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Behavioral Health Today
Teen & Adolescent Mental Wellness with Michael Klinkner, LCSW – Episode 185

Behavioral Health Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 38:51


Nobody has a reference for parenting teens. For many, this is the first time doing this, so what are the right answers? Let alone what are the right answers for what you're comfortable with. If you as a parent are doing the best you can, with the best intentions then you're parenting fine. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Michael Klinkner. Michael is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 22 years of experience helping children, adolescents, and adults in therapy. Michael has specialty training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Neurolinguistic Programming. Currently, Michael is working with Evolve Counseling in Arizona where he treats a variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and ADHD, focusing primarily on children, teen and adolescent populations. Together Graham and Michael discuss the challenges around teen mental health, the changes in positive socialization, as well as the dangers of social media and how to guide your child's relationship with technology as they mature, and finally encouraging parents to be proactive and have the difficult conversations to establish trust with your teen and ensure they're getting the right information. Most parents are doing the best they can, given their resources. If they had better resources they'd do better. We're not perfect parents. What are the small, but important things you can do today?   For more information about Michael Klinkner and Evolve Counseling, please visit: https://www.evolvecounselingaz.com Connect with Michael on Instagram at michael_klinknercouseling, or visit: https://www.instagram.com/evolvecounseling_AZ/ Finally, connect with Michael on Facebook at michaelklinknercounseling, or visit: https://www.facebook.com/michaelklinknercounseling

Radically Genuine Podcast
59. Pain Psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 63:19


We're joined by global pain expert and pain psychologist Dr. Rachel Zoffness to discuss how pain works and how we can alleviate the root causes of pain instead of seeking short-term relief from addictive painkillers.Dr. Rachel Zoffness / WebsiteDr. Rachel Zoffness (@therealdoczoff) / InstagramDr. Rachel Zoffness (@DrZoffness) / TwitterRachel Zoffness PhD - Pain psychologist / LinkedIn The Pain Management Workbook: Powerful CBT and Mindfulness Skills to Take Control of Pain and Reclaim Your LifeIf you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES4:30 Gate Control Theory of Pain - Physiopedia7:00 What Is a Pain Psychologist? | Psychology Today9:00 The Science of Pain10:20 Think Pain Is Purely Medical? Think Again. | Psychology Today11:00 Congenital insensitivity to pain: MedlinePlus Genetics11:50 Phantom Limb Pain - Physiopedia12:30 The Emotional Brain as a Predictor and Amplifier of Chronic Pain - PMC14:00 Tackling the Grand Challenge of chronic pain needs widespread reform: Prof John Loeser16:30 Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors Were Duped, Patients Got Hooked, and Why It's So Hard to Stop17:15 Radically Genuine Podcast | 57. Beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect22:30 How to explain central sensitization to patients with ‘unexplained' chronic musculoskeletal pain: Practice guidelines - ScienceDirect25:00 Pain Tolerance and Sensitivity in Men, Women, Redheads, and More29:00 Central sensitisation in chronic pain conditions: latest discoveries and their potential for precision medicine - The Lancet Rheumatology31:00 A ‘Volume Control' for Pain | Harvard Medical School38:00 How to Calm an Anxious Stomach: The Brain-Gut Connection | Anxiety and Depression Association of America, ADAA39:30 The Brain-Gut Connection | Johns Hopkins Medicine40:30 Microbes Help Produce Serotonin in Gut44:00 Pain Recipe - @therealdoczoff49:30 Increased Pain Sensitivity in Accident-related Chronic Pain... : The Clinical Journal of Pain51:00 Hypervigilance in PTSD and Other Disorders53:30 The mind's mirror

