Welcome to the Help Show!

The Help Show is a podcast dedicated to connecting individuals to mental health community resources. The podcast was started by Dallas, Texas Native, NiEtta Reynolds following tragedy the death of a dear friend. From the life-changing event of her friend’s suicide two years ago, The Help Show was born. NiEtta’s friend suicide came as a shock to her. She didn’t see the warning signs of her friend’s severe depression. Following her friend’s suicide, NiEtta devoted enormous amounts of time towards research mental health and wellness. It is that research that sparked her passion for spreading mental health awareness and the epiphany that others (here in Dallas as well as World-wide) struggle with difficulties of depression.

The Help Show is more than a podcast. It is movement that is focused on change:

  1. Want to change the perception and visible stigma associated with mental health
  2. Barriers to access mental health resources
  3. Under-served and Disparities that some face when attempting to access mental health resources
  4. Spread awareness on how to access mental health resources in your community
  5. Encourage those with mental health diseases to seek help.

Currently, Ms. NiEtta Reynolds channels her passionate concern for others experiencing mental health challenges through advocacy.


At least 18.1% of American adults experience some form of mental disorder, 8.4% have a substance use disorder, and about 3% experience cooccurring mental health and substance use disorders (SAMHSA, 2016).


Our Board Members

NiEtta Reynolds (Founder/ President)

Founder/Chairman of Board
NiEtta Reynolds has been an independent consultant for over fifteen years. Having worked for various small, developing businesses. She has the ability to exceed expectations by building long-lasting relationships, holding positive visions of people, and provide strength through her leadership skills. She brings the utmost honesty, and confidence to the table. NiEtta gracefully accepts constructive criticism and provides positive feedback to others.

NiEtta’s professional, and personal experience has led her to the creation of: The Help Show. Over the years, NiEtta has connected family, friends and people she has met in the community to support groups other resources such as the MLK Center, NAMI, and Mental Health America of Greater Dallas .She spoke at the University of Texas South Western Medical Center about ; signs and systems of mental health diseases and community. She also spoke about resources that are available in the community. Ms. Reynolds became a qualified mental health professional (QMPH) for Youth Advocate Program, a nationally recognized, nonprofit organization exclusively committed to the community out-care services for the underprivileged. She volunteered with Mental Health America Public Policy Director in implementing mental health policies. Ms. Reynolds currently serves as a member of the Texas Chapter of National Associations of Social Work (NASW), The National Leadership and Success, and is a member of National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI).

NiEtta Reynolds channels her passion and concern for others experiencing mental health challenges through advocacy as a mental health counselor. She has earned her Master of Social Work from Texas A&M University – Commerce


Amy King (Vice-President)

Amy is the Co-Founder of Good Coworking in Dallas, TX, the first coworking space in the world focused on inclusive sustainability, powered by solar.
As an evangelist for the triple bottom line, Amy champions entrepreneurs who are building profitable businesses that allow people and the planet to thrive. Her flagship space in Dallas is pursuing LEED and WELL building certification. She is using these certifications to educate the business community on how to be successful in a global, purpose-focused economy.
Prior to her migration to Texas, spearheaded the incubation of 80 non-profit chapters for the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), one of the most progressive sustainability change agents, and launched The USGBC Leadership Institute. She also led USGBC green community-rebuilding initiatives in New Orleans post Katrina. Amy is a trained facilitator specializing in brand strategy, collaborative ideation, strategic planning, and community engagement.

Amy has over ten years of experience as a film, TV, and commercial producer and marketer, and got her start at a PBS affiliate. She produced at two NY ad agencies and for HBO, VH-1, and more. Amy managed AFI and Discovery Channel’s pre-eminent documentary film festival and conference, SILVERDOCS (now AFI Docs), and led efforts to green the non-fiction film industry.
When she isn’t at work, you can find Amy volunteering to rescue dogs, or traveling the globe.

Roxanne Raphael


Roxanne Raphael is a Texas native that now resides in Miami, Florida and has 20 plus years of customer service. She has a passion for connecting people to financial and health resources in their community. She realized people who live in inequality communities didn’t understand the significance of life insurance, so she made it of importance to explain the benefits. Working for a multi-million-dollar life insurance company, allowed her to educate and connect with her Miami Florida district.

Mrs. Raphael recognized although life insurance is very valuable, your mind, body, and wellness is just as essential. Now being a full-time licensed massage therapist and Qigong practitioner for over a decade. Roxanne firmly believes in and witnesses the power the mind plays in bringing about healing. She is dedicated to seeking out different avenues such as affordable/free counseling, support groups, dance/movement classes, Qigong/meditation classes in which she can help others facilitate their emotional and physical well-being.

Stefanie Major McGregor

Board Member 

Stefanie Major McGregor is the Co-Chair Commercial/Business Litigation Section in the Dallas office of Godwin Bowman PC, focusing her practice on commercial litigation matters. She represents clients in both the prosecution and defense of a wide range of cases before state and federal courts around the country. Stefanie’s practice covers a broad range of areas, with an emphasis on complex litigation, environmental and oil and gas litigation, major family law disputes (custody, property division, etc.), property disputes, and disputes involving trusts and estates.


Our Vision

The Help Show’s vision is to educate communities about the stigma of mental health and community issues by empowering one to acquire information to access a help in their society.

Who We Serve

we join forces with other philanthropic associations who offer projects that teach, celebrate, rejoice in the benefits of positive community gowth

What We Do

Our mission is to connect families/individuals to community resources and raise awareness of improving mental health policies.

Letter from the Founder

You never know what battle someone is fighting until you lose them to suicide. 42.5 million American suffer from some form of mental illness, every 40 seconds an individual completes the act of suicide (Chilcott, L.A., Shapiro, C.M p10).

I lost one of my dearest friends to suicide, and from that moment my life changed. I knew I had to become the voice for those who couldn’t speak for themselves. I knew I had to be an advocate for mental health rights. Mental healthcare is a worldwide issue. It not only affects the black community but many communities that live in disparity. The stigma that accompanies mental illness creates an environment of shame, fear, and silence that develops into a mental cage of embarrassment.

The Help Show empowers people to educate themselves about mental health care, and community issues. The Help Show is close to my heart because it allows me to reach out to every community member. It allows me to become a helping hand, encouraging people, letting them know they are not alone, and they stand in their truth. That is the most powerful change you can make in your life. I ask you to join me on this journey. To help make a difference in disparity communities about mental health.

Let us get rid of the shame, let us build a village of encouragement.




NiEtta A. Reynolds



Mental health not only affects the black community but many communities living in disparity. The stigma that mental health is shameful creates an environment of fear and silence that develops a mental cage of embarrassment.

NiEtta Reynolds

The Help Show



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Dallas, Texas 75226

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