Place plays a significant but often unacknowledged role in health and happiness. The right place elevates personal well-being. It can help promote purpose, facilitate human connection, catalyze physical activity, support financial health, and inspire community engagement. Conversely, the wrong place can be detrimental to health. For many of us, the pandemic has raised the importance of where you live but evaluating and finding the best place for you can be challenging.In this episode, you'll discover:The key tenets of successful aging, including the role of place as a direct and indirect driver for a long, healthy, and financially secure lifeHow to think broadly about place - it is much more than the four walls of your homeTips on evaluating the fit of your current place Next steps to improve your current place or how to find and move to another placeHow to talk to family about possible changes in placeAbout Ryan Frederick: Ryan Frederick focuses on the intersection of place and healthy aging. He recently released his first book, Right Place, Right Time: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Home for the Second Half of Life, an Amazon bestseller.He advises real estate and health organizations on creating better places to help people thrive. He provides regular content for consumers to make wise choices about places to live a long, healthy, and financially secure life.Ryan is a Princeton University and Stanford Business School graduate and lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and three teenagers.Get in touch with Ryan Frederick:Visit Ryan's website: https://www.here.life/ Buy Ryan's book: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/ryanfrederick Take Ryan's Assessment: https://www.here.life/assessment What to do next: Click to grab our free guide, 10 Key Issues to Consider as You Explore Your Retirement Transition Please leave a review at Apple Podcasts. Join our Revolutionize Your Retirement group on Facebook.
06/05/2023 | State of the Art 3DCT Angiography Assessment of Upper Extremity Trauma: Pearls, Pitfalls, and Study Design Optimization
In our recent podcast episode, we had the pleasure of hosting Jonathan Lind again. Jonathan is an experienced high school math teacher currently teaching at an American school in Qatar. Jonathan shared invaluable insights and practical strategies on how he transformed his assessment practices in his math class, leading to remarkable outcomes for his students.During our conversation, Jonathan delved into the following key ideas:Shifting from labeling students to using assessment for growth;Time-saving curriculum coverage with standards-based grading;Promoting student success through growth and proficiency days;Assessing Polya problem-solving techniques effectively;Designing a grading system to inspire student achievement;This is a Math Moment Maker Reflection episode where we talk with a member of our fantastic community who is working hard to continue reflecting and refining their practice to Make Math Moments with more students in their math classroom.You'll Learn: How shifting from using assessments to label students to using assessment for growth can be a game changer in math class;How using standards based grading can save you time when trying to cover your curriculum; Why growth and proficiency days and smaller, but more frequent assessments can help more students achieve at higher levels in your math class;How the Polya problem solving model should be used and assessed in a math class;How to design your grading system to inspire students to achieve the fullest potential;Resources: Assessment For Growth [Course]Make Math Moments Problem-Based LessonsLearn more about Jon Lind at https://LindJonath.com Find him on Twitter @LindJonathAre you a district mathematics leader interested in crafting a mathematics professional learning plan that will transform your district mathematics program forever? Book a time to chat with our team!Learn our proven 3-part framework for building easy to plan and fun to deliver lessons that kids will not only love, but also learn from regardless of their level of readiness.Register for our winter cohort now! https://makemathmoments.com/onlineworkshop If you're looking to explore other ways to build and strengthen your own wealth then each week you'll hear tips, strategies, and options to increase your personal wealth. Listen and subscribe here. Get a Customized Math Improvement Plan For Your District.Are you district leader for mathematics? Take the 12 minute assessment and you'll get a free, customized improvement plan to shape and grow the 6 parts of any strong mathematics program.Take the assessment
The June 2023 replay of past episodes showcases a selection of interviews regarding the biomarker discovery in Parkinson disease. This episode begins with an overview of the latest in Parkinson's research, including biomarker development with Dr. Bas Bloom. The episode continues with an interview with Dr. Lucilla Parnetti about the clinical application of α-synuclein seed amplification, leading into an interview with Prof. Andrew Siderowf about seed amplification in PD in the PPMI cohort. The June Neurology Recall concludes with an interview with Dr. Christopher Gibbons on skin α-synuclein in MSA and PD. Related Links: Research in Movement Disorders in 2022: A New Era of Biomarker and Treatment Development: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(22)00494-X/fulltex Podcast Link: https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/26775207 α-Synuclein Seed Amplification Assays for Diagnosing Synucleinopathies: The Way Forward: https://n.neurology.org/content/99/5/195 Podcast Link: https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/23923047 Assessment of Heterogeneity Among Participants in the Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative Cohort Using α-Synuclein Seed Amplification: A Cross-Sectional Study: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(23)00109-6/fulltext Podcast Link: https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/26961315 Cutaneous α-Synuclein Signatures in Patients With Multiple System Atrophy and Parkinson Disease: https://n.neurology.org/content/100/15/e1529 Podcast Link: https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/26499948 For links to articles and previous podcast episodes, please visit NPUb.org/Podcast.
What if Carl Lentz came to your church? The Hillsong Documentary is out! Some are appalled, some are not concerned, and others may not know anything about it. Regardless, pride, power, and abuse are major disruptions, so what can we learn from them?Join @braondempsey @tonyguerreroquintet @swiftandre @rkweblog The Hillsong Assessment | Podcast Season 8 DownloadVIDEO LINK: https://youtu.be/Lzz1UkQVvn4 Support the show➡️ Join the conversation or DM over Twitter or Instagram: @branondempsey ➡️ Text Me! 832-974-0277 ➡️ Linktree https://linktr.ee/worshipteamtraining
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Coach Jenny is joined by STRONG Fitness Magazine's May/June cover athlete and first ever Cover Model Search winner Noel Davis, who opens up to share her story of triumph over trials and how her focus, passion and ambition pushed her to success through the toughest of times. Noel shows us that overcoming obstacles is ALWAYS possible and how her ingenuity and commitment helped her take her fitness business to the next level! Get Your Perfect Sports 20% Discount here by using coupon code JVBSave $100 off Your MAXPRO Fitness hereApply for the STRONG Formula Certification Program WORK WITH A TEAM STRONG GIRLS COACHSTRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRL If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Resources:STRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVB Follow Jenny on social media:InstagramFacebookYouTube
Preoperative malnutrition has been implicated in adverse events after elective surgery, potentially impacting patient outcomes. As a potentially modifiable risk factor, this guideline attempts to determine which assessments of nutritional status were associated with specific adverse events after spine surgery. In addition, this guideline explores if a preoperative nutritional improvement intervention may be beneficial in lowering the rates of these adverse events. J. Bradley Elder, MD Erica F. Bisson, MD, MPH Gabrielle Santangelo, MD