Curious Women
035 Is it Sleep or Something Else? with Teresa DeNike

Curious Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 60:16


Sleep has a vital role to play when it comes to your health and well-being in your life. Many people struggle with their sleep. If you are concerned about better sleep lately, this episode is just for you. This week on the Curious women podcast, we are joined by Teresa DeNike, Sleep Coach & Clinical Sleep Educator and the founder of Sleep Better NYC, which provides sleep coaching, care coordination, and therapy monitoring. Teresa is a board-certified clinical sleep health educator. She is not a physician but has been working with physicians. She is an expert in sleep apnea, sleep hygiene, mindset for sleep, and the overall well-being of her patients. She has been working in the field for 14 years with patients and doctors who have patients. When she realized that not enough information was being shared with people about the area, but people had a lot of questions to ask her about their sleeping, she decided to start full-time sleep coaching. She works with patients but created some online courses because it's accessible for everyone to get in touch. She aims to educate people and spread awareness about sleep, mental health, and possible sleep disorders. [05:31] Getting to Know Teresa - Teresa's career journey as a professional sleep coach and how she came to start Sleep Better NYC. [08:06] Sleep & Caffeine – How Caffeine affects the quality of sleep and what we should do to use Caffeine without letting it prevent us from having a healthy sleep routine. [15:00] Perfect Sleep – Teresa shares her thought on the ideal sleep conditions and how it differs from person to person. [19:30] Simple Tips for Better Sleep – Teresa dives into some of the simple things we can do to improve our sleep. [24:55] Sleep Talking – The scientific background of talking in your sleep and some, how stress and diet effects it and how to prevent it. [29:30] Insomnia – What insomnia is, and how to prevent insomnia. [35:50] CBT as a Remedy – How we can use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a remedy for insomnia. [38:54] Sleep Apnea – What is sleep apnea, how it originates, most common signs of it, and available remedies. [52:25] Diagnosis – What you should consider when deciding whether you should get tested for a sleep-related issue. Resources Connect with Teresa Power DeNike BS CCSH Instagram https://instagram.com/sleepbetternyc Quiz - Sleepy or Something Else www.sleepbetter.nyc/im-sleepy FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 2022: 20% off self-paced sleep programs PLUS 75% off Mental Health bonus material Use code: SLEEPGUIDE20 Stop the Snore: The Expert-Curated Guide to Breathe Easier and Sleep Better Sleep Success: A Step-By-Step Guide to Better Sleep & Improved Mindset --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/curious-women/support

Conversations on Careers and Professional Life
Christopher Barnes on Sleep and Work

Conversations on Careers and Professional Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 44:40


My sleep hasn't been great for years. I never have trouble falling asleep, but I wake after about 5 hours and then have trouble getting back to sleep.  I average about 7 hours of sleep a night, sometimes more, sometimes less. A few years back, after hearing author Matt Walker talk about his book, Why We Sleep on a podcast (watch his TED Talk), I went down the rabbit hole (not for the first time) on ways to improve my sleep. I'm happy to report, that it many ways, it has gotten better and my relationship to sleep has as well.  I write this as a preface for why the topic of this episode is so important to me. Sleep is important for mental and physical health, and for the quality of our work product, our relationships, and the broader work environment as we'll here from my guest, Professor Christopher Barnes. Christopher Barnes is a Professor of Management and the Michael G. Foster Endowed Professor of Management at the Foster School of Business. His recent research over the past few years focuses on sleep and its impact on work, ethics, decision making and work place engagement. His research has been featured in the Foster Business Magazine, Harvard Business Review, and a TEDx Talk I've long wanted to have Professor Barnes on the podcast, somewhat selfishly, because of my own interest in -- and challenges with sleep. In April of 2022, I invited him to present to faculty and staff as part of my work on the Health, Wellness and Professional Development Committee at Foster, and after that, I knew I what he had to say would be important to my listeners. We discussed how sleep hygiene can improve sleep: Stick to a schedule for wake time and bed time. Avoid alcohol, caffein and nicotine too close to be time, up to 12 hours prior for caffein. Use your bed for just two things, sleep and sex.  Don't stare into your smart device screen before bedtime, We briefly touch on his research on Blue-light filtering glasses, and we discussed one reputable supplier, Swanwick Sleep. I'll add: keep your bedroom dark and cool. Consider lowering the lighting in your house in the hour or two before bed Get bright  (preferably natural) light upon waking. For those of us in the PNW, you might want to get a "happy light" for these dark winter months, and use it for 20 minutes upon waking. (I have one from Verilux.) Some other important resources: If you suffer from insomnia or sleeplessness, the best experts now recommend avoiding sleeping pills. From my reading, the jury is out on Melatonin except at low doses for short periods of time (like around dealing with a time change). One reason why sedatives and melatonin aren't great is that while they will bring on sleep, they disrupt the best kind of sleep for your brain, deep wave sleep. I learned about this from Matt Walker, so if you want to learn more, follow the links in the first paragraph, or check out this three-part podcast.  The gold standard is now Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, or CBT-I. You can even get apps and online programs to that deliver CBT-I therapy, some are actually FDA Approved. Chris mentioned Sleepio.  There is also a free email based program from Insomnia Coach that I found helpful.  There are some supplements that can help with sleep, but you should talk to your doctor about taking anything regularly for help with sleep, whether it is over the counter, or prescription. Chris also mentioned Arrianna Huffington's book, The Sleep Revolution (you can watch a talk she gave for Talks At Google, or read an interview with her), Dr. Nathaniel Watson (also at UW) and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. There is also a great recorded talk from the Whole U Speaker Series with Dr. Michael Vitiello on Getting a Good Night's Sleep.

