ABOUT

Join co-hosts Dr. Jason Lahood and Kendall Alaimo as they smack down some real talk about mental health. They met by serendipity as patients at a ketamine clinic in Chicago that “sentenced them to life.” They both battle with lifelong PTSD and are experts in the field of trauma recovery. Through this podcast they are making noise through their mental health megaphones in order to break stigma. This sometimes comedic podcast takes a unique perspective on all things mental health through interviews with clinical experts, trauma survivors and everyday folks who just wake up on the wrong side of the head.

MEET THE VOICES

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Meet Dr. Jason LaHood

Dr. Jason LaHood is a Clinical Psychologist with a sometimes nicely groomed faux hawk. When he isn’t eating Jimmy John’s sandwiches, speeding through Downtown Chicago on his Vespa, or tripping off of Ketamine, he conducts research in the area of suicide. He has an office view that surpasses most penthouse suites. He is treating trauma survivors that have been “sentenced to life.”

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Meet Kendall Alaimo

Kendall Alaimo is a survivor of child sexual abuse and child sex trafficking. She is an international Activist and public speaker, who finds humor in being “sentenced to life.” When she isn’t throwing down paint on canvas, riding the subway with her unbathed service dog Winston or speed dating in the express line at Trader Joe’s, she is using her voice as a catalyst for globally innovating clinical care for PTSD.

To learn more about Kendall please visit: kendallalaimo.com/

Meet Steve Robinson

Around here at the Sentenced to Life Podcast we like to refer to our producer, Steve Robinson, as “The Head Cheese.” Steve has produced classical and Jazz music programs and managed radio stations across the U. S. and internationally. While at WBUR, he created a Saturday morning live call-in program about high fidelity called “Shop Talk”, which became the model for “Car Talk”, one of the most successful programs in public radio history. He has been the recipient of many awards but is still anxiously waiting for his mental health megaphone metal. He is the Executive Director and founder of New Media Productions. He lives with his lovely wife Beth who is the host of a podcast about the history and culture of Jewish food called “The Big Schemer”.

MEET THE VOICES

Meet Dr. Jason LaHood

Dr. Jason LaHood is a Clinical Psychologist with a sometimes nicely groomed faux hawk. When he isn’t eating Jimmy John’s sandwiches, speeding through Downtown Chicago on his Vespa, or tripping off of Ketamine, he conducts research in the area of suicide. He has an office view that surpasses most penthouse suites. He is treating trauma survivors that have been “sentenced to life.”

Meet Kendall Alaimo

Kendall Alaimo is a survivor of child sexual abuse and child sex trafficking. She is an international Activist and public speaker, who finds humor in being “sentenced to life.” When she isn’t throwing down paint on canvas, riding the subway with her unbathed service dog Winston or speed dating in the express line at Trader Joe’s, she is using her voice as a catalyst for globally innovating clinical care for PTSD.

To learn more about Kendall please visit: kendallalaimo.com/

Meet Steve Robinson

Around here at the Sentenced to Life Podcast we like to refer to our producer, Steve Robinson, as “The Head Cheese.” Steve has produced classical and Jazz music programs and managed radio stations across the U. S. and internationally. While at WBUR, he created a Saturday morning live call-in program about high fidelity called “Shop Talk”, which became the model for “Car Talk”, one of the most successful programs in public radio history. He has been the recipient of many awards but is still anxiously waiting for his mental health megaphone metal. He is the Executive Director and founder of New Media Productions. He lives with his lovely wife Beth who is the host of a podcast about the history and culture of Jewish food called “The Big Schemer”.

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