Podcasts about Clinical psychology

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HAPPY AFRICAN MARRIAGE - Reconnect with Spouse, Christian Podcast, Strong Marriage Partnership, Married with Kids, Stronger M
EP 29 \\ Your Marriage and Mental Health Series: Adapting & Finding a Balance in Marriage, Men's Mental Health, Having a Support System & Seeking Help in the Diaspora with Dr. Brian Bajah

HAPPY AFRICAN MARRIAGE - Reconnect with Spouse, Christian Podcast, Strong Marriage Partnership, Married with Kids, Stronger M

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 34:42


Hi friend! Today, we will continue with the series: Your Marriage and Mental Health.   In this episode, we will be listening to Part 1 of a two-part interview with a Special Guest on the show. Do follow along as we delve into the topic for discussion: Adapting & Finding a Balance in Marriage, Men's Mental Health, Having a Support System & Seeking Help while living in the Diaspora. Our Special Guest on the show is Dr. Brian Bajah, a Clinical Psychologist based in the United States. Dr. Brian Bajah earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from Benue State University in Nigeria. Then, he relocated to the United States and obtained a master's degree in forensic psychology from Argosy University in Los Angeles.  Dr. Brian furthered his education with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles campus. Dr. Brian Bajah has worked with children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults of various ages. He has experience in individual psychotherapy, group therapy, facilitating relationship skills workshops, coaching parenting, and co-parenting classes.  So, Stay tuned and get ready to be enlightened as we dig into the topic of discussion for today. You can reach Dr. Brian Bajah on social media. You can find him on Instagram & Facebook.   .............................................. LET'S CONNECT: Join Our Community! Monthly hangouts: 2nd Saturdays Live on Zoom Next hangout/meeting: Saturday December 10, 2022 To Join the Happy Married Family Tribe: Open this link to join our *WhatsApp Community: https://chat.whatsapp.com/LsLM3CiFjXHB4gViYhvEtQ (*This WhatsApp Group is for community notifications only. We won't be spamming your WhatsApp inbox. We will send you a link to the Happy African Marriage Podcast weekly episodes and a link to our monthly live zoom hangout/ meetings) For more valuable marital tips and important notifications: -Follow us on IG @happy.married.family For questions/inquiries/marriage coaching:   Email: coach@happymarriedfamily.com   OR   Send a DM to @happy.married.family on Instagram    

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Bible News Radio – Stacy Lynn Harp pt 2

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 25:43


Bible News Radio Stacy Lynn Harp pt 2 As Christians, we've all cringed as we see blasphemous things taking place in society today. We may even pray about what we see and hear the political leaders advocate as “normal” when we know what the Bible has to say about these things. We may even have discussions from time to time with other believers wondering what we can do to effect change… Well, if that sounds like you, I have a super-rich blessing for you today! Praise God! Stacy Lynn Harp is the host of “Bible News Radio” and has been interviewing Christian influencers since 2005. She has interviewed more than 1500 different Christian leaders – Praise God!  Amen! Stacy and her husband Randall met in church, have been married since 1992 and serve together in their ministry. Stacy holds an M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology with more than 15 years' experience counseling women, children and couples in a variety of settings. This is part two of what turned out to be a GREAT three part interview! Through your background, in counseling and therapy, you have become an expert on the LGBQT deceptions that seem to be prevalent in society today. How did you become an expert on this area of study and how did you perceive yourself when you compare where you started to where you are at now? You've interviewed other experts on this specific topic. What do they believe should be done to reverse this demonic trend we see happening right now? You were recently banned by YouTube because of some the content on your program, correct? I know there are a lot of Christians who worry about that sort of thing. Can you tell us about that experience? Just for full transparency, I was also was put on “probation” for some of my content condemning the things we have been talking about. It was about a month ago as well. I wonder if they went “searching” for this topic or not?  They removed my content from YouTube and after a few days, restored my account as well.  All I have to say is, “Thank You Jesus” because I know the Word is getting out… Folks, you definitely need to check out “Bible News Radio.” I am absolutely a fan and I am so blessed that Stacy has taken the time to come on our program today. You need to drop down into the show notes and click the links right there to go and check out “Bible News Radio” and all of the other things that Stacy and her husband Randall have going on for the Body of Christ. Amen! And be sure to order her new book, “Pickleball Faith!” Just drop down into the show notes and click the links right there. CONTACT INFORMATION: Email:   stacy@biblenewsradio.com Website:   https://hearttug.org/ Book:  Pickleball Faith – on Amazon

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Bible News Radio - Stacy Lynn Harp pt 1

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 26:55


Bible News Radio Stacy Lynn Harp pt 1 As Christians, we've all cringed as we see blasphemous things taking place in society today. We may even pray about what we see and hear the political leaders advocate as “normal” when we know what the Bible has to say about these things. We may even have discussions from time to time with other believers wondering what we can do to effect change… Well, if that sounds like you, I have a super-rich blessing for you today! Praise God! Stacy Lynn Harp is the host of “Bible News Radio” and has been interviewing Christian influencers since 2005. She has interviewed more than 1500 different Christian leaders – Praise God!  Amen! Stacy and her husband Randall met in church, have been married since 1992 and serve together in their ministry. Stacy holds an M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology with more than 15 years' experience counseling women, children and couples in a variety of settings. Help me welcome to this program, Stacy Lynn Harp!  Praise God!  Stacy, thank you for joining us today, I've been looking forward to our discussion, Amen! First question I always ask is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Stacy Lynn Harp?” I have to say, I'm impressed with you interviewing 1500 influencers. Praise God!  That's an accomplishment all in itself. Amen! Through your background, in counseling and therapy, you have become an expert on the LGBQT deceptions that seem to be prevalent in society today. How did you become an expert on this area of study and how did you perceive yourself when you compare where you started to where you are at now? Folks, you definitely need to check out “Bible News Radio.” I am absolutely a fan and I am so blessed that Stacy has taken the time to come on our program today. You need to drop down into the show notes and click the links right there to go and check out “Bible News Radio” and all of the other things that Stacy and her husband Randall have going on for the Body of Christ. Amen! And be sure to order her new book, “Pickleball Faith!” Just drop down into the show notes and click the links right there. CONTACT INFORMATION: Email:   stacy@biblenewsradio.com Website:   https://hearttug.org/ Book:  Pickleball Faith – on Amazon

The Parentologist Podcast
How to Consciously Parent and Honor Children

The Parentologist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 40:47


Bryana Kappadakunnel is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, an Infant-Family Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist, and a Perinatal Mental Health Specialist-Certified. She earned her Conscious Parenting coaching credential from Dr. Shefali's Conscious Parenting Institute. Since 2011, Bryana has worked exclusively with families with very young children to navigate challenges related to child development, behavioral and emotional issues, attachment problems, family dysfunction, poor boundaries, discipline challenges, and trauma. Guided by attachment theory and the neurorelational framework, her approach is unique in that she works primarily with parents by helping them discover their child's nervous system and developmental needs. In this process, parents also learn about their nervous system, and the ways it supports - and sometimes conflicts - with their child's. She also guides parents to develop vital skills in self-reflection & deconstructing familial cycles of guilt and shame, which aims to drastically shift the child-parent relational patterns. Bryana has a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, has been licensed since 2015, and has an extensive number of advanced certifications & specializations in perinatal, infant, and early childhood mental health as well as conscious parenting. She also has 2 children. You can find her at https://www.consciousmommy.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Feed Your Soul with Kim
81: How to Avoid Stress Over the Holidays

Feed Your Soul with Kim

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 29:02 Transcription Available


If you look anywhere on the internet you will hear about the stress of the holidays. I wondered what you are think about stress over the holidays, so I asked. I ran a survey asking: Do you need strategies to support you with food and all the overwhelm this holiday season? A whopping 86 percent said yes, they need strategies with food and all the overwhelm this holiday season. I was struck by how large the number was, 86%. It is not that you just have stress and overwhelm, but you do not know what to do about it!  Listen to today's Feed Your Soul with Kim Podcast, because we talk about the stress and what to do about it.  Join us in this Feed Your Soul with Kim Podcast where we discuss: 6 areas of stress and overwhelm this holidays season. Learn what are simple ways to lessen the stress/overwhelm. Come away with at least one doable to get you started. Peace with Food: Holiday Edition I mentioned in the podcast this super affordable option ($29) for me to support you over this holiday season. It starts soon and you do not want to miss out on the support and strategies to have a peaceful experience this holiday season. Check it out here: https://go.feedyoursoulunlimited.com/holidaychallenge2022 Emotional Eating Solutions We love talking about food satisfaction and all the ways to better take care of yourself. BUT do you need more? Emotional Eating Solutions is Kim's signature self-paced course to look at food differently. This course is the way to get into action and make changes in your food AND in your life! Find out more about Emotional Eating Solutions here:  https://feedyoursoulunlimited.com/emotional-eating-solutions-self-study/Get your Free Quiz… Are you an Emotional Eater?  Connect with Kim https://feedyoursoulunlimited.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTuSnNrSDhLvbhxoTMXZgog Join us on Facebook in our Feed Your Soul Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1172488142887200/Kim McLaughlin, MA Kim McLaughlin is a psychotherapist. coach, speaker, and author. She helps people who feel frustrated overwhelmed and overloaded, and it shows up in overeating. She has a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology. Kim is a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and she assists people to gain peace with food. We would love to get your feedback on this show and let us know what you would like to hear in upcoming shows. Email us at info@FeedYourSoulUnlimited.comThank you for listening. Please be sure to leave a review for others to find us and share this podcast with a friend. https://feedyoursoulunlimited.com/feed-your-soul-with-kim-podcast/ 

The Wiz Bleier...
#23 - Dan Peterson

The Wiz Bleier...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 69:09


Dan Peterson, founder of The Compass 4 Life, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and an advanced trainer for the Nurtured Heart Approach™ (NHA). He earned his Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Benedictine University in 2002.

