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Russ and David are back for week three of their exploration into musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery.

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Russ and David are back for week three of their exploration into musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery. If You Need Support: If you hear something... LEARN MORE
Russ and David are back for week three of their exploration into musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery.
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Enjoying more music from artists who have experienced addiction https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/06/21/enjoying-more-music-from-artists-who-have-experienced-addiction/ Sun, 21 Jun 2020 00:35:46 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=556 Russ and David are back in their home studio, shine a light on more musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery. If You Need Support: If you...

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A wall with a black grid on it. In each space in the grid, a vinyl record is displayed.

Russ and David are back in their home studio, shine a light on more musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery.

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Russ and David are back in their home studio, shine a light on more musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery. If You Need Support: If you... LEARN MORE
Russ and David are back in their home studio, shine a light on more musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery.
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Enjoying music from artists who have experienced addiction https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/06/08/enjoying-music-from-artists-who-have-experienced-addiction/ Mon, 08 Jun 2020 03:23:02 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=544 Russ and David shine a light on musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery. If You Need Support: If you hear something on-air or in this podcast...

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Russ and David shine a light on musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery.

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Russ and David shine a light on musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery. If You Need Support: If you hear something on-air or in this podcast... LEARN MORE Russ and David shine a light on musicians who have their own tales of addiction and recovery.
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Acknowledging our normal stress and fear responses – Jared https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/05/31/acknowledging-our-normal-stress-and-fear-responses-jared/ Sun, 31 May 2020 07:42:26 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=537 Dr Jared dials in to share how the pandemic has affected psychiatrists and the people they support. Which of our emotional responses to this pandemic are normal and expected? How...

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Dr Jared dials in to share how the pandemic has affected psychiatrists and the people they support.

Which of our emotional responses to this pandemic are normal and expected? How can we deal with them? What should we look out for in friends and family if we are worried about them?

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Dr Jared dials in to share how the pandemic has affected psychiatrists and the people they support. Which of our emotional responses to this pandemic are normal and expected? How... LEARN MORE
Dr Jared dials in to share how the pandemic has affected psychiatrists and the people they support.
Which of our emotional responses to this pandemic are normal and expected? How can we deal with them? What should we look out for in friends and family if we are worried about them?
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Looking after our mental health – Glen https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/05/24/looking-after-our-mental-health-glen/ Sun, 24 May 2020 12:57:07 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=530 Joy94.9 alumni Dr Glen Hoskings dials in to discuss how the pandemic might be affecting our community from a mental health perspective. How can we get help? What factors might...

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Joy94.9 alumni Dr Glen Hoskings dials in to discuss how the pandemic might be affecting our community from a mental health perspective.

How can we get help? What factors might be contributing to our mental wellness? Should we limit our exposure to the news? Is there a benefit in counting our blessings?

And David is keen to share the research from the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) examining the alcohol industry’s response to the pandemic.

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Joy94.9 alumni Dr Glen Hoskings dials in to discuss how the pandemic might be affecting our community from a mental health perspective. How can we get help? What factors might... LEARN MORE Joy94.9 alumni Dr Glen Hoskings dials in to discuss how the pandemic might be affecting our community from a mental health perspective.
How can we get help? What factors might be contributing to our mental wellness? Should we limit our exposure to the news? Is there a benefit in counting our blessings?
And David is keen to share the research from the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) examining the alcohol industry’s response to the pandemic.
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Finding your social identity without alcohol – Faye https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/05/17/finding-your-social-identity-without-alcohol-faye/ Sun, 17 May 2020 11:44:24 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=524 Russ and David are back in the studio! Faye Lawrence joins them over the phone to talk about the Untoxicated group she founded when she decided she wanted to be...

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Russ and David are back in the studio! Faye Lawrence joins them over the phone to talk about the Untoxicated group she founded when she decided she wanted to be able to socialise away from alcohol.

How do you change the social norms about what it means to be sober? Can you enjoy dinner out without drinking? Why is laughter so important? What kinds of activities will Untoxicated be organising when COVID-19 restrictions are eased?

And Big Daddy and Ade dial in to let us know how they have been managing in isolation.

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Russ and David are back in the studio! Faye Lawrence joins them over the phone to talk about the Untoxicated group she founded when she decided she wanted to be... LEARN MORE Russ and David are back in the studio! Faye Lawrence joins them over the phone to talk about the Untoxicated group she founded when she decided she wanted to be able to socialise away from alcohol.
How do you change the social norms about what it means to be sober? Can you enjoy dinner out without drinking? Why is laughter so important? What kinds of activities will Untoxicated be organising when COVID-19 restrictions are eased?
And Big Daddy and Ade dial in to let us know how they have been managing in isolation.
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Encore: Strengthening mental health outcomes for LGBTIQ+ Australians – BeyondBlue https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/05/09/strengthening-mental-health-outcomes-for-lgbtiq-australians-beyondblue-2/ Sat, 09 May 2020 02:39:52 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=518 Now seemed like a good time to revisit this great interview we did in June 2019 with Dr Grant Blashki, the Lead Clinical Advisor for BeyondBlue. We hope you are keeping...

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Now seemed like a good time to revisit this great interview we did in June 2019 with Dr Grant Blashki, the Lead Clinical Advisor for BeyondBlue. We hope you are keeping well, and that you enjoy this encore podcast.

Grant joins us for a chat about the myriad ways that BeyondBlue provides support to all Australians, and shares his views on the value GPs can add to our mental health, and we identify the options available for engaging with BeyondBlue. Grant also explains that BeyondBlue advocates strongly for the LGBTIQ+ community because improving LGBTIQ+ outcomes improves mental health outcomes.