Radically Genuine Podcast
58. Mental benefits of doing hard things

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 84:56


We are wired to move toward things that make us feel good and away from things that make us feel uncomfortable. It's that narrative in our mind that limits us. However, when you challenge yourself and put in the effort, it could be transformational. On today's podcast we welcome back Dr. Susan Hannan to discuss the benefits of doing hard things.If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES75 Hard | The 75-Day Tactical Guide to Winning the War with Yourself22:30 - The 12 Hour Walk25:00 - Dopamine | Psychology Today26:00 - The Dopamine Seeking-Reward Loop | Psychology Today31:00 - Mark Lepper: Intrinsic Motivation, Extrinsic Motivation and the Process of Learning | Bing Nursery School1:19:00 - Derek DelGaudio's In & Of Itself (2020) - IMDb

Classical Wisdom Speaks
Death DOES Concern Us: With Michael Fontaine, Massimo Pigliucci, Donald Robertson and Anya Leonard

Classical Wisdom Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 84:40 Transcription Available


How to Grieve: From Cicero and Stoicism to Modern practices, How Can Philosophy HELP US Handle Loss? Panel DiscussionIn 45 BCE, the Roman statesman Cicero fell to pieces when his beloved daughter, Tullia, died from complications of childbirth. But from the depths of despair, Cicero fought his way back. In an effort to cope with his loss, he wrote a consolation speech―not for others, as had always been done, but for himself. And it worked.Cicero's Consolation was something new in literature, equal parts philosophy and motivational speech. Drawing on the full range of Greek philosophy and Roman history, Cicero convinced himself that death and loss are part of life, and that if others have survived them, we can, too; resilience, endurance, and fortitude are the way forward.This panel discusses the revelations of Cicero's consolation and how they relate to both the ancient philosophy of Stoicism and modern behavioral cognitive therapy... all with the aim of finding a better understanding on how to grieve.Watch eminent professors and authors, Michael Fontaine, Massimo Pigliucci, and Donald Robertson for this thought-provoking, important conversation. About the Speakers:Michael Fontaine is Professor in the Department of Classics at Cornell University, New York and author of many books and articles, including: How to tell a Joke, The Pig War, How to Drink: A classical Guide to Imbibing, and most recently, How to Grieve: An Ancient Guide to the Lost Art of Consolation.Massimo Pigliucci is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York and author of many books, including How to Be a Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy to Live a Modern Life... and most recently, How to Be Good: What Socrates Can Teach Us About the Art of Living Well. Donald Robertson is a writer, cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist and trainer, specializing in teaching evidence-based psychological skills and is the president of Plato's Academy Center.  Donald is the author of several books and many articles on philosophy, psychotherapy, and psychological skills training, including How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, and his most recent project, Verissimus: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, a graphic novel has just been released.Anya Leonard is the Founder and Director of Classical Wisdom, a site dedicated to bringing ancient wisdom to modern minds. Co-founded in 2013 with Bill Bonner, in conjunction with Les Belles Lettres, the French publishing house.  She has recently published a children's book, Sappho: The Lost Poetess, dedicated to the life, works and remarkable recent discovery of a poem written by the 7th century Poetess, Sappho.You can learn more about Classical Wisdom and our mission to bring ancient wisdom to modern minds here: https://classicalwisdom.substack.com/

Radically Genuine Podcast
57. Beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 64:44


Many of us are familiar with the placebo effect, a beneficial effect produced due to the patient's belief in that treatment. Psychological factors like mindsets and expectations have a connection to our physiology. It's been proven in multiple clinical studies and researchers continue to explore more about the mind-body link. On today's podcast we discuss beliefs, mindsets and the placebo effect. If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES6:30 - What is a double blind study? | Premier Health8:30 - A fascinating landmark study of placebo surgery for knee osteoarthritis11:00 - Use of Placebo in Clinical Practice | American Medical Association17:00 - Mindsets Matter: A New Framework for Harnessing the Placebo Effect in Modern Medicine22:00 - What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain & Health - Huberman Lab26:45 - Alia J. Crum, PhD | Stanford Mind & Body Lab29:30 - Mind over milkshakes: mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response30:15 - Change your mindset, change the game | Dr. Alia Crum | TEDxTraverseCity55:00 - Free writing - Wikipedia

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
Getting Endlessly Misdiagnosed Is Fabulous!

