This podcast series is produced by TEAM (Tools for Entertainment and Media) Up, a project of the Entertainment Industries Council, to help entertainment and news media create accurate stories and portrayals of people with mental health challenges.
Mental health and the news media with Rebecca Palpant
Rebecca Palpant is assistant director of The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism at The Carter Center Mental Health Program, where she develops and oversees a project that each year awards stipends to 10 professional journalists to produce a significant work on mental health or mental illnesses.
Mental health stigma research with Dr. Bernice A. Pescosolido
Bernice A. Pescosolido is distinguished professor of sociology at Indiana University and director of the Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research. Dr. Pescosolido has focused her research and teaching on social issues in health, illness and healing.
Mental health and the entertainment media with Dr. Drew Pinsky
Drew Pinsky, best known as Dr. Drew, is a practicing physician, board-certified in internal and addiction medicine. He’s hosted the nationally syndicated radio talk show "Loveline" since the show's inception in 1984. On television, he hosts the talk show "Dr. Drew" on HLN, as well as the daytime series "Lifechangers" on the The CW.