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Songbirding
S4E27 - A Loudness of Trumpeter Swans

Songbirding

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 23:16


Every winter, the Trumpeter Swans return to their "territory" at LaSalle Park in Burlington, Ontario. Listener survey: https://songbirding.com/survey Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Songbirding Cover Art (Blackburnian Warbler) by Lauren Helton: https://tinylongwing.carbonmade.com/projects/5344062 Creative Commons music by Kevin McLeod This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-da20d0 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Songbirding.

Ducks Unlimited Podcast
EP. 43 – Collector's Series: Kory Rogers, Shelburne Museum

Ducks Unlimited Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 30:03


Chief Curator of the Shelburne Museum in Burlington, Vermont, Kory Rogers, joins Katie Burke to discuss the Joel Barber decoy collection. The two chat about Barber's unique influence on the collecting community as the father of decoy collecting. They also briefly discuss the Shelburne's new online exhibit, In Plain Sight: Rediscovering Charles Sumner Bunn's Shorebird Decoys, as well as the important role of the museum which is separate from that of the private collector. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast

Therapy Chat
307: Setting Boundaries with Sharon Martin

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 44:20


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week's episode is timely as the holiday season is in full swing. In today's episode, host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C interviews returning guest Sharon Martin, LCSW about setting boundaries.  Sharon Martin, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in codependency recovery with an online practice serving California residents. For the past 20 years, she's been helping perfectionists and people-pleasers overcome self-doubt and shame, embrace their imperfections, learn to set boundaries, and reclaim their self-worth. Sharon writes the blog Conquering Codependency for Psychology Today and is the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism and The Better Boundaries Workbook. Resources Sharon's website: https://www.livewellwithsharonmartin.com/ Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Learning Life with Jon Tota
#152: Forecasting the Future with Tom Messner

Learning Life with Jon Tota

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 26:29


This week Jon sits down with Vermont's favorite weatherman, Tom Messner. After 31 years at NBC5 serving Northern New York and Vermont as Chief Meteorologist, Tom is retiring from our televisions and moving on to a new chapter as a media consultant, early stage investor and advocate for the Vermont entrepreneurial community. Messner may be leaving TV, but he's invested right here in Burlington. Between the beautiful state and the people of the community, Tom says Vermont is the perfect place to build a business. After decades of finding sunshine for the community, Tom is ready to help local businesses and startups find opportunities. His advice to entrepreneurs, “Don't be afraid to reach out! People in this community are so willing to help and they want to see what you're trying to do succeed.” Get in touch with Tom at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-messner-49146414b/ Check out our full video interview recorded at Syntax Studio on Pine St: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOhBEfPX7aQ&t=2s

The Mom Room
EP147. Dear Meghan Markle

The Mom Room

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 26:38


EP147. Renee responds to Meghan Markle's comment "When you have one kid, it's a hobby. Two children is parenting." Lots to unpack and consider here! Also, she explains how they've been using a timer for Milo and what she and her husband are going to be up to this weekend. RENEE REINA Instagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_ MERCH: The Mom Room Shop TikTok: @reneereina_ Facebook Community SPONSORS Better Help. Visit www.betterhelp.com/momroom to get 10% off your first month! Canva Pro. Get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you visit Canva.me/MOMROOM and use code MOMROOM. Mapleview Centre. Burlington's Favourite Shopping Mall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Science Modeling Talks
Episode 27 - John Baunach - Computational Modeling and More

Science Modeling Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 44:17


This month, Mark talks with John Baunach, a modeler and teacher of ninth-grade physics. He talks about his career journey as well as the ways that modeling changed his teaching. They talk about computational modeling in physics first using code to help students understand mechanics. They also talk about the flow of courses at John's school and the newest modeling workshop, modeling astronomy. Finally, they talk about tips for new modelers and advice to all teachers. Guest Bio John Baunach John has been teaching for nearly a decade, in public, private, and parochial high schools (and briefly in a university setting). He was born and raised in Louisville, KY, before attending Vanderbilt for his Bachelor's in Physics and Astronomy. He taught briefly after graduation at a local public high school, before returning for a Master's in Physics, where he was blessed to volunteer at NASA's Langley Research Center while finishing his thesis on space radiation protection modeling. He returned to education in the Nashville area, and in 2014 he attended a modeling workshop at Western Kentucky University, which had a career-changing impact on his teaching philosophy. He worked for three years at a school with a Physics First curriculum and Modeling Instruction integrated at all levels of science. He currently teaches Physics (9th Grade) and Statistics at Doane Academy, an independent K-12 day school in Burlington, NJ, just north of Philadelphia, where he is also the Science Department Chair and Director of Technology. He has led modeling workshops since 2020. https://twitter.com/JohnBaunach (Twitter) | https://instagram.com/johnbaunach (Instagram) | http://www.workingtheproblem.org (Website) Highlights [13:13] John Baunach, on why computational modeling helps students to learn: "what I find is most important is that it changes how students see math and its relationship to physics. Because oftentimes we go from motion maps to graphs and then jump from graphs and kind of derive the equations of motion from a graph. And I find coding is another nice half step between that point. And it is a different way... it lets us look at the world in one more different way and one more useful way." Resources Transcript https://sciencemodelingtalks.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/SMT-Ep27-John-Baunach-Transcript.pdf (John Transcript) Support this podcast

VPR News Podcast
Multilingualism is seen as an opportunity instead of a hurdle in Burlington schools

VPR News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 5:28


In Burlington schools, there are over 40 languages represented among students and their families. Burlington teachers are increasingly treating their students' home languages as an asset, rather than something the kids need to overcome.

The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
The Benefits Of Multilingual Learning

The Frequency: Daily Vermont News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 8:53


Embracing multilingualism among Burlington students. Plus, health officials are monitoring the Omicron variant, another candidate runs for Senate, and COVID-19 numbers.

The Mom Room
EP146. Pregnancy and Motherhood After Infertility, with Elizabeth King

The Mom Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 53:40


EP146. Elizabeth King is a Certified Fertility Health Coach, Master Certified ICF Life Coach, Birth & Bereavement Doula and New Parent Educator. In this episode she tells us how to thrive in pregnancy and motherhood after struggling with infertility or loss, why we should be considering male infertility early on and, about her experience with fertility and having three babies after the age of 40.  RENEE REINA Instagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_ The Mom Room Shop www.themomroompodcast.com TikTok: @reneereina_ Facebook Community ELIZABETH KING Instagram: @elizabethking_coaching Website: https://www.elizabethking.com SPONSORS Better Help. Visit www.betterhelp.com/momroom to get 10% off your first month! Canva Pro. Get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you visit Canva.me/MOMROOM and use code MOMROOM. Mapleview Centre. Burlington's Favourite Shopping Mall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Therapy Chat
306: Exploring Covid-Related Brain Fog + Fatigue with Kyle Davies

