Panel interview and discussion about increasing diversity in PA education from a student and faculty standpoint. Moderators: Elise Haupt, PA-C, Regions Hospital, MAPA DE&I Committee ChairSumaya Noor, Second-year PA Student at St. Catherine University, MAPA DE&I Committee volunteer Panelists:Jasmine Cofield, PA-C, Executive Director and Founder of Physician Assistants of Color; Primary Care Provider Miranda LaCroix, PA-C, Hospital Medicine at Regions; Adjunct Faculty, Augsburg PA ProgramMerari Morales, PA-C, MBA, Member of Augsburg PA Program Advisory Council on Curriculum and Clinical TrainingJolene Young, MS, Admissions Representative, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science
Annie and Mike Griffith are fellow members of the Rotary Club of Fort Collins Breakfast - or, more commonly known - Breakfast Rotary. We meet at 6:45 am at Ginger & Baker in Fort Collins, every Thursday morning - come and check it out sometime!Annie grew up in the travel industry, with her grandfather delivering sightseeing tours and her dad developing a healthy freight and people-moving bus service along the Front Range, later moving into airline travel and hotel bookings. After college at CSU, Annie operated Aggie Travel in Fort Collins - much of the time as a single mom. She has a wonderful and adventurous spirit! She later sold Aggie Travel to Frosch, where she still works today as an Independent Contractor. Mike had a long career in the practice of law, having moved to Fort Collins to partner with a college classmate almost right after law school - the firm developed into a long-running and successful practice. Mike's specialty was courtroom litigation, particularly on the defense side in criminal law. He also served as Adjunct Faculty for both CSU and Front Range Community College in the College of Business. Mike and Annie are each on their third marriages, and both suffered significant trauma on the way to finding durable love. Beyond the business journeys, we dig into their journey of finding trust and love in this episode, as well as their shared love of Rotary. It's a charming episode with two of my favorite people, and I hope you find them as fun and charming as I do. Episode Sponsor: InMotion, providing next-day delivery for local businesses. Contact InMotion at firstname.lastname@example.org
Show NotesThis is an interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin, an Adjunct Faculty member of DePaul University's College of Law, Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Program, and the Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. The podcast critiques Department of Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas' recent NPR interview for what the interview omits in explaining 2023 asylum policies. ACTION STEPImagine you are an asylum-seeker who has left your homeland. Listen to the interview with Secretary Mayorkas and consider its impact as you. Then write to the White House and Secretary Mayorkas and urge the Biden administration to follow the procedures and procedural protections of the Refugee Act of 1980: https://www.npr.org/people/4080709/steve-inskeepRESOURCESDr. Shailja Sharma: “The Border ‘Crisis' Is a Crisis We Can Solve,” January 9, 2023: https://www.chicagotribune.com/opinion/commentary/ct-opinion-border-asylum-seekers-resources-title-42-20230109-g3aoghdnn5avxavszsfcln7viu-story.htmlPaul Schmidt quotes several experts on the new policy and adds his critique: (January 6, 2023): https://immigrationcourtside.com/2023/01/06/%f0%9f%a4%af%f0%9f%91%8e%f0%9f%8f%bc-experts-condemnation-of-bidens-latest-anti-asylum-border-gimmicks-swift-brutal-true/Law professor Karen Musalo: “Enough with the Political Games. Migrants Have a Right to Asylum,” January 6, 2023, https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2023-01-06/biden-border-immigration-asylum-title-42The National Immigrant Justice Center's FAQs on these policies: https://immigrantjustice.org/staff/blog/recycling-trumps-asylum-bans-expanding-title-42-how-bidens-new-policies-threatenFor information on U.S. policies undermining democracy, see, Mousin, “You Were Told to Love the Immigrant,” https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2784951, text between fns. 161-166. For documentation on the violence caused by soldiers trained at the School of the Americas Watch, now WHINSEC: www.soaw.orgThe statistics on the violence at the border: US/Mexico: Expelling Venezuelans Threatens Rights, Lives Restore Access to Asylum at the Border, (October 21, 2022) as cited in https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/immigration/2022/10/human-rights-watch-usmexico-expelling-venezuelans-threatens-rights-lives-restore-access-to-asylum-at.htmlWe welcome your inquiries or suggestions for future podcasts. If you would like to ask more questions about our podcasts or comment, email us at: email@example.com
U.S. Army Colonel (COL) James Lynch, MD (retired) and Sean Mulvaney are the cofounders of The Stellate Institute. Dr. Jim Lynch is a primary care sports medicine physician who joined the Regenerative Orthopedics & Sports Medicine (ROSM) team after serving 31 years in Army medicine. In April 2021, he co-founded The Stellate Institute in Annapolis, MD to serve as a center of excellence for an innovative PTSD treatment called Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB). Dr. Lynch earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1989, a Master of Science in healthcare improvement from Dartmouth College in 2001, and his medical degree from Brown Medical School in 2003. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. Dr. Lynch is a physician with the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee and has supported USA Swimming as a National Team Physician since 2011. He has supported elite athletes in international competition including multiple World Championships and Olympic Games. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as well as Course Director of the NATO Special Operations Medical Leaders Course and Adjunct Faculty at the University College Cork, Ireland. His clinical interests include posttraumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and regenerative injection therapies. He has been a pioneer in the world of PTSD treatment using a procedure called stellate ganglion block (SGB). He has published multiple articles in the medical literature on SGB and has presented his research in international forums in Germany, Australia, and Portugal. Colonel Lynch's 31 years of military service include deployments to Panama, the First Gulf War in 1991, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and throughout Africa in support of Special Operations. Dr. Lynch lives in Annapolis, Maryland with his wife Jodi of 29 years. His hobbies include running and supporting youth sports. He has traveled to over 60 countries, including 8 of the 10 most dangerous countries in the world. Dr. James Lynch is passionate about serving those in need. "It is not possible to be in favor of justice for some people and not be in favor of justice for all people." -Martin Luther King Jr. "The noblest question in the world is: What good may I do in it?" -Benjamin Franklin #ptsd | #ptsi | #PostTraumaticStressDisorder | #traumarecovery | #anxiety | #depression | #veteranshelpingveterans | #mentalhealthmatters | #YouveGotMettle The Stellate Institute Website: https://thestellateinstitute.com/ The Stellate Institute YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/@thestellateinstitute3043 Dr. Lynch (LinkedIn): http://linkedin.com/in/james-lynch-md Dr. James Lynch Personal Website: drjameslynch.com Article https://themindsjournal.com/it-is-not-possible-to-be-in-favor-of-justice/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mettle-of-honor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mettle-of-honor/support
If you're interested in coming to Israel and seeing some of these off-the-beaten-path sites, consider joining our "Homesick for Israel Tour"! The dates are September 3-14, 2023.View the itinerary and register here: https://gtitours.org/trip/signature-homesick-for-israel-2023If you'd like to read the blog to learn more about the trip, follow this link: https://gtitours.org/tour-journal/signature-homesick-for-israelMatt Bach the Pastor of Christian Development at Bridgeway Christian Church in Roseville, California. He is married with three children. He studied OT Theology in Briarcrest Bible College, holds a Masters in Theology from Fuller Seminary and is in his PhD studies in Biblical Studies through Trinity College Bristol (partnered with Univ. of Aberdeen) in England. Matt also teaches The Hebrew Bible (OT Survey) at William Jessup University as an Adjunct Faculty. He has been leading tours to Israel with GTI since 2015.Visit https://gtitours.org/podcast for photos, links, and more from this episode.