Is there a connection between anxiety and addiction? What does it mean to develop a mental health or suicide prevention strategy? What might a visit to your GP about mental health issues look like? How can you support a friend as they deal with their anxiety or depression?

BeyondBlue provides dedicated resources for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, intersex, and bodily, gender and sexually diverse people. We recommend you explore them all.

We learn about some powerful and effective online tools: BeyondNow App (for suicide safety planning), myCompass (online tool for managing depression and anxiety), and MindSpot Clinic (online assessment and treatment for anxiety and depression).

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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Now seemed like a good time to revisit this great interview we did in June 2019 with Dr Grant Blashki, the Lead Clinical Advisor for BeyondBlue. We hope you are keeping... LEARN MORE
Now seemed like a good time to revisit this great interview we did in June 2019 with Dr Grant Blashki, the Lead Clinical Advisor for BeyondBlue. We hope you are keeping well, and that you enjoy this encore podcast.
Grant joins us for a chat about the myriad ways that BeyondBlue provides support to all Australians, and shares his views on the value GPs can add to our mental health, and we identify the options available for engaging with BeyondBlue. Grant also explains that BeyondBlue advocates strongly for the LGBTIQ+ community because improving LGBTIQ+ outcomes improves mental health outcomes.
Is there a connection between anxiety and addiction? What does it mean to develop a mental health or suicide prevention strategy? What might a visit to your GP about mental health issues look like? How can you support a friend as they deal with their anxiety or depression?
BeyondBlue provides dedicated resources for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, intersex, and bodily, gender and sexually diverse people. We recommend you explore them all.
We learn about some powerful and effective online tools: BeyondNow App (for suicide safety planning), myCompass (online tool for managing depression and anxiety), and MindSpot Clinic (online assessment and treatment for anxiety and depression).
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Checking in on past guests – Steve, Ali and Tosh https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/05/05/checking-in-on-past-guests-steve-ali-and-tos/ Tue, 05 May 2020 05:36:35 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=513 To celebrate the JOY 94.9 Radiothon, David and Russ dial in three past guests to check in on how they are doing. They each reflect on how important independent community...

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To celebrate the JOY 94.9 Radiothon, David and Russ dial in three past guests to check in on how they are doing. They each reflect on how important independent community radio like JOY 94.9 means to them, as a place for sharing stories that might not otherwise be heard.

Is Steve still in rehab? Why was sharing his story so important to Tosh? What are David and Russ’s favourite memories from their 5 years at JOY 94.9?

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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To celebrate the JOY 94.9 Radiothon, David and Russ dial in three past guests to check in on how they are doing. They each reflect on how important independent community... LEARN MORE Is Steve still in rehab? Why was sharing his story so important to Tosh? What are David and Russ’s favourite memories from their 5 years at JOY 94.9?
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Finding a way out of self-harm – Tosh https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/04/28/finding-a-way-out-of-self-harm-tosh/ Tue, 28 Apr 2020 06:53:19 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=488 David and Russ are joined by Tosh who shares his story into, and out of, self-harm. This is a repeat episode from 2019 of which we are particularly proud. It’s...

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David and Russ are joined by Tosh who shares his story into, and out of, self-harm. This is a repeat episode from 2019 of which we are particularly proud. It’s also the first episode in which we were joined by Nurse Betty.

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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David and Russ are joined by Tosh who shares his story into, and out of, self-harm. This is a repeat episode from 2019 of which we are particularly proud. It’s... LEARN MORE David and Russ are joined by Tosh who shares his story into, and out of, self-harm. This is a repeat episode from 2019 of which we are particularly proud. It’s also the first episode in which we were joined by Nurse Betty.
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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Drug and alcohol consumption in a pandemic – Caterina and Nadine https://joy.org.au/hooked/2020/04/28/drug-and-alcohol-consumption-in-a-pandemic-caterina-and-nadine/ Mon, 27 Apr 2020 20:53:16 +0000 https://joy.org.au/hooked/?p=487 David talks with Caterina Giorgi, from The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) at https://fare.org.au/ about the increase in online alcohol purchasing due to COVID-19. Later, Nadine (FARE Board...

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David talks with Caterina Giorgi, from The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) at https://fare.org.au/ about the increase in online alcohol purchasing due to COVID-19. Later, Nadine (FARE Board Member). He’s then joined by FARE Board member, Associate Professor Nadine Ezard to discuss drug use factors that interest the research community at this time.

Are people drinking more right now, or are they simply transferring their bar drinking to home? Does an extra glass a night matter? What are some of the steps we can take to address stress and anxiety without having a drink?

How might this pandemic impact our drinking habits and consumption of other drugs of addiction? What signs can we look for that we might need to reach out for support? Which apps are available for research and support?

If You Need Support:

If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!

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David talks with Caterina Giorgi, from The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) at https://fare.org.au/ about the increase in online alcohol purchasing due to COVID-19. Later, Nadine (FARE Board... LEARN MORE David talks with Caterina Giorgi, from The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) at https://fare.org.au/ about the increase in online alcohol purchasing due to COVID-19. Later, Nadine (FARE Board Member). He’s then joined by FARE Board member, Associate Professor Nadine Ezard to discuss drug use factors that interest the research community at this time.
Are people drinking more right now, or are they simply transferring their bar drinking to home? Does an extra glass a night matter? What are some of the steps we can take to address stress and anxiety without having a drink?
How might this pandemic impact our drinking habits and consumption of other drugs of addiction? What signs can we look for that we might need to reach out for support? Which apps are available for research and support?
If You Need Support:
If you hear something on-air or in this podcast that may be causing you distress or may have raised uncomfortable feelings then visit https://joy.org.au/support/ where you can find a number of people and organisations you can turn to for support at a time like this. Looking for support is a healthy way of dealing with your feelings, and is a powerful way to help you get back on top of things. Everyone needs to talk sometimes!
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