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Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast
Frequently Asked Questions about Assessment: Featuring Tom Schimmer

Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 30:58


This week's guest, Tom Schimmer, dives into the frequent struggles and misperceptions of assessment practices. Tom provides excellent strategies to help provide feedback to your students and how to complete this important strategy in a timely manner.     In this episode, we discuss: Frequent Mistakes in the World of Grading, Rubrics, and Assessments Student Investment through Assessment And his Newly Released Book, Concise Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Assessment and Grading About Tom Schimmer: Tom Schimmer is an independent education author, speaker, and consultant from Vancouver, BC. Over the course of his career he has been a classroom teacher, school administrator, and district level leader. Tom is an internationally recognized leader and expert in the areas of assessment, grading, RTI, and educational leadership. He has delivered both keynote and workshop sessions at several national and international conferences. As well, Tom has worked directly with schools and school districts throughout Canada, the United States, Vietnam, China, Myanmar, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, Qatar, Bahrain, India, the U.A.E., the U.K., Russia, Singapore, Spain, Kuwait, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, and Nigeria. He is the author & co-author of six books, including best-seller Grading from the Inside Out: Bringing accuracy to student assessment through a standards-based mindset, and his latest release, Growing tomorrow's citizens in today's classrooms: Assessing seven critical competencies. Follow Tom Schimmer: Website: http://www.tomschimmer.com (www.tomschimmer.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomSchimmer (@TomSchimmer); https://twitter.com/TomSchimmerPod (@TomSchimmerPod) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tomschimmerpodcast/?hl=en (@tomschimmerpodcast) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TomSchimmerPod (Schimmer Education) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-schimmer-5767133a/ (Tom Schimmer) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCojQry-6Yi4FFMTzDH88uZQ?sub_confirmation=1 (Tom Schimmer Podcast) https://www.amazon.com/Frequently-Questions-Assessment-Challenging-Effectively/dp/1954631057?crid=2VKKZOWFCXMTW&keywords=Tom+schimmer&qid=1656680090&sprefix=tom+schimmer%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-10&linkCode=ll1&tag=aspirewebsite-20&linkId=57a8ec95deacec1661b2ead47a7f5497&ref_=as_li_ss_tl https://www.amazon.com/Grading-Inside-Out-Assessment-Standards-Based/dp/1936763850?crid=2VKKZOWFCXMTW&keywords=Tom+schimmer&qid=1656680090&sprefix=tom+schimmer%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-2&linkCode=ll1&tag=aspirewebsite-20&linkId=9abcee3d38ffccd93c6eeaba54abc051&ref_=as_li_ss_tl https://www.amazon.com/Essential-Assessment-Achievement-Classroom-Understanding/dp/1943874492?crid=2VKKZOWFCXMTW&keywords=Tom+schimmer&qid=1656680090&sprefix=tom+schimmer%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-5&linkCode=ll1&tag=aspirewebsite-20&linkId=b0c60b1bc422ecbe7b1ae5201150a944&ref_=as_li_ss_tl [caption id="attachment_3508" align="alignnone" width="1024"]https://joshstamper.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Aspire-Swag-Website-Image-update-6.18.21.png () Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast Swag, Joshua Stamper, Teach Better[/caption] NEW Aspire Swag with Discount Code: ASPIRE  Tee-Shirts and Drinkware: https://teachbetterswag.com/collections/aspire-the-leadership-development-podcast (ASPIRE: The Leadership Development Podcast)   This post contains affiliate links. When you make a purchase through these links, The Aspire Podcast gets a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. Need a Presenter for a conference or school PD? https://joshstamper.com/contact/ (Contact Joshua Stamper ) for presentations on Restorative Practices, Leadership Development, and Innovative campus systems. Watch my session on Trauma Informed, restorative and social emotional practices...

The DigitalMarketer Podcast
Getting More Traffic with Ralph Burns

The DigitalMarketer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 52:04


Ralph Burns is back to talk about how you can maximize your traffic in this new privacy-first world! This Month's Sponsors:https://conversionfanatics.com/ (Conversion Fanatics - Conversion Rate Optimization Agency) https://www.botbuilders.com/ (BotBuilders) - https://botwebinar.com (Free Training) More Resources from Scalablehttps://scalable.co?utm_source=digitalmarketer-podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=lead-gen ([Free Guide & Assessment] 7 Levels of Scale) https://scalable.co/free-epic-challenge/?utm_source=digitalmarketer-podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=lead-gen (FREE EPIC Challenge) More Shows You'll Lovehttps://perpetualtraffic.com/ (Perpetual Traffic) - The #1 podcast for learning paid traffic and improving your conversions! https://businesslunchpodcast.com/ (Business Lunch) - Sit down every week some of the most successful people in the world. Hosted by Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Mentioned in this episode: Generate Leads on Instagram via Automation Learn how to make money with automated bots even if you don't have a business or product! Visit https://botwebinar.com

CrossPolitic Studios
Al Sharpton/Joe Scarborough Abortion not in the Bible? Special Forces Vet. - Uvalde Shooting Assessment [CrossPolitic Show]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 33:25


CrossPolitic Show
Al Sharpton/Joe Scarborough Abortion not in the Bible? Special Forces Vet. - Uvalde Shooting Assessment

CrossPolitic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 33:25


Tough to Treat
Reframing The Narrative For A More Effective Assessment

Tough to Treat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 26:17


Can you find clues in your patient's narrative that will help you find the driver quicker? Make your assessment more efficient and save you time? Think about someone's movement and injury history and how that can be relevant to their current symptoms. Their initial injuries will SET THEM UP for compensatory movement patterning down the road. There are 2 case examples in this episode that highlight the importance of how the movement and injury histories revealed the driver(s).

pastoragyemangelvis
Anger Assessment In Relationships And Marriages

pastoragyemangelvis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 23:34


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Student Affairs NOW
Reframing Assessment to Center Equity: Why, What, & How

Student Affairs NOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:00


Dr. Keith Edwards discusses the new book, Reframing Assessment to Center Equity with four contributors; Drs. Gavin Henning, Divya Bheda, Joe Levy, and Ciji Heiser. They discuss the power of assessment to be more equitable as a process and to advance equity as a goal in higher education. Today's guests offer insights and reframing as well as tools, strategies, and tangible ways to examine power, privilege, and positionality to advance equity.

Integrity Matters by Turnitin
Ep 53 - The future of authentic assessment: teaching work, scalability and AI

Integrity Matters by Turnitin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:37


Professor Phillip Dawson, Associate Director, Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning | Deakin University This video is part 2 of a special Integrity Matters series ‘Re-imagining University Assessment in a Digital World', exploring the book of the same name. We chat with one of its co-authors, Professor Phillip Dawson, Associate Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University. Phill emphasises that assessment needs to function for students' future work, and prepare students for an era of artificial intelligence that recalibrates expectations of human skills and labour. Advocating for the design of future-thinking authentic assessment, Phill examines three imperatives: renewed focus on the future, teaching work in the digital world, and new ways of thinking about scalability. How can educators and institutions navigate operational constraints so that assessment innovation thrives? Watch the video to hear Phill's perspective, and stay tuned for Part 3 of this series with Dr Edd Pitt on 13th July.

Transportation Radio
Rob McInerney, International Road Assessment Program – Improving Global Roadway Safety with the Safe System Approach

Transportation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 22:52


Rob McInerney, CEO of the International Road Assessment Program (iRAP), joins the ITE Talks Transportation podcast to talk about global roadway safety through the Safe System Approach, Vision Zero, and how those integrate into the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030. He also highlights rural roadway safety, where a large portion of global fatalities are concentrated in run-off-the-road crashes, and discusses mobilizing positive change by designing roads for outcomes, versus standards, to bring deaths and serious injuries down to zero.

Wise Decision Maker Show
#71: Google's Myth of Losing Social Capital in Hybrid Work

Wise Decision Maker Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 12:27


Companies can effectively retain social capital in the hybrid and remote work environment by applying hybrid work best practices such as the virtual watercooler and virtual coworking. That's the key take-away message of this episode of the Wise Decision Maker Show, which describes Google's myth of losing social capital in hybrid work. This article forms the basis for this episode: https://disasteravoidanceexperts.com/googles-myth-of-losing-social-capital-in-hybrid-work/

Lost in Citations
#114 - Burch, A. R., & Kley, K. (2020). Assessing Interactional Competence: The role of intersubjectivity in a paired-speaking assessment task. Papers in Language Testing and Assessment, 9(1), 25-63.

