The Ellie Press Room
MinnPost Reviews Our Book!
Minnpost talks about the book, “How to Stop Freaking the %#$ Out!”, and how Erin and Kyle aim to de-stigmatize mental health using humor.
Live Authentic Clothing Line Released
The Live Authentic Brand is about owning who you are, and doping good in the process! 1/2 of all profits are donated to the World Wildlife Fund and the Human Rights Campaign.
Ellie team launches first psychedelic-assisted therapy clinic in MN
Ellie Family Services’ co-founders Erin Pash & Kyle Keller, partner with director of Ellie’s community-Based Services, Kyle Ross and physician Dr. Manoj Doss to launch the first psychedelic-assisted therapy clinic in Minnesota, called the Institute for Integrative Therapies. Their new St. Paul location opens May 1st, 2021.
Erin on the news for for Mental Health Awarenesses Month!
WCCO host, Kim Johnson, interviews Erin for Mental Health Awareness Month! Erin and Kim discuss the barrie r to accessing mental health care, and getting support.
Erin and Kyle speak with WCCO about the book!
Erin and Kyle speak with WCCO’s Kim Johnson about their book, “How to Stop Freaking the %#$@ Out!”. The book utilizes humor to deal with worrisome thoughts and feelings, when “deep breathing doesn’t work”.
Ellie offers police wellness visits
Kim Johnson reports on the collaborative initiative between Ellie and the West St Paul police department. Supporting the community by bringing wellness consultations to law enforcement personnel.
Erin on the news for for Holiday Tips!
WCCO host, Kim Johnson, interviews Erin to discuss tips and tricks for navigating mental health, and relationships during the holiday season.
Police Mental Health
Matt Johnson talks to WCCO news’ Cory Hepola about our efforts to bring mental health support to Police officers, law enforcement personnel and first responders.
Let’s talk about anxiety
Cory Hepola, WCCO radio host, and Matt Johnson, Ellie therapist and director, talk about how anxiety and the importance of normalizing mental health distress.
Ellie’s Founder Erin Pash and director Matt Johnson talk with Cory Hepola and WCCO about our approach to changing mental health and the ways in which it’s treated.