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The Cabral Concept
2493: DNS Flavor, Uveitis, Inducing Period, Adolescent Sports Nutrition, Posterior Vitreous Detachment, NMN & Resveratrol (HouseCall)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 19:10


Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions:    Heather: Hi, me again! I also had a quick question about the natural flavors listed on the ingredient list for the Daily Fruit and Vegetable powder. What is it? I was under the impression that natural flavors are just another word for artificial flavors but I doubt you would put that in any of your products. Thanks for taking the time to answer our questions!   Amal: Hi Dr Cabral, I've been diagnosed with an inflammatory eye condition called Uveitis in my left eye. Doctors have not looked into what's causing it but I think it is autoimmune. I also seem to have something called lipedema. Everytime I try to detox my body, it will accelerate the inflammation in my eye, causing further damage to the eye. I tried to take iodine and it would help my eye but cause me to rapid fat gain everywhere. I then tried N acetyl cysteine and the same rapid weight gain but it would lower inflammation in the eye and clear my vision. Then I tried chlorella and spirulina and I would feel coolness in my eyes in 10 mins and it would clear my floaters, inflammation and improve vision. However I will gain a lot of body fat within 2 days of taking the chlorella & spirulina. I came across gynostemma herbal tea and I started losing weight within days but my eye would start hurting and I could also feel weakness in my right eye. I'm not sure what to do. I cant lose the weight without hurting my eye and I can't detox my liver or the rest of my body without gaining weight. My hair has become damaged and dry and I have developed a lot of cellulite on my legs and excess fat around my ankles and everywhere else. I am trying to work on gut health Any advice would be helpful.    Alicja: Hi Dr. Cabral, I would love to get your opinion about inducing period with prescription drugs. I lost my periods a while ago, but I'm only 38 so probably too early to be menopausal. 4 years ago I was pregnant and then was breastfeeding my baby for a while. It's been about 2 years since I stopped breastfeeding, but my cycles don't want to return. After having my baby I developed gut issues. Later I also found out I have hypothyroidism and Hashimoto. I've been addressing both. Overall I feel now much better and stronger comparing to where I was a year ago (thanks to moving to a new house and thanks to your protocols. I've done para pro and currently I'm in the muddle of CBO protocol) I should mention that I am underweight (BMI: 16.2) Since I've been feeling better recently, do you think I could now "induce" my period with a medication? Or do you think I should still wait longer until my body decides it's time. I'm not sure if it's good for me to be that long without cycles. I often hear from other women that once first period is induced, next ones come on their own. I tried Vitex in the past but stopped because I didn't feel well taking it. Thank you so much for your answer. I'm forever thankful for all your help.    Paula: Can you do a podcast on adolescent sports medicine or adolescent sports nutrition? Thanks.   Lynn: Hi Dr. Cabral, I've enjoyed your podcast for years now, thank you for such great content. Recently I was diagnosed with posterior vitreous detachment by my optometrist. What would you suggest? Thank you so much Lynn    Zak: Hi Dr. Cabral, I have been looking at taking NMN together with Trans Resveratrol however am concerned about any implications these 2 supplements may have on Hashimotos which I have. I have read a pubmed study suggesting that TSH may increase and that NMN is an antagonist to thyroid hormones? I would love to take NMN for all the benefits mentioned in your previous podcast however have reservations. Are you a able to shed some light on the effects NMN may have on the thyroid in particular Hashimotos? Thanks so much for all your insightful material. Zak   Thank you for tuning into today's Cabral HouseCall and be sure to check back tomorrow where we answer more of our community's questions!    - - - Show Notes and Resources: StephenCabral.com/2493 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? 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Primary Care Perspectives: Podcast for Pediatricians
Primary Care Perspectives: Sex-Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Youth: The CHOP Adolescent Protection Collaborative (APC) Clinic - Episode 137

Primary Care Perspectives: Podcast for Pediatricians

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 23:00


The Dolewite Podcast
You Are Most Likely Not A Sh***y Parent with Carla Naumberg

The Dolewite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 19:19


Carla Naumburg, PhD, LICSW, is a clinical social worker, and mother. She's the author of five non-fiction books, including her international bestseller, HOW TO STOP LOSING YOUR SH*T WITH YOUR KIDS and her latest work, YOU ARE NOT A SH*TTY PARENT.

The Peds NP: Pearls of Pediatric Evidence-Based Practice
Case study: Adolescent female with arm pain

The Peds NP: Pearls of Pediatric Evidence-Based Practice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 20:59


The next case study in our series on cognitive bias in healthcare follows an obese adolescent female with arm and neck pain who felt unheard during the 4 prior emergency room visits that week.  Listen as the differential diagnosis takes on a completely different angle and the pressure of making the diagnosis goes sky high!  We will unpack additional forms of cognitive bias and 2 more best practices for avoiding diagnostic error in the clinical setting.  

Help and Hope Happen Here
Steven Branfman will talk about his son Jared who passed away in 2005 after fighting a 2 year battle with Spinal Cancer. Since then, the Branfman family has raised over 6 million dollars for Pediatric Cancer research.

Help and Hope Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 67:35


Jared Branfman was diagnosed with Spinal Cancer in 2003, when he was 21 years old and an Adolescent and Young Adult patient. After a two year battle, his disease spread to his brain and he unfortunately passed away in September of 2005. On today's podcast, his father Steven will talk about the life that Jared led, which while all too short, was full of accomplishments as he brought joy to so many peopleSteven will highlight his family's passion for bicycling which began while Jared was 4 years old. A year before Jared's passing the Branfman's became involved in the Pan Mass Challenge which is a bicycle event that is considered the largest private charity in the world and benefits cancer patients. Since the mid 2000's Team Kermit, which was named for the frog and was Jared's favorite character growing up, has raised over 6 million dollars for research to help so many kids in their individual cancer fights. A good amount of this 6 million dollars has helped cancers very similar to what Jared had, and that if Jared had the benefit of this research back in the early 2000's, he very well might be alive today.

The Adult Chair
342: How to Work with and Tame the Inner Critic with Jenny Jansen

The Adult Chair

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 41:49


All of us have an inner critic – the part that reminds us of our limits and our failures and tries to “keep us in line.” It's that voice inside your head that can be critical, judgmental and even mean. Though it's just one part of who we are, the inner critic is one of those parts that can be especially painful and stressful to deal with. Not only does the inner critic impact our sense of self-worth, but it also keeps us stuck and small in life (although it thinks it's keeping us safe). We will often find this part standing between us and the dreams that are in our heart, telling us all the reasons why we can't or shouldn't. That is what Adult Chair® Coach Jenny Jansen encountered when she was considering joining The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification Program. She knew her heart was telling her to take the leap, but her inner critic dialed the volume up and tried to keep her stuck in fear. In this episode, Jenny tells the story of how she used The Adult Chair® to work with and transform her inner critic and how that was the first step toward living a life where she feels purposeful, energized and successful. Jenny shares a detailed example of doing her own parts work, helping illustrate what this work looks like in real life and how transformational it is. Listen to discover: How Jenny transformed her inner critic from her Adult Chair The tools Jenny used to work with her inner critic A beautiful parts work example from Jenny's work How Jenny overcame her fears about The Adult Chair Coaching Certification and became an amazingly successful coach As Jenny worked with her inner critic, she discovered that underneath the blame and shame it was throwing her way was fear. This is usually the case for our Adolescent parts – they are afraid and want to keep us safe. When we turn towards them with our healthy Adult voice and let them know they're ok, they transform. Jenny's story is a powerful example of how the goal is not to get rid of parts of ourselves but rather to integrate them into our whole self, with our healthy Adult in charge. “I feel like my inner critic was born when I was born.” - Jenny Jansen “When I turned toward it, I realized there was so much fear underneath.” - Jenny Jansen “The more you turn away from that voice, it gets louder.” - Michelle Chalfant “When we're able to turn toward those parts and get to know them, they morph.” - Michelle Chalfant “A lot of times, we mix up feeling safe with feeling familiar.” - Jenny Jansen “What is it going to take to move your body path in line with your soul path?” - Jenny Jansen “When we take these risks and work with these inner parts and walk through our fears, we become more authentic. We live more from our true self, our true essence, and we have an experience of it.” - Michelle Chalfant LINKS & RESOURCES Jenny Jansen Website https://www.trueconsciousliving.com/ 2023 Adult Chair® Coaching Certification - Doors Close December 16, 2022! https://theadultchair.com/certification MORE ADULT CHAIR The Adult Chair® Website https://theadultchair.com  The Adult Chair® Membership https://theadultchair.com/membership/ The Adult Chair® Events https://theadultchair.com/events/ The Adult Chair® Coaching Certification https://theadultchair.com/certification STAY CONNECTED Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themichellechalfant Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMichelleChalfant/ The Adult Chair® Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theadultchair/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Michellechalfant

You Are Not Broken
186. A Banned Book, Helping the Next Generation, and Closing the orgasm gap by 2040

