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Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
How to Effectively Communicate What You Want

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 61:14 Very Popular


On the previous episode of Being Well, we talked about how to identify our wants and needs...but identifying our needs is just the first step. After that comes the tricky business of coming to terms with those needs, and communicating them effectively to other people.In this episode, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore best practices for claiming and expressing our needs. This includes how to navigate shame and inhibition, make effective agreements, be considerate of the person on the receiving end of our wants, and become more skillful at negotiation and repair. Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:05: Getting real about meeting our needs.7:10: Suppressing needs due to self-worth challenges8:35: Patience, making your offering, and tipping points11:45: Inhibition, and negotiating our needs with other people15:50: Non-Violent Communication and “Wise Speech” models26:30: The need for multiple cycles of communication28:20: Expecting defeat, and two big moments of pain32:10: Keeping agreements37:45: Confidence in the ability to repair39:35: Considering the person on the receiving end of your communication43:00: Generosity45:15: Questions to ask when feeling uncertain about how to express a need49:30: Death by a thousand cuts, and facing discomfort52:10: Asking others, “What else do you want from me?”54:30: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Listen to Season 2 of Turning Points from Boston Globe Media wherever you get your podcasts!Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.MDbio is a plant-based medicine company with natural products that address sleep, anxiety, pain, and immunity. Get your FREE 10-count sample pack by going to mdbiowellness.com and entering the promo code BEINGWELL at checkout!Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website

Embodied
Secured: Health Data In A Post-Roe World

Embodied

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 30:56 Very Popular


Anita has long taken a laissez-faire approach to digital security. But as she's learned (the hard way), just because she doesn't have something to hide, doesn't mean she has nothing to lose. She calls in experts, including an abortion doula and sex worker, to learn strategies for keeping personal information safe online. Meet the guests: Amanda Bennett, a project manager for Digital Defense Fund, walks us through the basics of digital security and shares practical tips Kestrel, an abortion doula and member of the Mountain Area Abortion Doula Collective, shares what they and their collective members do to protect themselves Dr. Olivia Snow, a sex worker and research fellow at UCLA's Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, talks about what we can learn from sex workers when it comes to digital security Read the transcript | Review the podcast Follow Embodied on Twitter and Instagram

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
BS 200 Embodied Cognition in Education with Sheila Macrine and Jennifer Fugate

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 81:35 Very Popular


This month's episode is a discussion with the editors of a fascinating new book Movement Matters: How Embodied Cognition Informs Teaching and Learning. We explore how embodied cognition challenges long standing dualist approaches to both cognition and learning. Sheila Macrine and Jennifer Fugate also share some of the innovative approaches that improve both how we teach and how we learn. Links and References: Movement Matters: How Embodied Cognition Informs Teaching and Learning edited by Sheila L. Macrine and Jennifer M.B. Fugate Recent episodes about Embodied Cognition: BS 193 What does it mean to say the Mind is Embodied? BS 198 Encore of interview with Evan Thompson Please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com for additional references and episode transcripts.   Please Visit Our Sponsors: TextEpander at textexpander.com/podcast BetterHelp at betterhelp.com/ginger Announcements: Please take a few minutes to complete this audience survey. Contact Dr. Campbell if you are interested a listener meet-up or sponsoring a talk by Dr. Campbell during her trip to Europe in April 2023. Get free gift "5 Things You Need to Know about YOUR Brain when you sign up for the free Brain ScienceNewsletter to get show notes automatically every month. You can also text brainscience to 55444 to sign up. Check out the Brain Science podcast channel on YouTube Support Brain Science by buying Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty by Virginia "Ginger" Campbell, MD. (Autographed copies are available) Check out the free Brain Science Mobile app for iOS, Android, and Windows. (It's a great way to get both new episodes and premium content.) Learn more ways to support Brain Science at http://brainsciencepodcast.com/donations Connect on Social Media: Twitter: @docartemis Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/brainsciencepodcast Contact Dr. Campbell: Email: brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com

Dayspring Fellowship Podcasts
Wired: Brain Science & Spiritual Growth | Part 2 | Joy | Chris Voigt

Dayspring Fellowship Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 44:26


Joy Wired: Brain Science & Spiritual Growth September 18, 2022 Joy. Oh joy. Joy is what brings us together today. I've got joy. Joy, joy, joy, joy... down in my heart. Waaaaay down in my heart. That's where I keep it. I'm saving it for a rainy day. It's tucked away, safe and sound. You never know when you might need it and I don't want to run out.   Ok... that was hard! I'm Chris Voigt, Lead Pastor at Dayspring Fellowship in Keizer, OR. And those of you who know me, know that I'm a lot more like Tigger than Eeyore! But for all the talk and singing and scripture about joy that is deeply embedded in our faith, a lot of Christ followers have neglected to let it show on their faces!   Organization guru, Marie Kondo is known for asking “Does it spark joy?” when helping people decide how to declutter their home or work environment. The implication is that our joy is fueled by the things around us, the stuff we've acquired. When it no longer sparks joy, get rid of it and find something new. And if you look at the spending habits of people all over the world, it's easy to see that most people have bought in (pun totally intended) to that idea... that stuff is where we find our joy. But I beg to differ. We are in the second week of our series Wired: Brain Science and Spiritual Growth. Over the next few weeks, we'll be taking a look at how the brain works and the four ingredients that are essential for effective spiritual transformation. This week we are talking about joy. Real joy... where it comes from, how we get it and how we increase it. And just so you know, it's not available on Amazon.    I've got the joy! Do you?

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Discovering Your Wants and Needs

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 63:33 Very Popular


Everyone has needs, but many people find it difficult to identify what authentically matters to them. Even when we can identify them, shame or fear often stops us from expressing those needs to others or taking the practical steps that would help us achieve them.Meeting our needs is a major source of well-being, and people who can identify their needs are more likely to get them met. On today's episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson focus on how to look inside, and figure out what you really need. They discuss different frameworks for categorizing our needs, what to do when we are confused by our desires, and how to get in touch with what you really want.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:05: Common features among people who struggle to name their desires7:05: Three basic steps to relate to wants and needs8:00: Different frameworks for categorizing wants and needs21:00: What helped Rick get in touch with his own wants and needs?28:00: An experiential exercise35:10: Why addressing your needs and wants is not just naval gazing38:40: Forrest's suggestions based on his own experience45:25: What to do when what we want is probably not best for us51:40: Creating a personal manifesto54:30: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.MDbio is a plant-based medicine company with natural products that address sleep, anxiety, pain, and immunity. Get your FREE 10-count sample pack by going to mdbiowellness.com and entering the promo code BEINGWELL at checkout!Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website

Krish Murali Eswar's Heaven Inside
130 How Meditation Changes Your Brain?

Krish Murali Eswar's Heaven Inside

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 29:09


Listen to Episode#130 How Meditation Changes Your Brain?Visit https://krishmuralieswar.com to learn more about meditation and Kundalini yoga.Visit https://www.nutritionscience.in to learn about WFPB recipes.Visit https://www.sampoornaahara.com to order WFPB meals, snacks, sweets, bread, cakes, condiments, and cookies.Book Appointments Online https://booking.krishmuralieswar.com/For FREE Astrology Beginner's course, join: https://www.learnastrologyonline.in/s/store/courses/description/Learn-Astrology-Online-FreeFor Paid Foundation Astrology Course with Recorded Videos + Personal Coaching, join: https://www.learnastrologyonline.in/s/store/courses/description/Simplified-KP-Astrology-English-Foundation-CourseFor Paid Advanced Astrology Course with Recorded Videos + WhatsApp Group discussion + Live Weekly Classes + Daily Quiz, join: https://www.learnastrologyonline.in/s/store/courses/description/Advanced-Simplified-KP-Astrology-English-Online-CourseBe Blessed by the Divine,Prof. Krish Murali Eswar.PS: Remember, I am here to help you succeed.Support the showFit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?
Supermind Neurotechnology for Mental Health with Chad Olin & G Cole

