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Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast
Episode 257 | Suicide Prevention And Chronic Pain With Joan Rosenberg, PhD

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 42:18


We have an important episode. We're discussing the association between chronic pain and suicide. The information you'll learn in this episode may help you screen for the risk of suicide more effectively. It may help you effectively treat suicide, and by learning and sharing this information, you may save a life. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States. In 2019, approximately 48,000 Americans died by suicide. In that same year, there were an estimated 1.4 million suicide attempts. Chronic pain is a risk factor for suicide, and research indicates that chronic pain is present in about 10% of those who die by suicide. It's important as licensed healthcare professionals and loved ones of those who live with chronic pain that we learn how to ask the right questions, assess for risk factors, and intervene to help prevent suicide rates. In a few moments, you'll meet Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Joan Rosenberg, who has conducted research in the field of suicide, as well as treated patients in her clinical practice. Before we begin, I wanted to provide you with some information to effectively ask, assess, and intervene in those you feel may be at risk for suicide, especially those who live with chronic pain. First, I'd like to provide you with a shortlist of factors that may increase the risk of suicidal behavior among people living with chronic pain. If you're a healthcare professional, these might surprise you because we see common risk factors almost every day when we treat people with chronic pain. The first one is insomnia. Insomnia is common among people living with pain and also associated with an increased risk of suicide. The next is an over-reliance on passive coping strategies when you recognize or observe that someone is hoping their pain will go away from these passive coping strategies, increasing their risk of suicide. The next is pain catastrophizing, a topic we've talked about in-depth on this show. All of us are well aware of the catastrophizing pain scale, and there are also other scales and self-report measures that identify catastrophizing. It's very important that we include that in our initial paperwork. The next is prescription pain medication access when other factors are present. We're talking mostly about opioids here. It's not just if someone is taking opioids. There have to be several other factors. The factors that you learned about now present. As we're talking about prescription medication, always be on the lookout for what they call the triple threat, which is opioid, anti-anxiety medication, and alcohol use disorders. Those three together, people oftentimes overdose as well as an increased risk factor for suicidality. There are specific pain diagnoses that have been associated with an increased risk, specifically chronic lower back pain. The diagnosis of psychogenic pain, which is medically unexplained pain or medically explained physical symptoms as well as migraine, those three, chronic lower back pain, psychogenic pain, and migraines. Feelings of helplessness or hopelessness, individuals who will feel that they can do nothing to change or impact their pain and believe that positive outcomes are not possible for them may be at an increased risk for suicide, and then finally isolation or perceived burdensomeness. Oftentimes these go together. If you recognize or identify distressed and interpersonal relationships where someone feels like they are a burden to others or express feelings of not belonging, these are associated with an increased risk of suicide. Suicide can look and sound a lot like depression. It's important that we screen for depression. We all know that depression rates are high in those living with pain. There's a simple way that you can screen for depression in your clinical practice, no matter what type of health professional you are. That's with the PHQ-9, Patient Health Questionnaire-9. It's readily available online if you google Patient Health Questionnaire-9. This is a multipurpose instrument for screening, diagnosing, monitoring, and measuring the severity of depression. It includes nine questions. What's great about this is not only does it screen for depression but question number nine is a single screening question on suicide risk. A patient who answers yes to question nine needs further assessment for suicide risk by an individual who is competent to assess this risk that may or may not be you. Hopefully, by the end of this episode, you will realize that screening for suicide is possible. What I also like about the PHQ-9 is it gives you a couple of different cutoff points for mild, moderate, moderately severe, and severe depression. With those cutoff points, it recommends proposed treatment action for each cutoff point. It's Patient Health Questionnaire-9, super simple, nine questions to screen for depression. Question number nine is specifically for suicide risk. With some of that background information, let's bring in our expert guest, Dr. Joan Rosenberg. Dr. Rosenberg is a cutting-edge psychologist known globally as an innovator in the field of mental health. She is a two-time TEDx speaker and serves as a blogger for Psychology Today and has been a featured expert in multiple documentaries on television and radio. As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Rosenberg speaks on how to build emotional strength and resilience, psychotherapy, and suicide prevention. She's a Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University in Los Angeles, California, as well as maintains an active clinical practice. This episode aims to create a roadmap or a blueprint for assessing and intervening with suicide. Without further ado, let's begin and learn about this important topic and meet Dr. Joan Rosenberg.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainscienceinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram

DC Films Squadcast
324: Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull Me Back In!

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 32:04


In this episode Tim and Scott talk about Zack Snyder's recent teases about possible involvement in continuing the Justice League DC Films saga! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

Her Brilliant Health Radio
Wild and Well at Midlife: 6 Steps to Radical Healing

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 44:22


How to live a wild, healthy and fulfilled life at midlife and beyond?   The first step is to accept where we are at this moment. We are all going through an internal transformation, but it doesn't have to be a painful one. You don't have to spend your whole life in a state of pain and suffering.   Our guest for this episode, Dani Williamson is a functional medicine specialist who helps women at midlife experience radical healing and live wild and well. Her TN based practice, Integrative Family Medicine, uses specialized testing to identify the root causes of symptoms and disease and reverse them naturally.    Dani knows firsthand the role that adverse childhood events and mental health play in chronic health conditions and is on the board of the Middle Tennessee chapter of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. Her book Wild & Well: Dani's 6 Common Sense Steps to Radical Healing is available for preorder on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.   We talk about how we can take better care of ourselves during this age, but also how we can work on our relationship with self-care. We discuss how to stop trying to force yourself to do things you don't want to do and start focusing on what you want and need to do in your life. We explore the steps that we can take to be more in balance and harmony.   Let's hear about this awesome topic. Share your thoughts with us by leaving your comments.   Get Dani's Food Swapping List for free! Swap as if your life depended on it. https://daniwilliamson.com/

Dad to Dad  Podcast
Dad to Dad 177 - Louis Geigerman, Founder Of National ARD/IEP, Father Of Two Including A Son With Aspergers Who Tragically Took His Own Life

Dad to Dad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 42:42


David Hirsch's guest this week is Louis Geigerman, founder of National ARD/IEP Advocates, a firm that represents parents of children with special needs in schools throughout Texas. Louis is the father of two, including son Ben, who had Aspergers and tragically took his own life, shortly after graduating cum laude from Texas State University. We'll hear the Geigerman family story as well as the Benjamin J. Geigerman Lecture Series at University of Texas and more on Special Fathers Network Dad to Dad Podcast. Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) - https://www.copaa.org National ARD/IEP Advocates - http://www.narda.org National Alliance for Mentally Ill – https://www.nami.org The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://www.afsp.orgThe Benjamin J. Geigerman Lecture Series at University of Texas: https://med.uth.edu/calendar/event/2021-benjamin-j-geigerman-lecture-series/Hear Louis Geigerman's radio show, The Special Ed Section 504 Radio Hour at http://cypressradio.org/louis-geigerman.htmlSpecial Fathers Network - SFN is a dad to dad mentoring program for fathers raising children with special needs. Many of the 500+ SFN Mentor Fathers, who are raising kids with special needs, have said: "I wish there was something like this when we first received our child's diagnosis. I felt so isolated. There was no one within my family, at work, at church or within my friend group who understood or could relate to what I was going through."SFN Mentor Fathers share their experiences with younger dads closer to the beginning of their journey raising a child with the same or similar special needs. The SFN Mentor Fathers do NOT offer legal or medical advice, that is what lawyers and doctors do. They simply share their experiences and how they have made the most of challenging situations. Special Fathers Network: https://21stcenturydads.org/about-the-special-fathers-network/Check out the 21CD YouTube Channel with dozens of videos on topics relevant to dads raising children with special needs - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzDFCvQimWNEb158ll6Q4cA Please support the SFN. Click here to donate: https://21stcenturydads.org/donate/

DC Comics Squadcast
230: The Future of DC Comics Squadcast

DC Comics Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 59:12


Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://afsp.org/Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and, most importantly, get new content!http://www.patreon.com/squadcastmedia**If you want to be a part of our mail section, feel free to e-mail us at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com or send us a DM on twitter @dcsquadcast**In this episode, Jordan and Chris talk about:The Future of DC Comics SquadcastShow MailFuture State Catch-UpYou can reach us at:The DC Comics Squadcast on Twitter at @dcsquadcastChris on Twitter at @revrimJordan on Twitter at @jordanfunky Email at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media Network:DC Comics Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSThe Horror Comics Podcast: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Spotify

Ambiguously Blind
Alexa Jovanovic and Aille Design

Ambiguously Blind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:34


Founder of Aille Design, Alexa Jovanovic, stops by to talk about her community driven brand and movement aimed to make social change by infusing accessibility into fashion. Their prominently displayed crystal beaded braille letters create tremendous intrigue and awareness for the visually impaired community. Alexa also shares the origin story and the importance of their early partnership with the American Foundation for the Blind.  For show notes, photos and more information, connect with Ambiguously Blind  Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Linkedin Go to AilleDesign.com to get your very own intriguing braille fashion. This is a 100% listener supported podcast. Please consider joining our community of supporters. 

