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WELS podcasts: The Well Mind Podcast

Podcast: The Well Mind Podcast

Host: Dr. Ben Kohls

Description: “The primary focus of this podcast is to engage people in discussions about a broad range of topics related to wellness, with a special emphasis on mental wellness. It is my hope and intent that the topics and themes covered during this podcast will serve to promote and enrich your understanding and practice of wellness in your relationships, professional life, and your mind and body.”

A taste of previous topics: Topics covered include spiritual wellness, relationships, mental health diagnoses, depression, addiction, public health, parenting, and so much more.

Length: 60-90 minutes

Some thoughts: Dr. Ben Kohls is currently director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate program at Bethany Lutheran College. He brings over 15 years of experience as a practicing clinical mental health counselor. His passion for personal growth and living well is evident throughout his conversations with his very accomplished guests. Some of Kohls’ guests are WELS; others are experts in mental health and other related fields.

Each episode features an in-depth conversation surrounding mental wellness topics, from family resiliency and maternal mental health to suffering, compassion, and selfcare. Kohls seamlessly weaves Christianity and its connection with wellness into some of the conversations he shares with his podcast guests. While podcast episodes are not overtly doctrinal or Lutheran in nature, listeners will gain a greater understanding of mental and emotional well-being from Kohls’ Bible-based perspective.

Url: podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ben-kohls

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Volume 111, Number 01
Issue: January 2024

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