with Dr. Craig Bryan
Rick talks with Dr. Craig Bryan of The Ohio State University, professor of the Stress, Trauma, Adversity and Resilience (STAR) program. Bryan is a world renowned suicide prevention researcher and innovator who helps people find resilience in their darkest times. His aspirational concept of a future with zero suicides is profoundly inspiring. His research shows intervention treatments, crisis response planning, and specific cognitive therapies can reduce suicide attempts by up to 76% as compared to usual mental health treatment.
Hosted by Rick Milenthal
She was a powerful life force who lost her battle to chronic depression at 33. Now, her parents have started an organization in her honor to bring healing and encouragement to themselves and others.
Lt. General Michael Ferriter talks leadership, adversity + creating a rally point to find resilience.