Whether you're stressed out from work, overwhelmed by the news cycle, or just need a break from reality for a bit, it's important to give yourself ample time to focus on self-care and your mental wellbeing.
In honor of Mental Illness Awareness Week, take in these podcasts that will help give you those moments throughout the day to think about your mental health and work on having a moment of pause to reflect on yourself.
Here are some podcasts on the RADIO.COM app you can listen to to help you focus on your mind for a bit:
It's All Mental
Licenced professional therapist and mental health advocate Pamela Smith interviews professionals from all walks of life who have overcome adversity so you can do the same.
The Feelings Club
Hosted by singer-songwriter Patty Lynn and licensed professional therapist Sally Rumsey, this podcast is all about feelings and supports mental health awareness.
Hosted by licensed mental health counselor Bisma Anwar, this podcast dives into self-care, validation, empathy, and all things therapy.
The goal of this podcast is to destigmatize anxiety and mental health through open and honest conversations about it.
Feel Good Effect
A wellness podcast with a focus on what it means to be healthy, host Robyn Conley Downs brings you conversations about leaning into self-trust, powerful mindset shifts, and radically simple strategies and habits that work.
Dr. Nzinga Harrison is a physician and board-certified in psychiatry. She's bringing you conversations about comprehensive, compassionate approaches to treating addiction and maintaining recovery.
Explore how sensitivity weaves itself into our everyday lives and learn about the strengths we have because of our sensitivity to various things. Listen to conversations about how we experience life.
Mental Illness Happy Hour
Paul Gilmartin talks about fears, addictions, and traumatic childhoods with a series of guests.
The Goop Podcast
Gwyneth Paltrow joins goop's Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen to chat with leading thinkers, culture changers, and industry disruptors to talk about shifting old paradigms and focus on wellness.