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 47:28


NOTE: This episode is not medical advice. If you have questions about COVID, consult your doctor. Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week host Laura Reagan welcomes returning guest Kyle Davies back to the show. Laura and Kyle discuss their experiences recovering from COVID and some of the long term symptoms of fatigue and brain fog that they and others they know have experienced. Kyle shares his perspective on COVID and how he has used similar techniques to those he practices with people who have chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses to help reduce such symptoms.  Kyle's bio: I spent 5 years at 2 universities studying academic psychology. When I left I trained and volunteered as a telephone counsellor for a helpline for carers of sufferers of dementia and got a real taste of the discomforts life can bring. But my real passion to understand and reduce human suffering stemmed from my own struggles with anxiety, depression, and other symptoms. During my late teens and early twenties, I was plagued with bouts of intense anxiety and depression which impacted my education, career, relationships and social life. I tried a variety of therapies; some helped a little, some were totally pointless. As I moved into my mid-twenties, my symptoms began to recede. I was intrigued and keen to understand what exactly it was that I had done that had contributed to my ‘recovery' at that time. I'd been playing with breathing and getting out of my overly active mind, but there was more to it than that. At the time I was working as a psychologist in management consulting, so I decided to train in a variety of therapeutic modalities and opened my first therapy clinic in 1999. In the early 2000s I began working in partnership with a medical doctor and we pioneered a new mind-body approach for working with symptoms of chronic fatigue and pain and other medically unexplained symptoms. Working with hundreds of clients, reading, researching, and continuing to observe my own experience, helped me to gain real insights into how we construct our reality, and what really causes suffering and symptoms. I began to see that human beings are designed to flow. We are self-healing and self-correcting, our default setting is to thrive. When we experience symptoms and syndromes, or are struggling in some way, something is blocking our flow, there are obstacles in the way, the energy valve is partially closed. Peeling away the layers to reveal our authentic core facilitates a return to wellness, vitality and peace of mind. Life is and ebb and flow, with lessons and challenges. My struggles and strifes didn't abandon me in my early twenties and as I got better at understanding the nature of experience, I could see in my own life that the layers and obstacles related to control, self-worth, resistance, sense of self, and, at a very deep level, how I saw myself in relation to the world around me. In most cases we see life as happening to us, we are victims of circumstance. Walking the path of energy-flow helps to open us to the realisation that life is flowing through us, we are life. As we do this the obstacles fall away and we begin to experience more of who we really are. My approach is to walk a path with my clients, maybe staying just one step ahead, applying the principles and practices together, on an experiential and ultimately transformational journey. I help my clients understand how their minds work. This goes beyond simple tools and techniques. As we begin to have a different perspective on who we are, we can shed who we are not. We can then break free from from the cage, the mental matrix with all the limiting beliefs, stories, narratives and conditioning that keep us shacked, operating in a limited version of ourselves. The aim is to help you experience all of you. To experience mental clarity, peace of mind and live with a real sense of personal freedom. Listen to Kyle's past Therapy Chat interviews here: Episode 230 Episode 161 Episode 115 Episode 110 Visit Kyle's website: https://energyflowcoaching.com/ Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

The Mom Room
EP145. Q & A with Renee

The Mom Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 29:47


EP145. Renee is answering your questions! What would she do differently in pregnancy/postpartum/early motherhood if she were to do it all over again?And, how did her and her husband make the decision to only have one child? Renee thoroughly answers both! RENEE REINA Instagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_ MERCH: The Mom Room Shop TikTok: @reneereina_ Facebook Community SPONSORS Better Help. Visit www.betterhelp.com/momroom to get 10% off your first month! Canva Pro. Get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you visit Canva.me/MOMROOM and use code MOMROOM. Organifi. Visit www.organifi.com and use code MOMROOM for 20% off your order! Mapleview Centre. Burlington's Favourite Shopping Mall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Wednesday Call with Andy Albright
EP296: Goal Setting To Triple Your Business

The Wednesday Call with Andy Albright

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 97:58


On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, your host Andy Albright comes to you live from The Alliance headquarters in Burlington, N.C. to talk about why goal setting leads to growth.  www.AndyAlbright.com @AndySAlbright www.NAALeads.com @NAALeadsTheWay @NationalAgentsAlliance #N247RU #DoTheDo #TheAlliance

The Mom Room
EP144. Attachment Science, with Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Tanya Cotler

The Mom Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 64:49


EP144. Dr. Tanya Cotler is an adult and child clinical psychologist who specializes in parent-child attachment and maternal mental health. In this episode she explains the difference between attachment science and attachment parenting, why sleep training is not detrimental to the parent-child bond and, how we as parents can foster a secure attachment in our child. Youd don't want to miss this one! BOOKS: 1. Parenting From Within 2. The Power of Showing Up 3. The Birth of a Mother RENEE REINA Instagram: @themomroompodcast | @reneereina_ MERCH: The Mom Room Shop TikTok: @reneereina_ Facebook Community DR. TANYA COTLER Website: Dr. Tanya Cotler Instagram: @drcotler SPONSORS Better Help. Visit www.betterhelp.com/momroom to get 10% off your first month! Canva Pro. Get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you visit Canva.me/MOMROOM and use code MOMROOM. Organifi. Visit www.organifi.com and use code MOMROOM for 20% off your order! Mapleview Centre. Burlington's Favourite Shopping Mall KiwiCo. Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping with code MOMROOM at www.kiwico.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

College Matters. Alma Matters.
Ruby Hsu on UVM: Community Entrepreneurship, Different Cultures and Exploring to Find Answers.

College Matters. Alma Matters.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 48:24


Episode summary introduction: Ruby grew up in Taiwan and did her High School in a boarding school in Northfield, Massachusetts. One of her High School teachers of Chinese origin took her to a Chinese restaurant in Burlington, Vermont. The restaurant owners told her that she could walk to their restaurant if she joined the University of Vermont in Burlington. Ruby Hsu is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a Bachelor's degree in Community Development and Applied Economics. In particular, we discuss the following with him: On Studying in the US Majoring in Community Development and Applied Economics Campus Life and Activities Advice to International Aspirants Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction to Ruby Hsu, UVM [] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [] Overall Experience [] High School Interests [] Transition to UVM [] Classmates [] Professors [] Campus Life [] Campus Activities [] Campus Jobs [] Summers [] UVM Impact on Career [] The US College Experience [] UVM Redo [] Advice to Int'l Aspirants [] Memories: Roommates [] Our Guest: Ruby Hsu is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a Bachelor's degree in Community Development and Applied Economics. Memorable Quote: “...they should get out of their comfort zone, because I do see a lot of students who go abroad to study and they still stay within their circle of friends.” Ruby Hsu to International Students. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email podcast@almamatters.io. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations:, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Breaker, Anchor. For Transcripts of all our podcasts, visit almamatters.io/podcasts.

Hope Church with Tadd Grandstaff
Tight Fisted | Week 3

Hope Church with Tadd Grandstaff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 40:02


So much of our lives are based on what we can acquire, accumulate, and build with our hands. As a result, our natural tendency is to keep it all that we have amassed clinched tightly within our fists. And as we tighten the grip in our hands, it ultimately leads to a heart that is just as tightly clenched. And when our hearts and hands are closed, nothing else gets in, and nothing can get out. But what if God intended for us to live with an open hand and not a closed fist? And what if an open hand led to an open heart? What could God bless you with, and how could your life be a blessing to others? When you choose to live with an open hand and an open heart, you start to change—and so does the world around you. Online Giving (https://pushpay.com/pay/hope4nc/vYX7L...​ Your tithes and gifts make a REAL difference at Hope and are vital to the every-day ministry of our church. We ask that you would prayerfully consider how God is leading you to give. Hope Church NC is located in Burlington, North Carolina and in Mebane, North Carolina

From Tailors With Love
60th Anniversary at Burlington Arcade | Match Report

From Tailors With Love

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 18:24


Today we talk about the event down Burlington Arcade where Z from Tie Another Day and I saw the celebrations get underway for the 60th Anniversary of the James Bond franchise happening next year.  Daniel Gaster also joins us to talk about those braces on that No Time To Die poster. What's wrong with this picture? More info and photos from the event can be found on the blog.  https://fromtailorswithlove.co.uk/podcasts From Tailors With Love is not represented, endorsed, sponsored or supported by EON, MGM, Danjaq or any other 3rd party.

Therapy Chat
305: Embodied Healing For Sexual Trauma with Erika Shershun

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 42:24


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C interviews Erika Shershun, LMFT, a somatic trauma therapist in California who specializes in working with survivors of sexual trauma. In this episode you'll hear Erika, who is trained in EMDR and Somatic Experiencing, talk about the importance of embodiment - being present in our bodies - to the healing process and how sexual trauma can make it difficult to stay in our bodies. She discusses some of the common reactions to sexual trauma and explains how her book, Healing Sexual Trauma, offers daily practices for grounding, orienting, coming into safety and coming into presence. She even demonstrates an orienting practice she frequently uses with clients.   Guest's Bio:   Erika Shershun, LMFT is a somatic psychotherapist specializing in working with sexual trauma survivors. Her work is body based and trauma informed, incorporating neurobiology and EMDR to help ease and resolve symptoms. Passionate about getting the needed tools that eluded her for so long into the hands of all survivors, she wrote the Healing Sexual Trauma Workbook, released by New Harbinger in July, 2021. Drawing on the powerful mind-body techniques of somatic therapy, it's a step-by-step guide to overcoming the physical and psychological effects of sexual trauma, increasing positive body awareness and restoring a sense of hope and vitality. Erika sees individual clients residing in California, and facilitates an ongoing weekly therapy group for female identified survivors at her practice in San Francisco (currently meeting remotely). A second specialization is working with artists, performers, and creatives. Erika welcomes and values diversity, including all races, sexualities, genders, body sizes, and abilities. Resources Find Erika's FREE e-book, The Many Ways to Ground, and purchase her workbook, The Healing Sexual Trauma Workbook, at: www.healingsexualtrauma.com.  Erika's therapy website is at: https://www.erikashershuntherapy.com/ Follow Erika on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/erikashershun  Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Learning Life with Jon Tota
#150: Social Made Simple with Sophia Rabe

Learning Life with Jon Tota

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 24:40


This week Jon sits down with Sophia Rabe, founder and CEO of Olive and Milo Social. Olive and Milo is a digital marketing agency that focuses on social media, offering services such as consulting, strategy, management, and measurement. Rabe grew up in the Mad River Valley and is a Champlain College alumni, choosing to set up her business right here in Burlington. Rabe chose Vermont over big city life after trying out a year in New York, finding the smaller towns less isolating and a better work and social environment, including a more personal way to build a business. Olive and Milo is named after Rabe's pet pig and cat, respectively. While the agency serves clients nationwide, today much of Rabe's client base is here in Vermont, helping businesses navigate the web of social media platforms and pinpointing where to focus efforts; be it Facebook, the “modern-day phonebook”, or Tik-Tok, the world's fastest growing hyperactive engagement platform. Learn more at https://oliveandmilo.com/.