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 33:37


The amazing Victoria Fenton joins me today from across the pond in England to share one of the greatest British accents I've ever welcomed to the program. Well, that and the fabulous feeling when you know something is wrong with your body, and no medical professional will take you seriously while regurgitating back to you that it's all in your head. Victoria was misdiagnosed for over a decade as a teenager while suffering from all sorts of life-threatening symptoms. Consistently greeted with "You have mental health issues. Get over it." she was finally diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), a group of hereditary disorders of connective tissue. She realized that when you have no control over something, it helps you take control of it. She chose to immerse herself in natural language processing and cognitive behavioral therapy. She soon realized the obvious: Our minds and our bodies can control the way we interact with the universe around us. Not heal. Not sure. But help manage the way we deal with stressors. Enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Brain Health with Dr. Nissen
#36: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) with Michael Perlis, PhD

Brain Health with Dr. Nissen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 83:30


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is an evidence-based intervention for insomnia. Please enjoy this discussion with Dr. Michael Perlis. Dr. Perlis is internationally known for his work in the area of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (BSM). He is a co-author of the first textbook in this field and he is the senior author of a published CBT-I treatment manual and a larger text summarizing all BSM treatments. The CBT-I manual (Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: A Session-by-Session Guide (New York: Springer/Verlag) has been translated into Spanish, Italian, Korean, and Chinese. In addition, his program offers an Advanced CBT-I Course (also taught by Drs. ‘Posner and Ellis), individual and group supervision, a BSM mini-fellowship, and (via CBT-I Educational Products) a video mock case vignette DVD. Dr. Perlis has published, as an author or co-author, more than 150 articles and chapters on sleep research-related topics and he serves on the editorial boards of Sleep, the Journal of Sleep Research, the journal of Sleep Medicine Research, the journal of Behavioral Sleep Medicine, and the Journal of Health Psychology. Dr. Perlis has also served as a member, or chair, of several committees and task forces of the Sleep Research Society and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and he was the assistant chair for the training program of the SRS for five years. Finally, Dr. Perlis was one of the five organizing and founding members of the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (SBSM). He also served as the SBSM's first president (2010-2011). Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you advancements in medicine, #neuroscience, psychiatry, and #nutrition to help you live a better life. Dr. Nissen's expert interviews reveal new, evidence-based approaches to enhancing mental health, sharpening cognition, and optimizing performance. With topics such as #Alzheimer's disease, #neuromodulation, #depression, the Mediterranean #Diet, and #psychedelics, this show is sure to expose listeners to new topics on the frontiers of medicine and neuroscience. Join our community at DrNissen.com Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/drnissen Subscribe to the podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brain-health-with-dr-nissen/id1510757864 Dr. Nissen is a medical doctor (M.D.) and therapist. This show is intended for entertainment and educational purposes only and does not substitute personalized medical advice. Please speak with your doctor before attempting any medical or major diet and lifestyle changes. Check out Dr. Nissen's children's book on empathy and emotional intelligence, Emily Empathy! http://bit.ly/emilyempathy #depression #mentalhealth #wellness #health #healthylifestyle #medicine #treatment #medical #healthcare #psychotherapy #psychedelics #psychedelictherapy

Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda King
How to cycle sync your business and tap into your hormonal superpowers with Julia DeWolfe

Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda King

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 78:02 Transcription Available


For the full show notes and access to resources mentioned in this episode visit: https://www.easyscaling.com/blog/episode18Tune in as we discuss syncing your business up with your cycle and how that can make everything in your business flow more effortlessly. We dive into what cycle syncing is, tips and tools for making cycle syncing easier, and practical examples to help you implement it in your life and business.My guest is Julia DeWolfe, she is one of my coaches, a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practitioner, and what she calls an 'everything coach' for entrepreneurs.Julia is a regular guest on the podcast and together we explore the more emotional side of business ownership and dig into many of the things that I've personally struggled with or overcome in my own business.Topics discussed:Misconceptions around what cycle syncing isThe two main events of your cycle: Your period and ovulation The Luteal Crisis - what it is and when you can expect itWe don't need to be fixed, we need to be understoodHow you might potentially feel during each of the phases of your cycleThe best time to do sales calls, videos, podcasting, or trainingsTypes of tasks that might be a better fit for each part of your cycle The way that you feel as you get closer to your period is still validHow you can chunk tasks into categories for each phase of your cycleWhen in your cycle you're most creativeSurprising ways that your hormones can affect youWhat do people do if they aren't having a cycle?Links/Resources Mentioned:Oura Ring ($50 off)Natural Cycles (20% off)Do Less (Book)The Period Repair Manual (Book)Julia's FREE Cycle Syncing WorksheetJulia's Cycle Syncing Basics Mini-CourseConnect with Jordan Schanda King:Website: easyscaling.comInstagram: @jordanschandakingConnect with this week's guest Julia DeWolfeWebsite: juliadewolfecoaching.comInstagram: @juliadewolfecoaching*some links above are affiliate links which means I will get a small commission if you make a purchase with my link, but you will not pay any extra. I personally use and recommend these products!https://www.easyscaling.com/the-accelerator

