mental health

Episode 119

Episode 119: Recovery to Reconstruction: With Reconstruction Unlimited and Dane Ensley

In this episode, Chris Burns sits with Dane Ensley and Brandon McArdle from Reconstruction Unlimited, a mental health coaching agency based in Beverly Hills, California. From discussing client care, family coaching, and the importance of curiosity and discipline, this episode flows with quality information and vulnerable shared life experiences. To learn more about Reconstruction Unlimited or Dane and Brandon, check out

Episode 118

Episode 118: Unlocking the Power to Thrive Through Biofeedback

In this episode, Chris Burns welcomes back Dr. Jenn Holcomb from Integrative Mind and Body Wellness LLC, as well as her husband and partner Dustin Holcomb, to delve further into the cutting-edge modalities of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback. From deconstructing the physiological responses of the nervous system to speaking about regulating the heart rate and breath, this episode is full of insightful information and personal testimonies of efficacy. For more information on Integrative Mind and Body LLC, check out For information on Positive Outcomes LLC, check out

Episode 117

Episode 117: Organizational Health Through Outcomes Data with Maeve O’Neill

In this special episode, Chris Burns borrows Maeve O’Neill from Circa Behavioral Health Solutions to talk all things outcomes data! From finding the organizational disconnection to pinpointing crucial leadership pillars, the conversations within this episode are astounding. For more information on Maeve, or Circa Behavioral Health Solutions, check out

Episode 116

Episode 116: Organizational Compliance with Mike Lifshots of Hatch Compliance

In this special episode, Chris Burns borrows Mike Lifshots of Hatch Compliance to share his valuable insight into all things organizational compliance and processes. Mike and his team at Hatch are industry leaders providing professionals with the tools to thrive as businesses through building processes, ensuring safety compliances through staff and leadership, and so much more! For more information on Mike or Hatch compliances, check out

Episode 115

Episode 115: Deconstructing Stress Medicine with Dr. Van Anrooy & Kayli Meyers

In this Episode, Chris Burns brings on two incredible professionals, Dr. Sarah Van Anrooy and Kaylie Meyers from the Center for Stress Medicine, to share their professional insights and forward-thinking approach to client care. From conversations on gene testing and epigenetic to the impact of COVID-19 on self-care and how to harness stress, this episode offers a plethora of valuable information. For more on Dr. Van Anrooy or Kaylie, check out

Episode 113

Episode 113: Survive to Thrive: With Dr. Jennifer Holcomb

Chris Burns is back in the host seat this week with our fantastic guest, Dr. Jennifer Holcomb. Together, Chris and Jennifer bring attention to the connection between our heads and our hearts, shining light on the importance of intentional work on both. This episode brings to light many shared issues: associations, disconnections, breath work, and so much more. Please reach out with questions or comments, and for more information on Dr. Jenn, check out Integrative Mind and Body Wellness LLC at or email

Episode 111

Episode 111: Acudetox: From Pain to Peace

Jason Friesema sits with Rebecca Aston, Clinical Supervisor and AcuDetox Specialist, to speak on one of the more unique treatment modalities offered at Peaks, AcuDetox. Explaining this modality, providing insightful practical uses, and dispelling common misconceptions, our team takes the time to share this practice with our viewers. For more information on NADA, check out

Episode 109

Episode 109: Sex Addiction: Myths and Truths

Jason Friesema sits with Zach LeFever to discuss process addictions, such as sex addiction, and the adverse relationships that can follow. Defining sex addiction, discussing process addictions, and addressing pornography, this conversation shines a light on essential topics often silenced. Listen in as our team opens the floor to this discussion, and reach out with comments or questions.

Episode 91

Episode 91: Connection and Belonging with Sebastian Junger and Steve Ilardi

In this very special episode, Brandon Burns welcomes back Dr. Stephen Ilardi, author of The Depression Cure and clinical researcher, to help welcome an exceptional guest, Sebastian Junger, investigative journalist as well as critically acclaimed author for works such as; Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging, War, and Freedom among others. These three have riveting conversations about problematic factors in society causing social disconnect and alienation, societal observations of patterns with clinical depression, Sebastian’s incredible near-death experience, and the knowledge that came from such a traumatic experience, along with so much more! This episode holds a plethora of profoundly impactful information and enlightening conversation that will leave viewers with a deeper appreciation for connection, belonging, and life. To learn more bout Sebastian Junger, check out for his collection of books and documentaries.

Episode 84: Addressing Veterans, Pain, Mental Health, and Recovery

In this episode, Brandon and Clinton speak with two special guests, authors Dr. Kerry and Dr. Dustin Brockberg. Their book, “End Your Covert Mission: A Veterans Guide to Fighting Pain and Addiction,” stands as an honest and authentic Manuel for veterans and sheds light on a meaningful discussion surrounding veteran-related issues. Dustin Brockberg shares his experiences as a veteran and the nuances that impacted his adjustment back to civilian life. At the same time, Kerry Brockberg speaks on the psychological aspects met while creating this book. This impactful conversation takes the viewers on a run-through of the most impactful moments in the pages and the most effective steps to transitioning back into civilian life and coping with pain and mental health. To find the Brockberg’s information or to purchase their book, check out their website at

Episode 80: Managing Recovery with Dr. Kevin McCauley

On this very intellectual and inspiring episode, we have a special guest, Dr. Kevin McCauley, a Senior Fellow at The Meadows. He shares how he became interested in the treatment behind substance use disorders while serving as a naval flight surgeon and how it led him to film and direct the two films, “Memo to Self” and “Pleasures Unwoven.” This conversation provides valuable insight into how addiction can be perceived and the interesting concepts, models, and determinants of such complex disorders individuals struggle with.

Episode 75: GGRIT – Choose To Rise

In this episode, we have an extraordinary guest, Megan Buchanan, an aerospace engineer, adventure athlete, and motivational speaker who vulnerably shares how she has overcome the challenges of being diagnosed with dyslexia. This inspiring conversation helped us remember that life is about the journey, not the destination and that we have the choice every day to dig in, grit it out, and get better at dealing with any challenge. Meghan hopes to inspire and teach others to apply GGRIT to reach their full potential.

Episode 69 – The Importance of Work-Life Balance

What does your work-life balance look like for yourself? In this episode, we dive into a unique conversation about the importance of refining your work-life balance, or for better words, work and wellness balance. We touch on the barriers and opportunities behavioral health professionals experience while finding that balance in walking with those who struggle with mental health and substance use disorders.