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Part 1Stephanie Samuels is a psychotherapist who works exclusively with police officers. Ms. Samuels has lectured all over the country on PTSD and vicarious trauma, including undiagnosed PTSD and the fallout from departmental silence after officers are involved in critical incidents as well as how traumatic pasts play a part in an officer's career. Ms. Samuels is part of a renowned National Research Team looking into the role concussions play in the mental health of law enforcement officers and the potential connection to suicide. Ms. Samuels went on to create two law enforcement officer hotlines. She is the Founder and Director of COPLINE, Inc., the first Confidential National Law Enforcement Officers' Hotline in the country answered by retired officers. She is the general partner of The Counseling and Critical Incident Debriefing Center, LLC, which specializes in debriefing and long-term counseling of first responders and their families. She taught at the Monmouth County Police Academy for 16 years and has been a guest lecturer at The FBI Academy in Quantico. Ms. Samuels was hired after the Boston Bombing as the Clinical Director of the Boston Police Department Peer Support Unit and co-founded the LEADER (Law Enforcement Active Duty Emergency Responder) Program at Harvard's McLean Hospital. Ms. Samuels has co-authored Under the Blue Shadow: Clinical and Behavioral Perspectives on Police Suicide with Dr. John Violanti Ms. Samuels writes the "Dear Steph" column for the New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police Newspaper. Ms. Samuels got her Bachelors degree from UCLA, a Masters degree in Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and a Masters degree in Social Work from Rutgers University, New Brunswick.Find Stephanie SamuelsCopLineFind Amanda ColemanIrish AngelAmanda InstagramIrish Angel InstagramTwitterFind The Suffering PodcastThe Suffering Podcast InstagramKevin Donaldson InstagramMike Failace InstagramBuzzsproutApple PodcastSpotifyFacebookTikTokYouTubeThe Suffering Podcast FamilyToyota of HackensackBetterHelp Discount Code SufferingGo to Betterhelp.com/Suffering for 10% off your first month.Support the showThe Suffering Podcast Instagram Kevin Donaldson Instagram TikTok YouTube
On the final catch up of the year, Hughesy has a bone to pick with his producing team, we hand the baton to the summer breakfast team and what have you been given by your parents that is PRICELESS.Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jake Holehouse | President and CEO of HH Insurance GroupJake Holehouse is the President of HH Insurance in St. Petersburg, FL. He founded HH Insurance with his father, Ron Holehouse, in June 2018 and they have experienced rapid growth since the agency has opened. Jake grew up in the insurance industry working for his father's agency throughout high school, Holehouse Insurance in St. Petersburg, FL. After graduating from Florida State University, Jake worked for American Strategic Insurance (ASI) as a national account manager, specializing in the national home builder accounts. Following ASI, he decided to work alongside his father again at Holehouse Insurance. They grew the business at an astronomical rate, eventually selling the agency to Regions Insurance, an affiliate of Regions Financial Corporation. Following Regions Insurance, Jake worked at Heritage Insurance Holdings as an Executive Vice President of Business Development and assisted in product expansion from 3 states to 13 states. Seeing the opportunity of opening a new independent agency, Jake opened HH Insurance in June 2018. HH Insurance has rapidly grown in 5 years from 3 team members to a team of over 45 and continues to win multiple service and sales awards. In Jake's time at Florida State University, he earned a Bachelors and Masters degree in Risk Management and Insurance. Jake sits as an advisor to the risk management and insurance program at Florida State University, as well as multiple local community service positions.
Daisy's sports news, Brig's wildest headline, North Melbourne President Dr Sonja Hood, Alan 'Big Sauce' Williams from SEM Phoenix, Daisy's Apology, The Rush Hour's best Moments of 2023 - #2, Peter Hitchener's farewell, what's the worst thing your partner's made you do?, Brig reflects on the TV dating show Perfect Match, The Bachelors in studio, what did Brig say to Daisy that has him upset?, Brig's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Married at First Sight's Seb Guilhaus set to move home detention locations following drug trafficking arrest! The Bachelors' Wesley Senna Cortes' ‘REAL' job has been uncovered and it's controversial AF! The Channel 7 reality star accused of child sex crimes has been slapped with 40 additional charges! PLUS LOTS MORE! Want more of the latest gossip? Get EXTRA hot tea on SO DRAMATIC! EXTRA via PATREON and APPLE! Visit SO DRAMATIC! ONLINE and sign up for our VIP list! Keep up to date with the latest on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, TIKTOK, TWITTER and the FACEBOOK GROUP! Got a tip? Contact: email@example.com! Want to partner with us? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Talking Strange records Live at the Ethereal Horror Fest in Austin, Texas, to ask the question, “How has horror influenced paranormal beliefs, and how has the paranormal changed horror?” What role has The Exorcist played in reshaping beliefs and the genre? what films have forced people to stretch theories? And how does paranormal reality-TV fit in the picture? Joining host Aaron Sagers for this episode recorded in front of an audience are the following guests: Greg Lawson http://www.greglawson.org/ Lawson has spent much of his adult life exploring strange pl ces. From the first Russian colony in Three Saints Bay, Alaska to the pyramids of Egypt, he has explored paranormal hot spots in over 40 countries. He is a career law enforcement officer with over 31-years of experience. He has worked as a hostage negotiator, SWAT officer, mental health investigator, and as a sex crimes and homicide detective. Greg is an international lecturer and the author of five books on the paranormal: Detecting Paranormal, Diaries of a Paranormalist, How to Be a Paranormal Detective, and Roswell: the After-Action Report. His latest work: Messages from Mothman, opens new avenues of interpreting premonitions and paranormal experiences. Meredith Johns https://hawgfly.com/ is a makeup and FX Makeup Artist based in Austin, TX. She is co-owner of Hawgfly Productions, Inc. and has been a professional makeup artist for over 20 years. Some of her many accomplishments include 2nd in the World Bodypainting Festival for FX Makeup, 4th in the World Bodypainting Festival for SFX Bodypainting, and an Emmy Nomination for Key Makeup for the movie Temple Grandin. She has worked on many films including Machete, Machete Kills, Friday the 13th, Blood Fest, Teeth, and Stoker. In addition, you can see her work on several TV series including Mr. Mercedes, The Son, Walker TX Ranger, The Leftovers, and The Long Road Home. Stephen Belyeu https://www.thenightowlpodcast.com/ is an Austin-based filmmaker, storyteller and podcaster. He received his Bachelors in Film & Media Studies from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in 2005. Stephen has taught filmmaking and storytelling in Austin through organizations such as Totally Cool Totally Art, Austin School of Film, and the Austin Film Society. His debut feature film DIG won the Narrative Feature Audience Award at the 2010 Austin Film Festival. Stephen has also served as Film Competition Programmer and Young Filmmakers Program Director for the Austin Film Festival.In 2017, Stephen launched his independently produced series, The Night Owl Podcast, which has won BEST PODCAST in the Austin Chronicle's readers' poll in 2019, 2021, and 2023. Brandon Hodge MysteriousPlanchette.com is an author, collector, and historian specializing in the history of writing planchettes, talking boards, and other spirit communication devices. Long fascinated by the world of tipping tables, séances, Spiritualism, and ghostly encounters, Brandon is a leading scholar in the occult field whose expertise is consulted by museums and institutions worldwide. Brandon has served as on-air talent for dozens of popular radio and television programs, and his research and his séance artifact collection were featured on both Science Channel's hit show Oddities and the Travel Channel's Ouija-related "Patience Worth" episode of Mysteries at the Museum. Brandon's research on Spiritualism history has appeared in the pages of the Smithsonian Magazine, and his popular Ghosts in the Machines column appears every quarter in the pages of the Magazine of the Society for Psychical Research. Brandon owns the world's finest collection of writing planchettes and other séance-related devices, all featured on his popular website, MysteriousPlanchette.