SLOW FLOWERS with Debra Prinzing
Episode 532 Managing growth as a sole-proprietor with farmer-florist Sarah Wagstaff of SUOT Farm and Flowers

SLOW FLOWERS with Debra Prinzing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:08


Why is it that we’re supposedly moving into our quieter, perhaps dormant season, but we are doing everything but resting?! I don’t think I’m alone in this feeling, and I wanted to discuss it with you, and bring today’s guest into the conversation. Please meet Sarah Wagstaff, of SUOT Farm and Flowers, based in Burlington, […] The post Episode 532 Managing growth as a sole-proprietor with farmer-florist Sarah Wagstaff of SUOT Farm and Flowers appeared first on Debra Prinzing.

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Illegals in your Backyard - Sheriff Tom Hodgson- 11.16.21 Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:22


Sheriff Tom Hodgson joins Holly this hour to talk about the influx in illegal immigrants getting shipped to Massachusetts to a facility in Burlington.

Therapy Chat
304: Brainspotting with Perinatal Trauma With Jana Glass

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 42:00


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! In this week's episode host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C interviews Jana Glass, LPC about how she uses Brainspotting with her clients who have perinatal trauma.  Jana Glass is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified in Addictions, Perinatal Mental Health, Brainspotting, and Telemental Health. She founded her private practice, Supportive Solutions, LLC, to support people healing from trauma, recovering from substance abuse, and improving Perinatal Mental Health including support with fertility challenges, miscarriage, stillbirths, difficult births, and Pre and Postpartum Mood and Anxiety disorders. Jana is passionate about serving the Perinatal Mental Health Community due to her own challenges faced on her journey to parenthood. She found personal healing through Brainspotting and is energized when educating helping professionals and birthgivers about this transformative approach. Jana is a Brainspotting Specialty trainer who conducts the two day Connecting the Rainbow: Brainspotting to Heal Perinatal Trauma Training. She provides group and individual consultation to Clinicians while helping them navigate the path to Brainspotting Certification. Jana also moderates a Facebook group for professionals called "Brainspotting and Perinatal Mental Health" to support and guide clinicians working with this vital population. Resources Jana can be contacted at www.supportivesolutionsga.com. Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Dreaming In The Hollow
Womb Support for the Feminine with Lea Mahoney

Dreaming In The Hollow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 52:25


In this episode I had the wonderful privilege of speaking to Lea Mahoney. Lea is a womb and Abdominal Massage Therapist based in Burlington, Vermont who has been practicing bodywork since 2012, and has been studying holistic health for over a decade. Lea is certified in Massage Therapy, Ayurvedic Health Counseling, Maya Abdominal Therapy, Holistic Pelvic Care™, and is currently in training on Innate Postpartum Care. Lea is passionate about working with the sacred womb-space (whether the womb is physically present, or energetically) to create a container of safe, grounded healing. Through her work she is committed to supporting women, throughout all of their life cycles. Her goal is to hold space for them while they to get to know themselves and come back home into their bodies. Learn more about Lea at www.leamahoney.com Follow her on instagram at @leamahoney Resources Lea Recommends: To find a practitioner in your area and learn more about Abdominal Therapy go to www.abdominaltherapycollective.com To learn more about Holistic Pelvic Care™ go to www.wildfeminine.com Visit our website and learn more about what I do at mountainhollowmedicinals.com Follow us on Instagram @mountainhollowmedicinals Support this podcast by making a monthly monetary donation here anchor.fm/diana-hansen4 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diana-hansen4/support

PRI: Arts and Entertainment
Multilingual liaisons are ‘cultural brokers' for refugee students in this Vermont school district 

PRI: Arts and Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


English language learning programs in US schools have seen tidal changes in recent years, but perhaps nowhere as much as Burlington, Vermont.

Your Brain on Facts
Secret Cities (do-over, ep 170)