Lost in Citations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 54:01


Chris interviews Dr. Rue Burch - Associate Professor at Kobe University. Contacts:  haswell247@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com

Disaster Zone
Integrating Technology into Rapid Damage Assessment and Recovery

Disaster Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 36:02


Melanie Spring has over 18 years of experience in engineering, operations, continuous improvement, organizational change management, and business transformation, primarily in power and utilities.  Having just moved to consulting, her focus is now on helping organizations grow and transform by adopting improved business processes and finding new ways of working, enabled by technology investments.  In her time at a large public utility, Melanie held a number of storm positions in addition to her day-to-day responsibilities, including leading damage assessment, crew management, restoration strategy, and resource logistics.  Melanie served as the Louisiana Incident Response Logistics Chief for her utility for several years, including the historic 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season in which five storms made landfall in Louisiana.This episode is sponsored by Unearth. Unearth's emergency response software connects field responders and the command center, equipping teams with mobile tools for rapid damage assessments, real-time incident tracking, and seamless information sharing. Empower field teams where their work actually happens - reducing response times, optimizing resource management, and simplifying reporting with a dynamic, map-based field operations platform.

Austroads: Transport Research and Trends
Austroads Innovative Temporary Traffic Management Device and Solution Assessment (AITDSA) Scheme

Austroads: Transport Research and Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 61:26


This webinar, presented by Austroads Temporary Traffic Management Project Manager Chris Koniditsiotis and AITDSA Workstream Manager Gavin Hill, is an overview of the Austroads Innovative Temporary Traffic Management Device and Solution Assessment (AITDSA) scheme (commencing 1 July 2022). AITDSA provides a way for innovative devices and solutions used for temporary traffic management to be assessed and recognised by Austroads members throughout Australia and New Zealand. AITDSA responds to the emergence of new technologies, innovative solutions, and devices that can be used to improve safety at mobile and static work sites that perform a diverse range of functions, including: regulating traffic (i.e., to assign priority and indicate regulations in force) informing motorists of hazards or regulatory controls ahead warning of temporary hazards that could endanger motorists or workers and plant engaged in work on the road.

Pass ACLS Tip of the Day
Review of Medical Conditions That Mimic a Stroke

Pass ACLS Tip of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:13


Patients that fail one of the FAST stroke assessments have a 72% of having a stroke. We should assume a stroke unless our assessment identifies another condition that could be causing the symptoms. Three common conditions that present like a stroke and are easy to assess for include: blood sugar problems (hypo/hyperglycemia); hypoxia; and seizures. Assessment of patients with stroke-like symptoms should include checking an O2 saturation and blood sugar using a pulse oximeter and glucometer. Other conditions can also mimic a stroke and require advanced testing. EMS providers should consider transporting patients with stroke symptoms to a stroke center following their local protocols. Connect with me: Website:  https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!

Reality Alert : The Circle / Love Is Blind / Survivor / Reality TV

Join Max, Ben, and Maria as they breakdown all 28 cast members of the new CBS reality show The Challenge USA! To support our podcast subscribe at patreon.com/realityalert.

RSL Soapbox: for Real Salt Lake fans
Soapbox Standup: June 27th – RSL draws with the Crew, upcoming game against Minnesota, and a midseason assessment

RSL Soapbox: for Real Salt Lake fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 13:11


It's the June 27th edition of Soapbox Standup. Soapbox Standup is a weekly podcast bringing you the latest headlines about Real Salt Lake in a 15 minute episode, published every Monday morning. This week, we cover: Real Salt Lake's underwhelming 0-0 draw with the Columbus Crew RSL still in 2nd in West and Supporter's Shield Standings The team heads to Minnesota to take on the Loons An assessment of RSL's midpoint of the season Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Shifting Our Schools - Education : Technology : Leadership
Should Cell Phones be Allowed in Class?

Shifting Our Schools - Education : Technology : Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:03


This week we Tricia Friedman and I chat with Tyler Rablin about his recent tweets and articles about how he is shifting his mindset to the use of cell phones in his classroom.  Guest: Tyler Rablin ELA teacher, writer, and assessment/edtech consultant. Follow Tyler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mr_Rablin Subscribe to Tyler's Blog: https://teacher-totter.blogspot.com/ Tyler's recent post in EdSurge: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2022-06-06-the-case-for-making-classrooms-phone-free Subscribe to our newsletter for more: www.shiftingschools.com

CABE WHITTIER PODCAST RADIO
42 Session CABE Whittier, con Dr. Matt Fraijo WUHSD's Director of Assessment and Accountability.

CABE WHITTIER PODCAST RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 128:28


CABE Whittier Podcast Radio & Whittier Union High School District entrevista a Dr. Matt Fraijo Director de Evaluaciones y Rendimiento Académicos de WUHSD, hablaremos sobre “Pruebas Estatales de California". 4:00pm (Hora del Pacífico) Español 5:00 pm (Pacific Time)

Jerusalem Studio
TV7 Europa Stands: Strategic Situation Assessment - June 2022

Jerusalem Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 57:59


An international rules-based order, forged out of the ashes of World War Two, constitutes a global architecture that is ardently championed - albeit in conformity with strategic interests, by the United States and its intercontinental allies, including most notably here in Europe. It sought to realize an adapted interpretation of the English School of ‘international society doctrine', expressly defined by Hugo Grotius, to develop ‘one society of states, governed not by force or warfare but by actual laws and mutual agreement to enforce those laws.' This episode explores the latest developments pertaining to Europe's long and ever-growing list of challenges. Panel: - Jonathan Hessen: Host. - Gen. Klaus Naumann, Former Chief of General Staff of the Bundeswehr as well as the Chairman of NATO Military Committee. - Dr. Rafael Bardaji, CEO Worldwide Strategy and former Spanish National Security Advisor. - Col. Richard Kemp: former British Infantry Commander and Head of the International Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Team at the British Cabinet Office. - Mr. John O'Sullivan, President of the Danube Institute in Budapest, Hungary; and a former Senior Policy Advisor and Speechwriter for late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. You are welcome to join our audience and watch all of our programs - free of charge! TV7 Israel News: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/563/ Jerusalem Studio: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/18738/ TV7 Israel News Editor's Note: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76269/ TV7 Israel: Watchmen Talk: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76256/ Jerusalem Prays: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/135790/ TV7's Times Observer: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/97531/ TV7's Middle East Review: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/997755/ My Brother's Keeper: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/53719/ This week in 60 seconds: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/123456/ Those who wish can send prayer requests to TV7 Israel News in the following ways: Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Email: israelnews@tv7.fi Please be sure to mention your first name and country of residence. Any attached videos should not exceed 20 seconds in duration. #IsraelNews #tv7israelnews #newsupdates Rally behind our vision - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/donate/ To purchase TV7 Israel News merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/tv7-israel-news-store Live view of Jerusalem - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/jerusalem-live-feed/ Visit our website - http://www.tv7israelnews.com/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/tv7israelnews Like TV7 Israel News on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Follow TV7 Israel News on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tv7israelnews/ Follow TV7 Israel News on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tv7israelnews

Grace Church of DuPage Sermons
To the Church in Laodicea

Grace Church of DuPage Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


Revelation 3:14–22I. The Ascription – 14II. The Assessment – 15-17III. The Assignment – 18-19iV. The Assurance – 20-22

Yachting Channel
S2 Ep612: Efrem Leigh: How to Skip the Ships Cook Assessment | Get the Fork Out Ep. 25

Yachting Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 48:03


The yacht chef community grumbles whenever we hear about the Ships Cook Certification or SCC.  Chefs that have been in the industry prior to it's implementation will grumble even more.  It's a strange culinary test that many even take a prep course for, conveniently offered on the same premises.  The course and the test cover some classic French and British recipes and techniques.  Thats a strange coupling of cuisines for a very international industry but so be it.  What's important to me is the fact this has been built into the MLC for the specific purpose of making sure that whoever is cooking for crew on commercial ships has the wherewith-all to provide healthy meals while keeping in mind religious sensitivities of, again, an international crew.   This is obviously very important criteria and I think the initial thought behind it was a brilliant and noble one.  The part I have a problem with is the cowboy implementation of these criteria via the SCC and the blatant profiteering and misinformation surrounding it.   This is to the detriment of new crew to the industry straight out of restaurants trying to get into an industry that already has high entry fees (STCW) that unbeknown to them, they can easily get a certificate sent to them after they've provided their flag state with sufficient evidence of training and experience.  Green chefs can't push back at all and assume that in order to get into a galley they need to be assessed.  It's ironic that this doesn't happen in the restaurant industry on land, when you're hiring someone you're meant to know how to read a resume and chase down references. Efrem and I try to clarify all of this information in one place so anyone can use it as a resource, chefs coming into the industry or chefs changing boats and flag states, to captains and management companies knowing exactly what is needed when hiring a chef. https://youtu.be/V3jRyKEMa_E  For careers advice and help getting a job in yachting visit https://www.yachtchefs.com/career-adv... Chefs & Captains to advertise any jobs FREE of charge visit https://www.yachtchefs.com/recruiters To follow Brennan Dates: @oliveoilandgasoline  #yachtchef #yachtlife #chef #privatechef #yachtcrew #yachting #yachtie #cheflife #foodporn #yacht #yachties #superyacht #yachtstew #foodie #chefsofinstagram #yachts #yachtprovisions #yachtparty #luxuryyacht #yachtcharter #chefs #superyachtchef #yachtcaptain #food #deckhand #yachtmaster #luxury #megayacht #yachtinglife #yachtinginternationalradio

A Quest for Well-Being
Life After Food Addiction: Self-Love, Meaning And Joy

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 39:35


— Many health outcomes depend on recovery from processed food addiction and understanding addiction to processed foods opens the door to recovery from stubborn diet-related diseases. Dr. Ifland has been looking for a reliable way to help people stop compulsively eating addictive harmful foods since Her 23-year quest finally yielded online programs that reliably give compulsive overeaters control over food for the long-term. Valeria interviews Dr. Joan Ifland — the author of “The Food Addict's Meal Prep Manual: Save Yourself From Food Addiction In Only 2 Hours A Week and Co-author of Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery.” 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, foodaddictionreset.com. The Facebook group, ‘Food Addiction Education' (2014) and 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. To learn more about Dr. Joan Ifland and her work, please visit: foodaddictionreset.com           — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well. 