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Richard Moore discuss the history of the New Apostolic Reformation, distinctives of New Apostolic teaching and theology, the NAR's broad influence on evangelicalism, along with offering a biblical and theological response to this movement, and things to look out for in churches influenced by the New Apostolic Reformation.What you'll hear in this episodeThe new American Gospel documentary and supporting American Gospel.History of the New Apostolic Reformation.The Passion Translation and the problems with its translation theory and erroneous theology.Distinctives of New Apostolic teaching and theology.The New Apostolic Reformation's broad influence on evangelicals.A response to the New Apostolic Reformation.Things to watch out for in churches influenced by New Apostolic reformation.About Today's GuestRichard P. Moore is an evangelist, youth pastor, and missionary in Germany since 2014. He is an experienced youth pastor and preacher. He's been in church ministry for over 20 years. He has his Bachelors in Youth Ministry and Theology and Masters of Leadership, Evangelism, and Discipleship from Columbia International University. He is currently pursuing a PhD at Bakke Graduate University. He is author of “Divergent Theology: An Inquiry Into the Theological Characteristics of the Word of Faith Third Wave Movement and The New Apostolic Reformation,” which has been translated into German called, “Entwurzelt: Aktuelle christliche Irrtümer.” Richard's podcast is called “CHURCHepreneurs.”He is married to Simone with three children together, Ana, Lydia, and Caleb. He is a youth communicator, church planting speaker, and theologian. His vision is to see youth come to know, worship, and obey Jesus authentically. Check out Richard's ministry at his website www.richardpmoore.netAnd podcast on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/@richardm23His recent article on the New Apostolic Reformation in the Evangelical Review of Theology can be read here:https://theology.worldea.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/ERT-47-2.pdfSubscribing, sharing, and your feedbackYou can subscribe to Equipping You in Grace via iTunes, Google Play, or your favorite podcast catcher. If you like what you've heard, please consider leaving a rating and share it with your friends (it takes only takes a second and will go a long way to helping other people find the show). You can also connect with me on Twitter at @davejjenkins, on Facebook, or via email to share your feedback.Thanks for listening to this episode of Equipping You in Grace!
Dr. Michael Hennes is a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine and Board-Certified Chiropractic Neurologist at The Neural Connection. He received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University, graduating with both his Doctorate and Bachelors's in Human Biology. Prior to this, he studied Human Biology at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Dr. Hennes currently holds a Diplomate in Functional Neurology from the American Chiropractic Neurology Board and is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist through the Brain Injury Association of America. He has completed thousands of hours of additional post-graduate coursework. He has a special interest in neurological rehabilitation, neurochemistry, and nutrition and working with traumatic brain injury, concussion, vestibular disorders, and migraine disorders. https://theneuralconnection.com/about-us/ Enjoying this podcast? Consider supporting it with just $5 through www.buymeacoffee.com/amyz
Rabiah Asif, MPH is a Mobile Testing Supervisor at City of Philadelphia - Department of Public Health. She has over five years of experience as a prevention practitioner and is a health equity advocate, a data driven innovator. She was awarded the 2022, top 25 Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health alumni.She conferred a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Rutgers University with an additional health administration certificate and then got her Master of Public Health in Community Health and Prevention at Drexel University.Join Our Email BlastFull Episode ShownotesConnect with guestFollow The Public Health Millennial on InstagramConnect with Omari on LinkedInChapters:@0:00 Episode Teaser@1:30 Rabiah Asif, MPH@3:40 Identify and personal background@5:03 Contact Tracing During Covid19, a Systemic Public Health Failures@13:40 What is public health?@15:00 Bachelors in Public Health at Rutgers University@18:44 Mental health toll@21:45 Undergrad experiences@29:02 School Choice as first generation student@30:15 Undergrad takeaways@30:55 Project Assistant at Mathematica@32:33 Master of Public Health At Drexel University@34:13 MPH experiences@38:04 MPH Takeaways@40:45 Health Educator with Lawrence Township Health Department@44:00 Covid19 Response & Contact Tracing Coordinator at City of Philadelphia Department of Public Health@47:48 Mobile Testing Supervisor at City of Philadelphia Department of Public Health@50:10 Mobile Testing Presenting at APHA@55:56 Future predictions & connect @57:13 The Furious Five @1:01:45 Share, Like, SupportSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
Two My Mum, Your Dad stars previously dated! My mum's run-in with Love Island's Ben Richardson! More proof Love Island's Tyra Johannes and Kale Roberts are still going strong IRL! The Challenge's sham influencer Suzan Mutesi is up to her old tricks again! Big Brother's Tully Smyth's new boyfriend is also a reality TV star! Big Brother's Louis Phillips goes public with his new girlfriend! Piping hot tea about the upcoming series of The Bachelors! The karma bus is coming for Nakia Piers on Love Island after brutally ditching Kale! Victoria Montano's diva antics on the Real Housewives of Sydney! Married at First Sight's Alyssa Barmonde drops a bombshell about her 'relationship' with Love Triangle's Alan Wallace and LEAKS some damning TEXTS! PLUS LOTS MORE! Want more of the latest gossip? Get EXTRA hot tea on SO DRAMATIC! EXTRA via PATREON and APPLE! Visit SO DRAMATIC! ONLINE and sign up for our VIP list! Keep up to date with the latest on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, TIKTOK, TWITTER and the FACEBOOK GROUP! Got a tip? Contact: email@example.com! Want to partner with us? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode, Scott interviews Ron Wilson, the drummer and musical director for the American pop singer/songwriter, Lou Christie. He has graced the stage with iconic artists such as Darlene Love, Gary U.S. Bonds, Gloria Gaynor, Leslie Gore, Dave Valentin, and Bill Charlap, just to name a few. Ron holds a Master of Music degree from William Paterson University in New Jersey, and a Bachelors degree in Percussion Performance from the State University of New York at Purchase. When not performing live, he keeps busy with recording sessions, teaching and composing. Ron is a published composer who has scored movie soundtracks, composed works for chamber ensemble, concert band, jazz ensembles as well as commercial music. His popular method book, “Groovin' Rudiments: For Drum Set”, is published through melbay.com, and available on Amazon and at local music stores. This multi-talented artist and musical director certainly GOT CHOPS! Follow Ron on Website: https://www.ronwilson.net/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronwilsonmusic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ron.wilson Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronwilsonmusic YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ronwilson5265 Mel Bay: https://www.melbay.com/Author/Default.aspx?AuthorId=164897 Follow Got Chops on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gotchopspodcast/ Listen to Got Chops Podcast on - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6Pjh7tC3aTpeMFEhmn4fp4?si=699ae5b84e544cb5 - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/got-chops/id1587699754 - Anchor: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gotchops - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp5wwP8DvMPkqI4VM2VMlcufn6a-CzlHM Follow Scott on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottgrimaldimusic/ Website: www.grimaldimusic.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6DKn05Vy0ABShIU37u58vR --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gotchops/message