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford
EP82: How do I stay HOPEFUL during infertility? with guest Jessica Satterfield

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 47:57


After marrying the love of her life, Jessica found herself on a journey of IVF treatments, processing childhood trauma, and learning how to stay hopeful during infertility. A common assumption we hold is that if we do good, no harm will come to us. The world does not fit that utopian narrative, and as such Jessica has faced deep loss and trauma as she desperately attempted to keep her marriage and family afloat. After hearing her story, you'll see just how imperative it was that she dive head first into deep spiritual connection and community to live with grief and trauma. We need each other especially during hard seasons. If you are going through infertility, or something similar, we are here for you. If you or someone you know is in need of therapy, check out these directories: https://caps.net/ https://aacc.net/ *Disclaimer: the stories and opinions expressed by the interviewer and interviewee are expressly that of the speakers and are not intended to be a supplement for therapy, medication, or the like. If you are in need of mental or medical assistance, please connect with your therapist/doctor for next steps.   Follow Jessica: https://www.gracewhilewewait.com/ https://www.instagram.com/gracewhilewewait/ https://www.facebook.com/gracewhilewewait/?fref=ts Child Loss Blog - https://www.gracewhilewewait.com/blog-grid/ Newsletter - https://www.gracewhilewewait.com/subscribe/   Subscribe to the "Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford" Podcast - https://www.youtube.com/c/DrShannanCrawford/   About Dr. Shannan Crawford: As CEO of Dr. Crawford & Associates in Keller, Texas, Dr. Shannan Crawford continues a family tradition of successful business owners and uses her skills and knowledge to help not only her patients in their personal lives through individual, couples, and family counseling, she also empowers entrepreneurs with her unique strategies to enhance the effectiveness of their leadership. She innovated the Restoring-Self-Cohesion model, which assists leaders in navigating common obstacles including self-sabotage, procrastination, self-limiting behaviors, and lack of work-life balance found in themselves and in those they lead. Dr. Crawford is also a national and international speaker, is an adjunct professor at The King's University in Texas, hosts her own popular podcast, “Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford,” and is an author working on a fictional trilogy. She has served on the boards of philanthropic organizations such as 4Word and Kingdom Business Leaders, as well as lead groups that foster faith, community, and service. She earned her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. A California native, Crawford now lives in Keller, Texas. Follow Dr. Shannan Crawford: https://www.instagram.com/drshannancrawford/ https://www.facebook.com/DrShannanCrawford1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/drshannancrawford/ https://drshannancrawford.com/

Parenting Well Podcast
#31 Raising Children with Big Emotions

Parenting Well Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 25:01


Welcome to the Parenting Well podcast with Parent Engagement Network!  I am Dr. Shelly Mahon, your host. Today's well source is Rachel Bailey. Rachel is a Parenting Specialist who has been serving families for over a decade. Besides being a mother of two, she also has a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, a certification in Positive Discipline, and has provided services as an ADHD Coach, in-home mentor, and therapist. Through her podcast, Your Parenting Long Game, programs, and services, Rachel teaches parents how to reduce negative interactions and drama for a more calm, peaceful home.     In this episode, we talk about: How big emotions are present for strong-willed, sensitive, and anxious children What kids need from their parents when they have big emotions Strategies to help kids deal with their feelings The role of drama in managing feelings Handling ourselves when we have a day full of “yuck” The difference between being emotionally intelligent and emotionally perceptive Allowing your child to travel the yuck curve when in conflict Making deposits that children WANT and NEED The difference between self-care and self-treatment The two components of self-esteem Resources  Website Podcast Free Guide on Handling Big Emotions YouTube Instagram Facebook  

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz
The Self-Talk Workout with Dr. Rachel GoldSmith Turow, PhD, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Mindfulness Teacher, Author - EP.197

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 32:45


Feel Good From Within with Yvette Le Blowitz - #SPAITGIRL Podcast EP.197 - The Self-Talk Workout with Dr. Rachel GoldSmith Turow, PhD, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Mindfulness Teacher, Author Self-talk matters, but what methods of building healthy self-talk actually work? In The Self-Talk Workout, Dr Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD, Psychologist and Mindfulness Teacher, shares evidence-based techniques to go from being your own worst critic to your own best friend. Perhaps you want to be nicer to yourself but don't really know how to get there. Or maybe you're someone who assumes self-criticism is a permanent part of your personality. Rest assured you're not alone-millions of people struggle with the toll that excessive self-criticism takes on their mind, energy levels, jobs, and relationships. Problems with self-talk vary dramatically from one person to the next: they can appear as mild but persistent inner criticism, full-blown self-loathing, or the pain of internalised oppression or abuse. After over twenty years of working with individuals, groups, and classes on self-criticism and related challenges, psychologist and mindfulness teacher Dr. Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD offers "the self-talk workout" and doable exercises that can help you replace self-criticism with self-kindness and self-encouragement. Specific self-talk strategies such as "Spot the success", and "Allowing all feelings, skilfully," require just a few minutes a day. These skills can be practiced individually to transform your self-talk, or you can choose to combine two or more exercises to enhance your self-talk workout. In The Self-Talk Workout, Dr. Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD also shares examples from her own life and experiences as a psychotherapist. Rachel Turow was born in San Francisco, California, and grew up in the Bay Area. After completing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Oregon, a clinical internship at the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Turow worked as a supervising psychologist and research scientist at Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Turow has adapted mindfulness-based treatment protocols for patients with post traumatic stress and depression, and has developed preventive programs to enhance students resilience and well-being. Dr. Turow is a frequent speaker on topics relating to stress, trauma, mindfulness, dialectical behavior therapy, and self-compassion. In addition to her clinical psychology practice in Seattle, Washington, Dr. Turow works as adjunct faculty at Seattle University and at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Yvette Le Blowitz Podcast Host talks with Dr. Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD to find out more about her book The Self-Talk Workout and how we can change the voice in our heads from self-criticism to self-love, self-kindness and self-compassion. In Podcast Episode - EP.197 Dr Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD shares: - a little bit about herself - insights into her brand new book - The Self-Talk Workout  - overview of What Self-Talk is - how to change your self-talk from self-critism to self-love, self-kindness and self-compassion - doable exercises that can help you replace self-criticism with self-kindness and self-encouragement - insights into the importance of self-talk for our mental health and wellbeing - research findings on how self-talk practices can help anyone suffering with PTSD and Depression - her own self-care and self-talk practices Plus we talk about so much more.... Get Ready to TUNE IN *click here ------ Episode 197 - #spaitgirl Podcast with Yvette Le Blowitz  available on Apple, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, Audible, iTunes, Libysn, Audiobookstore.com Available on all Podcast Apps  search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app or on google  -------- Available to watch on Youtube Channel - Spa it Girl or Yvette Le Blowitz ----- JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL BOOK CLUB Buy a copy of   **The Self-Talk Workout by Dr. Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD **order now through the spaitgirl podcast affiliated BookTopia link *any book purchase via this link will result in a small commission paid by BookTopia to spaitgirl **thanks for your support for more books search via Booktopia our affiliated online book store  *click here Hashtag #spaitgirlbookclub + tag @spaitgirl to share what book you are currently reading --- STAY IN TOUCH   Podcast Guest Dr. Rachel Goldsmith Turow, PhD. 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The Happy Engineer
075: Stop Getting Stuck in Your Head by Integrating Science and Spirit with Dr. Daniel Harner

The Happy Engineer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 59:08


Do you struggle with analysis-paralysis? Overthinking?   Engineering leaders thrive on intelligence… But what do you do when you are stuck in your head?   In this episode, you will see what extreme intelligence combined with extraordinary heartfelt emotion looks like in my good friend, Dr. Daniel Harner.   Some people call Dr. Harner a psycho-spiritual mentor, therapist, healer, spiritual guide, wizard, Carl Jung 2.0, researcher and explorer. The truth is, Daniel is a blend of all of that.    Originally from Austria, he transplanted himself to Sedona, Arizona at the age of 24 in order to deeply immerse himself in the study and practice of psychotherapy and psycho-spiritual transformation and healing, alongside some of the world's most esteemed psychotherapists, spiritual teachers, researchers, and healers.   Daniel holds a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Psychology, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He is the smartest person in the room, but he's not stuck in his head.   So press play and let's chat… as we discover how to integrate ourselves fully, both in science and spirit!   >> Then join The Happy Engineer Community online and get access to bonus content and live coaching in our free group >>   https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehappyengineer    ==========================   SHOW NOTES: Find all the links from this episode and more >>   www.theHappyEngineerPodcast.com   ==========================   COACHING: Ready for promotion, more money, and more FUN in your career? Then let's chat!   Book a session for podcast listeners FREE at www.CareerClarityCall.com   ==========================   RATE, REVIEW, and FOLLOW   “I love Zach and The Happy Engineer Podcast.” If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing the show! This helps me support more engineers -- just like you -- take the next step toward the career and life that they desire. On Apple Podcasts, click our show, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!   Remember, we only spread our message when you share this episode with others that need it. So if you enjoy this podcast, please SHARE it on your social media and tag @TheHappyEngineerPodcast so I can say hi and thank you.    Also, if you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. I'll be releasing a lot of new content including bonus episodes to the feed and, if you're not subscribed, there's a good chance you'll miss out. Subscribe now!   For all the extras related to this episode, remember to visit >>   www.theHappyEngineerPodcast.com

