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Our 41st episode of RTNT a very special one, as we are coming together to recognize World Mental Health Day. The World Mental Health Day theme for 2022 is Make Mental Health and Well-Being for All a Global Priority. In addition, Clubhouse International has partnered with the World Federation for Mental Health. The 2022 Clubhouse Campaign is Wellnes…
 
Welcome to the July show of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. Belke will be your host for this June 13th, 2022 episode. *Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto.* Today we are …
 
Welcome to the March show of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. Belke is your host for this March 9th, 2022 episode number 39. *Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto.* Today w…
 
Welcome to the December show of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. Mark was the host for this episode of RTNT December 8th, 2021 episode number 38. *Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downt…
 
Welcome to the August show of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. The show aired on August 11, 2021. It’s our 37th episode! Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, provides a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place; a psycho-social clubhouse approach to mental health reco…
 
Welcome to the 36th episode of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. This month's episode is about Mental Health and Creativity. You will get an opportunity to listen to a discussion over Zoom between members and staff of Progress Place about how having a creative outlet can impact our mood and mental health. Several scientific …
 
Welcome to the April show of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. Julie of RTNT was the host for this April 14, 2021 episode number 35. Today we are going to speak on Mental Health and Pets. First off, we’re going to connect with staff and members of Progress Place to listen in on their Round Table discussion on the topic. We r…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 34 was hosted on February 10th, 2021. This month we sat down with Racquel from Regent Park Communty Centre and Diabetes Education Program and Kaltuma f…
 
Happy World Mental Health Day from all of the members, staff and directors of Progress Place! This year's theme for WMHD is all about investing in mental health and access to care. So we decided to produce a very special episode of our podcast, Radio Totally Normal Toronto, that takes a deep and engaging look at the Clubhouse Model, which is, of co…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 32 was hosted by Janice on CJRU 1280AM, Wednesday, August 12, 2020. This month we're talking about Mental Health and Sports. We had an opportunity to i…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 31 was hosted on July 8th, 2020. This month we sat down with Norma and Linda from the St. James Town Seniors Program at the Community Corner. The secon…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 30 was hosted on June 10th, 2020. This month we sat down with Steven Hughes. The episode was recorded using an online platform and all the participants…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 29 was hosted by RTNT’s Donhaila on May 13th, 2020. This month we’re continuing discussing Mental health and supports during self-isolation. The episod…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 28 was hosted by RTNT’s Susan on April 8, 2020. This month we’re focusing on Mental health and self-isolation. The episode was recorded using an online…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 27 was hosted by RTNT’s Matthew on March 11, 2020 . This month we’re focusing on music and mental health. It is estimated that 1 in 5 Canadians will su…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. This month we’re talking about Mental Health and Music. In an article; “How Listening to Music Can Have Psychological Benefits”, b Kendra Cherry, the positive …
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. This month we’re talking about Mental Health during Winter. A season when everyone tends to spend more time indoors. For those easily withdrawn and isolated; i…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 24 was hosted by RTNT’s Toby on November 13, 2019. This month we’re focusing on winter activities to stay happy and healthy. It is estimated that 1 in …
 
Welcome to the October show of Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. Camelia was the host for the show on October 9th, 2019. This will be Episode 23! Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental health recovery centre in dow…
 
You are listening to Radio Totally Normal Toronto on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca in Toronto. Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. We are now on episode 22! This month we’re focusing on mental health …
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Episode 21 was hosted by RTNT's Mathiaus on August 14th, 2019. This month we’re focusing on mental health in the workplace. It is estimated that 1 in 5 Canadia…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. Our topic for this month is Mental Health and LGBTQ+. The acronym stands for: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer, plus. This posted version of the …
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a clubhouse and mental health recovery centre in downtown Toronto. Today’s episode is all about mental health and education. We will be focusing on an amazing program at George Brown College. Children and you…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a clubhouse and mental health recovery centre in downtown Toronto. Today’s episode is all about mental health and comedy and how the two interact. First up is Bart Campbell from the organization Laughing Like…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health and is produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, which is a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. On this winning Wednesday April 10, 2019, as always we have an eager member of RTNT host the show. Today you will hear an interview with Bretton…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; it is produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. This wonderful Wednesday, March 13th, 2019, we had Johnny, a member of RTNT, hosting the show. Today you will hear an interview and Vox pops of members f…
 
Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health; produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. This wonderful Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, we had Ovita, a member of RTNT, hosting the show with Toby helping with tech! Today we have two interviews lined…
 
Happy New Years' to all! Hope everyone had an excellent Holiday season. Radio Totally Normal Toronto is back at it again ready for 2019. This January 9th show was hosted by Toby with Kam and Ryan working tech. The first part of this show talks about the meaning of National Hot Tea Month. RTNT's Elliada interviewed Carina, a tea enthusiast about his…
 
