WOMEN OF FAITH SHOW with ALITA REYNOLDS
Featuring Dr. Melyn Galbreath
Compassionate Care | Alita Reynolds and Dr. Melyn Galbreath
I am excited to share the latest episode of our Women of Faith Show, where I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Melyn Galbreath, a mental health professional and advocate. During our conversation, Dr. Melyn shared some powerful insights and advice that will be valuable for all of us. Here are a few of my favorite takeaways from our conversation:
- Expand your social circle: Dr. Melyn emphasized the importance of having a supportive network of friends, family, and colleagues, especially during difficult times. She encouraged us to actively seek out new relationships and be intentional about nurturing the ones we already have.
- Don't isolate yourself: Dr. Melyn stressed that isolation is one of the most damaging things we can do when struggling with mental health issues. She urged us to reach out for help, whether talking to a friend or seeking professional support.
- Prioritize self-care: Dr. Melyn shared some of her self-care practices, such as praying in the morning and asking for wisdom and insight. She also recommended listening to inspirational podcasts or music in the afternoon to help her stay motivated and focused.
Please take the time to listen to this episode and hear more of Dr. Melyn's wisdom and insights.
Listen for these Highlights:
- Coping mechanisms for healthcare workers.
- Sharing faith in patient care.
- Overcoming addiction and adversity.
- Positive affirmations for mental health.
- Self-worth and relationships.
- Overcoming lack of confidence.
- God-given self-worth.
- Seeking Help for Mental Health.
- Unique mental health perspective.
I am wildly cheering you on,
About DR. M. MELYN GALBREATH, PMHNP-BC
Dr. Galbreath has spent over 27 years serving the healthcare industry, which includes providing primary care to special populations such as migrant farm workers, the rural indigent, the incarcerated, and in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She completed undergraduate studies at Lipscomb University, earned her Masters of Science in Nursing at Vanderbilt University, and later completed a Doctor of Philosophy in Exercise, Nutrition, and Preventive Health at Baylor University. Published as a first author in peer-reviewed journals, Dr. Galbreath is passionate about her work as a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner and is proud to serve clients in areas that include Tennessee’s Appalachian Highlands.
Together with her husband, Mark Negley, founder of www.GreaterThanThat.org their mission is to provide hope and community for those of us who have experienced loss. We want you to know that you’re not alone and that we can help you navigate this journey by providing insight and contact with others who understand what it’s like to walk this road. Through the Survive-Alive-Thrive social network, we strive to provide support, resources, and encouragement while you’re grieving. By walking together, we are committed to providing you with a pathway to happiness and strategies to live a joy-filled life following a loss.