WokeNFree
Episode 273: Use of Language & How It Affects Intimacy

WokeNFree

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 37:14


How does language affect intimacy? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!  P.S. Have you signed up for Copy.ai yet? Download and use Newsly on www.newsly.me today!     Music Intro/Outro: “Thoughts” by Killah Smilez Music Outro: “Explained” by Killah Smilez Make sure you check out the Killah Smilez song on Amazon Catch the music video by Killah Smilez HERE                           We're always working on new products and ideas, but sometimes it takes a little extra cash to bring them to life. Your financial support for the work we do means the world to us! Donate HERE!   ----more---- Meet Dr. LaShonda T. Green, PsyD, MBA   Website | Facebook | Instagram | TikTok   Title: Licensed Clinical Psychologist Specialties: Including but not limited to, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Suicidal Ideation, Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy, Family and Relationship Conflict, Behavioral and Developmental Issues,  Chronic Illness, Mood Disorders,  Grief and Loss, Spirituality, Anger Management, Women's and Men's Issues, Pregnancy, Prenatal & Postpartum, Peer Relationships, Adolescent Issues, Teen Violence, Parenting, Self Esteem, Domestic Violence and Abuse, Bipolar Disorder, Divorce, Substance Abuse, Emotional Disturbance, Medication Management, Racial Identity, Dual Diagnosis, Sexual Abuse, Coping Skills, Weight Loss, Self-Harming, College and Career Counseling, Academic Underachievement, Stress Management, Mindfulness  Education and Experience: Are you searching for answers? Do you need to get to the other side? Are you tired of drowning in your past traumas?  Are you plagued by chronic underachievement and dissatisfaction? Has personal contentment seemed forever out of reach? Have you ever fantasized about living your best life unencumbered by the haunting of previous failures and setbacks? Do you genuinely desire to become an active participant in your own journey toward emotional wholeness and integrity? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?   If so, let me introduce myself, my name is Dr. Green, and I'm the therapist you've always wanted, but never knew you could have. I am a Clinical Psychologist with a robust combination of charisma, interpersonal savvy, and academic training. I was trained as a cognitive-behavioral therapist while attending the APA-accredited Doctoral of Clinical Psychology program at La Salle University, Phila, PA. Additionally, I earned a Master's of Clinical Psychology while attending La Salle University. I have experience in working with significant personality structures and providing psychotherapy to a wide range of clientele for individuals from 5 years old to 90+ years of age. Clients who work we me are exposed to a collaborative approach with the requisite amount of direction and tutelage.   I approach my clients with a, “You can do this,” mindset. I strongly believe that most of us are genuinely trying our hardest to navigate the peaks and valleys of life. However, sometimes, our techniques need upgrading and our attitudes require an overhaul. Although this may seem initially overwhelming, in time, you will experience incremental growth that will inevitably restore your belief in yourself and others around you. Remember, where you currently do not have to be where you end. Let's embark on this path toward restoration and rejuvenation, TOGETHER. Shop WokeNFree Designs   Create your own Bonfire Shop Today! Get our book HERE Check out our course on the Law of Attraction HERE Get 10% off Saint Saxon Sound Swag with coupon code: WokeNFree10  Need advice? Connect with Natasha HERE Want to share the episode? Please share the episode on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, TikTok, and Soundcloud   Don't forget to subscribe to WokeNFree on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, and Google Play Do you want to join the show as a guest on an upcoming episode? Contact us HERE Don't forget to submit a scenario to us for SCENARIO TIME!    SCENARIO TIME: How would you respond to these scenarios in SCENARIO TIME? Let's chat HERE!  Have you reviewed our show yet? Pick your platform of choice HERE      Do you want to start a podcast? We are here to HELP! Schedule a FREE strategy session with us HERE This post contains affiliate links. That means if you click on a link and buy something, WokeNFree will earn a small commission from the advertiser at no additional cost to you.

Mind Matters
Processing Speed: Why Some Kids Are Faster Than Others

Mind Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 34:48


Dr. Ellen Braaten joins Emily to discuss processing speed and why it's important. They also talk about when it's not so important, and why it varies so much from child to child. They discuss the impact it has on intelligence testing scores, and ways to help kids increase their processing speed. Dr. Braaten is coauthor of the book Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up. This episode is brought to you by the Belin-Blank Center at the University of Iowa, at www.belinblank.org. With programs and resources to support neurodiverse students and their families. ABOUT THE GUEST -  Dr. Ellen Braaten is the Director of the Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) at Mass. General Hospital and the Track Director of the Child Psychology Training Program at MGH/Harvard Medical School. She is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Braaten received her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado, her PhD in Psychology at Colorado State University, and completed her internship training at Massachusetts General Hospital. She has been affiliated with Mass. General Hospital since 1998. Dr. Braaten is widely recognized as an expert in the field of pediatric neuropsychological and psychological assessment, particularly in the areas of assessing learning disabilities and attentional disorders. She is the co-author of Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up, and Straight Talk about Psychological Testing for Kids, a book that has become a classic for parents and professionals. She also authored The Child Clinician's Report Writing Handbook, which has been called "the most comprehensive child assessment handbook available." Her most recent book for parents is entitled Finding the Right Mental Health Care for Your Child, published by the American Psychological Association.

The Yoga Inspired Life
Managing Holiday Stress Mindfully, How To Deal With Difficult Family Dynamics & The Power of Self-Compassion w/ Licensed Therapist Dr. Aerial Cetnar

The Yoga Inspired Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 51:59


Join Shayla Quinn and Licensed Therapist Dr. Aerial Cetnar to discuss how to best manage  stress and anxiety around the holidays, as well as how to deal with tough family dynamics through the holiday season, the importance of self-compassion, how to set healthy boundaries + so much more.Aerial got her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and has a private practice as a licensed therapist in Boulder, Colorado. She is originally from Southern California and used to be a yoga teacher. She incorporates values around the mind-body connection in her work, including mindfulness and self-compassion practices. In her free time she loves hiking, yoga, cooking, reading and spending time with her dogs. Enjoy!Connect with Dr. Aerial Cetnar ✨Instagram: @aeriallynnWebsite:  www.aerialcetnar.comConnect with Shayla✨ Instagram: @shaylaquinn YouTube: www.youtube.com/shaylaquinn TikTok: @shayla.quinn Website: www.shaylaquinn.com Learn more about TYIL Program ✨ 

Tough Girl Podcast
Dr. Carla Benton - Clinical Psychologist, queer vegan and a lover of all things outdoors. Awarded the Ultra Distance Scholarship in 2021 which is aimed at increasing representation of BAME cyclists in ultra distance cycling.

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 60:08


Carla is a Clinical Psychologist, queer vegan and a lover of all things outdoors; adventurer, runner, endurance cyclist and lapsed climber based near the Peak District in the UK. She is an advocate for the LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities taking up space in the outdoors and is a committee member with the awesome Peak Queer Adventures (PQA) based in Sheffield and member of the Women of Colour Cycling Collective (WCCC).    Carla's love of the outdoors started from an early age, however gender roles and expectations sadly stopped her from fully embracing that love as a teenager. She reconnected with the outdoors and solo adventures after moving to North Wales to undertake her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in her mid-twenties, and hasn't looked back.    She was awarded the Ultra Distance Scholarship in 2021, which is aimed at increasing representation of BAME cyclists in ultra distance cycling and getting them to the start line of an ultra distance race, a typically overwhelmingly white and male niche of cycling.    This amazing opportunity has been life-changing and she's gone from not being confident at all in her cycling abilities, to cycling 500km off road from Edinburgh to Manchester, her longest, hardest ride to date. She's met the most amazing people, grown in confidence and felt like she's found her people.    She started an Instagram account after winning the Scholarship, to document her journey from (almost couch) to 2000km with the hope of inspiring queer people and people of colour, particularly black womxn, to get on their bikes and enjoy nature.    You can find her at @acurlyoutdoors; check out Peak Queer Adventures at @peakqueeradventures and the Women of Colour Cycling Collective at @wccc_uk.      New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media especially in relation to adventure and physical challenges. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and support.  Thank you.   Show notes Who is Carla What she loves Being based in the Peak District, UK Wanting to encourage others to take up space in the outdoors Her early years and growing up with a passion for the outdoors Getting to explore in the woods Her love of nature and wanting to protect the environment Not feeling comfortable in secondary school with her body and spending time in the outdoors Training to be a Clinical Psychologist in North Wales Going out early in the morning to avoid people Spending time in the mountains Feeling the fear and doing it anyway The Devils Kitchen - located behind Llyn Idwal nestled within Cwm Idwal in the Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia National Park. Gaining new skills and knowledge  Feeling brave  Thinking about becoming a Mountain Leader (ML) but not seeing herself represented and not feeling comfortable Recording good quality mountain days and keeping a track of what she was doing Getting new gear Looking for opportunities in the mountains  Getting into wild camping, trail running and climbing Finding community and connecting with other people who are interested in the outdoors Enjoying spending time on her own Meditation through movement Getting into cycling and connecting with the cycling community The Ultra Distance Scholarship  An initiative increasing diversity and representation within ultra distance cycling and racing  Being inspired by Vera Ngosi-Sambrook  The power of taking action The reality of taking on an ultra cycling challenge Focused training from November 2021 - August 2022 Dealing with injuries and saddle sores Wanting to do long rides with other people Using instagram to reach out and connect with people  Learning how to cycle off road The Pennine Rally - 100 riders, 500 kilometres and five days of testing off-road riding from Edinburgh to Manchester down Britain's backbone. Fuelling as a vegan Outdoor Provisions make Natural Energy Bars & Nut Butters - Use code TRYOP for 25% off Starter Packs  Accidental vegan food Being on the start line and what the rally was like Cycling approx 100k per day  The impact on her confidence after completing the rally Dealing with the low points and self doubt Mental resilience and the mental challenge of taking on a challenge Drawing on her skills and knowledge from working as a Clinical Psychologist  Using the grounding technique  The power of music to change your mood Dealing with her nerves  Being optimistic and calm Giving herself permission to get off and push if she needed to Taking the pressure off  Plans for 2023 and wanting to do an ultra cycling race How to connect with Carla Her beautiful bike - “Betty” Frame bag by Wizard Works Final words of advice The power of finding your people, your tribe and your community Sharing your passion with other people Getting into climbing via taster days      Social Media   Instagram    @acurlyoutdoors    @wccc_uk    @peakqueeradventures   

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford
EP81: The Most Unnoticed (but Frequent) Defense Mechanism with Dr. Shannan Crawford

