Kevin Donaldson knows suffering.
Suffering was the springboard from his childhood into a precarious relationship as he climbed the ranks as a police officer. His suffering spiraled after a nearly fatal shooting while on active duty.
This incident became an ideal storm in which he began the dependent dance with alcohol, drugs, suicidal ideations, and depression.
Now clean and sober, Kevin is a leading advocate for mental health, especially for those on the front line. Kevin is a keynote speaker and the face for the men in crisis across the east coast. Kevin is the host of the critically acclaimed podcast, The Suffering Podcast, which ranks in the top 1% globally.
Detective Chris Anderson
Former Homicide Investigator Chris Anderson has been witness to the worst humanity has to offer.
Chris is a man of duty, valor, and honor, yet was met with a daily reminder of the horrors that evil gives birth to. These images became all-consuming
and produced a version of himself he did not recognize. His investigative career nearly destroyed his family and left him in despair.
Currently, Chris is waging war on wrongful convictions and has been the television star of The First 48 and Investigation Discovery's true crime show Reasonable Doubt. Chris and his partner Fatima Silva launched their globally ranking podcast, Crime, and Cookie Juice in the fall of 2022.
In The Press
When we close our minds to the possibilities of healing and help we are guaranteed a one-way ticket to darkness. Kevin Donaldson and Chris Anderson are leveling the the playing field for those who understand that there is no shame in mental illness. When we start the conversation, everything gets better.
Introducing Dr. Sherrie Campbell
Dr. Sherrie Campbell is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience. She holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of Southern California.
Dr. Campbell is the author of two books, "Loving Yourself: The Mastery of Being Your Own Person" and "But It's Your Family...: Cutting Ties with Toxic Family Members and Loving Yourself in the Aftermath". She is also a regular contributor to various media outlets, including Entrepreneur, The Huffington Post, and MindBodyGreen, where she writes about topics such as relationships, self-improvement, and mental health.
In addition to her writing, Dr. Campbell is a sought-after speaker and has given presentations on various topics related to mental health, including stress management, communication skills, and relationship building. She has also appeared as a guest expert on numerous television and radio shows.
Dr. Campbell currently runs her own private practice in Southern California, where she provides individual and group therapy to clients dealing with a range of mental health issues. She is known for her compassionate and non-judgmental approach to therapy, and for her ability to help clients make positive changes in their lives.