The Intimate Marriage Podcast with Alexandra Stockwell, MD
In this episode of The Intimate Marriage Podcast, Alexandra Stockwell, MD, is joined by returning guest Sheri Winston, a renowned holistic sexuality teacher, author, and founder of the Intimate Arts Center, to discuss the complexity of sexual differences between men and women. Alexandra and Sheri explore the sexual differences between men and women in this captivating podcast episode. Using the metaphor of "pussycats" and "puppy dogs," they discuss the need for safety, connection, and gradual exploration for pussycats, contrasting it with puppy dogs' more fast-paced and genitally focused nature. These insights apply to any gender and sexual orientation, helping you have successful relationships with partners with different genitalia. Embrace self-awareness and acceptance, and challenge societal norms to unlock the full potential of your sexual experiences. Also in this episode: Cultural cliches about sexual polarity How sexuality occurs for many women and many men Utilize the five love languages in your relationships For many women, it takes between 30 and 45 minutes to get aroused The importance of having date nights Complaints from women about the puppy model The yin and yang energy mode Some of the best ways to initiate sex About Sheri Winston: Wholistic Sexuality teacher Sheri Winston is a groundbreaking, award-winning author and teacher who offers empowering, entertaining erotic education for everyone. She's the author of the award-winning Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure (which won the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists' 2010 Book of the Year) and Succulent SexCraft: Your Hands-On Guide to Erotic Play and Practice. She's also a contributor to the award-winning Secrets of the Sex Masters. Sheri is the founder of the Intimate Arts Center. She offers pleasure-centered sex-ed for grown-ups via a wide variety of practical and transformational intimate arts educational recorded online classes, books and blogs. Sheri's unique holistic offerings are formed by over 22 years as a sexuality teacher, on top of decades of practice as a certified nurse-midwife, gynecology practitioner, registered nurse, childbirth educator, and massage therapist. Sheri delights in inspiring people to have a lot more pleasure, fun and fulfillment! Connect With Sheri Winston: Website: IntimateArtsCenter.com Download the first chapter of Dr. Alexandra's bestselling book, "Uncompromising Intimacy," here: https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/book Cultivate your intimacy skills (without compromise) in the Aligned & Hot Marriage program, Dr. Alexandra's proven method for smart couples ready to love more fully. www.alignedhotmarriage.com Join my email list to stay connected-it's where I share my latest insights and more personal stories.https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/subscribe Connect With Alexandra Stockwell, MD: Website | Linkedin | Instagram Subscribe To The Intimate Marriage Podcast: Apple Podcast | YouTube | Spotify About Alexandra Stockwell, MD Known as “The Intimacy Doctor,” Alexandra Stockwell, MD is a Relationship and Intimacy Coach and an Intimate Marriage Expert who specializes in coaching ambitious, successful couples to build beautiful, long-lasting, passionate relationships. She is the bestselling author of “Uncompromising Intimacy,” host of The Intimate Marriage Podcast, and creator of the Aligned & Hot Marriage program. For over two decades, she's been guiding men and women to bring pleasure and purpose into all aspects of life— from the daily grind of running a household to creating ecstatic experiences in the bedroom—all while maintaining extraordinary professional success!
The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton
Joining us today on the Built Different Podcast is a dear friend of ours here at the American Association of Christian Counselors as she's been a headline speaker at several of our Extraordinary Women's Events throughout the years, Alli Worthington! Besides being a renowned speaker at conferences, business events, and nonprofit gatherings, Alli is also a best-selling author; business coach and consultant for individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies; as well as the host of her weekly podcast titled, “The Alli Worthington Show.” Additionally, some of her greatest joys include being a wife to her husband, Mark, and being the mother of 5 incredible boys who make sure her life is never boring! However, even in the midst of the craziness and chaos of wearing several different hats, Alli is passionate about encouraging, empowering, and pushing others closer to the heart of God. In today's episode Alli vulnerably shares some of the challenges she's experienced over the last several years and how through the fire, God has forged a fierce faith within her, built and developed dreams rooted in her purpose, and propelled her into a deeper love for the life she has been given. There may be a lie that you've been listening to or believing that makes you think that isn't possible for you, but our prayer is that through today's episode you would be encouraged to step up and step out in faith for the abundantly more that God has prepared for YOU too!Alli's website: https://alliworthington.com/ Link to Alli's Brand New Book - REMAINING YOU WHILE RAISING THEM: THE SECRET ART OF CONFIDENT MOTHERHOOD: https://alliworthington.com/remaining-you-while-raising-them
Join NFHS Coordinator of Sports, Jessie Benner, as she speaks with Executive Director and Co-Founder of American Association of Adapted Sports Programs, Tommie Storms, to share her journey. Storms emphasizes the importance of offering inclusive opportunities for all and explains how AAASP came about.Subscribe and leave a rating! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn! https://www.nfhs.org/ Know someone who would be a great guest? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Peds NP: Pearls of Pediatric Evidence-Based Practice
It's good advice for any pediatric provider to never assume anything. In the sixth episode of the series on Health Equity in Children, we understand how not making assumptions is a best practice for pediatric providers from the evaluation and management of LGBTQ patients, to communicating with diverse families, and serving as an ally in health promotion. Want to make a bigger difference in health equity? Complete an anonymous survey here after you listen to the episode or visit www.thepedsnp.com and click the “Complete a Survey” button at the top of the page. The responses will provide greater insight into how podcasts impact education and behavior through microlearning of health equity concepts. After you complete a survey, you'll receive a separate link to enter your email to a raffle for a $15 Amazon gift card. Winners will be chosen at random and notified by email one week after the original publication date. This raffle was made possible by grant funding from the sources below. Disclaimer: This series was supported by the North Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Dr. Rasheeda Monroe Health Equity grant whose mission is to support research and quality improvement aimed at improving health equity among infants, children, and adolescents. The content of this episode reflects my views and does not necessarily represent, nor is an endorsement of, NC NAPNAP or the Dr. Rasheeda Monroe Health Equity grant. For more information, please community.napnap.org/northcarolinachapter. References Brown, C., Frohard-Dourlent, H., Wood, B. A., Saewyc, E., Eisenberg, M. E., & Porta, C. M. (2020). "It makes such a difference": An examination of how LGBTQ youth talk about personal gender pronouns. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 32(1), 70–80. https://doi.org/10.1097/JXX.0000000000000217 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2019). Health disparities among LTGBQ youth. Adolescent and School Health. https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/disparities/health-disparities-among-lgbtq-youth.htm Coulter-Thompson, E. I., Matthews, D. D., Applegate, J., Broder-Fingert, S., & Dubé, K. (2023). Health Care Bias and Discrimination Experienced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Parents of Children With Developmental Disabilities: A Qualitative Inquiry in the United States. Journal of pediatric health care : official publication of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners, 37(1), 5–16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedhc.2022.09.004 Kann, L., McManus, T., Harris, W. A., Shanklin, S. L., Flint, K. H., Queen, B., Lowry, R., Chyen, D., Whittle, L., Thornton, J., Lim, C., Bradford, D., Yamakawa, Y., Leon, M., Brener, N., & Ethier, K. A. (2018). Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance - United States, 2017. Morbidity and mortality weekly report. Surveillance summaries (Washington, D.C. : 2002), 67(8), 1–114. https://doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.ss6708a1 Kyriakou, A., Nicolaides, N. C., & Skordis, N. (2020). Current approach to the clinical care of adolescents with gender dysphoria. Acta bio-medica : Atenei Parmensis, 91(1), 165–175. https://doi.org/10.23750/abm.v91i1.9244 National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Evans, S.C., Derouin, A.L., Fuller, M.G., Heighway, S., & Schapiro, N.A. (2018). NAPNAP position statement on health risks and needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. The Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 33(2), p. A12-A14. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedhc.2018.12.005 Roth, L. T., Friedman, S., Gordon, R., & Catallozzi, M. (2020). Rainbows and "Ready for Residency": Integrating LGBTQ Health Into Medical Education. MedEdPORTAL : the journal of teaching and learning resources, 16, 11013. https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.11013 Simons, L. K., Leibowitz, S. F., & Hidalgo, M. A. (2014). Understanding gender variance in children and adolescents. Pediatric annals, 43(6), e126–e131. https://doi.org/10.3928/00904481-20140522-07
The American Association of Critical Care Nurses hosts an annual conference called NTI. Sarah and her team were able to attend NTI 2023 and they're all recapping their experiences at the 4-day event in the episode!Sarah is joined by her team, Walker, Elisabeth, and Ashley, as well as special guest, ICU Nurse Sarah. They recorded each night to share the key takeaways from each day of the conference, from the wonderful people they met and inspirational speakers to the educational lessons in their sessions.You'll hear highlights from NTI 2023, including how artificial intelligence is being used in the medical field, life-changing products and technology, the importance of mentorship, and LOTS MORE.Tune in as Sarah and her fellow nurses discuss what's new in the world of nursing, and how NTI's upcoming virtual sessions can help you become a better nurse!Topics discussed in this episode:Everyone's experiences in the pre-conference cadaver labThe valuable role that mentorship plays in shifting the culture of NursingWhat everyone learned during the first day's super session and classesExciting events from day 2… including the “Critical Care Challenge”Walker's discoveries talking to sepsis researchersThe effect of COVID-19 on nursingRebuilding after COVID and our path forward as NursesGet more information on AACN's National Conference NTI and the upcoming virtual event on June 12-14th!https://www.aacn.org/conferences-and-events/nti?tab=NTI%20VirtualConnect with our guest, ICU Nurse Sarah's, Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/iseeu_nurse/Mentioned in this episode:AND If you are planning to sit for your CCRN and would like to take the Critical Care Academy CCRN prep course you can visit https://www.ccrnacademy.com and use coupon code RAPID10 to get 10% off the cost of the course! Rapid Response and Rescue Intro CourseIf you would like to check out Sarah's 1hr, 1 CE course, go to: http://www.rapidresponseandrescue.com To get the FREE Rapid Response RN Assessment Guide and the coupon code for $10 off the cost of the course, message Sarah on Instagram @TheRapidResponseRN and type the word PODCAST!