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 14:42


Where do you go when you feel disappointed? Do you scroll through social media? Find new Pinterest obsessions? Obsess over the next pitch meeting after a failed venture? Grab the nearest merlot? Some of these may seem like obvious coping mechanisms, but there is one that is more frequent that goes unnoticed: fantasy. In this episode we break down the definition + examples of fantasizing, the importance of stewarding the present moment, and being intentional to choose gratitude. Don't just endure this holiday season, enjoy the awkward and wonderful moments right in front of you!   0:00 Intro to fantasy as a defense mechanism 1:17 Where do you go when you're feeling disappointed? 1:45 Fantasy - a coping strategy 3:19 You are creating discontentment 4:14 Steward the present moment 5:20 Take thoughts captive 6:45 “I choose gratitude” 8:45 It's not easy, it takes repetition 10:30 Take action + be intentional 12:10 Seductive fantasy thinking is destructive 13:30 Let your life begin now     Subscribe to the "Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford" Podcast - https://www.youtube.com/c/DrShannanCrawford/   About Dr. Shannan Crawford: As CEO of Dr. Crawford & Associates in Keller, Texas, Dr. Shannan Crawford continues a family tradition of successful business owners and uses her skills and knowledge to help not only her patients in their personal lives through individual, couples, and family counseling, she also empowers entrepreneurs with her unique strategies to enhance the effectiveness of their leadership. She innovated the Restoring-Self-Cohesion model, which assists leaders in navigating common obstacles including self-sabotage, procrastination, self-limiting behaviors, and lack of work-life balance found in themselves and in those they lead. Dr. Crawford is also a national and international speaker, is an adjunct professor at The King's University in Texas, hosts her own popular podcast, “Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford,” and is an author working on a fictional trilogy. She has served on the boards of philanthropic organizations such as 4Word and Kingdom Business Leaders, as well as lead groups that foster faith, community, and service. She earned her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. A California native, Crawford now lives in Keller, Texas.   Follow Dr. Shannan Crawford: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drshannancrawford/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrShannanCrawford1/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drshannancrawford/ https://drshannancrawford.com/

Feed Your Soul with Kim
80: (Re-release Ep. 62) Intuitive Eating at Thanksgiving

Feed Your Soul with Kim

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 22:47 Transcription Available


It can be tough to know how to eat intuitively over the holidays, especially Thanksgiving which is centered on food. Being an intuitive eater at Thanksgiving is possible. In this episode, we look at the various difficulties that Thanksgiving brings and offer some helpful suggestions. You will get my top tip to manage emotions that might come up. Join us on this weeks', Feed Your Soul with Kim Podcast we are looking at how to be an intuitive eater at Thanksgiving. In this podcast we will explore: What is Intuitive Eating?What do intuitive eaters do on Thanksgiving?Get doable for you to make Thanksgiving successful.Peace with Food: Holiday Edition I mentioned in the podcast this super affordable option ($29) for me to support you over this holiday season. It starts soon and you do not want to miss out on the support and strategies to have a peaceful experience this holiday season. Check it out here: https://go.feedyoursoulunlimited.com/holidaychallenge2022 Emotional Eating Solutions- 8-week course https://feedyoursoulunlimited.com/emotional-eating-solutions-self-study/Get your Free Quiz… Are you an Emotional Eater?  Candy episode: Connect with Kim https://feedyoursoulunlimited.com/ https://twitter.com/fystherapy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTuSnNrSDhLvbhxoTMXZgog Join us on Facebook in our Feed Your Soul Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1172488142887200/Kim McLaughlin, MA Kim McLaughlin is a psychotherapist. coach, speaker, and author. She helps people who feel frustrated overwhelmed and overloaded, and it shows up in overeating. She has a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology. Kim is a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and she assists people to gain peace with food. We would love to get your feedback on this show and let us know what you would like to hear in upcoming shows. Email us at info@FeedYourSoulUnlimited.comThank you for listening. Please be sure to leave a review for others to find us and share this podcast with a friend. https://feedyoursoulunlimited.com/feed-your-soul-with-kim-podcast/ 

The Patrauma Party
29 - The Trauma of Vulnerability

The Patrauma Party

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 68:09


Vulnerability is literally the lifeline between you and all joy, and yet, simultaneously, it's fucking TERRIFYING AND TRAUMATIZING. Wth?? In this episode, Doctor of Clinical Psychology and The Anti-Soulmate Love Coach, Kari Lu Cowell (email: antisoulmatelove@gmail.com), joins me to sort through how we work with vulnerability in ways that feel safe for us, what it looks like to trust *ourselves* with vulnerability, and whether anger is really a secondary emotion that we hide our vulnerabilities under or if it's just another gateway to connection (OR BOTH). ALSO! The book Kari was thinking of is called Eloquent Rage by Brittney Cooper if you wanna check it out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepatraumaparty/support

Things Fall Apart
122: On Self-Directed Education & "What Works" w/ Dr. Naomi Fisher

Things Fall Apart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 46:42


This conversation comes at an interesting time in the broader context of the future of education. In the wake of progress 8 results in the UK and NAEP scores in the United States, there appears to be a narrowing of educational possibilities toward a very particular model of schooling, or at least a model whose proponents have been the loudest in proclaiming victory. It has has gone by many names over the years but recently solidified under the umbrella of #ResearchEd or the “science of learning”. The claim here is that we understand and agree upon the ends of education - that is to raise standardized achievement scores - and it's simply a matter of aligning the means around “what works” to close gaps, raise scores - and at least in the context of pandemic schooling since 2020 - combat & reverse “learning loss”. “What works” of course, is the reiteration of adult authority with a laser focus on high expectations and results, the centrality of explicit/direct instruction, and above all a strict approach to school discipline. It's a model listeners in the United States might associate with Doug Lemov's Teach Like a Champion and listeners in the UK with Katharine Birbalsingh's Michaela School, where I imagine the notion of a self-directed education would be greeted with the same incredulity as geocentrism. Bolstered by these measures of success in national contexts, this model is increasingly decontextualized and exported as the solution to educational ills the world over.GUESTSDr. Naomi Fisher is a clinical psychologist and mother of two self-directed learners. She has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and a PhD in Developmental Cognitive Psychology, focusing on autism. She combines years of hands-on experience of self-directed education with an in-depth knowledge of the psychology of learning and well-being. Her work has been published in The Green Parent, The Psychologist, SEN Magazine, Juno and Tipping Points. She is a regular speaker on self-directed education, presenting at the Freedom to Learn Forum, Homeschooling Summit, and recently was a keynote at the Rethinking Education Conference in London. She is also the author of “Changing Our Minds: How Children Can Take Control of Their Own Learning”, which I would highly recommend, and the upcoming book “A Different Way to Learn: Neurodiversity and Self-Directed Education” to be published in 2023.RESOURCESNaomi Fisher's websiteNaomi Fisher's TwitterChanging Our Minds by Naomi Fisher Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Hypnotize Me with Dr. Elizabeth Bonet
HM255 FREE Hypnosis for Mindful Eating No Music 2022 Replay

Hypnotize Me with Dr. Elizabeth Bonet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 19:05


Just in time for the holidays, it's the annual replay of the FREE hypnosis for Mindful Eating! This is the version without background music. If you would like the version with music, it's HM254, https://www.drlizhypnosis.com/episode254 Use coupon code PODCAST for 20% off for the more in-depth “Healthy and Mindful Eating” as well as “Love to Exercise.” http://bit.ly/HypnosisMP3Downloads Please make sure you're in a safe place before starting the meditation/hypnosis. If you're driving a vehicle, turn off the podcast until you're able to listen to it at a better time. About Dr. Liz Winner of numerous awards including Top 100 Moms in Business, Dr. Liz provides psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and hypnosis to people wanting a fast, easy way to transform all around the world. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has special certification in Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. Specialty areas include Anxiety, Insomnia, and Deeper Emotional Healing. See more about Dr. Liz and get Free hypnosis files at http://bit.ly/drlizhypnosis -------------- Do you have Chronic Insomnia? Find out more about Dr. Liz's Better Sleep Program at https://bit.ly/sleepbetterfeelbetter Search episodes at the Podcast Page http://bit.ly/HM-podcast Help yourself with Hypnosis Downloads by Dr. Liz! http://bit.ly/HypnosisMP3Downloads --------- A problem shared is a problem halved. In person and Online hypnosis and CBT for healing and transformation. Schedule your free consultation at https://www.drlizhypnosis.com. Listened to in over 140 countries, Hypnotize Me is the podcast about hypnosis, transformation, and healing. Certified hypnotherapist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Dr. Liz Bonet, discusses hypnosis and interviews professionals doing transformational work. Thank you for tuning in! Please subscribe to auto-download new episodes to your listening device.

Hypnotize Me with Dr. Elizabeth Bonet
HM254 FREE Hypnosis for Mindful Eating with Music 2022 Replay

Hypnotize Me with Dr. Elizabeth Bonet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 15:19


Just in time for the holidays, it's the annual replay of the FREE hypnosis for Mindful Eating! This is the version WITH background music. If you would like the version without music, it's HM255, https://www.drlizhypnosis.com/episode255 Use coupon code PODCAST for 20% off for the more in-depth “Healthy and Mindful Eating” as well as “Love to Exercise.” http://bit.ly/HypnosisMP3Downloads Please make sure you're in a safe place before starting the meditation/hypnosis. If you're driving a vehicle, turn off the podcast until you're able to listen to it at a better time. About Dr. Liz Winner of numerous awards including Top 100 Moms in Business, Dr. Liz provides psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and hypnosis to people wanting a fast, easy way to transform all around the world. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has special certification in Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. Specialty areas include Anxiety, Insomnia, and Deeper Emotional Healing. See more about Dr. Liz and get Free hypnosis files at http://bit.ly/drlizhypnosis -------------- Do you have Chronic Insomnia? Find out more about Dr. Liz's Better Sleep Program at https://bit.ly/sleepbetterfeelbetter Search episodes at the Podcast Page http://bit.ly/HM-podcast Help yourself with Hypnosis Downloads by Dr. Liz! http://bit.ly/HypnosisMP3Downloads --------- A problem shared is a problem halved. In person and Online hypnosis and CBT for healing and transformation. Schedule your free consultation at https://www.drlizhypnosis.com. Listened to in over 140 countries, Hypnotize Me is the podcast about hypnosis, transformation, and healing. Certified hypnotherapist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Dr. Liz Bonet, discusses hypnosis and interviews professionals doing transformational work. Thank you for tuning in! Please subscribe to auto-download new episodes to your listening device.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.17.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 60:19


