In the launch episode of this year’s Black and White Miniseries, TWLOHA’s Director of Outreach Chad Moses reveals the three statements behind the campaign with the help of some special voices. He also talks with TWLOHA Editor Becky Ebert, and together they explore the purpose and importance of the campaign in honor of Mental Health Month, and how it relates to this season of life across the globe.
“I think oftentimes mental health can be a gray area even in terms of diagnosis and treatment. Sometimes our experiences don't align with the symptoms we see listed. Sometimes our path toward recovery or treatment, it looks wildly different from someone else's. Experiencing and even navigating mental health struggles isn't a one size fits all situation. So I think our hope is to find a space where things can be just that, they can be specific and unwavering. Foundational as you said, these words and the meaning behind them are not applicable to just a select few. We believe they're all-encompassing.”
This episode of the TWLOHA podcast was hosted by Chad Moses and produced by Lindsay Kolsch, with editorial support by Rebecca Ebert. Music assistance was provided by James Likeness and Ben Tichenor.
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