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We're Totally (Not) OK

Toronto actors Caleigh Le Grand & Tanya Bevan explore the intersection between mass media culture and mental health.
Dec 09 2016

Ep 2: Addiction, Depression & MC Hammer w/ Katie Robinette

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We're Totally (Not) OK

Ep 2: Addiction, Depression & MC Hammer w/ Katie Robinette

01:28:26 Download (81MB)

In our second episode, we sit down with Healthy Minds Canada Executive Director, Katie Robinette, to chat about addiction, workplace depression, and how the art of film fits into the organization’s advocacy for mental health awareness.

We talk about the similarities between self-help books and acting resources and, if you listen closely enough, you can hear Tanya colouring in our adult colouring book that helps with stress reduction, as well as our dance moves near the end of our episode when we share the secrets behind “Hammer time” – little bits of magic that, left to the hands of professional editors, would have been cut out. You’re welcome.

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