https://302.buzz/PM-WhatAreYourThoughtsMental health is a crucial aspect of our lives, yet it's often neglected and stigmatized. Dr. Lia Gaggino and her guest, Dr. Carol Chen, will discuss the delicate subject of self-harm and how it pertains to mental health in this episode of Pediatric Meltdown. They examine the numerous causes of young people's self-injury as well as the risk factors and comorbidities that go along with it. You'll learn about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), a successful therapy, and how parents can help their kids who engage in self-harming behaviors. For parents, educators, and mental health professionals who want to address self-harm in a helpful and constructive way with advice on coping methods, particularly for adolescents struggling with self-injurious behaviors, this episode will provide significant insights and tools. as technology develops. However, it's crucial to be knowledgeable about mental health concerns and recognize the symptoms of distress in our loved ones and in ourselves. It is essential to establish a forum for open discussion and greater knowledge of the resources accessible. By addressing the underlying causes of self-harm, we can assist teenagers in developing healthier coping strategies and enhance their general wellbeing. So let's all work together to end the stigma associated with mental health problems, get those who need it some care, and encourage one another as we go through this healing process.[00:33 -11:15] Blurring the Lines: The Challenge of Identifying Self-Injury IntentionsSelf-injurious behavior is an umbrella term for actions that result in physical injury to oneself, including suicidal and non-suicidal behaviorsNon-suicidal self-injury specifically refers to behaviors where harm is intentionally caused to one's body for reasons not socially recognized or sanctioned, without the intention of ending one's life Examples of non-suicidal self-injury include cutting, scratching, burning, hair pulling, and punching objectsIt's important to differentiate between suicidal and non-suicidal behaviors for proper risk assessment and intervention, but the distinction can be blurry at times.[11:16 -20:08] Understanding the Psychological Underpinnings of Self-Harm Self-injurious behaviors have diverse reasons and psychological functionsSome teens may self-harm to rebel or seek attention, while others do it out of desperation or depressionSelf-harm is often used as an unhealthy coping mechanism to deal with difficult emotions and to feel in control Some use it to distract themselves or to feel something, as they may feel numb in their daily lives[20:09 -28:50] Childhood Trauma and Self-Harm: Understanding the Link and its Implications for TreatmentSelf-injury is associated with mental health disorders like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance use disorder, PTSD, and personality disordersChildhood trauma, especially sexual abuse, is linked to an increase in cutting behavior Borderline personality disorder includes self-harm as one of its nine criteriaTeenagers may exhibit borderline personality traits, including cutting, but are not diagnosed with personality disorders due to their developing personalities[28:51-40:50] How Medications Can Help Heal Trauma and Unleash Inner Happiness SSRIs can be used to treat anxiety and depressionAlpha agonists like Guanfacine or Clonidine can be helpful for impulsivity and trauma responseNaltrexone can be used for repeated self-injurious...
038 - ACHPN PREP - PART 3: Assessment and Data Collection-Part 2 - Join Dr. Steven Baumrucker, Medical Director of Ballad Health Palliative Medicine Associates and Associate Editor in Chief of the American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, as he speaks with Amanda Stevens, Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Educator for Ballad Health Systems Palliative Medicine Consult Service and Carissa Depew, DNP, Palliative and Hospice Nurse Practitioner at Ballad Health Hospice in part three of our new ongoing series designed to help APRNs pass the ACHPN exam. Materials mentioned in this episode can be found here: https://epionepalliative.com
In this episode, we look at how to check for understanding when sharing videos with students. You'll hear practical tips and strategies for keeping your students engaged and ensuring they grasp the information presented in this dynamic and interactive format. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2023/05/30/sharing-videos-with-students-217/ Sponsored by free ebook with ChatGPT prompts: http://classtechtips.com/chatgptbook/ Follow Monica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/classtechtips/ Take your pick of free EdTech resources: https://classtechtips.com/free-stuff-favorites/
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Live Therapy with Veena: Part 2 of 3 Last week you heard the first half of the session with Veena, a young woman who was devastated by a medical problem that may make it difficult or impossible to conceive the child she is dreaming of. Today, you will hear the inspiring and dramatic conclusion of her story, along with the feedback comments from the individuals in David and Jill's Tuesday training group who witnessed the live work. A = Assessment of Resistance Jill asked if she felt ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work on some aspect of what she'd been telling us, and she was. Jill then asked what she was hoping to get from tonight's session. If we could offer a “Miracle Cure,” what would that look like? She said, “I'd feel a lot less guilty and responsible, so I would no longer feel like the problem was my fault. I'd know that I did my best and that I can be okay even if people don't like me or judge me. Jill asked the Magic Button question, and she said that she love to see her guilt go all the way to zero, but not her many other negative feelings, like depression, anxiety, inadequacy, self-consciousness, hopelessness, upset, insecurity and self-doubt. With Positive Reframing in mind, we listed many of the positives in these negative feelings, including: Sadness. This feeling shows that I care for people and want to give them the best. It shows that I also care for my own dreams of having a baby. And it shows how much I love my mother. Anxiety, worry. This is a warning signal, reminding me to be alert and do my best, and do what the doctors require. Guilt. Shows that I'm humble and willing to be accountable and examine what I've done and look at my own mistakes. Self-Consciousness. Protects me by making me cautious so I don't just blurt out everything. Defectiveness. I see my flaws, and allows me to get closer to others, and to feel happy for the success of others. Hopelessness. When I told my husband I felt hopeless, he became SO supportive. Also, I gave myself some space so I could create an action plan. You can see the goals Veena set for each emotion on her Daily Mood Log if you click HERE. Veena with her in-laws M = Methods During the methods phase of the session, we used a variety of techniques, especially Externalization of Voices with the Acceptance Paradox, Self-Defense, and the CAT (Counterattack Technique.) We did quite a few role-reversals, which is typical, before Veena got to wins that were “huge.” There were lots of tears and laughter, and eventually Veena blew all of her negative thoughts out of the water. It was inspiring to observe this process, and to be a part of it. You can see her final Daily Mood Log if you click HERE. I think it is fair to say the Veena experienced a kind of enlightenment which was profound. Final T = Testing You can see Veena's end-of-session Brief Mood Survey and Evaluation of Therapy Session if you click HERE. You can also see her final Daily Mood LOG if you click here. Our work with Veena was some of the most inspiring work that I can recall. It was tremendously mood-uplifting, and took on a spiritual quality. You will have to listen to the session to get a feel for how majestic it was. But in my opinion, Veena did not just recover, but she achieved enlightenment, which including discovering how to love herself and her extended family as well! The following is an email I sent Veena the next morning: Hi Veena, Thanks. You were totally awesome last night, thanks so much for your contribution. I am sure the podcast will reach huge numbers of people and make a big impact on peoples' lives. I cannot remember a more exciting and loving session. We will see what the groups thinks in the feedback. I did not copy or read the chats during the session, but perhaps you or Jill did. . . We will invite you to join us on a podcast recording to get some follow-up information from you, as folks will be very interested, for the two-part podcast. Yes, I think we really were walking on holy ground last night! Thanks so much for making that happen! I am trying to recall (and will do more of this) the teaching points from last night, and a few seem important to me. They seem awfully basic and simple, but still of towering importance and have to be “seen” to be understood at a deep level. 1. In TEAM, even when a problem is “real,” it is still our thoughts that create our emotions. Our thoughts really DO create all of our feelings. 2. Those thoughts can be subtly distorted in all kinds of ways and seem determined to trick us into believing things that are not true. And even super smart people, like Veena, can be fooled. 3. We are not aiming for improvement, although that is obviously desirable, but a dramatic transformation of the human spirit and outlook. 4. Warmth, tenderness, and compassion—for others and for yourself--are important and powerful. 