You Are Not Broken

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 44:42


Dr. Carrie Leff is a practicing Internist and Pediatrician in Michigan. She is passionate about Adolescent and Women's health. Dr. Leff is on a mission to educate teens about their bodies and to help parents become more comfortable with difficult conversations with their kids. She is the mother of 3 daughters, a professional multi-tasker and a believer in the power of women. Dr. Leff co-wrote Celebrate Your Body 2: The Ultimate Puberty Book for Preteen and Teen Girls in 2019. It is a #1 Best seller in in Teen & Young Adult Health Books on Sexuality & Pregnancy on Amazon. We met at the ISSWSH conference March 2022 in Texas – we were both giving lectures. “Mommy, I feel like you wrote this book just for me” – Dr. Leff's daughter Why she wrote this book and created a program about puberty? How puberty is like menopause. She discusses when puberty starts and what first signs are. What does an all-American puberty education in a public school look like? “Talking to your kids should be 30 one minute conversations, not one 30 minute conversation” – Dr. Leff “Our kids aren't connecting puberty and sex unless we make that connection for them” – Dr. Leff If you can't/won't discuss puberty with your kids then you are teaching them that you aren't a resource for this information. I love how you call private parts “personal parts” – why is this important? So many middle aged women have body shame – when does this start? How she found out her book was banned. Consent – example of trying a shirt on at a store - - so important – many middle age women don't practice consent. How to close the orgasm gap by 2040 – her plan A golden question, “how will you know you are ready to have sex?” Moms buying teens their first vibrators – thoughts and her experience You didn't bring up birth control – when to bring it up, how to bring it up, resources for adults. You wrote an op-ed for the Washington post about your book getting banned: “Some parents believe that telling children the truth about sex and our bodies will spoil their innocence. But innocence and ignorance are not the same.” Celebrate Your Body 2 Book: https://amzn.to/3dLZzc7 https://turningteen.com/ https://www.instagram.com/drcarrieleff/ Did you get the You Are Not Broken Book Yet? https://amzn.to/3p18DfK Join my membership to get these episodes ASAP when they are created and without advertisement and even listen live to the interviews and episodes. www.kellycaspersonmd.com/membership Our podcast sponsor is Bonafide Bonafide products help women embrace the natural changes that occur throughout all phases of life. Discount code for 20% off:NOTBROKEN Sales link: https://hellobonafide.com/notbroken

Evolved Education
Tips & Strategies to Support Social-Emotional Well-Being with Jamie Sall, LMSW, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist | Ep #40

Evolved Education

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 31:04


Join Mary, Becky, and Jamie Sall, LMSW, as we discuss ways to think about and support our students within their social-emotional development. We discuss specific frameworks and strategies you can implement immediately to uplevel your child's learning life starting today! Jamie Sall, LMSW Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist https://www.drlessans.com/ Jamie.Sall.LMSW@gmail.com Please click the button to subscribe so you don't miss any episodes and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! For more information, visit the Evolved Education website at: https://evolvededucationcompany.com/category/podcasts/ © 2022 Mary Miele

Behavioral Health Today
Teen & Adolescent Mental Wellness with Michael Klinkner, LCSW – Episode 185

Behavioral Health Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 38:51


Nobody has a reference for parenting teens. For many, this is the first time doing this, so what are the right answers? Let alone what are the right answers for what you're comfortable with. If you as a parent are doing the best you can, with the best intentions then you're parenting fine. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Michael Klinkner. Michael is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 22 years of experience helping children, adolescents, and adults in therapy. Michael has specialty training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Neurolinguistic Programming. Currently, Michael is working with Evolve Counseling in Arizona where he treats a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and ADHD, focusing primarily on children, teen and adolescent populations. Together Graham and Michael discuss the challenges around teen mental health, the changes in positive socialization, as well as the dangers of social media and how to guide your child's relationship with technology as they mature, and finally encouraging parents to be proactive and have the difficult conversations to establish trust with your teen and ensure they're getting the right information. Most parents are doing the best they can, given their resources. If they had better resources they'd do better. We're not perfect parents. What are the small, but important things you can do today?   For more information about Michael Klinkner and Evolve Counseling, please visit: https://www.evolvecounselingaz.com Connect with Michael on Instagram at michael_klinknercouseling, or visit: https://www.instagram.com/evolvecounseling_AZ/ Finally, connect with Michael on Facebook at michaelklinknercounseling, or visit: https://www.facebook.com/michaelklinknercounseling

Neuro Pathways: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Medical Professionals
Adolescent Psychiatric Services: Managing an Increased Demand

Neuro Pathways: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Medical Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 27:49


Joseph Austerman, DO, discusses how psychiatric care is evolving to better meet the needs of the adolescent patient population.

Your Lot and Parcel
The Addicted Child, A Parent's Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse

Your Lot and Parcel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 30:08


My guest speaks to learning what makes adolescent addiction different. How drugs can change your child's brain and behaviors. The assessments and tests you should insist upon. And more.If your child uses alcohol or drugs, you know firsthand how it affects your family. You may be carrying your child's addiction on your own shoulders. You have cried and felt scared, wondering if today the drug would take your child forever.You might have been angry and asked, “How did I miss the warnings?” or wondered, “What did I do wrong?”You love your child but, like one patient's mother told me, you may feel overcome with fear. If your child uses alcohol or drugs, you know how it affects your family. These substances enter your child's brain and change their behavior. You want to help your child, but where do you begin? The Addicted Child is your roadmap. https://helptheaddictedchild.comhttp://www.yourlotandparcel.org

Dads Worldwide
The Parental Portal To Adolescent Addiction!

Dads Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 43:00


created by Polish It's a tough subject. Most parents don't know adolescent addiction is a problem or their problem. Lucky enough THE guide is here. The author of The Addicted Child, Richard Capriola, joins the show and educates me, you and answers all of my questions including the Dad questions. Link is below for his book and as always Thanks for listening! Find the book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098327233 Find out more about the book and Richard here: https://helptheaddictedchild.com/ About Richard Capriola:Richard Capriola spent 11 years working as an addictions counselor for Menninger Clinic in Houston Texas before retiring in 2019. Menninger Clinic is one of the top ten psychiatric hospitals in the United States and specializes in the assessment, stabilization and treatment of adults and adolescents with substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. During his tenure there he worked in the Adolescent Treatment program and the adult Comprehensive Psychiatric Assessment and Stabilization program. Working closelywith psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and nurses he was responsible for comprehensive assessments and individual and group counseling with patients diagnosed with substance use disorders.

The New Masculine
Christopher Reigeluth, Ph.D. Father, Husband, Outdoorsperson, Psychologist

The New Masculine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 73:26


To connect with Chris: http://chrisreigeluth.comIG: @chris_reigeluthTo get purchase a copy of the book:http://chrisreigeluth.com/publications/ To Connect with Travis:https://www.travisstock.comIG: @travers03Email: travisstock03@gmail.comPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/thenewmasculine

Insight Mind Body Talk
Raising a child with anxiety, with guest Elyse Laing

Insight Mind Body Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 55:04 Transcription Available


"I'm right here with you. You are safe.""Let's count to 20 together.""Tell me what you think will happen next". How can you help a child with anxiety? Join Jess and her guest, Elyse Laing, licensed professional counselor and a certified clinical child and adolescent anxiety treatment professional, as they talk about anxiety in children and teens. Elyse discusses the process of raising children with anxiety, how anxiety looks different in children compared to adults, and how you can help provide them with the care needed to manage symptoms, allowing them to live more freely and with ease. Produced by Jessica Warpula SchultzMusic by Jason A. SchultzInsight Mind Body Talk. Also, check out our e-courses!

Blocked and Reported
Episode 138: Jon Stewart And John Oliver Are Wrong About The Evidence For Puberty Blockers And Hormones