Margo Watson and Ann Takasaki are joined by Kathie Horman, LaReita Berky, and Dennis Lifferth to discuss the Model of Powerful Impact and the power of charitable giving. “Charity, being charitable, is critical to our well being, our soul, who we are as people, and being part of the human race.” - Margo Watson “I have MS, and I struggle with it, but I'm doing great. And I thought I can give what I can while I still can. And so it's been a real joy to me… I just love doing it, is what it boils down to.” - Kathie Horman “When you meet these people who come in with different objectives, some are providing for others and some are picking them (computers) up, and you see the spark of hope and happiness in their lives, it just makes you want to do it again. … And so I'm grateful for this idea, that within each person is this spark of divinity. And if we can see that and help them feel better when they leave, with a little more confidence, it makes this effort well worthwhile.” - Dennis Lifferth “I know we have a duty. That's true. We all have a duty to help one another. But there's more to it than just a duty. There's the feeling that comes when we're of service to somebody else.” - Dennis Lifferth “It takes a lot of people to make a system work, and they all make a very important contribution.” - Dennis Lifferth “This is an actual part of our family mode. This is what we do. We help. We help where we can help, when we can help, with what we can help with.” - LaReita Berky “Some people are able to give large donations. Some give small, some just give monthly, and some just give frequent flier miles. I mean, there's all kinds of ways to donate.” - Margo Watson “I've given a lot of time. And when I developed MS, I could no longer play my violin … so I donated it to a student who didn't have one. And she's been so thrilled. … There are definitely ways you can help. Sometimes it's just a pat on the back or a hug.” - Kathie Horman “The main body of human beings on this earth are so grateful to be tied to each other through family.” - Ann Takasaki “When people think, “donation,” the immediate thought is cash, right? Card, cash, check. But there's so many other types of donations. There's the in-kind donations, which is what Dennis is doing with the laptops. There's, for our organization, we receive book donations because our focus is literacy, because we believe that when a woman is empowered and knows how to read, then that changes her life and her family's trajectory, of what's going to become of them. You know, reading opens up a world of possibilities.” - LaReita Berky “Receiving donations for what an organization is needing, not just cash, cash is always appreciated, but for what specifically an organization needs, not just what you think they need, but ask, “What do you need?” That's one of the greatest things.” - LaReita Berky “Other ways that people can donate besides the money … is time. Is there something that you can do to help the organization with donating an hour or two a week or more if you are able?” - LaReita Berky “I think one of the fears people have in donating their time is they don't feel like they're qualified, when in fact, the one on one is very simple, just to listen, just to help. Most people are grateful for any attention they may receive. … To volunteer doesn't take money, doesn't take thing, but sometimes it's just your time and your interest in that person.” - Dennis Lifferth “It combats depression when you see that you can help somebody else. It combats self absorption. It just makes you a better person when you can help somebody else realize their dreams.” - Margo Watson Margo Watson is the Director of Outreach Marketing and Fundraising for Big Ocean Women. Her background is quite diverse. She has a Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communications and Music. Her dynamic talents led her first to critically acclaimed performances in countless Theater and Concert stages around the country as a soprano soloist and lead actress which included musicals, opera, operetta, orchestral works, comedies, movies, commercials and on-camera TV host. These experiences helped prepare her later as a young widow to work in the fields of in-house public relations and marketing for high tech, retail, medical industries and promotion for celebrities, so she could support her young family. Margo has had extensive experience as an on-camera talent, marketing, advertising, public relations-internal and external, public speaking, production, diverse writing for magazines, commercials, press releases, infomercials, books, press kits, speeches and such. She hopes her skills will be useful to help Big Ocean Women spread their mission of empowering women worldwide, through education, training and support, to recognize their divine worth, abilities and capabilities to change their homes, their communities and the world. Margo has six adult children and 9 grandchildren which are the most precious gifts to her. She also loves her dear husband Jay D Blades, her dog Toby and two horses, Noche and Goldie. Ann Takasaki and her husband, Roman are Japanese Americans with three adopted children, also Japanese Americans. This Japanese heritage is not the most important piece of Ann's identity, but it is valued and preserved. Ann also values faith, immediate and extended family relationships, and friendships. Big Ocean Women provides meaningful and important experiences for all of these. Ann strives to give her time to God's work, and sees Big Ocean Women as an important vehicle to do that work. Dennis Lifferth is a Co-founder of Applied Technology Foundation a non-profit doing business as TechCharities. He is the Former Managing Director of LDS Welfare and Humanitarian Services of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President of LDS Charities, and a former secretary to the LDS Presiding Bishopric. He has a PhD in Economics from Iowa State University and is an Assistant Professor at Cornell University. He is married to Margaret R. Lifferth. They are parents of 7 children and 34 grandchildren. LaReita Berky, Vice President of Operations for Families Mentoring Families, is a wife of an entrepreneur, and mother of 6 sons. She graduated 22 years ago from San Francisco Conservatory of Music with a Bachelors of Music in Cello Performance. She had a private studio, performed as principal cellist with the Utah Valley Symphony, Utah Baroque Ensemble, and was the chair for the Utah Valley String Festival for 17 years. All of that changed when in 2016 she started talking with Becky Rogers about Africa and humanitarian work. LaReita has been to Ghana 9 times (as of 2023), each time taking some family members with her. She recently sustained an irreversible ear injury which altered her life course. LaReita now has a Masters of Social Work. She is credentialed as a CSW and works in a clinical setting as a counselor/therapist to help clients embrace their strengths. Then utilizing various research-based methods, including EMDR, LaReita assists clients in moving through their trauma or other difficult life experiences. Her social work education, training, and hands-on experience bring a unique perspective to Families Mentoring Families to achieve their goals. Kathie K. Horman was raised in St. Louis, Missouri and is married to Charles H. Horman. They have four children and thirteen grandchildren. Kathie Graduated from University of Utah with a B.A. in Music with an emphasis in Piano Performance, she earned her teaching certificate in elementary education from the University of Utah and is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. Her life has been filled with public service as a president, chairman, board member, leader, or contributing member to over 40 organizations. She is a dedicated supporter of the arts and has performed in various capacities. Beyond the performing arts, she enjoys creating beauty in many mediums, experiencing life through travel and adventure, and reading. She has been honored by many organizations and received many awards including the Hands and Heart Award twice, Certificate of Recognition for Service and Volunteerism from the State of Utah, and the George Washington Medal of Honor from the Freedoms Foundation.