More Than Therapy
The Importance of Healthy Boundaries in Relationships featuring Ashley D. Gilmore, MS.Ed, MFT, LCMHC, NCC of Gilmore Counseling and Consulting Services, PLLC

More Than Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 33:36


What does healthy self-care look like for you? In what ways can we manage our boundaries with family, friends, and work? (the recording was corrupted in transporting to the studio and does not reflect the quality of this exceptional interview or the perspectives of this amazing therapist) What does self-care look like for you? Do you practice self-care? What do you believe healthy boundaries look like? - Say no - Boundaries are important - You are your first priority Ashley is helping families, couples, and individuals navigate the stages of life by providing necessary skills for their emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. "I'm a service provider focusing on setting realistic expectations that allow you to walk into whom you are meant to be. My primary approaches include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Structural Family, and Narrative Family Therapy. My main approach, however, is to meet you where you are. Let's get real together. I have degrees from Purdue, Indiana, and Capella University and have worked in the field off and on for the past ten years. I have worked with couples for successful relationships and marriages, individuals to work through the trauma from their past, and families to communicate better within their homes. I also work with children and adolescents in and out of academic settings. As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and National Board Certified Counselor, I have presented at the Black Mental Health Symposium, Zing Life Services Telesummit, Women to Women Luncheon, Purdue University Women's Conference, and co-presenter at an annual marriage retreat with my husband." Hosted by Felipe Blue, LCAS, CSI of More Than Therapy More Than Therapy 201 W Main Street Suite 316 Durham, NC 27701 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/morethantherapy/message

Radically Genuine Podcast
Are we becoming less resilient? (Rebroadcast)

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 69:43


Human beings have an innate ability to adapt. Throughout history, mankind has endured famines, war, migrations and periods of tremendous uncertainty. As a nation of immigrants, the United States is built upon the notion that human beings are resilient. On today's podcast we revisit one of our earlier conversations, originally published in July of 2021. An overall discussion on resilience and question whether the recent shift in society has created a lack of coping skills. If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comBackground ReadingMindset: The New Psychology of Success - Carol S. Dweck The Coddling of the the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure - Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt

Conversations on Healing Podcast
Finding Moments for Mindfulness

Conversations on Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 52:32


Shonda Moralis, MSW, LCSW, is a life balance coach, author and host of the podcast “Therapeutic Perspective”. Her books “Don't Forget to Breathe” and “Breathe, Empower, Achieve” help people to focus on slowing down, and finding moments for mindfulness within a busy day. Shonda serves on the board of the Shanthi Project, a nonprofit organization that brings tips on mindfulness and mind-body awareness to children and communities.   In today's episode, host Shay Beider speaks with Shonda Moralis on various techniques to integrate mindfulness in everyday life. She shares the power that can be found in the present moment, and how to take small moments out of your day to increase awareness of your thoughts. Additionally, Shonda talks about the long term health benefits of meditation, including its effect on immunity and aging. She discusses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and the healing that can be found by bringing attention to our thoughts and emotions. Finally, Shonda leads us through one of the mindful meditations from her book “Don't Forget to Breathe” that can be incorporated into your daily life!   Transcripts for this episode are available at: https://www.integrativetouch.org/conversations-on-healing    Show Notes: More about Shonda's podcast, Therapeutic Perspective Find out more about the Shanthi Project Read “Don't Forget to Breathe” Read “Breathe, Empower, Achieve”   This podcast was created by Integrative Touch, which is working to change the way people experience healthcare. A leader in the field of pediatric integrative medicine, the organization supports families whose children have any type of special health or medical need. This includes kids with cancers, genetic conditions, autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic stress, and other serious health issues. The founder, Shay Beider, pioneered a new therapy called Integrative Touch™Therapy that supports healing from trauma and serious illness. The organization reaches thousands of people each year in hospitals and communities and offers unique Telehealth programs to families and healthcare providers during this challenging time. Thanks to the incredible support of volunteers and contributors, individuals are able to receive wellness education and integrative medical services at little or no cost.