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg
Hypochlorhydria: Causes, Symptoms, Assessment, and Management

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 16:57


The combination of hydrochloric acid, lipase, and pepsin combine to create the acidic gastric juices found in the stomach. These healthy stomach acid levels serve as a first line of defense for the gastrointestinal system, preventing infectious agents from reaching the intestines. A normal gastric pH is considered to be present with pH values >3, with values below 4 capable of killing bacterial invaders within 15 minutes. Gastric juices with a pH >3 mark the beginning stages of hypochlorhydria. As the pH increases above 4, there is an increased prevalence of bacterial overgrowth. Achlorhydria is defined as a pH >7. Betaine HCL Click here to learn more about the Hedberg Institute Membership. There are two main categories of hypochlorhydria: iatrogenic and acquired. Iatrogenic hypochlorhydria is the most common, resulting from the use of medications to reduce gastric acid secretions. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are one of the top ten most prescribed drugs in the world, contributing to the rise in iatrogenic hypochlorhydria. Malnutrition is the leading cause of acquired hypochlorhydria. Individuals taking PPIs generally have a pH between 5-7. Individuals with hypochlorhydria are at an increased risk for infection and disease due to a loss of this protective barrier. Research conducted by Martinsen, Fossmark, and Waldum (2019) demonstrated that individuals with hypochlorhydria were at an increased risk of a variety of infections including bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections. One study they reviewed reported a significant decrease in Shannon's diversity of the GI microbiome and changes in 20% of the bacterial taxa in PPI users versus non-users. The increased use of PPIs makes it necessary to review current medications, both prescribed and over the counter, at each patient encounter. Nutritional status should also be evaluated utilizing blood labs, anthropometrics, diet diaries, food allergies/sensitivities, etc. Other useful factors in screening a patient for gastric hypoacidity include assessing gender, age, stress levels/eating behaviors, geographic origin/nationality, testing of stomach acid levels, and labs to rule out concurrent diseases such as Helicobacter pylori, chronic gastritis, parietal cell autoantibodies, hypothyroidism, etc. Keep in mind that there can be discrepancies between different testing methods and cutoff values depending on the labs used. Malnutrition can be the cause of or the result of hypochlorhydria. Malnutrition that leads to a deficiency in the nutrients needed to make HCL can cause hypochlorhydria. These include chloride, sodium, potassium, zinc, and iodine. Malnutrition can also develop as a result of hypochlorhydria. Decreased gastric acidity impairs nutrient absorption resulting in possible nutrient deficiencies for most of the essential vitamins and minerals including protein, iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A and E, copper, and all of the B vitamins. The presence of both malnutrition and hypochlorhydria increases the risk of enteric infections. There is also an increased prevalence of food allergies in individuals with reduced gastric acidity as they lose the ability to sufficiently denature proteins. With hypochlorhydria, larger protein peptides remain which can trigger an immune system response, resulting in allergic symptoms. Therefore, screening for hypochlorhydria should be conducted in individuals that suffer from malnutrition and/or food sensitivities/allergies. There is also an increased prevalence of food allergies in individuals with reduced gastric acidity as they lose the ability to sufficiently denature proteins. With hypochlorhydria, larger protein peptides remain which can trigger an immune system response, resulting in allergic symptoms. Therefore, screening for hypochlorhydria should be conducted in individuals that suffer from malnutrition and/or food sensitivities/allergies. Stress management is also important in regulating gastric...

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
The SARS Auto Assessment Rules

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:17


Guest: Joon Chong | Partner at Webber Wentzel See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American Toffee Podcast
21/22 SQUAD ASSESSMENT - PART 2: Passing, Progression, Creation, and Defense

American Toffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 69:33


The ATP full trio continues with its team assessment and moves on from possession/retention and passing issues to progression, creation, and eventually on to the defense including goalkeeping, overall style, set pieces, and all sort of other dimensions. Again, we try to identify the issues with team performance as well as solutions - can we improve or solve the issues with 1. Better use of our current players or 2. Change in tactics? Or do we need to focus on 3. Recruitment? Lots more data, some of which is again shocking, but we conclude with a summary of what we think the team needs are going into the window and gauge our level of optimism for the upcoming months. We recommend you check out PART 1 first in order to get the full experience in all its glory.  LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Production: Alex Johnson Intro: Steve Barkwill Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mental Health for Leaders
S06 | E02 Unlocking Your Leadership Potential with Alex Alonso

Mental Health for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 35:46


When we take care of our leaders and their mental health, we're all able to show up as our best selves--at work and at home. As leaders in human resources, we can do this by unlocking potential by supporting them to growth their mental health skills - in empathy, leadership, and coping with challenges.This is important because organizations that are viewed as highly empathetic have employees that are more likely to positively talk about their company to friends, peers, and families. And organizations that truly focus on culture are twice as likely to retain their employees.We're in a world of change, with the great resignation and the lesser-talked about great retirement. Both are impacting the workplace in ways we couldn't have predicted.This week on the podcast, I'm happy to share this and more with you from Dr. Alexander Alonso, the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) Chief Knowledge Cfficer. We're talking about unlocking leadership potential, the benefits of having taboo conversations, why we need to hold onto our talent, and so much more. Alex also shares more about the conversations he had at the recent SHRM conference and his newest book about making the most of polarizing conversations.About Alexander Alonso:Alexander Alonso, PhD, SHRM-SCP is the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Chief Knowledge Officer leading operations for SHRM's Certified Professional and Senior Certified Professional certifications, research functions, and the SHRM Knowledge Advisor service.   He is responsible for all research activities, including the development of the SHRM Competency Model and SHRM credentials.  During his career, he has worked with numerous subject matter experts worldwide with the aim of identifying performance standards, developing competency models, designing organizational assessments, and conducting job analyses.   He was also responsible for working on contract task orders involving the development of measurement tools for content areas such as job knowledge (like teacher knowledge of instructional processes) and organizational climates (like organizational climate forecasting in military health care).Throughout his career, he has published works in peer-reviewed journals such as Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, Journal of Applied Psychology, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, People and Strategy, Personality and Individual Differences, Quality and Safety in Health Care, and Human Resources Management Review.  He has also authored several chapters on community-based change initiatives in workforce readiness, as well as co-authoring Defining HR Success: A Guide to the SHRM Competency Model in Practice.Dr. Alonso also served as a columnist analyzing major trends in the workforce for The Industrial Psychologist and HR Magazine. In addition, he has served on several professional society boards including the SIOP and the Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington. Mentioned in this Episode of Mental Health for Leaders:Talking Taboo: Making the Most of Polarizing Discussions at Work by Alexander AlonsoThink Again by Adam GrantWendi Safstrom: The Need to Prioritize Mental Health at WorkMental Health Skills TrainingJoin the monthly digital subscription

Clare FM - Podcasts
Clare Pyrite Action Group Critical Of Assessment Process To Access State Redress Scheme

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:42


The Chair of the Clare Pyrite Action Group is criticising the assessment process for households to access the Defective Concrete Blocks Scheme. Crusheen resident and Action Group Chair, Dr Martina Cleary, is accusing the Department of effectively moving the goalposts for access to compensation. Dr Martina Cleary and TD Cathal Crowe speaking at Oireachtas Housing Committee.