State and federal policies influence care delivery in long-term care facilities in a variety of ways. Following the President's 2022 State of the Union Address, the White House Fact Sheet: Protecting Seniors by Improving Safety and Quality of Care in the Nation's Nursing Homes highlighted four new initiatives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to help ensure adequate staffing, dignity, and safety in their accommodations and quality of care. Each state is also guided by distinct and different regulations. This podcast will feature the work and insights of GSA members Tara McMullan, PhD, MPH, and Anna Beeber, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN. Dr. McMullen's work focuses on quality in post-acute and long-term care settings, policy and aging, and the direct care workforce, including scope of practice. Dr. McMullen is a technical advisor for the CMS Division of Chronic and Post-Acute Care. Dr. Beeber's research focuses on improving the quality of care for older adults living in long-term care settings, in particular examining staffing, service delivery, and resident outcomes to guide future efforts at matching services with needs. Guests: Tara McMullen, PhD, MPH, Adjunct Faculty, Master of Science in Aging and Health Program, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown University; and Anna Beeber, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN, Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Host: Sarah Dys, PhD, MPA, Research Associate, Institute on Aging, Portland State University. This podcast episode is supported by the GSA Innovation Fund.
A snake that is unable to shed its skin does not deserve to live. We know those traumatic memories are imprinted in our sensory and emotional nodes leading to trauma getting stuck in our neural network that alters aspects of our lives that we may not even be consciously aware of. With the advances in clinical trials on psychedelic substances and psychotherapy, research has shown that psychedelics with the guidance of a therapist can be used as tools to reach our secondary consciousness and release deep traumas held deep within our minds. To share her personal experiences with the inclusion of psychedelics Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Natalie Liberman, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Natalie has been a faculty at Gerry Grossman Seminars (since 2012), and an Adjunct Faculty at Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology (since 2015). In her private practice, Natalie works with an array of clients dealing with substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, career and life transitions, sexual problems, social anxiety disorders, communication issues, self-esteem, and general quality of life issues. Today's show is going to be more of a human-interest-focused show as we discuss with Natalie, her life, her personal growth, and her work in therapy. In the words of Natalie, “I haven't had a journey that was not impactful and I've never experienced things that felt out of control. Every journey that I had been on, had provided me such an impactful insight for myself to be able to see who I am.” Connect with Natalie Liberman on Instagram @insight_with_natalie or visit: https://www.instagram.com/insight_with_natalie/ Or email Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about How to Change your Mind by Michael Pollan, please visit: https://michaelpollan.com/books/how-to-change-your-mind/ For more information about This is Your Mind on Plants by Michael Pollan, please visit: https://michaelpollan.com/books/this-is-your-mind-on-plants/ For more information about Fantastic Fungi on Netflix, please visit: https://www.netflix.com/title/81183477 For more information about Another Self on Netflix, please visit: https://www.netflix.com/title/81380432 For more information about It Didn't Start with You by Mark Wolynn, please visit: https://markwolynn.com/it-didnt-start-with-you/ For more information about the Psychedelic Somatic Institute, please visit: https://www.psychedelicsomatic.org
A single father and his 2-year-old daughter are left with nothing after Dad's new girlfriend burns their Texas home down. Tommy Garay has been in a relationship with Senaida Soto for about a month when Soto calls Garay, and a woman picks up the phone. The woman is Garay's cousin, but Soto believes Garay is cheating. Soto goes to Garay's home in the middle of the night, breaks in and steals several items, then sets the house on fire. Soto then FaceTimes Garay to show him burning furniture in the home and says, "I hope your stuff is going to be okay," before hanging up. The home is devastated by the fire, but thankfully no one is injured. Soto is charged with burglary and arson and is now held on a $165,000 bond. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Nicolle Brock - Forensic Fire medic, Arson expert (Georgia), Author of "Treating Your Patients from the Cellular Level," “Principles of ALS Care," & ‘What is the Size of Your D.O.G. (Determination, Obstacles, Goals)?" Matthew Mangino - Attorney, Former District Attorney (Lawrence County) & Former Parole Board Member; Author: "The Executioner's Toll: The Crimes, Arrests, Trials, Appeals, Last Meals, Final Words and Executions of 46 Persons in the United States" Dr. Jorey Krawczyn [KRAW-ZIN] - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S." JoScott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet;" Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan" Dave Mack - Crime Online Investigative Reporter Garay Family GoFundMe: www.gofundme.com/togetmyfamilybackonourfeetSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Quan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 15 years of experience working to support a variety of couples, families, and groups across cultural and socioeconomic spectra in private practice, community mental health agency, acute psychiatric hospitals, and varied correctional settings. Gary serves as Adjunct Faculty at the Master's level for University of San Francisco, Holy Names University, Golden Gate University, William Jessup University, Western Seminary, and Samuel Merritt University, as well as post-secondary at San Jose City College and William Jessup University. Gary and his wife have been married for eight years and dote on their 15 nieces, nephews, and godchildren. Gary personally hopes to make it to every NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL stadium for his Bucket List. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Tracey Lotze is a family doctor providing primary care to a large variety of patients. Rather than being a specialist, she provides general care, specifically in taking care of a family's healthcare. As such, she has the capability to offer comprehensive medical services for different members of the family, regardless of their sex or age on a continuous basis. Tracey is a cancer survivor and major advocate of ADHD awareness; she is a member of the Wheelin' Warriors of the North and continues to help support the BC Cancer Foundation. Originally from South Africa, Tracey splits her time between Prince George and Kelowna. Dr. Boxtart has been in private practice since 2002, co-founding the Northern Centre for Integrative Medicine, a multidisciplinary practice and the largest of its kind in Northern British Columbia. Dr Boxtart's practice focus is chronic musculoskeletal pain and sports injury, along with BHRT in men's health. Dr. Boxtart has served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors for six years, three of those years as the Chairman of the Board. During that position he chaired both the Canadian Naturopathic Coordinating Council and the Canadian Naturopathic Foundation. As a component of these posts, he has been involved in bylaw review under the Canada Not-For-Profit Act and regulatory review and implementation of the Regulated Health Practitioners Act in both BC and Ontario. Dr. Boxtart received the Dr. Verna Hunt Award for his service to the profession. Dr. Boxtart held Adjunct Faculty of Medicine positions with the University of Northern British Columbia in the Northern Medical Program for 9 years, working with new students in the Undergraduate Medical Program, introducing them to medical sociology and Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Boxtart remains a guest speaker at the UNBC Northern Medical Program discussing the challenges and merits of the integration of complementary medicine into the mainstream. In addition to private practice, Dr. Boxtart was the Team Lead for British Columbia for the Pure North S'Energy Foundation between 2012 to 2016. Pure North is a unique health care not-for-profit organization that provides primary prevention medical services focused on nutritional and lifestyle interventions to vulnerable populations throughout western Canada. In this capacity, Dr. Boxtart supervised the work of medical, para-medical and support staff providing care for over 20,000 patients in multiple centres across British Columbia.