Successfully Depressed
Episode #10 - Understanding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy With Andrea Niles, PhD

Successfully Depressed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 30:45 Transcription Available


In our 10th episode, Kerry interviews Andrea Niles, PhD, who is the CEO and founder of Prospera Mental Health and Wellness, a leader in providing high-quality, affordable mental health care. We discuss what cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is and how we can use it to treat depression and anxiety. About Andrea Niles, PhDAndrea Niles, PhD is CEO and founder of Prospera Mental Health and Wellness, a leader in providing high quality, affordable mental health care. Andrea completed her PhD at UCLA, the top clinical psychology program in the United States. She trained as a therapist and conducted research on treatments for anxiety and depression, publishing over 40 peer reviewed papers and earning dozens of awards, fellowships, and grants for her research. Andrea's career has focused on improving effectiveness of and access to evidence-based therapies for anxiety and depression. At Prospera, her team focuses on helping people access cognitive behavioral therapy, the most effective treatment available, at an affordable price. She is pioneering an entirely new model in mental health care that combines mental health coaches, digital tools, and licensed therapists who work behind the scenes to ensure care quality. The use of mental health coaches can reduce costs, while the combination of digital tools and supervising therapists maintains the quality.Show NotesProspera Mental Health & WellnessYouperSocial MediaProspera's InstagramProspera's TikTokFree ResourcesFree Prospera Mental Health & Wellness ConsultationWhat is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?Support the show

Amplify Ambition
99. Building a Brand and Business on Your Own Terms with Jasmin Murphy

Amplify Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 36:51


Learn how to modify social media and promote your services in a way that feels good. Today's guest knew there was a need for it – that so many people didn't feel like they could fit into the "influencer" mold and that they needed someone to show them how to do social media in a way that felt good for them. "I realized that if I had that need and if that was something that helped me, that there were hundreds, if not thousands of other people that needed the same thing." Jasmin Murphy is a woman who has spent her entire life learning to love herself. On her own journey to lose over 200lbs naturally, she battled the idea of being body positive. But, through this journey, she found that when you learn to love yourself from the inside out, and has become the premier Body Positive Health and Wellness Coach. In 2017 Jasmin took the next step in her journey and became a certified Health and Wellness coach so that she could help other women find their way back into loving themselves while reaching their health and wellness goals without shame or the guilt of diet culture. But she didn't stop there. Jasmin has since become a certified group exercise instructor, and received certifications in Self-control psychology and weight loss, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gut Health Practitioner, and nutritional diet planning just to name a few. After an almost fatal health crisis in 2018, Jasmin made the decision to undergo Duodenal Switch Bariatric Surgery. In August 2020 she successfully had surgery and had to date released 208lbs. Since she had undergone bariatric surgery, Jasmin has become passionate about dispelling the myths that surround weight loss surgery and shows how you can make the decision to have weight loss surgery from a place of self-love and healing. Jasmin has helped over 250,000 women on their journeys to reclaim their health and wellness between her public platforms and private membership community. Her goal is to create the world's premier space for size-inclusive health and wellness teaching women how to create their own version of strong that feels good to them. During this time Jasmin went from having zero social media presence, being homeless, and struggling to make ends meet to building a devoted community of over 150K, over 20 Million video views, a 6 figure membership program, and non-stop media coverage with no ad spend, engagement pods, or bought followers. She could do this by learning how to efficiently leverage social media and her story to give people what they were looking for that kept them invested in her brand and, more importantly, themselves. Now she teaches other entrepreneurs to do the same. In this episode, you will learn the following: How Jasmin got started in entrepreneurship What led her to her current work helping others The importance of self-love and trusting yourself How to modify social media to fit their goals, morals, and brand values Links & Resources: Website - www.jasminmurphy.com Instagram - @jasmin.r.murphy LinkedIn - Jasmin R Murphy facebook - @jasminrmurphy Email - hello@jasminmurphy.com ✨ Let's connect on IG--> instagram.com/kris10edwards_ ✨ Work with Me--> www.kristenedwardsspeaks.com/ ENJOYING THE PODCAST? Follow/Subscribe, rate this show, and share it on social media too! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachkeds/support

Jones.Show: Thought-Full Conversation
155: That Special Time Between Birth & Death with Dr. Judy Ho

Jones.Show: Thought-Full Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 34:49