Today, our guest is Dr. Andrew Jahn. Those of you learning MRI and fMRI analysis - which realistically, should be pretty much all of us - may already know about the amazing resources that he is prodigiously producing online. Starting with "Andy's Brain Blog" in 2012, expanding to videos (over 300 of them), and now his current project, "Andy's Brain Book", Dr. Jahn has been steadily creating a standard and a go-to resource for all of us to learn the nuts and bolts as well as concepts and nuances of processing our data. Dr. Jahn received his Bachelors in Psychology in 2008 from Carleton College, and his Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience at Indiana University in 2015. He did a postdoc at the Haskins Laboratories at Yale University, and is now a professor at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. There he has been given the freedom to expand his extremely valuable teaching resources. In this podcast we discuss how he got started in this, how perhaps failing to get a post-undergraduate position at the NIH started him down this path. We discuss the educational resources that he has been producing, and how he draws upon luminaries from Jaque Barzun to Dave Berry for inspiration. We also discuss the wider issue of education in neuroimaging - what can be taught and what cannot and have an open-ended conversation on the future of neuroimaging as well as some of his own planned future projects. This was a truly fun and enlightening discussion! We hope you enjoy it! Episode producers: Alfie Wearn Omer Faruk Gulban Brain Art Artist: Laura Bundesen Title: Colors of hope
Dr. Annette Padilla, PhD, MPH, sMBA currently works as an Associate at Interim Public Management, Chair, Grants Committee US Dept Health & Human Services, Family and Youth Services Bureau, and a Substitute Teacher Pre-School & K-12 at Mesa Public Schools.She is a drug problem prevention expert using policy and strategic planning to drive forward social justice.She is a Evaluator, Director, Leader, Federal, State, & Local Government Manager & Consultant, a Policy Scientist & Expert Strategic Planner. She conferred a Bachelor in health education then a Master of Public Health at San Diego State University. She got her PhD in Public Policy and Administration, Nonprofit Management and Leadership at Walden University.Join Our Email BlastFull Episode ShownotesConnect with guestFollow The Public Health Millennial on InstagramConnect with Omari on LinkedInChapters:@0:00 episode teaser@1:56 Dr. Annette Padilla, PhD, MPH, sMBA Introduction @3:54 How you identify and personal background@5:02 Drug Policy Expertise@8:00 Insights working with diverse students@11:25 Strategic Planning tips @14:34 What is public health?@16:40 Bachelors in Health Education at San Diego State@20:35 Experiences during undergrad @22:50 Undergrad takeaways @25:40 Master of Public Health at San Diego State University @30:18 Experiences during MPH@32:45 Advice for working with elected officials@33:18 MPH takeaways@35:00 Director at YMCA of Orange County@39:30 Program Coordinator/Student Prevention Coordinator at California State University @41:31 Grassroots Organizer LA County@43:05 Training and technical assistance consultant at IPS@45:51 Data management specialist at SDSU Foundation@49:16 Shifting to consulting work@52:31 PhD in public policy & administration & nonprofit management at Walden University@56:58 Experiences during PhD@58:40 Teaching Business and English overseas@1:04:10 Current roles @1:06:10 Future predictions@1:07:58 The Furious Five@1:12:53 Support The Public Health MillennialSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
If you're wanting to incorporate centers into your music room, Becca Davis is the perfect person to talk to! She's here to share how she prepares students for centers, the four expectations she has for students during centers, some great ideas for setting up centers, and she shares a few favorite center ideas you can use! Be sure to check out her centers freebie in the show notes! Let's talk centers with Becca! Meet Becca: Becca Davis is an elementary music teacher in Savannah, GA. She has a Bachelors from Armstrong State University and has been teaching elementary school ever since. In addition, Becca conducts a 4-5 grade choir in partnership with the Coastal Youth Choirs and sings in a group called iCantori. She loves to help other music teachers engage their students and simplify their lives by providing content and resources to music teachers via her blog, Teachers Pay Teachers store, and her courses. Links: Instagram: @beccasmusicroom Website: https://beccasmusicroom.com/ Teachers Pay Teachers: Becca's Music Room Book: Happier Teacher Life on Amazon Blog Post about Centers Centers Freebie
Chet Knoer has been a lifelong space enthusiast and it all started with a visit to Space Academy at the age of 12. Now understand that As a child, Chet thought that to work in space meant you must be an inventor. They found out later that meant being an engineer. Over the last 8 years, Chet has been a part of the University at Buffalo Nanosatellite Lab (UBNL), starting with integration and testing for the GLaDoS mission. Later they helped build the short cycle lab, and is now in the role of Senior Program Manager at UBNL. Presently Chet is completing their doctoral studies in Aerospace, specializing in Controls and Estimation, with a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering, and a Masters in Material Design Innovation. Outside the lab, Chet is actively involved in supporting UB undergrad. We love Chet's story and think you will as well. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shawna-christenson2/support
What if certain kinds of medication can make it easier to outgrow porn? Christian psychiatrist and author Adam O'Neill unpacks the benefits and drawbacks of supplementing your sexual recovery with medication such as naltrexone. You'll get wisdom about what to expect and how to decide what's right for you. Adam also addresses common objections and concerns about receiving psychiatric assistance with compassion and clarity from a Christ-centered perspective.Here are the case reports Adam mentioned about naltrexone:Internet sex addiction treated with naltrexone - Mayo ClinicNaltrexone in cases of compulsive sexual behaviors - Psychiatrist.comNaltrexone in the treatment of adolescent sexual offenders - National Library of MedicineTreatment Of Compulsive Pornography Use With Naltrexone: A Case Report - American Journal Of PsychiatryCompulsive Sexual Behavior and Alcohol Use Disorder Treated With Naltrexone: A Case Report and Literature ReviewInterested in learning more? Bring your questions to our Live Q&A with Adam O'Neill on Tuesday, November 28th @ 7 PM Eastern Time inside the Husband Material Community.Adam O'Neill is a Certified Physician Assistant who practices Christian Psychiatry in Virginia, where he is licensed to prescribe medications. Adam graduated from Thomas Jefferson University with a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies in 2019. Prior to that, he attended Wheaton College in Illinois, where he earned his Bachelors in Psychology. Learn more about Adam O'Neill & Associates at aoavirginia.comBuy Adam's book (this is a paid link):The Mind After Eden: Psychiatry in a Post-Fall WorldTake the Husband Material Journey... Step 1: Listen to this podcast or watch on YouTube Step 2: Join the private Husband Material Community Step 3: Take the free mini-course: How To Outgrow Porn Step 4: Try the all-in-one program: Husband Material Academy Thanks for listening!