Tough to Treat
Choosing The Best Functional Movement For Your Assessment

Tough to Treat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:02


Success=picking the best functional movement to assess with your patient.   Can you imagine shaving minutes off of your initial evaluation time? And at the same time, connecting with your patient in a way that not only increases the therapeutic alliance but will help you find the driver quicker.   Check out some NEW clinical pearls and sleep tips for patients at www.toughtotreat.com   

Eurovision Radio International
Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience (2022-06-22) The Post Eurovision Depression Cure - Dose6

Eurovision Radio International

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 233:21


Radio International - The Ultimate Eurovision Experience is broadcast from Malta's Radio 105FM on Tuesday evenings from 2100 - 0059 hours CET. The show is also broadcast on SWITCH Radio Essex in the United Kingdom live on Wednesday evenings from 1900 - 2300 hours CET as well as on the Facebook Page of Eurovision Radio International with an interactive chatroom.   AT A GLANCE - ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK Eurovision Song Contest 2022 Post Eurovision Depression Cure (Dose 6) - Interviews and clips with the Eurovision Stars 2022 in Turin  Interview with the Kalush Orchestra (Eurovsion Winner 2022, Ukraine) Interview with Nadir Rustamli (Azerbaijan 2022, Number 16) Interview with Mia Dimsic (Croatia 2022, Semi Final 1 Number 11) Interview with Stefan (Estonia 2022, Number 13) Interview with Malik Harris (Germany 2022, Number 25) Interview with Mahmood and Blanco (Italy 2022, Number 6) Interview with WRS (Romania 2022, Number 18) Interview with Ronela (Albania 2022, Semi Final 1 Number 12) Interview with Konstrakta (Serbia 2022, Number 5) Interview with Reddi (Denmark 2022, Semi Final 1 Number 13) Eurovision Cover Spot and The Eurovision Birthday File with David Mann Eurovision Spotlight: Eurovision Song Contest 2022 - The Assessment with Ross Bennett Eurovision Spotlight Special with Nick van Lith from escXtra.com Your music requests New Music Releases by Eurovision Artists   Eurovision Song Contest 2022 - Post Eurovision Depression (PED) Cure: Dose 6 of the PED Cure is on the way with Dr. JP and his nurses. After two Semi Finals and an amazing Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 huge CONGRATULATIONS goes to the Kalush Orchestra for winning the 66th Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Stefania" receiving the highest public vote ever in the history of the contest. Below is the Scoreboard. Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra winning Eurovision 2022 The website of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 can be viewed here and the also over on Wikipedia The Eurovision Song Contest 2022 Scoreboard       During the next few weeks Radio International will be your Ultimate Post Eurovision Depression  (PED) Cure broadcasting interviews the Radio International Team did in Turin during the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 and of course play your favourite songs from the contest. Listen to Interviews, Turkoise Carpet Clips from the Opening Reception, Press Conferences Clips with  Kalush Orchestra (Eurovision Winner 2022, Ukraine), Konstrakta (Serbia 2022), Nadir Rustamli (Azerbaijan 2022), Mia Dimsic (Croatia 2022) Stefan (Estonia 2022), Malik Harris (Germany 2022), Mahmood and Blanco (Italy 2022), WRS (Romania 2022), Ronela (Albania 2022) and Reddi (Denmark 2022)  - looking back at two weeks of our beloved Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy. The Radio International Interview Hall of Fame: During the Interview Sessions Radio International takes photos and videos which you can find on the Radio International Interview Hall of Fame 2020 and 2021. To view the photos done during the interviews - click here - for the Radio International Hall of Fame Photo Album. This is the Hall of Fame: DANA, Charlotte Perrelli, Linda Martin, Niamh Kavanagh, Katrina of Katrina and the Waves, Charlie McGettigan, Emmelie de Forest, Scott Fitzgerald, Eldar of Ell and Nikki, Sanna Nielsen, Hera Björk, Lina Hedlund and Andreas Lundstedt from Alcazar, Poli Genova, Ira Losco, Jan Johansen Nicki French, Debbie Scerri, Rasmussen, Senhit, Rainer from Wind, Jalisse, Maja Keuc (Amaya),Thomas Forstner, Lisa Andreas, Esther Hart, Vanilla Ninja, Maja Keuc (Amaya), Sibel Tüzün, Sidsel Ben Semmane, Monika Linkyte, Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria 2022), Mia Dimsic (Croatia 2022), Andrea (North Macedonia 2022), Brooke Scullion (Ireland 2022), Citi Zeni (Latvia 2022), Ochman (Poland 2022), Anna Bergendahl, The Roop, Bilal of NorthKid, Cyan Kicks, Justs, James Newman, Serhat, Vanessa Amarosi, Lesley Roy, Brooke, Franklin, Martina Majerle of Quartissimo, Miriam Christine, Claudia Faniello, Fabrizio Faniello, Chanel, Jordan Ravi, Viorela Moraru, Mia Negovetic, Parvani Violet Vasil, Janice Mangion, Mariette, KEiiNO, Anett Kublin (Anett and Fredi), Tess Merkel, Glen Vella, Anton Ewald, Katrina Dimanta formerly of Aarzemnieki, ManuElla, Tusse, Blind Channel, Danny Saucedo, Jendrik, Tornike Kipiani, GO_A, Kurt Calleja, Rafał Brzozowski, Barbara Pravi, Fyr og Flamme, almost all artists from the Eurovision 2021 and 2022 class.   Find out more details of how to tune in live - click here For full details of this week's Show Content and Play List - click here

Chill & Prosper with Denise Duffield-Thomas
How To Do An Honest Assessment Of Your Business

Chill & Prosper with Denise Duffield-Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:13


Today we are talking about how to do an honest assessment of your business. We're gonna approach it in a really chill way! 

KGO 810 Podcast
Pat Thurston: San José Mayor Liccardo on Mobile Crisis Assessment Team

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 36:25


San José Mayor Sam Liccardo is with Pat Thurston to explain his Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
Pat Thurston: San José Mayor Liccardo on Mobile Crisis Assessment Team

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 36:25


San José Mayor Sam Liccardo is with Pat Thurston to explain his Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American Indian Airwaves
Colonialism Violence in Protecting Mother Earth: the UNs' IPCC 6th Assessment Rpt

American Indian Airwaves

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:59


On 2/27/2022, the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, Working Group II, Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability Report was released with participation from Indigenous scholars, academics, and scientist in still a relatively new phenomenon (eight to ten years). For more sixteen years, Indigenous peoples were largely excluded in participating in the previous IPCC assessment reports. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in 1988. In 1990, the IPCC's First Assessment Report (FAR) was published. However, in 2007, the IPCC and former U.S. President Al Gore won a Nobel Peace Prize while Indigenous peoples were absent and often locked out of the IPCC and WMO process. Today's guest is one several Indigenous academics, scholars, and scientist to participate and contribute to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, Working Group II, Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Tune in for summary and update on the report's highlight in Protecting Mother Earth. Guest: Dr. Kyle Whyte, Potawatomi Nation, PhD, is a George Willis Pack Professor of Environment and Sustainability and Affiliate Professor of Native American Studies and Philosophy at the University of Michigan, teaching in the SEAS environmental justice specialization. Dr. Whyte's research addresses environmental justice, focusing on moral and political issues concerning climate policy and Indigenous peoples, the ethics of cooperative relationships between Indigenous peoples and science organizations, and problems of Indigenous justice in public and academic discussions of food sovereignty, environmental justice, and the anthropocene. Click here for archived American Indian Airwaves programs on the KPFK website within the past 60-days only or click on (below) after 8pm for today's scheduled program. Soundcloud Apple Podcast Google Podcast iHeartRadio Pocket Casts Spotify Podcast Stitcher Podcast Tunein Podcast

Teacher Talking Time: The Learn YOUR English Podcast
CEFR and the Dutch School System

Teacher Talking Time: The Learn YOUR English Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 57:10


Want to use Dogme and TBLT to grow your sustainable teaching business? Schedule a chat with us to see if we can help.  This is a very special episode of Teacher Talking Time, in partnership with the University of Groningen in The Netherlands. This episode was created as part of the final assessment of MA course "The CEFR in Context: Learning, Teaching, Assessment and Research" by Prof. Dr. Marije Michel and Dr. Audrey Rousse-Malpat. We at Learn YOUR English are thrilled to be a part of it coming to life.  Episode Description: The CEFR is a useful tool for assessment and can be used to better align assessment across Europe. But is this what is actually happening? In this podcast episode, assessment and the CEFR in the Dutch school system will be discussed from the perspectives of experts in the field of research, secondary school teachers of English, and students studying to become teachers of English.  Interviewers: Lize Hofman. Gerbrich Dijkstra, and Mark van der Wijk are currently doing the Educational Master track for English at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Guests on this episode: Prof. Dr. Rick de Graaff works at the University Utrecht and teaches Foreign Language Didactics and Bilingual Education. His field of expertise is effective foreign language education, second language didactics, early foreign language education, and the professional development of language teachers. He has previously researched how the CEFR can effectively be implemented in second language education. Drs. Alessandra Corda is the head of modern language undergraduate teacher training departments at the Hogeschool Amsterdam (University of Applied Sciences) and has worked in the language education field for the past 25 years. She has also researched how to effectively implement the CEFR in second language education and is very knowledgeable about the assessment of language learning in education. Niels Amperse teaches English at a secondary school in the Netherlands. He is still in the early stages of his teaching career and followed CEFR classes during his training to become a teacher. He is interested in the development of secondary school students and has a refreshing view of second language learning in the Dutch educational system. Read more about this episode on the LYE blog. Podcast Creation: This episode was created with support from Thinkific & Podbean. If you're looking to launch a course or start a podcast, we highly recommend them - and use them ourselves.  As always, thank you for listening. Your support has been overwhelming and we couldn't do what we do without you. We hope this podcast serves as an effective CPD tool for you. If you have a comment or question about today's show, we'd love to hear from you: info@learnyourenglish.com  Ways we at LYE can help you right now: 1. Free Business Foundations Training 2. Free Dogme ELT Training 3. Get a free teaching and business tip every week 4. Book a complimentary consultation with us to look at your goals  5. Follow us on IG: @learnyourenglish 

JAMA Network
JAMA Psychiatry : Assessment of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Interventions for Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia

JAMA Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:10


Interview with Cheng-Ta Li, MD, PhD, author of Assessment of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Interventions for Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-analysis. Hosted by John Torous, MD, MBI.