Show NotesThis is an interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin, an Adjunct Faculty member of DePaul University's College of Law, Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Program, and the Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. The podcast explores how the claim for a fully secure border has stalled immigration reform for over three decades. It calls for comprehensive immigration reform to address many of the issues the failed policies of detention and deportation have been unable to resolve.ACTION STEPThe American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is hosting a week of action highlighting the theme “migration Join AFSC, the Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC), and #WelcomeWithDignity You can find suggestions for action at: bit.ly/AsylumDay22Toolkit RESOURCESThe Prophet Haggai's words are at Haggai 2:5 and the angels' proclamation at Luke 2:10 (KJV).Governor Johnston's 1776 “Address in Answer to the King's Speech” was quoted in Jack P. Greene, The Constitutional Origins of the American Revolution, (Cambridge University Press, 2011), p. 166.John Higham's “American cosmopolitan faith” can be found at “Instead of a Sequel, or How I Lost My Subject,” Reviews in American History 28 (2000), 327, 329, cited by Jerry Kammer, “Historian John Higham's Widening Views on Modern Efforts to Limit Immigration, It's Not All About Nativism,” May 23, 2010, https://cis.org/Historian-John-Highanms-Widening-Views-Modern-Efforts-Limit-Immigration. His comment on the disparities can be found at “Sequel,” p. 330. The mileage of our borders is in, R. Jones, Nobody is Protected, How the Border Patrol Became the Most Dangerous Police Force in the United States, (Counterpoint, Berkeley, 2022), p. 45.Information on the safety statistics:automobilesdrowningbicyclesWe welcome your inquiries or suggestions for future podcasts. If you would like to ask more questions about our podcasts or comment, email us at: email@example.com
Alcohol is a toxin and, far and away, the most commonly abused substance. It can kill all by itself. It also doesn't play well in the sandbox with other drugs. Guida Brown talks about the potentially fatal interactions when combining alcohol with other substances. Guida is a Community Relations Consultant with United States Drug Testing Laboratories. She also is an Adjunct Faculty member with Concordia University-Wisconsin and an accomplished writer. Guida can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org; you can follow her blog here: https://4csofaddiction.com/. If you need help for your substance abuse issues, help is available. In Kenosha, contact the Hope Council on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse; call 262-658-8166 or explore their website at https://www.hopecouncil.org. You can also find AA meetings here: https://mtg.area75.org/meetings.html?dist=7 and NA meetings here: https://sefa-na.org/meetings
Join the STT Crew as we talk to Kathryn Hansen. Kathryn is the Executive Director of the Kentucky Sleep Society, and owner of Integration Consultants, LLC, a Healthcare Consulting firm working with hospitals and medical practices to grow revenue and maintain compliance with Federal and State regulatory standards. Kathryn is Adjunct Faculty; Bluegrass Community and Technical College and Medtech College teaching Coding and Reimbursement (Outpatient and Inpatient), Computers in the Medical Office, Sleep Technology, and Anatomy and Physiology. Ms. Hansen holds a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Kentucky, and studied in the department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She did research with the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Colorado to define the relationship of increased cardiac arrhythmia as noted during REM sleep. This episode is brought to you by React Health, formerly 3B Medical. Please check them out at https://reacthealth.com/ Credits: Intro Music: Pierce G Mann Audio and Video: Diego R. Mann
Dean Radin, PhD, is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Psychology at Sonoma State University (Rohnert Park, CA). He is the author of two hugely popular books: Conscious Universe and Entangled Minds. And he is here on Paratopia! This episode, Dr. Radin talks about his psi research. You've heard and read about his statistical data. Now hear what he makes of it as we talk about mind, culture, consciousness, the paranormal, alien abduction, DMT, remote viewing, quantum entanglement, channeling, the nature of time--man, there's not much we don't cover on this one! Then, in an afterchat that will resonate with some and confuse others, Jeremy makes a plea for us all to just STOP. What does that mean? We shall see.
In Episode 36, Jamie Flinchbaugh is joined by Chris Kauzmann, an Adjunct Faculty and Innovator in Residence at Lehigh University. Chris, a self-described “bottom shelf” whiskey drinker, joins Jamie to sample some Nikka Coffee Malt Whiskey and Blue Run High Rye Bourbon. We explore design thinking, which is both distinct from lean but also inherently consistent. The terminology is often quite different, but the essence of the work is very similar. Removing our biases and gaining insight through genuine exploration, whether to develop a business idea or improve a process or anything else, is one such example. Along the way, we cover many aspects of our shared experiences…the student entrepreneurs of Lehigh University that Chris supports and teaches full time and Jamie occasionally shows up to make a contribution. We close by deciding which building on Lehigh University's beautiful campus we would most want to convert into a whiskey bar, although we are quite certain that no one will allow us to do this. Links From the Show: Chris Kauzmann on LinkedIn Old Crow, a typical selection for Chris Nikka Coffey Malt Whiskey Blue Run High Rye Bourbon Lehigh University's Baker Institute Giana Jarrah's With Meraki Co, a student-founded startup Sam Benchaghib's Make A Change World and Sungai Watch Practicing Lean by Mark Graban Podcast feed at LeanWhiskey.com or leanblog.org/leanwhiskey or jflinch.com/leanwhiskey
Dr Jones is a Naturopathic Doctor and hormone specialist from Portland. She has completed a two-year residency in advanced women's health, gynaecology and hormones, and has also completed her Masters of Public Health at the Grand Canyon University. Dr Jones has been the medical director of two large integrative medical clinics in Portland and is was the medical director of Precision Analytical, a laboratory that offers the DUTCH Profile for over a decade and is now the head of Medical Education for Rupa Health. She writes for multiple health websites and is featured in a range of health podcasts. Our hormones - we love them, need them but sometimes they can wreak havoc with us. Keeping our hormones balanced presents problems for both men and women and to various degrees depending on our time of life. In this very nuanced and deep conversation with a world leading expert on hormonal health we learn how our hormones affect all our systems from our brain health to bone health to our cardiovascular system to our Hypothalamus, pituitary and adrenal axis to our fat stores, digestive health and thyroid function. Get your hormones right and you get life back. For those struggling with everything from: Estrogen dominance Estrogen toxicity Low or high testosterones PCOS Fibroids Endometriosis The aftermath of hysterectomies Menopausal symptoms Difficult menstrual cycles All will benefit from this discussion: Hormones have the power to make us feel great, enable us to reproduce, can empower us to feel strong, bold, assertive or weak, teary and depressed, cause us to gain weight and so much more so understanding the basics about hormones can really help you stay optimised. In this episode we discuss: The DUTCH (Dried Urine Test of Complete Hormones) Evaluating hormone metabolites Estrogen clearance and the different pathways it can take through the body Understanding and favorably augmenting testosterone metabolism (men and women) Thyroid and it's connection to hormones Identifying and treating hormonal imbalance root causes The difference between DHEA-S and DHEA. If you are struggling with your hormonal health or are interested in having a DUTCH test done to see where you hormones are at, where your cortisol is at and some of your organic acids (showing nutrient status) then reach out to Lisa at email@example.com - Lisa can help you get back on track with your hormones. Don't suffer in silence. About Dr Carrie Jones Dr Carrie Jones is a Naturopathic Physician who is board certified in Naturopathic Endocrinology (FABNE) with a Master's in Public Health (MPH) having over 17 years in the field of functional and integrative medicine. As former Adjunct Faculty for the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), I have taught courses in both Gynecology and Advanced Endocrinology. She was the Medical Director for two large integrative clinics in Portland, Oregon and the Medical Director for Precision Analytical Inc, creators of the DUTCH Test for almost 10 years. A Clinical Expert for the Lifestyle Matrix Resource Center (LMRC) serving the SOS Stress Recovery Program. Currently, she is the Head of Medical Education at Rupa Health. She is also a functional medicine health and hormone doctor who believes in the importance of both men and women understanding their body in a simplified manner so they can feel more empowered to take control of their health especially when they are told everything is "normal" but they don't feel "normal." 