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Season 2 of mental health podcast “Where You Are” launches March 4

​After a successful first season, BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre launches their second season of Where You Are, a podcast that tackles mental health topics affecting children, youth, and their families.
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Season 2 of Where You Are, brought to you by the BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, kicks off on March 4 with the first episode tackling the topic of self-injury among children and youth. Season 1 saw more than 6,200 total downloads. The episode titled When Parenting Gets Tough: How to Support Your Kids When They Are Struggling was the most listened to episode of the season and helped to inform caregivers about different parenting techniques to help children thrive.

Season 2 will continue to provide support and insight into child and youth mental health challenges affecting families in B.C. and beyond. Hosts Michelle Horn and Bryn Askwith from the Mental Health Literacy team at BC Children’s Hospital will be sharing real stories, expert insights, and practical tips on topics ranging from self-injury to healthy eating. 

Season 1 received 5-star reviews across the board on Where You Are’s Apple podcast page. One listener shares, 

“I especially enjoy the mixed expertise of lived experience and clinical… this podcast brings a lightness to an often difficult topic.” 
Another listener notes, 
“This is such an informative and engaging podcast - very easy to listen to! Definitely recommend this podcast for anyone who is interested in child and youth mental health or is interested in better supporting children, youth, and their families.”
Don’t miss an episode and catch up on Season 1! Visit to subscribe or find the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. 
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