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 33:46


Quick, switch over to Vodacast to see the pictures I talk about in the episode! We all lose things -- keys, wallets, patience -- but how do you lose an entire city?  Hear the stories of three American towns built in a hurry but kept off the map, secure Soviet enclaves known by their post codes, ancient cities found by modern technology, and the ingenious engineering of underground dwellings. YBOF Book; Audiobook (basically everywhere but Audible); Merch Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram. Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs. Support the show Music by Kevin MacLeod, .   Links to all the research resources are on our website.    In the opal-mining region of South Australia, lies the town of Coober Peedy.  You're welcome to visit, but don't expect to see much.  There aren't many buildings, though the landscape is dotted with ventilation shafts.  There's almost no movement at all.  So if the town is here, where are its 3500 residents?  Look down.  My name's Moxie and this is your brain on facts.   In 1943, three ordinary-looking US cities were constructed at record speed, but left off all maps.  Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Richland, Washington; and Los Alamos, New Mexico held laboratories and sprawling industrial plants, as well as residential neighborhoods, schools, churches, and stores.  The three cities had a combined population of more than 125,000 and one extraordinary purpose: to create nuclear weapons as part of the Manhattan project, the U.S. military's initiative to develop nuclear weapons.     Their design was driven by unique considerations, such as including buffer zones for radiation leaks or explosions. In each case, there were natural features, topographical features, that were considered to be favorable. In all three cases, they were somewhat remote—in the case of Richland and Los Alamos, very remote—which offered a more secure environment, of course. But also, in the event of a disaster, an explosion or a radiation leak, that would also minimize the potential exposure of people outside the project to any sort of radiation danger.  The sites were  selected far from one another in case German or Japanese bombers somehow managed to penetrate that far into the United States, it would be harder for them in a single bombing run to take out more than one facility.  K-25 plant at Oak Ridge, which was where they enriched uranium using the gaseous diffusion method, was the largest building in the world under a single roof, spanning more than 40 acres.    Before you being any building project, you have to clear the site of things like trees, high spots, people. In 1942, the government approached the families that lived near the Clinch river in Tennessee, some of whom had farmed there for generations, and kicked them out, telling them the land was needed for a “demolition range,” so as to scare off hold-outs with the threat of adjacent explosions.  The town scaled up fast.   Oak Ridge was initially conceived as a town for 13,000 people but grew to 75,000 by the end of the war, the biggest of the secret cities. The laboratories took up most of the space, but rather than constructing basic dormitories for employees, the architects and designers settled on a suburban vision.  To pull this off quickly and secretly, the architects relied on prefabricated housing, in some cases, a house might come in two halves on the back of a truck to be assembled on-site. These were called “alphabet houses;” A houses were the most modest (read: tiny), while D houses included dining rooms.  Housing was assigned based on seniority, though allowances were sometimes made for large families.     And race.  This was the early 40's, after all.  The secret suburbs for factories manufacturing megadeaths were segregated by design.  Their houses were called “hutments,” little more than plywood frames without indoor plumbing, insulation or glass in the windows.  Though two of the first public schools in the south to be desegregated were in Oak Ridge. They even threatened to secede from Tennessee in order to desegregate, so at least there's that.  There were white families in the hutments as well and all of the residents of that lower-class neighborhood were under more surveillance and stricter rules than the families in better housing.  Married couples may be forbidden to live together.  By the end of the war, most of the white families had been moved out of the hutments and but many of the African American families continued to live in the basic dwellings until the early 1950s.    These towns didn't appear on any official maps, and visitors were screened by guards posted at the entrances.  Anyone over 12 had to have official ID.  Firearms, cameras, and even binoculars were prohibited.  Billboards were installed all over town to remind workers to keep their mouths shut about their work, even though most workers knew very little about the project's true scope.  For example, you job may be to watch a gauge for eight hours and flip a switch if it goes to high.  You don't know what you're measuring or what the machine is doing.  All you've been told is to flip the switch when the needle hits a certain number.  In Los Alamos and Richland, the entire neighborhood may have the same mailing address.  At Oak Ridge, street addresses were designed to be confusing to outsiders. Bus routes might be called X-10 or K-25 while dorms had simple names such as M1.  There were no signs on buildings. The town was full of such ciphers, and even employees didn't know how to decode them all.  The use of words such as “atomic” or “uranium” was taboo lest it tip off the enemy.   When the US dropped the atom bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945, the city's secret was out. Many residents celebrated at this turning point in the war, but not all.  Mary Lowe Michel, a typist in Oak Ridge, is quoted in an exhibit on display now at the National Building Museum in DC: “The night that the news broke that the bombs had been dropped, there was joyous occasions in the streets, hugging and kissing and dancing and live music and singing that went on for hours and hours. But it bothered me to know that I, in my very small way, had participated in such a thing, and I sat in my dorm room and cried.”  All three cities remained part of the military industrial complex, continuing to work on nuclear weapons during the cold war as well as broader scientific research.  Today Oak Ridge is heavily involved in renewable energy, minus the barbed wire fence.   For most of the twentieth century, if the US was doing it, so was the USSR.  We had closed cities to build nuclear weapons, and so did the Soviet Union.  We had three, they had….lots. Like, a lot a lot.  Like, multiple screens on the Wikipedia list.  Where the US began to open its closed cities after the war, the USSR was building more and more, and not just for nuclear weapons.  These closed cities were nicknamed “post boxes,” because they would be named for the nearest non-secret city and the end of their post code; or simply “boxes” for their closed nature. During the two decades following World War II, dozens of closed cities were built around the country. Some were naukogradi (“science cities”) or akademgorodoki (“academic cities”), while others developed military technology and later spacecraft.  The official name was closed administrative-territorial formations or zakrytye administrativno-territorial'nye obrazovaniya, or ZATOs.    The cities were largely built by slave labor from the Gulag prison camps, which at the time accounted for 23% of the non-agricultural labor force in the Soviet Union.  They were guarded like gulags, too - surrounded by barbed wire and guards, with no one was allowed to enter or leave without official authorization.  Many residents did not leave the city once between their arrival and their death.  That being said, the captive residents enjoyed access to housing, food, and health care better than Soviet citizens elsewhere.  While most towns in the Soviet Union were run by local communist party committees, military officials oversaw the secret cities that would eventually be home to over 100,000 people.  Even during construction, officials were ordered to use trusted prisoners only, meaning no Germans, POWs, hard criminals, political prisoners.  Nevertheless, even living alongside Gulag prisoners, residents believed they were making a valuable contribution to their country. Nikolai Rabotnov, a resident of Chelyabinsk-65, remembered, “I was sure that within our barbed labyrinth, I inhaled the air of freedom!”   Arzamas-16, today known by its original name Sarov, was one of the most important sites in the early development of the first Soviet atomic bomb and hydrogen and was roughly the Soviet equivalent of Los Alamos.  Scientists, workers, and their families enjoyed privileged living conditions and were sheltered from difficulties like military service and economic crisis.  Leading researchers were paid a very large salary for those times.  Chelyabinsk-65 or Ozersk was home to a plutonium production plant similar to the American facilities built at Richland.  Located near a collective farm in the southern Ural Mountains, Chelyabinsk-65 was more or less built from nothing, where Arzamas-16 was an existing town that was taken over.  After the basics of the city were completed, early years were very difficult for the residents. The cities lacked basic infrastructure and suffered from high rates of alcoholism and poor living conditions. The Mayak Plutonium Plant dumped nuclear waste in the nearby Techa River, causing a health crisis not only for the residents of Chelyabinsk-65 but for all the villages which ran along it.   Conditions at Chelyabinsk-65/Ozersk would not improve until after the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953.  You remember that story, it was in our episode For Want of a Nail.  Owing to the plutonium plant, Chelyabinsk-65 is still one of the most polluted places in the world. Some residents refer to it as the “graveyard of the Earth.”  Somehow, though, it's considered a prestigious place to live where.  When the government polled residents after the Cold War had thawed over whether to open the city, they voted to keep it closed.  In fact, half of the nuclear scientists said they would refuse to stay if it was opened.  As one resident explained, “We take pride in the fact that the state trusts us enough to live and work in Ozersk.”   In 1991, the Soviet Union officially disbanded and its fifteen republics became independent, four of which had nuclear weapons deployed on their territories. This was of great concern to the West, as these newly formed nations did not have the financial or technological means to properly store and safeguard these weapons.  With budgets a fraction of what they were in the decades before, the standard of living in the ZATOs quickly declined.  Security went with it, as the soldiers who guarded the ZATOs also saw their wages slashed.   