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Christopher Molaro

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HST086: Neuroflow and Technology with Christopher Molaro

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Chris Molaro is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, and served for 5 years as a Field Artillery Army officer. He deployed to combat as a platoon leader, where he was awarded the Bronze Star and walked away with a passionate appreciation for how the effectiveness of humans can be improved if trained to be mentally resilient. After transitioning off active duty, Chris co-founded the Veteran literacy non-profit Things We Read, and has received his MBA as a graduate of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. He now serves as the CEO of the digital health software company, NeuroFlow, which uses advanced data analytics from wearables to objectively measure mental states and emotions for behavioral health, wellness, and performance applications. In this episode, you will learn: Chris' background and experiences Integrating physical health and wellness with mental health and wellness Collaboration with mental health professionals Development and description of Neuroflow Therapy not need to be a life-long thing--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/changeyourpov/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/changeyourpov/support

58mins

22 Feb 2021

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F080 How far are we with digitising mental health support? (Christopher Molaro)

Faces of Digital Health

On April 15th this year a panel of experts published a position paper online in the Lancet Psychiatry, where they outlined a proposed government response to curb the long-term "profound" and "pervasive" impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health. Undoubtedly, the global lockdown caused a lot of anxiety in some individuals, depression in others, it is fair to assume some medical professionals will suffer from PTSD after the worst is over. The positive news is, that by today we have many validated digital tools and programs to help patients deal with mental health problems remotely. In this episode, Christopher Molaro, talks about why is access to mental health care still problematic, how can digital tools support providers and patients, and what trends are already visible because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Chris is co-founder of NeuroFlow -  a health care technology company whose goal is to bridge the gap between mental and physical health in all care settings. Chris first started thinking about the need for better mental health support and care coordination when he was still working for the US army. Upon return from his mission in Iraq, he started noticing how veterans and civilians alike face too many barriers when it comes to receiving appropriate, timely care. One of the things that CDC, WHO and other authorities advise us of doing in case of stress, anxiety, fear, sadness and loneliness in this unprecedented times, is to get plenty of sleep, avoid alcohol and drugs, try to eat healthily, keep in contact with your friends, colleagues, and family, and try to destress with deep breaths and meditation. Read WHO recommendations for mental health issues management, as well as the CDC guidelines to ease difficulties occurring during this pandemic. Summary of the show: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/s080-how-far-are-we-with-digitising-mental-health-support-christopher-molaroThe background music in this show was composed by the pop artist based in New York Cheryl B. Engelhardt. Cheryl suffered from debilitating panic attacks her entire life, tried many coping strategies and in the end composed an album called Luminary and started  a daily meditation practice with it. If you wish to find inner calm with her music, you can access it for free on all streaming platforms and meditation apps Insight Timer and Simple Habit. Listen to “Luminary” here

41mins

15 May 2020

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HST086: Neuroflow and Technology with Christopher Molaro

Change Your POV Podcast

Summary: Chris Molaro is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, and served for 5 years as a Field Artillery Army officer. He deployed to combat as a platoon leader, where he was awarded the Bronze Star and walked away with a passionate appreciation for how effectiveness of humans can be improved if trained to be mentally resilient. After transitioning off active duty, Chris co-founded the Veteran literacy non-profit Things We Read, and has received his MBA as a graduate of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. He now serves as the CEO of the digital health software company, NeuroFlow, which uses advanced data analytics from wearables to objectively measure mental states and emotions for behavioral health, wellness and performance applications. In this Episode, you will learn: Chris' background and experiences Integrating physical health and wellness with mental health and wellness Collaboration with mental health professionals Development and description of Neuroflow Therapy not needing to be a life-long thing Links Mentioned In This Episode: Neuroflow Web Site Forbes Article on Neuroflow Want to keep up with all of the Head Space and Timing content? Subscribe Here  You can be sure to find future episodes of Head Space and Timing, and all of the CYPOV Podcast Network Shows, by subscribing through your Podcast player of choice, like iTunes. Using an app makes subscribing and listening to podcasts (both ours and others) so much simpler. Just subscribe to Change Your POV Podcast within your app and it will automatically update every time a new episode is released. Do you want to check out Duane’s latest book, Combat Vet Don’t Mean Crazy? Check it out by finding it on Amazon 

57mins

11 Dec 2018

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HST086: Christopher Molaro - Neuroflow and Mental Health Technology

Head Space and Timing Podcast

Summary:Chris Molaro is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, and served for 5 years as a Field Artillery Army officer. He deployed to combat as a platoon leader, where he was awarded the Bronze Star and walked away with a passionate appreciation for how effectiveness of humans can be improved if trained to be mentally resilient. After transitioning off active duty, Chris co-founded the Veteran literacy non-profit Things We Read, and has received his MBA as a graduate of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 2017.He now serves as the CEO of the digital health software company, NeuroFlow, which uses advanced data analytics from wearables to objectively measure mental states and emotions for behavioral health, wellness and performance applications.In this Episode, you will learn: Chris’ background and experiences Integrating physical health and wellness with mental health and wellness Collaboration with mental health professionals Development and description of Neuroflow Therapy not needing to be a life-long thing Links Mentioned In This Episode:Neuroflow Web SiteForbes Article on NeuroflowWant to keep up with all of the Head Space and Timing content? Subscribe Here You can be sure to find future episodes of Head Space and Timing, and all of the CYPOV Podcast Network Shows, by subscribing through your Podcast player of choice, like iTunes.Using an app makes subscribing and listening to podcasts (both ours and others) so much simpler. Just subscribe to Change Your POV Podcast within your app and it will automatically update every time a new episode is released.Do you want to check out Duane’s latest book, Combat Vet Don’t Mean Crazy? Check it out by finding it on Amazon or finding more about it here:Please Leave a Review on iTunes – Learn How Here.Would you like to be a guest on Head Space and Timing? Follow This Link. ★ Support this podcast ★

57mins

11 Dec 2018

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Christopher Molaro, Co-Founder/CEO of NeuroFlow, LLC

The Entrepreneurs Network Radio

 Rick Anthony talks with Christopher Molaro, Co-Founder/CEO of NeuroFlow, LLC.

17mins

5 Jul 2017