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Week OneNovember 30, 2022Love WinsIsaiah 54:1–10For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed, says the Lord, who has compassion on you. Isaiah 54:10In this scripture, the Holy's love becomes steadfast, overcoming the stories of “divine wrath” that make up parts of the Hebrew bible and Hollywood movies with an ancient biblical focus.This shift promises that prior shame, disgrace, and geopolitical disaster aren't the final word. It is noteworthy that this part of Isaiah also has the Holy taking responsibility for abandoning the people, contributing to their deep loss. “For a brief moment I abandoned you, but with great compassion I will gather you. In overflowing wrath for a moment I hid my face from you, but with everlasting love I will have compassion on you, says the Lord, your Redeemer” (v. 8).For many who follow the way of Jesus, the hope of our Advent season is to prepare our welcome for the most compassionate one who comes to free and welcome all into the promise of steadfast love. Meditating on the words from Isaiah, I find myself drawn into a discipline of compassion this season, but compassion is hard.Compassion requires an openness to the feelings of others and where they are. It requires an acknowledgment of my own actions and lifestyle that may contribute to suffering, fear, and anger in the world. Turning away is the easy thing to do. Turning toward and offering hope-building, steadfast-loving compassion is hard.But with the assurance of the Holy's steadfast love and covenant of peace, and the promised coming of the Holy into the world, true compassion is possible.Kurt GwartneySenior Director of Communications and Adjunct Faculty, Center for Ministry and Lay Training Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of Melody and Friends, Melody is speaking with Author Sharon Hersh to speak about Ambivalence and The Holidays. Sharon defines what ambivalence around the holidays looks like and how ambivalence has affected her personally during the holiday season. The Christmas season especially will often highlight a tail of two emotions, one of bright, joyous emotions as we celebrate with our family and one of somberness and grief for tragedies that have happened. She also breaks down that emotional low we can experience after the highs of celebrating the holidays has passed and what we can do to work through those feelings of ambivalence. Sharon also shares how we can attune our hearts to the love of Christ each Christmas as we walk through those feelings of ambivalence. She explains we have to have an invitational heart that give myself permission to keep healing and admit that we need to keep healing. Who is Sharon Hersh? Sharon is a sought-after speaker for conferences, retreats, seminars, classes, trainings, or workshops. She loves to speak any where in the world — to a group of 2 or 2,000. Sharon taught as Adjunct Faculty at Reformed Theological Seminary, Colorado Christian University, Denver Seminary, Denver University, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology in both under-graduate and graduate counseling courses. Other subjects Sharon loves to speak on include the courage to abandon ourselves and belong to each other; addiction and life beyond addiction; finding the landmarks of faith, hope, and love in our stories; knowing your sexual ethic – for adolescents, adults, and parents; healing trauma, and self-compassion for caregivers. Sharon also provides individual counseling for adolescents and adults on a weekly or bi-monthly basis or in the form of intensives (3-4 days of hard work, blood, sweat and tears that is oh, so worth it!). Intensives can include EMDR, somatic therapy, and psychodrama. Call 720-530-1225 for scheduling and pricing. Things We Talk About In This Episode: What is ambivalence and what does it look like around the holidays? Why do we not do well with dual feelings and what can we do about it? Why is creating an invitational heart so important for ambivalence during the holidays? How can we allow things to change in our lives in a way that doesn't creat ambivalence around Christmas? We encourage you to check out Sharon's books The Last Addiction (www.barnesandnoble.com/w/last-addiction-sharon-hersh/1100618546) and Belonging (www.christianbook.com/belonging-finding-way-back-one-another/sharon-hersh/9781631469602/pd/469606) Our listeners can also learn more about Sharon's resources, books and much more at the link here: www.sharonhersh.com Thank you so much for listening to this episode of Melody and Friends! If you haven't already please take the time to leave us a rating and review on our iTunes page as it helps us get more great episodes like this to you!
Classes have resumed at the University of Idaho. It's been two weeks since four students were found stabbed to death inside their home and seemingly little progress has been made in finding the killer. Even though security has been tightened on campus, many students are not returning, preferring to complete the semester through remote learning. Meanwhile, investigators are sifting through more than 700 tips, 100 pieces of evidence, and 4,000 photos looking for evidence. Joining Nancy Grace: David Leroy - Attorney at Law (Boise, ID), Former Idaho Attorney General, Former Idaho Lieutenant Governor & Former Prosecutor (Ada County); Facebook.com/BoiseCriminalDefense Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S.” Kathleen Canning-Mello - Instructor, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington; Former FBI Unit Chief, including 10 years assigned to the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet", Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan" Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs - National Reporter, The New York Times; Twitter: @NickAtNews See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Jason Foster talks to Allison Sagraves, Portfolio Chief Data Officer, Board Advisor, Adjunct Faculty at Carnegie Mellon University and former Chief Data Officer of M&T Bank. They talk about providing value with data, strategic prioritisation in data, how to align success criteria with business objectives, data culture and building well-rounded data teams.
Amy Mihaljevic was just 10 years old when she went missing. She told friends at school the day she disappeared that she was going with someone to buy her mom a surprise gift. Eyewitnesses reported seeing Amy speaking with a white male, at a local ice cream shop and then leaving with him through a parking lot. Later police discover that Mihaljevic and other girls in the area had been contacted by telephone by the abductor. The estimated 30-something-year-old man arranged to meet Mihaljevic after school. Just over three months later, Amy's body was found by a jogger in a farm field in a nearby town. Investigators say it appears the little girl's body was most likely dumped shortly after her abduction. Mihaljevic dies from a combination of stab wounds to the neck and a blow to her head. Some of the things that were known to be with or on Mihaljevic that day have never been found: the boots Amy was wearing, a denim backpack, a binder with "Buick, Best in Class" written on it, and turquoise earrings in the shape of horse heads. TIPLINE: Bay Village Police Department (440) 871-1234 Joining Nancy Grace Today: Shera LaPoint - Genetic Genealogist, Author: "The Gene Hunter", Founder: TheGeneHunter.com, Twitter: @LapointShera Dale Carson - High Profile Attorney (Jacksonville), Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer (Miami-Dade County), Author: "Arrest-Proof Yourself, DaleCarsonLaw.com Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S.", bw-institute.com Greg Smith - Special Deputy Sheriff, Johnson County Sheriff's Office (Kansas), Executive Director of the Kelsey Smith Foundation, www.kelseysarmy.com Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide", Forensic Consultant, DMichelleDupreMD.com Nichole Vrsansky - News Anchor, CBS 19 News, Facebook: "Nichole Vrsansky Cleveland 19", Twitter: @NVrsansky, Podcast: "Dark Side of the Land, Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic?" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is an interview with Rev. Craig B. Mousin, an Adjunct Faculty member of DePaul University's College of Law, Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Program and the Grace School of Applied Diplomacy. The podcast explores a recent speech by Pope Francis involving responses to refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable immigrants. Pope Francis suggests that, through our common humanity, our collaborative efforts can build a safer world.ACTION STEPRead and respond to Pope Francis' “Address of His Holiness Pope Francis to Participants in the Meeting on Refugees Promoted by the Pontifical Gregorian University,” September 29, 2022: https://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/speeches/2022/september/documents/20220929-incontro-rifugiati.htmlRESOURCESYou can read more about Drew Edwards and his work with Pangea at: https://www.pangeaeducation.org He also wrote a report of his attendance at the meeting of educators in Rome: https://www.pangeaeducation.org/news/pope-francis-a-champion-for-refugee-educationFor information on the DePaul Migration Collaborative: https://law.depaul.edu/academics/centers-institutes-initiatives/depaul-migration-collaborative/Pages/default.aspxOther information on programs sponsored by DePaul's Division of Ministry and Mission at: https://offices.depaul.edu/mission-ministry/Pages/default.aspx MUSIC FOR THE JOURNEYAs we work together for our common global world, listen to Wiyaala sing Osibisa's song, Woyaya (We Are Going) at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwckMpR9V-QWe welcome your inquiries or suggestions for future podcasts. If you would like to ask more questions about our podcasts or comment, email us at: email@example.com
Four University of Idaho friends are found murdered in an off-campus home. Their killer still walks free. Madison Mogen, 21; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Ethan Chapin. 20; and Xana Kernodle, 20, were found stabbed to death in the rented off-campus home the three women shared with two other women. They were killed sometime between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. on November 13. The Moscow Police Department has received more than 646 tips, conducted over 90 interviews, and are now working with state police, state troopers, the FBI, and multiple behavior and forensics experts to track down the killer. Investigators have not located a murder weapon and continue to reiterate that the surviving roommates are not believed to have been involved in the murders. Moscow Police Captain Roger Lanier has not mentioned if their investigation has revealed any possible suspects. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Dale Carson - High Profile Attorney, Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer, Author: Arrest-Proof Yourself, DaleCarsonLaw.com Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist, Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: Operation S.O.S., bw-institute.com Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, Blood Beneath My Feet, Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan" Audrey Conklin - Reporter, Fox News Digital, Twitter: @audpants See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oftentimes we'll come at the licensing exam like we did other exams during our academic career, but the ASWB Social Work Licensing Exam is a whole other beast. We encourage taking the exam content and applying a learning process, that's based on research, that's going to enhance the encoding, retention, and recall of this material. If we can approach the Social Work Licensing Exam with a plan, and enhance what we can do, but let's do it strategically. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Natalie Liberman, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Natalie has been a faculty at Gerry Grossman Seminars (since 2012), and an Adjunct Faculty at Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology (since 2015). In her private practice, Natalie works with an array of clients dealing with substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, career and life transitions, sexual problems, social anxiety disorders, communication issues, self-esteem, and general quality of life issues. Today, we'll be focusing on Natalie's expertise as an exam prep expert and coach and talking about early career experiences and preparing for the social work licensing exam. Together Graham and Natalie discuss the emotions and mindset to starting your exam process, understanding your learning preferences so you can study smarter and ways to do this strategically, two most important skills to improve recall and retention, study options and support available to assist you through your exam journey, and finally thoughts around self-assessment in the event you do not pass the first time. The licensing exam can be challenging, but if we understand our learning style and be intentional in our preparation, you will walk into that exam feeling confident with great mastery in preparation under your belt. For more information about the ASWB licensing board, please visit: https://www.aswb.org/exam/ For more information about the Social Work Licensing Exam and frequently asked questions, please visit: https://gerrygrossman.com/what-is-the-lcsw-exam For more information about Social Work Licensing Exam Preparation Materials, please visit Gerry Grossman Seminars at: https://gerrygrossman.com/lcsw-exam-prep For more information about AnkiApp Flashcard program, please visit: https://www.ankiapp.com/ For more information about Make it Stick by Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger, III, and Mark A. McDaniel, please visit: https://www.retrievalpractice.org/make-it-stick Connect with Natalie Liberman on Instagram @insight_with_natalie or visit: https://www.instagram.com/insight_with_natalie/
It is common practice for medical professionals to run tests to determine the cause and severity of a patient's condition. Guida Brown talks about why that should also be the case when it comes to persons with Substance Use Disorders. Guida is a Community Relations Consultant with United States Drug Testing Laboratories. She is also an Adjunct Faculty member with Concordia University-Wisconsin. Whether testing urine, blood, fingernails, hair, or even newborn tissue samples, the test results can be an aid in helping people come to terms with the nature and extent of their Substance Use Disorders. Guida can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org; you can follow her blog here: https://4csofaddiction.com/
Tiffany Gibson, MSN-ED, RN, NPD, CPN graduated from Temple University in 2005 with a Bachelor's in Public Health. Tiffany obtained her Bachelor's in Nursing from Drexel University in 2008 and started her nursing career as a pediatric nurse. In 2015 Tiffany enrolled in Walden University to obtain a Master's degree in Nursing. In 2016 Tiffany maximized her professional growth by becoming a full-time Clinical Nurse Educator and part-time Adjunct Faculty. She also expanded her expertise and education by obtaining a post-master's certification in Healthcare Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and concentrating on equity and inclusion in nursing professional development and education. This sparked the idea to create New Nurse Academy, LLC. – online coaching mentoring and learning community for nursing along the career continuum. Tiffany continued her professional and educational development by completing a post-master certificate in Healthcare Diversity Leadership from Thomas Jefferson University – Institute of Emerging Health Professions in 2019. Tiffany is also a national board-certified Pediatric Nursing, and Nursing Professional Development Specialist. Tiffany's Links https://newnurse-academy.com/ https://www.instagram.com/newnurseacademy/ Follow up with the Doctor Nurse Podcast here! Success NP- Etsy Shop developed by my best friend and me who are both Nurse Practitioners and create beautiful designs for your life! Check us out. Picmonic covers thousands of hard-to-learn facts and topics, to help you master the material that healthcare students often struggle to learn. This study system helps boosts nursing and nurse practitioner students' confidence and grades. Picmonic learning system students increase retention and test scores. Why does Picmonic work? Years ago, psychologists and education researchers found mnemonics to be an effective tool in increasing retention and memory recall. Today, lots of different strategies for learning and memorization using mnemonics exist including keyword, phrase, music, and image mnemonics. Using the idea of image mnemonics and applying clever pictures and humorous characters tied together with story and audio -- and put it online to create the ultimate studying system for retention and memory recall. Use code DOCTORNURSE for 20% off your subscription. Become an NP Preceptor and make up to 8,000 bucks a year! CODES FOR MY LISTENERS: Sandrapagenta15- 15% off FlohWear by Undies Loft until November 19th!!!
Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. In this week's RELOAD episode, we look back to our conversation with Adam Kingl on the future generation of young leaders. Adam is an author and keynote speaker who educates future leaders on culture, purpose, team dynamics, the future of work, creativity, strategic innovation, management innovation, and the generational paradigms of work and leadership. He is Adjunct Faculty at Ashridge – Hult International Business School. He was the Regional Managing Director, Europe, for Duke Corporate Education and the Executive Director of Thought Leadership and Learning Solutions for London Business School. Adam's new book, Next Generation Leadership, came out February 2020. I am delighted to have Adam Kingl on the What's Next! Podcast for this RELOAD episode. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… managers, leaders, CEOs, Start-ups, entrepreneurs and anyone recruiting and/or managing young professionals! TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… Adam helps us understand how best to navigate five generations of workers in the workforce for the first time in history, especially the GenY workforce. How you recruit, manage, enable, and retain new generations of workers is critical to the success of your organization. Without happy employees, you won't have happy customers. Adam helps us navigate this most critical frontier. WHAT I LOVE MOST… Hearing what Gen Y thinks, thinking about how we invest in talent moving forward, and even how we handle losing and rehiring talent in the future! Running time: 33:27 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Find Adam on social: Website Twitter LinkedIn Adam's Book: Next Generation Leadership
Senior Producer of The Trident Room Podcast, Mike Wish. sits down and has a conversation with Marigee Bacolod. Maj Rob Wells, Alex W. Ryan and students of NPS. This episode was recorded on May 13, 2021. MARIGEE BACOLOD contributes to two key areas in labor economics: skills and its rewards in the labor market, and economics of education, including applications to the U.S. military. For instance, Marigee studies skill returns in local labor markets, the gender wage gap, teacher quality, distance education, and military manpower quality. Progress in these areas helps our understanding and promotion of multiple skill development and talent management. At NPS, Marigee teaches courses and supervises theses in the M.S. in Management and MBA programs. Prior to joining NPS in 2014, she was Assistant Professor of Economics at University of California, Irvine, and was Adjunct Faculty at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. Marigee earned my Ph.D. in Economics from UCLA, from where she also received my M.A. and B.A. in Economics. MAJ ROB WELLS is an Artillery Officer currently serving at Camp Lejeune, NC. He was commissioned in 2008 and his operational tours have included 11th Marines, 1st ANGLICO, and 10th Marines. Maj Wells has deployed multiple times overseas to the Pacific Area of Operations, Afghanistan, and various locations throughout the Central Command Area of Operations. From 2019 to 2021, he was assigned to Manpower and Reserve Affairs, MMRP, and worked on development, policy, and implementation of the Junior Enlisted Performance Evaluation System (JEPES). ALEX W. RYAN is a Naval Postgraduate School Alumni with the background of data science. Data science skills: NLP, computer vision, data preprocessing, machine learning, OCR, docker, geospatial analysis, project management The Trident Room Podcast is brought to you by the Naval Postgraduate School Alumni Association and the Naval Postgraduate School Foundation. npsfoundation.org For comments, suggestions, and critiques, please email us at TridentRoomPodcastHost@nps.edu, and find us online at nps.edu/tridentroompodcast. Thank you! The views expressed in this interview are those of the individuals and do not reflect the official policy or position of the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, the US Navy, or the Naval Postgraduate School.
Partner and VA accredited attorney Chris Johnson speaks with Andrew Carle, Adjunct Faculty and Lead Instructor for courses withing the Senior Living Administration concentration at Georgetown University. Andrew has more than 30 years of executive-level senior housing and healthcare experience. In this episode, we discuss the biggest crisis facing seniors today and how technology can solve some of these problems.
McKenna Brown, a teen hockey star, commits suicide after alleged bullying by three hockey teammates. The group of teens had been friends for years, but that changed when Brown asked one of the girls if it would be ok for her to begin talking with that girl's former boyfriends. The girl said yes, but her actions over the next few days proved it was far from fine. The girls allegedly began harassing Brown via text messages. Even after Brown apologized the attacks continues. The teammate encouraged others to cut ties with McKenna and “leave her without a single friend.” The bullies also reportedly shared deeply private information about Brown's sexual assault with other members of the hockey team. Within hours, Cheryl Brown would find her daughter dead on the bedroom floor. Since the bullying came to light, the three teammates have been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation into what happened. The Lightning High School Hockey League launched a probe, as did the Statewide Amateur Hockey of Florida, and USA Hockey hired outside counsel to perform another review. The girls are appealing their suspension. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Cheryl Brown - Victim's Mother Hunter Brown - Victim's Father, Lieutenant - Palm Harbor Fire Rescue David W. Bianchi - Attorney, Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, Danny Santulli Family Attorney, "America's leading hazing lawyer", STFBlaw.com (Miami, FL) Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S.”, bw-institute.com Dr. Tim Gallagher - Medical Examiner State of Florida PathcareMed.com, Lecturer: University of Florida Medical School Forensic Medicine, Founder/Host: International Forensic Medicine Death Investigation Conference Titania Jordan - Chief Parenting/Marketing Officer, Bark Technologies, Author: "Parenting In A Tech World", www.Bark.us, Instagram/Twitter: @TitaniaJordan, @BarkTechnologies Nicole Partin - CrimeOnline.com Investigative Reporter, Twitter: @nicolepartin (Naples, FL) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the Team Lally Real Estate Radio Show, we interviewed Dr. Elijah Pierick, Primary Election Winner and now a General Election Candidate of District 39. We talked about his beliefs and values and purpose of running for office.We also have your favorite experts providing this week's tips on property management, mortgage loans, home inspection and home insurance!Who is Dr. Elijah Pierick?Dr. Elijah Pierick was born on November 28th, 1994. His father is a U.S Navy Command Master Chief, Master Diver, with the Navy Seals, while his mother is a retired teacher. He moved to Hawaii in 2003. He was raised in Ewa Beach and he and his family lived here for 17 years.Within the medical community, Dr. Elijah currently serves as a Chaplain and Ethics Committee member for hospice. He also is Adjunct Faculty with multiple schools and colleges on the island, Officer in the Air Force Reserves, and Pastor with Encounter (formerly New Hope Town). He was a volunteer Counselor in the Kapolei Youth Detention Facility, Mentor for the Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy, a local university Counselor, Education Director, Teacher, and President for a multi-congregation council on the island.To reach Dr. Elijah, you may contact him in the following ways:Phone: 808.258.3235Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://www.elijahpierickdistrict39.com/Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/elect.elijahpierick.district39/ | https://www.facebook.com/elijah.pierick.1
“You are the cumulative expression of all your ancestors.” When Iya Affo meets someone, she instinctively looks for the best in that person, a seed in them that can be nurtured. To nurture others is a high calling for Iya, whose deepest identity is as Mother and Healer. Her African name, Wekenon, means Mother of the Universe, and her title, Iya, signifies Holy Mother. Both were bestowed on her in a traditional ceremony on the soil of her ancestral home in the Benin Republic of West Africa. Iya's passion is to cultivate intergenerational healing by connecting intuitive ancestral practices with modern neurobiology. A culturalist and historical trauma specialist certified in the western tradition, as well as a certified Adverse Childhood Experiences Trainer, she is a descendant of a long line of traditional healers from West Africa, a Chief in the Village of Ouidah, and a High Priestess in the Yoruba tradition. Iya’s search for her individual and cultural identity formed in her childhood while growing up in New York. She was deeply drawn to the rituals observed among her Jewish friends and neighbors – from their ceremonies and traditions, their holidays, to the Yiddish language spoken in their homes. She began to wonder why her Black community had such a different trajectory; why was the history of the Holocaust widely known, but not the stories of enslavement of her ancestors? She sensed that a connection to one’s history and to ancestral land would help communities be resilient and overcome adversity. Setting off to travel alone in her late teens, Iya visited more than 30 countries to understand other cultures. She has proceeded to live abroad in five countries and experienced different spiritual environments – from China, where she practiced Buddhist meditation in a Shaolin Temple; to Myanmar, India, where she stayed at a Hindu ashram; to the Navajo Nation and the Gila River Indian Community, where she engaged in service; and briefly to France. Significant immersion in her ancestral village of Ouidah, Benin Republic, also commenced then and deepened over nearly three decades. Iya relearned how to live as an indigenous woman and now practices the Yoruba tradition in her day-to-day life among the egalitarian, indigenous people of Arizona. “Relentlessly, I pursued the truth about our enslavement,” she has said. “I received my birthright of ritual, ceremony and initiation. My greatest gift has been relearning how to live as an indigenous woman, in egalitarian society, as a wife and mother.” Iya’s early travels led to studies of trauma and epigenetics, which inform her current work. Decades-long research shows that trauma persists in the human psyche and body from one generation to the next, up to 14 generations, via physical DNA. Living in Africa helped her understand the neurobiological dysregulation that is prevalent in the United States for BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) communities. She came to realize that Western treatments – such as talk therapy or medication – are counter-productive or damaging for healing trauma in BIPOC individuals. Alternative healing practices – rituals, drumming, martial arts, and guided meditation – provide more sustaining solutions. Iya carefully says, “In communities where people have been traumatized, the best way for us to heal moving forward is to become self-healing communities. We must be healing ourselves.” Epigenetics also shows that benevolence and positive childhood experiences can be passed through generations. This knowledge gives new motivation for parents, teachers, and caregivers to practice self-regulating behaviors that foster healing, safety, and consistency, and most importantly, love. She hopes to facilitate reculturing and the subsequent healing of indigenous people all over the world. “If we, as a people, are to return to grace, we must go back to the soul of the [African] Continent,” she says. “Only in Her soil will we take root in ancestral land, fertilized by ritual, tradition, spirit and identity. Then we will blossom into a harvest of productive, happy, peaceful and evolved African people.” Through teaching about the importance of culture and neurobiology, Iya advocates for the harmonization of Traditional Medicine and Western Medicine to facilitate holistic healing. She recently stepped down from being an executive board member on the Arizona ACEs Consortium, but continues to serve as the Chair of the Historical Trauma committee. She is an Adjunct Faculty member at the Arizona Trauma Institute/Trauma Institute International, and the founder of Phoenix Rising to Resilience virtual community on the ACEs Connection platform. Please join us in conversation with this grounded ‘Mother of the Universe’ as we explore healing intergenerational collective, historical trauma.