This month’s RTNT show was hosted by Clinton as we discuss the holiday season. First up you will hear Johnny from RTNT interview Megan Kee, the executive director of TwentyTwenty Arts. TwentyTwenty Arts is united by a shared belief that art can influence social change and is a powerful tool for erasing stigma and improving access to care. 20/20 is …
 
This month’s RTNT show was in support of Movember’s movement towards increasing awareness about men’s health. Movember is the annual event involving growing mustaches to raise awareness of men’s health issues such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s mental health and suicide prevention. The show featured Frank, a student, and Mitch Her…
 
This month’s episode of RTNT is a one hour special for World Mental Health Day. Vincent and Annie are our hosts while we explore impact on young people and mental health in a changing world. ​In this episode you will also hear from three different Clubhouses across Canada; Progress Place based in Toronto , Montreal’s Donald Berman Up House and Pote…
 
On this episode of RTNT, Kristi hosts as we explore two agencies that support women. First up you will hear had RTNT’s Saretta interview Patricia O’Connell Sistering's Executive Director, Tina Shapiro the Drop in and Employment Support Coordinator and Karen, a Peer Support Worker from Sistering. Sistering is a multi-service agency supporting women …
 
On this episode of RTNT, hosted by Julie, we explored mental health and crisis. In this week's episode we interviewed members of the Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT) and a member of FOCUS Toronto. First up, RTNT's Lou sits down with Constable Paul Regan and his partner, nurse Leona Anthony, from MCIT. We gained great insight about the creatio…
 
On this episode of RTNT, Jerry hosts as we dive deep into The Toronto Writers Collective. The TWC was founded in 2012 to encourage voice and illuminate undiscovered strength in Toronto’s most vulnerable communities. First up, RTNT’s Julie sits down with Erdine Hope, a TWC Facilitator to gain insight into the inner workings of the workshops. Next, L…
 
FoodShare is a non-profit organization that works with communities and schools to deliver healthy food and food education. FoodShare's Executive Director Paul Taylor joins Jerry Gluckowsky to discuss food justice and the implications on one's mental health. Rae hosts this episode, which originally aired on March 14th on CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. At…
 
Since October 2017, Radio Totally Normal has expanded to have a live radio show on Ryerson University's CJRU 1280 AM and cjru.ca. The Yonge Street Mission is an organization in the downtown sector that aims to help support Toronto's most susceptible population. They aid families, children, youth, and even communities existing in daily poverty. Jerr…
 
On this episode of RTNT Live, Nat and Julie explore crisis - what is it? How does it affect people within and outside the mental health community? Where can a person experiencing a difficult time find support? To address these questions, McCaffery interviews Nicki Casseres, the Coordinator of Training and Community Education at the Gerstein Crisis …
 
On this episode of RTNT Live, Gaetan and Al introduce Luis de Estores, Derreck Roemer and Rod Radford from the RADAR project(Recovery Advocacy Documentary Action Research), whichuses participatory video, teaching participants how to script, film and edit documentary films. We also had Bill Bissett and Naomi Laufer perform poetry and talk about the …
 
On today's episode of RTNT we jump into CIRCUS!! And how it relates to mental health, of course. RTNT member Julie speaks with Rachel, Izzy and Dai (pictured above) about Social Circus Circle or SoCirc, for short. SoCirc is a Toronto based non-profit organization, that uses circus to provide social development and support through the physical activ…
 
Inspired by the idea of red tape, Radio Totally Normal Toronto brings you an episode about money and mental health. Living with a mental illness sometimes means having a reliable and sufficient income can be challenging. In this episode, we'll be talking about social assistance, health, poverty and stigma. It's an eye opener. Our guests are: (4:28)…
 
The RTNT crew is so happy to bring you our second episode. A little late, but better late than never, right? This episode explores comedy and theatre as ways of exploring and understanding what it means to live with mental illness. (3mo4), (11m13) Our first two interviews are with Bart Campbell and Michael Arnold from Laughing Like Crazy, a peer su…
 
The RTNT team proudly presents Episode 1 of our new podcast. You'll find discussion about mental health, music and an audio tour of Progress Place. We hope you love it as much as we loved making it! ​Segment 1: Music in this episode is by The Wooden Sky Elevator Boy Podington Bear Broke for Free Keith Holmes…
 
We are so happy to showcase a preview of our brand new podcast, Radio Totally Normal Toronto (RTNT). Our first complete episode will be available in January but just to whet your appetite here is a piece created to celebrate the 2016 Flashmob to stomp out stigma! The flash mob took place on October 6th, 2016 as part of Mental Illness Awareness Week…
 
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