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In this show, shot live on location in New Zealand, Maori Chief Rangi Ahipene shares his wisdom on "mental health," the state of the world and how we can heal.

In this episode of Empower! co-host Oryx Cohen sits down with Matt Ball, voted Best Mental Health Nurse in Australia for 2017, and fellow co-founder of the Humane Clinic, Stephanie Mitchell, to discuss exciting new developments in South Australia, including Psychosis 365 (more information on how you can become involved is here:

Dan traveled to Australia to deliver two Emotional CPR trainings, one in Sydney and the other in Melbourne.  The content for eCPR in Australia was shot on location in Melbourne, Australia and includes interviews with leaders in Australia who are working to spread eCPR across the country.

Oryx traveled to Rio, Brazil to deliver two keynote presentations at a national Mental Health Forum where over 20 states of Brazil were represented.  One presentation was on Emotional CPR and the other was on the Hearing Voices Network.  Oryx was there because Brazil is very interested in bringing alternative mental health and peer-run modalities to the country.

Dan and Oryx traveled to Chicago for an Emotional CPR retreat where 15 Emotional CPR trainers from around the country met for a day and a half to plan the future of Emotional CPR.  Emotional CPR is a public health practice that teaches anybody to be able to assist another person through and emotional crisis.  

Hosted by Oryx Cohen COO and Dan Fisher CEO of the National Empowerment Center.

As consultants they share a unique experience in helping individuals and groups develop the knowledge and ability to transform the mental health service system toward a more recovery-oriented and consumer-and family-driven approach.