Blocked and Reported

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 110:12


You know those IDIOT REPUBLICANS who think that SCIENCE hasn't TOTALLY PROVEN that puberty blockers and hormones are AWESOME????? And TOTALLY REVERSIBLE????? Well two MOUTH-BREATHING IDIOTS who probably also HATE CRT and PUPPIES are so BIGOTED they don't even ACCEPT the MEDICAL CONSENSUS.(Show notes a bit longer and more in-depth than usual this week to help everyone follow along, double-check stuff, etc.)Show notes/Links:Carole hooven DESTROYS jon stewartThe state lawshttps://www.kff.org/other/issue-brief/youth-access-to-gender-affirming-care-the-federal-and-state-policy-landscape/Jesse on the state laws in 2020The vote went down after the episode was recorded, but Florida has now banned yuth gender medicine, with exceptions for those already receiving it and future research projectshttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/04/health/florida-gender-care-minors-medical-board.htmlThe full episode of Stewart's show: https://tv.apple.com/us/episode/the-war-over-gender/umc.cmc.1jj39s607lehulo4k0iscsarp“I don't send someone to a therapist when I'm going to start them on insulin.”https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/07/when-a-child-says-shes-trans/561749/“Historically, mental health professionals have been charged with ensuring ‘readiness' [she puts that in scare quotes] for phenotypic transition, along with establishing a therapeutic relationship that will help young people navigate this very same transition. These 2 tasks are at odds with each other because establishing a therapeutic relationship entails honesty and a sense of safety that can be compromised if young people believe that what they need and deserve (potentially blockers, hormones, or surgery) can be denied them according to the information they provide to the therapist.” This excerpt strongly suggests she doesn't believe in the traditional gatekeeping role a mental-health clinician might play in a situation like this, helping to determine if a young person will benefit from transitioning.https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/article-abstract/2504256Kids — sorry, sorry — “adolescents” — getting double mastectomies at 13 or 14https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29507933/“Suicide Attempts among Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Adults: Findings of the Naitonal Transgender Discrimination Survey.”https://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/Trans-GNC-Suicide-Attempts-Jan-2014.pdfn.b.: “Without such probes, we were unable to determine the extent to which the 41 percent of NTDS participants who reported ever attempting suicide may overestimate the actual prevalence of attempts in the sample.” And:Finally, it should be emphasized that the NTDS, like all similar surveys, captured information about suicide attempts, not completed suicide. Lacking any information about completed suicide among transgender people (due primarily to decedents not being identified by gender identity or transgender status), it may be tempting to consider suicide attempt data to be the best available proxy measure of suicide death. Data from the U.S. population at large, however, show clear demographic differences between suicide attempters and those who die by suicide. While almost 80 percent of all suicide deaths occur among males, about 75 percent of suicide attempts are made by females. Adolescents, who overall have a relatively low suicide rate of about 7 per 100,000 people, account for a substantial proportion of suicide attempts, making perhaps 100 or more attempts for every suicide death. 13 suicides per 100,000 in a GIDS samplehttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10508-022-02287-7Insanely high rate of 2.8% in a Belgian clinical samplehttps://biblio.ugent.be/publication/8706800/file/8707586.pdfT H E G U I D E L I N E SStewart: So these, the guidelines that you wrote, because you were responsible with the endocrine board for writing guidelines of care for endocrinology.Safer: The Endocrine Society, yesStewart: The endocrine society.Yes.Stewart: And that was based on, uh, research papers, data, the things that you saw. Intervening with gender affirming care which may be just being respectful or, as they get older some of these other things. You've seen that have a reduction in depression, a reduction in suicide — that's what you've studied.Safer: Absolutely.Nothing about mental health improvement, lotta assessment-talk, “low evidence” at best https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/102/11/3869/4157558?login=false#99603239The Ibuprofen System For Evidence Assessmenthttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK470778/table/app2.t2/Erica Anderson and Laura Edwards-Leeper take their concerns to the Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/11/24/trans-kids-therapy-psychologist/Jesse's interview with Anderson on BARPodRutledge: We don't have enough data, we don't have enough to show that these drugs are effective and that these children are better off. And that we should encourage…Stewart: You don't have enough, or it's not enough for you? I've got some bad news for ya. Parents with children who have gender dysphoria, have lost children, to suicide, and depression. Rutledge : They absolutely have.Stewart: —because it's acute. And so these mainstream medical organizations have developed guidelines through peer reviewed data, and studies. And through those guidelines, they've improved mental health outcomes.Rutledge's read on the evidence is perfectly reasonableHere's Sweden's National Board of Health and Welfare:For adolescents with gender incongruence, the [National Board of Health and Welfare] deems that the risks of puberty suppressing treatment with GnRH-analogues and gender-affirming hormonal treatment currently outweigh the possible benefits, and that the treatments should be offered only in exceptional cases. … To minimize the risk that a young person with gender incongruence later will regret a gender-affirming treatment, the NBHW deems that the criteria for offering GnRH-analogue and gender-affirming hormones should link more closely to those used in the Dutch protocol, where the duration of gender incongruence over time is emphasized.https://www.socialstyrelsen.se/globalassets/sharepoint-dokument/artikelkatalog/kunskapsstod/2022-3-7799.pdfAnd here's Finlands' Council for Choices in Health Care, via an unofficial translationIn light of available evidence, gender reassignment of minors is an experimental practice. Based on studies examining gender identity in minors, hormonal interventions may be considered before reaching adulthood in those with firmly established transgender identities, but it must be done with a great deal of caution, and no irreversible treatment should be initiated. Information about the potential harms of hormone therapies is accumulating slowly and is not systematically reported. It is critical to obtain information on the benefits and risks of these treatments in rigorous research settings.https://segm.org/sites/default/files/Finnish_Guidelines_2020_Minors_Unofficial%20Translation.pdfNHS headed same wayhttps://www.engage.england.nhs.uk/specialised-commissioning/gender-dysphoria-services/user_uploads/b1937-ii-specialist-service-for-children-and-young-people-with-gender-dysphoria-1.pdfDutch stuffhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0092623X.2022.2121238https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0092623X.2022.2046221Depression and suicidality linked to blockers, perhaps rarelyhttps://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2016/019732s042,020517s038lbl.pdfThttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3693622/“Testosterone Therapy is Associated With Depression, Suicidality, and Intentional Self-Harm: Analysis of a National Federated Database”https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1743609522012449#:~:text=Testosterone%20use%20was%20independently%20associated,testosterone%20deficient%20sub%2Dgroup%20analysisThe book to read on Thttps://www.amazon.com/Story-Testosterone-Hormone-Dominates-Divides/dp/1250236061The desistane literature is by no means “debunked,” and if you actually read the studies, no, the clinicians who wrote them did not confuse a bunch of merely gender nonconforming kids for genuinely gender dysphoric onesThese studies aren't perfect and come from different contexts, but they consistently tell the same storyhttp://www.sexologytoday.org/2016/01/do-trans-kids-stay-trans-when-they-grow_99.htmlThat story probably doesn't apply to kids who socially transition at a young age https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/04/health/transgender-children-identity.htmlhttps://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/150/2/e2021056082/186992/Gender-Identity-5-Years-After-Social-Transition?autologincheck=redirected%3fnfToken%3d00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000Even at the bigger clinics that do take a multidisciplinary approach, and where kids could theoretically get comprehensive, holistic care, that isn't always happeninghttps://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-transyouth-care/In interviews with Reuters, doctors and other staff at 18 gender clinics across the country described their processes for evaluating patients. None described anything like the months-long assessments de Vries and her colleagues adopted in their research. At most of the clinics, a team of professionals – typically a social worker, a psychologist and a doctor specializing in adolescent medicine or endocrinology – initially meets with the parents and child for two hours or more to get to know the family, their medical history and their goals for treatment. They also discuss the benefits and risks of treatment options. Seven of the clinics said that if they don't see any red flags and the child and parents are in agreement, they are comfortable prescribing puberty blockers or hormones based on the first visit, depending on the age of the child. “For those kids, there's not a value of stretching it out for six months to do assessments,” said Dr Eric Meininger, senior physician for the gender health program at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. “They've done their research, and they truly understand the risk.”2020 Finnish studyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31762394/Those who did well in terms of psychiatric symptoms and functioning before cross-sex hormones mainly did well during real-life. Those who had psychiatric treatment needs or problems in school, peer relationships and managing everyday matters outside of home continued to have problems during real-life. … Medical gender reassignment is not enough to improve functioning and relieve psychiatric comorbidities among adolescents with gender dysphoria. Appropriate interventions are warranted for psychiatric comorbidities and problems in adolescent development.Jack Turban misinterpreting it:https://archive.ph/wip/x6LGWGIDS study comparing a group of kids with serious mental health problems who were delayed access to youth gender medicine to a group of kids who were able to start sooner because their mental health was solid enoughhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26556015/Severely distorted UW study also found no improvement among kids who went on youth gender medicineYet another study out of GIDS, on kids from 12 to 15 years old who went on blockers, found no mental-health improvements, full-stophttps://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0243894Littman defends Littman's research methodshttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10508-020-01631-zThat dumb chartWe also have chartshttps://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21929361-000-multiple-personalities-takedown-of-a-diagnosis/http://www.fmsfonline.org/?ginterest=RecoveredMemoriesInTheCourts“Another significant issue raised with us is one of diagnostic overshadowing – many of the children and young people presenting have complex needs, but once they are identified as having gender-related distress, other important healthcare issues that would normally be managed by local services can sometimes be overlooked.”https://cass.independent-review.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Cass-Review-Interim-Report-Final-Web-Accessible.pdfNHS changes course on the safety/reversibility of blockers in 2020https://www.transgendertrend.com/nhs-no-longer-puberty-blockers-reversible/[Michael Hobbes got mad at me for posting this because he doesn't like Transgender Trend, but holy hell is that stupid: They are simply summing up and putting into writing a change to the NHS website, and they're citing a BBC report on the same subject. -Jesse]OLD LANGUAGE: The effects of treatment with GnRH analogues are considered to be fully reversible, so treatment can usually be stopped at any time after a discussion between you, your child and your [multidisciplinary team]NEW LANGUAGE: Little is known about the long-term side effects of hormone or puberty blockers in children with gender dysphoria. Although the Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) advises this is a physically reversible treatment if stopped, it is not known what the psychological effects may be. It's also not known whether hormone blockers affect the development of the teenage brain or children's bones. Side effects may also include hot flushes, fatigue and mood alterations.Serious Lupron side effectshttps://www.statnews.com/2017/02/02/lupron-puberty-children-health-problems/For years, Sharissa Derricott, 30, had no idea why her body seemed to be failing. At 21, a surgeon replaced her deteriorated jaw joint. She's been diagnosed with degenerative disc disease and fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition. Her teeth are shedding enamel and cracking. None of it made sense to her until she discovered a community of women online who describe similar symptoms and have one thing in common: All had taken a drug called Lupron. Thousands of parents chose to inject their daughters with the drug, which was approved to shut down puberty in young girls but also is commonly used off-label to help short kids grow taller. The drug's pediatric version comes with few warnings about long-term side effects. It is also used in adults to fight prostate cancer or relieve uterine pain and the Food and Drug Administration has warnings on the drug's adult labels about a variety of side effects. More than 10,000 adverse event reports filed with the FDA reflect the experiences of women who've taken Lupron. The reports describe everything from brittle bones to faulty joints. In interviews and in online forums, women who took the drug as young girls or initiated a daughter's treatment described harsh side effects that have been well-documented in adults.Caroline Jemsbyhttps://www.journalismfund.eu/journalists/carolina-jemsbyGULDSPADENhttps://archive.ph/wip/GFuryClip in questionhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1bL4WWMCs46dCKweZzz0gBj1AqE62k3oj/view?usp=sharingFull unlocked interview with JesseGLAAD is glad journalists are falling in linehttps://www.glaad.org/blog/jon-stewart-sets-record-straight-gender-affirming-carehttps://www.glaad.org/blog/john-oliver-explains-why-gender-affirming-care-is-so-importantBut sometimes nothttps://www.glaad.org/gap/jesse-singalJesse's response to the original version of his page (he hasn't yet responded to the new one, which went up after this, because life is short): The TikTok Doc yeets some teetshttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/26/health/top-surgery-transgender-teenagers.htmlWhoops:Dr. Gallagher of Miami said that she follows up with patients for up to a year. “I can say this honestly: I don't know of a single case of regret,” Dr. Gallagher said in May, adding that regret was much more common with cosmetic procedures. But one of her former top surgery patients, Grace Lidinsky-Smith, has been vocal about her detransition on social media and in news reports. “I slowly came to terms with the fact that it had been a mistake born out of a mental health crisis,” Ms. Lidinsky-Smith, 28, said in an interview.So basically, these clinicians are claiming top surgery has incredibly low regret rates, but they're simply not bothering to keep in touch with their patients. And one year is not very long for followup on this — if you give a kid top surgery at 15 or 16, one of the questions is whether, as their peers sexually develop and start families, they'll at some point wish they had breasts. It's a totally natural, important question, and you can't answer it if your patients are disappearing into the void just one year after you perform surgery on them.Age guidelineshttps://www.cdc.gov/hiv/policies/law/states/minors.htmlOliver: So the benefits of providing care are immense and the risks of withholding it are dire. A survey of around 28,000 trans people found that of those who wanted hormone therapy and didn't receive it 58% reported suicidal thoughts in a given year, which is why the three major professional associations of Child and Adolescent doctors, psychologists and psychiatrists have endorsed gender affirming care and condemned efforts to deny it. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0261039This study is ridiculous and doesn't even show any correlation between access to hormones and improvement on the more serious suicide measures anywayOliver: You may have seen or heard from a small subset of people who D transitioned but it is worth noting such cases are rare and highly individualized. Studies show an average of just 2% of people who transition expressed regret. And the vast majority of those who have opted to detransition did so not because of changes in their gender identity but due to external factors such as stigma and lack of social support. Supposedly 1% - 2% regret ratehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8099405/Lost to follow datahttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Yog0cUgVufxoTY64q-ll1wr7XcBhuqKD/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=102378063559486309340&rtpof=true&sd=trueOliver is relying not on a study of detransitioners, but on individuals who currently identify as transhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8213007/Littman study of detransitionershttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34665380/Reasons for detransitioning were varied and included: experiencing discrimination (23.0%); becoming more comfortable identifying as their natal sex (60.0%); having concerns about potential medical complications from transitioning (49.0%); and coming to the view that their gender dysphoria was caused by something specific such as trauma, abuse, or a mental health condition (38.0%). Homophobia or difficulty accepting themselves as lesbian, gay, or bisexual was expressed by 23.0% as a reason for transition and subsequent detransition. The majority (55.0%) felt that they did not receive an adequate evaluation from a doctor or mental health professional before starting transition and only 24.0% of respondents informed their clinicians that they had detransitioned.  This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe

Public Health On Call
539 - When Surges of Respiratory Disease Meet a Mental Health Crisis

Public Health On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 13:36


Disappointing rates of child and adolescent vaccination for COVID are colliding with an intensifying seasonal storm of viral illnesses including flu and RSV. ERs and pediatric ICU beds are already filling up in some areas and many more kids will miss precious school time on top of pandemic learning loss. Pediatrician Dr. Megan Tschudy talks with Stephanie Desmon about the importance of vaccination in prevention and protection, a worsening child and adolescent mental health crisis, and why the pandemic's lingering aftershocks are far from over.

Today's Top Tune
Enny Owl: ‘Sandbox'

Today's Top Tune

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 2:20


“Adolescent heartbreak, whether romantic or platonic, is a dreadful pain we've all felt,” says LA-based fantasy folk artist Enny Owl, who uses metaphor to take us back to childhood and the big emotions we had a hard time processing on her song “Sandbox.” 

Grown and Growing Podcast
Breaking Down the Adolescent Mental Crisis with Dr. Jari Santana-Wynn

Grown and Growing Podcast

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 66:22


After learning about the child and adolescent mental health crisis in the US, I wanted to talk to a clinical expert to learn more and better equip myself with tools for my own children. The conversation is enlightening and helpful. This conversation with Dr. Jari @doctor.jari  gave me hope.About My Guest:Dr. Jari Santana-Wynn is a child and family therapist, parent coach, international speaker, and certified LGBTQI+ trainer with over 20 years of clinical experience. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Miami University (OH) and has worked in community mental health clinics, hospitals, and schools. Her clinical expertise is focused on child and adolescent mental health, trauma informed care, immigrant mental health, and acculturation stress. Dr. Jari's own experiences as an Afro-Latina immigrant child drive her commitment to culturally competent mental health services for minority communities and make her a tenacious advocate for their social, economic, health care, and educational needs.Special Offer for Listeners:For listeners of Grown and Growing, Dr. Jari is offering 50% off of her video series Decolonizing Parenting, a series where Dr. Jari and her sister discuss non-coercive and non-violent parenting strategies that are consistent with the Afro-indigenous child rearing practices of our ancestors.Visit:  https://doctorjari.com/Use the code:  grown&growingGrown and Growing Podcast: Like. Follow. Share. Connect with me:Website: grownandgrowing.buzzsprout.comFacebook: @GrownandgrowingpodcastInstagram: @GrownandgrowingpodcastEmail: grown.growingpodcast@gmail.com

Diverse Thinking Different Learning
Ep. 105: Medication Helps But is Not a Magic Potion for ADHD with Syed Naqvi, MD

Diverse Thinking Different Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 42:34


If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, you might be considering your treatment options. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that for children between the ages of 4 and 6, the first line of treatment should include parent training in behavior management and behavioral classroom interventions. Medication should be used if those interventions do not result in significant improvement or if the child continues to have serious problems. For children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 18, recommended treatment is FDA approved medications along with parent training in behavior management and classroom interventions. Medication works alongside behavior management. We get questions frequently about medication and they need to be answered by a pediatric expert. That's why I have asked Dr. Syed Naqvi to join the podcast for this conversation on medication as a treatment for ADHD. In this episode, you'll learn how medication can benefit a child with ADHD, but also the steps to take before it is ever considered.     Show Notes: [2:46] - Over the years, Dr. Wilson has received numerous questions about medication. [3:33] - Medication consultations are necessary to determine if it's appropriate. [4:26] - Not every case of ADHD needs medication as treatment. [5:50] - For medication to be used, ADHD must interfere with daily life. [7:01] - Be mindful that ADHD might not be the sole factor in disruptive behavior. [8:55] - Dr. Naqvi is adamant about using standard scales. [10:10] - Sometimes, Dr. Naqvi can be doing an ADHD assessment and notice other learning disabilities. [11:33] - Interventions will vary depending on the age of the child and there are a lot of factors that impact them. [13:14] - Interventions need to be revisited every 6-12 months. [15:29] - The root cause is the most important piece to find and that's challenging in a child as they are growing and changing. [17:23] - All medications have side effects and they need to be considered. If the risks outweigh the benefits, that is not the route to take. [18:49] - The benefits of medication will be different per child. [20:50] - Setting boundaries and rules to help manage behavior is necessary in addition to medication. [23:07] - Dr. Naqvi and Dr. Wilson discuss work by Russell Barkley. [24:01] - Interventions need to take place before medication is introduced. [25:19] - Some parents are disappointed when medication isn't immediately prescribed, but Dr. Naqvi shares that it is not a magic potion. [27:05] - Dr. Naqvi shares the differences between some common medications prescribed for ADHD. [30:16] - FDA guidelines must be considered. [31:36] - Dr. Naqvi educates parents on other types of supplements that could benefit children with ADHD before resorting to medication. [33:12] - Let children have their joy but be aware of things like treats and how they impact their behavior. [35:26] - Be aware of myths that surround ADHD and ADHD medication. [36:43] - Genetics also plays a role in side effects. [37:53] - ADHD is a genetic disorder, which may impact the parent in remembering to give the child medication appropriately. [40:39] - If you have questions for Dr. Naqvi, email is the best way to reach him.   About Our Guest: Syed Naqvi MD is Board certified and recertified, in both adult and child & Adolescent psychiatry. He provides state-of-the-art psychopharmacological treatment to children with autism, intellectual disabilities with psychiatric issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and Tourette's disorder. He has been the recipient of numerous awards. Dr. Naqvi is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry in UCLA. He also devotes his professional time as Director of Psychiatric services at Wayfinder family services in Los Angeles and in his private practice in Beverly Hills and Calabasas.     Connect with Dr. Naqvi: Email: naqvihealer@gmail.com   Links and Related Resources: Episode 34: Key Principles for Raising a Child with ADHD with Dr. Russell A. Barkley What Causes ADHD? The Intersection of Executive Function, ADHD, and Other Learning Differences Executive Functioning and Self Regulation in ADHD Mindfulness in the Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder   Join our email list so that you can receive information about upcoming webinars - ChildNEXUS.com The Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Additionally, the views and opinions expressed by the host and guests are not considered treatment and do not necessarily reflect those of ChildNEXUS, Inc or the host, Dr. Karen Wilson.