Our guest this episode is one of the trailblazers in the global food security arena, Shannon Mesenhowski, DVM, MPH. Her early career consisted of mixed animal practice in rural Oregon then corporate and private small animal practice in Minneapolis. She then pursued her discovered passion for international livestock work with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellowship, USAID, and now as the of Senior Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. We discuss the importance of persistence and how it helped her secure her current position and the rewarding impact her work has on a broad scale.Remember we want to hear from you! Please be sure to subscribe to our feed on Apple Podcasts and leave us a ratings and review. You can also contact us at MVLPodcast@avma.orgYou can also follow us on social media @AVMAVets #MyVetLife #MVLPodcast
The Baseball Bucket List Podcast
Jay Whannel currently runs a baseball and softball training facility in Fairfax, Iowa. Prior to a lengthly coaching career, Jay spent time playing professional ball in the American Association, and experienced a College World Series berth while playing college ball at Wartburg College. We discuss how his time as a bat boy for the local high school team really solidified his love of the game, and how he and his team at Dugout Sports try to foster a similar environment for their community. Jay also educates Anna on how Iowa's high school sports schedule is created to allow multi-sport athletes to thrive, and about the multiple pro-level ballplayers who call Dugout Sports home. Find Dugout Sports Online: Facebook: @Dugout SportsTwitter: @DugoutSportsFInstagram: @dugoutsportsfairfaxWebsite: dugoutsportsfairfax.comFind Baseball Bucket List Online:Twitter: @BaseballBucketFacebook: @BaseballBucketListInstagram: @Baseball.Bucket.ListWebsite: baseballbucketlist.comThis podcast is part of the Curved Brim Media Network:Twitter: @CurvedBrimWebsite: curvedbrimmedia.com
The Intimate Marriage Podcast with Alexandra Stockwell, MD
In this episode of The Intimate Marriage Podcast, Alexandra Stockwell, MD, is joined by Sheri Winston, a renowned holistic sexuality teacher, author, and founder of the Intimate Arts Center, to discuss how to connect with your partner via embodied sexuality–a learnable skill that anyone can develop. Sheri emphasizes the importance of embracing pleasure and connection with a partner before delving into the intricacies of the female erectile network. She encourages listeners to explore their own bodies, expand their pleasure potential, and understand the anatomy of arousal in order to create more ecstatic and satisfying sexual experiences. She dispels the myth that men already know how to have good orgasms and encourages everyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, to explore their sexuality and deepen their intimacy. Also in this episode: How to transition from performance-based sex to embodied sex Transactional sex and sex as a marital duty Women's orgasm and what everyone should know How to become proficient in sex The pandemic of premature penetration How erectile tissue works in both men and women and the role it plays in experiencing orgasms How men can explore their sexual potential so both they and their partners have more pleasure Three things long-term sexual partners need to talk about with one another About Sheri Winston: Wholistic Sexuality teacher Sheri Winston is a groundbreaking, award-winning author and teacher who offers empowering, entertaining erotic education for everyone. She's the author of the award-winning “Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure” (which won the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists' 2010 Book of the Year) and “Succulent SexCraft: Your Hands-On Guide to Erotic Play and Practice”. She's also a contributor to the award-winning Secrets of the Sex Masters. Sheri is the founder of the Intimate Arts Center. She offers pleasure-centered sex-ed for grown-ups via a wide variety of practical and transformational intimate arts educational recorded online classes, books, and blogs. Sheri's unique holistic offerings are formed by over 22 years as a sexuality teacher, on top of decades of practice as a certified nurse-midwife, gynecology practitioner, registered nurse, childbirth educator, and massage therapist. Sheri delights in inspiring people to have a lot more pleasure, fun, and fulfillment! Connect With Sheri Winston: Website: www.IntimateArtsCenter.com Download the first chapter of Dr. Alexandra's bestselling book, "Uncompromising Intimacy," here: https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/book Cultivate your intimacy skills (without compromise) in the Aligned & Hot Marriage program, Dr. Alexandra's proven method for smart couples ready to love more fully. www.alignedhotmarriage.com Join my email list to stay connected-it's where I share my latest insights and more personal stories.https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/subscribe Connect With Alexandra Stockwell, MD: Website | Linkedin | Instagram Subscribe To The Intimate Marriage Podcast: Apple Podcast | YouTube | Spotify About Alexandra Stockwell, MD Known as “The Intimacy Doctor,” Alexandra Stockwell, MD is a Relationship and Intimacy Coach and an Intimate Marriage Expert who specializes in coaching ambitious, successful couples to build beautiful, long-lasting, passionate relationships. She is the bestselling author of “Uncompromising Intimacy,” host of The Intimate Marriage Podcast, and creator of the Aligned & Hot Marriage program. For over two decades, she's been guiding men and women to bring pleasure and purpose into all aspects of life— from the daily grind of running a household to creating ecstatic experiences in the bedroom—all while maintaining extraordinary professional success!