Dr. Judy Ho, Ph. D., ABPP, ABPdN is a triple board certified and licensed Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychologist, a tenured Associate Professor at Pepperdine University, and published author,  penning “Stop Self-Sabotage,” published by HarperCollins in August 2019; a book detailing a scientifically driven six-step program which has been translated into 7 additional languages around the world.  Her second book which she co-authored with Max Dubrow entitled "I'll Give it to Your Straight-ish: What Your Teen Wants You to Know," is published by Flashpoint and contains Dr. Judy's evidence-based tips to help parents raise healthy and resilient teenagers. Dr. Judy maintains a private practice in Manhattan Beach, CA where she specializes in comprehensive neuropsychological assessments and expert witness work.  She regularly appears as an expert psychologist on television, podcasts, radio, and contributes to other media including print and electronic periodicals. She is a co-host on the syndicate daytime television talk show “The Doctors,” co-host of CBS's Face the Truth, and host of The SuperCharged Life podcast which focuses on scientific, tangible tips for physical and mental wellness, and strategies for motivation and productivity, produced by Stage 29 Podcast Productions. Dr. Judy Ho is an avid researcher and is a two-time recipient of the National Institute of Mental Health Services Research Award. She hosts an active research program to improve mental health care for high-need populations and is the chair of the Institutional Review Board at Pepperdine University. Her treatment approaches integrate the scientific principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. She often speaks at national and local events including research, clinical, and corporate conferences and workshops for organizations and schools. Dr. Judy received her bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Business Administration from UC Berkeley, and her masters and doctorate from SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. She completed a National Institute of Mental Health sponsored fellowship at UCLA's Semel Institute. DR. JUDY HO Online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjudyho Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjudyho/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctorjudyho LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjudyho/ Web: www.drjudyho.com  JONES.SHOW Online:    Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones  Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web:  RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/  Web: KevinRandallJones.com  www.Jones.Show

Radically Genuine Podcast
56. TikTok's corrosive effect on mental health

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 53:38


When it comes to social media, your views are their source of revenue. Mental health is big business, which provokes some to create content specifically for these platforms. Self diagnosis videos are targeting a vulnerable population. When you consume these, you are at risk of falling victim to the algorithm—scrolling through an endless stream of negative influence. On today's podcast we discuss the TikTok approach to self diagnosis. If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.Dr. McFillin Antidepressant Webinar - Friday, October 21st 12:30pm EDTRADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCESWhy People Pretend to Be Unwell Online | Psychology TodayDeconstructing TikTok Videos on Mental Health: Cross-sectional, Descriptive Content Analysis - PMCNew TikTok probe to investigate if app is harming kids' mental health11:30 - TikTok: 5 signs you're probably Autistic17:00 - Episode 15: What the hell is Society doing to teenage girls?20:45 - How to know if you have #ADHD30:40 - Texas sharpshooter fallacy - Wikipedia37:00 - Social Media and Mental Health: Benefits, Risks, and Opportunities for Research and Practice - PMC39:30 - Five signs that you may be on the Bipolar spectrum

The Matt Walker Podcast
# 32: Insomnia - Part 7

The Matt Walker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 26:50


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTI) can be split into at least five core components: 1) sleep restriction therapy, 2) sleep hygiene, 3) stimulus control, 4) cognitive restructuring, and 5) relaxation therapies. Sleep restriction therapy has been shown to be one of the most effective components of CBTI. It  isn't about restricting your sleep so much as limiting the amount of time you are allowed to spend in bed, and it aims to drive up the brain's appetite for sleep, and promote long bouts of unbroken sleep. Sleep restriction works by targeting the natural buildup of adenosine in your brain. Limiting time in bed through sleep restriction means you are awake longer, and the longer you are awake, the greater the build-up of adenosine. After several nights, sleep restriction helps you build up a wonderfully healthy amount of sleepiness that allows you to fall asleep more easily, and stay asleep soundly across the night. Because sleep restriction helps with building sleep pressure, it increases your sleep efficiency, meaning that you sleep almost all the time you're in bed even though you're in bed for less time overall. Once your sleep has stabilized, your clinician will start to add back more time that you're allowed in bed.The second component of CBTI is sleep hygiene, covered in the previous episode all about sleep optimization The third component involves teaching relaxation methods, such as stretching, breathing, and meditation. The fourth component is cognitive restructuring, which involves your clinician helping to disrupt and scientifically disprove your misbeliefs and anxieties around sleep.  The fifth component is called stimulus control, which means not laying in your bed fretting and catastrophizing. Stimulus control seeks to help you gradually extinguish the bad associations you may have with your bed/bedroom.Please note that Matt is not a medical doctor, and none of the content in this podcast should be considered medical advice in any way, shape, or form, nor prescriptive in any way.Those fine people at Athletic Greens are one of the sponsors of this week's episode. and they are generously offering three benefits for anyone who uses the above link for their first order: 1) a discount on your order; 2) a one-year free supply of vitamin D; 3) five free travel packs. Athletic Greens is a nutrition drink that combines a full complement of antioxidants, minerals and biotics, together with essential vitamins. Matt's been using it for several years now because he's serious about his health and because he did his research on the science and ingredients in Athletic Greens and thinks its science and scientific data that can be taken as ground truth. Another sponsor this week is the good people at InsideTracker, and they are generously offering a special 25% off any one of their programs for anyone who uses the above link.  InsideTracker is a personalized biometric platform that analyzes your blood and your DNA to better understand what's happening inside of you and also offers suggestions regarding things that you can do to better try and adjust some of those numbers, optimize them, and, as a result, optimize you.So, make your way over to Athletic Greens and InsideTracker to take advantage of these incredible deals. And, as always, if you have thoughts or feedback you'd like to share, please reach out to Matt on Instagram.