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 58:09


Supermind Neurotechnology for Mental Health with Chad Olin & G Cole Neurofeedback has the potential to shift human experience towards improved mental health and elevated brain fitness in the upcoming years. Wearable neurotechnologies make it possible for millions of people to experience the empowering effect of neurofeedback. Tune into our conversation with Chad Olin and G Cole - the co-founders of Supermind - a company that aims to contribute to mental wellness around the globe with their developed innovative wearable neurofeedback device and 24/7 on-demand customer support system! You will hear the encouraging stories of our podcast guests. You will also discover opportunities to join the field of neuroscience and neurotechnologies from virtually any discipline. You will get a glimpse into the future of neurotechnologies. And, of course, you will get inspired by our guests' advice on how to do the impossible! Stay tuned! About the Podcast Guests Chad Olin, Harvard Business School MBA, is a Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Supermind. Chad is an entrepreneur passionate about mental health and wellness. Contact Chad at: chad.olin@supermind.us Geoff Cole (“G”), 30+ Years Data Scientist & Healthcare, is a Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer of Supermind. G is the creator of NeuroEmpowerment™, a pioneering science that balances the brain and body. G is co-founder of Pathwaves and Supermind - the neurotechnology companies located in Miami, FL, that both integrate NeuroEmpowerment™. Websites: www.EmpoweredG.com // www.PathwavesLife.com // www.Supermind.us   Contact G at: g.cole@supermind.us or info@empoweredg.com   Social media - Instagram & Twitter: @NeuroEmpoweredG About the Podcast and Its Host The Neurocareers podcast is brought to you by The Institute of Neuroapproaches and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, Ph.D. (Dr. K) - a neuroscience educator, neuroscience research consultant, and career coach for students and recent graduates in neuroscience and neurotechnologies: https://www.neuroapproaches.org/ You will benefit from neuroscience-based coaching if you want to... Get your projects DONE instead of procrastinating and feeling stuck. STOP feeling anxious, stressed, and overwhelmed when managing your time and responsibilities. ACHIEVE your goals and BUILD a successful career instead of failing. Get in touch with Dr. K. by sending an email: neuroapproaches@gmail.com Schedule a free consultation session with Dr. K. by following this link: https://neuroapproaches.as.me/

Lo Psiconauta
Ep. #396 - [LIVE] La Psichiatria in Italia, che cosa cambierà nei prossimi 5 anni? Con Giovanni Martinotti

Lo Psiconauta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 55:18


Insieme al Prof. Giovanni Martinotti parliamo della Psichiatria in Italia, del suo presente e del suo futuro. Quali cambiamenti ci aspettano? Web e Social media, carenza del personale, riorganizzazione dei Servizi, nuove patologie, nuove terapie....La psichiatria e le neuroscienze sono discipline che presentano grandi promesse rispetto al futuro.Ma chi è il nostro ospite? Giovanni Martinotti nato a Roma il 14 Ottobre 1976, è uno medico chirurgo specialista in psichiatria.Si tratta di uno psichiatra molto attivo sul web, sui social e predisposto alla comunicazione sui media.E' professore associato di Psichiatria presso l'Università “G.d'Annunzio” di Chieti, e docente di psichiatria presso l'Università LUMSA di Roma e la University of Hertfordshire nel Regno Unito. Le sue ricerche vertono sull'antropofenomenologia, sulla psicopatologia generale e sulla psicofarmacologia, con particolare attenzione alla diagnosi ed al trattamento delle dipendenze da sostanza.Giovanni Martinotti è autore e coautore di più di 300 articoli scientifici su riviste con Impact Factor, di una monografia e di 4 libri. È citato e riconosciuto dall'Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) e dal database SCOPUS, con un Hirsh-Index di 48. È editor di molte riviste, tra cui Comprehensive Psychiatry, Current Neuropharmacology e Brain Sciences.La sua ricerca universitaria si concentra principalmente sulla psichiatria delle dipendenze, il trattamento farmacologico dei disturbi da dipendenza, le tecniche di stimolazione cerebrale, le nuove sostanze psicoattive e gli psichedelici.#psichiatria #neuroscienze Il Dr. Valerio Rosso, su questo canale YouTube, si dedica a produrre delle brevi lezioni di psichiatria rivolte ai pazienti, agli operatori della salute mentale, ai famigliari dei pazienti, agli studenti di medicina, agli specializzandi in psichiatria e a chiunque sia interessato alla salute mentale, alla psichiatria ed alle neuroscienze.ISCRIVETEVI AL MIO CANALE ► https://bit.ly/2zGIJorVi interessano la Psichiatria e le Neuroscienze? Bene, allora iscrivetevi a questo podcast, al mio canale YouTube e seguitemi sul web tramite il mio blog https://www.valeriorosso.comScoprite tutti i miei libri: https://bit.ly/2JdjocYScoprite la mia Musica: https://bit.ly/2JMqNjZVisitate anche il mio blog: https://www.valeriorosso.comAvete mai sentito parlare del progetto psiq? Andate subito ad informarvi su https://psiq.it ed iscrivetevi alla newsletter.

Embodied
Feminized: Aligning Your Inner And Outer Selves

Embodied

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 35:06 Very Popular


Anita revisits a conversation with folks who've undergone facial feminization surgery as part of their gender confirmation process. FFS is a set of bone and soft tissue surgical procedures that reshape the forehead, brow, jaw and more. They share what the surgery meant for them, plus a medical anthropologist helps unpack who gets to decide what femininity looks like. Meet the guests: Emma Ward, songwriter, producer and community manager, shares her experience of facial feminization surgery Eric Plemons, associate professor of anthropology at the University of Arizona, discusses some of the history of this set of procedures and how we define a "feminine" face Read the transcript | Review the podcast Follow Embodied on Twitter and Instagram

Dayspring Fellowship Podcasts
Wired: Brain Science & Spiritual Growth | Part 1 | How Do People Grow? | Chris Voigt

Dayspring Fellowship Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 40:36


How Do People Grow? Wired: Brain Science & Spiritual Growth September 11, 2022 Gardening season in our area is coming to a close. The skies have been a little dusty lately as farmers across the Willamette Valley have been harvesting crops and mowing fields. The local fruit stands are filled with late summer produce; and for those who enjoy preserving the season's bounty, this is a busy time of canning, freezing, and drying all sorts of deliciousness from the garden. Raise your hand if you enjoy gardening. Oh... well, I guess that doesn't work as well online as it does in person. How about comment below if you enjoy gardening and tell us what your garden has produced this year!   Gardening would not be on my list of favorite ways to spend my free time. It's just not my thing. I do have a few strawberry plants in the backyard, though that's mostly so I can enjoy them with my granddaughter, Avery. But I'm certainly thankful for the people in my life who bless me with the literal fruits of their gardening labors! And I do know that beautiful blueberries, delicious raspberries and vine-ripened tomatoes don't just magically appear. To produce the fruit or veggies you want, you need to invest time and energy creating the right conditions for a good harvest.   In much the same way, growth in other areas of life must be intentionally cultivated. Wishing you were stronger won't make it so. Hoping to increase your bank balance won't help your bottom line. Growth in just about every area of life requires effort.    I'm Chris Voigt, Lead Pastor at Dayspring Fellowship in Keizer, OR. This week we're beginning a new sermon series called Wired – Brain Science & Spiritual Growth. Over the next few weeks, we'll be taking a look at the amazing way that God has wired our brains for growth and what we can do to cultivate the healthy soil we need to thrive as God intended!   Understanding how God has created our brains will enable us to experience greater, deeper, and more lasting transformation as followers of Jesus. And that's what we're all about... becoming more like Him. It's an incredible journey. 

First Look
The Brain Science Behind Building Good Habits

First Look

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:19


Forming good habits is hard, and apparently there's more to it than just willpower. Dr. Jeffrey Iliff joins us for this episode to explain the brain science behind building habits. He gives tips on ways to improve your chances of building a good habit. Dr. Iliff is the Associate Director for Research at the VISN 20 Northwest Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center (MIRECC) at the VA Puget Sound. He is a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, and of Neurology at the University of Washington School of Medicine, where he is the Arthur J. and Marcella McCaffray Professor in Alzheimer's Disease. Dr. Iliff was part of the research team that discovered the ‘glymphatic' system, the brain's cleaning system that is active during sleep. His research focuses on identifying the molecular changes that underlie glymphatic system failure with aging and after traumatic brain injury, extending these experimental studies into human subjects and clinical populations with an aim of developing new treatment and prevention strategies for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Native Exiles, a podcast from Alderwood Community Church, where we talk about following Jesus in the tension of being in the world but not of it. We want to help you think through how to walk with Jesus in a world that is seemingly walking the opposite direction. We want to equip you to engage the world without disengaging from Jesus.For more questions and inquiries, reach us at reachus@amcc.org or visit us on our website at nativeexiles.com.

