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Sheila Houlahan

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Sheila Houlahan Talks About Mental Health & the Stigma Around it - SB Original Podcast

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Sheila Houlahan is an Indian-American actress, model, singer, musician, producer, and mental health advocate. She has also trained for hand-to-hand combat and Krav Maga and is fluent in English, Italian, and Hindi. In the recently released film, “The Little Things” she acts besides “Denzel Washington”, “Remi Malek” and “Jared Lato”. Other prominent appearances include the Amazon Prime series “The Scottish Play”, “Z-Nation,”, “The Wonderland Murders,”, “Beloved Beast” and "Wallflower".  She has also won the Metropolitan Opera Competition District Award and performed on Volta’s soundtrack “Cirque du Soleil” and  “Destiny 2”

15mins

12 Jul 2021

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Actress Sheila Houlahan

The Neil Haley Show

Today on the Caregiver Dave Celebrity Segment, Dave Nassaney and Neil Haley will interview Sheila Houlahan. Sheila will talk about her acting journey and life experiences. Sheila Houlahan is an Indian-American actress and singer with a growing resume. From television and film to music and modeling, her authenticity stands out in all her performances. Houlahan is well on her way to building a successful career, with many industry types taking notice of her diverse abilities and skill set. Houlahan can be seen in the supporting role of Paige Callahan in Warner Bros.'s new feature film "The Little Things", written and directed by John Lee Hancock and starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto. The film premieres on HBO Max January 29th, 2021Website - https://www.sheilahoulahan.com/Twitter- https://twitter.com/sheilahoulahan?s=20Instagram-  https://www.instagram.com/sheilahoulahan/?hl=en

28mins

17 May 2021

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Actress Sheila Houlahan

Celebrity Interviews

Today on the Caregiver Dave Celebrity Segment, Dave Nassaney and Neil Haley will interview Sheila Houlahan. Sheila will talk about her acting journey and life experiences.  Sheila Houlahan is an Indian-American actress and singer with a growing resume. From television and film to music and modeling, her authenticity stands out in all her performances. Houlahan is well on her way to building a successful career, with many industry types taking notice of her diverse abilities and skill set. Houlahan can be seen in the supporting role of Paige Callahan in Warner Bros.'s new feature film "The Little Things", written and directed by John Lee Hancock and starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto. The film premieres on HBO Max January 29th, 2021 Website - https://www.sheilahoulahan.com/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/sheilahoulahan?s=20 Instagram-  https://www.instagram.com/sheilahoulahan/?hl=en

27mins

17 May 2021

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How to #StopAsianHate and Deal with Grief on the Covid Anniversary: An Interview with Sheila Houlahan

The Mental Health and Wealth Show

Since the pandemic began, there have been so many violent attacks and other forms of racism towards Asian-Americans. Unfortunately, this Covid-related violence is not getting talked about as much as it should. So in this episode, I speak with Indian-American actress and singer Sheila Houlahan who is outspoken about what is going on in the Asian-American community. We talked about dealing with grief and trauma on the Covid anniversary and how you can be an ally and help stop the hate toward Asian-Americans in this very important time. Plus, learn how being a creative actually affects your mental health and wealth. “We are hitting the one-year anniversary mark for going into quarantine. And as they say in trauma therapy, once you hit that one year mark your acute trauma becomes chronic.” - Sheila Houlahan “I get that people are angry. I get that they’re frustrated, that they're depressed, that they feel impotent but like, there are healthier ways to process those feelings that don’t involve being completely horrifically violent to Asian-American elders.” - Sheila Houlahan Timestamps 2:42 - Sheila’s mental health journey and how she became an advocate 6:00 - The concentric circle of grief theory, the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, and how people may be experiencing chronic trauma today 12:15 - Why there’s violence against Asian-American (AAPI) community, why they’re not being acknowledged, and how some people are even trying to pit AAPI against BIPOC 19:00 - What we can do to support the AAPI community in our own little way 21:18 - How we can help stop the Asian hate and violence 27:53 - How Sheila manages her mental health being an actress and her advice on how to deal with rejections 35:10 - Sheila’s tip on what to do during a job interview 36:50 - How to manage finances when you have variable income 42:15 - Sheila sang part of her favorite song ‘No Choir’ by Florence and the Machine Resources  ‘Night, Mother: A Play by Marsha Norman Kassandra Dassent Interview Connect with Sheila Instagram Connect with Melanie mentalhealthandwealth.com melanielockert.com Instagram Contact: mentalhealthandwealthshow@gmail.com Want more content and support?  Sign up for the Mental Hump Newsletter and get our free Mental Health and Money inventory worksheet. You can sign up at MentalHealthandWealth.com.  Also, we host a Mental Health and Wealth Hangout every other Thursday over Zoom at 5 pm PT to chat about all things money and mental health. Join here! If you’d like to support the podcast, you can do so here: https://ko-fi.com/melanielockert

45mins

12 Mar 2021

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S4 E3–Sheila Houlahan

The Asian Highway presents Storytellers in Action

This week on Storytellers in Action, we speak with Indian-American actress and singer Sheila Houlahan. Sheila is a Seattle native and is best known for her role portraying Optima Prime in the feature movie Wallflower and a recurring co-star role on SyFy's "Z-Nation." Not only do we speak to Sheila about how her identity intersects with her career in the entertainment industry, but we also speak on mental health issues. Sheila uses her platform to chronicle her own journey with mental health issues and aims to end stigmas surrounding the topic. Tune in to see why Sheila is passionate about facilitating better structuralized mental health care in the country.

41mins

23 Dec 2019

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ES029 Dreaming is the Biggest Gift of All w/ Sheila Houlahan Electropop Singer

Every Sing

Dreaming is the biggest gift we can give to other people. I want to show anybody no matter where they are in life that there is nothing preventing them from following those dreams, and being able to dream again. - Sheila Houlahan   Sheila Houlahan, cross-over artist from opera, is now an Electropop artist and song writer, and sings under the name iamshiiila. Electropop is a variant of synth-pop that places more emphasis on a harder, electronic sound.   The best places to connect with Sheila are twitter and instagram @iamshiiila  You’ll find her on youtube, sound cloud, google and everywhere else under iamshiiila https://www.sheilahoulahan.com   The martial art that Sheila references is Krav Maga   The song played at the beginning of the show is Achieve by Sheila featuring Junior Reid.   The song at the end is Keep On Marching On by Sheila Houlahan   Join the Every Sing podcast group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/1711090705861666/    Every Sing on Twitter: @Every_Sing_Pod   Nancy’s website: NancyBos.net   Support this podcast through a small monthly donation and receive great rewards at https://www.patreon.com/everysing   Podcast Cover Art by Ken Feisel at kenfeiseldesign.com

53mins

12 Feb 2018