JAMA Psychiatry Author Interviews: Covering research, science, & clinical practice in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral s
Assessment of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Interventions for Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia

JAMA Psychiatry Author Interviews: Covering research, science, & clinical practice in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral s

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:10


Interview with Cheng-Ta Li, MD, PhD, author of Assessment of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Interventions for Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-analysis. Hosted by John Torous, MD, MBI.

Keeping Current
Advanced Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Assessment, Strategies, and New Therapies

Keeping Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:12


Do you know the best imaging modalities to diagnose advanced age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and track its progress? Learn how to assess patients and how to discuss with them what the future may hold. Credit available for this activity expires: 6/17/2023 Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/975758?src=mkm_podcast_addon_975758

Vital Science
Retrogenix: The Screen Door of Drug Development

Vital Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 19:44


Drug developers face long odds and complex regulatory challenges when it comes to crafting a suitable candidate. In fact, only one of every 10 drug candidates gain regulatory approval, and when they do, it takes an average of 14 years and costs well over $2 billion.   So what makes for a successful candidate? It starts with a suitable screening platform that identifies targets and the molecules that bind to them to create a therapeutic response. Retrogenix is one such platform that the top 20 drug developers in the world currently use to increase their chances of success thanks to its unique technology that doesn't require animal models or human tissue to evaluate effectiveness.   Join us to find out how Retrogenix works to identify targets, accelerate drug development, get vulnerable patients the therapies they need more quickly, and adapt to meet the growing demands of regulatory agencies. Show Notes  Charles River Acquires Retrogenix  Retrogenix Cell Microarray Technology  De-risking Therapies and Vaccines for Use During Pregnancy  Assessing ADC Anticancer Therapeutics via Antibody Specificity Screening  Screening and Profiling Assays  Off-Target Screening Cell Microarray Assay   Webinar: Building a comprehensive lead enabling library   Poster: Off-target Assessment of Biotherapeutics for us During Pregnancy  Case Study: Antibody Drug Conjugate Off-Target Binding Screen

Physical Activity Researcher
Analytical Approaches of Accelerometry - Dr Jairo Hidalgo Migueles (Pt2)

Physical Activity Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 32:03


Dr Jairo H. Migueles studied Physical Activity and Sport Sciences (2009-2013) and a Research Master in Physical Activity and Sport at the University of Granada (2014-2015). He is currently doing his doctoral thesis at the University of Granada with the ActiveBrains project (effects of a randomized controlled exercise program on cognition, mental and physical health in overweight and obese preadolescents). His main areas of interest are: Evaluation of physical activity, energy expenditure and sleep objectively through accelerometry. Assessment of physical fitness in young population Study of the effects of physical activity, physical exercise and sleep on different dimensions of physical, mental, cognition and brain health in young people. Physical exercise interventions through the use of mobile phones (SmartPhones), which today is known as m-Health --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Monitoring Learn more about Fibion: fibion.com/research --- Collect, store and manage SB and PA data easily and remotely - Discover new Fibion SENS Motion: https://sens.fibion.com/

American Toffee Podcast
21/22 SQUAD ASSESSMENT - PART 1: Attack, Shooting, and Possession

American Toffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:36


It's that time of the year again, where the ATP takes a hard look at team's past season performance in hopes of identifying what went wrong (or right) and how it can inform Everton's way forward. James, Ryan and Alex sit down to reflect and dissect the numbers from a painful campaign. But first. we take a look back at the summer and our 5 key proposed solutions to improve upon our 59 points and see how many of them we successfully implemented (not many). After taking a quick look at the overall results, we then focus on the attack and try to answer the question – why didn't we score more goals? Can we improve or solve the issues with 1. Better use of our current players or 2. Change in tactics? Or do we need to focus on 3. Recruitment? Yes, this one is data heavy, but there are some pretty shocking numbers that we found in our research that are revealing and should help guide us through the silly season that is the transfer window.   LINKS: https;//linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Production: James Boyman Intro: Steve Barkwill Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

7Bee
Soaring Assessment Values Explained

7Bee

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 9:38


Bonner County Officials host informational town hall meetings to explain why many are seeing their assessed property values rise by astonishing values.

KGO 810 Podcast
Nikki Medoro - Governor Newsom has a chance to eliminate civil assessment fees

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 14:28


With gas prices and the cost of everything else going up, the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro points out Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today to remove civil assessment fees (like late fees on parking tickets)...Governor, please give your constituents a break!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SynGAP10 weekly 10 minute updates on SYNGAP1 (video)
Throw the doors open, build your team, tell everyone. #S10e64

SynGAP10 weekly 10 minute updates on SYNGAP1 (video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 12:27


TELL EVERYONE - New mom chat - Kali's article and twitter      - https://www.insider.com/my-child-diagnosed-rare-genetic-condition-syngap1-2022-6       - https://twitter.com/WorthKali - Tavillas: https://syngap.fund/susan (6/22/15)   CHECK OUT THIS CONFERENCE: https://syngap.fund/treat   DRUG CO NEWS - Anglemans and Ionis! https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ionis-treatment-for-angelman-syndrome-receives-orphan-drug-and-rare-pediatric-disease-designations-from-us-fda-301566169.html  - Praxis update: At the end, scroll down.    CIITIZEN - Webinar was awesome https://syngap.fund/virginie - Sign up! https://www.ciitizen.com/syngap1/   PROBABLY GENETIC IS WORKING! - Assessment:  syngap.fund/maybe - https://symptom-checker.probablygenetic.com/syngap/  - Webinar: https://syngap.fund/PG  - Sponsored testing with Mahzi! https://mahzi.com/    REMEMBER NOT TO MISS  - June 2022 https://mailchi.mp/syngapresearchfund.org/june22   - Sign up for the EF Panel: https://bit.ly/efmen      FUNDRAISERS - MDBR: Join us and secure $30k matching funds https://syngap.fund/SRFMDBR22   - MICE: Help us Make 2!  https://syngap.fund/2mice    EVENTS - June 25 in DFW - Join us for a family meeting and hear from Dr. Perry.  Link soon. - September 12-14 in San Diego - #GlobalGenes Meeting.  Link soon. - October 8 in NJ - Caren Leib Gala https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/get-involved/fundraising/caren-leib-gala  - October 8 in SC - Scramble for SYNGAP https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/get-involved/fundraising/scramble-for-syngap   - November 12 in GA - Sparks of Hope Gala https://syngap.fund/soiree  - December 1 in TN - Syngap Science Meeting - https://syngap.fund/treat    This is a podcast: subscribe to and rate this 10 minute #podcast #SYNGAP10 here https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/syngap10-podcast   Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/syngap10-weekly-10-minute-updates-on-syngap1-video/id1560389818    Episode 64 of #Syngap10 - June 14, 2022 #F78A1 #Syngap #epilepsy #autism #intellectualdisability #id #anxiety #raredisease #epilepsyawareness #autismawareness #rarediseaseresearch #SynGAPResearchFund #CareAboutRare #PatientAdvocacy #GCchat #Neurology #GlobalCollaboration #EpilepsyFoundation #Praxis #ProbablyGenetic #Mahzi   Copy from letter from Praxis: Monday morning, June 6th, we published an 8K filing announcing news involving multiple programs at Praxis Precision Medicines. One of these announcements pertained to the FDA's clinical hold on our recent IND filing for PRAX-222 in SCN2A, so we wanted to share further context for it. On May 25, 2022, the Company received a communication from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (the “FDA”) providing additional information on the clinical hold placed on the Company's Investigational New Drug application (the “IND”) for the study of PRAX-222, an antisense oligonucleotide, for the treatment of patients with SCN2A gain-of-function mutations. The communication indicated that our IND could be cleared once we submit additional documentation related to the preclinical non-human primate toxicology study that supports the proposed starting dose in the clinical study. We're requesting a Type A meeting with the FDA to confirm the study design and further clarify the requirements for dose escalation beyond the starting dose. This surely will leave our SCN2A community with questions about the timing of our path forward. While the protocol and the discussions being held with the FDA remain confidential, we will do our best to maintain transparency and responsiveness throughout the process.     We continue to be fully committed to advancing PRAX-222 to clinical study. We also want to restate that this news is specific to PRAX-222, without impact on our PRAX-562 program for SCN2A, SCN8A and TSC. In Monday's press release, we reiterated our focus on driving toward proof of concept for PRAX-562. We'll provide further updates on PRAX-562 as we approach major milestones on this path. In addition, our other programs in PCDH19 and SYNGAP1 remain on-track.     Beyond epilepsy, Monday's 8K filing announced significant news pertaining to our Aria study of PRAX-114 in Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). It is with great regret that we announce the failure of the Aria Study, a study to determine the efficacy of a GABBA PAM extrasynaptic preference medicine to achieve fast-acting, lasting reduction of symptoms of MDD. After reviewing the data and our operational controls and observing failure to achieve our primary endpoint, we determined that PRAX-114 was indeed safe but not efficacious, and no further research and development of PRAX-114 is warranted. This conclusion has a negative impact on the study of PRAX-114 to treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Essential Tremor. This is a difficult decision for the Praxis team; but our commitment and capacity to researching and developing genetic insight-based treatments for people living with disorders of the CNS is in no way diminished.