Health Bite
#HealthBiteinTheNews Anxiety in Kids, Insomnia, Poor Sleep, and Adolescent Obesity Risks, How an Obesity Medicine Specialist can Help in Weight and Weightloss

Health Bite

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 27:01


Why let ourselves get fooled by all the sensationalism out there when it comes to health and wellness when we can take simple steps towards our well-being's betterment?There's been a lot of bias when it comes to obesity and obesity management, so much that it has already pushed people to shame themselves. Patients come in every now and then, saying they should be able to do things alone, just by themselves. But this isn't supposed to happen, that's why we're here with another episode of the Nutrition and Obesity in the News segment. Make sure to tune in as Dr. Adrienne discusses anxiety screening, use of weight loss drugs, using food to soothe, and prioritizing sleep.In this episode, Dr. Adrienne shares her take on recent news released in the past month about anxiety screening, use of weight loss drugs, using food to soothe, and prioritizing sleep as she gives actionable bites you can use to take action towards better health and well-being. What you will learn from this episode:Understand why our teenagers need to get more sleep, in line with the reason on why they should prioritize it;Recognize the role that we play when it comes to our hunger for highly palatable food and why we shouldn't use food to soothe difficult emotions; andWhy you should be prepared for an anxiety screening during your annual visit and learn whether or not you're a candidate for drugs on anti-obesity “As always, this is not about an expert telling you, you know, prompting fear. This is not about the nocebo effect and what we can't do. This podcast is all about empowering you and what we can do.”– Dr. Adrienne YoudimRecommended Episodes For YouFinding Balance and Optimizing Sleep with Dr. Nishi BhopalWhy Sleep is a Vitamin with Adrienne Youdim#Healthbiteinthenews: 10K Steps, Injectables for Weightloss, Obesogens, and Risk of Colon Cancer for the Food You Eat…and MoreObesity, Nutrition, and Food in the NewsHow We Hurt Ourselves, Mind, and Body When We Use Food to SootheBroadening What It Means to Nourish, Mind and Body with There 5 Pillars of Health and WellbeingWays to Connect with Dr. Adrienne Youdim:Email: dr@dradrienneyoudim.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradrienneyoudim/ Website: https://www.dradrienneyoudim.comIf you love it and you think it is of benefit, please share this podcast with one person that you love. You can also go to http://www.dradrienneyoudim.com and sign up for my newsletter. If you prefer to get information in written form, you can get these tips via newsletter every week.    

Life Coaching for Women Physicians
132. Exercise/Fat Loss Pitfalls: Top 10 Reasons Why You Haven't Committed Yet

Life Coaching for Women Physicians

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 33:09


We all use excuses not to commit to an exercise or health plan. But the truth is, that's all they are: excuses. If you find yourself full of excuses not to commit, you're not alone – it's a widespread occurrence. Dr. Mark Novitsky joins me to discuss the top ten reasons we don't commit to a fitness or health plan.   The Top 10 Reasons Why You Haven't Committed to Exercise Time Mistrust Disappointment  Shame for Needing Help Overwhelm Resistance  Always Putting Others First Procrastination Discounting Yourself Money   About Dr. Mark Novitsky Dr. Mark Novitsky is a Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Board Certified Adult Psychiatrist.  Dr. Mark believes that effective work with children involves working closely with parents, schools, and other medical/mental health providers - to achieve a joint goal of optimizing a child's well-being.   His extensive clinical experience includes, but is not limited to: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Mood Disorders Depressive disorder Bipolar disorder Anxiety Disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Childhood trauma/Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder Substance Use Disorders Dr. Mark is an adjunct faculty for Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University's Department of Psychiatry.  He was previously the Corporate Medical Director for one of Philadelphia's largest non-profit Child Mental Health Organizations.  He is a graduate of The Beck Initiative, a joint collaboration between The Aaron T. Beck Center at The University of Pennsylvania and CBH/DBHIDS, for Cognitive Therapy and Research.  For the last several years, he has had the privilege of working at Washington DC's premier psychiatry office, Potomac Psychiatry, as a child and adolescent psychiatrist, adult psychiatrist, and a forensic expert witness providing court testimony in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia region.  Potomac Psychiatry has been featured as the Faces of Washington, in The Washingtonian Magazine. Dr. Mark grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs, received his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University, and attended both medical school and psychiatry residency at Temple University School of Medicine (now Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University). He served as Chief Resident in his third year of residency at Temple.  He completed Child and Adolescent fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University, where he served as Chief Fellow.   During his fellowship, Dr. Mark was awarded a research grant.  He has several publications in peer-reviewed journals and has presented his research at the annual meetings of both the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP).  In 2013, his Adherence in Pediatric Psychopharmacology-A Multi-dimensional Perspective and Approach was a docent selection of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Mark has taught hundreds of medical students and residents, and most recently was the lead Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in a non-profit public outreach campaign to Philadelphia schools through Michael's Giving HAND (Micahel P. Donatucci Foundation, Inc ), teaching school administration, teachers, counselors, and parents about how to identify and address Depression, Anxiety, Substance abuse, and Bullying.   When he's not working, Dr. Mark enjoys spending time with his family, walking around Longwood Gardens, checking out live music, and being outdoors with his Labradoodle.   Prioritize Your Fitness The number one excuse we hear is that people don't have time to exercise. But making the time to take on healthy behaviors can actually make you more productive in all other areas of your life.  It really comes down to having well-defined goals, setting your priorities, and sticking to them. I find this especially helpful if you feel you've failed in the past – you simply didn't have these goals as your priorities then, which is okay. I understand that it can feel overwhelming to try to start a fitness routine when you already have so much going on. Letting the overwhelming feeling win is easy, but by setting out your top three priorities daily, you can start getting a grip on it all.   Put Yourself First As women physicians, we're used to putting everyone else before ourselves. This is counterproductive! By putting yourself first, you fill your cup, giving you so much more energy, space, and opportunity to serve the other people and priorities in your life.  One of the other big excuses for fitness is procrastination. We tend to procrastinate on what isn't a priority for us. What if you did make your health and fitness a priority? Imagine what could change. I want you to invest in yourself. I want you to put yourself first. I want you to prioritize your health, wellness, fitness, and happiness. You are so worth it. Do your decisions align with your top priorities? What steps can you make this week to stop using any of these top ten excuses not to exercise? Let me know in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  How often we all use time as an excuse not to do something [4:00] What happens when we create the time to take on healthy behaviors [5:15] The importance of a clearly defined goal [8:15] What happens when you change your thought process about failure and priorities [11:30] How to prioritize exercise when you already have so much else going on [15:45] Why you are least productive when you're overwhelmed [16:45] What transformation happens when you put yourself first [23:00] Why we procrastinate on our health and fitness goals [24:45] Why you need to invest in yourself and your health [28:45]   Quotes “There are 24 hours in a day, and that's never going to change. It's not actually about the time, it's about how you use the time and what you choose to use your time on. It all comes down to priorities.” [3:26]  “We set ourselves up for disappointment. We set ourselves up for failure if we don't go ahead and define what it is that we want, and we agree to trust the process. That's why it's important that we know what we're getting ourselves into. Even if we get ourselves into something that's not comfortable, we can trust ourselves to be successful because we know what we're trying to achieve.” [9:16] “It starts with us. We have to agree that we are worth it, and there is no more putting a hold on ourselves.” [17:47] “It is so easy to try and put others first, but you will show up as your best self if you are putting yourself first. You are the most important person in the room.” [23:06] “The investment that you make in yourself and your health is priceless.” [28:43]   Resources Mentioned Transform Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 128: Rethinking Weight Loss Episode 129: So Much More Than Weight Loss Part 1 Episode 130: So Much More Than Weight Loss Part 2

Northeast Ohio Parent presents aParently Speaking
Podcast #84 Understanding your Adolescent

Northeast Ohio Parent presents aParently Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 43:33


On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner is joined by Carl Pickhardt, Ph.D, a psychologist, speaker and parenting expert to discuss his new book "Holding On While Letting Go: Parenting Your Child Through the Four Freedoms of Adolescence." The post Podcast #84 Understanding your Adolescent appeared first on Northeast Ohio Parent.