DC Films Squadcast
323: Movie Review: "Justice League: The New Frontier" (2008)

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 35:29


In this episode Tim and Scott review the animated film "Justice League: The New Frontier" (2008). It is the second review in a series of reviews of all of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

MTV's Official Challenge Podcast
It's So Hard To Say Goodbye w/ Derek Chavez

MTV's Official Challenge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 43:40


Tori and Aneesa are joined by Challenge All Star, Derek Chavez, for an interview that is equal parts fun and emotional. They discuss the journey Derek has been on since the passing of his sister, what it was like to be joined by his fellow Real World: Cancun family on this season, and a shocking secret that will have you rethink everything you know about this week's elimination. Plus, fellow Challenge All Star Ryan Kehoe drops in! Join Tori and Aneesa every Thursday as they go behind the scenes of The Challenge: Spies Lies and Allies, and Fridays, as they pull back the curtain on The Challenge: All Stars 2, on MTV's Official Challenge Podcast. Note: This episode includes discussions of mental health and suicide. If at any point you're feeling overwhelmed, we encourage you to press pause and take a deep breathe, go for a walk, or visit mentalhealthishealth.us for resources. You can jump back in whenever you're ready. If you or someone you know is struggling, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at afsp.org for resources. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bonfire Babble: Exploring Magic With Two Modern Witches
Ep 62: Shadow Work: What, Why, & If / When is it for you?

Bonfire Babble: Exploring Magic With Two Modern Witches

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 54:43


What are we talking about  :30 Preface why we are cautious when we talk about Shadow work 2ish - Food and new books ( Julia's new cocktail book so Alcohol trigger and ... the weather 8:50ish  -Some concerns and transparency about doing this episode and Shadow work 12:00 ish why do people WANT to do it  and one wait MIGHT help you as a Witch 15:06 What EXACTLY is Shadow work people who do workshops 17:10 ish the even darker side of Shadow work - raising awareness before you dive into this work. Corey's personal experience that is “parallel” To our concerns Stanislavsky's work in SOME instances can look exactly like shadow work. 19:00 ish questions to ask yourself so you can decide WHAT to explore in   shadow 20:35 ish Do those guidelines make sense? 21:50 ish some of the prompts that might not be shadow work you do by yourself 22:20 ish  If-Then ask yourself about the benefits vs. the cons 24:30 - Setting up - Shadow work prep 26:00 We start talking about  the lighter side of shadow work 27:00 Thanking yourself / Honoring yourself / Don't shame yourself 29ish - an exercise Detta's FIRST 31:ish ok are you ready after all that - here is some shadow work to explore, or start with some shadow work that is hopefully in the .. safer place to start Not a deep dive trauma-based prompt - for Detta 34:24 Some more Shadow work Detta is doing this season. The first level of my shadow work this season. 36:09 the actual questions I am asking myself 40:00 Safety net ideas 40: 50 the moon card and Shadow work 41:20 what is exciting about shadow work 42:47 Is it necessary 43: 30 What is the big deal Corey and Detta? Jeesh 45: 30 Sparks AND resources 47:25 RESOURCES Soul Retrieval ( Erika https://www.warriorgoddesswitchcraft.com/   Mental Planned Parenthood Finding therapists who work on a sliding scale -this takes some effort but they are there. Are you in college? There are free mental health resources Australia – Service NW No clue why I know this. Bellevue College's resource page Find the college in your area and check their page they will have resources outside of school that is free or low cost. The Trevor Project  Our Linktree Optimum Cerebral  The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention provides referrals to support groups and mental health professionals, resources on loss, and suicide prevention information (888-333-2377) The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides 24/7 crisis intervention, safety planning and information on domestic violence (800-799-7233) The Suicide Prevention Lifeline connects callers to trained crisis counselors (800-273-8255) NAMI Group Therapy, Support groups like AA, OA, Survivor groups, PTSD or CPTSD groups. We recorded this before Detta read the end of Rise of the Witch. Whiskey has a great chapter on Shadow work at the very end of the book so there is another resource - but not mentioned in this recording. Especially - if you are in recovery. Land Acknowledgment Bonfire Babble Podcast recognizes that we live and record on the traditional lands of the Duwamish Tribe. We Honor Their past and present stewardship of the beautiful land and the life-giving energy they provide. To learn more about the Duwamish People and Real Rent visit their site!  How To Reach Us You can find us on Instagram Twitter  Facebook at Bonfire Babble Podcast Bonfire Babble TikTok Cawnawyn Mor Our awesome in-house astrologer! You can catch her once a month on the podcast! But always on Instagram…provided there isn't an outage…. If you like us – and you are on Apple Podcast – we would love it if you gave us a 5-star rating and if you have time – a short review! Thanks so much for listening!

Sisters-in-Service
Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Roundtable - Getting Your Power Back after an MST

Sisters-in-Service

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 51:25


This is the first time I have recorded a roundtable discussion on MST.  That's why I enlisted the help of the three women you will hear in this episode.  They were gracious to help me with this episode and to tell their story in hopes that it can and will help someone who may be listening.  When MST happens on a base, it is one too many in my opinion.  It's time to stop talking about it and DO something to prevent this from happening to someone else. Tiffany Martschink - - US Army Veteran - State Advocate with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention  - Mettle of Honor Podcast HostContact:linkedin.com/in/tiffanymartschinkanchor.fm/mettle-of-honor Christine Martinez - US Army Veteran - Founder of Women for H.E.R - an organization to help women heal from trauma or abuse - Founder and CEO of Factotum Consulting Tampa - Author - Mixed Family CookingContact: linkedin.com/in/cmartinez789womenforher.org Jamie Miller - National Guard veteran - Advocates for women suffering from traumaContact: jamiem2113@gmail.comVeterans Crisis Line - 800.273.8255Safe Helpline877.995.5247Mobile App: Beyond MSThttps://lnks.gd/l/eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJidWxsZXRpbl9saW5rX2lkIjoxMDQsInVyaSI6ImJwMjpjbGljayIsImJ1bGxldGluX2lkIjoiMjAyMTEwMTkuNDc1NTYwOTEiLCJ1cmwiOiJodHRwczovL3d3dy5wdHNkLnZhLmdvdi9hcHB2aWQvbW9iaWxlL2JleW9uZE1TVC5hc3AifQ.o4TP3KlLcP2Osvewm521nzVV3hx84b_3zePYmb2zYNA/s/1519221207/br/114230330214-l

DC Films Squadcast
322: Darwyn Cooke's "DC: The New Frontier"

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 45:41


In this episode Tim and Scott do their first DC Comics series review, and talk about Darwyn Cooke's "DC: The New Frontier" from 2004! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

Blind Abilities
Just human: The Quest for Disability Wisdom, Respect and Inclusion, The New Book by Dr. Arielle Silverman, Research Specialist at AFB