Building With People For People: The Unfiltered Build Podcast
Ep. 14: Data is your destiny - Exploring data science with Ryan Valenza

Building With People For People: The Unfiltered Build Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 41:35


Have you used Google search today? Or listened to music recommended to you? The results and suggestions you receive from these types of services are powered by Data Science. In today's world, big data and insights are the new currency. While it's the machines that ultimately do the number crunching and provide the data, it's the human touch behind the scenes that make it all possible. In today's episode we explore the field of Data Science and Machine Learning and how it permeates every walk of life and the endless possibilities it provides. Our guest today, Ryan Valenza, is a scientist through and through. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Physics and Math from University of Maryland Baltimore County and his Master of Science in Physics from the University of Washington (PhD). He has held roles as a Data Engineer and Data Analyst at the Allen Institute for Brain Science and as Chief Data Scientist at Stackline, an e-commerce startup. He recently began a new job as the Director of Machine Learning at Bungie. If Bungie rings a bell it should, they created the gaming franchises of Halo, Destiny and Marathon to name a few. When he is not teaching machines how to interpret data he is a big gamer himself with origins in Donkey Kong Country, a runner and an adventure planner for his three year old daughter. Connect with Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Twitch Show notes and helpful resources: Condensed matter physics Random forest and gradient descent algorithms Converting sound to image using Sonographic Sound Processing Convolutional Neural Network - a series of mathematical transformations Google deep mind AlphaGo - the computer program that defeated the Go grand master AlphaStar - the computer that plays StarCraft II Words to live by - “You should never bring someone else down to bring to yourself up” Ryan's intro to machine learning will cover supervised learning , unsupervised learning and reinforcement learning Data Science at UMBC Building something cool or solving interesting problems? Want to be on this show? Send me an email at jointhepodcast@unfilteredbuild.com Podcast produced by Unfiltered Build - dream.design.develop.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Jeff Kleck on ”Using Neuroscience to Inspire Thinkers: In Schools, Sport and the Workplace”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 48:31


“Like Martin Luther King, I have a dream. I dream that someday all teachers will teach students how to think rather than make them think. I dream that all students will understand how their brains work and use the knowledge to be successful and excel in whatever endeavor they choose.” Arizona School Administrator, Jeff Kleck Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/2pDRrOOcX5s On this episode we will learn:  ✔  About the educator who inspired Andrea to move in the direction of neuroscience in 2014. ✔  How he became interested in neuroscience, introducing Andrea to Carol Dweck and David A. Sousa. ✔  The moment of truth when Jeff met Andrea and gave her feedback that changed the direction of her work. ✔  How to handle criticism, and move forward even when it's difficult to hear. ✔ After 40 years in education, Jeff Kleck shares brain-based strategies he's used with students, athletes and his own children. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results, with our brain in mind. I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and educator with a passion for learning specifically on the topics of health, wellbeing and productivity, and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is for our everyday life and results using the most current brain research to inform our decisions. Our guest today is someone I've mentioned often on this podcast, but one day, I realized that I know very little about the person who encouraged me to pivot in the direction of neuroscience, back in 2014. Every interview I've ever done, someone always asks me “How did you end up doing a podcast on the topic of neuroscience?” and I tell the same story about how an educator urged me to go in this direction many years ago. I'm very intentional about the people I ask to come on the podcast. They are usually someone who is making an impact in the field of health, wellness, and education in some way, or has had an impact on my direction, and the work I've been doing over the years and while creating the questions for Dr. Ginger Campbell, who's well known for her podcast Brain Science[i], I stopped to think for a moment about how on the earth I ended up where I am today and I thought about our next guest. I never ignore those flashes of insight that interrupt me while working, as the connections I've made over the years are the only reason I am here today, working in this field of educational neuroscience, and so very passionate about it,  with the incredible opportunity to think, learn and create every day. And I wouldn't have had the courage to move in the direction of Neuroscience, without the guidance of our next guest, Jeff Kleck,[ii] who is now the principal at Valley Christian School in Phoenix.  I look forward to talking neuroscience with Jeff, someone I've not seen since he helped me to create my second book, Level Up: A Brain-Based Strategy. On today's episode #246, we'll be speaking with Jeff Kleck, and see if I can fill in the blanks of where his passion for neuroscience began, what he's doing now to help educators understand how their brain impacts learning, and what he thinks of the future of educational neuroscience in our schools, sports and workplace environments. Let's welcome my mentor to this field of educational neuroscience, Jeff Kleck. Intro: Welcome Jeff! It's incredible to see you again. Was it 2014 when we met last? Maybe 2015? Somewhere back then… Jeff, I reached out to you, as I mention in the back story that I never ignore those flashes of insight that come while working, and I was writing Dr. Ginger Campbell's interview questions, and for a moment, I was stumped. How on the earth did I get here, asking the host of the top neuroscience podcast questions for an upcoming interview. For a minute, I was just blown away, because you'll remember that day we met in your office, and you were handing me all these books off your bookshelf for me to read, I knew absolutely nothing about this topic. First off, I want to let you know how grateful I am that you presented me with this opportunity to learn more about the brain. Q1: Can we begin with where YOUR interest in neuroscience began? Why did you have all those books on your book shelf, and I know you gave me a ton of your hand-written notes and research to get started. Where did this interest begin for you? Q1B: I'll never forget you telling me to research Carol Dweck[iii]. I wrote her name on the back on a piece of paper, and her Mindset book took off in our schools after you had mentioned her work. I'm curious, who you are you studying now? Q2: If you think back to that day where we met in your office, and you gave me all of those books (I still have them all, one set is behind me) I know that you were really trying to help me, or I know you wouldn't have given me so much content to give me a running start. What do you remember about having to provide feedback about the direction I was going, that no one wants to say, but your feedback ended up being a huge turning point for me? Q3: One of the books you gave me was David A. Sousa's How the Brain Learns Series by Corwin Press. I can't even tell you how much this series impacted the work I've been doing since we met. I've interviewed Dr. Sousa (twice), have met many other Corwin Press authors, worked on projects with other companies with these authors and have used what I learned from Dr. Sousa to help my youngest daughter who needed new strategies to help her with reading comprehension.  A huge thank you for that but I remember opening that book, and seeing all these charts about the brain, and memory, I almost thought that learning neuroscience was going to be too difficult for me. How are you approaching this topic with your teachers now, and do you receive any pushback on the topic at all? (does anyone talk about the reading wars—science vs whole language point of view)? Q4: I know you've been wearing the hat of an educator for most of your years (working in the admin side) but I wonder, when you took off this hat, and switch to being a student, what is something that you have learned over the years about the brain that has helped you? 4B: Did you use what you know about the brain with your children when you were raising them? 4C: What strategies did you use for athletes as a football coach? Q5: What's your vision for educational neuroscience in the future? What do you think will help our students in the classroom, athletics and even when they move into College and their future careers? Q6: Is there anything important that I have missed? Jeff, I want to thank from the bottom of my heart for coming on this podcast today to share your passion and vision for neuroscience in our classrooms of the future. I know I would not be doing what I'm doing today without your influence, and I'll be forever grateful for that. I do hope that you publish something someday to document everything you've learned on this topic over the years and if  you do, please do come back on the podcast to share it. RESOURCES: How the Brain Influences Behavior by David A. Sousa  https://us.corwin.com/sites/default/files/upm-assets/26266_book_item_26266.pdf REFERENCES: [i] https://brainsciencepodcast.com/ [ii] https://valleychristianaz.org/team/jeff-kleck/ [iii] Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck Published Feb. 28, 2006 https://www.amazon.com/Mindset-Psychology-Carol-S-Dweck-ebook/dp/B000FCKPHG/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1662756061&sr=8-1  

Dogs Are Smarter Than People: Writing Life, Marriage and Motivation
Is Fear Keeping Us Dumb and Dip Your Balls in Coffee

Dogs Are Smarter Than People: Writing Life, Marriage and Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 18:36


W. Edwards wrote “Drive out fear so that everyone may work effectively for the company.” Paul Zak says, “When learners are psychologically safe, they acquire new information easily because they have the cognitive and emotional bandwidth to concentrate on course material. Anxiety takes significant metabolic energy and inhibits learning.” Join us as we talk a little bit about coffee balls, how anxiety makes it hard to learn and dog tips for life. DOG TIP FOR LIFE FROM SPARTACUS THE DOG Don't worry about anything. Just get your treats and snack and sleep whenever you can. SOURCES https://www.edutopia.org/blog/the-science-of-fear-ainissa-ramirez Paul Zak, Immersion (releases today!) https://apnews.com/article/switzerland-climate-and-environment-83cc3ee9959e48301b98d68d15693b64 Our brand-new-amazing-creepy podcast is DUDE NO! It's true crime with an occasional foray into the paranormal and macabre and it's awesome. SHOUT OUT! The music we've clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License. Here's a link to that and the artist's website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It's “Summer Spliff” by Broke For Free. WE HAVE EXTRA CONTENT ALL ABOUT LIVING HAPPY OVER HERE! It's pretty awesome. AND we have a writing tips podcast called WRITE BETTER NOW! We have a podcast, LOVING THE STRANGE, which we stream live on Carrie's Facebook and Twitter and YouTube on Fridays. Her Facebook and Twitter handles are all carriejonesbooks or carriejonesbook. But she also has extra cool content focused on writing tips here. Carrie is reading one of her poems every week on CARRIE DOES POEMS. And there you go! Whew! That's a lot!

