A Wirral-based podcast has been launched to encourage others to speak about their psychological well being.
The Correct Psychological Podcast was launched by associates, Tom Davies and Chris Redmond, in February. The podcast releases new episodes each Monday on Spotify, Amazon and iTunes.
The chums discovered that chatting about their psychological well being helped them throughout their very own struggles. They hope the podcast can encourage others to affix them and normalise the dialog on psychological well being.
Tom Davies mentioned: “While you’re struggling, talking out is so troublesome. We use the phrase relatable quite a bit as a result of weren’t consultants, we are able to’t give individuals recommendation, but it surely’s the relatability of listening to different individuals.
“When Chris and I communicate, we’re simply two blokes in our late thirties, we each have youngsters and we each have jobs. We hope that individuals can relate to that.”
The Correct Psychological Podcast has welcomed visitors resembling Bafta award profitable filmmaker, Hannah Currie, and former Tranmere Rovers footballer, Alex Hay.
The chums additionally help the area people by way of their organisations specialising in bodily and psychological well being.
Tom Davies is the founding father of Motion Restored, which provides mobility courses, yoga and motion teaching to native residents. Chris Redmond is the director of not-for-profit organisation, Operating Head First, which inspires psychological wellbeing by way of bodily exercise.
Tom added: “It doesn’t actually matter whether or not they’ve gained a Bafta or ran the size of the UK. They’re a human being, they’ve these experiences and we’re simply attempting to point out that it doesn’t actually matter what your state of affairs is, it’s regular.
“We mentioned initially, if one individual finds us on social media on the proper time and place and it offers them an hour to really feel a bit higher then we take that as a win.
“The truth that individuals are downloading and saying they’re getting stuff out of it’s unbelievable. It has hit much more than we thought it could.”