Committable
S1 Episode 8: Living With It

S1 Episode 8: Living With It

May 4, 2021

And then what?

In the season one finale Jesse engages in conversations with friends and family about what it is like to live with these experiences.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Joanna Yip

Michelle Stockman

Tom Mangan

Susan Mangan

Jean Forward

Jim McQuaid

 

Committable Contributors for this episode are:

Brian Patrick Williams: https://bravelybrian.com/

Michelle Stockman

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

S1 Episode 7: The Baker Act

S1 Episode 7: The Baker Act

April 27, 2021

What is the Baker Act?

In this episode Jesse interviews Bacardi Jackson from the Southern Poverty Law Center about The Baker Act, a mental health law in Florida that was used to involuntarily detain children over 37,000 times in one year.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Bacardi Jackson:

https://www.splcenter.org/about/staff/bacardi-jackson

 

Southern Poverty Law Center:

https://www.splcenter.org/

Costly and Cruel:

https://www.splcenter.org/sites/default/files/com_special_report_baker_act_costly_and_cruel.pdf

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

S1 Episode 6: Outpatient Commitments

S1 Episode 6: Outpatient Commitments

April 20, 2021

What is an outpatient commitment?

Jesse interviews Brian Stettin and Sera Davidow about Assisted Outpatient Treatment.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Brian Stettin:

https://www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org/

“Stopping The Revolving Door”: https://vimeo.com/26171883

 

Sera Davidow:

https://wildfloweralliance.org/

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

S1 Episode 5: Origin of an Idea

S1 Episode 5: Origin of an Idea

April 13, 2021

Where did this idea come from?

Jesse interviews David Cohen about the origin and evolution of psychiatry.

 

Guests in this episode are:

David Cohen:

https://luskin.ucla.edu/person/david-cohen

 

Article on Involuntary Psychiatric Detention:

https://ps.psychiatryonline.org/doi/10.1176/appi.ps.201900477

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

S1 Episode 4: Perspectives

S1 Episode 4: Perspectives

April 6, 2021

How do you navigate this?

Host Jesse Mangan and Committable producer Jim McQuaid interview author Marya Hornbacher, psychologist Sasheen Hazel, and former EMT Joshua Yeager about their experiences navigating commitments.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Marya Hornbacher:

http://www.maryahornbacher.com/

Sasheen Hazel:

http://www.hazelapproach.com/

Joshua Yeager

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

S1 Episode 3: 5 Weeks

S1 Episode 3: 5 Weeks

March 30, 2021

Is coercion necessary?

Host Jesse Mangan explores experiences that led to 5 weeks in a psych ward and producer Jim McQuaid interviews Attorney Lauren Roy and Psychiatrist Paul Puri to gain some much needed perspective on commitments.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Paul Puri:

https://paulrpurimd.com/

https://www.ootify.com/

Lauren Roy: http://mhlac.org/

Tom Mangan

Jean Forward

 

Committable Contributors for this episode are:

Brian Patrick Williams: https://bravelybrian.com/

Michelle Stockman

 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee

http://mhlac.org/

Six Fundamental Rights in Massachusetts

http://mhlac.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/six_fundamental_rights.pdf

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

 

S1 Episode 2: Going Home

S1 Episode 2: Going Home

March 23, 2021

What happens to the community?

Host Jesse Mangan interviews family members, friends and clinical psychologist Pat Corrigan to try and understand how involuntary commitments can impact communities around the person committed.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Pat Corrigan:

http://www.comingoutproudprogram.org/

http://www.stigmaandempowerment.org/

Tom Mangan

Jean Forward

Susan Mangan: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-two-track-mind/id1024725485

Steve Brown

 

Committable Contributors for this episode are:

Brian Patrick Williams: https://bravelybrian.com/

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

S1 Episode 1: Section 12

S1 Episode 1: Section 12

March 17, 2021

Could you be committed?

Host Jesse Mangan intertwines personal experiences and interviews with attorneys and family members to try and figure out what happened twenty years ago when he was involuntarily committed by something called a Section 12.

 

Guests in this episode are:

Steve Schwartz: https://www.centerforpublicrep.org/

Bob Fleischner: https://www.centerforpublicrep.org/

Karen Owen Talley: https://www.publiccounsel.net/

Tom Mangan

 

Committable Contributors for this episode are:

Michelle Stockman

 

Episode transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committables1-episode-1transcript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

Season One Trailer

Season One Trailer

March 16, 2021

Committable is a podcast about involuntary commitments. We focus on stories from people with lived experience as a window into complex conversations with attorneys, physicians, psychologists and more.

 

Trailer transcript: https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committabletrailertranscript

 

Committable is produced by Jesse Mangan, Jim McQuaid and Michelle Stockman.

https://sensiblenonsense.squarespace.com/committable

All music is from the song Reasonable by Christopher G. Brown.

https://christophergbrown.bandcamp.com/track/reasonable

 

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