Education Evolution
114. Why Traditional Assessment Methods Don't Work (and what to do instead)

Education Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 16:50


How do we know if our children are digesting what we're teaching? We give them assessments! And if you've ever stepped into a traditional classroom in the U.S., this could mean many things. Often it means large, summative assessments at the end of a unit or school year to determine what the students have retained.   Sadly, this type of assessment is ineffective, for more reasons than I can begin to explain. But I sure try in this episode!    There are many ways to assess student learning, aside from the traditional test. And traditional summative assessments only test a student's ability to memorize information for the short term. What happens when they need to remember information long-term and apply it in different scenarios?   I'm sharing my thoughts and more. Listen in!   Be sure to join me at the Beyond Multiple Choice virtual seminar. Find out more and sign up for free! Jump in the Conversation: [1:26] - Beyond Multiple Choice Conference [1:41] - Where to begin with assessment [2:18] - The open-ended essential question [3:11] - Inquiry-based learning isn't enough [3:39] - The questions teachers need to ask [4:13] - Model U.S. structure and how bills become laws [5:20] - Getting students to own their learning and apply them in real life [5:58] - Engaging and relevancy is non-negotiable [6:52] - Determine what you'll assess and how [8:01] - The big problems with summative assessments [8:51] - Summative assessments aren't the only way to assess learning [10:26] - Quality rubrics are created in partnership with students [11:00] - The existential question: What is important? [12:26] - Who takes responsibility to empower students to reach goals [12:50] - Maureen's magic wand  [14:25] - Students can see when teachers are invested in learning Links & Resources Episode 73: Breaking Barriers for Our Students and Our Future Episode 39: Creating Human-Centered Learning https://summit.edactivecollective.org/schedule Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep

Live FAB Life Podcast
227: A Snapshot of My Functional Nutrition Assessment x Human Design

Live FAB Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:27


As a follow-up to Episodes 211 and 226, in this episode, I give an update on my recent health issues and the approach I've taken to address them. You'll hear me share: What's a Functional Nutrition Assessment? (and how it's a valuable tool in your healthcare) How to apply a functional approach to Human Design? How do I marry Functional Nutrition and Human Design in my healing journey? I also share why opening up and taking you behind the scenes is part of my work in coming into alignment with my Human Design.  READ THE SHOW NOTES ASK A QUESTION  WORK WITH ME CONNECT ON INSTAGRAM

The Hunt Backcountry Podcast
MM 141 | Wind Switched, Now What? Plus, Pack Fit Assessment and Essential Clothing

The Hunt Backcountry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 23:54


Steve & Mark answer listener questions, including: What should you do when you are setup on an elk and the wind switches? How do you properly test and assess pack fit before you commit? What one clothing piece should a new hunter invest in? LEAVE A MESSAGE: https://speakpipe.com/huntbackcountry Resources mentioned in this episode: - June Giveaway for Exo Insiders: https://exomtngear.com/june-gear - Fix Your Pack Fit: https://exomtngear.com/fitfix - Budget Grid Fleece: https://amzn.to/3xqhCLl Contact Us: podcast@exomtngear.com Podcast Episode Archive: https://exomtngear.com/podcast

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
296: Forced Empathy: A Master Class--Part 2 of 2