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Healing Trauma in a Toxic Culture with Dr. Gabor Maté

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:48 Very Popular


Renowned physician Dr. Gabor Maté joins Rick and Forrest on this episode of Being Well to explore the many problems for our body and mind that arise out of our modern culture, and what we can do to meet our needs, heal ourselves, and become more whole. They discuss our increasing separation from one another, issues with aspects of the medical model, the true nature of addiction, the developmental needs of children, the myth of “normal,” and recovering from traumatic experiences.About Our Guest: Dr. Gabor Maté is one of the world's leading experts on trauma, addiction, and childhood development. His work has had an enormous impact on how we understand the interactions between our internal world and the world around us, and he is the bestselling author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts, Scattered Minds, and his newest book The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness & Healing in a Toxic Culture.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:55: What Gabor means by a toxic culture4:25: Interpersonal biology - our physiology is modulated by our relationships7:10: What components are needed for a healthy culture?11:55: Examples of toxic culture's impact on people's behavior15:20: Addiction21:00: How and when to distinguish degrees of trauma27:05: Where and when to express healthy anger33:10: How turning against the self manifests as illness 36:45: What supports people in returning to their authentic nature?40:00: Psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, and creating a sacred context41:45: Grief, integration, and letting go44:55: Gabor's relationship with his children48:25: Five kinds of compassion, disillusionment, and truth51:20: Is it kind? Is it true? Is it necessary?53:25: RecapGrief and Loss Workshop: We all face losses in life, from separation and disappointment to shocking, even traumatic events. Join me August 13 and 14 for 7 hours of LIVE, online teaching focused on learning simple, powerful practices that help us come to terms with loss, heal, and find happiness again. Use coupon code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off the registration price.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Bombas designed their socks, shirts, and underwear to be the clothes you can't wait to put on every day. Visit bombas.com/beingwell and use code beingwell for 20% off. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Ready to shake up your protein Ritual? Being Well listeners get 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/WELL.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website

The Vibrant Christian Living Podcast with Alicia Michelle
174: Discovering Abundant Living When You Wonder “Is This As Good As It Gets?” with Wendy Pope

The Vibrant Christian Living Podcast with Alicia Michelle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 47:32


Do you ever wonder, “is this as good as it gets?” Maybe on the outside, life seems good (marriage, kids, etc.), but you still hunger for abundant living–a life filled with purpose and meaning. How do we discover abundant living when we know Christ is our true sense of satisfaction and our source of unconditional love, but we don't feel fulfilled and still feel an ache in our hearts for more? In today's episode, you'll hear from Wendy Pope, a speaker with Proverbs 31 Ministries and author of several books, including Yes, No, and Maybe, which helps Christian women rediscover the path to deep satisfaction in God and in life. Wendy has some powerful insights on seeking God, saying no to our own self-sufficiency, and maybe to some decision-making aspects of controlling our lives to find that ultimate satisfaction in Him.WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:[7:03] Wendy's journey of emptiness as she asked, “Is this as good as it gets?”[14:35] Finding abundant living as we submit ourselves to God [23:49] How chasing after God brings the deep satisfaction we seek[30:26] Cultivating trust with God as we say “yes” to obedience[34:08] Laying down self-sufficiency to discover abundant living[43:05] Partnering with God for freedom in decision makingCONNECT WITH WENDY:WebsiteInstagramBooksFREE WORKSHOP: How to Transform Your Thoughts to Transform Your LifeStruggle with feeling you're never enough? Find it hard to let go of people-pleasing? Stuck in comparison or feeling like you have to prove your worth? At this FREE WORKSHOP you'll learn: Brain Science 101: Why it makes sense you're stuck in toxic thinking 3 step formula that stops negative thought spirals in the momentThe brain science tool that rewrites toxic thought patterns with biblical truthSIGN UP FOR THE FREE WORKSHOP HERE: VibrantChristianLiving.com/mind

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?
Interpersonal Neurobiology & Resonant Movement with Sasha Soreff

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 54:32


Interpersonal Neurobiology & Resonant Movement with Sasha Soreff Are you willing to take 15 seconds to move your body right now? What about taking 15 seconds to tune inside and say: "Oh... What am I sensing? Do I find any sensation going on in my body?" and to do it as many times as you think of it in the days to come? See how it feels for you and discover what benefits the Interpersonal Neurobiology and Resonant Movement bring you! Sasha Soreff - a New York City-based choreographer, dance teacher, and empathy/movement facilitator, will guide you throughout this process in Episode 15 of our Neurocareers podcast! Sasha brings her extensive training in Relational Neuroscience and Nonviolent Communication along with the creative movement to support self-connection and open new possibilities.     About the Podcast Guest The best way to learn more about the Neurocareers podcast guest Sasha Soreff and Resonant Movement is at: https://sashasoreffdance.com/   or follow Sasha on Instagram: @sashadancecreate   About the Podcast and Its Host The Neurocareers podcast is brought to you by The Institute of Neuroapproaches and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, Ph.D. (Dr. K) - a neuroscience educator, neuroscience research consultant, and career coach for students and recent graduates in neuroscience and neurotechnologies: https://www.neuroapproaches.org/ You will benefit from neuroscience-based coaching if you want to... Get your projects DONE instead of procrastinating and feeling stuck. Step out of burnout ONCE AND FOR ALL without overeating, overdrinking, or binge-watching. STOP feeling anxious, stressed, and overwhelmed when managing your time and responsibilities. OVERCOME FEAR of public speaking and improve your communication skills. Get rid of your chronic IMPOSTER SYNDROME and boost your SELF-CONFIDENCE instead. ACHIEVE your goals and BUILD a successful career instead of failing. Get in touch with Dr. K. by sending an email: neuroapproaches@gmail.com Schedule a free consultation session with Dr. K. by following this link: https://neuroapproaches.as.me/

Embodied
Destined: Using The Stars As A Guide

Embodied

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:55 Very Popular


Guest host Omisade Burney-Scott is a proud Aries Sun-Leo moon-Virgo rising and has been looking to the stars since the ‘70s. She and her best friend of over 50 years look back on how astrology influenced their relationship growing up and how they move in the world today. Plus, she talks to two astrologers about how this practice can play a role in social justice movements and in the intersections of our identities. Meet the guests: Cheyanne Headen, a community and de-escalation specialist and Omisade's cousin and best friend, talks about how astrology influences her work and parenting styles Jessica Lanyadoo, astrologer and host of "Ghost of a Podcast," explains how our cultural understanding of astrology has evolved and how this practice can be applied to social justice Zacchary Powell, astrologer and former president of the Association of Young Astrologers, explores how a spiritual practice of astrology can deepen self-understanding Read the transcript | Review the podcast Follow Embodied on Twitter and Instagram

The Derek Loudermilk Show (The Art of Adventure)
Stephan Schwartz | Remote Viewing the Years 2050 and 2060, Non-local Consciousness, and a New Species of Humans?

The Derek Loudermilk Show (The Art of Adventure)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 87:06


"The most powerful force on earth is the collective intention of humans" - Stephan Schwartz I'm so thrilled to have Stephan Schwartz as a guest on the show today. I have spend several months digging into his incredible body of academic research in remote viewing and nonlocal consciousness. Stephan A. Schwartz is an internationally renown researcher in the field of extraordinary human functioning. He is the former Research Director of the Mobius Society, and a founder and past-president of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness Stephan is the author of several books including The Secret Vaults of Time, The 8 Laws of Change, and The Alexandria project. Stephan is actively publishing in 7 academic fields, and writes the daily Schwartz Report - monitoring the trends that will shape our future Today we are going to talk about some of his early work determining experimentally the basis for what became remote viewing and non local consciousness which he used to find archaealogy sites around the world. Then we will get into his remote viewing data from the year 2050 and year 2060 - where he maps the consensus trends from thousands of remote viewers about what the earth will be like in those years. What you'll learn in this episode: What are the change in the world that will be here by the year 2050 and 2060: The end of the internal combustion engine, climate migration , changes in health care, changes in distribution of political power, local communities and food production, new pandemics, reduction in air travel, decline of chemical-industrial monoculture farming, rise of a new species of humans: Homo superiorWhat is remote viewing and non local consciousnessHow Stephan got his start remote viewing in the NavyStephan's Archaeology remote viewing projects Quotes "I wouldn't do classified research for the government. I turned down large sums of money [because I believe this information should be available to everyone]" - Stephan Schwartz "I never apply for any research projects - people always come to me with ideas and funding"- Stephan Schwartz ""Every decision you make is a vote for a certain type of reality"- Stephan Schwartz "The great mystery questions are: What is information? and What is Consciousness?"- Stephan Schwartz "The optimal way of doing anything is to have it foster wellbeing"- Stephan Schwartz Continue the adventure: Stephan Schwartz' website Books: The Secret Vaults of Time The 8 Laws of Change The Alexandria Project You'll also love these episodes: Caroline Cory | Wormholes, UFOs, Superhuman Abilities, and more… Elizabeth April | The Galactic Federation, Ascension, Remote Viewing, Rare ET Species, and more… Ben Joseph Stewart | Superhumans, Psychedelics, Inspirational Conspiracy, and More! Michael and Jamie Thornhill | Plant Teachers, Soul Blueprints, Spirit Teams, and more… Robert Waggoner | The Wild World of Lucid Dreaming Eileen Day McKusick | Tuning The Human Biofield, The Electric Universe, Biomimicry Business Models, and more! Dr. James Hardt | Brainwaves, The Force, Creativity, Kundalini, ESP and more Jim Fortin | Transforming your Life with Brain Science, Ancient Wisdom, and Psychology Dawson Church | How Consciousness Creates Material Reality, EFT Tapping, Eco Mediation, and more Michael Thornhill | Founder of Casa Galactica, Ayahuasca Retreat Center, on Healing Trauma and Channeling Interdimensional Beings