5. There is a strong mind-body connection, and healing your soul can often help to heal your body. 6. Good therapy can sometimes be much more than just “therapy.” Something almost magical can sometimes happen, and the change can sometimes happen rapidly. However, many people do not like hearing this, and some are even angered by this idea! This is especially true of people who have suffered and struggled for many years without success in changing the way they think and feel. 7. Recovery sometimes requires courage and trust. Just more babbling from the old guy! Apologies if it sounds ridiculous or “off.” If other teaching points come to mind, please let us know so I can add them to the list! I am betting that Jill and Veena can maybe add to this list! (and edit it as well) Warmly, david Below, you will find some excepts from the feedback that the participants provided after the session. Please describe what you specifically disliked about the training? What could have been improved? Were there some things you disagreed with or did not understand? Nothing. It was beautiful. I wouldn't want to change anything about tonight's experience. It was so moving! Please describe what you specifically liked about the training? What was the most helpful? Were there some things you learned? I loved Veena's personal work and besides my admiration and pride of her and the gratefulness to David and Jill for sharing this wonderful work . . . I enjoy the empathy and validation as well as the trust in the process that was so beautifully demonstrated. Beautiful job by all concerned. Very impressed with Veena and how clearly she "got it" when she used the CAT (Counterattack Technique). I was very moved by Veena's story and her courage in sharing it with us. I felt as if we were witnessing a kind of history because, in the past, wives who couldn't bear children were often devalued and even rejected. Veena pushed back against that kind of thinking and instead chose to love herself. By working toward dispelling the distorted thoughts, she affirmed not only herself, but women with similar experiences now and throughout history. When she affirmed that her mother, mother-in-law, and husband would be empathetic and wouldn't actually reject her, I felt elated, thinking that the world is making progress and becoming a more compassionate place. I was also touched by the following ideas: feeling genuine sadness without distortions; locating the source of pain in distorted self-critical thoughts; painful experiences bringing loved ones closer together. The safe space that was created, the sensitivity with which the topic was handled and the respect accorded to the client. It's incredible how the trainers (Dr. Burns & Jill), set aside their ailments, and were with Veena through her journey of anticipatory loss, and her fears and apprehensions, along with her inner battle of dealing with deeply entrenched social conditionings, that are hard to face and ward off. I loved the session. Enjoyed watching the whole team model unfold. I'm so grateful to Veena for sharing this previous part of her life with all of us. It was a huge honor. I am constantly surprised by Dr Burns' and Jill's mastery of TEAM and their deep empathy skills. This was moving and exhilarating…all at once. Observing two great therapists in action. I liked how Jill and David would make notes to the class about what step they were going on to next. Veena was so amazing and brave to share her experience. As a 23 year old woman with fears of fertility issues myself due to genetics, I found the experience extremely profound and impactful on a personal level. It was awesome to go from the NEWBIE group to this session whereby a lot of the skills we were learning individually were incorporated sequentially into the session. Thank you to everyone!! I liked seeing david and jill go through the entire team model. I liked the pointing out of the Emotional Reasoning distortion and even using the straight forward technique. Excellent! I really liked seeing an entire session completed in one sitting. A very beautiful night. I really felt for Veena and what she is going through, and it was great to see her recovery. David and Jill were empathic and so knowledgeable. The humor in dark moments. the tears from time to time It was exciting to see how as Veena shed the self-blame, simultaneously she was able to see the people in her life as the caring, kind people she knows them to be--and no longer to feel afraid that they would reject her. Accepting herself allowed her to see others as accepting, and not critical. What training could be better than watching David and Jill tag TEAM thru the model! Thanks to Veena's willingness to be vulnerable and her bravery doing this personal work and inviting us all into her world and her pain. It felt like we were all a web of love and support surrounding her and a privilege to get to know her. It was extraordinarily rich and illuminating. I loved everything: the incredible empathy Jill and David demonstrated and how things were turned around for Veena. I was amazed that this was accomplished in such a short period of time; I always am when it comes to live work! I also loved knowing Veena more and seeing how wonderful of a person she is; I have so much admiration for her!!! Incredible empathy and 5 secrets from both Jill & David! So much warmth and love from the group. Seamless incorporation of the steps & methods. Please describe what you learned in today's group15 responses DML at it's best!!!! TEAM-CBT, done by skillful therapists, with open and vulnerable client, can be such a gift! I learned again how to go through the entire team-CBT process of crushing negative thoughts and helping clients to feel better. There were so many moments of subtle shifts by Jill. Each one of them were penny drop moments for me. . . Thank you both. That people have a lot of beautiful qualities. I felt I learnt anew the power of empathy and the importance of asking our clients specifically what caused the change. Thank you so much Veena. I got some therapy by proxy tonight. I felt myself take a kind of journey with you from fearful for you, and judgmental (of your aunties!) to warm and open and loving - by witnessing your transformation. A better understanding and appreciation of the entire team model and using that for a real life situation. More of the artfulness and symphony of the steps being followed with empathy being woven again and again throughout and bringing out the birth of what is really true about the self, mother, mother-in-law, and husband rather than the assumptions and self-deprecation. On how to get from T to M with E and A in the middle! I loved David's insight that this is what it means to be in a loving relationship--to hurt at times. So wonderful to get to watch Jill move through TEAM in her warm, empathic, brilliantly thoughtful way, with David interweaving his work of genius!!! So grateful to be part of this incredible community! Thanks so much! The importance of Thought Empathy and flexibility with using different techniques, as I tend to be quite rigid. For example, I love how David went right into EOV which I believe would work wonderfully with someone who knows TEAM well. It definitely did work for Veena. So very helpful to see TEAM in action in its entirety by the masters of TEAM CBT! Thank you for listening today! Veena, Rhonda, Jill, and David
This is a special episode, in more ways than just being twice as long as the rest. Dr Whitfield "Chip" East literally wrote the book on the history of Army physical fitness, and the incredible depth of knowledge he has on historical physical culture is absolutely astonishing. His insight reveals that many of the problems we're reckoning with today are echoes of extremely similar problems from decades ago. Dr. East played an integral role in the development and implementation of the ACFT, and you'll see over the course of this episode how it fits into the broader context of Army fitness history. As we chronologically work our way through a couple hundred years of history we pause at key junctures to discuss the implication of these events for our current fitness culture. I (Alex) have been lucky enough to be both taught by and work alongside Dr. East, and every visit to his office led to a fascinating conversation. This episode is no exception, and you'll definitely learn something interesting. From the origins of Turnverein gymnastics training to the role of political and social trends in military fitness to tracing the history of fitness testing, we cover centuries of relevant history in this conversation. Most of the episode centers around summarizing key pieces of Dr. East's book A Historical Review and Analysis of Army Physical Readiness Training and Assessment (available as a free pdf here) Dr. East also makes several references to West Point's Indoor Obstacle Course Test (IOCT). For those who are unfamiliar, these videos provide some context: IOCT Men's Record: Matthew Bassette IOCT Women's Record: Elizabeth Bradley
