with Dr. Craig Bryan
Rick talks with Dr. Craig Bryan of The Ohio State University, professor of the Stress, Trauma, Adversity and Resilience (STAR) program. Bryan is a world renowned suicide prevention researcher and innovator who helps people find resilience in their darkest times. His aspirational concept of a future with zero suicides is profoundly inspiring. His research shows intervention treatments, crisis response planning, and specific cognitive therapies can reduce suicide attempts by up to 76% as compared to usual mental health treatment.
Hosted by Rick Milenthal
Melissa describes her daily battle with bi-polar disorder + addiction while holding on to hope.
An innovator in helping people find resilience in their most darkest of times, his research in suicide is creating game-changing treatments. His goal? Zero suicides.