Jeffrey T. Gorke is the author of The Employed Physician: Your Essential Guide to the Business of Medicine. His experience ranges from Medicare administration to running both large and small, single-specialty, privately held medical group practices to medical society management on a national level. Gorke specializes in turning around employed health systems and revenue cycle process improvement and delivering quantifiable returns on investment (ROI) for practices and health systems. As more and more physicians opt for employed positions, either when starting their careers or transitioning from independent practice to “employee” status, or when a practice is sold or merged, this podcast interview sets the stage for giving physicians the history and elements of business know-how to succeed as an employed physician. This episode offers an important briefing on trends in employment for physicians by an accomplished official. Jeff Gorke (678) 333-3419 https://www.physicianleaders.org/publications/books/the-employed-physician-your-essential-guide-to-the-business-of-medicine Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org
The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton
Can you believe it's already the last week of May? It's absolutley crazy how fast time is flying this year! That being said, we are in our final episode of our Mental Health Awareness Series here on the podcast, but trust me when I say, I think I saved one of, if not, the most important topics for last. Today we're going to be talking all about BOUNDARIES. Let's be honest, one of the great challenges in life for pretty much everyone is the ability to set and actually implement healthy boundaries and to discern when to say yes and when or even how to say no. Thankfully, Joining us today is a man that is not only a dear friend to all of us here at the American Association of Christian Counselors, but he's also a leading voice on the topic of Boundaries, Dr. John Townsend. Many of you may be familiar with John's work as he and Dr. Henry Cloud had the incredible opportunity of collaborating together to write the New York Times best-selling book titled Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No, to Take Control of your life. But beyond that incredible work, John has written several other best-sellers such as People Fuel, Leading From Your Gut, and the Entitlement Cure. He's a business consultant, leadership coach, and psychologist. He's a man who has over 20 years of experience in meeting and engaging with leaders, organizations, and individuals all around the globe to help offer them life-changing solutions to their problems. He hosts his own online live video call-in program called, Dr. Townsend Live and is the cohost of the exploding nationally-syndicated talk show “NEW LIFE LIVE.” And then in addition to all of those incredible feats and endeavors, John spends a lot of his time developing others through the Townsend Leadership Program and the Townsend Institute for Leadership and Counseling. That being said, in and throughout our conversation today, you'll have the opportunity of gleaning so much from his wealth of knowledge and wisdom and to more fully understand what boundaries are, why it's so difficult to implement them, and healthy ways in which we can begin saying no and setting boundaries through understanding that boundaries are biblical and that they actually help us not only love ourselves but also others more deeply and effectively. Dr. John Townsend's website: https://drtownsend.com/ (Book) Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life - https://www.amazon.com/Boundaries-When-Take-Control-Your/dp/B072C64V1L/ref=sr_1_1?hvadid=580744465664&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9011800&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=14117254222577274583&hvtargid=kwd-1236754715&hydadcr=8262_13500864&keywords=boundaries+by+townsend&qid=1684940678&sr=8-1Townsend Leadership Program: https://drtownsend.com/townsend-leadership-program/ Townsend Institute for Leadership & Counseling: https://www.cui.edu/townsend
Eddie loves people and business! To date he has had ownership in over 115 companies, exited over 80 of them successfully, and managed over 4,000 employees. Today he is the Leader/ CEO of Think Realty as well as Leader/ CEO of The American Association of Private Lenders. He also co-owns Collective Influence a Private Equity Firm that operates brands such as- Go Media, Because Coffee, Empire Operating System, Power Room Mastermind, Money Is, Tax Free Crypto, Fitcon, MobileVested, Blue Ocean Media, and various other companies.Specialties: 1) Building Processes that create sustainable Business Models.2) Creating Solutions for investors and clients that produce fantastic returns. 3) Producing more customers in a limited market place with limited expenses. 4) Unlocking the potential in Leaders.On Instagram? Connect @eddiewilsonofficial To View This Episode- https://youtu.be/UKJ3TEgnX8c #whoknewinthemoment
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Robert Feirsen and Dr. Seth Weitzman about their new book From Conflict to Collaboration: A School Leader's Guide to Unleashing Conflict's Problem-Solving Power.We talk about how to avoid conflict, the three A's to approach conflict, and much more.About the GuestsDr. Robert Feirsen is currently an associate professor and coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program at Manhattanville College. Previously, he was assistant professor and chair of the Education Department at the New York Institute of Technology. A former SAANYS member, Dr. Feirsen enjoyed a distinguished career in P-12 schools. As a school building leader in Westchester and Nassau Counties, he served as an elementary school principal, a middle school assistant principal, and a middle school principal. At the central office level, he served as an assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, deputy superintendent, and superintendent of schools. Dr. Feirsen taught at the elementary, middle, and high school levels as a social studies and special education teacher in schools in New York City before moving into supervisory roles. Dr. Feirsen holds an Ed.D. from Fordham University. Dr. Feirsen's research interests include addressing organizational conflict, the school principal-school counselor relationship, principal and teacher retention, the relationship between psychological ownership and professional learning, college readiness, and the applications of design thinking. His research and other articles have been published in a number of academic journals, as well as Educational Leadership and Education Week. Dr. Feirsen has led workshops at such venues as ASCD, the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), and the American Educational Research Association (AERA). With Seth Weitzman, he has presented at national and statewide conferences including ASCD, the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS), and the New York Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NYACTE). Seth Weitzman is also the co-author of From Conflict to Collaboration: A School Leader's Guide to Unleashing Conflict's Problem-Solving Power and How to Get the Teaching Job You Want.Dr. Seth Weitzman sat in a middle school principal's chair for 27 years in Nassau and Westchester counties. Leadership positions included co-president of the Mamaroneck administrators' union, president of the Nassau County, and later, the Westchester County Middle School Principals' Association, and a New York State Middle-Level Liaison (a working group of principals representing every county and BOCES in New York State meeting with NYSED officials). Together with Dr. Robert Feirsen, he is the co-author of two books: How to Get the Teaching Job You Want and From Conflict to Collaboration: A School Leader's Guide to Unleashing Conflict's Problem-Solving Power. He is either author or co-author of a number of articles published in national education journals including Educational Leadership and American Middle-Level Education Magazine. Drs. Feirsen and Weitzman have presented in numerous professional association conferences at the county, state, and local levels (e.g. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, American Association of School Personnel Administrators, New York State Middle School Association, New York State Association of Teacher Educators) and graduate-level classes (Teachers College, Bank Street College of Education). He is currently Senior Instructor in the Mercy College Educational Leadership Department. His 40-year education career began teaching elementary school and middle school in Connecticut and New York City. He holds an EdD from Teachers College, Columbia University. We're so grateful to our sponsor AI Coach by Edthena. AI Coach enables your teachers to go through coaching cycles based on their own needs. The virtual coach guides teachers to reflect on their teaching, set a goal, and create an action plan… all based on gathering classroom evidence. It gives support between PD days and other coaching cycles.Get a free trial for your teachers here.
Sun & Moon Sober Living Podcast
In this episode, we discuss:How to support someone struggling with substance useThe Invitation to Change (ITC) approachWhy behaviors make senseAddressing ambivalence as normal The fear of enabling, codependency and other common misconceptionsThe root of addictionEffective communication strategiesHow to navigate shame and practice self-compassionResources and support for loved onesCarrie Wilkens, Ph.D, is a psychologist with over 25 years of experience in the practice and dissemination of evidence-based treatments for substance use and Post-Traumatic Stress. She is the Co-Founder and Clinical Director of the Center for Motivation and Change, a group of clinicians serving all ages in NYC, Long Island, Washington, DC, San Diego, CA, and CMC:Berkshires, a private, inpatient/residential program for adults. She is co-author of the award-winning book Beyond Addiction: How Science and Kindness Help People Change, a practical guide for families dealing with addiction and substance problems in a loved one based on principles of Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT), and co-author of The Beyond Addiction Workbook for Family and Friends: Evidence-Based Skills to Help a Loved-One Make Positive Change . Dr. Wilkens is also Co-President and CEO of the CMC:Foundation for Change, a not-for-profit with the mission of improving the dissemination of evidence-based ideas and strategies to professionals and loved ones of persons struggling with substance use. The CMC:FFC team's Invitation to Change approach is an accessible set of understandings and practices that empower families to remain engaged and be effective in helping their struggling loved one make positive changes. The approach has been widely used across the country and is utilized in trainings with laypeople and professionals.Dr. Wilkens has been a Project Director on a large federally-funded Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) grant addressing the problems associated with binge drinking among college students. She is regularly sought out by the media to discuss issues related to substance use disorders and has been on the CBS Morning Show, Katie Couric Show, frequent NPR segments, and podcasts, including Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris. She is also in the HBO documentary Risky Drinking. Dr. Wilkens is a member of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies and the American Association of Addiction Psychiatrists.To learn more about CMC:Foundation for change and access resources referenced in this episode, visit: https://cmcffc.org/__To join the Sun & Moon Community Membership: https://sunandmoonsoberliving.com/membership/Follow on IG @sunandmoon.soberliving__Disclaimer: The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Every league is in action now and we have to talk about it! Atlantic League is beginning to separate into contenders and pretenders, Frontier League is full of parody to start the year, American Association has surprises left and right, and the Pioneer League has shot the lights out after only a few games. Also a monumental announcement at the very end of this week's episode. Recorded- May 26, 2023 Uploaded- May 27, 2023