Dr. Andy Wicks is a physical therapist, educator, podcaster, and connoisseur of fine nugae paternae. He is currently on faculty at Grand Valley State University and the host of the APTA Michigan's Waves podcast.My goal is three-fold: to banish polos and khakis from the PT clinic; to have something, anything, named after me before I retire; and to get people to stop using the tired adage of "PT means Pain and Torture." Episode TakeawaysWhat is Trauma?Who has trauma?What is trauma-informed care?How to change your mindset to provide appropriate care to your patients and to become a better human“If nothing else, just be kind to them.”Connect with AndyTwitterInstagramWebsiteResourceshttps://www.apta.org/article/2021/05/11/mind-body-traumaHarris, M., & Fallot, R. (Eds). (2001). Using Trauma Theory to Design Service Systems: New Directions for Mental Health Services. Jennings, A. (2004). Models for Developing Trauma-Informed Behavioral Health Systems and Trauma-Specific Services. van der Kolk, B. A. (2014). The body keeps the score: Brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma.V. Felitti, et al. “Relationship of Childhood Abuse and Household Dysfunction to Many of the Leading Causes of Death in Adult: The Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Study.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 14, no. 4 (1998); 245-58.Committee on the Assessment of Ongoing Effects in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; Institute of Medicine. Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Military and Veteran Populations: Initial Assessment. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2012 Jul 13. 2, History, Diagnostic Criteria, and Epidemiology. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK201095/“SAMHSA's Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach.” SAMHSA's Trauma and Justice Strategic Initiative, US Dept. of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Policy, Planning, and Innovation. July 2014.https://drjacobham.com/videos/2017/5/24/understanding-trauma-learning-brain-vs-survival-brain
Interview with Carol Y. Cheung, PhD, author of Assessment of Parafoveal Diabetic Macular Ischemia on Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography Images to Predict Diabetic Retinal Disease Progression and Visual Acuity Deterioration. Hosted by Neil Bressler, MD. Related Content: Assessment of Parafoveal Diabetic Macular Ischemia on Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography Images to Predict Diabetic Retinal Disease Progression and Visual Acuity Deterioration
Brian is joined by Janice Fitzgerald, PCC Coach, Certified Mentor Coach, and CAM Mentor Coach to talk about getting through the PCC application process. They discuss these questions to help you make your best coaching recording. How long should my recording be? Who should be my client? Do my recordings need to be perfect? What makes a good recording? Don't forget to get your free coach evaluation form at: https://coachapproachministries.org/coachevaluation
Earn 1 hour CE. Register to take the post-testDr. Liz Angoff joins host Dr. Tamara Soles in this enlightening episode as they discuss the transformative potential of collaborative co-construction in psychological assessments. Explore how actively involving children in shaping assessment questions and engaging in feedback dialogues enhances their understanding of their own brains and empowers them to advocate for themselves. Gain practical tips, real-life examples, and insights on delivering empowering feedback that fosters a growth mindset and self-efficacy. Whether you've been a psychologist for 2 years or 20, this powerful episode will reveal the immense power of collaboration, self-discovery, and the lifelong benefits of involving children in their own assessment journey.Highlights How to empower kids even before the intake sessionCo-constructing a narrative of "highways" and "construction zones"Framing the assessment question from the child's point of viewHow to conduct feedback with a childOvercoming objections from parentsResourcesDr. Liz's free resources and book https://brainbuildingbook.com/What is Neurodiversity video for kidsConnectDr. Liz AngoffInstagram @explainingbrainsDr. Tamara SolesInstagram @drtamarasolesTwitter @drtamarasolesFacebook http://firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the ShowHelp us spread the word so others can enjoy it as well1. Leave a review on itunes/apple podcast 2. Share an episode on Social media. Be sure to tag me on it so I can see @drtamarasoles on facebook twitter and instagramDr. Tamara Soles is approved by the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Dr. Tamara Soles maintains responsibility for the program. Verify with your State or Provincial governing body to ensure APA and CPA-approved activities are eligibleFREE 1 HOUR CE Credit https://drtamarasoles.com/episode-38/
The Food Addiction Reset Dr. Ifland has been creating breakthroughs in recovery from food addiction from 1999 with her first popular book to 2018 when her textbook, Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery was released by CRC Press. She founded the online Addiction Reset Community (ARC) in 2016, www.foodaddictionreset.com. The Facebook group, ‘Food Addiction Education' (2014) and www.foodaddictionresources.com (2014) provide free support. Reset Week is the first online live video program for withdrawal (2018). ARC Manager Training is a program training future Addiction Reset Community leaders (2020). Dr. Ifland is the lead author of the first scholarly description of processed food addiction and definition of addictive foods. Dr. Ifland earned her PhD in addictive nutrition at Union Institute and University (2010); her MBA at Stanford Business School (1978) and her BA in Economics and Political Science at Oberlin College (1974). She currently resides in Seattle. Contact: www.foodaddictionreset.com https://www.foodaddictionreset.com/ROC-homepage email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Drs Stanley Cohen and Philip Mease review the 2022 ACR meeting topics, including new treatments, trial data, and what they think are the most pressing unmet needs in the field. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984271). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of the advertisers. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare professionals. Resources Etanercept in the Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis and Psoriasis: A Randomised Trial https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10972371/ Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis https://www.grappanetwork.org/ American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Convergence https://www.rheumatology.org/Annual-Meeting Bimekizumab Treatment in Biologic DMARD-Naïve Patients With Active Psoriatic Arthritis: 52-Week Efficacy and Safety Results From a Phase 3, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Active Reference Study https://acrabstracts.org/abstract/bimekizumab-treatment-in-biologic-dmard-naive-patients-with-active-psoriatic-arthritis-52-week-efficacy-and-safety-results-from-a-phase-3-randomized-placebo-controlled-active-reference-study/ Bimekizumab Treatment in Patients With Active Psoriatic Arthritis and Inadequate Response to Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitors: 16-Week Efficacy and Safety From a Phase 3, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study https://acrabstracts.org/abstract/bimekizumab-treatment-in-patients-with-active-psoriatic-arthritis-and-inadequate-response-to-tumor-necrosis-factor-inhibitors-16-week-efficacy-and-safety-from-a-phase-3-randomized-double-blind-pla/ Bimekizumab Improvements in Efficacy on Disease Activity Assessed via Composite Endpoints in Biologic DMARD-Naïve and TNFi-IR Patients With Active PsA: Pooled 16-Week Results From Phase 3 Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Studies https://acrabstracts.org/abstract/bimekizumab-improvements-in-efficacy-on-disease-activity-assessed-via-composite-endpoints-in-biologic-dmard-naive-and-tnfi-ir-patients-with-active-psa-pooled-16-week-results-from-phase-3-randomized/ Bimekizumab Versus Adalimumab in Plaque Psoriasis https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33891379/ A Head-to-Head Comparison of the Efficacy and Safety of Ixekizumab and Adalimumab in Biological-Naïve Patients With Active Psoriatic Arthritis: 24-Week Results of a Randomised, Open-Label, Blinded-Assessor Trial https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31563894/ GRAPPA Treatment Recommendations: 2021 Update https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35293339/ Deucravacitinib Prescribing Information https://packageinserts.bms.com/pi/pi_sotyktu.pdf Safety and Efficacy of Deucravacitinib, an Oral, Selective Tyrosine Kinase 2 Inhibitor, in Patients With Psoriatic Arthritis: 52-Week Results From a Randomized Phase 2 Trial https://acrabstracts.org/abstract/safety-and-efficacy-of-deucravacitinib-an-oral-selective-tyrosine-kinase-2-inhibitor-in-patients-with-psoriatic-arthritis-52-week-results-from-a-randomized-phase-2-trial/ Deucravacitinib Reduces Interferons, B Cell Pathways, and Serological Biomarkers of Systemic Lupus Disease Activity: Pharmacodynamic Analysis From the Phase 2 PAISLEY Study https://acrabstracts.org/abstract/deucravacitinib-reduces-interferons-b-cell-pathways-and-serological-biomarkers-of-systemic-lupus-disease-activity-pharmacodynamic-analysis-from-the-phase-2-paisley-study/ Nanobody: A Promising Toolkit for Molecular Imaging and Disease Therapy https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33464410/
On this episode of the podcast Doug speaks with Mo Collins the CEO of Entrepreneurial communities. They discuss the recent Nevada entrepreneurial ecosystem report going deep into the challenges, opportunities and recommendations outlined for Reno, Las Vegas and Rural Nevada.
