How to Take Ownership of Your Mental Health

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The idea of figuring out what’s for dinner can be a daunting task–let alone establishing regular mental wellness habits. But taking control of your mental health is more accessible than you think.

Join the host of Calm’s in-app program The Daily Trip Jeff Warren and Beth Behrs, mindfulness enthusiast and sitcom superstar of “Two Broke Girls” and “The Neighborhood” for an open, honest, and at-times-quirky conversation about managing the struggles of mental health.  Beth will explain how she tapped into her creativity to find healing and the inspiration behind her podcast, “Harmonics with Beth Behrs.”

You’ll walk away with daily practices and tips to help you find balance and leave you feeling empowered to implement healthier habits into your routine. 


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Jeff Warren

Author & Meditation Instructor

Jeff Warren is a meditation instructor and journalist celebrated for his dynamic and accessible style of teaching. He’s co-author of The New York Times bestselling Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics, author of The Head Trip – a travel guide to sleeping, dreaming and waking – and founder of The Consciousness Explorers Club, a nonprofit meditation adventure group based in Toronto. His mission is to empower people to care for their own mental health through the realistic, intelligent, and sometimes irreverent exploration of meditation and personal growth practices. Jeff teaches Calm’s 30-day How to Meditate program and offers The Daily Trip, a daily meditation series available only on Calm.

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Beth Behrs

One of Hollywood’s most versatile talents, Beth Behrs is perhaps best known for her breakout role as Caroline Channing on the comedy “2 Broke Girls,” which was created by Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings and ran for six seasons on the Network.

Behrs is actively involved with the charity organizations Children of the Night and American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). In 2017 she co-founded SheHerdPower, an equine therapy program for survivors of sexual assault.