Blind Abilities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 22:06


News Flash: The book is now up on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats! Buy it here. Prices are: $14.95 for the paperback and $4.99 for the E-book. Book Cover: Just Human: The Quest for Disability Wisdom, Respect and Inclusion by Arielle Silverman. Dr. Arielle Silverman joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities Studio and introduces her new book, Just Human: The Quest for Disability Wisdom, Respect and Inclusion, is a combination of a memoir divided into chronological segments with lessons learned and for others to take from and learn themselves. Arielle brings us front and center as well as taking a look into the future through the glass of research and experience.  Dr. Arielle Silverman is a Research Specialist at American Foundation for the Blind (AFB), and has conducted research studies for the last 10 years. Her passion has remained and we are all looking forward to her work with AFB.  Her blog, Disability Wisdom has been publishing articles for the last 3-4 years and with her focus on her new book and new job, we can still expect her blog to be producing articles in the near future. To stay on top of what Arielle is doing and to find out more about her book, join Arielle's Facebook group and not miss a thing. With all of Arielle's life and work experience, her advice to Transition Students is good as gold and Her book, just human: The Quest for Disability Wisdom, Respect and Inclusion, Is Also a Great Read for Transition Age Students, parents, teachers and especially those who are wanting to become a teacher. You can join the Just Human Quest Facebook Group, Follow her Disability Wisdom blog, and contact Arielle at Arielle@DisabilityWisdon.com . Contact Your State Services If you reside in Minnesota, and you would like to know more about Transition Services from State Services contact Transition Coordinator Sheila Koenig by email or contact her via phone at 651-539-2361. Contact: You can follow us on Twitter @BlindAbilities On the web at www.BlindAbilities.com Send us an email Get the Free Blind Abilities App on the App Storeand Google Play Store. Give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-9063 we would love to hear from you! Check out the Blind Abilities Communityon Facebook, the Blind Abilities Page, and the Career Resources for the Blind and Visually Impaired group

All The Wiser
Her beloved son was the Columbine shooter

All The Wiser

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 71:34


It's been more than 20 years since Dylan Klebold walked into Columbine High School and killed and injured dozens of people before taking his own life. Since the loss of her son, Sue Klebold committed the next decades of her life to the research of brain health, violence, and suicide prevention. In this episode, Sue not only shares about the moment she learned of her son's death and his final act, but she also shares thoughtful and practical solutions that she believes can help put an end to school shootings in this country, beginning with the key distinction between asking why these things happen, and instead asking how they happen.Author of New York Times Best Seller, "A Mother's Reckoning, Living In The Aftermath of Tragedy"Episode benefitting American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.Subscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we're on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you'll never miss an episode.We'd love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Today's episode is sponsored by All The Happier, a new online course inspired by the lessons you hear on the podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DC Films Squadcast
321: He's Ran Out the Door

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 51:41


In this episode Tim and Scott review the first official looks at The Flash and Black Adam films, and the behind the scenes looks at Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and Shazam: Fury of the Gods films! We also discuss The Peacemaker trailer and the game trailers for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights video games! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

Discovering Multifamily
Having A Purpose & Mission Behind Real Estate Investing With Larry Sprung

Discovering Multifamily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 22:17


On this 168th Discovering Multifamily Podcast, Larry Sprung joins us as the  Founder and Wealth Advisor at Mitlin Financial Inc™ a wealth management firm named in memory of his wife's grandfather, Mitchell, and his mother, Linda. We discuss why having a mission and purpose is essential to become a successful long-term multifamily real estate investor. Larry is one of Investopedia's 100 Top Advisors for 2021, and currently sits on the National Board and finance committee for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. He is also the host of the Mitlin Money Mindset™ show. iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discovering-multifamily/id1506820688#episodeGuid=Buzzsprout-3366217YouTube: https://youtu.be/SM8-8HXN80I   Website: www.redknightproperties.com/media   Spotify: https://lnkd.in/gfcVc3p   #financialfreedom #passiveinvesting #activeinvesting #investsmart #investwisely #buildingwealth #multifamily #podcast #Red Knight Properties #Anthony Scandariato #Brian Leonard #investing in real estate #investing in multifamily #investing in syndication

DC Films Squadcast
320: Fear is a Tool

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 55:17


In this episode Tim and Scott review the first official trailer for the upcoming film "The Batman" directed by Matt Reeves! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

Keepin' It Real with Frankie D
Episode 82 – Talking with Robert Allegrini, President of The National Italian American Foundation and the Honorary Consul for the Republic of San Marino

Keepin' It Real with Frankie D

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 42:28


Interview with Robert Allegrini, President of The National Italian American Foundation and the Honorary Consul for the Republic of San Marino. Recorded: September 30, 2021 Running Time: 42 minutes 28 seconds

Revolve One
Final Episode | Thank you and We Love You All!

Revolve One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 56:04


After four years of publishing Revolve One, this is the last episode. Thank you to each and every listener and person we have had the joy and pleasure of interviewing and featuring. We are truly grateful beyond what words can express for your support and value of this child of ours: Revolve One. We wanted to create a space where marginalized issues and voices intersected with kindness, compassion, and empathy. All the while raising awareness and sowing acceptance. Here's to doing that long after the note of this last episode ends.  Love always, Rudy + CrystalTo Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention click hereTo start watching YIKES on YouTube now click hereTo listen to Beyond the Rut with Jerry Dugan click hereTo listen to the Leading Ladies of Corpus Christi podcast click hereTo read our goodbye letter click hereSupport the show (http://patreon.com/revolveone)

AmiTuckeredOut
Sonal Shah and The Asian American Foundation

AmiTuckeredOut

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 48:20


One of the foremost global leaders on social impact and innovation, Sonal Shah has started and led social impact efforts in academia, government, and the private and philanthropic sectors for over twenty-five years.  She is the President of TAAF-The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), a convener, incubator, and funder committed to accelerating opportunity and prosperity for AAPI communities. TAAF supports advocates and organizations committed to AAPI causes so that together they can more effectively take action against hate and violence, and build the infrastructure needed to improve AAPI advocacy, power, and representation across American society.We talk about the huge spike of anti-hate crimes against the Asian American community the past few years, the main focus areas for TAAF, and how far back the history of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders goes in the United States.We also talk about our own childhood growing up in Houston as South Asians, how our generation perhaps internalized those feelings of being "the other", and why our own parents may have not had the bandwidth to comprehend racism when they immigrated to this country.Sonal discusses the importance of the Asian American narrative and certain cultural ideas that need to change, her own journey working with Obama and Mayor Pete Buttigieg, what she ultimately wants to be known for, and why she's ready to start a band.www.taaf.org

Per Our Last Email
Big Mistake! Huge! ft. Jess Goldsmith

Per Our Last Email

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 67:12


DC Films Squadcast
319: Movie Review: "Superman: Doomsday" (2007)

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 44:34


In this episode Tim and Scott review "Superman: Doomsday" (2007). It is the first review in a series of reviews of all of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

DC Comics Squadcast
229: I'm As Real As You Want Me To Be

DC Comics Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 103:49


Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://afsp.org/Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and, most importantly, get new content!http://www.patreon.com/squadcastmedia**If you want to be a part of our mail section, feel free to e-mail us at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com or send us a DM on twitter @dcsquadcast**In this episode, Jordan and Chris talk about:Aquaman 80th Anniversary SpectacularBlue & Gold #1-2Black Manta #1The Swamp Thing #1-2Suicide Squad Annual #1Suicide Squad #6-7Infinite Frontier #4-6You can reach us at:The DC Comics Squadcast on Twitter at @dcsquadcastChris on Twitter at @revrimJordan on Twitter at @jordanfunky Email at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media Network:DC Comics Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSThe Horror Comics Podcast: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Spotify

Behavioral Grooves Podcast
The 5 Healthy Brain Habits Of A Neuroscientist | Dr Daniel Almeida