HOW DOES SHE DO IT? 3 gorgeous, curious, healthy, energetic kids, one happy husband, getting an MBA AND Starting a new global business! Victoria Tolbert-Ashley (https://www.linkedin.com/in/vta-ms/) seems to be holding it all together while making everything happen, so I invited her to the show to share her secrets, and she does not disappoint!In this episode we talk aboutHow she's doing it all AND holding it together! (hint: it's all about alignment!)How she relies on her resources rather than doing it aloneWhat true "self care" means, and how to find itCheck out the Champlified website: Champlified.org LinkedIn: Champlified Health and Wellness Solutions,Facebook: Champlified SolutionsIG: Champlified Health and Wellness SolutionsVictoria Tolbert-Ashley is a Warren, Ohio native and currently resides in Chicago, Ill.She holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts with the concentration in FashionDesign/Merchandise Management, Masters of Science in Health Promotion andExercise Science 3. She is certified in Corrective Exercise, Performance Enhancementand Health Nutrition. Victoria is a New York State Board Certified member of InstituteIntegrative Nutrition Holistic Health. She most recently earned her Executive MBA from The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business.Victoria is the founder of Champlified Health and Wellness Solutions, a 501C3 that is an individual consulting firm providing access to scalable capital for marginalizedbusinesses, researching, and providing community engagement in health drivenprograms. Champlified is vital because it gives the opportunity to build organizationsfocused on financial growth, health improvement, and an increasingly solid educationfor a population who doesn't have genuine people fighting for them.Victoria lives with her loves, her husband Andre and three children, Ziva, Dalis andAndre.
Robert is a digitally fluent finance and operations executive (CEO/CFO/COO/CIO) with broad spectrum leadership experience across the enterprise tech, consumer tech, corporate finance, international M&A, tax strategy, wealth management, Bitcoin, and cryptoasset domains. Robert holds a Bachelors of Science in Accounting and Finance and a Master's Degree in Accounting from the University of Tennessee Haslam College of Business. His mission in life is to maximize freedom for humanity. Asking yourself that all-important question "What is Money?" is the rabbit which will lead you down the proverbial rabbit hole of new inquiries, perspectives on socioeconomic reality, and worldview-shattering revelations. Undoubtedly, it is the single most significant question we can ask ourselves in a world drowning in deception. By engaging in deep conversations with a diversity of deep thinkers from all walks of life, we will doggedly pursue this "rabbit" in our relentless hunt for truth. Robert Breedlove is a freedom maximalist, ex-hedge fund manager, and philosopher in the Bitcoin space. To him, Bitcoin is fundamentally a humanitarian movement exposing the greatest con in human history: central banking. By learning about the connection between honest money, entrepreneurship, and civilization, we are renewing hope for the future of humanity. To this end, Robert's mission is to restore freedom, truth, and virtue in our world by tenaciously asking the question: "What is Money?" Timestamps: 00:00:00 Trailer and introduction. 00:02:40 Bitcoin enlightenment. Central banking monopoly. Historical currency manipulation. 00:10:00 Central banks gain absolute power, depreciate currency. 00:14:59 Business issues liabilities for gold; Nixon shock during WWII. 00:17:27 US printing dollars, deficit privilege, gold redemption. Nixon shock. 00:24:15 US dollar: zeros added, inflation burdened, inequality. 00:30:09 Bitcoin preservation as superior money technology. 00:34:56 Bitcoin: the Internet of economic value. 00:40:38 Bitcoin's circular dynamic incentivizes distribution, spending. 00:43:25 Accumulating Bitcoin as a long-term savings. 00:51:27 Unavoidable normality, central banks buy Bitcoin. 00:54:18 Bitcoin undermines the power of the government. 01:00:31 Bitcoin: Immutable property, preserving liberty and life. 01:03:53 Concerns about access to money and food. 01:10:09 Freedom gained by trading stocks, outperforming others. See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
This week we share a conversation with Sarah and Bay Area artist Jamil Hellu. They talked during a shared artist residency at the Space Program in August 2023. About Jamil Hellu Jamil Hellu is a visual artist whose work focuses on the fluidity of identity, cultural heritage, and queer representation, often pointing to the tensions found in the evolving discourses about sexuality. He is a Photography Lecturer in the Department of Art & Art History at Stanford University and is represented by Rebecca Camacho Presents in San Francisco.Through a multidisciplinary practice rooted in photography and that includes video, sculpture, and installation, Hellu's projects interrogate the dominant patriarchal ideology of masculinity while challenging preconceived notions about gender expression. Navigating from a personal lens, he frequently incorporates his own history as an immigrant to the United States, exploring the impact of cultural hybridity. His art fosters empathy and dialogue, ultimately promoting a more inclusive and equitable world.Hellu holds a Masters in Fine Arts in Art Practice from Stanford University and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. His work has been discussed in publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian, Artforum, and VICE. He has held multiple art residencies including at the Headlands Center for the Arts and the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Public collections holding his work include the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Cantor Arts Center; and the Blanton Museum of Art. Show Notes: https://jamilhellu.net/about Jamil's solo show at Rebecca Camacho, "Odyssey" https://rebeccacamacho.com/exhibitions Folsom Street Fair https://www.folsomstreet.org Pop Out https://www.dukeupress.edu/pop-out About The Side Woo Host & Creator: Sarah Thibault Sound & Content Editing: Sarah Thibault Intro and outro music: LewisP-Audio found on Audio Jungle Recording Studio: The Space Program The Side Woo is a podcast created through The Side Woo Collective. To learn more go to thesidewoo.com For questions, comments, press, or sponsorships you can email email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesidewoo/message