Are you a business professional or business owner who's weighed up the idea of writing your own book? You've been raised in a world where you've been psychologically conditioned to trust a book, but now everything is digital, and to add to the confusion, there's AI!Paul McManus is the co-founder of More Clients, More Fun and the author of 'The Short Book Formula'. He's in conversation with TDM's Mark de Grasse, and together they're exploring the reasons why you should publish your own book. This starts with seeing your book as a marketing tool and an authority builder. They promise that what you should do with that book to generate sales will be discussed in a 'part two' episode soon. For now, the emphasis is on the hard copy book as part of the marketing, lead generation, and sales process. A book can create a brand, facilitate trust, and it elevates your status. If you feel that actual writing is too much of a barrier to entry to your masterpiece or that you're just too embarrassed to convey your story, then Paul's publishing process involves system creation, ideation, and reforming concepts into something that's deliverable and scalable, will be right up your alley.Paul McManus is the co-founder of More Clients, More Fun and the author of 'The Short Book Formula', the ideal solution for financial professionals who want to write and publish their books quickly and efficiently. Their unique approach allows you to get your message out to the world in record time (six short weeks) without sacrificing quality. Their approach will also help you make sure that your book is compelling and engaging so that your readers will become clients and champions of your business.Key Takeaways:00:59 Why should anybody (professionals or a business) have a book?08:00 How is AI (ChatGPT4) changing the publishing landscape for Paul?14:44 Print versus digital: do you have to actually print?19:10 Using AI to write your book: what are the challenges? 23:50 Becoming a published author in only six weeks25:10 Appreciating Paul's process of working with his clients28:20 Why it's worth working with a publishing professional Connect with Paul G. McManus:Website - The Short Book Formula - https://www.theshortbookformula.com/Link Tree - @paulgmcmanus | Linktree - https://linktr.ee/paulgmcmanusBe sure to subscribe to the podcast at: https://www.digitalmarketer.com/podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/digitalmarketerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalmarketer/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/digital-marketer/This Month's Sponsors:Conversion Fanatics - Conversion Rate Optimization AgencyGet 50% Off Monthly Blog Writing Service - BKA Content More Resources from Scalable[Free Guide & Assessment] 7 Levels of Scale
When I do workshops on student-centered assessment practices or teach the Assessment Design course as a professor, I've noticed that people feel strong emotions about assessment. As educators, all of our assessment practices come from a set of values and beliefs that we hold. Do... The post 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Might Transform Assessment Practices appeared first on John Spencer.
The foundation of any good data strategy is the assessments you give your students. In today's episode, we are joined by Cassandra Harris (@simplyorganizedwithcassandra), the go-to expert on gathering, organizing, and understanding student data. Let's get started! Links Follow Cassandra on Instagram Get your free guide "10 Tips for Organizing Student Data" Join the Data Made Simple waitlist Alabama Math, Science, and Technology Initiative Website Explore Quizizz Explore Blooket --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/solving-for-the-undefined/support
For the next 4 weeks, you will find out about YouMap® and what you will learn when you take it.This week, I am explaining the first pillar, Strengths. People who know their strengths and use them frequently tend to have higher self-esteem, better moods, and less stress. Learning to use strengths is something anyone can achieve.If you are a parent and want your child to find out their specific profile and how to use the information, get on my YouMap waitlist.If you are a young person and you want to see what your profile reveals to use for job searches, college decisions, or even how to become a better student, get on my YouMap Waitlist. I want to help as many people as I can to see what is RIGHT with them. You will finally realize there isn't anything wrong with you. Find my podcastEmail me: email@example.comText me: 785-380-2064More information Get a YouMap® Assessment Profile
In this week's episode, Chief Victory Officer, Eric Guy and Master Chair of Vistage Worldwide, Dick Singer, discuss leadership trends for 2023. They also share how leaders can contribute to their employees wellbeing and happiness.Takeaways:- It is critical that leaders have empathy and emotional intelligence to understand their employees.- Employees want to feel valued by their leaders.- Educate your employees by investing in them.- Employers need to be open and transparent so their employees feel they can be heard.- Don't rely on your gut feeling when hiring new employees.- When you empower your employees to do their job, you'll experience increased engagement and growth, because you're giving them an opportunity to be their own boss.- Create a psychologically safe culture for your employees.- Make sure that your employees know your company's vision so they can feel apart of it and live it.Quotes:- When you invest in your employees, you get a lot more stickiness.- Have a ‘to do' list and ‘to don't' list.- Focus on employee well-being and happiness.
Programmatic assessment (PA) is one of the big 5 features of the competency-based era. (The other 4 components of CBME are: outcome competencies, sequenced acquisition of expertise, tailored teaching/coaching, and learning activities.) So, what is this “programmatic assessment” stuff? The promise of PA is that it is a supposed to be better way of organizing assessment. Authors: Bok et al,. Publication details: Validity evidence for programmatic assessment in competency-based education Perspect Med Educ 2018 Dec;7(6):362-372 Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here!
In this week's episode, I'm bringing you a comprehensive guide on how you can better evaluate the performance of your business. I'll take you through a deep dive into Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) – what they are and how they can help you improve your business outcomes. I'll share insights on everything from financial performance, lead generation, maintaining your physical property, to team dynamics. I'll also share my personal experiences from the Rex Roundtables, an impactful group of health club professionals who are dedicated to best practices. Whether you're wrestling with HR, looking to boost sales, dealing with legal issues, or just need some advice on more efficient follow-ups, I've got you covered.