Behavioral Grooves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 59:04


What life habits keep our brain healthy? How does our mind respond to trauma? And why does the way we talk about suicide and mental health make such a difference to those who are struggling? We discuss all these topics with neuroscience researcher Dr Daniel Almeida. To mark World Mental Health Day on Sunday, Oct 10, 2021, we decided to delve into the science behind mental health. And who better to help us with this topic than Daniel who has been named as one of Forbes 30 under 30 in science. His incredible work as a neuroscience researcher in the Douglas Research Centre at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, involves psychological autopsies to understand the molecular impacts of severe childhood abuse on the brains of individuals who died by suicide. As you can imagine, this episode is full of difficult yet important topics. But what struck us most about Daniel was how upbeat and positive he is about his work and the difference it's making to people's lives. Daniel kindly shares his top 5 healthy brain habits that we can all adopt to improve our mental wellbeing.  If you, or someone you know needs help with their mental health, please use one of the resources in the links below.  Mental Health Support Suicide Prevention Lifeline (US):https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: https://afsp.org/suicide-prevention-resources Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: National Helpline (US): 1-800-662-HELP (4357). SAMHSA's National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline  The Canada Suicide Prevention Service: https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/ Samaritans (UK): https://www.samaritans.org/  United for Global Mental Health (List of support networks around the world): https://unitedgmh.org/mental-health-support    For those looking for information on how to support others: National Institute of Mental Health: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/suicide-prevention   For the general public looking to be trained in mental health first aid and/or suicide prevention: Living Works (US): https://bit.ly/3oKgsaS  Mental Health First Aid Canada: https://mhfa.ca/ Topics  (6:29) Speed round. (10:14) Does talking about suicide help? (14:15) Why it's very important to talk about “dying by suicide” instead of “committing suicide”. (16:17) About Daniel's work as a neuroscientist. (17:47) What are the links between childhood trauma and suicide? (25:16) What age are children most sensitive to the effects of trauma? (31:19) How the type of trauma experienced by a child matters. (33:36) How resilience is more like a sword than a shield. (35:29) What are the 5 best brain health habits? (41:57) What is a brain bank and how are psychological autopsies used? (44:30) What music isn't noise pollution for Daniel? (46:24) Music and the brain. (48:13) Grooving Session with Kurt and Tim; how to apply Daniel's work to your life. © 2021 Behavioral Grooves Links World Mental Health Day: https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-mental-health-day  Leading Human™ Workbook and Playbook: https://www.behavioralgrooves-store.com/products/copy-of-the-leading-human-playbook-workbook-package Leading Human™, Free Whitepaper Download: https://www.behavioralgrooves-store.com/collections/leading-human/products/human-centered-workplace-checklist Leading Human™ Workshop on Nov 2nd, 2021 (more dates to be added soon): https://www.behavioralgrooves-store.com/collections/leading-human/products/leading-human-workshop Promo Code: GROOVERS to receive $20 off (limited time offer for listeners). Episode 220: How Do You Become Influential? Jon Levy Reveals His Surprising Secrets: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/how-to-be-influential-jon-levy/ Dr Brenda Mildner – Mother of Psychological worked on bilateral hypocantim removal: https://www.mcgill.ca/neuro/about/brenda-milner Donald Hebb: https://can-acn.org/donald-olding-hebb/#:~:text=Donald%20Hebb%20(1904%2D1985),which%20was%20published%20in%201949.  “Molecular impacts of childhood abuse on the human brain”  Ibrahim, P.; Almeida, D.; Nagy, C.; Turecki, G. (2021): https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352289521000515?via%3Dihub  “A Slice of the Suicidal Brain: What Have Postmortem Molecular Studies Taught Us?” Almeida, D. and Turecki, G. (2016): https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27671915/  “What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing”, by Oprah Winfrey and Bruce Perry: https://amzn.to/3lF7EQ7  Brain structure of dancers and musicians https://www.falishakarpati.com/bio Support Behavioral Grooves by donating on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves   Musical Links  Gladys Knight & The Pips “Midnight Train to Georgia”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0F9lh8TiSM&ab_channel=GladysKnightTPVEVO  Whitney Houston “I Will Always Love You”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JWTaaS7LdU  The Supremes “Where Did Our Love Go”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTBmgAOO0Nw  Stevie Wonder “As”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYQfWJNWe3I 

Inform & Connect: An American Foundation for the Blind Podcast
Inform & Connect Season Three: Carl Augusto, President Emeritus of AFB

Inform & Connect: An American Foundation for the Blind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 30:15


Season 3 of Inform & Connect kicks off with a conversation with Carl Augusto, President Emeritus of AFB. Carl served as president and CEO of AFB for 25 years—one quarter of the organization's 100-year history. Under Carl's leadership, AFB forged numerous strategic partnerships and alliances within the vision loss community and beyond to address critical issues and expand opportunities for people with vision loss, including broadening the organization's scope to influence corporate America to make its products and services accessible. He was the fifth chief executive of the American Foundation for the Blind since its founding in 1921. In light of October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Melody and Carl discuss his employment journey, from early in his career through his tenure at AFB. They also discuss public perceptions of blindness, along with Carl's favorite baseball and musical acts, which he also occasionally shares on Facebook. Episode Transcript

The Sacred Medicine Podcast
Wild & Well Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing

The Sacred Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 58:17


191: Wild & Well: Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing Dani Williamson is my guest today, and let me tell you, she has been through so much with her health until she found functional medicine after she was diagnosed with lupus. Today she is thriving! Yes, she is another example that you can overcome autoimmunity!   She's coming out with her new book, "Wild and Well, Dani's 6 Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing."   Dani Williamson MSN, FNP is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Nurse-Midwifery and Family Nurse Practitioner program, Dani practices the art of medicine by balancing traditional and integrative therapies. Dani encourages her patients to step out of the realm of “normal” and reach “optimal” health. Dani was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome in 1985.  She struggled with chronic itching of her arms and legs for several years, was diagnosed with Lupus in her early 30's and then, not surprisingly, prescribed psych medications to manage her emotions. Not once was she ever told “your diet controls your symptoms” or asked, “what are you eating?” by the 10 specialists she saw over 24 years. She continued eating a Standard American Diet as her symptoms progressed, and prescriptions to treat those increased as well.  It wasn't until she began practicing integrative medicine after graduating from nurse practitioner school that she was educated on the importance of healing the gut. Her story of healing is an inspiration and source of hope to her patients. Dani owns Integrative Family Medicine in Franklin, TN. She focuses on gut, thyroid, hormone, and adrenal health with her patients. Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, which is autoimmune thyroid disease, is her passion.  Her approach embodies a physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual process to healing.  She believes God designed our bodies to heal themselves in our 40's, 50's, 60's or even 70's.  She stresses the importance of eating real food, as well as cleaning up the environment around us one step at a time. Dani is a sought-after speaker at various conferences and workshops where she leads discussions on gut, thyroid, adrenal, hormone, and brain health. She is on the board of Middle Tennessee chapter of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention and believes strongly in addressing issues of adverse childhood trauma and its relation to overall long-term health conditions. Dani is a single mother of two grown children and attends Brentwood Baptist Church.  She loves traveling and participating in medical mission work. She runs a support group for her Hashimoto's thyroiditis patients, offers community education at the clinic and has a weekly Facebook Live show on Sunday evenings named “Sunday Night Service” which addresses various health topics.  She is also the founder of a Facebook community that continues to grow monthly with members from across the world that are dedicated to healing their bodies from the INSIDE OUT:  Inside~Out Healing from Within. Her first book Wild & Well: Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing is being released November 9, 2021.  She believes your health is not rocket science, and healing shouldn't be either.   Please join Dani's email list for her weekly newsletter at http://www.daniwiliamson.com  and follow her on social media. Links below.   Facebook- private community:  Inside Out~Healing from Within: Facebook:  Dani Williamson Wellness Twitter: @wildandwelldani Instagram: @daniwilliamsonwellness YouTube: Dani Williamson Wellness Click your favorite bookstore to Pre-order Dani's book Wild & Well: Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing: Amazon                Barnes & Noble               BAM!: Books a Million                    Powell's              Parnassus Books Want to connect with Margaret? Follow and connect with Margaret on Instagram  - https://www.instagram.com/margaretromero/   Learn more on her Website - https://www.margaretromero.com/   Take a walk with Margaret as she goes deeper into her personal journey when she was first diagnosed with multi-organ involvement lupus nephritis - From Flare to Fabulous -https://amzn.to/3uGsLoM Now is your time to start feeling better & finally living the life you have always wanted! Grab your copy of Margaret's free e-book: https://margaretromero.us16.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=a7ca94b07bda863bfdad3a311&id=edd1c9600b   New Lupus Masterclass: 7 Daily Habits to Prevent Lupus Flares From Ever Coming Back Register here- www.margaretromero.com/masterclass   Want to learn the simple steps that have helped so many others transform their lives?  Join the 7-day Lupus Challenge - https://margaretromero.com/challenge/ If you've been loving The Sacred Medicine Podcast, please be sure to subscribe and leave a review!