Saving Lives In Slow Motion
Depression and anxiety

Saving Lives In Slow Motion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 20:37


Both of these potentially debilitating conditions are often experienced together and affect up to 1 in 4 people at any time.In this episode I look at the underlying reasons, what we can do about them and how to approach depression and anxiety practically.Links:NHS waiting list: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/nhs-mental-health-waiting-list-b2145432.htmlDefinitions and statistics: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/types-of-mental-health-problems/statistics-and-facts-about-mental-health/how-common-are-mental-health-problems/The genetic basis of depression: https://journals.lww.com/hrpjournal/fulltext/2015/01000/genetic_determinants_of_depression__recent.1.aspxDNA methylation and depression: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6362194/NICE guidance and treatment of depression: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng222CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy): https://www.nhs.uk/mental-health/talking-therapies-medicine-treatments/talking-therapies-and-counselling/cognitive-behavioural-therapy-cbt/overview/Adolescent depression: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/drt/2020/5951792/Cultural influences on mental health: https://pha.berkeley.edu/2017/04/16/cultural-influences-on-mental-health/Box breathing: https://www.healthline.com/health/box-breathingMindfulness (being in the moment): https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/drugs-and-treatments/mindfulness/about-mindfulness/The Power of Now: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Power-Now-Guide-Spiritual-Enlightenment/dp/0340733500Pre-order my book now: THE HEALTH FIX > https://www.amazon.co.uk/Health-Fix-Transform-Your-Weeks/dp/1914239296Leafyard (CBT based app): Leayard.com/actnow Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Restoring Human Movement
Reducing Shoulder Pain In Adolescent Baseball Players

Restoring Human Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 42:00


PREMIUM PODCAST LINK (for Clinicians only) Looking to get in touch with our office? Send us a message here. We are in Costa Mesa CA but we can help people virtually very efficiently.  This week's podcast we cover shoulder pain in baseball players, diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Rotator cuff tears, labrums, little leaguer's shoulder and so on. Enjoy! 5 Step Workshops for Clinicians link Cody Dimak Strength and Conditioning Series for Clinicians

From The Center of Jungian Positive Psychology
How to Develop the Courage to Love

From The Center of Jungian Positive Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 37:53 Transcription Available


In this episode, we continue our series on the Mother's influence in life based on Erikson's Stages of Development and enter the Adolescent and Early Adulthood stages. How do we determine who we are and our role in societyGender Identity and testing different roles with peersDealing with struggles to form close relationships and the capacity to experience intimacy and loveExamining your mother's marriage or partnerships and the dynamics of relationships and rejecting or mimicking their relationship styleProjections of parent image onto romantic partnersWatch the next Soul Session in this series on our YouTube Channel.Discover our Jungian Life Coach Training Program.

The Visible Voices
Kevin M Simon Chief Behavioral Health Officer for the City of Boston.

The Visible Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 33:19


Kevin M. Simon, MD, was appointed as the first Chief Behavioral Health Officer for the City of Boston. Dr. Simon will guide a public health strategy to support Bostonians' growing mental and behavioral health needs at the Boston Public Health Commission. In addition, he is an Attending Psychiatrist at Boston Children's Hospital, an Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, a Commonwealth Fund Fellow at Harvard University, and a Medical Director of Wayside Youth and Family Support Network. Dr. Simon practices as a Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist & Addiction Medicine specialist caring for youth through the Adolescent Substance use & Addiction Program (ASAP) at Boston Children's Hospital. As a physician-scientist, Dr. Simon has received federal funding for work focused on the intersections of mental health, substance use, and juvenile justice. Dr. Simon has helped design and transform behavioral health agencies as a healthcare consultant and administrative leader. He completed clinical fellowships in child & adolescent psychiatry and addiction medicine at Boston Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School and a residency in adult psychiatry at Grady Hospital, affiliated with Morehouse School of Medicine, in Atlanta, GA. He received his medical degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. His writings on health equity, mental health, and substance use are in notable journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, American Journal of Public Health, and Health Affairs. NEJM: Daughters' Keeper — The Care and Treatment of Black Girls in America NEJM Them and Me — The Care and Treatment of Black Boys in America

Ausmerican Aces Sports Club
Tommy Talks with Performance Dietitian, Jessica Spendlove.

Ausmerican Aces Sports Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 45:39


This week Tommy sits down with performance dietitian, Jessica Spendlove and announces something BIG for the Ausmerican Aces. Jess is a Sydney-based Advanced Sports Dietitian and Accredited Practising Dietitian with an impressive portfolio, including over 30 seasons of experience working in professional team sports. Nowadays, Jess is particularly passionate about bringing the work she has done with the best Athletes in the country and helping Adolescent athletes and their families navigate the logistics and requirements of sport, school and life. Jess also loves working with high achieving adults, corporate executives and their teams, food brands and media to spread the good word, and help people live and perform at their best. Tommy & Jess are partnering up to bring a brand new podcast to you all called Aces Nutrition! Sit back, relax and enjoy the show :)This Episode is proudly brought to you by our friends at RIXX Eyewear.Special offer at checkout: ACESRIXX Eyewear: Eyewear that inspires confidence.Website: https://rixxeyewear.com.au/Tommy Sheridan: https://instagram.com/tommy_sheridan?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Jessica Spendlove : https://instagram.com/jess_spendlove_dietitian?igshid=NzNkNDdiOGI=Website: https://www.jessicaspendlove.com/Contact us:Email: tommy@ausmericanaces.com.auInstagram: https://instagram.com/ausmericanaces?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Youtube: https://youtube.com/c/AusmericanAcesSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3yTNtjpRf8cV5vASDTafn4?si=4mhwj7eaRLmhGSyZFRitKQApple: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/ausmerican-aces/id1585841611If you're enjoying our shows please feel free to shout us out on Instagram and tag us. There is nothing better than a bit of love.INSTAGRAM: @ausmericanacesRecorded & Produced in the Rolln Media Studio.Website: https://rolln.com.au/Thank you for your amazing support! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Doodle Proâ„¢ Podcast
Doodle Brain Under Construction: Adolescent Dog Training

The Doodle Proâ„¢ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 27:32 Transcription Available Very Popular


In this part two of Corinne's conversation with Denver Paw School's owner and training manager, they to discuss why your doodle still continues to need training, even as an adolescent and an adult. Training and learning don't stop once they've finished one puppy socialization class.That would be like your pulling your kid out after kindergarten and saying, "You've got your letters. You learned enough.""With my now teenager, if I stopped addressing his learning needs at kindergarten, and even if I just kept reinforcing that kindergarten level, he'd be great at knowing his letters.But by raising the level of enrichment and stimulation and growth and connection by working on that training together, my dog and I are still growing and solidifying our connection together." - Corinne GearhartThey discuss why that's so important and what's going on when you have an adolescent doodle that knew how to sit or go into a down stay or not pull on the leash... And suddenly it seems like they forgot it all.What is going on? They're here to share with you and let you know. If you want to know how to find a great facility, great training program, or a solid trainer, listen to part one of this interview, Episode 13. There, Denver Paw School shares with people all over the world the red flags to look for, when to run, and what to feel great about when you find  a facility or a training programOn this part 2 of our interview, the adolescent doodle questions will be addressed include: - What is a dog's teenage phase?- Is it normal for an adolescent dog to have increased reactivity, barking, jumping, biting, poor impulse control, or to stop listening?- If they are more reactive or harder to control, should we stop socialization or going to public places?- How do I find adolescent dog training classes near me?- Why is my teenage dog driving me crazy and won't listen?Sometimes there are doodles that struggle with overstimulation, like just absolutely over-aroused. Continuing on with socialization might be counterintuitive. But actually, if it's regimented and controlled in a way, I think that it can start to address some of those over-arousal situations." - Kathy Thorpe"And I think that's probably one of the biggest things with teenagers is that some days they're like... super responsive and responding to every cue and look like a model citizen and they look like an adult dog. And then yes, the next day it's like, where did that dog go?  And it's all the rewiring, the brain is under construction." - Colleen TekampChapters: -3:47 Working with adolescent doodles-6:14 Teenage issues aren't your fault!-6:52 Is socialization still needed at this age?-9:42 Doodle's Extended Puppyhood & Adolescence-13:54 Human side of the leash-18:28 What if we do drop out after puppy kindergarten?Take our fun and free Doodle Personality Quiz! Do you know YOUR doodle as well as you think you do? Find it at thedoodlepro.com/personality! If you want to bring your Doodle parenting to the next level, sign up for The Doodle Pro™ Society waitlist now! Members get exclusive access to The Doodle Pro™, Doodle training modules, and live Q&A's with world renowned guest experts (that would usually charge $100's each to book a virtual session). Visit thedoodlepro.com/waitlist to be the first to know when doors open again!Visit instagram.com/thedoodlepro for behind-the-scenes peeks at the doodles Corinne works with daily!

