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The Filter Podcast S2 Ep.1 | Therapize This: Therapists Talk Mental Health

In a year full of ups and downs, here's what we learned

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This season of The Filter podcast is focusing on lessons learned during moments of crisis.

In this episode, hosts Ieshia Downton and Vicky Diaz-Camacho have a conversation with two licensed therapists, Breora Page and Dr. Rebeca Chow, who share what they’ve seen over the past 18 months. Dr. Chow specializes in play therapy with a focus on helping children and families. Page specializes in helping support folks with trauma linked to domestic violence.

Plus, we sat down with Cecil Wattree, founder of the Black Mental Health Initiative and a social worker, who says barriers to getting help are sometimes as basic as not having a ride to a therapist’s office. His solution? Help should come to them. 


Production team credits: Ieshia Downton, Vicky Diaz-Camacho, Naina Rao, Felicia Diaz, PJ Kelly, and Ana Parra.

Theme song credit: Aysia Berlynn and Primary Color Music.

Production support for this podcast is brought to you by The Post Haus, a full service post production audio agency. Find more information here. (Courtesy)

Vicky Diaz-Camacho covers community affairs for Kansas City PBS. Ieshia Downton is the social media coordinator for Kansas City PBS.

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