The first trailer for The Gladiators reboot has dropped! Sam Fisher's LEAKED Love Triangle audition tape is as COOKED as you'd expect it to be! Incoming The Bachelors contestant has spilled on why she and The Block bidder Adrian Portelli called off their engagement! PLUS LOTS MORE! Want more of the latest gossip? Get EXTRA hot tea on SO DRAMATIC! EXTRA via PATREON and APPLE! Visit SO DRAMATIC! ONLINE and sign up for our VIP list! Keep up to date with the latest on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, TIKTOK, TWITTER and the FACEBOOK GROUP! Got a tip? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org! Want to partner with us? Contact: email@example.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Social-Emotional Learning, or SEL, is a topic that has been discussed in educator circles more frequently in the past several years. So what exactly is it? How can we teach SEL skills through music learning and musical listening? And what are some lesson ideas that we can incorporate into our classrooms that infuse SEL? Alessandra from Teach from the Stage is here to talk about all of those things with us! Be sure to check out her website at teachfromthestage.com and follow her on Instagram @teachfromthestage. Alessandra's Bio: Alessandra is a Kindergarten-Grade 8 Teacher of the Arts, based in Toronto, Canada. She graduated with a Bachelors of Music Therapy and a Masters in Child Study & Education. She is a huge advocate for the arts, and continuously strives to offer students rich musical experiences where they are at the centre of their learning. Through @teachfromthestage, she offers tons of lesson ideas, teaching tips, and music class activities to help other teachers engage their students in meaningful learning opportunities. Social Media Links: Website: teachfromthestage.com Instagram: @teachfromthestage TikTok: @teachfromthestage
Margo Watson, Debbie Hart, and Dr. Tabitha Campbell discuss the tenet, “We seek after knowledge and wisdom.” “Education is power, and it also helps us to overcome fear. Oftentimes we have fear of the unknown. So the more that we know, the better prepared we are.” - Debbie Hart “You have to take care of your physical health in order to take care of your mental health and vice versa.” - Dr. Tabitha Campbell “Education is truly a springboard for opportunity.” - Margo Watson “Wisdom comes with experience. And as you have more experience, you gain wisdom. You can read about something and learn about it, but until you kind of experience it and go through it in your life, then I think that becomes wisdom. When you have knowledge, it leads to making choices that take you down a path in your life, often brings you personal success and personal fulfillment, and joy and happiness. With that, you gain the wisdom of those years of doing the things that you learned to do.” - Debbie Hart “There is an infusion of problem solving that comes with self reliance.” - Margo Watson “I think it is important that women recognize that you don't necessarily have to go to University to get an education. There are great programs and technical programs and other ways to gain education and to gain professional ability that you might use. … Look around and see where the opportunities are … to get an education.” - Debbie Hart “Really find something that you may be passionate about, it may be something completely out of left field, but there is a way that you can gain knowledge and gain power and wisdom through that passion.” - Dr. Tabitha Campbell Debbie Hart is a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She and her husband Keven have been married 47 years. They have 5 adult children plus their spouses and 11 grandchildren. She and her husband recently retired and are enjoying traveling to many countries around the world. They love seeing the UNESCO World Heritage sites and learning about world history, civilizations and religions. They enjoy meeting people of other cultures and diverse backgrounds. They feel like travel is another form of education and personal development. Debbie says that she has discovered that most people around the world have many of the same desires to find joy and happiness in their families. Dr. Tabitha Campbell received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Kansas City Medical and Biosciences School. She currently is working on her post doctoral education in Neuropsychology, testing the behaviors that result following traumas. Tabitha is an avid horse rider, outdoor enthusiast and traveler. She and her husband Jake are parents to their darling 2 1/2 year old son Matix. Margo Watson is the Marketing Director for Big Ocean Women. With a Bachelors in Communications and a Masters in Fine Arts/Media, Margo hopes to expand this new division of Big Ocean Women with creative, resourceful individuals, coordinating with the Communications Division to give BOW more exposure. A few goals include finding raving fans in businesses, media, fundraising donors that share similar values that society is better when safeguarding Faith, Family and Motherhood and empowering Men to protect those entities. Margo has worked for 35 years in Marketing, Public Relations, Advertising, Politics, Theater, Television, Production, Real Estate and the Arts. She is a former soloist with national orchestras and musicals, pageant judge, and a former Mrs. Utah. She has five talented, married children and nine irresistible grandchildren. She passionately wants them to have a Great America like she had so volunteers in political outreach as well. Her husband Jay D. Blades is a constant support!
