This is a really good interview with host, Casey Jourdan who has struggled with PTSD as a result of her tour in Iraq and this podcast is part of her personal journey to focus on how people have evolved after tragedy. This is a particularly intimate interview.
Podcast: Anne Moss Rogers on Todd Inspires Beliefcast
Todd Inspires Beliefcast with Todd Sylvester is for those looking to get more out of life, move beyond limiting beliefs and overcome addictions, depression, and anxiety. This one is trending as one of the top 1% of mental health podcasts worldwide.
We invite you to be in this interview to laugh, cry, and grow together.
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Articles and books mentioned in the podcast
Best of 2021: A Suicide, A Mother’s Grief And A Second Act
Best of Second Act Stories for 2021
I’m so thrilled my interview with Andy Levine was chosen as the best of 2021! Pain Turns To Purpose: A Suicide, A Mother’s Grief, And A Second Act.… Read more...
Podcast: The Leftover Pieces; Suicide Loss Conversations
Hosted by: Melissa Bottorff-Arey
Includes how to get unstuck and survival tools for suicide loss. Go to the podcast website.
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Grieving Parents Sharing Hope Podcast with Anne Moss Rogers
Struggling in the Darkness of our Loss with host Laura Diehl and Anne Moss Rogers. This episode has a lot of practical advice for those who are struggling deeply in the darkness of grief after child loss. Being a mom who lost her son to suicide, Anne Moss made a conscious decision to figure out how to work through the guilt, shame, and horrific darkness to be able to live a life of meaning and purpose again, both to honor her son, Charles, and to help those who find themselves contemplating ending their own life.
Anne Moss Rogers on Al Levin’s Depression Files Podcast
Al Interviews Anne Moss Rogers | Certified Suicide Prevention Trainer, Public Speaker, Award-Winning Author & Mother of a Son (Charles) Who Died by Suicide
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Cult of Pedagogy Podcast. Suicide Prevention: What Teachers Can Do
Listen to the Cult of Pedagogy Podcast on their website.
What Teachers are saying:
…..Anne Moss Rogers has focused her latest work on teachers, whom she sees as a vital link between troubled students and the professionals who can help them cope with suicidal thoughts. In her new book, Emotionally Naked: A Teacher’s Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk, she and co-author Kimberly O’Brien give teachers the information and tools they need to help reduce suicide in young people.
“(Teachers) see millions of adolescents nationwide,” Rogers explained in our … Read more...
Talking About Suicide With Our Patients: Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Lia Gaggino MD and I met when I was the keynote speaker at the AAP, AFSP, NIMH Youth Summit on Suicide Prevention. Dr. Gaggino is a pediatrician who is passionate about youth mental health and this episode of her podcast focuses on preventing youth suicide in honor of mental health month. Take us on your walk today.Read more...
Podcast: Turning trauma into purpose
Charles George lost his son, Thomas at the age of three to a heart condition. I lost my son Charles to suicide at the age of twenty. We start by talking about that and how we’ve managed the grief.Read more...
Twenty-minute podcast for parents who’ve just lost a child
Link to the podcast hosted by Laura Diehl from Grieving Parents Sharing Hope.
There is no training for being a bereaved parent. Those of us who have lost a child do understand, and we want to walk with you, especially through the darkest part of your grief.
In this podcast episode, there will be things shared that are important for you to know. Not in the way of a “to do” list, but more of a “give yourself grace” list.… Read more...
Raising Unstoppable Teens Podcast
Podcast episode with Dr. Kimberly Schehrer.… Read more...
Unstuck and Happy Podcast
With John Polish. After losing her son, Anne Moss Rogers became a suicide prevention advocate. Listen as she shares on Unstuck and Happy. Thirty minutes.Read more...
Hope to Recharge Podcast: Processing the Grief of a Death by Suicide
With Matana Jacobs at Hope to Recharge Podcast. Over 30k downloads!
Grief is incredibly difficult to process through and understand. Navigating through the grief of losing a child is something that could potentially destroy someone.
This podcast sheds light on the hope found within grief and the process of healing after losing a child to death by suicide. If you have not listened to the first conversation, this is the link to the full story about life with Charles, and the journey she and her family went through battling her son’s mental illnesses and addictions. … Read more...
Get in the Herd Podcast
This is a recent podcast that I did with the recovery nonprofit, McShin Foundation.… Read more...
The Extraordinary Me Program
Podcast Episode 9: Anne Moss Rogers
On the website. Listen while you walk the neighborhood for the one hundredth time.… Read more...