With little prospect of employment and limited security, scientists suddenly had the freedom not only to leave their cities but to leave the country.  Fear quickly spread in the United States that they could help develop nuclear programs in other countries, such as Iran.  In 1991, the Nunn-Lugar Act financed the transportation and dismantlement of the scattered nukes to not only reduce the number of nuclear weapons in the world but to provide the scientists with proper employment.  One result of this effort was the International Science and Technology Center in Moscow, which employed many former atomic scientists on non-weapons programs and still exists today.      If you need to hide a city from your enemies, you'd do well to move it underground.  Built in the late 50s in Wiltshire, England, the massive complex, codename Burlington was designed to safely house up to 4,000 central government personnel in the event of a nuclear strike.  In a former Bath stone quarry the city was to be the site of the main Emergency Government War Headquarters, the country's alternative seat of power if the worst happened.  Over 2/3mi/1km in length, and boasting over 60mi/97km  of roads, the underground site was designed to accommodate the Prime Minister, the Cabinet Office, civil servants and an army of domestic support staff.   Blast proof and completely self-sufficient the secret underground site could accommodate up to 4,000 people  in complete isolation from the outside world  for up to three months.  Though it was fortunately never used, the grid of roads and avenues ran between underground hospitals, canteens, kitchens, warehouses of supplies, dormitories, and offices.  The city was also equipped with the second largest telephone exchange in Britain, a BBC studio from which the PM could address the nation and a pneumatic tube system that could relay messages, using compressed air, throughout the complex.  An underground lake and treatment plant could provide all the drinking water needed.  A dozen huge tanks could store the fuel required to keep the generators in the underground power station running for up to three months.  The air within the complex could also be kept at a constant humidity and heated to around 68F/20C degrees.   The complex was kept on standby in case of future nuclear threats to the UK, until 2005, when the underground reservoir was drained, the supplies removed, the fuel tanks were emptied and the skeleton staff of four were dismissed. Some cities were not secret in their heyday, but were lost to time until recently.  In what's being hailed as a “major breakthrough” for Maya archaeology in February 2018, researchers have identified the ruins of more than 60,000 buildings hidden for centuries under the jungles of Guatemala.  Using LiDAR, or Light Detection And Ranging, scholars digitally removed the tree canopy from aerial images of the area, revealing the ruins of a sprawling pre-Columbian civilization that was far more complex and interconnected than most Maya specialists had supposed.   Mounted on a helicopter, the laser continually aims pulses toward the ground below, so many that a large number streak through the spaces between the leaves and branches, and are reflected back to the aircraft and registered by a GPS unit. By calculating the precise distances between the airborne laser and myriad points on the earth's surface, computer software can generate a three-dimensional digital image of what lies below.  To put the density of this jungle into perspective, archaeologists have been searching the area on foot for years, but did not find a single man-made feature.   “LiDAR is revolutionizing archaeology the way the Hubble Space Telescope revolutionized astronomy,” said Francisco Estrada-Belli, a Tulane University archaeologist and National Geographic Explorer. “We'll need 100 years to go through all [the data] and really understand what we're seeing.”  The project mapped more than 800 sq mi/2,100 sq km of the Maya Biosphere Reserve in the Petén region of northern Guatemala, producing the largest LiDAR data set ever obtained for archaeological research.  The old school of that held that Mayan civilization existed as scattered city-states, but these findings suggest that Central America supported an advanced civilization that was, with as many as 14 million people at its peak around 1,200 years ago, comparable to sophisticated cultures like ancient Greece or China.  The LiDAR even revealed raised highways connecting urban centers and complex irrigation and agricultural terracing systems.  And that was without the use of the wheel or beasts of burden   Despite standing for millennia, these sites are in danger from looting and environmental degradation.  Guatemala is losing more than 10 percent of its forests annually, and habitat loss has accelerated along its border with Mexico as trespassers burn and clear land for agriculture and human settlement.  “By identifying these sites and helping to understand who these ancient people were, we hope to raise awareness of the value of protecting these places,” Marianne Hernandez, president of the Foundation for Maya Cultural and Natural Heritage.   Lidar has also helped scientists to redraw a settlement located on the outskirts of Johannesburg, South Africa, and it tells the beginnings of a fascinating story.  Scientists from the University of Witwatersrand believe the newly discovered city was occupied in the 15th century by Tswana-speaking people who lived in the northern parts of South Africa.  Many similar Tswana city-states fell during regional wars and forced migration in the 1820s, and there was little oral or physical evidence to prove their existence.  Though archaeologists excavated some ancient ruins in the area in the 1960s, they couldn't comprehend the full extent of the settlement. By using LiDAR technology, the team was able to virtually remove vegetation and recreate images of the surrounding landscape, allowing them to produce aerial views of the monuments and buildings in a way that could not have been imagined a generation ago.    Using these new aerial photographs, they can now estimate that as many as 850 homesteads had once existed in and around the city they've given the temporary designation of SKBR.  It's likely that most homesteads housed several family members, meaning this was a city with a large population.  There are also stone towers outside some homesteads, as high as 8ft2.5m high with bases 16ft/5m wide.  The academics believe these may have been bases for grain bins or even burial markers for important people.  Though the team estimates they are still another decade or two away from fully understanding the city's inhabitants and how the city came to be, and ceased to exist.   Modern technology has also helped us find an ancient city in Cambodia.  Constructed around 1150, the palaces and temples of Angkor Wat were, and still are, the biggest religious complex on Earth, covering an area four times larger than Vatican City.   In the 15th Century, the Khmer kings abandoned their city and moved to the coast.  They built a new city, Phnom Penh, the present-day capital of Cambodia.  Life in Angkor slowly ebbed away.  Everything made of wood rotted away; everything made of stone was reclaimed by the jungle.   An international team, led by the University of Sydney's Dr Damian Evans, was able to map out /370 sq km around Angkor in unprecedented detail in less than two weeks - no mean feat given the density of the jungle.  Rampant illegal logging of valuable hardwoods had stripped away much of the primary forest, allowing dense new undergrowth to fill in the gaps. It was unclear whether the lasers could locate enough holes in the canopy to penetrate to the forest floor.  The prevalence of landmines from Cambodia's civil war are another area where shooting Lidar from a helicopter really shines. The findings were staggering.  The archaeologists found undocumented cityscapes etched on to the forest floor, with remnants of boulevards, reservoirs, ponds, dams, dikes, irrigation canals, agricultural plots, low-density settlement complexes and orderly rows of temples. They were all clustered around what the archaeologists realized must be a royal palace, a vast structure surrounded by a network of earthen dikes—the ninth-century fortress of King Jayavarman II. “To suspect that a city is there, somewhere underneath the forest, and then to see the entire structure revealed with such clarity and precision was extraordinary,” Evans told me. “It was amazing.”     These new discoveries have profoundly transformed our understanding of Angkor, the greatest medieval city on Earth.  Most striking of all was evidence of large-scale hydraulic engineering, the defining signature of the Khmer empire, used to store and distribute seasonal monsoon water using a complex network of huge canals and reservoirs.  Harnessing the monsoon provided food security - and made the ruling elite fantastically rich. For the next three centuries they channelled their wealth into the greatest concentration of temples on Earth.  Angkor was a bustling metropolis at its peak, covering /1,000 sq km; It would be another 700 years before London reached a similar size.     Bonus fact: and not to be a pedant, but “monsoon” refers no to the heavy rains in the rainy season from May to September, but to the strong, sustained winds that bring them.   And that's where we run out of ideas, at least for today.  Some cities are hidden, not for reasons of subterfuge or dereliction, but by necessity.  80% of the world's opal comes from the area of Coober Peedy, but that wealth is nothing to the sun it's going to continue with the Mad Max motif.  It may be 115 degrees F/47C outside, but it's only 74F/23C underground.  When heavy mining equipment was introduced a century ago, people took advantage of it to dug themselves homes, a church, hotels and B&Bs, a museum, casino, a gift shop, and, of course, a pub.  Remember...thanks... Source: http://www.nationalgeographic.com.au/history/laser-scans-reveal-maya-megalopolis-below-guatemalan-jungle.aspx https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/lost-city-cambodia-180958508/ https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-29245289 https://www.citylab.com/design/2018/05/inside-the-secret-cities-that-created-the-atomic-bomb/559601/ https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/how-to-build-secret-nuclear-city https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2018/may/03/off-the-map-the-secret-cities-behind-the-atom-bomb-manhattan-project https://www.atomicheritage.org/history/soviet-closed-cities https://metro.co.uk/2015/05/28/theres-a-whole-town-in-australia-that-lives-underground-5219091/ https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2016/09/coober-pedy-opal-mining/ https://www.outback-australia-travel-secrets.com/coober-pedy-underground-homes.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/wiltshire/content/articles/2005/12/14/burlington_nuclear_bunker_feature.shtml https://theculturetrip.com/africa/south-africa/articles/a-lost-african-city-has-just-been-discovered-by-scientists/ https://www.historicmysteries.com/derinkuyu-underground-city-cappadocia/