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday ”Using Neuroscience to Recognize Individuality and Uniqueness”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 8:00


Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast.  I'm Andrea Samadi, and launched this podcast just over 3 years ago, with a vision to bridge the gap between theory and practice, and help all of us (whether we are a teacher in the classroom, or in the modern workplace) to understand the most current brain research, and how to use it, for improved productivity and results. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to leverage off something we've been talking about on the past few episodes, that we are all unique, and our brain makes us this way with “a pattern of connectivity as unique as our fingerprints.” (Deane Alban).   Have you ever wondered “what makes you unique from others? Or why you do things a certain way?” I certainly have wondered this, and I think back to the days I worked in the motivational speaking industry and when discussing how change occurs, we went straight to the importance of understanding our paradigms, or habitual behavior and that if we want to experience change, we would need to change these habits, that began with changing our thoughts, feelings and actions, to attain the newly desired results. But now I see that there's a simple answer to why we are unique, or do things in a certain way. I recently came across Chantel Prat's book, The Neuroscience of You: How Every Brain is Different and How to Understand Yours[i] and I thought back to last week's Brain Fact Friday, and EP 244[ii] where we looked at how we are all unique, and it's our brain that makes us this way, and I wondered what we could learn from Chantel's book, that just came out last month, to help us to figure out who we are, with our brain in mind. I haven't finished reading her book yet, but the answer to “why we do what we do” stems from the fact that “my brain makes me this way.” (location 34, The Neuroscience of You, Prat). Prat tells the story of when she first realized this to be true, when she took a course that described the famous story of Phineas Gage, who was a railway worker who made an error that caused an iron spike to blast through his left cheek and out the top of his head, and this essentially changed the personality of Phineas Gage. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I'm taking this AHA moment from Chantel Prat's The Neuroscience of You to help us to understand ourselves on a deeper level. “If you change your brain, you change the person.” I could think about this one for the next year! I'm always looking for ways that we can improve our productivity and results, (and change ourselves for the better) and it would make sense to me that if we want to change ourselves in any way, that this change must take place in the brain, which will change the person. How exactly do we change our brain? Chantel Prat tells us that we can soak our brain in cortisol by increasing our stress levels, and this in fact will change our brain. But that's not the change I'm looking for. Or we can shrink our brain with the research that Dr. Andrew Huberman[iii] provided for us on his eye-opening podcast episode on “What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain and Health” which is also not the answer I was looking for. Or we can repeatedly take certain actions to strengthen the neural pathways or “roads” in our brain, and with time, these pathways strengthen, making whatever we are learning simpler, and easier to perform. This is getting closer to the change I'm hoping we all can attain. When we do something over and over again, eventually we will change our brain in the process, like the London taxi drivers, whose memory center, or the hippocampus in their brain, was significantly larger due to the mental workout they get while navigating the 25,00 streets of London. So, for this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to stop and think for a moment about how each person we interact with, has a brain that's unique from ours.  We can go all the way back to EP #168[iv] where Dr. Bruce Perry taught us that our brains are different based on our life's experiences, or “What's happened to us” and rather than judging someone who is different than we are, to work on getting to that place of understanding with each person we interact with. Dr. Ginger told us on EP#243[v] that the biggest AHA moment of learning she's had in all the years of covering Brain Science on her podcast, was that we are all different, and perceive the world in different ways, and that if we could embrace each other's differences, the world would have less conflict and be a better place. Chantel Prat said the same thing in her book, The Neuroscience of You when she said, “As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has, or ever will have.” We are all unique and our brain makes us this way. When you look at people (your co-workers, your friends, family members) what do you see? Do you see the “spirit” in each person, like Dr. Gervais talked about on EP #214[vi] on her book, The Spirit of Work where she connected science and business for a happier, more productive workplace, by making sure we all saw the “spirit” or uniqueness of each individual? REVIEW and CONCLUSION To review and close out this week's Brain Fact Friday We are all unique and our brain makes us this way. (Prat) If we want to change ourselves in any way, whether it's to attain new results, or become a new person, it will involve change at the level of our brain. We can change our brain for the better, by repeatedly taking action towards our goals, and strengthening our “roads” or neural pathways. We can also change our brains for the worse. As human beings, our job is to help people realize how rare and valuable each of us really is. (Prat) I don't have all the answers yet and maybe I'll know more after I finish reading The Neuroscience of You, but I think it's fascinating to see how we have the ability to become an entirely different person, just from changing our brains. And we can make this change from learning and applying something new, growing our brain, and changing ourselves in the process. Like I mentioned with Ryan O'Neill, from EP #203[vii] who changed into an entirely different person in front of my eyes as he worked hard and steady, in the Paranormal Research field. What do you think? Can you see this change I'm talking about? (in yourself and others)? With that thought, I'll close out this week, and see you next week, and hope that we all keep learning, improving and changing…for the better. REFERENCES: [i] The Neuroscience of You: How Every Brain is Different and How to Understand Yours by Chantel Pratt, Ph.D published August 2, 2022 https://www.amazon.com/Neuroscience-You-Every-Different-Understand/dp/1524746606 [ii] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #244 “Using Neuroscience to Change Our Perception” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-fact-friday-using-neuroscience-to-change-our-perception/ [iii] Dr. Andrew Huberman's Podcast on “What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain and Health” https://hubermanlab.com/what-alcohol-does-to-your-body-brain-health/  (37:39 alcohol and cortisol). [iv]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #168 with Dr. Bruce Perry and Steve Graner on “What Happened to You”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/dr-bruce-perry-and-steve-graner-from-the-neurosequential-network-on-what-we-should-all-know-about-what-happened-to-you/ [v] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #243 with Dr. Ginger Campbell, MD on “Exploring Brain Science for Career and Life Success” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/dr-ginger-campbell-md-on-exploring-brain-science-for-career-and-life-success/ [vi]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #214 with Dr. Marie Gervais on “The Spirit of Work”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/marie-gervais-phd-on-the-spirit-of-work-connecting-science-business-practices-and-sacred-texts-for-a-happier-and-more-productive-workplace/ [vii][vii]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #203 with Paranormal Researcher Ryan O'Neill on “Making Your Vision a Reality”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/case-study-with-paranormal-researcher-ryan-o-neill-on-making-your-vision-a-reality/  

Master Minds
Making (False) Memories with Dr. Henry Roediger

Master Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 28:46


Today, we are taking a deep dive into the brain to learn about psychology of memories. We sat down with Dr. Henry Roediger, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences here at WashU and co author of the book, “Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning”. Dr. Roediger has been a pioneer in studying memory accessibility and retrieval, particularly false memories. Our conversation spanned topics from improving the Navy SEAL's training to testing the reliability of eyewitness accounts in court.