Live Therapy with Veena “It's all my fault!” The star of today's 2-part podcast is Veena Mulchandani, a 28-year old certified Indian TEAM therapist who has just learned that her difficulties becoming pregnant result from an infection in one of her fallopian tubes. Veen feels devastated and fears that she might never be able to have a child. She also fears that her husband and extended family will judge and reject her, since there is so much pressure in Indian culture for women to have babies. And although she has many medical options, including IVF, she is intensely fearful that they might not be successful. My beloved colleague, Dr. Jill Levitt, will be my co-therapist for today's session. Jill is the Director of Clinical Training at the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, California (www.feelinggoodinstittute.com). Today you will hear part 1 (T = Testing and E = Empathy), and next week you will hear the exciting conclusion (A = Assessment of Resistance and M = Methods), along with some follow-up. Part 3 will be the Relapse Prevention Training we did one week after treating Veena. Jill and I treated Veena in our Tuesday evening training group at Stanford. We feel that personal work is an essential part of the training of any therapist. Veena with her two very beloved nephews who she considers being a mother to T = Testing and E = Empathy At the start of the session, we reviewed Veena's Brief Mood Survey just prior to the start of the session. You can review it if you click on it here. Veena was tearful and said that to make matters worse, her mother has been recently diagnosed with brain cancer, and although she is doing “okay,” she is not doing “great.” Veena explained that she has always dreamed of being a mother, and feels like she is lettinhttps://feelinggood.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/01-BMS-wt-ETS_veena-1.pdfg down the many people who love her and want to see her have a baby. She and her husband first talked about having children when Veena was 24, but they decided to defer that for a few years because of the intense demands of her graduate schooling. Now Veena is blaming herself, thinking she “should” have gotten pregnant when she was 24. I mentioned to Veena that my parents tried but were unable to create a pregnancy, so they finally adopted 3 children. Then I came along unexpectedly, after they had given up. I also said that I've treated many women who felt like they couldn't become pregnant, who then became pregnant. You can listen to the dramatic podcasts featuring my session with Daisy and her husband, Zane (#79 and #80) as well as podcasts 268 and 269 featuring a session with Carly (Click here for list of podcasts with links). Both women became pregnant shortly after those sessions, and I hope we can do the same for Veena! However, the key is overcoming the tremendous despair, shame, anxiety, and disappointment that the woman feels, so that the body can heal and prepare for the pregnancy. You can see Veenas partially completed Daily Mood Log if you click here. As you can see, her negative feelings are extreme, and she is telling herself that I may never be a mother. I will ruin Sumit's (her husband's) life with her. My marriage may go “down the line” because of the absence of a kid. It's all my fault for postponing the pregnancy when I was 24. My in-laws, who love me so much, may start ignoring me because I cannot give them an heir. I will always be looked down on and sidelined by my own people. My mother is ill, and I will not be a good daughter if I cannot give her a grandchild. There is no meaning to life without children. My own body cannot suffice for my baby. Her belief in these thoughts ranged from 60 to 80 or more, and she rated most at 100%. Veena with parents I asked Veena how she was feeling after opening up in front of so many colleagues in the Tuesday group. She said she felt sensitive and exposed, and was afraid they don't understand and will also judge her for not starting earlier with attempts to become pregnant. Although we were still in the Empathy phase of the session, I suggested she might want to do an experiment to find out how they were feeling. Although this idea made her anxious, she asked quite a number of the Tuesday group members how they felt, and received an outpour of warmth, love, tenderness, and support. We asked Veena how we were doing in terms of Empathy. Did we understand how she was thinking? How she was feeling inside? And did she feel accepted. She gave us an A+, and so we were ready to move on to the A = Assessment of Resistance, which you will hear at the start of next week's podcast. Thank you for listening today! Veena, Rhonda, Jill, and David
Healthy Mindset for Athletes & Workplace Athletes Helping Athletes Achieve Their Dreams and Goals While Being Mindful of Everything in Else In Life!Chapter 3: The AssessmentReflect and Celebrate Set IntentionsReframe and Master Mindsets Identify and Prioritize Your ValuesIn order to figure out how to move forward, it is necessary to take a look at your current situation to find out what is working and what isn't. By breaking down your life into smaller, manageable pieces, it's much easier to see where you succeed and what is holding you back. In his book Essentialism, Greg McKeown wrote, “Essentialism is not about how to get more things done; it's about how to get the right things done... It is about making the wisest possible investment of your time and energy in order to operate at our highest point of contribution by doing only what is essential (McKeown, 2022)”. By focusing on what is essential and eliminating the things that don't serve you, it becomes much easier to set achievable goals, create systems that work, and find success to keep you motivated. As you work through the questions in this chapter, take time to reflect on each of your answers before moving forward. At the end of the assessment, you will have all of the pieces needed to move through the rest of the workbook as you create a healthy mindset and a system that serves you in focusing your time and energy on accomplishing your goals. Reflect and Celebrate List three things you are currently thankful for. 1. 2. 3. List three things you have accomplished that you are proud of. 1.2. 3.
Episode SummaryOn this episode, AWS Security Practice Manager, Chad Lorenc, joins Matt to talk about Cloud Security. Chad has spent over 20 years building and implementing security programs for numerous organizations, ranging from global Fortune 500 infrastructure teams to billion-dollar financial institutions. He has previously served as Senior Infrastructure Security Architect at Keysight Technologies, President of Montana Chapter, and Information Security and Risk Management Infrastructure Architect at Agilent Technologies.Today, Chad talks about the roadmap to security maturity, security best practices, and benchmarking assessments. Why doesn't AWS necessarily hire people with Cloud skills? Hear about The Five Pillars, when Cloud security goes wrong, CISO reporting Cloud security, and Chad's formula for personal growth. Timestamp Segments· [01:24] A bit about Chad.· [03:13] Chad's role at AWS.· [04:03] Transitioning to AWS.· [08:30] AWS doesn't hire for Cloud skills.· [10:41] Where to start.· [13:54] Assessment benchmarking.· [15:09] Getting to security maturity.· [19:17] The Five Pillars.· [24:21] Cloud security gone wrong.· [32:14] The Cloud Center of Excellence.· [35:15] Reporting Cloud security maturity.· [40:54] Chad's formula for personal growth.· [44:50] Chad's words of wisdom. Notable Quotes· “There's no algorithm for compressing security experience.”· “Figuring out how to integrate Cloud into your operational processes and technology is key.”· “The key to growing fast is to prioritize ruthlessly.” Relevant LinksWebsite: aws.amazon.com Resources:awsfundamentals.comSecure applications from code to cloud. Prisma Cloud secures applications from code to cloud enabling security and DevOps teams.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Dr. Kline's practice provides a compassionate, relaxed, and informal, environment where people in emotional pain can focus on getting better without fear of judgment. With experience and expertise spanning cognitive, behavioral, emotional, neurophysiological, and sociocultural levels of analysis, he provides an integrative, individualized, non-pharmacological approach to treating mental illness. If you are already taking medication, psychotherapy can help make it more effective. He believes that a diagnosis can help inform treatment, but does not define you. Diagnostic categories often don't entirely fit a given individual, so treatment needs to reflect individual goals and needs. "I think it fair to say that emotion and emotion regulation are at the heart of my practice. They are fundamentally linked to many problems, including PTSD, depression, substance abuse, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. I advocate a biopsychosocial approach to mental health maintenance." Broadly knowledgable, having studied and worked in a variety of academic, research, medical, and private practice facilities around the country. Expertise in: Mood Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Personality Disorders; Substance Abuse; Adjustment Issues; Geriatric Psychology; Dementia; Biological Psychology; Quantitative EEG; Psychophysiology; Assessment; Biofeedback; Personality Assessment; Health Psychology; Behavioral Medicine; Music Therapy Take the first step to help. Call or email John P Kline now - (251) 263-6343 Let's Connect(251) 263-6343
In today's bonus episode and after the BBC's Panorama ADHD clinics programme this week, I wanted to share as much practical and up-to-date information from Vicki George, a clinical specialist nurse, independent nurse prescriber and founder of The ADHD Nurse.Who can diagnose ADHD?How Vicki works as an ADHD clinical and prescriber nurseThe ADHD diagnosis process and the frustration with the NHS waiting listsWhat happens to us with medication and titration after an ADHDThe referral and assessment processGaslighting ourselves with ADHDFears around medication The support we can access from the NHS and privatelyRed flags to look out for if we're questioning an ADHD diagnosis.If you find this podcast a helpful resource and you'd like to see it continue to grow with more guests, solo episodes and further information, I'd love it if you could show your appreciation via this gratitude link. As The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast is entirely self-funded and self-produced with some amazing editing by my editor, Faith - it does take a lot of time, effort, love, hard work and money to ensure a weekly episode comes to you every Thursday. I'd love to bring this podcast to you full of integrity and advert-free to ensure you get the most authentic conversation without listening to adverts you may not be interested in. By showing your appreciation through this link, I can continue to bring you the most up-to-date and relevant information I can and keep helping so many of you. Any support is gratefully received and goes to helping our incredible community become more supported, empowered and educated.https://the-adhd-womens-wellbe.captivate.fm/supportI liked this response from The ADHD Foundation further to the BBC documentary if you're looking for more help. Contact Vicki by email here: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Instagram hereIf you enjoy the podcast, why not join Kate's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Collective, where you can access monthly live workshops, exclusive content and new resources specifically for the membership? Click here for all details.Kate Moryoussef is a women's ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled ADHD women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity. Have a look at some of Kate's workshops and free resources here.Download Kate's audio course and private podcast, Calmer Days here.Follow the podcast on Instagram hereFollow Kate on Instagram hereHave a...