The Dom Giordano Program
Ciattarelli Refuses To Back Down, and ‘Let's Go Brandon' Cookies Fly Off Shelves

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:22


In today's second hour, Dom Giordano led off his show by welcoming back on SaveJersey.com's Matt Rooney, an expert on New Jersey politics, to discuss claims by Governor Phil Murphy that Jack Ciattarelli's refusal to concede is ‘dangerous.' Rooney explains the situation, and lays out the hypocrisies throughout the state of Democratic politicians calling for audits similarly to Ciattarelli. Then, Stephen Simon, owner of JB's Bakery in Burlington, joins the show to discuss a column penned by local columnist JD Mullane centered on the success of their ‘Let's Go Brandon' cookies. ‘Steve the Baker' tells that the cookies have been flying off the shelves, and explains the story behind why he chose to introduce the political cookies to his menu. In addition, producer Dan takes over the show for his ‘Dan Time with Dom' segment, today discussing the Astroworld tragedy and the Nikola Jokic fight with Markieff Morris. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Building the Premier Accounting Firm
Breaking Free From The Imposter Syndrome w/ Troken Pope

Building the Premier Accounting Firm

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 32:54


Think of it, finishing college, working within the community, and then starting your accounting business. Trokon shares with Roger what it took to get the confidence and competence to start the accounting business.  He points out the 3 things that made the difference to insure his success in the first year.  It's like a franchise without the royalty fees. Trokon is quick to point out that getting clients is priority #1.  Hear the mantra he uses to stay focus and make sure it is a win/win relationship when working with a client. In the process the discuss the Imposter Syndrome and how he was able to work past it to offer his clients the quality accounting services he knows they deserve and get paid what he is worth. This is a fun and informative episode you don't want to miss.   Your Host: Roger Knecht, president of Universal Accounting Center Our Guest: Trokon Pope Trokon Pope is the owner of TRP Accounting Services LLC located in Hightstown, NJ. Trokon is a Certified Professional Tax Preparer, Profit & Growth Expert, Intuit QuickBooks Online Advanced Certified ProAdvisor, Certified Life and Business Coach, and Fathom Advisor. He is a father of three, soon-to-be four, loving boys and the husband to his life partner Deyonna Pope, who is the co-owner of C.O.D.E. 2.0 located in Burlington, NJ. He graduated from Thomas Edison State University located in Trenton, NJ in 2020 with his BSBA in Accounting Studies and opened TRP Accounting Services in September of 2020 which in its first year of operation generated over $60,000 in gross revenue. TRP Accounting Services currently offers bookkeeping, tax planning/preparation for business and individual income tax filers, monthly expert consultations, and many more accounting services. He currently is the Northern Regional Director of Partnership for Successful Living which is a not-for-profit that provides Support Coordination Services to individuals born with a developmental disability. He has been in leadership positions for over 15 years and excels at creating efficient workflows, policies, and procedures. As an accountant, Trokon enjoys working with small to medium size businesses that provides services. His goal is to assist new and current business owners with getting a better understanding of their business's financial position so they can make better business decisions.    Sponsors: Universal Accounting Center Helping accounting professionals confidently and competently offer quality accounting services to become the premier accounting firm in their area   Offers: Become a Professional Tax Preparer!  Get the training, certification and coaching to offering quality tax planning and preparation services.  Learn what you can also do to automate your market efforts to get the clients you deserve.  Attend this Marketing Webinar & Training Now for free! In addition to offering quality accounting and tax related services you need to also enlighten your clients with CFO Advisory and Coaching Services.  See what you can do improve client relations and retention increasing the revenue per clients as a Profit & Growth Expert. Get a FREE copy of this book all accounting professionals should use to work on their business and become profitable.  This is a must have addition to every accountant's library to provide to have the premier accounting business today: “in the BLACK, nine principles to make your business profitable”   For Additional FREE Resources for accounting professionals check out this collection HERE!    Remember this, Accounting Success IS Universal.   Listen to our next episode and be sure to subscribe.   For more information on how you can apply these principles in your business please visit us at www.universalaccountingschool.com or call us at 801.265.3777

Therapy Chat
303: Attachment + Adoption With Amy Sugeno

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 100:20


Welcome to episode 303 of the Therapy Chat Podcast with host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C. This week's episode features two previous fascinating conversations with Amy Sugeno, LCSW, PLLC. Amy explains that Eco Therapy can take many forms, including animal-assisted (for example, canine and equine) therapies, wilderness therapies, walk and talk therapy, horticulture therapy and clinical eco-therapy in an office, as well as many other possibilities. She explains that this is a depth-oriented type of psychotherapy which can be very powerful. Amy describes how she conducts an eco-therapy session what to wear and what a client can expect overall. She and Laura discuss the power dynamics of the therapy relationship and how Eco Therapy can help create a balance. For the past 10 years, Amy has worked to help people heal from trauma. Most of her work has been with adults and teens affected by interpersonal violence and sexual abuse. Over the years, she has also worked with people struggling with suicidal thoughts, self-harming behaviors, eating disorders, homelessness, chronic mental illness, and substance abuse. Thank you to this episode's sponsor, TherapyNotes. Get a 2-month free trial of TherapyNotes by going to www.TherapyNotes.com and using the promo code TherapyChat.  Resources http://www.amysugenocounseling.com/ Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Winging it
Exxxotica Review, The Silent Mile Interview, and Travel To Africa With Rovess

Winging it

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 77:23


In today's episode of Winging It, we talk about our vlogging weekend at Exxxotica in New Jersey (Full Vlog to come out soon), our WOTY nomination, our segment Winging It With Winging It, and a whole lot more. For this week's interview, we have two! First, we bring on the punk rock/alt band The Silent Mile from Burlington, Vermont (@thesilentmile). They are a part of our partnership with Dark Shadows Entertainment with their concert series at Merchants Hall in Rutland, VT. Our second interview is with Patrick from Rovess Travel. It is a travel company that helps people find experiences throughout Africa. Make sure to check out The Silent Mile and Patrick's socials to learn more and let us know your thoughts on the show in the comments. Wingman Of The Year Nomination: 1:54 "Winging It": 22:08 Patrick From Rovess Interview: 32:09 The Silent Mile Interview: 52:08 The Silent Mile Socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesilentmilevt/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesilentmile/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3bUUD8erWBNlDnuzMusKEj YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT69fvB4AgHN4wlZMExdAxQ Rovess: www.rovess.com Let's Wing It!!! Enjoy, and don't forget to Subscribe Rate and Review!!!!!!!!!!!! Wingman Of The Year (@wotyofficial) Winging It (@wingingitpod) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wingingit/message

Vermont Cynic
Cynic Roundup: What's next for the Office of Sustainability

Vermont Cynic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 10:40


Stay up to date with the Cynic Roundup, giving you coverage on the stories you might have missed in news last week. In this edition, Host Kira Schaefer interviews Cynic writer Nicole Hardy on the news article entitled “UVM launches new sustainability plan, following failure to meet past goals." Read the articles mentioned in the podcast here: UVM launches new sustainability plan, following failure to meet past goals: https://vtcynic.com/news/uvm-launches-new-sustainability-plan-following-failure-to-meet-past-goals/ Sophomore prom sells out: https://vtcynic.com/news/sophomore-prom-sells-out/ Derr delays retirement twice at president's request: https://vtcynic.com/news/derr-delays-retirement-twice-at-presidents-request/ Blackboard fails to renew contract with UVM: https://vtcynic.com/news/uvm-launches-new-sustainability-plan-following-failure-to-meet-past-goals/ Turning Point USA meets protesters in Burlington: https://vtcynic.com/culture/life/turning-point-usa-meets-protesters-in-burlington/

The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
‘We Just Couldn't Make Ends Meet'

The Frequency: Daily Vermont News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 9:56


Food assistance programs wind down in Vermont. Plus, a new community space in Burlington, doling out education funds, and COVID-19 numbers.

VPR News Podcast
A night in Burlington with musician Dan Blakeslee's Halloween alter ego 'Dr. Gasp'

VPR News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 5:05


Every October, Maine-based folk musician and artist Dan Blakeslee dons a red hat with a skull on it, decorates a stage with dozens of plastic jack-o-lanterns and performs an entire set of spooky songs as his Halloween alter ego, Dr. Gasp.

Therapy Chat
302: Looking Beneath The Surface At Child Behaviour With Dr. Mona Delahooke

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 46:13


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C revisits her interview with Dr. Mona Delahooke, a child psychologist, blogger and author who is spreading the message that the behavioral approach to understanding children's behavior is missing two important pieces. In her book and her blog she shares how children's behavior reflects their internal experience and their attempts to get their needs met, including the primary need for safety and attachment and sensory needs.  Mona M. Delahooke, Ph.D. is a clinical child psychologist with a passion for supporting families and children. She has worked widely with multi- disciplinary teams in the area of developmental and emotional differences for over 20 years. She is a senior faculty member of the Profectum Foundation and is a trainer and consultant to schools, public/private agencies and parents. Her blog and award winning book, Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science and Compassion to Understand and Solve Children's Behavioral Challenges explains a new neurodevelopmental approach to childhood challenges for therapists, parents and teachers. Resources Want to learn more about what Dr. Mona Delahooke's doing? Her website is here. Find Mona's book, Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science and Compassion to Understand and Solve Children's Behavioral Challenges on Amazon here! I recommend this book to parents daily, it is awesome! Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Vermont Edition
Mayor Miro Weinberger on homelessness and policing in Burlington

Vermont Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 48:46


Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger joins us for the hour and answers your questions.

The Deeper Dig
Diving in headfirst

The Deeper Dig

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 24:37


Recorded at a live storytelling event in Burlington, VTDigger's Fred Thys and Audi Guha talk about reporting in uncertain situations.

The Brian Lehrer Show
How The Buffalo Mayoral Race Is Shaping Up

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 36:42


Robert McCarthy, political reporter at The Buffalo News, discusses the mayoral race in Buffalo, in which the incumbent Byron Brown is running a write-in campaign urging voters to support him, despite his loss to India Walton in the Democratic primary. →Correction - It was later pointed out in the show that the capital of Vermont is Montpelier, not Burlington!

