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  • Today on The Mountain Life, hosts David Wintzer and Lynn Ware Peek speak with (01:06) Dr. Christy Kane who specializes in youth mental health. She joins the show to talk about several upcoming talks in the Park City area, and mental health with our youth.
  • Joining the show with a conversation about mental health in the Wasatch Back are two women, Linda Graves and Pamella Bello, whose passion and efforts to destigmatize and promote prevention bring our community towards greater understanding and increased services.
  • On today's episode of The Mountain Life, Pete Stoughton and Lynn Ware Peek's guests include: (01:01) Mexican-American Poet & Novelist Erika L. Sánchez joins the show to introduce her new memoir, Crying In The Bathroom, in which no subject is off-limits—including sex, shame (and how they intersect for Latina women), feminism, depression, gender norms, beauty standards, ambition, and race. (25:38) Then, a conversation about mental health in the Wasatch Back with two women, Linda Graves and Pamella Bello, whose passion and efforts to destigmatize and promote prevention bring our community towards greater understanding and increased services.
  • Co-Founder of Live Like Sam Ron Jackenthal has details on the opening of registration for its summer Thrive program.
  • Mental health counselor Dr. Christy Kane, who speaks to sell-out crowds about the mental health of individuals, families, and our communities as well as the neurological impact of trauma on the human brain. She invites listeners to the Find Your Voice Conference on May 7, 2022 at the Miller Conference Center in Sandy.
  • The Mountain Life for April 6, 2022. On today's show, Pete and Lynn's guests include: (01:31) Lora Smith, Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation who joins to talk about the upcoming trail season. Now that the ski season has begun to wane, Summit and Wasatch County residents start thinking about biking, hiking and walking on the multitudes of trails in the Wasatch Back. Tune in to hear about new trail projects for this summer.Then, (27:47) mental health counselor Dr. Christy Kane, who speaks to sell-out crowds about the mental health of individuals, families, and our communities as well as the neurological impact of trauma on the human brain. She invites listeners to the upcoming Find Your Voice Conference.
  • On Cool Science Radio, John and Lynn bring Leah Harter on the show.Harter is the Director of Counseling at the Christian Center of Park City. She talks…
  • On The Mountain Life, Lynn welcomes Dr. Christy Kane, who has more than 20 years experience in the mental health field.In her new book, Kane focuses on…
  • On The Mountain Life, Deanna Rhodes, Executive Director of CONNECT Summit County, provides a debrief of May Mental Health Awareness month.Rhodes shares…
  • On Cool Science Radio, John and Lynn have a conversation with Leah Harter, Director of Counseling at the Christian Center of Park City.Harter is a…