Inside the FP Story
Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health in Fragile Settings

Inside the FP Story

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:31


Doc Talks With Dr. Brian Sheppard
The Suicide Solution

Doc Talks With Dr. Brian Sheppard

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 36:16


Dr. Emina is the Associate Medical Director; Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist at Amen Clinics in Orange County, California. Mr. Rick Lawrence is an award-winning author, journalist, cultural researcher, editor, and national speaker. He creates and leads interactive trainings for church and cultural leaders, parents, and teenagers.Together they wrote “The Suicide Solution.” This book is for people struggling to find their way out of a cave of anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts—and for anyone who cares for someone who's been lost in that cave.You can find their book on Amazon and most streaming platforms. You can find Dr. Emina at https://www.amenclinics.com/team/daniel-emina-m-d/#:~:text=Daniel%20Emina%20is%20a%20child,of%20Hawaii%20Department%20of%20Psychiatry.Twitter: @docEminaMD You can find Rick at http://ricklawrence.com/To find Doc Brian: Guest Line: 910-777-7239DirectMe: https://direct.me/doc-brianTwitter: talksdocIG: the_doc_brian TikTok: the_doc_brianFB: doctalkswithdocbhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/doc-talks-with-dr-brian-sheppard/id1536345675https://open.spotify.com/show/1qSaIZ2lsOKDtL4ueox7FYhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6prIruH_Izrrx-0MWqJm9w/https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=586625&refid=stprhttps://www.deezer.com/show/1941482

The Empowered Eating & Living Podcast
Episode 11: Discerning Between The Conflicting Voices In Your Head

The Empowered Eating & Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 22:04


Do you struggle with mental torment, constantly sorting through conflicting voices in your mind that are telling you what to do? You know, the one voice that says “keep eating” and the other voice that says “stop eating;” the voice of discouragement and the voice of encouragement. It can be overwhelming trying to navigate the multiple voices in your mind, which is why in this episode I share three frameworks to help you conceptualize and understand these voices: 1. The Ego Self v True self2. The Wise Mind Model from DBT3. The Inner Parts (Child, Adolescent, Parent)My intention is that you'll be able to pick a model that resonates with you so that you can apply this new way of viewing the voices in your own mind, making it easier to discern who is speaking and which voice you are going to listen to moving forward. Being able to master your mind in this way is a key component on your healing journey, because as you improve your way of thinking, you'll support yourself in improving the choices you make, not just when it comes to eating behaviors, but also in all areas of your life.Episode resources:The Empowered Eating Blueprint Quiz | Take this free quiz to identify which of the 5 Bodies of health may be underlying your struggle with food and eating.Connect with Sarah Emily: Website | www.sarahspeers.comInstagram | www.instagram.com/sarahemilyspeers/Ready to do the inner work to address the issues underlying your eating struggles? Join me in the Innergize Your Life program, my signature online group coaching and inner work program designed to empower you with the information, tools and processes to improve your eating issues, reduce food cravings, find relief from emotional wounds, and make peace with yourself. Learn more here to see if this is the support you've been looking for. Love this show? Please leave a review! We deeply appreciate you sharing the love with others who may benefit from listening too.Music by MBB:https://www.youtube.com/c/mbbmusichttps://soundcloud.com/mbbofficialhttps://www.instagram.com/mbb_music

The Cribsiders
S4 Ep65: Liver Lovers Unite! An Approach to Pediatric and Adolescent Hyperbilirubinemia

The Cribsiders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 68:18 Very Popular


Does the sight of a jaundiced patient send you into a spiral about what to do next? Indirect, unconjugated, direct, conjugated…what's the difference?! Why do patients with Gilbert's live longer?? Find out in this Kasai-ting discussion of hyperbilirubinemia in the pediatric and adolescent patient. In this second part of our hyperbilirubinemia series, Dr. Niviann Blondet breaks down a stepwise approach for diagnosis, work-up, and management of hyperbilirubinemia.

The Puberty Prof
70. Puberty & Adolescent Sexual Development Foundational Knowledge (and Skills)

The Puberty Prof

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 23:48


What is recommended for young people to know or do about puberty and adolescent sexual development? Listen to this episode in which the Puberty Prof, Dr. Lori Reichel, reviews the indicators noted in the puberty and adolescent development section of the National Sexuality Education Standards. To check out the National Sexuality Education Standards , click here: https://www.advocatesforyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/NSES-2020-web-updated2.pdf (Puberty & Adolescent Sexual Development information begins around page 37) Also- remember to check out the YouTube Clip of this episode at this link: https://youtu.be/0K0Yzoad-ag Remember to check out the TALK Puberty app to help start and continue conversations with your pre-teen. This app allows you to go over specific topics at your own speed and comfort level. Sections include: Basic Questions About Puberty, Questions About Most Girls, Questions About Most Boys, Other Questions Children Often Ask, and Open-Ended Questions. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/talk-puberty-app/id1518896929 Also available is the TALK B4 Sex app which helps to start conversations on a variety of sexuality topics including healthy relationships, feelings and beliefs about sex, and identity. (Click here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/talk-b4-sex/id1550222041)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Everything's F*cked
F*ck What?! Abstinence?

Everything's F*cked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 58:32


Here we are to talk about the pro's and con's of teaching abstinence. Not only did we get a few stas (duh) but you guys gave your two cents on the subject as well.Happy Listening.https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=everythingsfuckedpod&fpr=46gfg - promo code 'everythingsfuckedpod', to get 30% off your first 3 months!Leave a VM:https://www.speakpipe.com/EverythingsF_ckedPodcastSocial and Linkshttps://www.instagram.com/ef_ckedpodcast/https://linktr.ee/everythingsfuckedpodcastSources:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3194801/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolescent_sexuality_in_the_United_States

Be Conscious® Podcast
The Fluidity Of Gender

Be Conscious® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 36:27


In Season 6 Episode 39 of the Be Conscious Podcast, we continue our discussions about human constructs. In this very special episode, we will hear from a gen Z adolescent, whose generation is redefining what is means to be human outside of the rigid masculine/feminine gender construct. An endearing episode you won't want to miss.

Sausage of Science
SoS 169: Andrea Silva-Caballero on Whether Technology Affects Adolescent Sleep

Sausage of Science

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 39:34


Andrea Silva-Caballero joins Chris and Cara to discuss her studies of adolescent sleep patterns in urban and rural Mexico. Silva-Caballero completed her BA in Biological Anthropology in 2013 at the National School of Anthropology and History, Mexico City. Since then, she has specialized in medical anthropology with a focus on the pediatric population. She holds an MSc in Evolutionary Medicine awarded in 2017 by the University of Durham, United Kingdom, and is a member of the Durham Infancy & Sleep Center. She's currently wrapping up revisions on her dissertation. Silva-Caballero's research reexamines current biomedical ideas concerning adolescent sleep by examining and comparing adolescents' sleep patterns in two rural sites and one urban site in Mexico. In particular, she addresses the phase shift in adolescents' sleep-wake cycle and the influence of artificial light and solitary sleep on their sleep timing and duration. Silva-Caballero was also the recipient of HBA's 2022 E.E. Hunt Award, which recognizes a graduate student for an outstanding presentation or poster at the meeting. Silva-Caballero's poster was titled “Non-WEIRD Circadian Rhythms: Is There An Adolescent Shift in Sleep Timing.” Finally, Andrea's name may be familiar to listeners, as she is a member of our HBA Public Relations team. She is a junior service fellow for HBA & has been managing the website for the past year. ------------------------- The abstract for Andrea's 2022 HBA poster, "Non-WEIRD circadian rhythms: is there an adolescent shift in sleep timing?" can be found here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajhb.23740 Andrea won the Edward E. Hunt Jr. Award for this presentation at this year's HBA conference. Congrats, Andrea! ------------------------------ Andrea's e-mail address is: andrea.silva-caballero2@durham.ac.uk Andrea's can be found on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/Barbietrans4mer -------------------- Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association: Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation Website:humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:cocobock@nd.edu, Twitter:@CaraOcobock Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email: cdlynn@ua.edu, Twitter:@Chris_Ly Eric Griffith, HBA Junior Fellow, SoS producer: E-mail: eric.griffith@duke.edu

En 5 minutes
Santé mentale chez les jeunes: certains sports, meilleurs que d'autres

En 5 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 6:26


On connait tous les bienfaits du sport sur le corps et l'esprit. Mais des nuances doivent être apportées, en particulier lorsqu'il est question de sa pratique auprès des jeunes.  Une étude venant de paraître révèle que les ados qui pratiquent des sports en groupe seraient moins à risque de développer des troubles de maladies mentales que ceux qui ne pratiquent aucun sport. Mais, et c'est là la nouveauté : ceux qui pratiquent des sports individuels (comme la boxe, le judo, le tennis etc…) seraient plus vulnérables que ceux qui ne font aucun sport. Pourquoi?  Avec Véronique Morin et Charles Trahan Production QUB Radio Septembre 2022Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Baby Steps Nutrition Podcast
Episode 82- Combatting Childhood and Adolescent Obesity with Nutrition Nanny®

Baby Steps Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 48:06


Mentioned in this Episode: Nutrition Nanny Journalhttps://nutritionnanny.com/journal/ NutriBlocks Guidancehttps://nutritionnanny.com/nutriblocks/ Harvard study on trending obesity rates in childrenhttps://nutritionnanny.com/nutriblocks/  For more on Deirdre Pizzoferrato, you can follow her on Instagram @nutritionnanny1, on Facebook: Nutrition Nanny page and through her website https://nutritionnanny.com/. For more on Argavan Nilforoush, be sure to follow her on Instagram @babystepsnutrition, on Facebook: Baby Steps Nutrition page, on Twitter @argavanRDN, on LinkedIn @ArgavanNilforoush and through her website www.babystepsnutrition.com.