More Than What You Eat
Ep 67 What Every Woman Should Know About Perimenopause and Menopause | Dr. Jordan Robertson ND

More Than What You Eat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 58:01


Feeling the rage of your hormones??  Understanding your body is one of the most powerful ways to care for it. Especially when great changes are happening like per-menopause.   It is never too early (or late) to prepare yourself for these hormonal changes so you can feel empowered instead of defeated in this season of life.     In this episode we cut through that confusion with Naturopathic Doctor and Women's Health Author Dr Jordan Robertson.    We discuss:   The signs and symptoms of perimenopause and menopause (what's normal and what's not) Why they happen and how to manage them  How to care for your body through this season of change  The #1 nutrition tip that actually matters (along with some myth busting!) Navigating body image as your body changes    If you find this episode helpful, please take a minute of your time to leave an honest review to help support this podcast and help reach more women like you who want to heal their relationship with food and body image and live their best life! It is so appreciated!    Dr. Jordan's Resources:    Follow Jordan on Instagram @drjordannd   Listen to her latest episodes, Women's Health Unplugged here   Find out more about what is offered at Dr. Jordan's clinic Clarity Health in Burlington, Ontario Canada.   Rachel's Resources:    Follow Rachel on Instagram: instagram.com/dietitian.rachelgoodman   Rachel's Online Program Living Free: rachelgoodnutrition.com/program   Rachel's Free Guide: 3 Steps to Stop Feeling Out of Control with Food: http://bit.ly/stopfeeling_outofcontrol_withfood   Book Rachel for your speaking event: rachelgoodnutrition.com/speaking

VPR Classical Timeline
205 - A Conversation with Akiko Fujimoto

VPR Classical Timeline

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 4:26


Last year, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra's long-time music director, Jaime Laredo, stepped down after over 20 years with the orchestra. Now, the VSO has several candidates to fill that position. They'll be coming to Vermont, meeting with the orchestra and the audience, as well as conducting concerts this coming season. The first, conductor, Akiko Fujimoto, will be conducting the orchestra's October 30th concert that's taking place at the Flynn Center in Burlington. I had a chance to chat with Akiko, via zoom.

Therapy Chat
301: Therapy Trauma With Traumatized Children + Families And Infant Mental Health with Dr Janet Courtney

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 84:02


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week, in a replay episode, host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C shares two past episodes from earlier this year. Laura interviewed infant and child therapy specialist Dr. Janet Courtney, who shares why she uses play therapy and expressive arts in her work with traumatized children and families. In part two she speaks about infant mental health and how she works with traumatized infants and their families. About this episode's guest: Janet A. Courtney, PhD, RPT-S is Founder of FirstPlay® Therapy (an infant play therapy model) and founder of the FirstPlayCafe blog. Dr. Courtney is author of, “Healing Child and Family Trauma through Expressive and Play Therapies: Art, Nature, Storytelling, Body and Mindfulness,” and author and Editor of the groundbreaking books, “Infant Play Therapy: Foundations, Models, Programs and Practice, “ and “Touch in Child Counseling and Play Therapy: An Ethical and Clinical Guide.”  She is a TEDx Speaker, a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor, and past chair of the Ethics and Practice committee for the Association of Play Therapy and past President of the Florida Association for Play Therapy. Since 1997 she was an Adjunct Professor in the School of Social Work at Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida. Her research into practitioner experiences of training in touch and Developmental Play Therapy is published in the American Journal of Art Therapy and the International Journal of Play Therapy.    She offers a certification to practitioners in FirstPlay Therapy® and provides training to professionals in the Ethical and Clinical Competencies of Touch, Expressive Play Therapies, and nature-based Play Therapy. Dr. Courtney has created a unique form of therapeutic storytelling called, FirstPlay Kinesthetic Storytelling® that can be found in her children's book, The Magic Rainbow.  Resources Website: www.FirstPlayTherapy.com and www.FirstPlaycafe.com Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Trailhead Church - Graham, NC
Don't Believe the Lie #4

Trailhead Church - Graham, NC

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 36:30


Sun, 24 Oct 2021 10:00:00 +0000 2190 1 9b50667d576d5f4aa7cf77fd3340e160 no info@trailhead.church (Trailhead Church)Trailhead,Church,Burlington,NC,God,Jesus,Josh,Gresham,Graham,North,Carolina,Holy,Spirithttps://t.subsplash.com/r/aHR0cHM6Ly9jZG4uc3Vic3BsYXNoLmNvbS9hdWRpb3MvOTM3TTRC

Hidden Pearls Podcast
45. Hidden Pearls Podcast - WK 7 vs Colts - George Kittle, Uncle Pat Coen & Matt Henss2

Hidden Pearls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 82:00


WK 7 (game 6) - 49ers host COLTS: This week the Niners host the 2-4 IndianoplisColts. In recognition of our game with the Colts, and continuing with our military and firstresponder guests, Emma & George sits down with his uncle Pat Coen, who is the superintendentof schools in Burlington Iowa, who also served 21 years with the Iowa National Guardmember with 2 tours Duty in his experience. We also talk with Emma & George's cousin Matt Henss, who is in his 26th year with the Indianapolis Fire Department.Special GuestsPat Coen: Pat is a retired Colonel of the US Army Iowa National Guard havingserved 21 years including 2 tours, one in Afghanistan in 2005-2006; and then before thathe was stationed in Germany in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 1991. He justrecently announced his resignation from his current position as Superintendent of Schoolsin Burlington Iowa. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College with a BS in ElementaryEducation. He also holds a Masters of Science degree and a specialist degree from Drake University in Educational Leadership. He taught and coached for 10 years in Mt PleasantIowa. He has also served as a middle school principal, head principal of an alternativehigh school, an elementary principal, and as Superintendent of schools in Winfield Iowa.Most importantly, Pat is married to Emma & George's mom's sister Jenna and they have 4 kids.Matt Henss - Indianapolis Fire DepartmentMatt is the Deputy Chief for Planning with the Indianoplis FireDepartment and oversees the Community Risk Reduction Bureau. This Bureau isresponsible for fire investigations, 911 calls, Fire and Life safety, Public Education,Inspections, Planning, Performance and Compliance, and the Emergency ManagementLiaison. Matt has been with the IFD for 26 years, starting back in 1995 as a firefighter.Prior to becoming the Planning Chief he also served as Firefighter, Engineer, CompanyOfficer, and Executive Office. Matt has an Associate Degree in Fire Science and a Bachelor's Degree in Management. Matt also has advanced training in leadershipdevelopment and is working to complete his six sigma black belt. Matt is George's cousinthrough Emma & George's mom's sister. He is married to Rena and they have 2 kids. We welcomeboth of them to the show.Featured OrganizationsBurlington After School Program - Donation: https://burlingtoncsd.revtrak.net/pieces/Art Center of Burlington - https://btownart.comSaint Florian Center - https://www.saintfloriancenter.org/contactSurvive Alive - http://www.survivealive.org/home

Therapy Chat
300: Lauras Most Frequently Recommended Resources For Healing + Learning About Trauma

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 91:44


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week we are celebrating 300 episodes. Therapy Chat Podcast started six years ago in August, 2015. Since then the show has been downloaded - as of today, which is October 18, 2021 - 4,296,070 times. Host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C thanks everyone who has listened, whether this is your first time or you've listened from the start, and everyone in between. Today, to celebrate the 300th episode Laura shares some of the resources she recommends to people again and again. This list will be published on the Resources page of the Trauma Therapist Network site and will be updated as more resources are developed and as Laura learns about more resources that are out there. The information is organized into groupings based on whether the resource is focused on healing after trauma; training for therapists wanting to work with children and adults who have experienced trauma; and finding a therapist to help after experiencing trauma. Listener participation opportunity:  Share Your Favorite Resources in an audio message here! Or go to www.traumatherapistnetwork.com and use the help bottom at the lower right of the page to send a message telling us what your favorite resources are and why you love them. Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

This Date in Weather History
1969: Early-season heavy snow strikes New England

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 1:57


Late October often brings northern New England its first taste of the winter season with cold weather and snow. Even though some of the mountainous regions may receive a few inches of snow it's usually not much more than a nuance. On October 22, 1969 cold air was firmly in place as a storm moved up the east coast of the United States. The result was an early season heavy snowstorm; the heaviest and earliest in New England in almost 50 years. Rochester, Vermont had 12"; with even more in mountain areas. Some Vermont ski resorts actually had limited skiing on the 23rd. The 5.1" at Burlington, VT was a 24-hour October record. Portland, ME had an early season record of 3.6". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
Farewell To The Rustic

The Frequency: Daily Vermont News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 12:12


A final night at a favorite Northfield restaurant. Plus, COVID cases on the rise, Burlington delays the eviction of an encampment, and, finally, a freeze.