#090 The Spiritual Assessment is one of the most sought-after readings conducted by Tutors of the Arthur Findlay College. Primarily a psychic reading, the Spiritual Assessment will give you an overview of your spiritual development to date, highlighting areas of concern and showing you the pathway ahead.My name is Ann Théato, and the mission of the Psychic Matters Podcast, is to teach you proven techniques for spiritual and psychic development from the comfort of your own home. I investigate the teachings of experts across the globe, to bring you their wisdom, their advice and their spiritual wealth.Support the showTweet us at: https://twitter.com/Psychic_Mattersinstagram us at: https://www.instagram.com/psychicmatters/TikTok us at: https://www.tiktok.com/@psychicmattersYouTube us at: https://www.youtube.com/@psychicmatters/featuredFacebook us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/psychicmattersLEAVE A REVIEW: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/psychic-matters-1022002MERCH: https://psychic-matters.teemill.com/ - buy your hoodies and Tees here!DEAF FRIENDLY: If you'd like to get the links & show notes, including a complete transcription, head to www.anntheato.com www.patreon.com LEAVE A TIP: https://ann-theato.ck.page/products/psychic-matters-podcast-tip-jarBUY ME A COFFEE: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/psychicmatters CREDITS: Reach by Christopher Lloyd Clarke. Licensed by Enlightened Audio.Thank you for listening to Psychic Matters!
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Chris Paige, LCSW has been a licensed therapist for over 30 years. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Southern Methodist University in 1988 and completed his Master of Social Work from Barry University in 1993. He is the founder and executive director of the Institute for Akathisia Research and Prevention. Chris has practiced in a variety of settings including teaching hospitals and schools, and has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level. He has presented papers at national and international conferences and appeared on Dateline NBC for his work with children of divorce. Chris has been in private practice since 1998 and currently provides supportive coaching to clients both nationally and internationally. Chris personally suffered from severe akathisia for three years losing everything in his life and pledged that if he survived the syndrome he would commit his life to saving others from suffering the same fate. Since recovering from akathisia, Chris has appeared on numerous podcasts discussing both his experience with akathisia and his goals for the Institute. He has published an upcoming academic chapter entitled, “Hiding in Plain Sight, Medication-Induced Complex Akathisia Syndrome” (MICAS): An updated Clinical Criteria, Assessment, and Treatment Guide and is currently in the initial phases of developing an updated clinical scale to better aid medical and mental health professionals in identifying cases of akathisia. For more on Chris: https://www.chrispaigelcsw.com/ For all of our links, visit: https://www.flowcode.com/page/thewayfwrd The End of COVID: https://theendofcovid.com For more on The Way Forward, please visit https://thewayfwrd.com Do you run a freedom-oriented or holistic health-oriented business? Join our FREE business directory here: https://thewayfwrd.com/directory-form/ Like this episode? Then you'll love The Way Forward's new membership platform! For $17/month or $150/annually, you get: • SOURCE: a freedom & health-oriented business directory • exclusive discounts with partner brands and products • exclusive podcast episodes • courses + workshops • community calls + Q&As with guests • past and future in-person event footage • past, present, and all future livestream event footage • live breathwork sessions, kundalini yoga, and meditations • exclusive content from Alec Zeck, Garret Kramer, Mollie Engelhart + more Sign up for our membership at: https://thewayfwrd.com/membership-sign-up/ Follow The Way Forward on Telegram: https://t.me/thewayforwardformankind Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/T.Way.Forward Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.way.fwrd/ Sign up for our newsletter: https://thewayfwrd.com/newsletter/ We stream our podcasts live every Wednesday. Watch live at: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheWayFwrd Unite: https://unite.live/channels/the-way-forward/the-way-forward Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/a3s3CiyELVd8/ Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/TheWayFwrd ** This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without express written permission. The purpose of this presentation is to convey information. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure a condition; nor is it to be considered medical or legal advice, opinion or recommendation. This information is presented in the spirit of service for all.
