Episode 14: Social Interactions and Connections – Finding Joy in the Process, PART 3

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is pleased to present our podcast episode “Social Interactions and Connections” as the third and final one in a three-part series entitled “Finding Joy in the Process: Managing Mental Health in the MS Journey.” This program is part of MSAA’s 2024 MS Awareness Month theme – Improving Lives Through Supportive Connections. Our guest, Amy B. Sullivan, PsyD, ABPP, is a behavioral medicine specialist and an Associate Professor of Medicine along with being the Director of Behavioral Medicine & Research at the Mellen Center for MS. In this episode, Dr. Sullivan discusses how MS impacts daily routines, relationships, and social life and the benefit of social interactions and connections when someone is managing mental health and MS.

This episode was produced and recorded at Gradwell House Recording in Haddon Heights, NJ. Music provided by The New Anxiety (Tim Recuber and John Masino III).  

For a transcript of this program, please click here.

Para obtener una transcripción de este programa en español, haga clic aquí.

To listen to Part 1, click here.  To listen to Part 2, click here.

MSAA strives to provide useful, up-to-date information, on matters of concern to MS patients and their families. This material is intended for general informational purposes only, and it does not constitute medical advice. You should not use the information presented as a means of diagnosis or for determining treatment. For diagnosis and treatment options, you are urged to consult your physician.