Videos : The Anti-Smartphone Revolution (8:00) Heather Mac Donald On How The Delusion of Diversity Destroys Our Common Humanity (11:14) The Strange Connections of Sam Bankman-Fried & FTX (9:11) The TRUTH about IVERMECTIN (13:00)   Korean ginseng prevents oxidative stress caused by work Ohiol State University, November 07, 2022 People who are stressed may find relief from taking Korean ginseng. A study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food has revealed that the Korean ginseng called GINST15 can help reduce stress, mentally and physically. In the study, researchers from The Ohio State University in the U.S. found that Korean ginseng prevents damage caused by intense work stress due to its antioxidants. For the study, the researchers aimed to determine the effects of GINST15 supplement on hormonal and inflammatory responses to physical stress in humans. They recruited 10 women and nine men to participate in the study. The participants were tasked to complete three two-week treatment cycles with 960 milligrams (mg) of the Korean ginseng supplement, 160 mg of the Korean ginseng supplement, or a placebo, separated by a one-week washout period. After the treatment, the participants underwent an intense resistance exercise to induce physical stress. The participants also provided blood samples at rest and at various points after the exercise, particularly immediately, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, and 24 hours after exercise. Then, the researchers measured the levels of cortisol, superoxide dismutase, total glutathione, nonspecific antioxidant activity, total antioxidant power, and creatine kinase. The results showed that the supplementation of Korean ginseng reduced cortisol and increased enzymatic and nonspecific antioxidant activity. In addition, the high dose of the Korean ginseng supplement (960 mg) greatly reduced muscle damage and hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) responses to physical stress 24 hours after the intense exercise. Based on the findings of the study, the researchers concluded that taking Korean ginseng supplements can help ward off mental and physical stress by reducing cortisol levels and muscle damage. When low-income families can meet their basic needs, children are healthier Boston Medical Center, November 8, 2022 A series of reports from five cities across the US found that young children and their parents are healthier when they are able to afford basic needs. New research published by Children's HealthWatch, headquartered at Boston Medical Center, highlights the need for policymakers to improve access to and effectiveness of programs that enable all families with low incomes to afford basic needs such as food, shelter, utilities, medical care, prescription medicines and childcare. Researchers surveyed more than 18,000 families of children under age 4 in the emergency departments and primary care clinics at urban hospitals in Baltimore, Boston, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Little Rock. The study team created a composite measure of hardships that included a family's ability to afford food, utilities, and health care, and maintain stable housing. All hardships described in the study have previously been associated with poor child and caregiver health. This study, however, examined the differences between children living in hardship-free families versus those in families with any or multiple hardships. In all cities, living in a hardship-free family was associated with good overall health for children and caregivers, positive developmental outcomes for young children, and positive mental healthamong mothers. Nearly half of families interviewed at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis reported that they were hardship-free. At Boston Medical Center, only about one quarter of the families surveyed reported zero hardships, which may be due to higher housing costs. The reports also examine the link between childcare constraints, when parents are unable to work or attend school because of an inability to afford childcare, and hardships. In each city, parents who reported being able to access affordable childcare were more likely to be hardship free. The research teams advocate for implementing policies to increase wages, along with ensuring access to programs that support low-income families being able to meet basic needs, such as food and housing security and medical care. Further, the authors suggested screening for hardships in health care settings and connecting patients and their families to resources that promote health. (NEXT) Vitamin D vs. Flu Shots Alliance for Natural Health & Queen Mary University, November 8, 2022 New research shows vitamin D helps prevent infection. Will the crony medical establishment listen? We at ANH-USA have been beating the drum about vitamin D and its well-documented anti-viral capabilities for years, and there is new evidence demonstrating vitamin D's role in preventing respiratory infections. When faced with the choice of a cheap, safe, and effective natural immune defense against the flu, or an expensive, dangerous, and ineffective vaccine that makes drug companies billions of dollars—which will our crony health officials choose? The Queen Mary University of London study, which pooled data from 25 studies that included more than 10,000 participants, found that vitamin D supplementation reduced the risk of respiratory infections (cold and flu) by 10 percent overall—and there are reasons to think this figure greatly understates the degree of protection. The protective effect of the sunshine vitamin was even more dramatic in those who were deficient. For the deficient, which about 40% of Americans are, the risk of infection was reduced by half with vitamin D supplementation. This builds upon earlier findings from a 2010 Japanese study which found that vitamin D supplementation was as effective as the vaccine at preventing colds and flu. Predictably, the media tries to diminish these findings, stating that “not everyone is convinced that this study should lead us to the supplement aisle.” We're then told that the Institute of Medicine (IOM) has determined that adults need only 600 IU of vitamin D—an amount that most Americans do not get from sun exposure or their diet alone. The IOM also said that a vitamin D blood level of 20 ng/mL was adequate This is nonsense. The Vitamin D Council, for example, recommends 5,000 IU of vitamin D per day to achieve at least 40 ng/mL; other integrative doctors we respect advise that the D serum level needs to be around 70 in order to avoid viral infection. Other calculations have shown that IOM recommendations are only about one-tenth of what is needed to cut the incidence of diseases related to vitamin D deficiency. What this means is that most Americans are not getting the vitamin D they need, in part because health authorities at the IOM and elsewhere in the government are mistaken when telling Americans how much to take. That we do not get enough vitamin D in our diet or through sun exposure to meet a paltry 600 IU means that the number of Americans who are deficient must be staggering. It is a crime that health authorities are not telling people to take vitamin D supplements. The good news is that this study shows that those who are deficient in vitamin D—likely most Americans, given how wrong the IOM is about how much vitamin D we really need—can reduce their risk of cold or flu by 50 percent. That is more effective than the flu vaccine usually is. (NEXT) The therapeutic power of Indian frankincense for multiple sclerosis patients Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences (Iran), November 07, 2022 Boswellia serrata, the plant from which Indian frankincense is derived, can improve cognitive performance in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). This finding, from a study published in the Journal of Herbal Medicine, promises a new and natural way of delaying the complications and effects of MS. Neurons, the special cells that make up the nerves and the different parts of the nervous system, have what is called the myelin sheath. This is a layer that coats and protects the nerve fiber or axon, a long, thin projection that carries electrical impulses from one end of the neuron to the other. The myelin sheath insulates the axon and enhances its function, allowing it to more efficiently deliver messages between the brain and the different parts of the body. In multiple sclerosis, the immune system attacks the cells that make up the myelin sheath. This causes the nerves to “short circuit” and creates problems in the way that messages are delivered from or to the brain. With time, multiple sclerosis can result in permanent nerve impairment and damage. Researchers say B. serrata can help remedy certain symptoms and effects of multiple sclerosis, in particular, the cognitive impairment that occurs in 40 to 65 percent of patients. This usually entails problems with complex attention, a slower information processing speed, and episodic lapses in memory and executive functions. MS-related cognitive impairment has been known to affect patients quality of life, personal relationships, and vocational potential. (NEXT) Social media use increases depression and loneliness University of Pennsylvania, November 8, 2022 The link between the two has been talked about for years, but a causal connection had never been proven. For the first time, University of Pennsylvania research based on experimental data connects Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram use to decreased well-being. Psychologist Melissa G. Hunt published her findings in the December Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. “We set out to do a much more comprehensive, rigorous study that was also more ecologically valid,” says Hunt, associate director of clinical training in Penn's Psychology Department. To that end, the research team designed their experiment to include the three platforms most popular with a cohort of undergraduates, and then collected objective usage data automatically tracked by iPhones for active apps, not those running the background. Each of 143 participants completed a survey to determine mood and well-being at the study's start, plus shared shots of their iPhone battery screens to offer a week's worth of baseline social-media data. Participants were then randomly assigned to a control group, which had users maintain their typical social-media behavior, or an experimental group that limited time on Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram to 10 minutes per platform per day.”Here's the bottom line,” she says. “Using less social media than you normally would leads to significant decreases in both depression and loneliness. These effects are particularly pronounced for folks who were more depressed when they came into the study.” “It is a little ironic that reducing your use of social media actually makes you feel less lonely,” she says. But when she digs a little deeper, the findings make sense. “Some of the existing literature on social media suggests there's an enormous amount of social comparison that happens. When you look at other people's lives, particularly on Instagram, it's easy to conclude that everyone else's life is cooler or better than yours.” (NEXT) Acupuncture at these specific points alleviates pain in cancer patients Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, November 07, 2022 Cancer causes many adverse complications, including constant pain. A study published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicinelooked into the viability of using acupuncture to soothe this pain and cause relief to cancer patients. Although cancers are named after the body part where the tumor – or tumors, in some cases – is located, its effects can be felt in other parts of the body. In the case of bone and testicular cancers, pain is one of the first signs. In others, such as pancreatic cancer, discomfort may be a sign that the disease has progressed or metastasized. The authors of the study wanted to know if acupuncture's pain relieving properties extended to cancer patients. In a single-blind, randomized controlled pilot trial, they recruited 42 patients going through moderate to severe cancer pain. The participants were randomly assigned to one of three groups. Each group had 14 members. The first group had acupuncture at the acupoints si guan xue, while the second group combined si guan xue with commonly used acupoints. The third group served as the control and was treated only on the most frequently used acupoints.The researchers' analysis showed that the second group experienced the most cancer pain reduction at around day five. This was compared to the control group. Scores in the PGIC, EORTC QLQ-C30, or KPS did not indicate much variance among the three groups. They concluded that acupuncture at the si guan xue, combined with commonly used acupoints, was the most effective at treating pain caused by cancer. However, a larger study needed to be performed owing to the small sample size employed by the present study.