In an ocean of AI-driven content, how do you find your unique voice and identifiable personality that ensures your message doesn't get lost at sea?Molly Mahoney is The Prepared Performer and she's sharing the wisdom of articulating your own unique character attributes (at least 20!) before you start feeding your AI chatbot prompts and coming up with new content. There's a wonderful method to Molly's madness that involves the Quesadilla of Awesome and an intentionally misspelled acronym that will force you to check in with what you stand for as a brand so that when your content is reflected back to you, you'll know right away whether it is on point or not. TDM host Mark De Grasse and Molly also share on how to prevent Chatbot hallucinations, embrace AI's personality quirks, and the frameworks you need to be a better content writer. From awesome quesadillas to banana phones, there are ways to create content and community in quirky ways that set us humans apart from our artificially intelligent digital doppelgängers. Creating magic starts here. Molly Mahoney is the founder and CEO of The Prepared Performer. She teaches people how to turn their message into a profitable movement by having more fun (and ultimately making more money) without guru marketing or high-pressure sales tactics. Learning how to perform better in business begins with performing better in front of others. Elevate your Awesome Podcast with Molly Mahoney and The Prepared Performer team. Key Takeaways:02:35 How does Molly make her AI content more human?03:15 What is the Quesadilla of Awesome?07:40 Making a list of 20 things that make you a uniquely awesome human being08:45 How to appreciate yourself with the SAAVE acronym12:00 Creative AI prompts once you've articulated your uniqueness15:30 Creating a character before you create your AI content17:30 Making an emotional connection with your AI content19:50 How to prevent Chatbot hallucinations20:55 Being patient with your AI prompts26:10 Creating random content with AI28:00 Banana phones! 31:50 The low risk associated with trying out ideas using AI chatbotsConnect with Molly Mahoney:Website - the Prepared Performer - https://www.thepreparedperformer.com/YouTube - The Prepared Performer - https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePreparedPerformerBe sure to subscribe to the podcast at: https://www.digitalmarketer.com/podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/digitalmarketerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalmarketer/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/digital-marketer/This Month's Sponsors:Conversion Fanatics - Conversion Rate Optimization AgencyGet 50% Off Monthly Blog Writing Service - BKA Content More Resources from Scalable[Free Guide & Assessment] 7 Levels of Scale
Making Space for Grief Featuring Thai-An Truong, LPC, LADC Today, we feature a popular podcast guest, Thai-An Truong who joins us from Oklahoma. Thai-An is a level 5 Certified TEAM therapist and trainer who specializes in post-partum problems as well as anxiety disorders, with a special focus on OCD. Today Thai-An describes a TEAM-CBT technique to help with grief. She believes that empathy is always crucial, and emphasizes that people who have lost a loved one need to be encouraged to express and accept their feelings and to make space for their grief. However, because empathy alone may not be enough, it is often helpful to go beyond empathy and offer specialized techniques to help the patient deal with feelings of grief and loss. In her work specializing in women struggling with post-partum depression, she has seen many women grieving over a loss—such as the loss of a pregnancy, or the loss of a parent when their child is young, or the loss of an infant at birth, or during the first couple months after delivery. She said that the entire TEAM model can be invaluable, including the initial Testing and Empathy, the Daily Mood Log to detect the grieving patient's (often distorted) negative thoughts, as well as the Assessment of Resistance (the positive reframing step, and the Methods. Healthy grief is often complicated by feelings such as depression, guilt, anger, and more. These feelings can complicate and get in the way of healthy grieving. For example, Rhonda treated a woman who was struggling with guilt over the death of her son, who was in great pain because of advanced, metastatic cancer. At one point, she told him that it was okay to “let go,” and her son died shortly after that. But then, she felt guilty and blamed herself for his death, thinking he might have lived several more days if she had not said that. Thai-An said that losing a son or daughter is one of the greatest pains a parent can have. You may beat up on yourself with “I should have done X” or “I shouldn't have said or done Y.” But these negative, self-critical thoughts and feelings will nearly always be expressions of your core values as a human being, and your love for the child you lost. This can sometimes be eye-opening, and a relief for the person who is grieving. Thai-An has struggled with grief. She told us about the loss of one of her best friends 16 years ago. He was like a brother, a young man with bipolar manic-depressive illness. At times during manic episodes, he would get high and go out “teaching” on the streets. During one of these episodes something tragic happened—Thai-An was unable to find out what—but her friend was found dead in an alley. Thai-An felt a profound sadness and regret, and to compound the problem, her friend's mother cut ties with Thai-An, who didn't even know if a funeral was held or was able to ask any questions about what happened to him.. Thai-An felt understandably hurt and angry,. She recently found out he was buried near a Buddhist Temple in Houston, Texas. She emphasized the value of maintaining a ritual with the person who has died so as to continue the relationship. For example, a woman had a beautiful baby boy who died of an overwhelming infection shortly after he was born. This woman loves nature, and thinks of her son whenever she gardens. For example, when she sees a little bird, she thinks, “that little bird looks just like him!” Thai-An feels that a wide variety of rituals can nurture the bond with the person who died. You might light a candle, or even bake a cake for the baby or person you have lost. The goal is not to achieve some kind of “closure” that is so often emphasized in the media, but rather to continue a positive and meaningful relationship with the person you have lost. Thai-An illustrated a therapeutic technique she calls the Grief Method that involves doing a role-play with the person who has died. The therapist first gathers messages that the grieving patient would like to share with their deceased loved one. The therapist then takes on the role of the patient as the patient takes on the role of the person who has diedThis gives the patient the chance to have a conversation with the love one they have lost. In the following role play, Rhonda played the role of Sam, the young man who died of overwhelming cancer, and Thai-An played the role of his mother, who was grieving and feeling guilty about her son's tragic death. Thai-An (as Mother): Hi Sam, I really miss you every single day. Rhonda (as Sam): Hi Mom, you're the person I miss the most. Thai-An (as Mother): I'm sorry we had an argument shortly before you died. Rhonda (as Sam): It's no big deal. . . We got into little fights pretty often. . . but we always got over it. Thai-An (as Mother): I regret that I left when the doctor told me to leave the room. I should have stayed, so I could be with you when you died. Rhonda (as Sam): I understood that they pushed you to leave the room, and I know that you would have stayed if they'd let you. . . I was in a lot of pain, and I was ready to leave. You gave me a lot of reassurance. Now I'm with grandma. Thai-An (as Mother): I would have done everything for you. Rhonda and Thai-An processed the experience together, and they both cried, even though it was only a role play. Thai-An emphasized the importance of letting your negative feelings flow, and continuing your bond with the person or beloved pet you have lost. For parents who have suffered the loss of a child, Thai-An recommends the book Shattered: Surviving the Loss of a Child by Gary Roe. To access her free grief training for therapists, you can visit courses.teamcbttraining.com/grief. This summer, Thai-An will be offering a special 14-week training course (2 hours / week) which will focus on treating individuals and couples with relationship problems using TEAM. For more information on this and other TEAM training courses, go to courses.teamcbttraining.com. . Thank you for tuning in today! Rhonda, Thai-An, and David
Problem-solving and the right mindset are two things that every candidate needs to be successful. From daily life to assessment and selection, to the pipeline, to a successful Air Force Special Warfare career, you will need high-level problem-solving skills and find new ways to get the mission done. Aaron and Trent go down this leadership rabbit hole as only the Ones Ready team can. There are a lot of lessons in this one- mostly from Trent. We hope you all enjoy this one; we definitely did. 00:00 - The intro and apologizing for being terrible, floating ideas about a Patreon, and the comments08:15 - Traits of problem-centric thinkers18:30 - Routines, Musashi, and learning information28:30 - Trenchcoffeeco.com Code ONESREADY // 30:30 - How does solution-focused thinking help at Assessment and Selection38:30 - Mentorship is a 2 way street, memento more41:20 - Subject matter expert versus subject matter enthusiastDon't forget to subscribe to the Podcast on your favorite player! http://bit.ly/2OG2OlfHave a question? Email us at email@example.comFollow us on Instagram http://bit.ly/2OeNoFIAs always, THANK YOU for your support, we truly appreciate it.#podcast #onesready The views and opinions expressed by the OnesReady team and any guests are those of the team and themselves and do not reflect the official policy or position of the DoD. Any content our Podcast guests, bloggers, sponsors, or authors provide is their opinion. It is not intended to malign the DoD, any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone.Collabs:18A Fitness - Promo Code: 1ReadyAlpha Brew Coffee Company - Promo Code: ONESREADYATAC Fitness - Promo Code: ONESREADYCardoMax - Promo Code: ONESREADYEberlestock - Promo Code: OR10Hoist - Promo Code: ONESREADYStrike Force Energy - Promo Code: ONESREADYTrench Coffee Company - Promo Code: ONESREADYGrey Man Gear - Promo Code: ONESREADY The content provided is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The host, guests, and affiliated entities do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided. The use of this podcast does not create an attorney-client relationship, and the podcast is not liable for any damages resulting from its use. Any mention of products or individuals does not constitute an endorsement. All content is protected by intellectual property laws. By accessing or using this you agree to these terms and conditions.