Dr. Jan K. Carney, MD, MPH, MACP is the Master of Public Health Program Director and is Associate Dean for Public Health and Health Policy and Professor of Medicine at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. Dr. Carney is active in public health practice, research, education, and service. She served as Vermont's Commissioner of Health under three gubernatorial administrations, championing improvements in children's health insurance, preventing teen smoking, and improving cancer screening. She received the Vermont Public Health Association “Public Health Champion” Award in 2018 and was recently awarded the UVM President's Distinguished University Citizenship and Service Award for her innovative teaching, creative leadership, and service to the UVM community.She earned a BA from Middlebury College, MD from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and Master of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health.Join Our Email BlastFull Episode ShownotesConnect with guestFollow The Public Health Millennial on InstagramConnect with Omari on LinkedInChapters:@0:00 Episode teaser@1:37 Dr. Jan Carney, MD, MPH, MACP Intro@3:36 Personal Background@4:45 A History of Public Health: From past to present@14:25 Intersection of medicine and public health@20:00 What is public health?@20:41 Bachelors in biology, French and premedical science in Middlebury College@22:30 Key takeaways@24:00 Mental shifts throughout her career@26:20 Doctor of Medicine at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine@29:10 Health inequities in health care setting @32:00 Learning about public health & MPH at Harvard @40:22 State of Vermont, Commissioner of Health for 14 years@47:09 Working at University of Vermont@49:45 Increase access to public health education via online learning@53:08 MPH Program Director @58:56 What should research goals look like?@1:02:00 What do you enjoy most about your role?@1:05:18 The Furious FiveSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Contribute to the show (one-time or monthly)- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store
Love Triangle's Emily Ryder DISSES her match Sam Fisher! Married at First Sight' couple Evelyn Ellis and Duncan James spotted being thirsty AF again! My Mum, Your Dad star ALREADY spotted on a dating app! MAFS' Lyndall Grace HARD-LAUNCHES her new boyfriend! What's the deal with Love Island's Trent Woolman and 2022 Islander Phoebe Spiller? The location for the new series of The Bachelors has leaked! Juicy Love Island tea about Savannah and Aiden! The threat production made to Love Island's Abby Miller and why she had so many meltdowns in the villa! Reid Polak's fuckboy behaviour on Love Island EXPOSED! Explosive Real Housewives of Sydney DRAMA set to divide the women! Love Triangle's Sam Fisher FAT-SHAMES another woman! ANOTHER Love Triangle contestant had a SECRET PARTNER during filming! A huge bombshell about Love Triangle's Al and Sophie's relationship! Two more unexpected Love Triangle contestants RECOUPLE! What the OG Love Triangle matches got up to when they got booted from the house! All the outcomes from the Love Triangle final decisions! PLUS LOTS MORE! Want more of the latest gossip? Get EXTRA hot tea on SO DRAMATIC! EXTRA via PATREON and APPLE! Visit SO DRAMATIC! ONLINE and sign up for our VIP list! Keep up to date with the latest on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, TIKTOK, TWITTER and the FACEBOOK GROUP! Got a tip? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org! Want to partner with us? Contact: email@example.com!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EPISODE SUMMARY: Unleash the entrepreneur in you with the wisdom of Chrissy Myers, a powerhouse in the realm of real estate and the CEO of three thriving companies. Embark on a journey with Chrissy as she unveils the narrative of her unique life - from birthing a book on Amazon to steering the wheels of a blended family with the acumen of a seasoned business leader. Be inspired by her fervor for philanthropy, as she serves on numerous nonprofit boards and ardently helps Northeast Ohioans secure employment. In a world of constant hustle, Chrissy shares the secret to maintaining peace amidst pandemonium. Take notes as she demonstrates how to juggle multiple roles without dropping the ball - navigating her multifaceted career, authoring books, and co-running a commercial real estate business. Chrissy's sage advice extends to cultivating emotional resilience, achieving equilibrium between work and life, and fostering tranquility in chaos. Finally, Chrissy imparts invaluable lessons on fostering a culture of life in business rather than one ruled by revenue. We delve into the notion of taking a long-term view of success, planning life in decades while living in moments, and ensuring smooth transitions within a family business. Gain insights from her experience about the early cultivation of relationships and the pivotal role it plays in the seamless passing of a family business from one generation to the other. This episode is your ticket to an enriching discourse on maintaining balance, future planning, and successful business transitions. CHRISSY'S BIO: Chrissy is the author of Reluctant Resilience and CEO of AUI and Clarity HR which provide insurance benefits and HR services to small and medium sized businesses in both for profit and non-profit sectors. Chrissy describes herself as the chief cheerleader for both companies setting direction, steering marketing content, and finding creative ways to disrupt two established business sectors. Chrissy is also the author of AUI Gives Back & Clarity Cares two community impact programs where employees serve in the community, track their impact and share what they are doing on behalf of their customers. Around Akron Chrissy works to leave her community a better place. She is a graduate of Leadership Ohio, Torchbearers, Leadership Akron, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, Scalerator NEO and Community Leadership Institute. As an advocate for families struggling with addiction and mental health issues, Chrissy serves as the Vice Chair of the Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board of Summit County. In addition, Chrissy serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Akron Chamber, Goodwill Industries of Northeast Ohio and Jobs for Ohio Graduates. Chrissy received her Bachelors in Business Administration from John Carroll University and her MBA from the University of Akron. When she is not plotting world domination of the insurance industry or volunteering in the community Chrissy can be found at home with Team Awesome Sauce who includes her husband, Steve, and two children, Maddy and Caleb. GE IN TOUCH WITH CHRISSY: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrissymyersceo/ www.clarityhr.com www.auiinfo.com EPISODE CHAPTERS: (0:00:13) - Interview With Austin Linney and Chrissy Myers Chrissy Myers shares her success in real estate, mindset coaching, and leading a blended family, as well as her involvement with nonprofit boards and passion for helping people in Northeast Ohio get jobs, referencing 75 Hard. (0:05:04) - Calm and Happiness in Small Business Chrissy Myers shares strategies to build emotional intelligence and resiliency to manage difficult situations and balance multiple jobs. (0:13:04) - Long-Term Perspective in Business and Life Creating a life-giving culture, long-term success, social media anxieties, understanding life goals, and planning in decades are discussed. (0:24:02) - Family Business Transition Navigation Fostering healthy relationships, creating a life-giving culture, and cultivating early relationships are key to transitioning a family business. (0:27:36) - Challenges and Strategies in Business Transition Fostering healthy generational relationships, discussing payment, terms and value, owning real estate and business, and emotional transitioning of a business are discussed.