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 90:12


Podcast 296: Forced Empathy: A Master Class--Part 2 of 2 Last week you heard part ! of our work witt Zeina, a young professional woman struggling with a conflict with her mom. Zeina feels like her mother is too critical of her, and she finds the criticisms devastating. In today's podcast, you will hear my co therapist, Dr. Jill Levitt, and I, doing Forced Empathy with Zeina, and you will hear the exciting conclusion of the session. I am including the entiere show notes from last week, in case you have not yet reviewed them. Show notes from last week commence here. Today Dr. Jill Levitt and I do live work with Zeina Halim who has been experiencing some intense negative feelings because of her mother's criticisms of her. Zeina is a member of my weekly training group at Stanford and has appeared on the podcast on several previous occasions (Please provide numbers plus link to podcast page on website.) Zeina is one of our small group leaders in our Tuesday training group.  She works with teens and adults in-person in her office in Menlo Park and also provides tele-health sessions for clients living anywhere in California. Dr. Jill Levitt is the co-leader of my Tuesday training group at Stanford and will be my co-therapist today. We hope for some more of the “magic” that frequently appears when we do therapy together. Today's podcast will illustrate a number of teaching points, including these: Forced Empathy: We illustrate exactly how to use this powerful and sophisticated technique. When I first created this technique many years ago, I thought there would be little interest in it, so I rarely taught it in my workshops or training groups. In the past several years, an intense interest in this technique has emerged, so you will get to see exactly how it works. Five Secrets Resistance: There has been great interest in the Five Secrets of Effective Communication that are featured in my book, Feeling Good Together. When used skillfully, they can have a phenomenal effect on any troubled relationship. I am even aware of a case of a woman who was kidnapped at gunpoint by a violent serial rapist who planned to kill her. Out of desperation, she used the Five Secrets I had presented at a workshop he had just attended, and he let her go and turned himself in to the police. The Five Secrets literally saved her life. And yet, many of us stubbornly refuse to use the Five Secrets with family, friends and loved ones. Why do we fight against the very tools that would rapidly bring us peace, love and joy? And what can we do about our own internal “resistance”? The “inner” and “outer” solutions: Whenever you are involved in a conflict with someone, there are two battles raging at the same time. One is the “inner battle” with your own negative thoughts, telling you that you're no good, or that the other person is to blame, and the voice that powerfully urges you to do battle. We approach the “inner battle” with the familiar Daily Mood Log, that helps you pinpoint the distorted messages you are giving yourself. You will see that those messages—the way you talk to yourself when you're upset—are loaded with distortions; such as All-or-Nothing Thinking, Overgeneralizations, Mental Filtering, Discounting the Positive, Mind-Reading, Labeling, Should Statements and Hidden Should Statements, Emotional Reasoning, Other-Blame, and more.In today's session, we do battle with Zeina's distorted thoughts with the Externalization of Voices, arguably one of the most powerful psychotherapy tools ever created. The EAR Checklist / Relationship Journal. The “outer battle” involves the words you use when you respond to the other person's criticisms of you. Here we use the Relationship Journal, another super powerful tools that allows you to analyze your own statements with the EAR Checklist and see the shocking reality that you are creating the very conflict that you are complaining about so vigorously. This involves one of the “Great Death” of the self, which can be profoundly painful, but it also leads to liberation from your self-created misery and the chance for renewed love and connection with the person you feel so alienated from. Two-hour sessions. You can do far more in a single, two-hour session than in many 50 minute sessions scheduled at weekly intervals. I have often said that this is how I always do therapy, and if you have some therapy skills, this model is vastly more effective and cost-effective as well. It puts you under pressure to accomplish something today, right now, and not in the vague or distant future. Uncovering Techniques. You will see how you can use the Man from Mars Technique to uncover more of your patient's negative thoughts and core beliefs. This is just another way of doing the classical “Individual Downward Arrow Technique” that I developed way back in the 1970s. The Acceptance Paradoxes. There is a great deal of talk these days about Acceptance is being an important key in many schools of psychotherapy. But what is acceptance, and how do we teach it to our patients and colleagues? Today's session with Zeina, who has a great interest in Buddhist philosophy and practices, illustrates one of more than 20 paths to acceptance, and this one in particular will teach you the steps in accepting others, especially when you are desperately trying to change them and you are insisting that they “shouldn't” be the way they are! Self-acceptance is always about grasping a gigantic paradox—and that's why I've always called it the Acceptance Paradox, which states: Accepting yourself as you are, warts and all, is actually the greatest change a human being can make. Can you see why this is a paradox? It's because the very moment you accept yourself, everything about you and your world will appear to change. Now here's another acceptance paradox we will explore today. The very moment when you accept another person exactly as she or he is, that person will suddenly change. Of course, that is the exact opposite of what we usually do when we desperately keep trying to “change” them, a strategy that actually forces them to be the very monster you are trying so hard to destroy. By the way, do you know what the plural form of paradox is, when you combine Self- and Other-Acceptance? The plural form is called the Acceptance Paradise. T = Testing is crucial! You cannot do truly effective therapy without the T = Testing. You will find out EXACTLY how effective—or ineffective—you are in every session with every patient. When you listen to the podcasts, you can ask yourself questions like these: How effective are Jill and David being? Will they get good empathy and helpfulness ratings from Zeina? Will we see any reductions in Zeina's powerful negative feelings at the start of the session? Will she make a breakthrough in her relationship with her mother? At the end of the session, you will see the answers to these questions. And if you're a therapist, that kind of powerful and precise information will allow you to grow and learn as a therapist, especially if you approach the information with humility and respect for yourself and your patients. There is almost no limit to the evolution of your therapist skills if you use the T = Testing model I have developed. There is almost no chance for personal growth if you do not use these or similar assessment tools. However, the price of growth is steep. You have to be willing to see your own failures and errors at every session with every patient, and this will often be painful. But this is the pain that can lead to your own personal transformation along with the blossoming of your own superb therapy skills. Today, in Part 1 of the Zeina session, you will hear the T = Testing and E = Empathy parts of the session. Next week, in Part 2, you will hear the very brief A = Assessment of Resistance, which really only included the “Miracle Cure Question: ”What, really, are you, Zeina, hoping for in tonight's session?” You will also hear the amazing M = Methods portion, which will start with Forced Empathy, followed by Externalization of Voices and Five Secrets Practice, along with the final T = Testing and homework assignments for Zeina following the session. Rhonda, Jill, Zeina and I hope you enjoy the podcasts and learn a great deal from them. And we all want to thank you, Zeina for your courageous and brilliant work, sharing your inner self so openly and generously. I believe that sessions like the one our fans will witness today and next week have the potential to provide hope and healing to people around the world, not only today, but for decades to come. At least, that is my hope! I also want to thank you, Jill, for your extraordinary teaching and clinical skills, and for your brilliance and warmth. Thank you for tuning in! Rhonda, Zeina, and David Here is a follow-up note from Zeina Hello David, Jill, and the Tuesday group, Boy, do I have an update for you all! So, at first, I struggled, and I was very worried to have to potentially send an update to the group that may have been disappointing. On Saturday, I saw my mom, and I shared with her the insights that I had in our session. She was appreciative, but I didn't feel very connected to her. I had talked with her about this while she and I were on a walk, and I wondered if maybe walking while talking was taking away some of the intimacy or connection that might have happened if we had been looking at each other while talking. I also noticed that while I was externally behaving somewhat better if my mom criticized me, internally, I still hadn't progressed very far. I would still feel very distant from her; and I still wasn't doing the five secrets. Today, on Sunday, I saw my mom again. While she did not criticize me, we still got into a little bit of an argument. I was a bit angry, but as I let myself cool off, I noticed myself feeling incredibly sad inside--like a sadness that had been building and building over the past few weeks. I tried to talk with my mom about it, but she resisted at first. We had a project that we were working on together today and she thought it would be better if we talked on another day and got back to our project; I insisted, however, and asked that we please talk today. I did not realize it at the time, but I think I had some major hidden emotion stuff happening with my mom (more on this later, perhaps some hidden sadness that was masquerading as anger). I shared with her that I had felt incredibly sad and genuinely worried about our relationship. I recently moved in order to live closer to her and see her more often, but I had noticed that almost every time she came over to visit me at my new place, we would get into an argument at least once. I shared that these arguments had really been weighing on me and worrying me. I also told her that I noticed that we would get into arguments when we were at my place, but not as much when I visited her at her place, maybe because I am so particular about how I like things to be at my place. She, then, said in a very gentle and loving way, "I think ‘particular' about your space is the operative word here." I realized that she was totally right, and I was so pleasantly surprised by how gentle and loving she was when she said it. Feeling encouraged by how the conversation was going, I shared more and said that I had noticed that I had become more sensitive around our arguments lately and that I was feeling very disconnected from her, and I didn't know how to get reconnected with her. I also shared that I had been feeling lonely in my life in general lately and made a guess that maybe my loneliness was making me expect more from our relationship. Additionally, I also guessed that I might be feeling more drained emotionally because I am doing more hours of therapy per week than I have ever done in my life, and maybe I had yet to find the right balance of how to recreate and regenerate my energy in my off-hours. I shed many tears all throughout this whole conversation. I checked in with myself and noticed that I was feeling more connected to my mom, but there felt like there was still more, particularly about my loneliness. This next paragraph might seem like a major tangent, but hang in there!--I promise it is all connected :) Then, I switched gears a little bit to share with her a different conversation and insight I had had in the past week or so about my recent feelings of loneliness. I had been having a conversation with my very dear friend, James, about how I had been feeling lonely, but was not feeling as drawn to connecting with most of my girlfriends, but only really drawn to my guy friends. Initially, I thought it was a male-female difference, but then I noticed that I was feeling drawn to my new friend Leigh Harrington, who is female. I realized that maybe the difference had more to do with the fact that almost all my male friends and Leigh were quite funny and playful people, whereas most of my girlfriends were more serious people. As for myself, I tend to be a more serious person and am not as funny or playful as many people. I realized that I was relying on other people for my laughter, playfulness and fun, rather than learning how to create that myself. Having just done some flirting training with Matthew May earlier that week, I saw that humor, like flirting, can be a learned skill and might have more to do with a willingness to take risks than an innate quality that people either have or don't have. I was feeling excited that I could learn to be funnier and flirtier and create more laughter in my life, instead of relying on other funny people for this. I shared all of this with my mom. She then went on to make a further connection that really blew me away. She said, "I bet if you start to be funnier and create more laughter for yourself and others, you will also start to feel less lonely." It felt so true! The times I feel most connected to people are when I am laughing with them. THIS is the kind of relationship and connection with my mom that I had been missing lately--when I share deeply with her and, because she knows me so well, she is able to further my insight and understanding of myself and help me to grow. I feel so connected to her now. I realize now that I think part of my resistance to using the 5 secrets with my mom was maybe a hidden emotion component--I had these deep feelings and worries about our relationship; I was confused if moving closer to her had actually helped our relationship or if it was