The Psychology Podcast
Becky Kennedy || Good Parenting

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 50:53


Today we welcome Dr. Becky Kennedy. She is a clinical psychologist and mom of three, recently named “The Millennial Parenting Whisperer” by TIME Magazine. She specializes in parenting and child development, with an emphasis on anxiety and resilience. Dr. Becky received her BA in Psychology and Human Development from Duke University and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University. Her latest book is called Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be.In this episode, I talk to Becky Kennedy about good parenting. Raising children is no easy task. As a mom herself, Dr. Becky knows what that's like. Her parenting philosophy revolves around seeing the good inside every child and seeing the sturdy leader in every parent. She shares actionable advice on how to repair emotional connection after conflict, how to reduce shame, and how we can break unhealthy generational patterns. We also touch on the topics of genetics, resilience, attachment, and self-care.Website: www.goodinside.comInstagram: @drbeckyatgoodinside Topics02:20 Dr. Becky's interest in parenting06:00 The Good Inside Approach10:22 Maximizing for attachment safety17:32 Raising children with empathy 23:18 The most generous interpretation28:49 “Two things are true” mode 33:34 How to make up with our kids after a fight38:21 Dr. Becky's recommended resources 39:27 Prioritize resilience over happiness43:49 How to detect and reduce shame48:04 Self-care for exhausted parents50:25 Tips for cycle breakers

Chef AJ LIVE!
Dr. Doug Lisle on Finding a Sperm Donor, Narcissistic Parents, Fat Shaming & Can Fruit Make You Fat?

Chef AJ LIVE!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 77:31


Do children really need a father? Watch today's show and find out Dr. Lisle's thoughts. Dr. Douglas J. Lisle, Ph.D.is the co-author of The Pleasure Trap available here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1570671974?tag=onamzchefajsh-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=1570671974&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.1GNPDCAG4A86S Dr. Doug Lisle is an evolutionary psychologist and co-author of The Pleasure Trap: Mastering the Hidden Force that Undermines Health and Happiness. He and his colleagues (Jennifer Howk and Richard Seidel) have developed a revolutionary method for approaching life challenges and improving self-confidence and self-esteem. They describe their approach as Esteem Dynamics — an approach with clinical insights derived from evolutionary psychology. Central figures having major influence on the development of Esteem Dynamics include Richard Dawkins, John Tooby and Leda Cosmides, David Buss, Robert Trivers, Steven Pinker, and Geoffrey Miller. All of these individuals are considered world-leading theorists in evolutionary theory and human psychology. Somewhat surprisingly, insights from these trailblazers has yet to reach mainstream clinical psychology, and thus major advances stemming from some of the world's greatest thinkers have yet to be systematically applied to problems of helping people improve their lives. Esteem Dynamics is the first such effort, and weds Dr. Lisle's 30-years of clinical experience to the deep insights into human nature only recently available via evolutionary psychology. Dr. Lisle received his undergraduate education from the University of California, San Diego. He completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Virginia, and was then appointed Lecturer in Psychology at Stanford University. His research and clinical interests include health and wellness, self-esteem, relationship satisfaction, the treatment of anxiety and depression, the genetics of individual differences, and optimizing achievement motivation. In addition to his work with Esteem Dynamics, Dr. Lisle lectures widely on health and wellness. Dr Lisle is available at selected days and times for a one-to-one, personal phone consultation: https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/7qtzn1bv/ To join the Living Wisdom Library: https://esteemdynamics.com/living-wisdom-library/

Poetic Resurrection
Life with Jeanette Yoffe

Poetic Resurrection

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 39:43


Jeanette Yoffe is the guest this month on Poetic Resurrection. We discuss her life as an adoptee, her solo show, we laugh and get emotional in this episode. Tune in to hear this amazing woman enlighten us about adoption. November is adoption month. Jeanette Yoffe, M.A., M.F.T. earned her Master's in Clinical Psychology, specializing in children, from Antioch University in June 2002. She treats children with serious psychological problems secondary to histories of abuse, neglect, and/or multiple placements. She has specialized for the past 20 years in the treatment of children who manifest serious deficits in their emotional, cognitive, and behavioral development. As the Clinical Director of Yoffe Therapy Inc. A mental health center in Los Angeles providing services to families, children, teens, and adults connected by foster care and adoption. Learn more here. Jeanette's desire to become a child therapist, focusing specially on adoption and foster care issues, derived from her own experience of being adopted and moving through the foster care system. Her personal experience has informed her education and provided insight into the unique stresses involved with these issues.  For more info visit JeanetteYoffe.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeanetteyoffe/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeanetteyoffe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanetteYoffe   These books are available on Amazon and Audible. What's Your Name, Who's Your Daddy? What's Your Name, Who's Your Daddy? Audible What is Adoption? What is Foster Care? Working with Traumatized Children, Teens and Families in Foster Care and Adoption      

Anxiety Connection
Dealing with Holiday Stress and Anxiety | Ep #48

Anxiety Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 14:39


If you're dreading the holiday season this year, you're not alone. The holidays are tough for so many of us. If you're already feeling anxious and worried about how you're going to get through the next few weeks, please join me in making 5 powerful commitments to help you meet the challenges ahead with a sense of peace and calm.   LINKS FROM THE EPISODE: Chapter 51 of my book is about how to manage difficult relationships that bring you stress & anxiety: Calm & Sense: A Woman's Guide to Living Anxiety-Free. More info here: https://wendyleeds.com/book   SPECIAL NOTE FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON: If you're suffering or feeling overwhelmed by your fears, one of the most powerful things you can do is to reach out to a qualified, licensed mental health professional. Getting help is not a sign of weakness. It's a sign of strength. And working with a good therapist can help you feel better almost immediately. According to a study by David Sack, MD, published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology “88 percent of therapy goers reported improvements after just one session.” If you're not sure where to start, please talk to your health care provider. Also, here are three reputable websites that you can use to connect with a therapist in your area: American Psychological Association: https://locator.apa.org Psychology Today: https://psychologytoday.com/us/therapists Anxiety and Depression Association of America: https://members.adaa.org/page/FATMain ​ IMPORTANT: If you're thinking of harming yourself or anyone else please call for help NOW! Call 911 or the Suicide prevention hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Visit: http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org   MORE ANXIETY-RELATED RESOURCES: QUIZ: Find Out the Cost of Your Anxiety https://wendyleeds.com/quiz DOWNLOAD: Four Techniques to "Panic-Proof" Your Life https://wendyleeds.com/techniques MINI-COURSE: Why You're Anxious & What to Do About It https://wendyleeds.com/course Click here or use the coupon code “SUBSCRIBER” to get 40% off the mini-course. And if the cost is a burden to you in any way, just ask – I'll grant you lifetime access for free. No catch. I just want to be helpful to anyone who's struggling.   WAYS TO CONNECT: I respond to every message I get, so please do reach out. I send infrequent emails and I love to get replies from the community. My Facebook page is active; Instagram less so. EMAIL: https://wendyleeds.com/subscribe FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/wendyleedskeepingcalm/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wendyleedskeepingcalm/

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford
EP80: Inner World Revealed Through Restoring Self Cohesion with Expert Dr. Shannan Crawford

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 33:56


This week's episode is a sneak peek into a speaking engagement I had the privilege of being a part of this month! We cover what happens in our inner world, the realities of imposter syndrome, and how to process insecurity and grief. Settle in and get unlocked today!   0:00 Intro to Episode 0:23 Amalgamation of All of Us 3:50 Inner World Rebellion 5:00 Intro to Parts of Self 7:00 Internal Board Meeting 8:45 Formation of Unconscious Beliefs 12:00 Parts of Self Explained 15:00 “Pain is Pain” 16:45 Shock/Denial 18:00 Multi-part System Teamwork 20:30 Anger is a Stage of Grief 22:40 Cognitive Labeling 24:30 Atonement 26:00 Bring it Conscious 28:30 Processing Grief 30:00 Processing Insecurity   Subscribe to the "Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford" Podcast - https://www.youtube.com/c/DrShannanCrawford/ About Dr. Shannan Crawford: As CEO of Dr. Crawford & Associates in Keller, Texas, Dr. Shannan Crawford continues a family tradition of successful business owners and uses her skills and knowledge to help not only her patients in their personal lives through individual, couples, and family counseling, she also empowers entrepreneurs with her unique strategies to enhance the effectiveness of their leadership. She innovated the Restoring-Self-Cohesion model, which assists leaders in navigating common obstacles including self-sabotage, procrastination, self-limiting behaviors, and lack of work-life balance found in themselves and in those they lead. Dr. Crawford is also a national and international speaker, is an adjunct professor at The King's University in Texas, hosts her own popular podcast, “Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford,” and is an author working on a fictional trilogy. She has served on the boards of philanthropic organizations such as 4Word and Kingdom Business Leaders, as well as lead groups that foster faith, community, and service. She earned her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. A California native, Crawford now lives in Keller, Texas.   Follow Dr. Shannan Crawford: https://www.instagram.com/drshannancrawford/ https://www.facebook.com/DrShannanCrawford1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/drshannancrawford/ https://drshannancrawford.com/

Sass Says
112 Dr. Morgan Francis: Is Your Body Image Keeping You in A Mental Prison? Break Free for Yourself and Your Kids

Sass Says

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 65:16


Dr. Morgan Francis is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Licensed Mental Health Therapist. She is the owner of Scottsdale Premier Counseling and specializes in the treatment of body image, eating disorders, relationships, sexual health, and grief. Her mission is to break through the mental health shame game. Dr. Morgan is a mother to three children and resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband of eleven years. Dr. Morgan shares the story of her brother's tragic death at just 20 years old and how grieving his loss impacts her life and the work she does today. We also talk about body grief, self-compassion, what we can do to break food and body cycles for our kids, how we unpack the feelings that are beneath our desire to be thin.  “If we really want to help our children, we have to start with ourselves. We cannot expect our children to be body confident if we are insecure and dieting our bodies away. It won't work.” - Dr. Morgan Francis Links: Christie's Website Christie's Instagram: @sasssays Dr. Morgan's Website Dr. Morgan's Instagram: @drmorganfrancis Mindful Messages (text messages from Dr. Morgan) 10 Ways To Gain Body Confidence Dr. Morgan's Courses: Bye Bye Body Blame & Loving Yourself Through Loss Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia by Sabrina Strings Anti-Diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being, and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating By Christy Harrison The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love by Sonya Renee Taylor The Maintenance Phase Podcast Previous Sass Says Shows Mentioned: Ep 111 Jessi Jean