In this fantastic episode, Brad and Cassie bring in Bernie Floresca, Career Coach and Founder of Graduate To Hired to break down some of the important success benchmarks and career hacks that current students in postsecondary education can do to maximize their career net worth before graduation. Key points of discussion include: For students who are just entering into college or university in 2022, Bernie talks about what he thinks are the biggest first small steps that they can make to ensure an easier transition to the workplace Many students early into their journey are still working on clarifying their goals. Bernie talks about how they can engage in steps to build their brand while it's still being formulated Bernie talks about what he sees as the biggest regrets that seniors or recent grads have about what they “should have done” earlier on and what suggestions do you have about it What suggestions he has for students who are struggling to find an internship or co-op experience, and what steps they can take to increase their odds Many students don't take advantage of their career services offices on campus. He talks about what specific services should they utilize that builds to bridge to success after graduation For recent grads that are still struggling to really launch their professional career, they may just take the first job they could get or they're now in a lackluster environment. Bernie talks about what would be the most important things they can do to have more success landing the positions that they feel are best for them Bernie talks about what is the best piece of career advice that he could pass along to this next generation Guest Info: Bernie Floresca is an educator; he's a natural at bringing out the best in people. Bernie holds a Master's in electrical engineering, and is trained in leadership, communication, and coaching with Landmark Education. His diverse background includes being Adjunct Faculty at McHenry County College and DeVry University, project manager for AT&T Bell Laboratories, and career coach at Illinois Institute of Technology. Website: BernieFloresca.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/berniefloresca/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yourcareergps/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yourcareergps/support
“One of the things that we've noticed is when these animals repeatedly show up, that's when people really get frustrated, up to a point where they may leave loose electrical wires in their field. And when the herd or the animal comes back the next day, they get electrocuted. So you want to keep people from flipping out and doing something crazy, right?” - Krithi Karanth Dr. Krithi Karanth is Chief Conservation Scientist and Director at the Centre for Wildlife Studies, in Bangalore, India and is Adjunct Faculty at Duke University and National Centre for Biological Sciences. She has spent the past 24 years doing research in India and Asia, much of which has focused on the many issues in the surrounding the human side of wildlife conservation. Krithi has served as editor for Conservation Biology, Conservation Letters and currently Chief Editor for Frontiers in Ecology and Environment- Conservation Section. Her conservation and research work has been featured in 3 award-winning BBC Series - The Hunt, Big Cats and Dynasties, and documentaries by CBC and PBS. I have co-produced 4 documentaries Wild Seve, Humane Highways, Wild Shaale and Flying Elephants. In 2020 I co-starred in Save This Rhino: India by Disney Hotstar and National Geographic. The work that Krithi and her colleagues at the Centre for Wildlife Studies are doing is changing everything for the animals and the humans with whom they share land throughout rural India. We in the US could (and should) learn a thing or two from their work, especially when it comes to building tolerance for wild animals like wolves and creating solutions for sharing the land. Please listen and share. Links: https://cwsindia.org/ https://www.instagram.com/cwsindia/ https://www.facebook.com/cwsindia/ https://twitter.com/cwsindia
Is vaping helping people quit smoking or creating new smokers? In a simulation model, scientists calculated 3000 years of life gained in smokers who quit through vaping. They also calculated 1,500,000 years of life lost in teens and young adults who started vaping who otherwise would have never smoked. 3000 years gained verses 1.5 million year lost. What a terrible public health choice. Dr. William Lynch discusses vaping. William J. Lynch Jr. received his pharmacy degree from Rutgers University and is a practicing clinical pharmacist with Jefferson Health System where he is a member of the Pain Management & Addiction Committee. He serves as Adjunct Faculty at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine. His pharmacy background includes over 35 years of clinical practice at Jefferson and Rowan and also as Adjunct Faculty Clinical Preceptor for Rutgers University, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and Thomas Jefferson University College of Pharmacy. He is a clinical scientific expert member of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, National Marijuana Initiative Speakers Bureau (ONDCP HIDTA NMI) and the International Academy on the Science and Impact of Cannabis (IASIC). He is also a health care professional partner of the Keep Delaware Safe & Healthy Coalition, the State of Delaware Substance Abuse Epidemiological Outcomes Working Group and the Central Virginia Overdose Working Group. Bill serves as an Advisory Board Member with atTAcK addiction and is also a member of the Camden County New Jersey Addiction Awareness Task Force where he serves as the Education and Prevention Committee Co-Chair. He is a certified State of New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety Division of Criminal Justice Police Training Commission Instructor. He also serves as the Gloucester Township Police Department SAVE Program Adviser and as a New Jersey State Police Regional Operations Intelligence Center Drug Monitoring Initiative Fusion Center partner and Health and Prevention Sharing Network partner.
In this conversation on becoming a trauma-sensitive coach from the Coaches Rising Summit 2022, Bebe Hansen, Steven Hoskinson and Kim Barta share their thoughts on the differences between coaching and therapy, how both disciplines have and continue to evolve, and how to integrate a trauma-sensitive approach into your coaching. Steven Hoskinson is the Founder, CEO and CCO (Chief Compassion Officer) of Organic Intelligence® (OI) and the nonprofit Organic Intelligence Outreach Institute. OI's Human Empowerment And Resiliency Training (HEARTraining®) is an international personal and professional development training program using OI's strengths-based, trauma-safe approach for resiliency. Steve presents at conferences worldwide, is Adjunct Faculty for JFK University's Somatic Psychology program, a founding member of the Northern California Society for Integrative Mental Health and the International Transformational Resilience Coalition, and he hosts the podcast series, “The End of Trauma.” Bebe Hansen is the Principal of Presence-Based® Coaching, teaches all levels of their ICF approved certification program, and supports students through the certification process. As a senior faculty member, Bebe teaches the ICF approved coach training with other PBC faculty members, designed the Mentor Coaching course, and has trained a team of PBC Mentor Coaches who deliver the course. Kim Barta is an internationally recognized psychotherapist and speaker. He works with the entire spectrum of human development from infants to the elderly and specializes in working with advanced developmental level individuals. Kim conducts workshops internationally on human development and the evolution of consciousness. He focuses on practical, embedded, experiential, embodied exercises that make a real difference in people's lives, bringing the mystical to the ordinary for everyday bliss. Visit coachesrising.com to see our acclaimed online coach trainings and other offerings.