harming it, and I was genuinely missing these kinds of deep, connecting conversations with her, which we had not had in a while. My mom has been hanging out at my place all day today and now I notice myself being easily loving and patient with her and my being "particular" about my things and my space has vanished--at least temporarily! There are a lot of take-aways for me from this whole thing, but one of the biggest ones is that I think I was trying to do five secrets without really fully going into my "I feel" statements as much as I needed to--I feel statements are often the secret that I neglect the most as a person and as a therapist. So, to connect to what we are doing this week in class, I think I would make a guess that when I ignore the five secret that I need to do the most and struggle with, it can hamper my ability to do the rest of the five secrets effectively and genuinely. I could write a lot more about all of this, but I think I will stop here for now. I hope this wasn't too confusing as I know I touched on a lot of different things. Thank you all for your time and attention. I'm open to comments or questions. Warmly, Zeina Here is a reply to Zeina from one of the Stanford Tuesday group members Gosh! Zeina, this is beautiful and so straight from the heart. Takes immense courage to do a deep dive in exploring oneself. I have been marveling at how meticulously you‘ve sifted through and worked towards addressing the different dimensions of the relationship between you and your mum. You are also an amazing raconteur, you've brought out the subtle nuances so beautifully! Your mail took me on an emotional roller coaster ride. It was such a compelling read and had me as a captive co-traveler, holding my breath, and crossing my fingers! I loved your insights on the “I feel”. Reading that was a personal breakthrough for me, where my relationship with my mum is concerned. That's exactly what is missing in our relationship too … whoaaaaa! I just don't share my feelings with her! I love how you were able to do that though, because I can feel this huge wave of resistance engulfing me, despite my insight. I know I'm not yet ready to take the next step! Funny, how tough it can be to be vulnerable before one's own mom! More power to you Zeina for ‘daring greatly' and taking the next step after the Tuesday class. Also, for keeping us posted and for sharing with us in such a detailed manner, and in the process, helping us all learn and grow. Deep regards for your mum as well. She comes across as a tenacious mother of a tenacious daughter … if I may say so. Warmly, Nivedita. Here is a second follow-up from Zeina. Hello David, Jill and Tuesday group, I just wanted to send another update as my relationship with my mom has continued to evolve in quite beautiful and magical ways since I sent this last email.  It seems to me that maybe she has stopped criticizing me entirely--I'm not quite sure.  Maybe I need to pay more attention.  Perhaps if she does criticize me, she does it in a gentler way or maybe I am less sensitive to it.  All I know is that she has been wonderfully supportive of me in these past few weeks and we have not gotten into a single argument.  Our relationship suddenly seems easy in a way that I have never experienced before.  I am so profoundly grateful.  I know that we will probably relapse at some point and this may not last forever, but, now I know this is possible.  Now, I know my way back here.  I have always wanted a relationship like this with my mother, and I always thought it wasn't possible because of who she was as a person. Little did I know that to have the mother I always wanted, I needed to do the changing. I knew that the 5 secrets were powerful, but I had thought that their power was more confined to a single interaction or the moment when you use them.  I don't know that I have been especially good at practicing the 5 secrets with my mom lately, yet the effect seems to keep lasting and lasting. I am truly speechless at the profound transformation that has happened.  Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I would love any responses! Zeina Here is some of the feedback from the training group in the section, “What did you like the best about today's training session?” Jill's thoughtfulness in selecting the Forced Empathy technique over the Relationship Journal. Jill looked at what had worked in the past for Zeina and saw it as a potential strategy for her current concerns and the result was tremendously positive. I loved the training! I loved watching forced empathy and I began to empathize with a close relative simply by watching Zeina empathize with her mom. I was crying throughout. It is hard to describe how touched I was Zeina's honesty and her responses to forced empathy was amazing! Amazing personal work. Entire session was great learning experience for me. How Forced Empathy brought the shift in Zeina's way of thinking. I really enjoy witnessing the live sessions including this one with Zeina. Seeing how the totality of the model comes together in real time with the clinician's judgment and intuition guiding the specific process is really enlightening and seeing someone's beliefs shift in real time is very inspiring and moving. It was a really nice way to re-join the larger group and I'm glad to hear that went into David's thinking in scheduling it. I really like the Forced Empathy. Zeina had a lot of resistance at the beginning. However, She shed tears during doing the Forced Empathy. I also like the role reversal when doing the Externalization voices. I can always learn how to deal with the difficulties of life from David and Jill's wisdom. The whole thing was so great. I was really moved by the forced empathy. I always LOVE seeing forced empathy modeled to get better at this complex skill, and I am also, like many others, almost always blown away with how powerful it is. I also thought this was a great example of multiple paths (individual mood and relationship work) and multiple methods being all used in one two-hour session so skillful and masterful. I loved the open ended approach and the ongoing exploration until the goal was formed/explored/ discovered. For me, it was a demonstration of trust in the process. I especially liked David's "The Man From Mars" that seemed to me an amazing tool with sorting out the mess of relationship work. I also loved Forced Empathy especially here with the work on mother daughter's relationship. I am really intrigued to explore it for myself in regard to my relationship with my parents and my daughter. Seeing the whole encounter with Zeina and seeing how Jill and David thought through it together, it was all so organic and incredible to witness Very helpful to see the progression of the session. Zeina's session has been a gift not only to us, but also to our mothers. Forced empathy felt like a pivot point in treatment and I loved that Z was able to go deep and connect with her mother's feelings. I have plans to travel and visit my mother next month and have been feeling anxious about it. I was reminded of the unconditional love of a mother that is beautiful and spiritual. David and Jill did amazing and transformational work. This is so inspiring! I liked everything and how the methods and techniques were woven together very skillfully. Personal work is really the best and so gratifying to see. David made a comment at the end about how it would help with motivation to use the skills and work more on them after seeing them in action and I do agree with his comment even if I'm totally not paraphrasing correctly. I LOVE personal work because it bring these skills to life in a way that role plays don't. and of course, it's all the better that someone gets a personal benefit, that's all good too. David and Jill did an amazing job again! However, Zeina's honesty and vulnerability was the greatest gift during this session. I could relate to her struggle as well, so I was extra impressed about her determination to work on this issue. It was amazing personal work for me. I feel so grateful for this experience. This was another example of the "magic" of TEAM, especially when the therapists are the incredibly skilled Jill and David. What a great, vulnerable and poignant example of relationship issues with a parent. I was very impressed and moved by the power of the Forced Empathy technique. By Zeina's ability to feel into the point of view of her mother, and her insights and connections, especially around how the times of criticism can be seen as opportunities for greater acceptance and love. Moving and really beautiful personal work!!! I was moved to tears when Zeina cried her mother's tears during the Forced Empathy exercise and said "I need her to accept me as I am." Wow--that was so powerful! And as for so many others, this experience felt super relevant and helpful to me for one of my own important relationships, and I'm feeling excited to try out Sergio's approach on my own loved one. Forced Empathy: I loved all of it! So helpful and informative to witness live work. I immediately got why the “what's my grade?” question was skipped (since the use of the Forced empathy technique had yielded such powerful results). I am eager to try this with a particular client who is having similar issues with their mom. On a more personal level, I felt extremely close to Zeina and seeing how vulnerable and open she was willing to be. This has melted away a lot of my resistance in using the 5 secrets with my own mom. Thank you Zeina! I liked seeing the "visitor from Mars" used to uncover Zeina's thoughts when David was having trouble understanding what the issue was. It was great to see David feeling a little "lost" and see how he worked through that. Watching the Forced Empathy technique was amazing! I also appreciated when Jill offered several options for which direction to go and explained her rationale. I found it to be a helpful learning moment and also liked the warmth that came across. I saw my mom's critical behavior as coming from love-brought tears. Same for my Dad Zeina did really powerful and enlightening work! It was also a great learning experience to observe David & Jill. I have enjoyed listening to and learning wonderful techniques from Jill and David. I can definitely relate to parent's/child criticism conflict myself, so I have learned some methods of effective communication, empathy skills, especially the opposite empathy (where you step into the shoes of a person you have a conflict with) and learn to empathize strongly vs feeling frustrated and having blame thoughts I love every time we do personal work. I always learn and grow so much personally and professionally. Thank you, Zeina for this amazing gift, and thank you, David and Jill for your masterful work. I loved every moment of it! Amazing personal work! I enjoyed the entire process. I appreciated the partnership between David and Jill. I so appreciated Zeina's work and vulnerability. I like David's creative way of doing the Ind. Downward arrow using "man from Mars" perspective. I liked getting to see, again, the power of Forced Empathy, as it illuminated how we create the very behavior in the other, that we then complain about. I loved how Zeina surrendered to doing the Forced Empathy exercise with such wonderful openness. I loved the seamless way Dr Burns and Jill moved between the methods. And Zeina's courage to be vulnerable. Had an aha moment myself - of course her mother will criticize her because the last thing she wants is for Zeina to have disastrous finances like her own. It shows deep love and caring Another Master Class! I loved watching David and Jill working with Zeina. Change the Focus is just an amazing Method. I appreciate Zeina's vulnerable disclosures. Such generosity is much appreciated. This is an amazing group, and I feel privileged to learn from such sophisticated practitioners, who are so generous with their insights and decades' worth experiences. Some days I just can't believe my luck to be with such heartfelt, dedicated, compassionate and wise folks! I very specifically like seeing a long personal work session...the big picture seeing the whole session. Thank you! I learned so very much and how things smooth into each other as session progresses. It was great seeing Forced Empathy demonstrated as I've never seen it before and learned so much from the overall training with Zeina, David and Jill. So glad Zeina was willing to be so vulnerable; really appreciated at the end when she said she felt pressure to empathize with her mom if she was vulnerable with her and mom laid it on thick, was wondering the same exact thing in that very moment! Loved how David diffused that for her and put less pressure on how she would handle it! So grateful to be part of this awesome group where I am growing and learning every moment! The hi quality demonstration of Five Secrets empathy by David and Jill Jill's patience. David waiting for AHA MOMENTS and pointing them out and best of all ZEINA! Personal work is always insightful. I really like the forced empathy technique. I also enjoyed the display of creativity and flexibility of the team model. Amy would regularly explain that it was a model to be used creatively and it's exciting to know there is so much to learn. It can be adapted to each individual. Viewing therapy as a series of skills to learn rather than a step-by-step instructional book is what makes me really love TEAM. Loved how Dr Burns used the individual downward arrow so seamlessly during the empathy phase. Dr Burns empathy too was spot on when he said to Zeina that "she could not lean on her Mom." This one line was really powerful for me and resonated deeply. Loved Jill's internal solution as well as the forced empathy option along with the option of working on the good reasons not to do the 5 secrets. Jill was on a roll with her empathy ... "feels like you're walking on eggshells and don't know what will hurt her." I also liked Jill's disclosure about the times she gets critical with her boys are times when she is most concerned about them. Also liked Jill highlighting how Zeina practicing the Five Secrets was not working at a point because she was not using enough feeling empathy unlike as when doing the Forced Empathy  

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Building Theology & Tactics: Spec Ops Vet Nate Spearing's Assessment of Uvalde, TX Shooting [CrossPolitic Show]

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 46:35