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Emotional Eating 101

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 42:58


Dr. Kim Daniels is an Emotional Eating coach with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology who's been working with women who struggle with eating disorders and disordered eating for over 20 years. She's also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and is the host of the Emotional Eating and Everything Else Podcast.  Dr. Daniels combines Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Intuitive Eating approaches to help her clients exit diet culture, make peace with food, and respect their bodies. Together we deep dive into how emotional eating starts, cravings and binge eating, and is emotional eating normal? Find her on IG @kimdanielspsyd

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
An Intro to Feeding Challenges: Session 206 with Melissa Gonzalez

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 82:27


In Session 206, I spoke with Dr. Melissa Gonzalez, BCBA-D, about Pediatric Feeding Disorders, and what Applied Behavior Analysis can offer in this area.  Melissa is the Clinical Therapy Director at the Siskin Children's Institute in Chattanooga, Tennessee, arriving there by way of Louisiana State University's Clinical Psychology program and the Kennedy Krieger Institute, amongst other waypoints.  In this episode, we discussed how she got into working with individuals with Pediatric Feeding Disorders, what are the diagnostic criteria for this repertoire, what we know what works for PDFs, the difference between picky eaters and individuals with PFDs, the importance of taking a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, and much more! This is a topic I'm not terribly familiar with, so I learned a ton. If you have the same reaction to this podcast, please share it with friends and colleagues! Here are some of the resources we discussed: Feedingmatters.org  Pediatric Feeding Disorders Fact Sheet  S3E7: Ethical Considerations of Behavioral Feeding Interventions with Lisa Tereshko and Mary Jane Weiss Ethical Considerations of Behavioral Feeding Interventions (the paper... Tereshko, et al., 2021). Pediatric Feeding Disorder: A Nationwide Prevalence Study (Kovacic, et al., 2020). Pediatric Feeding Disorder: Consensus Definition and Conceptual Framework (Goday, et al., 2019). This podcast is brought to you buy: Abaspeech.org - the brainchild of Session 203 guest, Rose Griffin, is giving listeners a 30% discount on all of her courses which include, The Advanced Language Learner, Help Me Find My Voice, and Start Communicating Today. The offer is valid through December 1st, 2022. Go to abaspeech.org, check out the ‘courses' link, and use the promo code, aba30, at checkout. The University of Cincinnati Online. UC Online designed a Master of Education in Behavior Analysis program that is 100% online and asynchronous, meaning you log on when it works for you. Want to learn more? Go to online.uc.edu and click the “request info” button.  HRIC Recruiting. Barb Voss has been placing BCBAs in permanent positions throughout the US for just about a decade, and has been in the business more generally for 30 years. When you work with HRIC, you work directly with Barb, thereby accessing highly personalized service. So if you're about to graduate, you're looking for a change of pace, or you just want to know if the grass really is greener on the other side, head over to HRIColorado.com to schedule a confidential chat right away.

Flourish FM
Episode #14: Types of relationships and their role in a fulfilling life, with therapist and relationship coach, Nicole Nourian

Flourish FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 63:02


In this episode, we talked to therapist and relationship coach, Nicole Nourian, about healthy relationships and how to build them, character strengths such as resilience and autonomy, the importance of growth in relationships, and how to cultivate “radical acceptance” - coming to terms with difficult events in life outside our control.    Nicole Nourian is a therapist born and raised in LA. Her journey in psychology started at UCLA, where she graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and also became a certified yoga instructor and certified life coach, specializing in relationships. Nicole went on to receive her Masters in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University, and is currently working as a therapist in LA.    Nicole's experience includes working with individuals, families, and couples to guide them towards meeting their goals in the healthiest way possible. Nicole does not apply one theory to all her clients but rather approaches each individual with an eclectic approach that fits them best. Nicole has observed in her therapy the crucial importance of romantic and platonic relationships play in our daily lives. Whether it be heartbreak, attachment issues, animosity with loved ones, or maintaining a healthy relationship, Nicole emphasizes the ways in which dissatisfaction with one's relationships can have a huge impact on one's mental health.    In her practice, Nicole works hard to break barriers and old habits that may be contributing to one's happiness. Nicole's Instagram page has generated millions of views on content relating to self-esteem, relationships, and mental health.   Key conversation points: Types of relationships, the connections between them and their roles in our lives Nicole's argument that our relationship with ourselves is the most important relationship to develop, because of its benefits for our well-being and positive impact on other relationship types What a healthy relationship with yourself involves and how to build it What resilience is, its importance to living well, its connection with other psychological concepts such as antifragility and grit, and how to build it The connection between building healthy relationships and building resilience What autonomy is and why it is important for relationships “Radical acceptance”: coming to terms with difficult events in life outside our control - what this involves and how to cultivate it  The importance of individual and mutual growth in healthy relationships   Instagram @BalancewithNic Booking therapy with Nicole flourishfmpodcast.com

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford
EP79: Stay Humble Hungry with Ben Humble and Host Dr. Shannan Crawford

Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 54:45


Think of the person in your life that you would describe as tenacious, forward-moving, on the offense, driven. These people have GRIT derived from adversity, and this week's guest is no different. Ben Humble is an avid freedom seeker on behalf of his fellow man and has discovered strategy and profound practices to uncover wealth in all corners of today's economy. This episode walks through basic budgeting, jumpstarting your real estate prowess, how to have the mindset of an investor, what separates wealth from greed, and so much more.    Grab a notebook, you're going to want to revisit this episode!      More About Ben: https://instagram.com/benhumble_ https://www.facebook.com/BenHumbleCEO Benjamin (Ben) Muresan, was born in Romania in 1985, during a time of communism. His family escaped the country before the revolution and landed in a refugee camp in Austria in 1990. After immigrating to Canada, and finally being reunited with his siblings, Ben developed a passion for life and a gratitude mindset. At an early age he dreamed of building an empire and motivating, entertaining, and investing in other people. He attended school for music, then dropped out to pursue a career in business. Becoming a millionaire at 30 years old, Ben raised $35,000 off market and did 300 real estate deals. He created a sub-prime homeownership company that helped dozens of families change their financial future. He is the founder of an Educational Real Estate Company called Cashflow Tribe, helping Canadians achieve financial freedom through building successful real estate businesses. He continues to change lives through his passion for speaking, teaching and coaching. He feels that it's his calling to serve people and create a massive impact. Ben believes in being a faithful steward and practicing abundance mindset. Ben considers his faith as his greatest asset and recognizes the power of always staying "humble but hungry".   Subscribe to the "Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford" Podcast - https://www.youtube.com/c/DrShannanCrawford/ About Dr. Shannan Crawford: As CEO of Dr. Crawford & Associates in Keller, Texas, Dr. Shannan Crawford continues a family tradition of successful business owners and uses her skills and knowledge to help not only her patients in their personal lives through individual, couples, and family counseling, she also empowers entrepreneurs with her unique strategies to enhance the effectiveness of their leadership. She innovated the Restoring-Self-Cohesion model, which assists leaders in navigating common obstacles including self-sabotage, procrastination, self-limiting behaviors, and lack of work-life balance found in themselves and in those they lead. Dr. Crawford is also a national and international speaker, is an adjunct professor at The King's University in Texas, hosts her own popular podcast, “Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford,” and is an author working on a fictional trilogy. She has served on the boards of philanthropic organizations such as 4Word and Kingdom Business Leaders, as well as lead groups that foster faith, community, and service. She earned her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. A California native, Crawford now lives in Keller, Texas. Follow Dr. Shannan Crawford: https://www.instagram.com/drshannancrawford/ https://www.facebook.com/DrShannanCrawford1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/drshannancrawford/ https://drshannancrawford.com/  

Hypnotize Me with Dr. Elizabeth Bonet
HM253 Mini: Hypnosis vs Talk Therapy Which one do you do?

Hypnotize Me with Dr. Elizabeth Bonet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 7:14


In this Mini episode, Dr. Liz talks about the differences between Hypnosis and Talk Therapy; who should NOT do hypnosis and when it CAN be helpful.  About Dr. Liz Winner of numerous awards including Top 100 Moms in Business, Dr. Liz provides psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and hypnosis to people wanting a fast, easy way to transform all around the world. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has special certification in Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. Specialty areas include Anxiety, Insomnia, and Deeper Emotional Healing. See more about Dr. Liz and get Free hypnosis files at http://bit.ly/drlizhypnosis -------------- Do you have Chronic Insomnia? Find out more about Dr. Liz's Better Sleep Program at https://bit.ly/sleepbetterfeelbetter Search episodes at the Podcast Page http://bit.ly/HM-podcast Help yourself with Hypnosis Downloads by Dr. Liz! http://bit.ly/HypnosisMP3Downloads --------- A problem shared is a problem halved. In person and Online hypnosis and CBT for healing and transformation. Schedule your free consultation at https://www.drlizhypnosis.com. Listened to in over 140 countries, Hypnotize Me is the podcast about hypnosis, transformation, and healing. Certified hypnotherapist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Dr. Liz Bonet, discusses hypnosis and interviews professionals doing transformational work Thank you for tuning in! Please subscribe to auto-download new episodes to your listening device.  