Vermont Edition
Vt. high school students welcome drag performers to halftime show

Vermont Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 5:30


Vermont Edition co-host Connor Cyrus tells us about a special high school halftime show featuring drag performers in Burlington.

Drep and Stone
Episode 107- Two Vermont Tastings with Zero Gravity Brewing and Citizen Cider

Drep and Stone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 52:31


On this week's special episode we make two stops in Burlington, Vermont for a couple of tastings. First, we visit Zero Gravity Brewing to sample their Green State Lager, Little Wolf Pale Ale, Cheeky Beer, and Conehead IPA. Then, we head up the street to Citizen Cider to sample their Unified Press, Wit's Up, Brosé, Lake Hopper, and Dirty Mayor.   Help Support the podcast and Buy Us a Pint: www.buymeacoffee.com/drepandstone We'd love to hear from you! https://linktr.ee/DrepandStone  Don't forget to subscribe! Music by @joakimkarudmusic

Coffee & Kettlebells
Women Who Own It: Breaking Glass Ceilings and Getting the Most Out of Your Life With Member Turned Multi-Unit Franchise Partner, Mom, and NASCAR Reporter Wendy Egert

Coffee & Kettlebells

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 45:14


Morgan had the opportunity to sit down with one of Burn Boot Camp's multi-unit Franchise Partners, Wendy Egert, today! Wendy is the Franchise Partner of our Burlington, NC and Central Triad, NC locations. She is truly a jack of all trades! Between being a mom, and running her gyms, she is also a broadcaster for the NASCAR cup series. Wendy started her Burn journey 7 years ago as many of us do, as a member! Her professional career has been with NASCAR and she just celebrate her 20-year mark with them. She started in NASCAR because her Dad is a retired NASCAR driver, and they moved down south from North Carolina from Chicago when she was in high school. She went down the media route from the advice of her mentors and started her broadcasting career at the ripe age of 21. She worked her way up from production, to broadcasting in NASCAR, and in 2004 became the first female pit road reporter and the youngest in the history of NASCAR to go on air and broadcast a race.She has had the opportunity to be the first in a lot of things in the industry in a lot of realms. She has broken a lot of barriers and gone through many glass ceilings in her field by being her authentic self. She absorbed a lot of information from her family history with NASCAR and translated that into her passion and really formed a real relationship with the NASCAR fan base.She walked in the door at Burn 7 years ago knowing just ONE person. She became a Certified Personal Trainer as a passion project, while still traveling and doing her broadcasting. She followed along as her newfound friends started to open Burn locations before she and her husband decided to open a location of their own! Follow along on Wendy's journey and join our conversation on all things entrepreneurship, following your passion, breaking glass ceilings, and coming out on the other side of a pandemic.

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 492: Pete Holmes

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 94:56


This week Ken welcomes, writer, director, producer, comedian and actor Pete Holmes to the show. Ken and Pete get RIGHT into it and discuss The Want Ads, the nature of AV Nerds, wanting to be the go to expert to fight monsters among your peer group, managing bands, wanting to be in the limelight but being shy, playing the bass, being a punk rock kid, how creepy dudes like comedy, Weird Al, letting Ken host his own show, loving activities that give you time away from your family, Townies, Boston trash, Cha Cha, the joke that got Pete on Conan, how pride shifts from your work to your children, the pay bump you get with a Golden Globe, being funny for free, making your talent a career, The Devil, the pain you have to go through to gain skills, how Prince was a nerd, practice, radioactive spiders, obsessiveness, hating Boston, the horror of a Red Sox hat, the Hard F Word, suffering, feeling out of place, The Unseen, needing to cleanse your brain with angry punk rock after seeing your parents, not liking The Showcase Showdown, Doc Hopper, writing letters, energy not derived from cocaine, Rancid at Avalon, remembering Waterdog, fights, being the tall guy, enjoying the scary parts of life, Harvard Square, Green Day Riot, Bad Brains, fights, front men, how jocks ruin everything, white hats, Ken stealing crowd surfers shoes, playing a song you wrote with Tim Armstrong, Pete's band Nude, the way we made friends, self help, knowing you are in control of your life, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Newbury Comics, Tower Records, making game show based prank phone calls, trick questions based on The Wizard of Oz, being ridiculed by hooligans and riff raff at the Burlington movie theater and having your brother betray you. THEN Ken gets Tripp Underwood of The Unseen on the phone to discuss Pete's love of the band, his letter writing, and to make an offer to answer all of Pete's unanswered Unseen questions.

Therapy Chat
299: Healing Trauma In The Viscera with Lisa Ferentz

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 102:07


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! In this week's episode, host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C revisits her two previous conversations with Lisa Ferentz. In this episode, you will hear Lisa speak about her book Finding Your Ruby Slippers: Transformative Life Lessons from the Therapist which looks at how you can overcome everyday obstacles, boost confidence, and end self-critical thoughts with simple life lessons. Lisa is a recognized expert in the strengths-based, depathologized treatment of trauma and has been in private practice for 32 years. She presents workshops and keynote addresses nationally and internationally, and is a clinical consultant to practitioners and mental health agencies in the United States, Canada, and the UK. She has been an Adjunct Faculty member at University of Maryland School of Social Work, University of Baltimore at Maryland, University of Maryland Department of Family Medicine, and is the Founder of The Ferentz Institute, formerly known as The Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy Training and Education, now going into its tenth year of providing continuing education to mental health professionals and graduating over 800 clinicians from her two Certificate Programs in Advanced Trauma Treatment. In 2009, she was voted the “Social Worker of Year” by the Maryland Society for Clinical Social Work. Lisa is the author of Treating Self-Destructive Behaviors in Traumatized Clients: A Clinician's Guide, now in its second edition, and Letting Go of Self-Destructive Behaviors: A Workbook of Hope and Healing. Her next book, “Finding Your Ruby Slippers: Transformative Life Lessons from the Therapist's Couch,” will be out in January 2017. Lisa hosted a weekly radio talk show in 2014—2015. She writes for Psychologytoday.com and publishes her own blog. You can follow Lisa's work on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Resources https://www.theferentzinstitute.com Thank you to this week's sponsors! Sunset Lake CBD is created on a small farm outside of Burlington, Vermont that is a producer for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream.  Sunset Lake CBD customers support regenerative agriculture that preserves the health of the land and creates meaningful employment in the community. Farm workers are paid a living wage, and employees own the majority of the company. Therapy Chat listeners, get 20% off your entire order of Sunset Lake CBD products using promo code CHAT at www.sunsetlakecbd.com.  Help us make Trauma Therapist Network the best resource it can be! Send a message about resources you think should be included in the Trauma Therapist Network Site using the form on this page. Looking for a trauma therapist or are you a trauma therapist wanting to join the network? Check it out at: www.traumatherapistnetwork.com! Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat podcasts are also found on the site. Follow Therapy Chat on Instagram Follow Trauma Chat on Instagram Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio

Dr. Gameshow
70. Manolo's Bench

Dr. Gameshow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 72:33


Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers via Zoom!Games played: What Is Wrong With Dr. Gameshow Listeners submitted by Hannah Monday, Hangout Babies submitted by Lewis Powell from Buffalo, New York, and Sandwich Kittens submitted by Marceline GotharCallers: Christine, Jordan, and Jasper from Missoula, Montana; Finnbar & Ian from Hightstown, New Jersey; Amy from Burlington, Vermont; Anna from Carrboro, North Carolina; Grandma Mo & Dorothy (Dot) from Green Bay, Wisconsin; Julia, A.K., and Bleu from Wellston, Oklahoma; Chad from Seattle, Washington; Adelaide from Ann Arbor, Michigan; Sam & Dean from Seattle, Washington; Dave from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; Eliah from Silverton, Oregon; Kali & John from Columbus, Ohio; Amy & Gabriel from Modesto, CaliforniaOutro theme harpsichord cover by Chris Lambie-Hanson from Richmond, VirginiaThis episode sponsored by: Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!BetterHelp - Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/GAMESHOW!

Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad
Unsolved: Rita Curran and Marilee Burt

Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 42:45


This week Paul and Billy look into two separate unsolved murders from the 1970s. 24-year-old Rita Curran was killed in Burlington, Vermont, on the night of July 19th, 1971. 15-year-old Marilee Burt walked home from her friend's house on February 26th, 1970, in Littleton, Colorado. She was found murdered the next day.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.