CASAT

University of Nevada, Reno

About the CASAT Podcast Network

The CASAT Podcast Network is a collection of behavioral health podcasts developed and produced at the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT), located at the University of Nevada, Reno.  The CASAT Podcast Network includes dozens of episodes on a variety of topics spanning wellness, collegiate life, and professional development.  Listeners can access podcast episodes on Anchor.fm, Spotify, and other listening sites.  Don’t forget to share your favorite episodes with friends and follow CASAT on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram: @CASATUNR

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CASAT Conversations

CASAT Conversations is a resource for exploring behavioral health topics. These topics explore the complex connection between how our environment, behaviors and actions impact our health and wellbeing. With a wide-range of timely topics, CASAT Conversations is geared towards having meaningful conversations with people sharing their capacity for personal growth and change, coupled with subject matter expert educational insights.

Lions Tigers and Bears MI

Lions Tigers and Bears MI

You know Motivational Interviewing (MI) as an evidence-based counseling method for behavior change, but are you getting the most out of it? Join longtime friends, colleagues, and Motivational Interviewing Network Trainers Amy Shanahan and Paul Warren as they discuss the intricacies of MI spirit, intentionality, evoking change talk, and reveal what MI is not.  If you want to increase your MI skills, reflect on your practice, and improve your partnership with clients, link arms with Amy and Paul as they venture down the yellow brick road.

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Pack Chats

Candid conversations with students at the University of Nevada. Join us as we talk about subjects that college students deal with but rarely get talked about. We want this podcast to be a way for people to share their journeys and be a way for students to feel less alone. Every student has a story, and sometimes all we need is someone to listen.