Masters in Psychology Podcast
32: Christina B. Gee, PhD – Associate Professor Recalls the Significant People, and Experiences, which Led Her to a Career in Psychology

Masters in Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 36:04


As a high school student at the Bronx High School of Science, Dr. Christina B. Gee remembers being focused primarily on math and science because they didn't offer any psychology classes. She recalls that her interest in psychology only came after she started college at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. In this podcast interview, Dr. Christina B. Gee shares her academic and professional journey by discussing the fortunate events that led her to become aware of, and interested in, the field of psychology. In addition to discussing how she searched for psychology graduate programs in Illinois, and why she chose the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for her master's and PhD in clinical/community psychology, Dr. Gee also shares the significant experiences and people that helped shape her life and the direction of her research. Throughout our discussion, Dr. Gee offers her thoughts, experiences, and advice regarding topics important to graduate students including finding the right internship and things to consider when searching for an internship, research and lab experience and how to find these opportunities, and how to decide if you are truly interested in research before applying to PhD programs. She also offers advice to those who are not sure what psychology career path to take (e.g., academic path or practitioner path). During her last year at Cornell, Dr. Gee realized that she wanted to attend graduate school and she also realized that she didn't have any research experience, so she began volunteering in a developmental psychology lab. She wanted to get more experience to be competitive for graduate school so she began cold emailing many different professors in New York, mostly NYU, to see if she could volunteer or work in their labs. She recalls that most of them never returned her emails, fortunately she got lucky and one of them did reply to her email. Professor Mary O'Brien, who was in the clinical psychology program, focused on the influence of marital conflict on child adjustment. Dr. Gee states “it was just very lucky for me that I got linked up with this lab and that really shaped the direction of my research for years to come.” Dr. Gee is now the Principal Investigator of a research laboratory at GW called the Diverse Family Relationships Lab where they work on a lot of different types of projects. The Lab “is interested in relationship process and adjustment for couples, parents, and families who are diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, culture, and socio-economic status.” Some of the research studies the group has already completed include an Asian American Help-Seeking Study and Young Parents Study. They are currently working on the Unified Parenting Project which is “a study of coparenting processes in non-cohabiting parents. This study is also piloting the Coparenting Check-up, which is a free two-session assessment of how parents work together to support each other in raising their child.” As an Associate Professor in the Clinical/Community Psychology program in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at The George Washington University, she explains why students should consider attending their program if they “really want to attend a clinical program that doesn't just give lip service to diversity” because “diversity is really infused into all aspects of our program.” One thing that you may not know about Dr. Christina B. Gee is that she grew up in a restaurant family. Her father worked in the restaurant industry from the time he was a teenager until his late 40's. In fact, both her mom and dad are really great cooks. Because of this, she really loves to cook and admits “I probably spend about 50% of my free time thinking about food, planning to cook, or actually cooking.” She says, “our vacations are typically planned around finding the best foods, and it's really a plus that our sons are foodies as well.” Connect with Christina B.

Just Relationships
Victim to Victorious - Part 2

Just Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 26:53


Dr. Duffy speaks with the author of Victim To Victorious: a Fresh Start in 28 Days, Edwige Gilbert, who discusses Brain Science and how we can deconstruct our beliefs to push the reset button. We can practice the C's of building a new personal construct: Calm, Clear, Create, Center, and Connect.

The Healthy Project Podcast
Improve Cognitive Function with Exercise

The Healthy Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 29:00


You probably already know regular exercise is good for your heart and maintaining a healthy weight and strong muscles, but getting your heart racing can actually help to boost your thinking skills and brain health. There are plenty of good reasons to exercise, whether you want to lose weight, lower your blood pressure, or just feel better about yourself.In this episode, I speak with Dr. Michelle Voss Ph.D., Psychological, and Brain Sciences, The University of Iowa. We discuss:What is the effect of exercise on cognitive function?Brain-healthy diet vs. physical activity. Does one have an advantage over the other?What is the minimum exercise requirement to improve cognitive function?What does it mean when people say physical activity slows aging?Connect with Michelle:TwitterFacebookHealth, Brain, and Cognition LabSleep, Move, Stand ResearchConnect with Corey:https://www.linkedin.com/in/coreydlewis/**My City My Health Conference 2022**In Person: https://mycity.health/event/my-city-my-health-conference-in-person/#tribe-ticketsVirtual: https://mycity.health/event/my-city-my-health-conference-2022/#tribe-ticketsAdvertising inquiries: Advertise@thehealthyproject.coSupport the show

Best Of Neurosummit
Dr Sue Morter and Anat Baniel: How to Rid Stress from Your Body – Part 2

Best Of Neurosummit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 27:24


 It's easy to go into overwhelm when you watch the news --- the pandemic, school shootings, wars, inflation, division, and so much more. With everything happening in our world today, how do we not feel stress?   Lisa continues the conversation today with guests Dr Sue Morter and Anat Baniel, who are experts in energy methods which help us to live abundantly healthy lives. International speaker, Master of Bio-Energetic Theory, and Quantum Field visionary, Dr. Sue Morter utilizes the embodiment of high-frequency energy patterns to activate full human potential. Today she discusses the relationship of quantum science and energy medicine and how it is possible to elevate human consciousness into life mastery. She is the best-selling author of “The Energy Codes: The 7-Step System to Awaken Your Spirit, Heal Your Body, and Live Your Best Life.” Dr. Sue talks about techniques to activate untapped energy and neurocircuitry in the body, empower hidden potential, and become one's true, essential self. Anat Baniel, founder of Anat Baniel Method®NeuroMovement®, has developed a method, supported by brain science, that intentionally and powerfully taps into our brain's enormous potential for change and learning throughout life. She has trained nearly 1000 practitioners and they have helped thousands of women and men overcome pain and limitations, increase physical freedom, develop an ever-growing creative and independent mind, and live authentically in their power. She is also internationally known for her groundbreaking and transformational work with children with special needs and their parents. Anat is the author of best-selling “Move Into Life: The Nine Essentials for Lifelong Vitality” and “Kids Beyond Limits.” Together Dr Sue and Anat share ways to remove the stress from our bodies and remind ourselves that we are not in immediate danger. By allowing ourselves to be in this present moment, right now, and slowing down our breath, we can overcome the tiredness and depletion of stress. We can operate more easily in our executive centers of our brains thereby leading to better decision-making, more creativity, higher energy, and balance overall as we move toward more vibrant vitality and optimal health.  Info: DrSueMorter.com AND AnatBanielMethod.com.

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Understanding, Recognizing, and Dealing with Narcissists with Dr. Craig Malkin

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 67:08 Very Popular


We all have narcissistic traits. Having some sense of our own specialness isn't just normal, it's actually psychologically healthy. The problems start when people go beyond normal levels, and become addicted to feeling special. On this episode, Forrest is joined by Dr. Craig Malkin to explore narcissism and narcissistic traits. They talk about the different forms narcissism takes, the difference between narcissistic traits and narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), red flags, dealing with narcissists, treatment options, and finding the “right amount” of feeling special.About our Guest: Dr. Malkin is a Lecturer in Psychology for Harvard Medical School, a licensed psychologist with several decades of clinical experience, and the author of Rethinking Narcissism: The Secret to Recognizing and Coping with Narcissists. He also has a great YouTube channel. Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:35: Narcissism as a pervasive universal trait4:10: What differentiates healthy narcissism vs. disordered narcissism?5:45: “Triple E” - exploitation, entitlement, empathy impairments6:45: Incapable of empathy, or unmotivated?9:10: What distinguishes having narcissistic traits from having NPD?13:05: Extraverted, covert, and communal narcissism23:10: Healthy and unhealthy narcissistic traits often go together25:20: Insecure attachment28:30: Emotional hot potato32:10: Social and cultural power dynamics 36:25: What does healing narcissism look like?42:55: What modalities do you use in therapy?45:20: Difficult relationships, communal activation, empathy prompts50:35: Extinction bursts and using anxiety responses in therapy53:25: How do you repair with your partner? 57:05: RecapGrief and Loss Workshop: We all face losses in life, from separation and disappointment to shocking, even traumatic events. Join me August 13 and 14 for 7 hours of LIVE, online teaching focused on learning simple, powerful practices that help us come to terms with loss, heal, and find happiness again. Use coupon code BEINGWELL25 at checkout for an additional 25% off the registration price.Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Bombas designed their socks, shirts, and underwear to be the clothes you can't wait to put on every day. Visit bombas.com/beingwell and use code beingwell for 20% off. Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activate your dream life with strategies in brain science and scripture

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 26:02


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed. In this episode, you will learn the Kingdom purpose for dreams and will learn the powerful science of dreams. Additionally, Dr. Darlene gives you her strategies, based in brain science and in scripture, to awaken your dream life, and even to learn to transform your dream life to help you heal. You will hear about the "Prayer Code" in this episode, which is a workshop that Dr. Mayo hosted in 2021. This was one of our most transformative workshops released to date. To learn more about that workshop and to get information about accessing the replay, visit the following link: https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/the-prayer-codeBe sure to access our free gift to you, your “Increase Your Faith” kit, at https://increaseyourfaith.life. You will receive a chapter from Dr. Mayo's book, The Science of God's Healing Power; a Kingdom mindset assessment to help you identify mindsets that are holding you back from being healed; and an invitation to our amazing community "Healing in the Kingdom"As a way to say “thank you” to our podcast listeners, Dr. Mayo is offering a FREE month of access to the powerful program she mentions in this interview, called The Anchor. Through teaching and coaching, this program has broken many people free from poverty mindset and other mindsets that keep you from being healed and stepping fully into your destiny, equipped with all the resources you need! To learn more about this transformative program and access your FREE month, click here: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/the-anchor-free-month