StraightioLab
"Teenagers" w/ Naomi Ekperigin

StraightioLab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 77:05 Very Popular


This week, StraightioLab favorite Naomi Ekperigin finally returns to the pod, not as a guest but as a host, replacing both Sam and George forever. But first, she has an important message for listeners everywhere: ALL teenagers are straight, no matter WHAT Euphoria would have you believe! We talk adolescent rebellion, high school politics, and that one kid everyone hated for no reason (he's now a CEO!). Plus: What constitutes a straight vacation? What are Sam's travel tips for the college student on the go? What do we REALLY think about Richard Linklater? And finally: Are Sam and George daddies or babies? The answer will shock and disgust you.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KZradio הקצה
Guy Bahir: Shriekback Audiomentary pt.2 - Adolescent Accelerations, 20-09-22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 120:08


A Mental Health Break
Switching Worlds After Struggling to Understand

A Mental Health Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 27:38


After spending her  first 5 years in Japanese Buddhist family, Dr. Rita Brock entered the US military world with her stepfather. After struggling to understand a world that was different from her Japanese Buddhist upbringing, she made many changes in life. Tune-in to find out.She will discuss these areas and so much more:-Starting over-How to deal with shock-How to deal with hatred-Why having someone to count on is important-What is spiritual health?-Why resonating with others help things make sense-Overcoming moral challenges-Some baseball banter, too!In addition to discussing what overwhelmed Americans can do to manage moral distress, including children as they being school again, Rita is also  working on a national project to help first responders suffering from moral injury distress and moral distress get the help they need.  She developed a program called ReST 4 First Responders which recently launched. Meet Rita Nakashima Brock, Rel. M., M.A., Ph.D.: Senior Vice President and Director of the Shay Moral Injury Center at Volunteers of America. She leads the organization's efforts to deepen understanding about moral injury in the many populations who experience it. The center builds on Volunteers of America's work, spanning more than a century, of helping veterans and others who live with this emotional trauma.She is a leading national expert on moral injury in combat veterans and has offered trainings for VA mental health providers, for professional chaplains, and for veterans and their families.In her first master's degree, Dr. Brock studied youth development, psychology of religion, and pastoral counseling and was employed as a youth minister. As we have someone on the show familiar with youth development, this week's spotlight story at the halfway point will an article titled, Adolescent mental health, from the World Health Organization.  Follow along here.Welcome to Episode #156 of A Mental Health Break - the podcast that normalizes the conversation around mental health. You are not alone. Check out all episodes weekly interviews since January 2020.This show is brought to you by: Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call today for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807For Potential Podcast Guests/ Digital Editing Inquiries, email PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comMental Health Week BookMr. Lanci Talks Mental Health BookWebsiteYouTubeAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kulishow/happy-background-music-no-copyright-fun-royalty-free-music-free-downloadTune into That Entrepreneur Show here

Cancer Buzz
Sexual Health: All of Me

Cancer Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 6:44


Cancer and its treatment impact patients in many ways, beginning before a diagnosis and lasting long through survivorship. One, often overlooked, side effect of cancer—whether it be from surgical, medical, or radiation treatment—relates to patients' sexual health. Hear how one Iowa-based program is addressing the sexual health gap in cancer care by supporting oncology professionals in having these conversations and referring patients to allied professionals as needed. Guest: Erin Sullivan-WagnerA survivor of cancer, life coach for cancer survivors, and co-founderAll of Me Resources: All of Me: Bridging the Sexual Health Communication Gap in Cancer Care Fertility Preservation for Women with Cancer Pursuing Quality Cancer Care for Sexual and Gender Minority Patients Cancer Care Considerations for Sexual and Gender Minority Patients Improving Fertility Preservation Discussions for Adolescent and Young Adult Male Oncology Patients

Healthy Children
The Power of Play

Healthy Children

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


Play is important to child development.Play is important to child development. It should be a priority in children's lives.Why Play is Priority Play with caregivers, peers and teachers affects brain structure and function. Playful learning is a fundamental part of healthy development. Play helps develop the safe, nurturing relationships with parents and caregivers to mitigate toxic stress and promote resilience. Fifty percent of parents don't go outside to play with their children. Thirty percent of kindergartens don't have recess--a sacrifice made in order to focus on testing skills. Unsafe outdoor conditions often lead children to stay indoors with screens.Toys are fantastic for developing problem-solving ability. Parents may limit the child's interactions by telling the child how to play. You can ask prompting questions if the child seems stuck, but let the youngster resolve the toy.Listen as Dr. Michael Yogman joins Melanie Cole, MS, to discuss the importance of play.

Building the Black Educator Pipeline
“It's the Genius for Me” - Empowering Youth Through Education

Building the Black Educator Pipeline

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 58:32


In this throwback episode from season one of the Building the Black Educator Pipeline Podcast, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad joined the show to break down the rich history of Black educational excellence and how it can help reframe the way we think about curriculum and instruction today. Dr. Gholnecsar (Gholdy) Muhammad is an Associate Professor of Literacy, Language, and Culture at the University of Illinois Chicago, where she studies Black historical excellence within educational communities. Dr. Muhammad's scholarship has appeared in leading academic journals and books, including Research in the Teaching of English, Urban Education, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Language Arts, and Written Communication. She has led a federal grant with the United States Department of Education to study culturally and historically responsive literacy in STEM classrooms.Dr. Muhammad is also the author of Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy, in which she presents the concept of Historically Responsive Literacy, derived from the study of literacy development within 19th-century Black literacy societies. In this episode, Dr. Muhammad explains how this framework is essential and universal for all students, especially youth of color, who traditionally have been marginalized in learning standards, school policies, and classroom practices. 

Healthy Children
Ensuring Access to Reproductive Healthcare for Teens

Healthy Children

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022


Pediatricians around the country are voicing concern over federal and state actions that could threaten the medical rights and safety of teenagers seeking reproductive healthcare.Pediatricians around the country are voicing concern over federal and state actions that could threaten the medical rights and safety of teenagers seeking reproductive healthcare, including pregnancy counseling and abortion services.Joining us for this very important topic today is Dr. Elise Berlin. She's a professor in the department of pediatrics at the Ohio State University College of Medicine and a specialist in adolescent medicine in Columbus, Ohio.She is a co-author of two AAP policy statements regarding protecting teens' rights to reproductive health care and the right to confidential care when considering abortion.Listen as Dr. Berlan and our host Melanie discuss adolescents being at high risk for unplanned pregnancy, increasing access to quality sexuality education, barriers to abortion care, and their hopes for the future of this type of care in the US.

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates
Assessing and Treating an Adolescent With OCD

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:46 Very Popular


Sharpen your clinical skills with a clinical case of an adolescent girl with OCD. This episode also reviews the progression and consequences of the patient's symptoms, the diagnosis, and the best treatment options for improving her symptoms.  Faculty: David Rosenberg, M.D.  Host: Jessica Diaz, M.D. Learn more about Premium Membership here Earn 1 CME: OCD in Children and Adolescents Assessing and Treating Jane

Measure Success Podcast
Growing out of the “adolescent” stage of business, with Nick Cramp

Measure Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 42:03


Just like with human beings, businesses also must move from birth to adolescence to maturity.  But it can be easy to get stuck on the way to becoming a fully “mature” business, and it's important to avoid a few common pitfalls on your journey. Our guest this week is an expert on that evolution, as well as someone who has coached hundreds of business owners on moving past that “adolescent” phase. Nick Cramp is a business coach and author, with more than 30 years of business experience. Through his work, he's gained a wealth of knowledge about how to both approach the challenges and reap the awards of day-to-day work. He's also the author of “Better Before Bigger: Rethinking Business Success.” Listen to the full conversation for more on Nick's six steps for a business to move from adolescence to maturity, what business owners should “let go of” on that journey in order to scale their company, some of the common traps that ensnare founders when trying to grow their business, and more. Here's a Glimpse of What You'll Learn:  What it means to be in the “adolescent” stage of business, and some of the problems associated with that phase  Nick's recommended first steps for business owners to transition from manager to shareholder, and why it's so important for them to articulate what their “ideal” role is as a leader How Nick helps business founders let go of billable work and move on to other ways of adding value to their organization The biggest trap that business owners often fall into, and the mindset shift they need to make in order to avoid it How Nick thinks business owners' leadership should “evolve” as their company grows  Some of the biggest insights Nick has gained from his book-writing process  The 6 components for businesses to move from adolescence to maturity—plus which one founders most commonly get “stuck” on  Why client retention is one of the most important standards for Nick's consulting business, as well as some of the other ways he measures success, both in his professional and personal life The habits Nick has integrated into his life to be at his best, both physically and mentally  Resources Mentioned in This Episode:  “Better Before Bigger: Rethinking Business Success” by Nick Cramp Nick's website Nick Cramp on LinkedIn “Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game” by Michael Lewis 40 Strategy Contact 40 Strategy Carl J. Cox on LinkedIn

Turned Out A Punk
Tony Bee from the Adolescents, The Abandoned and ADZ

Turned Out A Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 135:33 Very Popular


Episode 419: Never mind Reflex, forget Montana, worry not about Adolescent and who's Candena?! Because the great Tony Bee is here! That's right, the legendary singer of the Adolescents and the man of 1000 punk names is on the show today to talk about being a punk lifer. Listen in as Damian sits down with Tony to discuss his journey. From the origins of LA punk, to being on both sides of the LA punk/hardcore divide, to a shoot out at the Pig Children house, to using education to avoid drugs; THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED! Also, don't miss the re-issues on the Adolescents' Manifest Destiny and Cropduster on Concrete Jungle Records. More info at www.adolescents.shop Also, pick up a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com Also touched on: Eddie and the Subtitles invent sludge in '81 violence at shows Pig Children  The Adolescents break up… for real… for the first time The Abandoned  Slam books: the original international social network Jack Grisham and the mutual dislike of each other's bands Nearly being murdered for being a punk Having to live by the cover of night Cannabis vs. Booze AND SO MUCH MORE!!