Trauma, But Make It Funny
Episode 16: Megan and the Missing Colon

Trauma, But Make It Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 66:45


On the 16th episode of Trauma, But Make It Funny, Bri welcomes her friend from college, Megan Kastner. Megan tells Bri the story about what lead up to her ultimately having to get her colon removed - and there are some twists and turns, people.  Bri and Megan talk through a ton of SHIT, literally, with an emphasis on how important it is to advocate for your own health. This story takes place over the pandemic, so that adds another crazy element, which I'm sure you can imagine. Megan's positive attitude about her new life is contagious, and I hope you feel gratitude after hearing this episode, just like Megan feels gratitude after a chronic illness changed her life.    The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.  AFSP creates a culture that's smart about mental health by engaging in the following core strategies:Funding scientific researchEducating the public about mental health and suicide preventionAdvocating for public policies in mental health and suicide preventionSupporting survivors of suicide loss and those affected by suicideTo donate to AFSP, visit: https://supporting.afsp.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donate.event&eventID=1&language=en

Happy Bones, Happy Life
114. How Adverse Childhood Experiences Can Affect Your Health | Dani Williamson MSN, FNP

Happy Bones, Happy Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 33:27


Dani Williamson MSN, FNP owns Integrative Family Medicine in Franklin, TN; focusing on gut, autoimmune thyroid (Hashimoto's Thyroiditis is her passion), hormone and adrenal health with her patients. Her approach embodies a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual process to healing. Dani is on the board of Middle Tennessee chapter of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention and believes strongly in addressing issues of adverse childhood trauma and its relation to overall long-term health conditions. Her book, Wild & Well Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing, is being released November 9, 2021 and is currently an e-book on Amazon. In today's interview we discuss the impact Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE's) have on our health and what steps we can take to overcome them. Dani is an engaging speaker with a lot of important insights.   Links Dani's website - www.daniwilliamson.com where you can order her new book, Wild & Well! Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing  Take the ACE Quiz https://developingchild.harvard.edu/media-coverage/take-the-ace-quiz-and-learn-what-it-does-and-doesnt-mean/       Timestamps [01:39] Dani's painful early childhood experiences & how they shaped her future[10:00] What is an ACE score?[16:14] The first steps to healing[20:14] A great and easy tip for bone health[21:06] “7 Sinister Foods”

Mayim Bialik's Breakdown
Dr. Christine Moutier: We All Have A Role to Play

Mayim Bialik's Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 72:43


Dr. Christine Moutier (Chief Medical Officer, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention) debunks myths about suicide and discusses the big risk factors associated with the act. She details her path to becoming a suicide prevention advocate and shares how her own mental health journey during medical school led her to become a safe space for others. Dr. Moutier lists the occupations with the highest risk of suicide, the suicide patterns across every demographic, and the physical, emotional, and psychological factors that increase one's risk. Mayim opens up about her family's experience with suicide and highlights the importance of not waiting to seek help. She and Dr. Moutier consider the elevated suicide rates among LGBTQIA+ communities, the role social media plays in cyberbullying and suicide, and the importance of combating the epidemic of loneliness with interpersonal connections. They highlight the significance of having an open dialogue within family circles and the benefits of interactive screening programs before another engaging round of You Might Need Help If...NowMattersNow.orgSuicide Prevention Hotline: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/Family Acceptance Project: https://familyproject.sfsu.edu/AFSP Interactive Screening Program: https://afsp.org/interactive-screening-programBialikBreakdown.comYouTube.com/mayimbialik

DC Films Squadcast
318: No, I'm... I'm Fine...

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 42:08


In this episode Tim and Scott talk about the "Y The Last Man" pilot episode, "The Sandman" Audible Original, and the first look at Netflix's "The Sandman" series. You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

Above Ground Podcast
No Hopeless Soul w/Jayme from Indy

Above Ground Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 53:16


The death of a child is like a roller coaster you can never get off. Jayme from Indy shares the story of losing her 20 year old son Griffin to suicide. Griffin died in September of 2018. This is our final September Suicide Awareness Month Inner-View.  On the day Griffin  left for college he sent a text to his mom. “Don't be sad mama, be happy. God is with me." Thirty three days later he was found by one of his best friends. Jaime still feels his energy. Jaime has her share of good vs. bad days. He was a funny. He was loving. He was a practical joker. He was always scaring his sister, Bailey and making her cry or mad. Griffin loved his friends and family.  Her faith keeps her strong and living. Her ties to the Out of the Darkness walks and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention give her grief and remembrance a vehicle. But there are days when just getting out of bed takes a Mack truck effort. We thank Jayme for trusting us and sharing her story with us. We curate these conversations to perpetuate hope and start a conversation regarding mental health. Remember it just takes one person to make a difference. You can make a difference by donating to AFSP in honor of Griffin by clicking this link https://afsp.org/give-a-gift Please follow the show at all these places by clicking a link below https://abovegroundpodcast.net   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKn_Suc7apr3VIO1iX65cBg?app=desktop   https://www.facebook.com/abovegroundpodcast   https://twitter.com/abovegroundpod   https://www.instagram.com/abovegroundpodcast/   https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/abovegroundpodcast   https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/above-ground-podcast/id1476950544   https://open.spotify.com/show/7ogZ00r2sYwC0unlEwcJ5w?si=-ioYxi_dSiuDMLOV_x9qFg&dl_branch=1   https://podcasts.google.com/feed/   https://castbox.fm/channel/Above-Ground-Podcast-id2561617?country=us   https://www.audible.com/pd/Above-Ground-Podcast-Podcast/B08K564DM3  

DC Comics Squadcast
228: Fear State Catch Up

DC Comics Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 51:20


Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://afsp.org/Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and, most importantly, get new content!http://www.patreon.com/squadcastmedia**If you want to be a part of our mail section, feel free to e-mail us at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com or send us a DM on twitter @dcsquadcast**In this episode, Jordan and Chris talk about:Batman #111 - #113Catwoman #34Nightwing #84Batman - Fear State: AlphaYou can reach us at:The DC Comics Squadcast on Twitter at @dcsquadcastChris on Twitter at @revrimJordan on Twitter at @jordanfunkyEmail at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.comSubscribe to Squadcast Media Network:DC Comics Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSDCTV Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSDC Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSThe Horror Comics Podcast: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Spotify

Blind Bargains Audio: Featuring the BB Qast, Technology news, Interviews, and more
Blind Bargains Virtual Exhibit Hall Audio: Empathy And Education Are Core Values For Accessibility at AudioEye

Blind Bargains Audio: Featuring the BB Qast, Technology news, Interviews, and more

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 15:46


We last caught up with AudioEye on the CSUNATC19 Exhibit Hall floor with news of their advancement into the kiosk access space. The internet has evolved a lot in the 2+ years since that interview and that is where J.J. starts with Dominic Varacalli, President, of AudioEye. The pair discuss the hot button topic of overlays, user testing and how the company is educating their customers to understand that access is a journey rather than a one and done service environment. If you are interested in joining the user testing program, visit this page for more information. Also, to obtain services, travel to the AudioEye website for more details. Blind Bargains Virtual Exhibit Hall coverage is Brought to you by AFB AccessWorld. For the latest news and accessibility information on mainstream and access technology, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon offerings, access technology book reviews, and mobile apps, and how they can enhance entertainment, education and employment, log on to AccessWorld, the American Foundation for the Blind's free, monthly, online technology magazine. Visit .