Learning Unlocked with Brit Bingold
S5E40: Strategies that Fuel the Brain

Learning Unlocked with Brit Bingold

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 67:20


Guest: Julia Salce, Instructional Specialist  In this episode, Julia and I chat about the ways the brain learns and how and WHY the 'link-it-learn-it-log-it' strategy for note-taking and the 'blind brain dump' strategy for retrieval practice help ALL students learn.  Want more? julia.salce@gilbertschools.net Uncommon Sense Teaching by Barbara Oakley, Beth Rogowsky, and Terrence J. Sejnowski (the big orange book that Julia LOVES). The 'Link-It-Learn-It-Log-It' Strategy by Julia Salce The 'Blind Brain Dump with Color Coding' Strategy  Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School by John Medina  Retrieval Practice: Resources and research for every classroom by Kate Jones

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?
Neurotechnology & Law with Allan McCay, LLB, DLP, G Dip Comm, PhD

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 41:09


Do we have free will? How is our decision-making different from machines? Will artificial intelligence replace us in the workforce? What are the legal implications of committing a crime using a brain-machine interface? Can we use neurotechnology to rehabilitate criminal offenders?  Tune into the thought-provoking discussion about neurotechnology and law with Dr. Allan McCay from the Sydney Institute of Criminology and The University of Sydney Law School! --- NEUROCAREERS PODCAST GUEST Allan McCay, LLB, DLP, G Dip Comm, PhD is an Academic Fellow at Sydney Law School and Deputy Director at Sydney Institute of Criminology You can get in touch with Dr. Allan McCay and find out more information about the connection between neurotechnology and law here: The University of Sydney Law School https://www.sydney.edu.au/arts/about/our-people/academic-staff/allan-mccay.html Dr. McCay's site https://sites.google.com/site/allanmccay/ Dr. McCay's report on Neurotechnology, law and the legal profession https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/topics/research/how-will-brain-monitoring-technology-influence-the-practice-of-law The Australian Neurolaw Database https://neurolaw.edu.au/ The Neurorights Foundation https://neurorightsfoundation.org/ Dr. McCay's contact email: amcc4688@gmail.com OR allan.mccay@sydney.edu.au Twitter: @DrAllanMcCay LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allan-mccay-81b285185/?originalSubdomain=au --- NEUROCAREERS PODCAST HOST The podcast is brought to you by The Institute of Neuroapproaches and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, PhD - a neuroscience educator and career coach for students and recent graduates: https://www.neuroapproaches.org/ Get in touch with Dr. K. at neuroapproaches@gmail.com Schedule an appointment at https://neuroapproaches.as.me/ Stay tuned!

SeedTime Living
How to reduce anxiety with the Bible and Brain science (with Alicia Michelle)

SeedTime Living

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 38:07


In this episode I'm talking about anxiety with Alicia Michelle. She is a certified NeuroCoach and host of the award-winning Christian Mindset Coach Podcast. She loves equipping Christian women with practical brain-and-biblically-based tools to overcome anxiety, perfectionism and self-sabotage so that they can cultivate godly confidence and find lasting peace.   Links Mentioned: Vibrant Christian Living Managing Your Mind Workshop   These are a few of the topics we cover: Teaching your kids simple mindset tools Hearing God's voice of truth Recognizing anxiety   Find out more at: seedtime.com

Embodied
Invested: When It Gets Uncomfortable With Family

Embodied

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 37:25 Very Popular


Anita shares an episode of “This Is Uncomfortable,” a podcast from Marketplace that explores the ways money messes with our relationships and life plans. Rebecca Danigelis never planned to stop working. Raising two kids as a single mom, everything she earned went to making sure they got the best education she could afford. But when her son Sian-Pierre's career took off, hers started to crumble. Find “This Is Uncomfortable” wherever you get your podcasts. Look out for their next season in early October.

Stanford Psychology Podcast
61 - Chaz Firestone: Melting Ice With Your Mind

Stanford Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 42:58


Joseph chats with Chaz Firestone, Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. Chaz's lab studies how we see and think, and how seeing and thinking interact to produce sophisticated behavior. Recent projects in his lab have explored how our minds generate physical intuitions about the world, and other foundational questions about the nature of perception. Chaz has been named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science, and this year was awarded the Stanton Prize by the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, which recognizes one young scholar who has made significant contributions to research at the intersection of psychology and the philosophy of mind. In this episode Chaz talks about his recent publication in Psychological Science titled "Melting ice with your mind: Representational momentum for physical states”. The study found that participants who viewed objects undergoing state changes (e.g., ice melting, logs burning) remember them as more changed than they actually were. Chaz discusses the implications of these findings for our theories of event perception and memory.If you found this episode interesting at all, consider leaving us a good rating! It just takes a second but will allow us to reach more people and make them excited about psychology.LinksChaz & colleagues' paper: *Hafri, A., *Boger, T., & Firestone, C. (2022). Melting ice with your mind: Representational momentum for physical states. Psychological Science, 33(5), 725-735Chaz's Twitter @chazfirestoneJoseph's Twitter @outa_josephPodcast Twitter @StanfordPsyPodLet us know what you thought of this episode, or of the podcast! :) stanfordpsychpodcast@gmail.com

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Dr. Ginger Campbell, MD on ”Exploring Brain Science: For Career and Life Success”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 41:36


