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THE NEW HEALTH CLUB
Jan 16, 2020
This is The New Health Club Podcast. Some neural awareness for you.
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Dec 14, 2022
Rock Feilding - Mellen - Psychedelic assisted therapy & guided entheogenic ceremonies will be our future tools.
This is the last episode for 2022 and what a year it was. But before 2023 starts, we have a great episode for you, which gives you a taste of what’s to come at TNHC in 2023: live podcasts and events with an audience. I find this such an energetic experience to have an audience in the room and also provide room again for live Q & A. My guest was Rock Feilding-Mellen. He is from the family of Beckley organisations in the UK. And one of these companies is Beckley Retreats, which he co-founded with his mother, Amanda Feilding, who is also the founder and CEO of the Beckley Foundation, a great friend and inspiration to me. The Beckely foundation spear-headed much of the most groundbreaking scientific research upon which the new psychedelic renaissance is being built right now. But being the son of the “Queen of the Psychedelic Renaissance” likes Forbes calls Amanda, wasn’t always easy for Rock. In this episode Rock talks about his route, via business and politics, to the realisation of how transformational and healing psychedelic assisted therapy can be. And how Europe will play a big part in the current booming psychedelic renaissance. https://www.beckleyfoundation.org/
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Nov 16, 2022
Patrick Cox - about shoes, celebrity, trauma and how 5-MeO-DMT saved his life.
My guest today is Patrick Cox and I have to say, he is a very special guest, because I bought his shoes to be cool. Patrick’s shoes made you belong to the so called cool Britannia in the 90ties: The band Oasis wore them, glamorous DJs and rockstars, cool Londoners, the cool nightlife world wore them. More than that. The whole fashion world liked Patrick’s fashion taste. Patrick was a design super star, his nickname, Janet Jackson gave it to him, was "Party Pat". And Party Pat had everything. Celebrity friends like Elton John lots of money, charm, party stamina, talent, humour, until these things turned out to cover up his old trauma, the one that he experienced at age 4. Patrick never thought about it any more. But a few years ago, Patrick lost everything, his company and his ability to ignore the old trauma with his certified tools: travelling, partying and ignoring. So he tried everything, to save his mental health, but nothing worked. He even told his friends about a possible suicide. Before it was too late, he found toad venom, aka 5 MeoDMT. Toad Venom is found in the poison of Bufo alvarius, a toad native to the Sonoran desert in Mexico. After a few experiences, Patrick said, he didn’t hate himself any more. he found out, there was nothing wrong with him. The only question was, who would he be now? Patrick and I talk about how an intervention form Elton Johns feels like, how alcohol lost it’s so called cool, why heavy partying and depression are siblings, how generation X never leaned anything about healing. And how trauma, you have experienced so long ago, will catch up with you, even if you have everything you think we should have.
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Oct 5, 2022
Tobias Silberzahn/ McKinsey - On mental health 3.0 in your company.
Tobias Silberzahn is a Partner in McKinsey’s Berlin office where he is a member of the Healthcare Practice and the Innovation Practice. McKinsey, called “The Form”, is one of the most famous management consulting groups and supposed to know it all. They charge corporations top dollar to help them run with state-of-the-art efficiency. McKinsey gets called in when things are good or bad to help bosses make difficult decisions. Over the last 13 years with McKinsey, Tobias has served mainly digital health startups, established healthcare companies and ministries of health. He lead McKinsey's global Health Tech Network, a community of >1500 digital health companies. His focus area is healthcare innovation and health-tech business building where he supports clients on R&D, commercialisation and scaling questions, he also hosts the McKinsey MedTech R&D Roundtable, the Pharma Technical Development Forum. Within McKinsey, he co-leads the health & wellbeing programs for employees in Germany and Austria, focused on sleep, nutrition, stress management and fitness. So Tobias needs to look into new mental health tools if it comes to employees, but at one point he might look as McKinsey into psychedelic pharma companies. Tobias and I talk about the great resignation, the idea of health that Generation Z, Millennials and generation X has developed and the future of a corporate mental health can look like. And, as you can imagine, I try to engage with Tobias in a conversation about how psychedelics will enter a future work space, since all the current corporate companies are really challenged and need to change from within. Lets see, how.
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