Flashpoint with Cherri Gregg
I'm Listening: A Flashpoint special about suicide prevention and why talking about mental health matters

Flashpoint with Cherri Gregg

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 63:44


I'm Listening is a Flashpoint special about suicide prevention and the importance of talking about mental health. In this special edition of the show, we explore the impact of mental health in Philadelphia youth amid COVID-19, the uptick of suicide rates in the LGBTQ community, and how communities of color break barriers within Black men seeking therapy. Mary Murtha Ann, Area Director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, speaks on how survivor stories can significantly affect helping others. David Huber, a survivor, and partner of the American Foundation for Suicide, shares his story and his efforts in helping others. Lastly, Mary May of Butterfly LLC is a therapist who talks about approaching a loved one struggling with mental health issues and suicidal thoughts. KYW's Justin Udo speaks with Dr. Jayme Banks, Director of Trauma-Informed School Practices, on how The Philadelphia School District handles suicide prevention with their students amid the pandemic. KYW's Shara Dae Howard highlights the Attic Youth Center and its work being a haven for the LGBTQ community and fighting against the uptick of suicides in LGBTQ youth. KYW's Jay Scott Smith sits with Marvin Toliver, Therapist at Radical Therapy Center, to discuss the issue of toxic masculinity within the upbringing of Black men and the impact it has on the generations of Black men expressing their emotions and their wellness. The Philly Rising Changemaker is Trapeta Mayson, Philadelphia's Poet Laurette, who started the 1-855-PoemRx2 hope hotline for those in need of a positive affirmation and word.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Wellness Wednesday with 3W
Suicide Prevention - Know the Signs & The Resources that May Save a Life (Way Back Wellness Wednesday)

Wellness Wednesday with 3W

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 27:30


September is National Suicide Prevention Month. To help spread awareness, we're revisiting this very important episode of Wellness Wednesday released last year.  Therapist and social worker Ashley Hutchinson joins us from San Diego, CA via Zoom chat to share her extensive experience, insights, and resources concerning suicide. Having personally suffered the loss of loved ones to suicide several times, Ashley is passionate about helping others prevent this all-too-common tragedy.  Please listen in and equip yourself with the knowledge and resources that may help save a beloved person's life--whether yours or that of someone you know.  Additionally, Ashley has shared her list of favorite resources for suicide prevention and mental health below:   - American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. They have awesome chapters and walks around the country for fundraising and awareness. You can find them at www.afsp.org. Their website also points people to local chapters to be involved with. I have been participating and fundraising in their San Diego Out of the Darkness Walk for years.  - Suicide Prevention Hotline. Anyone can call the hotline 24/7 across the country for crisis intervention at 1-800-273-8255.  - Ethically speaking, if someone is actively suicidal and has a plan, intent, or means to harm themselves it is important for them or a loved one to call 9-11 ASAP or get to the closest emergency room.  - NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is so amazing. They are one of the oldest mental health organizations in the country. They can be found at www.nami.org. They too have local chapters that are bright and thriving and so welcoming!  - CoDA, otherwise known as Codependency Anonymous, is great for just about anyone struggling with self-esteem and relationship issues. They are a 12 step, self-help organization that stems from the AA tradition.  - Catholic Charities offices across the country offer low to no cost therapy which is LOVELY! Our parish has a therapist and our priest is so lovely; he loves talking about mental health care!  - Give an Hour is a non-profit that couples with therapists across the country who donate their time to offer no-cost psychotherapy to military service members and their families. They too have a special place in my heart. You can find them at www.giveanhour.org.  - The Trevor Project has a 24/7 suicide crisis hotline as well for LGBT youth and their number is 1866-488-7386. They do very life-saving work for so many and I have heard their counselors are warm and comforting.  - National Domestic Violence Hotline. They deal with crisis DV situations and they are a wealth of knowledge for anyone experiencing domestic violence. Their number is 1-800-799-3224.      Disclaimer: The information shared in this podcast is the opinion of the speaker, or speakers. Medical information is not intended as individual medical consultation, but for general education only. Always consult your own health professional for personalized advice regarding medical decisions.  

Above Ground Podcast
Standing in His Own Power w/Patsy Grieco of Fast Lane Tattoo

Above Ground Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 61:23


Patsy embodies strength, wisdom and survival. He fights his way through grief by sharing his words in his Facebook videos. He helps people heal with the touch of his tattoo gun. He is finally standing in his own power. Patsy Grieco lost his wife, Heather to suicide. But she was more than his wife. She was his high school sweetheart, his best friend, and a reason to breathe.  This episode is a tough one. Grab a tissue. Pet your cat. We talk about the period leading up to Heather's death. The moments following and the days after. We talk about how a YouTube video prompted Patsy to take control of his grief.  It's not all heavy. We share lighthearted moments too. Because after all life's joke is that while you are laying on the ground in despair, you have to get up and pee. So you can't stay down. Words to live by.    Patsy owns and tattoos at Fast Lane Tattoo at 1522 Columbia Turnpike, Castleton, NY. He is a rat rod builder, welder and healer. Our word, not his. Follow him on Facebook to see his walking wisdom videos.  https://www.fastlanetattoony.com This Sunday, September 26th, is the Out of the Darkness walk for R.I.T.A. to benefit the Capital Region chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. We will be there. Please support our team Patrick's Shamrocks https://supporting.afsp.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=267322 Thanks for listening to this or any episode. Please continue to follow us on all the platforms and places you pod.  https://abovegroundpodcast.net   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKn_Suc7apr3VIO1iX65cBg?app=desktop   https://www.facebook.com/abovegroundpodcast   https://twitter.com/abovegroundpod   https://www.instagram.com/abovegroundpodcast/   https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/abovegroundpodcast   https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/above-ground-podcast/id1476950544   https://open.spotify.com/show/7ogZ00r2sYwC0unlEwcJ5w?si=-ioYxi_dSiuDMLOV_x9qFg&dl_branch=1   https://podcasts.google.com/feed/   https://castbox.fm/channel/Above-Ground-Podcast-id2561617?country=us   https://www.audible.com/pd/Above-Ground-Podcast-Podcast/B08K564DM3 Memoir (Despair & Mayhem) [feat. Kevin Maloney] - Single by Will Foley https://music.apple.com/us/album/memoir-despair-mayhem-feat-kevin-maloney-single/1569777715 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjfwOJ_Szj0  

DC Films Squadcast
317: Not All Battles are Won on the Front Lines (Doom Patrol Season 1)

DC Films Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 65:17


In this episode Tim and Scott talk about Season 1 of Doom Patrol, and why you should give the show a watch! Enjoy! You can help to support this show and the rest of Squadcast Media through Patreon at this link!  Thank you for your support! You can help support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention HERE Where to find us: Follow DC Squadcast on Twitter at @DCSquadcast Follow Tim on Twitter at @Allenfire Follow Scott on Twitter at @ScottDC27 Email us at DCSquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media: DC Squadcast:  iTunes / Spotify / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Comics Squadcast:  iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Fans Without Borders: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS Marvel Squadcast: iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher The show's intro music was composed by Tim Yoko. The show's outro music was composed by Jordan Funk.

My Morning Coffee
My Morning Coffee w/ Neta-lee Noy on Suicide Prevention and Awareness

My Morning Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 57:41


Neta-lee Noy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience as an Emergency Response social worker investigating abuse. Over 4 years ago, we lost a dear friend and sister, Miss Terriel Cox. We celebrate her and honor her memory by raising funds for American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. You can join #TeamTerriel for the Out of the Darkness Community Walk and be one of Terriel's Change Agents. For more info, head over to Net's Facebook Page. Click Here!   Join us for this wide-open conversation about suicide, prevention actions, and the rea-life implications of the various types of suicide. There is levels to this.  Don't miss this episode of My Morning Coffee Podcast.   Tune in live and subscribe to the My Morning Coffee Podcast at https://apple.co/3q9SALY Don't miss the conversation that is always hot, bold, organic, and full of flavor.   This is brought to you by Sand and Shores, the Positive PR People  #ContentMatters #PositivePR #Leadership is Newsworthy! #MyMorningCoffee #Podcast #TonyaMcKenzie #GiaSneed  #MB   Follow Tonya on Twitter and Instagram @TonyaMcKenziePR Follow Gia on Instagram @themahoganybox   For comments, guest opportunities or brand collaborations, contact info@sandandshores.com. #podcast #business #entrepreneur #solutions #trustory #giasneed #tonyamckenzie #mymorningcoffee

DC Comics Squadcast
227: The Rise and Fall of Finn Conners

DC Comics Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 92:03


Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://afsp.org/Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and, most importantly, get new content!http://www.patreon.com/squadcastmedia**If you want to be a part of our mail section, feel free to e-mail us at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com or send us a DM on twitter @dcsquadcast**In this episode, Jordan and Chris talk about:Secret Files: Clown Hunter #1I Am Batman #0Robin #5Superman: Son of Kal-El #1 - #2Wondwer Girl #3You can reach us at:The DC Comics Squadcast on Twitter at @dcsquadcastChris on Twitter at @revrimJordan on Twitter at @jordanfunky Email at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media Network:DC Comics Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSThe Horror Comics Podcast: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Spotify

Going There with Dr. Mike
Aimee Mamn Discusses the Isolation of Obsessive Thinking and Anxiety

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 53:27


Singer-songwriter Aimee Mann joins Dr. Mike Friedman on the Going There with Dr. Mike podcast to share her struggle with anxiety and depression. The "Suicide Is Murder" singer explains how her obsessive thoughts can be so powerful and overwhelming, that her depression is almost a response to keep the intensity of her thoughts in check – like a “lid” that keeps her anxiety in check. The Superego Records co-founder also discusses how just as mental illness is devastating when we experience it ourselves, it is also devastating when someone close to us struggles with their own issues. This episode is part of our National Suicide Prevention Month series. Sound Mind's partners at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention also have a number of events throughout aimed at helping you start the conversation about mental health. So check out #RealConvo to follow those events and discussions. And for more information and resources, head to AFSP's National Suicide Prevention Week website. Going There with Dr. Mike and Sound Mind also want to hear from you, our listeners! Use this link to submit your own question for the “Ask Dr. Mike” column, and give us some feedback on the series in general by completing a quick survey.