Our guest today, Dr. Ginger Campbell has been running her Brain Science Podcast[i] since 2006, and anyone who studies the topic of Neuroscience would have come across her work, as a pioneer, where she launched her podcast all those years ago because she believes that “understanding how our brain really works is essential for being a good citizen in the 21st Century.”[ii] Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/W6QeFM6-9lI On this episode we will learn: ✔  Podcast Hall of Fame, 2022, Dr. Ginger Campbell, host of the Brain Science Podcast: Why an MD began podcasting. ✔ Why Dr. Ginger believes that understanding our brain, is essential for being a good citizen in the 21st Century. ✔ Top lessons she has learned from hosting the Brain Science Podcast since 2006. ✔ What is that feeling of certainty? ✔ Where does intuition come in, and can we trust it? ✔ Is interoception (listening to what we feel in our body) reliable? ✔ What about solving our problems in our dreams? Is this reliable? ✔ What about premonitions? Can we trust them? ✔ Why do emotions make our memories stick? ✔ Things to consider with our thinking? We think, therefore we are wrong? ✔ How to distinguish neuroscience from pseudoscience? ✔ Dr. Ginger's thoughts on neuroscience in the field of education. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results, with our brain in mind. I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and educator with a passion for learning specifically on the topics of health, wellbeing and productivity, and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is to our everyday life and results using the most current brain research. On today's episode #243, we will be speaking with Dr. Virginia “Ginger” Campbell, MD, who is a physician, author and science communicator who was just inducted into the 2022 Podcast Hall of Fame. She also runs the podcast Books and Ideas, that includes more diverse guests including science fiction writers. Dr. Campbell spent over 20 years as an emergency physician in rural Alabama, and in 2014 she went back to the University of Alabama in Birmingham where she completed a Fellowship in Palliative Medicine which is an approach aimed at optimizing quality of life and mitigating suffering among people with serious, complex and often terminal illnesses. She now practices Palliative Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama and enjoys sharing her passion for science—especially neuroscience. When I was referred to Dr. Campbell for this interview, I almost jumped out of my chair and wrote back quickly, knowing how timely our conversation would be as I was editing our recent interview with physician and neurologist, Dr. Douyon. I know that Dr. Ginger will open our eyes even further to help us ALL to connect the dots with our brain, as it relates to our health and wellbeing. Let's welcome Dr. Ginger Campbell, and get right into her thoughts about Brain Science, and see what we will learn from her deep and vast experience to help us to all take our understanding of the brain, and our health, to new heights. Welcome Dr. Ginger! Thank you for joining me today. INTRO: So, Dr. Ginger, from my email to you, I'm sure you know that I'm a follower of your work as a pioneer not only in the podcasting world, but as someone who has successfully been helping people to understand how their brain works (which is why we launched this podcast. Can you tell us where your career began, what need did you see, and how did you find your way to podcasting in those early days when I'm sure you needed to understand how to create your own code and website? Q1: Dr. Ginger, now that we have an understanding of your background, I wanted to begin our questions today by telling you how honored I am to have the leader in the field of Neuroscience Podcasts, who was recently inducted into the Podcast Hall of Fame, on our show, but then I listened to your recent episode with Batja Mesquita, on “How Cultures Create Emotions” and now I'm aware of this thing that I do, where I always open up by highlighting the talents of my guests in the back story, showing how “special” they are, or maybe what I've learned from their work, but now I know that in some cultures, this might make some guests uncomfortable to hear all this praise about themselves. I had never thought about our emotions and how they are culturally connected. What are some top AHA moments of learning for you, as the host of the Brain Science Podcast, and why do you think “understanding how our brains work is essential for being a good citizen in the 21st Century?” If someone wants to gain access to your newsletter, where you share all the show notes for your recent episodes is the best way to text brainscience (all one word) to 55444? That's how I signed up for your newsletter. Q2: So, what is that “feeling of knowing” that we have? Where does it come from when we are certain of something (an answer on a test) or when we have those AHA moments when everything clicks? What is certainty? What is that feeling? Is it an emotion? In your book Are You Sure?[iii] you look at the unconscious origins of certainty, and if PART 1, you dive into Richard Burton's work on Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not[iv] which reminds me of an interview we did with Howard Rankin[v], on his book How Not to Think and that it's always important to look at something with a different perspective, since our thinking can be wrong. What should we know about our thoughts, how we create thoughts in our brain and what should we be careful of with our thinking process? What about some questions that I know science has yet to prove? Q3: Where does intuition come in? Can we trust it, or is it also unreliable lie our thoughts and memories? Q4: What about interoception (Antonio Damasio) and is this signal that we feel from within our body reliable? Q5: I'm looking to explore this thing called certainty?  What about our dreams? I can get some incredible answers to things I want to know this way, and I know you've mentioned that our dreams are one way that we can consolidate new ideas but what do you think about the validity of finding answers to our problems in our dreams?  Or even flashes of insight we might see in those times before we fall asleep? (organic chemistry example—was that August Kekule, whose dream revealed the structure of benzene? Q5B: Have you ever heard of people who say they “saw” something, before it occurred almost like a premonition? Can brain science explain that? Q6: Last April, I took a stab at creating an episode on “How Our Emotions Impact Learning, Memory and the Brain”[vi] and in this episode, I wanted to explain how our emotions help memories to stick and I used the example of how most of us can tell you detail by detail of where we were on Sept. 11th, 2001. But if you were to ask me what I did on Sept. 10th, what I ate for breakfast that day, or anything about that day, it's completely blank unless I just made stuff up backtracking from what I remember about Sept. 11th. Would you say my memories of Sept. 11th are accurate, or even when emotion is added, are our memories still unreliable? Q7: What should we take away about our thinking? We think, therefore we are wrong? Q8: What about neuroscience vs pseudoscience? Is there a quick and easy way to check to be sure we have the most current research (like finding a study on Pubmed) so we stick to the research, and stay clear of neuromyths? Q9: What you have seen with neuroscience in the field of education? Q10: Is there anything important that I've missed that you would like to share? Dr. Ginger, I want to thank you very much for the work that you have done to pave the way for people like me who came to the podcasting field later, but still very  passionate about learning and sharing new ideas and research, showing us that we can ALL learn something that can help us to be a better citizen, employee, parent, or even human. If someone wants to gain access to your newsletter, where you share all your upcoming episodes and the notes for each episode, a reminder for people to text brainscience (all one word) to 55444. I'll put the links for people to follow you in the show notes, and thank you again. I'm now motivated more than ever to keep learning, exploring and sharing ideas about science with the world. Thank you very much for role modeling the way, and WHI hope that you don't mind me pointing out your talents…that I saw go well beyond brain science and into technology, code, automation…but that's a whole new interview! Thank you Dr. Ginger. FINAL THOUGHTS: To close out this episode, I do hope that if you are as interested in neuroscience as I am, that you do take a look at Dr. Ginger's podcast and website. She does have a section for educators that's easy to find, with many resources.  Today we learned quite a few lessons together, but my biggest take-away is that we all perceive the world in a slightly different manner, and when we don't see eye to eye with someone else (in our work environment, or our personal relationships) to remember this is our brain at work, and if we can be more tolerant of the differences we have with others, we would have less conflict in our lives. Thinking with our brain in mind really can be life-altering. I hope you've enjoyed this episode, and taken away something to help you to create more success in your work or personal life, and I'll see you in a few days. FOLLOW DR. GINGER Website www.brainsciencepodcast.com Email: brainsciencepodcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/docartemis Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GingerCampbellMD LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/docartemis/ RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS: https://brainsciencepodcast.com/for-educators OTHER RESOURCES: On Intelligence: How a New Understanding of the Brain Will Lead to the Creation of Truly Intelligent Machines by Jeff Hawkins, August 1, 2005 https://www.amazon.com/Intelligence-Understanding-Creation-Intelligent-Machines/dp/0805078533 Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not Robert Alan Burton Feb. 5, 2008 https://www.amazon.com/Being-Certain-Believing-Right-Youre-ebook/dp/B003J5UJHW/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman Published October 21, 2011  https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Fast-Slow-Daniel-Kahneman-ebook/dp/B00555X8OA/ref=sr_1_1?crid=FZ8EXQMZMLN7&keywords=thinking+fast+and+slow&qid=1661907469&s=books&sprefix=thinking+fast+%2Cstripbooks%2C143&sr=1-1 REFERENCES: [i] https://brainsciencepodcast.com/ [ii] Dr. Ginger Campbell from the Podcasting Hall of Fame 2022 Ceremony https://podcasthof.com/ [iii] https://www.amazon.com/Are-Sure-Unconscious-Origins-Certainty/dp/1951591259 [iv] Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not Robert Alan Burton Feb. 5, 2008 https://www.amazon.com/Being-Certain-Believing-Right-Youre-ebook/dp/B003J5UJHW/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= [v]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #146 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/expert-in-psychology-cognitive-neuroscience-and-neurotechnology-howard-rankin-phd-on-how-not-to-think/ [vi]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #127 “How Emotional Impact Learning, Memory and the Brain” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-fact-friday-how-emotions-impact-learning-memory-and-the-brain/  

Best Of Neurosummit
Dr Sue Morter and Anat Baniel: How to Rid Stress from Your Body – Part 1

Best Of Neurosummit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 37:13


We are living in very stressful times. With news of war, the pandemic, rights being taken away, the economy, inflation, and so much more, it is so easy to go into anxiety and overwhelm. So how do we manage? How do we handle the pressure and negativity so we do not experience the negative effects of holding stress in our bodies? Today's guests are Dr Sue Morter and Anat Baniel who are experts in energy methods which help us to live abundantly healthy lives. International speaker, Master of Bio-Energetic Theory, and Quantum Field visionary, Dr. Sue Morter utilizes the embodiment of high-frequency energy patterns to activate full human potential. Today she discusses the relationship of quantum science and energy medicine and how it is possible to elevate human consciousness into life mastery. She is the best-selling author of “The Energy Codes: The 7-Step System to Awaken Your Spirit, Heal Your Body, and Live Your Best Life.” Dr. Sue talks about techniques to activate untapped energy and neurocircuitry in the body, empower hidden potential, and become one's true, essential self. Anat Baniel, founder of Anat Baniel Method®NeuroMovement®, has developed a method, supported by brain science, that intentionally and powerfully taps into our brain's enormous potential for change and learning throughout life. She has trained nearly 1000 practitioners and they have helped thousands of women and men overcome pain and limitations, increase physical freedom, develop an ever-growing creative and independent mind, and live authentically in their power. She is also internationally known for her groundbreaking and transformational work with children with special needs and their parents. Anat is the author of the best-selling “Move Into Life: The Nine Essentials for Lifelong Vitality” and “Kids Beyond Limits.” This is Part 1 of the interview.  Info: DrSueMorter.com AND AnatBanielMethod.com.

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Dealing with Difficult Emotions with Mollie West Duffy

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 70:10 Very Popular


We all experience big, difficult feelings, from common emotions like uncertainty, anger, despair, and regret, to difficult experiences like the pains of comparison, burnout, and perfectionism. On today's episode of Being Well Podcast, Forrest is joined by the wonderful author, coach, and content creator Mollie West Duffy to explore how we can accept those big feelings, learn to live alongside them, and develop tools that help us deal with them more effectively.About Our Guest: Mollie is an expert in organizational design, development, and leadership who has helped advise and coach executives and founders at companies including Google, Casper, and LinkedIn. She's the co-author of the bestselling book No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work, and the recently released Big Feelings: How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay, and is also one half of the Instagram account, @lizandmollie. Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:30: Why is Mollie's new book called Big Feelings?5:10: The useful flip side6:45: How Mollie's relationship to anger changed during the creation of this book9:20: Difficult emotions as a resource and source of regulation11:30: Unhelpful myths in how to deal with difficult emotions16:45: Healthy responses to those myths21:10: Vulnerability25:50: Emotional granularity27:05: Lengthening the time between trigger and response30:05: Processing anxiety35:25: How to relax the desire for control41:45: Medication44:10: Anxiety doesn't accurately reflect risk46:40: Burnout - even around things you enjoy55:25: Comparing our suffering with others57:05: Comparing our accomplishments with others1:01:35: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:MDbio is a plant-based medicine company with natural products that address sleep, anxiety, pain, and immunity. Get your FREE 10-count sample pack by going to mdbiowellness.com and entering the promo code BEINGWELL at checkout!Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Ready to shake up your protein Ritual? Being Well listeners get 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/WELL.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website