Playing Injured
EP 95: Clearing Your Past w/ Foojan Zeine

Playing Injured

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 47:39


Dr. Foojan Zeine is a Psychotherapist, Radio/podcast host, International Speaker, and author.  She has her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist practicing online and in her office in Southern California. Dr. Zeine is the originator of “Awareness Integration” educational and psychological theory and intervention, and the author of 6 books including Life Reset – The Awareness Integration Path to Create the Life You Want. She has authored and co-authored 5 books. She is the host of A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan at KMET1490AM/ ABC Radio. She appeared on the Dr. Phil show is a guest speaker in universities including Harvard.   Support the showFollow Playing Injured on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/playinginjured/

Kaleidoscope of Possibilities
EP 61 – Sex Therapy with Dr. Denise Renye

Kaleidoscope of Possibilities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 47:30


To watch the video of this episode, please go to: https://youtu.be/-kyINB2lfEI   What is sex therapy?   What makes it different from regular therapy?   How does trauma impact sex, relationships, and pleasure?   Discover these fascinating insights into the world of human sexuality and more on the latest episode of Kaleidoscope of Possibilities: Alternative Perspectives on Mental Health in which your host Dr. Adriana Popescu is joined by licensed clinical psychologist, certified sexologist, executive consultant, certified yoga therapist, and psychedelic integrationist Dr. Denise Renye.    You will hear about the dynamic field of sex therapy, what shows up in sessions, and how this vital and important work impacts mental health, well-being, bodies, relationships and consciousness.   In this episode: Sex therapy The role of touch Relationship surrogates Trauma Erectile dysfunction Vaginismus Sexual surrogate Sexual trauma, assault, and incest PTSD Faking orgasms Outercourse and intercourse LGBTQIA Creative relationship design, opening relationship Fetishes and BDSM Myths and misnomers Pornography and sex work Communication and consent Agreements Conditioning Community Bay Area Open Minds Consulting and coaching Sexuality Mapping   Resources mentioned in this episode: Dr. Denise's Website: https://www.wholepersonintegration.com/ Dr. Denise's Meditations: https://www.wholepersonintegration.com/shoppe?category=Meditation The Ethical Slut: https://a.co/d/jdju8tQ Bay Area Open Minds: https://bayareaopenminds.org/   About Dr. Denise Renye: Dr. Denise Renye is a licensed clinical psychologist, certified sexologist, executive consultant, certified yoga therapist and psychedelic integrationist. She has specialized training and has worked directly with people in the areas of sexuality, relationships, states of consciousness, psychedelic integration and intimacy. She holds a Masters degree in Human Sexuality from Widener University and both a Masters degree and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from The California Institute of Integral Studies. Dr. Denise is certified as a sexologist through the American College of Sexologists. Dr. Denise has studied embodied spiritual practices nationally and internationally through research and experiential learning and has conducted and published research on embodied psycho-spirituality. Integrating the whole person, soma and psyche, is integral in her approach to the work she does.   “Sexuality is not just about the bedroom, it is such a part of life.” – Dr. Denise   Would you like to continue this conversation and connect with other people who are interested in exploring these topics? Please join us on our Facebook group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/kaleidoscopeofpossibilitiespodcast/)   About your host: Dr. Adriana Popescu is a clinical psychologist, addiction and trauma specialist, author, speaker and empowerment coach who is based in San Francisco, California and practices worldwide.   For more information on Dr. Adriana, her sessions and classes, please visit: https://adrianapopescu.org/   To learn about her new trauma treatment center Firebird Healing, please visit the website: https://www.firebird-healing.com/   You can also follow her on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrAdrianaPopescu/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradrianapopescu/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrAdrianaP Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adriana-popescu-ph-d-03793 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dradrianapopescu Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflL0zScRAZI3mEnzb6viVA Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/kaleidoscopepossibilities TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dradrianapopescu?   Disclaimer: This podcast represents the opinions of Dr. Adriana Popescu and her guests. The content expressed therein should not be taken as psychological or medical advice. The content here is for informational or entertainment purposes only. Please consult your healthcare professional for any medical or treatment questions. This website or podcast is not to be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing “standard of care” in any legal sense or as a basis for legal proceedings or expert witness testimony. Listening, reading, emailing, or interacting on social media with our content in no way establishes a client-therapist relationship.

Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast
Episode #72: Dr. Lourdes Alvarez-Ortiz - Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast

Trauma Informed Educators Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 50:44


Lourdes Alvarez-Ortiz, PhD, is a bilingual/bicultural school psychologist, educational consultant, and professional development facilitator. She has extensive experience working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. With expertise in assessing and supporting students' socio-emotional and academic development, she has been instrumental in creating safe, engaging, and strengths-based school culture and climate, particularly for students and families who experience adversity and those who serve them. In partnership with school districts, Dr. Alvarez-Ortiz has led non-profit organizations in implementing one-of-a- kind reform initiatives to close the opportunity gap. She has worked collaboratively with teachers and administrators to optimize students' potential, successfully engage families and communities, and use culturally responsive practices while adopting a strengths-based approach. At the center of Dr. Alvarez-Ortiz' work is the relentless pursuit of empowering students, families, educators, and communities to capitalize on their potential. She presents at local, state, and national conferences and facilitates webinars and professional learning events. She received a doctorate degree in School Psychology from Temple University and a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Puerto Rico. Her publications include co-authoring Teaching to Strengths: Supporting Students Living with Trauma, Violence, and Chronic Stress (ASCD, 2017), Teaching and Supporting Students Living with Adversity (ASCD, 2020), in addition to articles for ASCD's blog Inservice, and the bilingual site for educators and families Colorín Colorado.

Health is Everything™
Dr. Rosalind Watts: Psychedelics as the Start, and Not the Ending, of the Journey of Healing

Health is Everything™

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 36:11


Psychedelics as the Start, and Not the Ending, of the Journey of HealingAfter decades of stigmatization, psychedelic medicines have re-emerged onto the world stage as the most promising new mental health treatments in a half-century. Our guest for this podcast, Dr. Rosalind Watts, has played an outsized role in these remarkable developments. Dr. Watts is internationally recognized as a leader in the study and implementation of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy. She developed and led the psychedelic-assisted therapy program used in two of the first modern studies of psilocybin for the treatment of depression. More recently, she is the founder of Acer Integration (https://acerintegration.com/), an international, year-long integration community developed for connecting to the self, others, and the natural world. In this podcast we trace Dr. Watts' journey in the psychedelic world, listening to her describe her initial hope that psychedelics might routinely cure mental illness give way to a growing concern that increasingly unrealistic hopes for these medicines were distorting both their risks and benefits. The podcast concludes with Dr. Watts laying out a vision for integrating psychedelics into more holistic ways of promoting mental health and building healing communities.Featuring:Dr. Rosalind Watts, Clinical Psychologist, Founder of Ace IntegrationHost:Charles Raison, Psychiatrist, Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Emory UniversityAbout Emory University's Center for the Study of Human Health:The Emory Center for the Study of Human Health was developed to expand health knowledge and translate this knowledge to all aspects of life – for the individual and populations as a whole. The Center assembles the extraordinary faculty, researchers and thought leaders from across disciplines, departments, schools and institutions to bring this knowledge to Emory University students and inspire them to become leaders for the next generation in meeting challenges facing human health.Follow Us:Blog: Exploring HealthFacebook: @EmoryCSHHInstagram: @EmoryCSHHTwitter: @EmoryCSHH

Take Your Pills, Psychopath!
Ep. 47 Worker-Cooperative Model for Providing Mental Health Care w/ Clinical Psychologist Billy Somerville

Take Your Pills, Psychopath!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 69:40


TYPP is thrilled to have Clinical Psychologist, Billy Somerville, on the show. Billy and John cover a lot in the episode. Among other things, they have a venting session about the current state of our mental health system. Billy also explains the non-hierarchical worker-cooperative made up of social workers, a psychologist, and an administrator that he helped pioneer. His group is one of the first in the country to have this type of worker-run business model in the mental health space. Mental health professionals all over the country are now trying to emulate it. This is fascinating talk. Please enjoy it and spread the word! Learn more about Billy Somerville and the Alliance Collective: alliancecollective.coop. Support John on Patreon: patreon.com/jfod. Watch John's stand up special: youtu.be/OKptLDt6xKo. Join John's newsletter: jfodnews.com.

Summon Your Superhuman Podcast
46. How to manifest the life of your dreams with Dr Marsha Evans

Summon Your Superhuman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 43:44


If the last few years have taught us anything, it's that life is too short and can change in an instant. We talk about so many great things in this podcast, from the power of words and thoughts, to how to rewire your subconscious being and much more. Dr. Marsha Evans is a high vibe Manifestation Coach. She has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology - with a concentration in forensics. She spent approximately 10 years training and working in various prison mental health departments across the country. She climbed her way up the corporate ladder after receiving her degrees by age 26 and truly thought she "made it." However, overtime, the prison system burned her out. After experiencing depression for the first time in early 2020, she decided to take a break from her job. This was where it all began. Shortly thereafter, she experienced three pretty traumatic events resulting in tremendous grief and a near-death situation. These events were the catalyst to her spiritual awakening and the moment she radically changed her life. She went on a deep healing journey and began learning the principles behind manifestation. In a short period of time, Dr. Marsha began to manifest all sorts of things like free first class flights, 10k to invest in her Airbnb business, a free house, free dentist appointments (the list goes on). But, what mattered the most to her was she manifested her peace and happiness. Dr. Marsha now teaches others how to manifest their deepest desires through a combination spirituality, psychology, and a touch of science.  ENJOY Superhuman!You can find Dr Marsha on Instagram and tik tok @manifestwithmarshaShe currently has a few 1:1 spots left for the remaining of the year. Feel free to follow her on the socials and shoot her a dm. You can also email her hello@manifestwithmarsha.com

Manifesting Straight Talk
Crystals, Reiki and Business with Denica Whinn

Manifesting Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 35:47


I had the priveledge to interview my friend Denise this week. She is so inspiring, listen to us talk crystals, reiki, business and so much more. Denica's Bio:My name is Denica Whinn and I am the founder of Acantha Crystals, a 23 year old star-seed from North-West England. I am trained in Crystal Healing, Reiki II and hold a BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology. Alongside this incredible business, I am also studying my MSc in Clinical Psychology, with the hope to intergrate these practices my future.At Acantha Crystals we sell ethically sourced and sustainably packaged crystals so that those seeking holistic healing and enlightenment can manifest their dreams and be their best authentic selves, thanks to mother Earth. I wish to authentically express that you are welcome here and that I am so grateful for each and every one of you. This community certainly raises my vibrations, and I hope that it does the same for you.This is the link to our website: https://www.acanthacrystals.com/This is the link specifically to my "services" page with the Distance Reiki & Crystal Healing treatments: https://www.acanthacrystals.com/servicesAnd this is my Instagram, where we do our live sales: https://www.instagram.com/acanthacrystals And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AcanthaCrystalsThanks for listening,Rachel xThank you so much for listening. Please hit subscribe and if you feel called leave me a review. Follow me on Facebook or Instagram @rachelchamleyFor more details on programs and services head to my website rachelchamley.com