick, who shares about his journey to mental health recovery and, eventually, to substance use recovery. This 2019 interview has been re-edited with new material and personal stories added.

12:56pm Jimi Hendrix 'Like A Rolling Stone (Live at the Monterey International Pop Festival, Los Angeles, CA, June 18, 1967)' from The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Box Set)

12:49pm Townes Van Zandt 'Pancho and Lefty' from Heartworn Highways (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

12:29pm Taj Mahal 'Stagger Lee' from Stagger Lee

12:24pm Candice Pacheco 'In the Never Rose' from If Then... Else

12:23pm Avicii 'Levels - Original Version' from Fitness Mix 2021

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Thursday, May 30 2:00am

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