South of Fine
Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

South of Fine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 33:41


Suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States, with nearly 50,000 lives lost last year. And while suicide is often a taboo topic, prevention is possible, but it requires intervention from friends, family and community members. In this episode, we speak with Meghan Goldbeck and Denita LeBlanc about the important work the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention is doing to help eliminate the loss of life due to suicide.

Dr. Berkson's Best Health Radio Podcast
Testosterone Mythology Debunked with Dr. Abraham Morgentaler (#227)

Dr. Berkson's Best Health Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 76:02


We live in a polemic world of clashing misinformation. Especially about hormones. Including testosterone. Too many men are taken off Testosterone (T) if they get a diagnosis of prostate cancer or heart disease even though the science shows otherwise. Today's interview is with Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, Harvard urologist and world expert on Testosterone, who has done much of this science. This is a must hear conversation on hormones and health that you will want to share with your physicians and patients. Dr. Abraham Morgentaler Abraham Morgentaler, MD is an international authority on men's health and a pioneer in the treatment of testosterone deficiency in men. Dr. Morgentaler's research is credited with reversing the decades-old belief that testosterone therapy is risky for prostate cancer. Dr. Morgentaler graduated from Harvard College in 1978 and Harvard Medical School in 1982. He completed his residency in 1988 through the Harvard Program in Urology, and then joined the faculty of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery (Urology) at Harvard Medical School. In 1999, Dr. Morgentaler founded Men's Health Boston, the first center in the US to focus on sexual, reproductive, and hormonal health for men. Dr. Morgentaler was the recipient of the New Investigator Award in 1994 granted by the American Foundation of Urological Disease. Publications Dr. Morgentaler has published over 120 scientific articles on testosterone, prostate cancer, male sexual dysfunction, and male infertility. His work has appeared in The New England Journal of Medicine, The Lancet, The Journal of the American Medical Association, Cancer, and The American Journal of Medicine. He is the author of the book Why Men Fake It: The Totally Unexpected Truth About Men and Sex, which has been widely hailed as a groundbreaking exploration of male sexuality. Dr. Morgentaler's other books include Testosterone For Life: Recharge Your Vitality, Sex Drive, Muscle Mass, and Overall Health, and The Viagra Myth: The Surprising Impact on Love and Relationships. In this show you will learn: That T does NOT drive prostate cancer. How this myth started and has incorrectly affected medicine for 80 years. The known and unknown symptoms of low T. The issue with just looking at total testosterone and why you must run “free testosterone” and also “SHBG”. What lizards and men have in common? The unappreciated role of hormones in overall health and why so often our doctors don't realize this or take this into consideration when treating us. Links Why Men Fake It: The Totally Unexpected Truth About Men and Sex Testosterone For Life: Recharge Your Vitality, Sex Drive, Muscle Mass, and Overall Health The Viagra Myth: The Surprising Impact on Love and Relationships.

Blind Bargains Audio: Featuring the BB Qast, Technology news, Interviews, and more
Blind Bargains Virtual Exhibit Hall Audio: A Return To Form For Earl Harrison And The HIMS BrailleSense 6

Blind Bargains Audio: Featuring the BB Qast, Technology news, Interviews, and more

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 31:13


It has been a long time since we ve welcomed back Earl Harrison, and HIMS, to our BBQ convention coverage microphones. A lot has happened since ATIA20, and a lot has happened to Earl specifically. JJ chats with Earl Harrison, National Account Manager for HIMS, about his return to the company after a scary bout with the virus in November of 2020. The pair then move along to a deep dive of the newly announced BrailleSense 6 notetaker. Topics discussed cover a wide range of questions that were sent in by our fans on Twitter. Tune in, or read below, to learn a physical description of the product and some of the general menu structure. Earl provides some insight into the new approach with the BS6, how this device differs from the Polaris, and he addresses the Android update elephant in the room directly. To learn more about the new BrailleSense 6, including transplant and trade-in options, visit the BS6 product page. Additionally, check out the HIMS YouTube channel as well for up-to-date information about the various lines of HIMS products. Blind Bargains Virtual Exhibit Hall coverage is Brought to you by AFB AccessWorld. For the latest news and accessibility information on mainstream and access technology, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon offerings, access technology book reviews, and mobile apps, and how they can enhance entertainment, education and employment, log on to AccessWorld, the American Foundation for the Blind's free, monthly, online technology magazine. Visit .

Imperfectly Polished Podcast
Episode 43: Suicide Prevention - Real Talk with Dennis Gillan

Imperfectly Polished Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 45:11


Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Dennis Gillan.  Dennis is the Executive Director at Half A Sorrow Foundation, as well as an advocate for mental health and a speaker. We will be discussing a very tough subject today, suicide.  But this topic needs to be addressed so that we can reach more people and help stop the cycle of pain that leads to suicide, and show people how important it is to take care of your mental health. Dennis is not only an advocate, but he has also lived through the pain of losing family to suicide. By hearing his story and how determined he is to help those around him work through their issues and learn to handle life's hard times without resorting to suicide, further justified to me how important mental health really is.  It was a very eye-opening conversation, and all I can say is that we are blessed to have someone like Dennis to help guide all of us on how to support our mental health, as well as the people around us. Main topics we discuss: Risk factors Warning signs Positive Coping Skills Mental Health Awareness To learn more about Dennis, visit his links below: Dennis Gillan Instagram Dennis Gillan Facebook Half a Sorrow Foundation Links for suicide prevention: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org  National Alliance on Mental Illness www.nami.org Mental Health America https://mhanational.org/  Safety Plans:  https://dennisgillan.com/safety-planning/ To learn more about my coaching, photography, podcast, and to stay connected, visit me at: Alisha Crossley Website Alisha Crossley Photography Website Alisha's Amazon Favorites List Alisha Crossley Photography Instagram Alisha Crossley Official Instagram The Artisan's Advantage Coaching Program  

Midday
Rousuck's Review: Single Carrot Theatre's "Every Brilliant Thing"

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 12:33


It's time for another visit with Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck, who joins Tom this week with her review of Single Carrot Theatre's production of Every Brilliant Thing, a solo show being performed outdoors in multiple neighborhood venues with a rotating cast of three SCT actors. Co-written in 2016 by British playwright Duncan MacMillan with Irish actor Jonny Donahoe, Every Brilliant Thing explores the lengths to which we'll go for those we love. Within the play's life-affirming and joyful storyline, audiences are asked to help tell a moving story of a young child's hopefulness and resilience, despite contending with an emotionally unstable mother. Co-directed by SCT's Paul Diem and ensemble co-founder and artistic director Genevieve De Mahy, the play features rotating performances by SCT ensemble members Matthew Shea, Lauren Erica Jackson and Meghan Stanton. SCT's fifteen performances of Every Brilliant Thing run through September 26th, during Suicide Prevention Month. To spotlight the issue and provide resources for those seeking assistance, SCT has partnered with three mental-health support organizations: the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, On Our Own of Maryland and B'more Clubhouse. People in immediate need of help may also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. For more information on Single Carrot Theatre's Every Brilliant Thing, click here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

