Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder - Murphy Jensen, Co-Founder at WEconnect Health, shares his story with ESPN at the 2022 US Open.
Murphy Jensen was in the middle of serving to his brother, and former doubles partner, when his heart stopped.
Murphy has turned away death several times. He's walked the twisting path from addiction to long-term recovery. He's faced mental health issues.
Cardiac arrest survivor Murphy Jensen is using his story to encourage everyone to get trained in CPR, and for all tennis facilities to have lifesaving devices
In 2012, the American was first exposed to the power of automated external defibrillators. A decade later, they are the reason he can share his survival story.
WEconnect is a comprehensive tool for supporting recovery from SUD. The app uses contingency management to reward you for staying accountable.
Murphy Jensen shares story of mental health and SUD challenges and his technology solution to help others
Surviving a Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Oct 2021, Murphy Jensen highlights importance of AED's and how one saved his life.
Tennis pro Murphy Jensen, 53, shared on Instagram that he is 'grateful to be alive' after going into cardiac arrest and falling on the court.
Lacey and Nik speak to Murphy Jensen, a Grand Slam doubles champion and the Co-Founder of WeConnect Recovery, an app that supports folks in recovery through contingency management and direct cooperation with the person's care team.
A conversation with former French Open doubles champion Murphy Jensen about his life of recovery and WEconnect Recovery Management.
On the podcast, Murphy discusses how he battled and beat his addiction, and how he co-founded WEconnect, a platform that helps people suffering with addiction with recovery, specifically during the first year of sobriety.