Our Bachelor Nation OGs Bob Guiney and Trista Sutter are back from Chris Harrison's wedding and ready to spill all the tea! Find out what happens when Bachelors from every generation got together in the same room… and what secrets were revealed once the drinks started to flow. Plus, hear all about Bob's dancefloor showdown with Ben Higgins!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Bachelors 2023 trailer just dropped! The Masked Singer 2023 winner has been UNMASKED! Leah and Ash's The Block 2023 is ON TRACK to sell for a PROFIT after being passed in on auction day! PLUS LOTS MORE! Want more of the latest gossip? Get extra hot tea on PATREON! Visit SO DRAMATIC! ONLINE and sign up for our newsletter! Follow on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, TIKTOK, and join the FACEBOOK GROUP! Got a tip, request, question, or receipts? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org! Want to partner or advertise with us? Contact: email@example.com! This is an independent podcast by entertainment journalist Megan Pustetto, who is dedicated to bringing you the hottest reality TV tea each week!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sunny (or Sun) Tandoc is a multi-disciplinary artist and animator located in Melbourne, Australia. Sunny graduated with a Bachelors of Design (Animation and Interactive Media) from RMIT in 2021. As an animator, they specialise in 2D animation and compositing. They have a particular interest in working in mixed media. Sunny was fantastic to chat to for this newest entry of Next Gen Consider supporting the Dev Diary Patreon for early access to episodes of both Dev Diary and Next Gen, as well as much more! Join the Dev Diary Discord and engage with me and the growing community. Follow Paul and submit your ideas for future guests on Twitter. Visit the Player2 Website and the Player2 Youtube Channel where you can also follow his written and video exploits including reviews, feature pieces, and shows such as Patched, and Gamer School
How can philosophy improve our understanding of secularism and critical thinking? This week on RfRx, join us for a conversation about secularism and philosophy with philosopher, author, and speaker Nicholas Soutter. We will discuss the field of philosophy and its applications to secularism, dogma, controversial social issues, and science fiction. Bring your questions for Nick and join us for this interactive episode! Nicholas Soutter graduated from Clark University with Bachelors' Degrees in Philosophy and Psychology. He has authored several essays and books on politics and social science as well as science fiction, including ‘The Water Thief' and ‘Confessions of a Sin Eater'. He used to run the Humanist Codex and now hosts a secular news and education Channel called In Time (http://YouTube.com/intimeshow). For RfRx comments, inquiries & topical questions, email us at RfRx@recoveringfromreligion.org. Any time you are struggling with religious doubts or fears you can connect with a trained RfR Helpline agent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To chat online go to http://www.recoveringfromreligion.org. To talk over the phone, dial: (844) 368-2848 in the US & Canada If you are in need of professional help, we can offer the Secular Therapy Project to provide options to connect with a professional therapist. All therapists have been thoroughly vetted by our organization and offer only evidence-based and non-religious treatment. Connect with them at http://www.seculartherapy.org. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok. Volunteer: http://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/volunteer Donate: https://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/donate --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/recovering-from-religion/message
Sheriff Marian Brown sits down with Michael Molthan - M2 The Rock. Sheriff Brown was appointed Interim Sheriff of Dallas County on December 19, 2017 and sworn in on January 1, 2018. Sheriff Brown is the first African-American Sheriff in Dallas County and one of only five African-American female sheriffs in the United States. Sheriff Brown began her career in law enforcement in 1988 with the Duncanville Police Department. She was a pioneer, in that she was the first African-American female hired by the Duncanville Police Department. She quickly ascended in rank, promoting to the rank of sergeant in 1993. While in that rank, she served as a first-line supervisor in the Patrol Division. In 1995, she was assigned to the Community Relations/Crime Prevention Division, where was tasked with creating a Community Oriented Policing Task Force. Through this unit, she formulated such programs as Citizens on Patrol and Duncanville Police Beat, a weekly information program hosted by Brown and broadcast on local cable. Other programs managed by Brown included Citizens Police Academy; Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (SALT); Hand-in-Hand and Success Through Accepting Responsibility or STAR Program, (a school-district-wide character education program implemented in ten elementary schools, three intermediate schools, and two junior highs. Each school had an assigned officer to interact with students and emphasize the character trait each week.) Sheriff Brown is known throughout the law enforcement community for her role as a law enforcement trainer/anchor on the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN), an international law enforcement satellite network based in Carrollton, Texas. Sheriff Brown worked with LETN for ten years, while continuing her service with the Duncanville Police Department. In 1997, Brown was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. She continued to work in the arena of community relations, but eventually returned to the Patrol Division to serve as commander. In 2005, she was assigned to command the Criminal Investigations Division. There, she served until 2007 when she was named to the position of Assistant Chief of Police. She served as Assistant Chief until 2014, when she retired and joined the Dallas County Sheriff's Department to serve as Chief Deputy in charge of General Services. Bachelors of Arts Degree — University of Texas at Arlington Master Peace Officer Certification Graduate of the International Law Enforcement Institute's Management College Graduate of the FBI National Academy Associates Command College #hope #addictionrecovery #recovery #podcast #mentalhealth #backtheblue #m2therock
If you are a veteran, thank you for your service! In recognition of all veterans, Rural Health Leadership Radio is proud to publish this special episode to honor all veterans this Veterans Day Nearly a quarter of all U.S. veterans choose to live in rural areas upon their return from active military service. Rural communities offer strong community support and close-knit relationships, enhancing the appeal of rural living for veterans. On the other hand, veterans contribute valuable leadership skills and core values to these rural areas. In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we are celebrating veterans and the great ways they contribute to rural communities. We are joined by three veterans and rural health leaders: Athena Minor, CNO/CCO of Ohio County Healthcare in Hartford, Kentucky. Hannah Zaun, CNO of Dakota Regional Medical Center in Cooperstown, North Dakota. Kenda Clopton, CNO of Ozarks Community Hospital in Gravette, Arkansas. We welcome these three healthcare and military heroes to celebrate Veterans Day with us on Rural Health Leadership Radio! “Veterans are all over the place using those things we learned from being in the military in our daily lives. We are in your local hospital, and ready to serve you in a new and different way now” -Hannah Zaun Athena Minor, hailing from Ohio County, Kentucky, enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1985 and completed specialized Leadership Training with honors. She transitioned to a nursing career, earning her nursing degree from Owensboro Community College and a master's in Executive Leadership from Walden University. Currently pursuing a doctorate in Executive Leadership, Athena boasts diverse nursing experience, from neonatal and critical care to emergency and cardiac care in rural and urban settings. She's dedicated to managing chronic healthcare populations and led initiatives against infant mortality and childhood obesity in the Green River District during her five-year tenure in public health leadership. Athena serves as Chief Nursing and Clinical Officer at Ohio County HealthCare, actively participating in advisory committees, the Green River District Executive Board of Health, and healthcare panel discussions. Kenda Clopton, RN, BSN is the Chief Nursing Officer of Ozarks Community Hospital. She has been married to her husband Marty for 32 years and they have three grown sons that are her absolute pride and joy. She graduated from Cox College of Nursing in Springfield, MO in 1998 with her ASN and returned to obtain her BSN in 2017. Currently, Kenda is taking graduate courses to obtain a Masters in Community-Based Health from Oklahoma City University. The calling to be a nurse and desire to help people needing care came early in life for her. She joined the U.S. Army Reserves in 1989 and proudly served as a surgical technologist (91D) until 1997. Her husband, oldest son, youngest brother, and brother-in-law are all veterans or still serving in the military today. Hannah Zaun is the Chief Nursing Officer for Dakota Regional Medical Center and Griggs County Care Center in Cooperstown North Dakota. Originally from Texas and a veteran of the United States Air Force, she has chosen to put all of her experience and efforts into making nursing and healthcare a better experience for all involved. She is a graduate of Mayville State University with a Bachelors in Nursing and plans on continuing into a Masters in Nursing. An ER nurse by trade, Hannah has a passion for emergency medicine, for creating safe spaces for nurses to work, mental health, policy change, and increasing resources and services in rural healthcare.