DC Comics Squadcast
226: Go Get 'Em Boy Wonder

DC Comics Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 104:29


Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://afsp.org/Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and, most importantly, get new content!http://www.patreon.com/squadcastmedia**If you want to be a part of our mail section, feel free to e-mail us at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com or send us a DM on twitter @dcsquadcast**In this episode, Jordan and Chris talk about:Batman 89 #1Detective Comics #1041 - 1042The Joker #6Wonder Woman #776 - 778Nightwing #83You can reach us at:The DC Comics Squadcast on Twitter at @dcsquadcastChris on Twitter at @revrimJordan on Twitter at @jordanfunky Email at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media Network:DC Comics Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSThe Horror Comics Podcast: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Spotify

Tacos and Tech Podcast
Making Mental Health a Priority with Melani Gordon and Jennifer Exum

Tacos and Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 37:27


Listen on Apple, Google, Spotify, and other platforms. September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Ever since the pandemic hit, suicide rates have increased dramatically. Workplace stress and job strain is a leading cause of suicide for many people. In this week's podcast, host Neal Bloom talks with Melani Gordon, program director at Techstars, and Jennifer Exum, president of JRE Career Consulting, on grappling with mental health issues and how to help the startup community through resources and therapy.  Before we introduce the guests, we want to share the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255. If you're thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, please call 1-800-273-8255. Back to our guests — Melani is an avid supporter of providing resources and support for mental health issues. She has her own history of losing her younger brother to suicide, and wants to change the stigma of talking about mental health and going to therapy. She is very active in helping certain communities where she can, and recently joined board for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in Nevada. Jen has worked in human resources in San Diego for 15 years, and has consistently helped startups in the tech space. She pivoted her HR skills to become a career coach, and helps people talk about work challenges and find an appropriate place for them. She is constantly learning how to take care of others while also making sure she is focusing on self-care for herself.  The pandemic hit Melani's company Evergreen, heavily, and she was forced to reorganize her company and let people go. As she faced her own burnout, she realized she had nothing left to give, and needed support of her own. Jen was already part of Melani's team prior to COVID-19, and was aware of the necessary changes that needed to be made. She coached people who were leaving and helped them in their career transition and with therapy. Thanks to the investment Melani made in making sure her employees had a therapist,, she was able to provide resources for those going through a hard situation. She emphasizes that leaders should take a crucial look at stigma in mental health and work to provide resources in the workplace.  Listen in to Melani and Jen share the struggles employees go through in the office, how to create a healthy and transparent work environment that integrates mental health, and the importance for CEOS and executives to lead by example in taking care of themselves and others. Also, to hear more about Mel's founder story, listen to our past interview of her below: https://freshbrewedtech.com/melani-gordon-co-founder-and-ceo-of-evergreen-fka-taphunter/.    Their favorite local tacos: Lola 55 in San Diego   Connect with Mel and Jen: Melani Gordon Jennifer Exum Learn more about mental health resources: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Prioritizing Your Mental Health at Work How Businesses Can Address Mental Health In The Workplace Thanks to our partners at Cox Business for their support in enabling us to grow the San Diego ecosystem.  

Elite 8 Showdown
Best Thing About Summer Camp

Elite 8 Showdown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 93:07


From breaking the rules to breaking hearts, be it as a camper or a counselor this week Big Chuck and Tim are spiking the Bug Juice and capturing the flag as well as America's Heart as they battle out the Best Thing About Summer Camp. Katie Treanor's Rad Stuff: https://ktreanor.threadless.com/ American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=266766 Twitch: Twitch.tv/professionalcasualnetwork Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfUOaJjpMfgRFWL7Z996lyQ A special thanks to our Patreon backers who helped support us at Patreon.com/professionalcasual : Thank you Leslie S., Matt F., Kasper S., Paul S., Christopher T., Matt L., Zane T., Thomas T, Joe J., Johan E., Jens R., Kelsey R., Oliver H., Mikolaj W., Andrew, Zach C., Justliketheplant, Neil L., Jared S., Mikael N., Taylor M., George F., Tom M., Devin M., Nicholas W., Jonas P., Jonathan L., Simon P., Gareth G., Jacob Y., Lady_Leah, Devin M., David R., Will B., Stephan S., Sean S., Brian Y., William S., Path, William P., Tim D., Simon W., Jake C., Theo A., Heber R., Ben R., Jacob P., Vaughan A., Andrew M., Daniel S., Lars, Taylor H., Blarin R., Gervasio L., Adam D., Christopher C., Craig G., Kevin C., WreckMyPodcast, Charlie S., Witchdream, Anthony R., Sarah B., Dan C., Dani, and Lindsay F. Use Code 'professionalcasual' for 15% off RAZE Energy: https://reppsports.com/?rfsn=5472644.3e7a1c&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=5472644.3e7a1c (https://reppsports.com/?rfsn=5472644.3e7a1c&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=5472644.3e7a1c) Drive-Thru RPG: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?affiliate_id=3002007 (https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?affiliate_id=3002007) Professional Casual Gear: https://teespring.com/stores/professionalcasual (https://teespring.com/stores/professionalcasual) Bearded Dragon Games (Pick up all your gaming needs): BeardedDragonGames.Online (use code 'professionalcasual' for free shipping!) Built Bar (Use link or use code 'professionalcasual' at checkout for 10% discount): https://builtbar.com/#?baapp=PROFESSIONALCASUAL (https://builtbar.com#?baapp=PROFESSIONALCASUAL) Skillshare (get 2 months free, or 30% off the annual sunscription): skillshare.eqcm.net/Q5mR9 Our Giveaways: Professionalcasual.com/giveaways Support this podcast

The Great Battlefield
Supporting the AAPI Community with Sonal Shah of The Asian American Foundation

The Great Battlefield

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 60:07


Sonal Shah joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about her career and being the Founding President of The Asian American Foundation where they've raised over a billion dollars to invest in the AAPI Community, mobilize against hate and advocate for better representation.

Hopeful and Wholesome
Radical Healing and Living Well with Dani Williamson

Hopeful and Wholesome

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 43:41


Dani is the owner of Integrative Family Medicine in Franklin, TN, where she focuses on gut, autoimmune thyroid, hormone and adrenal health with her patients. Her approach embodies a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual process to healing.    She completely reversed 24 years of chronic lifestyle diseases by healing her gut and building her immune system.  She uses this experience to speak at various conferences and workshops where she leads discussions on gut, adrenal, thyroid, hormone and brain health. She is on the board of Middle Tennessee chapter of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention and believes strongly in addressing issues of adverse childhood trauma and its relation to overall long-term health conditions.   Her first book Wild & Well Dani's 6 Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing is being released November 2021!   Today we talk about radical healing, and taking a complete holist approach embodying a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual process of healing, as well as Dani's 6 steps to racial healing you can implement in your own life! Highlights from the episode: How Dani was able to reverse 24 years of chronic illness What is integrate medicine The importance of a healthy gut and the immune system to our overall health How inflammation affects every aspect of our health The 6 steps to radical healing Resources: Website: http://www.daniwilliamson.com  To Pre-order Dani's book Wild & Well: Dani's Six Commonsense Steps to Radical Healing: https://amzn.to/3xgS56g  Join her email list for her weekly newsletter at http://www.daniwilliamson.com  Facebook:  Dani Williamson Wellness Instagram: @daniwilliamsonwellness  

DC Comics Squadcast
225: It's Worth Blowing Stuff Up

DC Comics Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 91:57


Donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - https://afsp.org/Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and, most importantly, get new content!http://www.patreon.com/squadcastmedia**If you want to be a part of our mail section, feel free to e-mail us at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com or send us a DM on twitter @dcsquadcast**In this episode, Jordan and Chris talk about:Nightwing #82Robin #4Action Comics #1033Detective Comics #1040Infinite Frontier #3You can reach us at:The DC Comics Squadcast on Twitter at @dcsquadcastChris on Twitter at @revrimJordan on Twitter at @jordanfunky Email at dccomicssquadcast@gmail.com Subscribe to Squadcast Media Network:DC Comics Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DCTV Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSS DC Films Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / Google Play / Stitcher / RSSMarvel Squadcast: Apple Podcasts / StitcherThe Horror Comics Podcast: Apple Podcasts / Stitcher / Spotify