Dr. Chris Donaghue Hosts 'I'm Listening Live'

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During this time of major shifts in society, civil unrest, and social distancing we know many will need to put particular focus on self-care and mental health. It's times like these when many struggle with their mental health, whether it involves anxiety around the current news landscape or struggles with maintaining social distance.

In collaboration with RADIO.COM's I'm Listening initiative, licensed therapist and Dr. Chris Donaghue will be available to answer your questions surrounding mental health in the midst of all these societal shifts. Dr. Donaghue will be providing resources and tips to help us navigate the new normal. I’m Listening Live, aims to focus on current events, healing through music, the power of allyship, and practicing strong mental-health hygiene.


Every Thursday evening at 5PM PT/ 8PM ET, Dr. Chris will be joined by other professionals in the mental health field, as well as artists who are using their platform for impact. You are encouraged to submit your questions for Dr. Donaghue and his guests via Twitter using #ImListening.


Dr. Chris Donaghue is an international lecturer, therapist, educator, and the host of CHANNEL Q’s nightly radio show, LoveLine. He has been featured on the Today show, VICE, The New York Times, National Geographic, and many others.
Dr. Donaghue has lectured at universities like USC, UCLA, and Princeton, and was the keynote speaker at various conferences including Chicago Ideas Week.

Share your stories with us below, and tune in to the daily broadcast for an extra resource during these potentially overwhelming times.

RADIO.COM’s I’m Listening initiative aims to encourage those who are dealing with mental health issues to understand they are not alone. If you or anyone you know is struggling with depression or anxiety, know that someone is always there. Additionally, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-273-8255.

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