The guys were joined this week by a diverse panel of land survey professionals to discuss the various education & training opportunities for land surveyors. This esteemed group consisted of Peta Cox (National Training & Development Manager at Consulting Surveyors National, AUS), Michael Magyar (Owner, Magyar Land Surveying LLC in Oregon), Ray Lillibridge (PLS at OHM Advisors; Adjunct Professor at LTU; Adjunct Faculty at Eastern Michigan University, MI) and Brandon Montero (Program Director, Lead Trainer at Elevate Construction; Educator at Arizona State University; Author, Development Coach, AZ). I'm not sure if we solved all the "survey world's" problems, but we sure did touch on a number of issues affecting the profession of land surveying...past, present and future. Music by Buckcherry!!
Recently, Cynthia Bailey Manns came off of the SDI Coordinating Council, now called the SDI Board of Directors, and also wrote a reflection for Presence – our journal on spiritual direction and companionship. Cynthia and I discuss her written reflection, her time serving on the Coordinating Council, and her work as a soul companion. Cynthia Bailey Manns, D.Min., is an experienced soul companion, supervisor, workshop and retreat leader, Movement Chaplain, spiritual direction training program leader, Lilly Grant program leader and author. Her passion for soul care and sacred activism is foundational to her current service as the Adult Learning Director at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Community in Minneapolis, Adjunct Faculty in the Theology department at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, and accompanying lay and ordained spiritual leaders. She is the US Catholic representative and author for the 2023 World Council of Churches Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, and served as the past Chair of SDI's Coordinating Council.
We all likely want to improve the organizations we work in. We might want to improve the employee experience, improve the customer experience, or be more efficient and effective. But we all likely have had the experience of feeling like our organizations are too difficult, too entrenched, and too complex to change. Any organization—large or small, public or private—can feel like a faceless bureaucracy that is resistant to change. So what can people do who want to affect change? How do you accomplish things that can seem impossible?To answer these questions, we talked with Marina Nitze and Nick Sinai about their recently published book, Hack Your Bureaucracy: Get Things Done No Matter What Your Role on Any Team. Marina and Nick have deep experience in one of the largest, most complex bureaucracies in the world: the U.S. government. As technology leaders in the Obama White House, Marina and Nick undertook large change programs. Their book contains their stories and their advice for anyone who wants to affect change.We find the hacks in their book quite valuable, and we wish this book had been available early in our career when we were both in much larger organizations. We love the fact that their hacks focus on the people and working within a system for change—not the move fast & break things mentality of Silicon Valley. Above all, we appreciate that it's clear that Marina and Nick thought deeply about what they would have wanted to know when they embarked on the significant technology change programs they undertook in the White House and Veterans Administration.Marina Nitze is currently a partner at Layer Aleph, a crisis response firm that specializes in restoring complex software systems to service. Marina was most recently Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs under President Obama, after serving as Senior Advisor on technology in the Obama White House and as the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the U.S. Department of Education.Nick Sinai is a Senior Advisor at Insight Partners, a VC and private equity firm, and is also Adjunct Faculty at Harvard Kennedy School and a Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Nick served as U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer in the Obama White House, and prior, played a key role in crafting the National Broadband Plan at the FCC.If you enjoy our podcasts, please subscribe and leave a positive rating or comment. Sharing your positive feedback helps us reach more people and connect them with the world's great minds.Learn about our book Make Better Decisions and buy it on AmazonSubscribe to get Artificiality delivered to your emailLearn more about Sonder StudioThanks to Jonathan Coulton for our music This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit artificiality.substack.com
After almost 100 episodes, Mike happens to be the first pastor/body-builder that has graced the podcast … and he did not disappoint. With almost 20 years at the same church (North Pointe Community Church), and a story marked with unimaginable suffering, Mike is an incredible example of faithfulness and perseverance. In this conversation, Mike and Jason discuss the 100+ year history of North Pointe, the importance of building vibrant churches in rural communities, how to effect change while working with teams of people, as well as Mike's tragic story of loss and how it's impacted his life and pastoral vocation. We hope you are inspired through this episode with Mike Voll. Bio | Mike lives with his wife Melissa, and children Aubri and Zane in Edmonton, Alberta. He is the Lead Pastor at North Pointe Community Church and an Adjunct Faculty member at Vanguard College in Edmonton, where he teaches the Intermediate Pastoral Practicum class. Michael's passion in life is to communicate for change in everyday living through sharing his story and creative teaching of Bible principles. He is a speaker, teacher and writer on issues of faith, leadership and family. In his downtime Michael likes to be the tickle monster to his kids, read spy novels, lift weights and grill up a mean rib eye steak. Thanks to the Canadian Bible Society for supporting this episode. Learn more about their Bible Course here. Show Notes: North Pointe Community Church Sideswiped: Three Keys to a Fresh Start after Suffering a Broken Heart Apply for the 2023 Church Leaders Incubator Get Connected! Blog & Episode write-up Website Join our Mailing List! Subscribe on YouTube Follow on Instagram Share a Canadian Church Story
Today's guest is Grisell Hernandez, Grissel is a Caritas Coach and Executive Director at Stanford Health Care Center for Education and Professional Development (CEPD). She has over 25 years of nursing experience in holistic nursing, public health, community nursing, maternal newborn, nursing administration, and professional development. Grissel is an Adjunct Faculty for Watson Caring Science Institute and board certified in holistic nursing and nursing professional development. Grissel received her Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Her qualitative research study aimed to describe and understand the lived experience of nurse leaders practicing within Watson Caring Science framework (aka. Caritas Coaches), creating a caring, healing environment for staff. follow me on social media: whenthemomentchoosesyou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whenthemomentchoosesyou Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whenthemomentchoosesyou/ Website: charlenejohnsonglobal.net (coming soon) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/charlene-johnson68/message
29 children, teens, and young adults—mostly boys—were kidnapped and murdered from inner city Atlanta, between 1979 and 1981. At first, no one put together the links between the crimes, but soon the common details were noted; and Atlanta Police realized a serial killer stalked Atlanta. One man became the prime suspect, Wayne Williams. Williams is charged and convicted in two of the killings, but is believed to be responsible for at least 24 of the murders. Listen today as Nancy's guests, intimately involved in the case, lay out the evidence. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Joseph Drolet - Prosecutor, Author: "The Pursuit of the Atlanta Child Killer: Facts, Fibers, and Forensics" Lou Arcangeli - Former Deputy Chief of Police, Atlanta Police Department Vern E. Smith - Former Newsweek Atlanta Bureau Chief & National Correspondent, Author: "The Jones Men", Contributor, YahooNews.com, Twitter: @VESstories, VernESmith.wordpress.com Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S. - Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide”, bw-institute.com Dr. Todd M. Barr - Board-Certified Anatomic/Clinical/Forensic Pathologist (Ohio), Testified in Shawn Grate serial killer case, Featured in "Thin Places: Essays From In Between" by Jordan Kisner, Twitter: @ToddBarrME See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Publisher Kris Millegan speaks with Blair Alan Gadsby about Roe v. Wade, American evangelicals, the use of religion as a political wedge, and his book, RELIGIOUS DELUSIONS, AMERICAN STYLE: Manipulations of the Public's Mind.Blair is a graduate of the University of Toronto's Centre for Religious Studies and is currently Adjunct Faculty of Religious Studies at Maricopa County Community Colleges and Arizona State University teaching World Religions, Religion in America, and other courses.