About


Call to Mind is APM | MPR’s initiative to foster
new conversations about mental health.

Mental wellbeing is for everyone. All of us experience various levels of mental wellbeing at different points in our life. Half of us will personally experience at least one mental health condition in our lifetime. And yet misconception and discrimination still exist, causing people to feel shame, suffer in silence, and either not seek or be able to access treatment.

The time is now to move forward and address mental health.

 

STAFF

Babette Apland,  Managing Director     E: bapland@americanpublicmedia.org P: 651-228-4853

Babette Apland, Managing Director
E: bapland@americanpublicmedia.org
P: 651-228-4853

Sam Choo,  Content Manager   E: schoo@americanpublicmedia.org P: 651-290-1217

Sam Choo, Content Manager
E: schoo@americanpublicmedia.org
P: 651-290-1217

Laura Reller,  Marketing Manager     E: ldaugherty@mpr.org P: 651-228-4902

Laura Reller, Marketing Manager
E: ldaugherty@mpr.org
P: 651-228-4902

Jeyca Maldonado-Medina,  Associate Digital Producer   E: jmedina@americanpublicmedia.org P: 651-228-4869

Jeyca Maldonado-Medina, Associate Digital Producer
E: jmedina@americanpublicmedia.org
P: 651-228-4869

 

More from APM

American Public Media (APM) is the largest station-based public radio organization in the U.S., combining multi-regional station operations, national content creation and distribution in one organization. Check out these APM podcasts that focus on different aspects of mental health:

 

The Hilarious World of Depression is a podcast about clinical depression… with laughs. In each episode, John Moe hosts frank, moving and, yes, funny conversations about mental health with top celebrities and comedians like Peter Sagal, Neal Brennan, and Andrew Zimmern. Learn more at hilariousworld.org.

Terrible, Thanks for Asking is an award-winning podcast that explores themes of loss, loneliness and other uncomfortable topics with unique heart and humor. Hosted by writer Nora McInerny, each episode talks to a normal person who’s experienced something terrible, and simply lets them answer the question “how are you?” honestly.  Learn more at ttfa.org.