Are you aware of how investor sentiment can impact the stock market? Join us for an enlightening conversation with Charles Rotblut, Vice President of the American Association of Individual Investors (AII) and editor of their monthly magazine, as we dive into the fascinating world of the AII sentiment survey and its implications for investment strategies.In this captivating discussion, we examine the intriguing correlation between extreme bear and bull sentiment and market movements. Charles shares his valuable insights on how understanding these extremes can help inform your investment decisions, especially when considering the broader market context and the influence of daily headlines and news on short-term sentiment. Listen in and discover the potential benefits of using sentiment data as a contrarian indicator to optimize your financial endeavors.But that's not all - we also explore the importance of process-driven investment approaches and how they can help you make smarter choices in the ever-changing world of finance. Charles emphasizes the significance of checklists or rules-based processes to minimize the risks of emotional decision-making and highlights the role of the prism wealth-building process in enhancing investment outcomes. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from a true expert in finance and investment strategy!ANTICIPATE STOCK MARKET CRASHES, CORRECTIONS, AND BEAR MARKETS WITH AWARD WINNING RESEARCH. Sign up for The Lead-Lag Report at www.leadlagreport.com and use promo code PODCAST30 for 2 weeks free and 30% off.Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe!Twitter: https://twitter.com/leadlagreportFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadlagreportInstagram: https://instagram.com/leadlagreportCheck out Lead-Lag Live on all your favorite podcast platforms.Nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. The content in this program is for informational purposes only. You should not construe any information or other material as investment, financial, tax, or other advice. The views expressed by the participants are solely their own. A participant may have taken or recommended any investment position discussed, but may close such position or alter its recommendation at any time without notice. Nothing contained in this program constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments in any jurisdiction. Please consult your own investment or financial advisor for advice related to all investment decisions.See disclosures for The Lead-Lag Report here: https://www.leadlagreport.com/static/termsandconditionsThe Physician Syndicate: Angel Investing | Venture Capital | Startups | Personal FinanceThe Physician Syndicate Podcast: A podcast for physicians to jump into the startup world. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyFoodies unite…with HowUdish!It's social media with a secret sauce: FOOD! The world's first network for food enthusiasts. HowUdish connects foodies across the world!Share kitchen tips and recipe hacks. Discover hidden gem food joints and street food. Find foodies like you, connect, chat and organize meet-ups!HowUdish makes it simple to connect through food anywhere in the world.So, how do YOU dish? Download HowUdish on the Apple App Store today:
Join us in a conversation with one of this season's co-hosts, Dr. Brittany Devies, as she shares with us her thoughts and research on Women's Leadership Learning. Dr. Brittany Devies (she/her) is the Program Manager for Leadership Studies and Development at the University of Maryland, College Park, focusing on academic and co-curricular leadership education initiatives affiliated with the Leadership and Community Service-Learning office within the Adele H. Stamp Student Union. She also serves as an Affiliate Faculty Member in the Department of Counseling, Higher Education & Special Education within the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park and as an Adjunct Faculty member at Florida State University in their College of Education. She cares deeply about creating accessible and equitable leadership learning environments for all students. She has received several honors and awards, including the NASPA NOW Inquiry Award, NASPA Student Leadership Programs and Knowledge Community's Outstanding Emerging Professional Award, and ACPA's Annuit Coeptis Emerging Professional Award. She was inducted into the American Association of Colleges and Universities' Future Leaders Society and named a 33 Under 33 Featured Alumni for Delta Delta Delta national fraternity. She received her Ph.D. in Higher Education from Florida State University, her M.S. in Higher Education from Florida State University, and her B.S.Ed. in Early and Middle Childhood Studies with a minor in Leadership Studies from The Ohio State University. Want to stay connected to the NASPA SLPKC? Follow us on social media: Facebook: Student Leadership Programs Knowledge Community Instagram: @naspa_slpkc Twitter: @naspaslpkc Looking to volunteer with NASPA and the SLPKC? Check out our open volunteer opportunities at: www.naspa.org/volunteer
Join A Cure in Sight as they bring you some brief mini interviews from attendees and presenters at AACR, the American Association of Cancer Research, hosted in Orlando in April 2023. Dr. Meredith McKean and Dr. Liya Xu share some unique insights on uveal melanoma research that is happening now. Thanks for tuning in! Don't forget to subscribe and continue to listen in! ANNOUNCEMENTS: 5K SITES ARE OPEN FOR REGISTRATION NEAR YOU! Start your team and bring your community to get involved! June 10, Minneapolis, MN https://bit.ly/3o5Mwr2 June 11, Philly, PA https://bit.ly/3U4hsUH July 8, Seattle, WA https://bit.ly/3TTgvP3 July 15, Palo Alto, CA https://bit.ly/3lRFi9D August 6, NYC/Brooklyn/Jersey area https://bit.ly/40KUtQH September 23, Denver, CO https://runsignup.com/Race/CO/Denver/LookinForACureDenver Head to our site to register for a 5K Lookin' for a Cure near you for the remainder of the year!! www.lookinforacure.org Stay tuned for registration announcements and hotel registration for the Eye Believe Survivorship Seminar happening in Seattle, WA, Sept 8-9, 2023! Subscribe to the newsletter to stay in the know Newsletter link Email email@example.com for questions regarding any upcoming events! ********* Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, or Instagram @acureinsight, for more stories, tips, research news, and ideas to help you navigate this journey with OM! *A Cure in Sight is a 501c3 organization. All donations made can help fund our podcast to educate patients, fund research, aid patients, and more! Donate $10 $15 $20 today to help A Cure in Sight in their quest to find a cure. Contribute via PAYPAL OR VENMO or reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org The Eye Believe Podcast is brought to you by Castle Biosciences. Castle Biosciences is a leading diagnostics company improving health through innovative tests that guide patient care. The Company aims to transform disease management by keeping people first: patients, clinicians, employees and investors. This podcast was hosted by Danet Peterson and produced by Page Fronczek.
What makes a community college job interview different than one at a four-year college or a university? Do you need a PhD to get hired? What are they looking for? Professor Rob Jenkins joins us to explain the hidden curriculum of navigating the community college job market, including: How long a typical interview lasts. What it really means when they ask you to do a job talk. How much of your expertise they want to hear about. Why your commitment to teaching well matters the most. Important things not to say or do. Our guest is: Professor Rob Jenkins, an associate professor of English at Georgia State University Perimeter College. He has spent more than 35 years in higher education, mostly at the two-year college level, where he has served as a faculty member, a department chair, an academic dean, and a program director. He writes the “Two-Year Track” columns in The Chronicle of Higher Education, and is the author of six books, including Welcome to My Classroom, and Think Better Write Better. For the past 15 years, he has led workshops on preparing for two-year college careers at research universities across the country. For more information, visit www.robjenkins.com. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, who is a historian. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Employability Journal, by Barbara Bassot Candid Advice for New Faculty Members, by Marybeth Gasman Building a Career in America's Community Colleges, by Rob Jenkins Putting the Humanities PhD to Work, by Katina Rogers Academic Life episode on leaving academia Academic Life episode on moving far from home for an academic job Academic Life episode on the long road to the dream job in academia Academic life episode with the American Association of University Professors Academic Life episode on the role of community colleges in higher education Welcome to The Academic Life! Join us here each week to learn from today's experts inside and outside the academy, and embrace the broad definition of what it truly means to live an academic life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
In this episode, Director of the Presley Center of Crime and Justice Studies Sharon Oselin talks with students from the UC Riverside School of Public Policy about the California Fair Chance Act and barriers to integration following incarceration. About Sharon Oselin: Dr. Oselin is an Associate Professor of Public Policy and Sociology at the University of California, Riverside and Affiliated Faculty of the Labor Studies Program. She earned her Ph.D. from UC Irvine and is a past fellow of the American Association of University Women. Her broad research interests encompass crime, deviance, and criminal justice, gender and sexuality, organizations, and culture. Learn more about Sharon Oselin via https://profiles.ucr.edu/app/home/profile/soselinhttps://presleycenter.ucr.edu/about/people Podcast Highlights: “With growing public awareness and legislators' awareness about some of the harms of mass incarceration in particular... there has been significantly retooled efforts to focus on policies and laws that help reduce those inequalities but also deal with some of the consequences for those that have been justice-impacted in various ways.” - Sharon Oselin on the topic of new efforts to promote policies that help those that have been justice-impacted. “Individuals with records have a lot of obstacles to contend with... one of the biggest challenges is finding employment and we know that employment is often correlated with whether someone reoffends or returns to prisons” - Sharon Oselin on the impact obtaining employment has on possible future incarcerations. “There's many factors that are important of course, such as securing housing, family relationships, social support, and so forth, but employment is a huge factor in predicting someone's success... that's why there are a lot of policies that specifically target employment opportunities.” - Sharon Oselin on the importance of employment following incarceration. Guest: Sharon Oselin (Director of the Presley Center of Crime and Justice Studies) Interviewers: Kevin Karami (UCR Public Policy Major, Dean's Chief Ambassador) Catherine Mah (UCR Public Policy Major, Dean's Ambassador) Music by: C Codainehttps://freemusicarchive.org/music/Xylo-Ziko/Minimal_1625https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Xylo-Ziko/PhaseCommercial Links: This is a production of the UCR School of Public Policy: https://spp.ucr.edu/ Subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss an episode. Learn more about the series and other episodes via https://spp.ucr.edu/podcast.
The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton
Joining us today as we continue in our Mental Health Awareness Series is a renowned psychiatrist and true friend of us here at the American Association of Christian Counselors, Dr. Curt Thompson! Inspired by deep compassion for others and informed from a Christian perspective, Dr. Curt loves sharing fresh insights and practical applications for developing more authentic relationships and fully experiencing our deepest longing: to be known. However, we unfortunately live in a culture and society that equates brokenness with embarrassment and humiliation. Although this could not be further from the truth, this lie promotes a sense of hiddenness within many that when left unexplored can form into what I believe is one of the main things that prohibits us from allowing ourselves to be fully seen and known which is that of SHAME. Today, Dr. Curt is going to take us on a journey of better understanding the soul of shame and what can happen when shame takes root in our hearts and minds… With the use of a considerable dose of warmth and humor, coupled together with an understanding of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) and a Christian view of what it means to be human — Dr. Curt educates and encourages us to seek to fulfill our intrinsic desire to feel known, valued and connected. He understands that deep, authentic relationships are essential to experiencing a healthier, more purposeful life — but the only way to realize this is to begin telling our stories more truly. Our prayer is that this conversation would help you process your deepest longings, your grief, your shame, your identity, your purpose, and your perspective of both God and humanity… and by doing so we pray that it would invite you to engage more authentically with your own story and the relationships God has placed in your life. Only then can you feel truly known and connected and live in the meaningful reality you desire to create.Dr. Curt Thompson's website: https://curtthompsonmd.com/ (Book) The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves - https://amzn.to/3Mj9Nyo (Book) The Soul of Desire: Discovering the Neuroscience of Longing, Beauty, and Community - https://amzn.to/3MMKPJ1
Dr. Matt Kaeberlein is the Chief Science Officer of Optispan. Previously, he was a Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Washington where he led several large research initiatives and centers focused on the biological mechanisms of aging. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the … Matt Kaeberlein – Unlocking the Secrets of Rapamycin & Longevity – Learning with Lowell 187 Read More » The post Matt Kaeberlein – Unlocking the Secrets of Rapamycin & Longevity – Learning with Lowell 187 first appeared on Learning with Lowell.
Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Please join The Commonwealth Club for an evening with the leaders of the Buck Institute, one of the country's leading research organizations on aging. We'll hear from the leader of the Buck Institute on "Healthspan," then enjoy an in-person wine and cheese reception. "Healthspan" is the period of life in which an individual is healthy and free from chronic disease. Interventions that promote healthy aging, such as diet and exercise, can help increase healthspan and reduce the burden of age-related diseases. Dr. Eric Verdin will discuss his efforts and those of his colleagues at the Buck Institute in helping to advance our understanding of aging and develop new strategies for promoting healthy aging and extending healthspan. Eric Verdin, MD, is the president and CEO of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, a pioneering biomedical research institute dedicated to aging and age-related disease. A native of Belgium, Dr. Verdin received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Liege and completed additional clinical and research training at Harvard Medical School. He has held faculty positions at the University of Brussels, the National Institutes of Health, and the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory. Dr. Verdin is also currently a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. In 2016 Dr. Verdin established his laboratory at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging to study the relationship between aging and the immune system. He is an elected member of several scientific organizations, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Society for Clinical Investigation, and the Association of American Physicians. He also serves on the advisory council of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health. There will be a post-program reception for all attendees. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, hosts Andy and Lalo sit down with Eugene Laney, CEO of the American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI), and Chris Enyart to discuss the latest trends and challenges in international trade, the role of AAEI, and the impact of technology on trade compliance. Show Notes: AAEI and Its Role in International Trade (02:31 - 08:15) The long history of AAEI How AAEI helps US exporters and importers The importance of trade compliance Upcoming AAEI Conference (08:16 - 14:45) Conference details: June 19-21 in Washington, D.C. Focus on technology and its impact on international trade Exploring topics such as ACE 2.0, AI, and blockchain Forced Labor and Environmental Regulations (14:46 - 21:30) Challenges companies face in ensuring compliance Potential consequences of non-compliance AAEI's role in helping companies navigate these issues The Future of Technology in Trade Compliance (21:31 - 28:00) How AI and blockchain can improve trade processes The impact on importers, exporters, and trading service providers Preparing for the future of trade compliance Enjoy the show! Show Resources Global Training Center - www.GlobalTrainingCenter.com Simply Trade Podcast - https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/simply-trade-podcast/ Eugene Laney Jr. - https://www.linkedin.com/in/eugene-laney-jr-ph-d-839144b/ Chris Enyart: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisenyart/ AAEI - https://tradematters-aaei.org/ AAEI Annual Conference - https://tradematters-aaei.org/2023-annual-conference/ Contact SimplyTrade@GlobalTrainingCenter.com or message @SimplyTradePod for: Advertising and sponsoring on Simply Trade Requests to be on the show as guest Suggest any topics you would like to hear about Thank you for tuning in to this informative episode of Simply Trade. We hope you've gained valuable insights into the world of drawback and its role in international trade. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast for more expert insights on import-export topics. We'd also love to hear your thoughts on this episode – share your comments and experiences with us on our LinkedIn account. Simply Trade is not a law firm or an advisor. The topics and discussions conducted by Simply Trade hosts and guests should not be considered and is not intended to substitute legal advice. You should seek appropriate counsel for your own situation. These conversations and information are directed towards listeners in the United States for informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only and should not be In substitute for legal advice. No listener or viewer of this podcast should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on this podcast without first seeking legal advice from counsel. Information on this podcast may not be up to date depending on the time of publishing and the time of viewership. The content of this posting is provided as is, no representations are made that the content is error free. The views expressed in or through this podcast are those are the individual speakers not those of their respective employers or Global Training Center as a whole. All liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based on the contents of this podcast are hereby expressly disclaimed.
We are happy to welcome Rosalind Wiseman to The Hamilton Review Podcast! Rosalind is the author of the NYT bestselling book, Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and the New Realities of Girl World—the groundbreaking book that was the basis for the movie and Broadway Musical Mean Girls. Don't miss this great discussion! Rosalind Wiseman challenges us to understand the power of dignity to build courage, connection, and community. She is a speaker, writer, advisor, and thought leader on leadership, culture, conflict, and young people. Currently, she serves as the senior leadership consultant at the US State Department's Office for Overseas Schools which serves over 195 schools throughout the world and is supporting Professor David Yeager at the University of Texas on a forthcoming book on young people and motivation. She is the author of nine books including the multiple New York Times Best Sellers: Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and the New Realities of Girl World—the groundbreaking book that was the basis for the movie and Broadway Musical Mean Girls, and Masterminds & Wingmen: Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard Power, Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New Rules of Boy World, which was awarded Best Parenting Book by Books for a Better Life. Her ninth book, published by Chronicle Books in the fall of 2022 with co-author Shanterra McBride, is Courageous Discomfort: How to Have Brave, Life Changing Conversations about Race and Racism. She is currently revising Queen Bees & Wannabes for a 4th edition to be published in 2024 in time for the 20th anniversary of Mean Girls. Rosalind also co-founded Cultures of Dignity, an organization that partners with communities to reimagine how to bring dignity and social and emotional learning to all. National media regularly depends on Wiseman's expertise on principled leadership, conflict, youth culture, parenting, and bullying prevention. She has been profiled in or written for The New York Times, Los Angeles, Times, the Chicago Tribune,The Washington Post, and USA Today, among others. Wiseman is a frequent guest on national media like the Today Show, CNN, Good Morning America, and NPR affiliates throughout the country. She has spoken to audiences throughout the United States and abroad including South by Southwest, Microsoft, UBS, The Royal Society for the Arts, the Association for the Advancement of International Education, the Game Developers Conference, the American Association of School Administrators, and at the White House many times across administrations. Rosalind is a native of Washington DC and spent most of her life there. She now lives in Boulder, Colorado. How to contact Rosalind Wiseman: Rosalind on Instagram Rosalind on Twitter Rosalind on Facebook How to contact Dr. Bob: Dr. Bob on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Dr. Bob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Dr. Bob on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton
This week Steve and Yvonne interview Bob Cheeley of Cheeley Law Group, LLC (https://cheeleylawgroup.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here to Rate and Review View/Download Trial Documents Guest Bio: Robert D. Cheeley “I'm just a small town country lawyer” is the way Bob Cheeley refers to himself. Having grown up in Buford, Georgia in the 1960's and 1970's, Bob grew up wanting to help people, just as his parents, Selma Medlock Cheeley and his father, Joseph E. Cheeley, Jr. modeled for him. Bob's mother would never miss the opportunity to help out a family in need with a meal, clothing and Christmas gifts. Mrs. Cheeley served on the Buford City School Board during integration of the schools when Bob was in middle school. Bob's father, Joe, was a lawyer in Buford for over 60 years after graduating from the University of Georgia in 1952. While in law school, Joe would earn money as the Sanford Stadium announcer on game days. Joe also served as State Court Judge in Gwinnett County for 20 years. Bob grew up driving tractors and working on the family farm. Later, Bob worked in his father's law office in the summers during college and law school. It was during this time that Bob realized his calling to become a trial lawyer with a desire to help people who had been wronged, either to their person or their business. Like his father, Bob is a “Double Dawg,” having achieved two degrees from the University of Georgia, a degree in political science in 1978 and his Juris Doctorate from the School of Law in 1982. Bob has been advocating for the rights of Georgia residents who have sustained serious and catastrophic injuries his entire career. Bob has also represented business owners who have been the victim of breaches of fiduciary duties by a partner. Bob is the founding member and the managing partner of Cheeley Law Group, LLC, located in Alpharetta. Over the course of his career, Bob has secured over six hundred million ($600,000,000) dollars in jury verdicts and settlements. Most of these have been against insurers and publicly traded corporations, including trucking companies which caused injuries and deaths on the highways. Bob has also achieved justice for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, due to automobile product defects in vehicles manufactured by companies such as General Motors, Toyota Motor Company, Suzuki Motor Company, Nissan Motor Company, and Ford Motor Company, among others. One of the most notable cases which Bob tried with his former law partner is Moseley vs. General Motors which resulted in a verdict of $105 million dollars in Atlanta in 1993. The subject vehicle was a 1982 model Chevrolet pickup truck equipped with two “side saddle” fuel tanks, located just inside the sheet metal on each side of the truck. Bob tracked down a former GM fuel system engineer named Ron Elwell who was retired. Moseley aired live on Courtroom TV and is recognized throughout the nation as a landmark win which advanced automotive fuel system design safety. Some of Bob's other noteworthy cases include three settlements totaling $45 million against US Xpress trucking company arising out of a tragic collision in 2015 I-16 when one of its tractor trailers ran into the rear of two vehicles carrying seven Georgia Southern nursing students, resulting in 5 deaths and 2 injuries. Only one of those cases went to trial, Richards vs. US Xpress, which involved a mild traumatic brain injury and PTSD suffered by the plaintiff. The defendants' insurer, AIG, was intent on saving as much of the remaining policy limits as possible and offered only $1 million before trial. The jury returned a verdict of $15 million. Bob has other notable wins at trial including a $4o million dollar verdict against Toyota when the highest offer pretrial was $10,000. Bob is licensed to practice in Georgia, the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. Bob has been a long-standing member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice. He also served as a board member of the Attorneys Information Exchange Group. Bob also serves on the board of directors of The Piedmont Bank in Peachtree Corners, Ga. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
MICHAEL BIAMONTE is the founder of the Biamonte Center for Clinical Nutrition. In his second visit to thte show we discuss brain health: what to avoid and what to do to maintain and improve brain function in terms of supplements, diet, exrercise and meditation. Michael talks about the blood/brain barrier, pharmaceutical drugs, pshchotropic drugs, toxic metals, candida,mental health, brain fog and memory issues. Michael is a co-creator of BioCybernetics, which is an unprecedented computer software program that is able to study blood work, mineral tests and many other lab tests to determine exactly where your body is imbalanced. As a 30-year practitioner, he is dedicated to improving the lives of his patients and helping them get back to living. He holds a Doctorate of Nutripathy and is a New York State certified Clinical Nutritionist. He is a professional member of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists, The American College of Nutrition and is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for the Clinical Nutrition Certification Board. He is listed in “The Directory of Distinguished Americans” for his research in Nutrition and Physiology. For more about Michael Biomonte visit: www.Health-Truth.com www.newyorkcitythyroiddoctor.com www.newyorkcitycandidadoctor.com
On July 2, 2016, Sadhguru addressed the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) national conference in NYC on “Life Sense: Technologies for Wellbeing.” He explained that health is not just an absence of disease, but a sense of wholeness within, and stated that it is time to create a culture of health in society rather than simply investing in healthcare. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.org Sadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__app Official Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.org Sadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusive Inner Engineering Link: isha.co/ieo-podcast Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
Annette Oltmans, the founder of The M3ND Project, returns to the show to discuss Double Abuse®. Together, we explore what Double Abuse® is and how it can exacerbate the trauma a victim is already experiencing from their abuser. Double Abuse® happens when seeking help becomes a harmful encounter, where instead of supporting you, a person belittles your experience or disregards what you are telling them about your abuser. When you are in the middle of trauma, you need someone who will say, “I've got you,” understands what you are going through, and can help advocate for you. We created this episode because it is important to: understand what Double Abuse® is, know what to do if you think it's happening to you, and learn how others can be safe people for you. Featured topics include: Understanding covert emotional abuse and its destruction (4:15) Double Abuse®: what it is and how it exacerbates a victim's trauma (15:48) Why it's important for victims to recognize when Double Abuse® is happening to them so they can gently exit the conversation and find a new circle of support (24:24) Some examples of Double Abuse® in the media (34:29) How to support and show up for a victim using the healing model of compassion (37:36) You cannot take care of yourself if you are being traumatized by Double Abuse® (52:08) Learn more about Annette Oltmans: Annette Oltmans is a philanthropist and passionate human rights advocate. Annette's personal experiences of prolonged emotional abuse in marriage and her extensive journey of recovery including comprehensive field research into the topics of Original Abuse and Double Abuse® ignited her passion to founding The M3ND Project in 2016. While seeking the help of professionals and responders, she experienced Double Abuse® in the form of spiritual and institutional abuse. These harmful encounters compelled Annette in her relentless pursuit for solutions that involved interviews with hundreds of victims and survivors. She uncovered common threads that cause victims prolonged states of confusion as well as what ultimately led them towards healing. Her journey also involved interviews with hundreds of faith-based leaders and therapists which led her to discover that most are untrained and ill-equipped to identify and help victims of emotional, verbal, and psychological abuse. In working to prevent and remediate such harm, Annette developed protocoled models that are now being taught and implemented with therapists, churches and professional organizations across the United States. She consulted with esteemed experts in abuse, trauma, and healing to ensure the materials align with the highest professional standards. Annette also serves on the Board of Pepperdine University's Boone Center for the Family and is a Board of Trustee member of Northrise University in Zambia. Her writing on these topics of abuse, domestic violence, and bullying has been published in the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), Teen Vogue, and numerous other publications. Annette is also a contributing author in the newly released book, "Created to Thrive: Cultivating Abuse-Free Safe Communities." Resources & Links: Information and resources may also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/episode-217-understanding-double-abuse-with-annette-oltmans/ Private Coaching with Kate The M3nd Project WebsiteTools and Resources from The M3ND ProjectThe M3ND Project on FacebookThe M3ND Project on InstagramThe M3nd Project on YouTubeThe M3nd Project on TwitterAbuser. Narcissist. Sociopath. with Annette Oltmans Covert Emotional Abuse with Annette Oltmans ========= DISCLAIMER: THE COMMENTARY AND OPINIONS AVAILABLE ON THIS PODCAST ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING LEGAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL ADVICE. YOU SHOULD CONTACT AN ATTORNEY, COACH, OR THERAPIST IN YOUR STATE TO OBTAIN ADVICE WITH RESPECT TO ANY PARTICULAR ISSUE OR PROBLEM.
