The Healer's Realm

The Journey to Wellness and Advocacy for Mental Health and Well-Being, with Josie Englin

April 18, 2021 Denise Episode 2
The Healer's Realm
The Journey to Wellness and Advocacy for Mental Health and Well-Being, with Josie Englin
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In today’s episode, we will be led to discover what happens in Josie’s mental health journey. As she shares her own mental health story, we will dig deep into the amazing process she went through to become a powerful advocate for mental health. Learn what you can do to protect yourself and your family. Plus, alternative ways to heal besides medication.


Come, tune in, and enter The Healer’s Realm where your spirit will find peace.

About Josie Englin


Josie Englin, is a Peer Support Specialist with Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), and a mom of two amazing children and a girlfriend of one. Josie is a domestic violence survivor and she started to advocate for Mental Health and Wellness after she conquered her own struggles in regaining her stability and mental health.



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If you’re dealing with suicidal thoughts or you feel the need to talk to somebody, do reach out to The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Let us know more about Josie Englin here and her choice of advocacy…
What she was clinically diagnosed with…
Discovering the Peer Support Academy and loving the whole concept.
The start of Josie’s stories of discovery…
How early on did she discover depression?
The death of her father made her suicidal idealization more prominent.
… then, coupled by a bad, abusive marriage.
She went back to her abuser, not only twice or seven times, but nine times!
Finally, the divorce process.
Finding her stability in mental health.
Taking up her personal responsibilities played a big part in her healing process and in all the positive changes that happened after.
Learning and growing in mental wellness through the help of Peer Support.
Inspiring other people undergoing mental struggles through her story.
The variety of mental wellness tools available around us and how to find yours.
Remember that medication is not the only thing that can help with mental health.
We need to know how to take care of our mental health without having to pop a pill every time without knowing what the other options are.
What could be the biggest hindrance with people who can actively progress in their mental health journey?
Why do people slip through the cracks? And what can be the solution?
Connect with Josie through this email 