Beyond The Mask: Innovation & Opportunities For CRNAs
Voting started this week for the next round of AANA Board of Directors elections, and we want to help you get to know your candidates a little better. Thanks to our friends at the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, we will share the opening statements from the Board of Director Candidates' Forum during the Mid-Year Assembly so you can hear first-hand from each of the talented CRNAs running for office. Remember that you can cast your vote now so visit the AANA Election Center and get all of the information you need. Here's who you'll hear from on this show: Candidate for Director: Mike MacKinnon, DNP, FNP-C, CRNA 2:04 Candidate for Director: Jodie Szlachta, PhD, RN, CRNA 4:05 Candidate for Director: Andrea Roberts, DNAP, CRNA, APRN 6:06 Candidate for Director: Howie Goodwin, DNAP, CRNA 8:07 Candidate for Director: Susan Newell, MSN, CRNA 10:10 Candidate for Director: Daniel King, DNP, CRNA, CPPS 12:12 Candidate for Director: Stacy Yancey, CRNA 14:21 Candidate for Treasurer: Eric Rauch, DNP, CRNA 16:21 Candidate for Treasurer: Kristie Hoch, DNP, CRNA 19:33 Candidate for Vice President: Jeffrey Molter, MSN, MBA, CRNA 22:30 Candidate for President-Elect: Janet Setnor, MSN, CRNA, Col (ret) 25:32 Visit us online: http://beyondthemaskpodcast.com Get the CE certificate here: https://beyondthemaskpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Beyond-the-Mask-CE-Cert-FILLABLE.pdf
Medical Myths, Legends & Fairytales
Did you know that taking care of your adrenal system through detoxifying your body can help turn your life around? That's right! By understanding healthy habits like eating well, staying active, practicing mindfulness, taking the right supplements, and keeping an eye on your iron levels, you can make a big difference in your battle against thyroid cancer. Joining us is Patricia Pomareda, a dedicated family nurse practitioner specializing in integrative medicine with a diverse background in geriatrics, urgent care, women's health, and primary care. She is a visionary; consistently advocating for her patients and deriving immense satisfaction from assisting them to attain optimal health and prevent chronic afflictions. Following her diagnosis of thyroid cancer in June 2020, Patricia felt lost and fearful while undergoing treatment. Although she anticipated her life returning to normal, she quickly realized there would be a new normal to adjust to. "I was taking my supplements, I was eating, I was doing everything right on time. But when I went to go do my blood work. My ferritin was below range. It was super low. And so I knew because I was having all the symptoms of iron deficiency, this unreal fatigue. This is not the only thing but was a major driver for my source of fatigue. So I was just kind of piecing things together, like what would I do as a provider for myself?" In this episode, join Patricia as she shares her journey with thyroid cancer and how it has impacted her approach to practicing medicine. She also explores her mission to promote public awareness of thyroid health and resilience through her clinic, The Integrative NP. Don't miss out on her insightful story! Episode Timestamps: 0:02 - Episode Overview 0:35 - Dr. Christianson introduces Patricia Pomareda, Integrative Medicine Family Nurse Practitioner 2:42 - Dealing with neurological symptoms during COVID-19 pandemic. 7:52 - Patricia's thoughts on mortality and coping strategies upon diagnosis of thyroid cancer amidst COVID-19 pandemic. 13:03 - Using a patient-centered care experience to assist patients in receiving appropriate tests and diagnoses. 15:35 - Patricia's experience with thyroid surgery and the issues that persisted. 17:01 - Identifying any form of stress, be it mental, physical, or metabolic, in laying the groundwork for restoring physiology. 19:14 - The significance of exercising mindfulness and meditation, and detoxifying your body. 21:44 - How supplement selection and iron level monitoring address adrenal system care. 25:32- Understanding the importance of eating right, exercising regularly, meditation, and cultivating mindfulness practices for physiologic changes. 28:35 - Why thyroid cancer affects females more frequently than males, as indicated in statistics and trends. 31:10 - Early detection and treatment as the key to surviving women's health issues and the importance of patient empowerment in healthcare conversations. 37:38 - Resilient thyroid program and methodology. 38:25 - Establishing resiliency and optimizing thyroid hormones and adrenal health. 41:17 - Helping other people through integrative and non-integrative medicine. 42:43 - The gentle approach to iodine and the latest research on its importance for optimal health. 44:30 - Resilient thyroid methodology and other projects on integrative and non-integrative medicine. 44:53 - Patricia's journey in integrative health and her practice: the Integrative NP, balancing traditional and non-traditional approaches to healthcare. 47:40 - Final statement. Patricia is an Integrative Medicine Family Nurse Practitioner. As a graduate of the University of Miami, she received training at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and is board-certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. In July of 2020 Patricia was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. She had a thyroidectomy and subsequent treatment. As a provider on the receiving end of treatment, she was lost and afraid. She was told that her life would go back to normal and learned very quickly that there would be a new normal. Her cancer journey has shaped the way she practices medicine and she has made it her mission to promote thyroid awareness and thyroid resilience in her community through her practice, The Integrative NP. "Eating right, exercising, and setting up mindfulness habits (...) never ends, even when you're an adult. If we know what we have to do, we're able to get up faster and establish resilience." - Patricia Pomerada Learn more about Patricia Pomareda here: www.theintegrativenp.com Her thyroid checklists: https://www.theintegrativenp.com/s-projects-side-by-side www.instagram.com/theintegrativenp www.facebook.com/theintegrativenp Additional references about the topic: Thyroid cancer rate graph source SEER: https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/thyro.html Worldwide thyroid cancer estimates: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/landia/article/PIIS2213-8587(22)00035-3/fulltext Did you find this episode helpful? Let us know by leaving a review! Visit these links to learn more: ● https://www.drchristianson.com/ ● Dr. Christianson on Facebook ● Dr. Christianson on Instagram Subscribe for more Medical Myths, Legends, & Fairytales: ● Apple Podcasts ● Spotify ● YouTube
As we consume news and information in different ways than in past generations, it is both an opportunity and a challenge for physicians to make use of social media platforms to inform and connect with each other … and their patients. Mike Sacopulos interviews Umbereen Nehal, MD, MPH, FAAP, a digital health physician leader. She is an MIT Sloan Fellow MBA candidate, a former Medicaid medical director, and a former CMO. Nehal has been named a “Top Voice” four times by LinkedIn. She is now developing a FemTech venture at MIT, combining her experiences as a patient, caregiver, payer, public servant, certified coach, physician, and advocate. Crafting an influential presence on social media platforms, Nehal shares: Strategies that have had an impact on the way she practices medicine. How to be a patient advocate via access to patients' perspectives and patient stories. https://www.linkedin.com/in/usnehal https://www.nehalgroup.com/ Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org
Dr. Heather Adams sits down with Dr. Darla Cooper, Executive Director of The RP Group, to dig into the findings of previous and ongoing research aimed at identifying the barriers students face while navigating transfer pathways within the California Community College system.About Our GuestDr. Darla M. Cooper currently serves as the Executive Director for the Research and Planning Group for California Community Colleges (RP Group). She has worked in the California Community College system for over 20 years, having previously held institutional research director positions at Santa Barbara City College, Oxnard College, and Ohlone College. Dr. Cooper led Student Support (Re)defined, a landmark research project that examined what supports student success, and co-directed Through the Gate, a research study that examines what happens with students who appear ready to transfer, but do not. She recently served as one of the coaches for the American Association of Community Colleges' (AACC) Pathways Project. Dr. Cooper has extensive experience serving as an external evaluator for several federal and private foundation grants and has worked on various other projects designed to promote student success including the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, and the RP Group's Bridging Research Information and Culture (BRIC) initiative. Resources MentionedLearn more about The RP Group and sign up for their newsletterReview The RP Group's Through the Gate InitiativeReview The RP Group's African American Transfer Tipping Point Study For information on all previous and ongoing initiatives, check out The RP Group's project page Media Recommendation: Abbott Elementary (on ABC & Hulu)Shout-outs: The RP Group team!!#TransferResearch #TransferData #CommunityCollege #TheRPGroup #NISTS2023Show CreditsHost | Dr. Heather AdamsGuest | Dr. Darla CooperProducers | Sam Kaplan, Brandon RodríguezSound Editing | Abraham UriasKeep talking with Transfer Nation IG: @WeAreTransferNation TikTok: @TransferNation Twitter: @TransferPride FB Group: Transfer Nation Email: WeAreTransferNation@gmail.com Talk soon!#TransferPride #TransferSuccess #TransferChampion #TNTalks #TransferNation
In this episode, host Dr. Chris Beck interviews Dr. Nima Kokabi about renal trauma embolizations, including imaging workup, embolization technique, and a warning on renal biopsies. --- CHECK OUT OUR SPONSOR Boston Scientific Embold Fibered Coils https://www.bostonscientific.com/en-US/products/embolization/embold-detachable-coil-system.html --- SHOW NOTES Dr. Kokabi was born in Iran, then moved to Canada where he grew up. He attended medical school in Australia due to the shortage of English speaking medical schools in Canada. After his medical training, he was interested in IR, and came to Yale for a fellowship. He then joined Emory as an attending, where he serves one of the largest trauma hospitals in the country. IR and trauma surgery have a close relationship at Emory, and Dr. Kokabi notes they rely more and more on IR for trauma management, even for things such as penetrating trauma, which is traditionally handled by surgery. Most IR consults for kidney injury are iatrogenic from non-target renal biopsies in a nephrology office. The rules for getting access to a kidney that IRs are trained in are generally not followed by nephrology, and only some have ultrasound guidance for their biopsies. Other consults for bleeding from kidney injury are post-op from a partial nephrectomy or from blunt trauma. To work it up, he gets a 2 phase arterial and venous CT. All kidney injuries are evaluated and reported using the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) grading scale. If there is an active bleed, they will go to IR for embolization. If the injury is severe, and there is no parenchymal enhancement, this indicates either the artery or both the artery and vein were transected, and this patient requires surgery. In cases where there is only a small pseudo-aneurysm or a perinephric hematoma, these patients can be monitored with repeat imaging. For the embolization, Dr. Kokabi uses radial access. For his microcatheter, he likes the True Select. He always uses coils in the kidney, while in the liver, he uses gel foam. Some of his colleagues use glue for the kidney. He prefers detachable Embold coils, which are fiber coils with a nitinol pusher, so they don't kink when being pushed very fast, and can be adjusted if positioning is unsatisfactory. When he is finished, he injects first through the microcatheter and then again through the base catheter to ensure he hasn't missed any bleeding. He generally follows patients in the hospital for 1-2 days, before signing off. His parting advice to trainees and anyone doing kidney biopsies is to exercise caution, because although it is just a biopsy, it can cause life-threatening bleeding. --- RESOURCES AAST Kidney Injury Scale: https://radiopaedia.org/articles/aast-kidney-injury-scale
The Legacy Leaders Show With Izabela Lundberg
What an honor and privilege to speak with Eddie Wilson, a passionate people lover who managed over 4,000 employees and a business lover, aka a serial entrepreneur who owned over 115 companies and successfully exited over 80 of them.Today Eddie is the Leader/ CEO of Think Realty and the Leader/ CEO of The American Association of Private Lenders, in addition to ownership of over 15 companies such as Go Media, Because Coffee, Sharper Business Processes and Empire Operating System.Eddie is a Subject Matter Expert in building processes that create sustainable business models, creating solutions for investors and clients that produce fantastic returns and Producing more customers in a limited marketplace with limited expenses.He is a published author who shares eight principles fundamental to leadership success in his book, The Titan Doctrine. Eddie is also co-founder of Aspire, The #1 Event For High Achievers, which I had an opportunity to experience firsthand. His stage presence and delivery are remarkable.In this epic episode of the Legacy Leaders Show, Eddie shares so much value on how his proprietary Empire Operating System, focused on five pillars, generates tremendous results and impact.“I love using my own business philosophy to build businesses.” ~ Eddie WilsonHe also shares his tremendous action, vision and desire to help people in third-world countries by seeing brilliance in people lacking opportunities and much more. What is left on his bucket list it will surprise you.“I want to give people hope, opportunity, and pride in themselves and the opportunity to earn and change families and economies.” ~ Eddie WilsonBuckle Up, Champions! This episode is epic!
Recorded- May 12, 2023 Uploaded- May 13, 2023 The second preview has dropped! The guys look at the American Association ahead of the 2023 season and break down some new partnerships around Indy Ball. Also, ALPB discussion on Lexington's sustainability, southern dominance, and chaos in the north.
The City Club of Cleveland Podcast
Led by Senator Jerry Cirino, statehouse Republicans are working to pass Senate Bill 83, known as the Ohio Higher Education Enhancement Act. It would lead to sweeping changes for the state's public universities and colleges if passed. While SB 83 mainly applies to public institutions, it could also affect private colleges and universities that receive state dollars. The bill was introduced last month and is currently in Senate committee.rnrnSupporters believe the bill will strengthen First Amendment rights and reshape Ohio's higher education system to meet the needs of the 21st century. In a news release, Senator Cirino said, "This bill will move us toward true academic freedom. We need students to be taught how to think not what to think.rnrnCritics of the bill include education groups and college faculty from across the state. The Ohio chapter of the American Association of University Professors accused the bill of attempting "to micromanage public-and to an extent, private-colleges and universities on a variety of issues, most of which are rooted in the culture wars."rnrnJoin us at the City Club as Glenn Forbes from Ideastream Public Media leads a conversation with both proponents and opponents of SB 83, and what it could mean for higher education in Ohio.
Welcome to another exciting episode of Wine and Dime, where we blend the fascinating world of economics with the delightful flavors of wine. Today, we're diving into the intriguing depths of investor sentiment, market trends, and stock valuations, all while taking a virtual trip to the captivating wine regions of New Mexico! Sit back, pour yourself a glass of your favorite vino, and join us as we unravel the mysteries of the stock market and uncover the hidden treasures of New Mexico's rich wine heritage. Let's embark on this delectable journey together! Cheers!Remember, just like a good bottle of wine, the Wine and Dime Podcast gets better with time. So don't forget to rate and subscribe to our show, where we blend the flavors of wine and personal finance to help you achieve financial freedom! If you have any questions that you would like answered on the show, feel free to email us at email@example.comOr visit us at www.rootedpg.com/podcasts for full show notes and links!In this insightful episode of Economics 101, we dive into some key economic concepts and indicators that impact our financial lives. Here's what you'll learn:Investor Sentiment:The role of investor sentiment in the stock marketHow the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) survey measures market optimismStock Market and the Economy:The relationship between the stock market and the economyHow the stock market serves as a leading indicatorStock Market Valuations and Earnings Growth:The significance of corporate earnings growth and its relationship to market valuationsHow the S&P 500 earnings have evolved over time and its impact on the stock marketMoving Averages in the Stock Market:The importance of moving averages as a tool to understand market trendsAn overview of the 50-day, 100-day, and 200-day moving averages and their significanceWine Region:In this scrumptious episode of Wine and Dime, we're venturing off the beaten path and exploring the captivating wine region of New Mexico. Often overlooked in favor of its more famous neighbors, New Mexico boasts a rich viticultural history dating back to 1629, when Franciscan friars first planted wine grapes in the fertile soil of the Rio Grande Valley.So, grab your wine glasses, adventurers, as we embark on a sensory journey through the enchanting landscapes of New Mexico's flourishing vineyards. From the historic Middle Rio Grande Valley to the picturesque valleys of Mimbres and Mesilla, we'll unearth the secrets of New Mexico's winemaking past and present.Prepare to be amazed as we uncover how the local wineries have collaborated with Italian, Spanish, and French vintners to create innovative hybrid grapes that capture the essence of New Mexico's unique terroir. As you sip on your favorite beverage, imagine the sun-drenched vines, the whispers of the desert winds, and the tantalizing aromas of New Mexican wines waiting to be discovered.Whether you're a seasoned wine connoisseur or a curious newbie, let this episode of Wine and Dime be your guide to the hidden gems of New Mexico's wine country. Who knows? You might just find your next favorite bottle or plan a trip to this enchanting region. So, let's toast to the spirit of adventure and the delightful flavors that await us in the vineyards of New Mexico. Cheers!This episode is brought to you by Rooted Planning Group. Rooted Planning Group is a fee-only financial planning firm that specializes in working with women in their 30s and 40s who want to take control of their finances and plan for the future. Whether you're just starting out or you're looking to make a big change, Rooted Planning Group can help. Visit
The Health Disparities Podcast
Dr. April Kapu, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN, is president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners® (AANP). She has 30 years of experience in health care and 18 years as an acute care nurse practitioner (NP). Dr. Kapu has committed her career to advancing NP-delivered care and increasing access to NP care across all settings. Currently, she is Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Partnerships, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, with oversight for several nurse-led community practices. In todays episode, which is hosted by NP and rural health expert Mary Behrens, FNP, FAANP, we hear about Dr. Kapu's experiences of meeting NPs across the country during her year of presidency. NP Behrens and Dr. Kapu also discuss some of the reasons why being an NP is now widely considered to be one of the most rewarding careers in healthcare, and explore the importance of building diversity in the profession. This year marks the 102nd birthday of NP founder and advanced practice expert, Dr. Loretta Ford. Dr. Kapu discusses her accomplishments, her commitment to health equity, and the continued mission to make sure healthcare is accessible to everyone, everywhere. Copyright: Movement is Life, Inc, 2023
AADOM Radio-THE Podcast For Dental Managers
AADOM Radio & eAssist Dental Solutions Presents:Penny Reed-Chief Growth Officer/eAssist Dental SolutionsLearning Objectives:Uncover limiting beliefs regarding outsourcingLearn more about the “genius work” theory and how to boost productivityDiscover how to measure ROI and evaluate other hidden costs such as burnout and turnoverMore About Penny:Penny Reed is the Chief Growth Officer at eAssist Dental Solutions, and the author of the book, Growing Your Dental Business. Penny was recruited by her own dentist to run his growing practice, after spending two years as an IT manager with the Walmart Corporation.Penny has over 30 years of experience as a speaker and dental business coach and has been designated a Leader in Dental Consulting by Dentistry Today from 2007 to present. She is a certified “Behavioral Consultant” through the Institute for Motivational Living, and a former Dale Carnegie Trainer.Penny supports the marketing department at eAssist, the nation's leader in outsourced dental billing. She speaks at dental meetings about team coachability, effective revenue cycle management, and practice growth.Penny is a member of the Academy of Dental Management Consultants, The Speaking and Consulting Network, and a Speaking/Consulting member of the American Association of Dental Office Management.More About eAssist Dental Solutions:eAssist Dental Solutions, a Henry Schein company, is the nation's leading platform for dental billing and patient billing services for dental offices. eAssist serves thousands of dental practices through a proprietary technology platform that connects dental practices to vetted dental billing specialists, allowing practice owners to fully outsource their billing department. The end-to-end solution enhances a dental practice's revenue cycle management and eases the burden on office staff, ultimately helping practices be more efficient, profitable, and patient-focused.Learn more at www.dentalbilling.com, Facebook.com/eAssistMe, and @eAssist.me on InstagramLearn More About AADOM:https://www.dentalmanagers.com/
My guest today is Dr. Tanya Roth. She earned her history PhD from Washington University in St. Louis and teaches high school and middle school history at MICDS in St. Louis, Missouri. She is the author of Her Cold War: Women in the U.S. Military, 1945-1980 which is the subject of our conversation today. Her research has been recognized by the American Association of University Women, and in 2019 an early version of Her Cold War received the Society for Military History's Coffman First Manuscript Prize. Tanya's writing has been published in The Washington Post, History News Network, and Public Seminar. She lives in the St. Louis area with her family. You can find Tanya on Twitter as @DrTanyaRoth and online at tanyaroth.com.
In Episode 136, host Kevin Patton look