Hands Full: A Parenting Podcast

It's safe to say that every parent has felt shame or embarrassment – in response to their child's behavior – at some point in the parenting process. The stress of feeling shame is real and can cripple a parent's self-esteem, strain relationships, and result in parenting tactics that exacerbate the behaviors of concern. In this episode, Axel and Patrick delve into why we feel shame, the consequences of shame, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy reframing strategies to prevent and diminish feelings of shame.

Radically Genuine Podcast
55. Post antidepressant sexual dysfunction

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 71:11


Post-SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD) is a disorder that reduces sexual functioning despite stopping treatment with SSRI or SNRI medications. Lack of awareness and the nature of the issue most likely contributes to the underreporting of this condition. On today's podcast we welcome Yassie Pirani & Emily Grey to discuss PSSD.If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCESCanadian PSSD SocietyPSSD NetworkPSSD Hilfe Deutschland e. V. - StartseiteYassie Pirani15:00 David Healy: Post-SSRI Sexual Dysfunction | RxISK17:00 Sexual Health Research Lab17:45 Post SSRI/SNRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD) | Sex[M]ed19:30 Anhedonia: Why does nothing feel good anymore?25:00 Finding and Learning about Side Effects (adverse reactions) | FDA32:00 Diagnostic criteria for enduring sexual dysfunction after treatment with antidepressants, finasteride and isotretinoin34:00 PSSD Doctors & Specialists | RxISK48:30 Antidepressant Use During Development May Impair Women's Sexual Desire in Adulthood - PMC

Stop Being an A*****e to Yourself

Expectations can be dirty little joy thieves! But only because we take them very seriously.  Listen to find out the truth about expectations (you're in for a treat!), and how to stop your expectations from stealing your joy.

Meditation Not Medicine
Reaching Equilibrium with Hayley Schiller

Meditation Not Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 32:23


About Hayley Schiller: Hayley is a Stress Management Coach who helps entrepreneurs and professionals in the workforce to be able to get what you need to be done, and feel clear and confident while doing so. She is the Founder of Reaching Equilibrium LLC, a stress management program that provides tools and strategies to entrepreneurs and professionals to avoid burnout and navigate work-life balance.  Hayley is a Licensed Masters Social Work (LMSW) and is a Member of the National Association of Social Workers. In this episode, Adam and Hayley discuss: Life is not one size fits allHow people can use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to achieve work-life balanceThe power of social media Key Takeaways:Life is not one size fits all so take advantage of the evidence-based strategies and learn to customize them and make them uniquely ours to fit into our lifestyles.Our actions and responses will always make sense if we can get to the root thought behind them. Engaging in the present moment, by utilizing your senses, is a great way to alleviate future anxiety, and it can be done at your own convenience.You can always find different tools and resources to lower your stress levels as well as lower the sources of stress themselves with just a click in different social media platforms, it's just about finding what works well for you. "Just ask yourself each and every day "How am I feeling and what do I need?". That will really guide you and really help bring about what it is that you're feeling and thinking deep down." – Hayley Schiller  Connect with Hayley Schiller:Website: https://www.reachingequilibrium.com/Instagram: https://instagram.com/reaching_equilibrium_?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hayley-schiller Connect With Adam Weber:Website: https://meditationnotmedicine.com/about/Email: adam@meditationnotmedicine.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/easytomeditate Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meditationnotmedicine/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPnbji9rDrCfxhY0W8sHL9ABook: Meditation Not Medicine  Show Notes by Podcastologist: Angelica Rayco Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.

Between the Slides
2. Got Sleep?

Between the Slides

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 22:30


Sleep is critical for the mind, body and some say spirit to heal and maintain function. In this episode I'll help the listener understand the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and share what worked for me when I had a bout of insomnia.Key Components Discussed:CBT-I vs. MedicationHow much sleep do we need?Multi-Component elements of CBT-ICognitiveBehavioralPsychoeducationalKey CBT-I ElementsStimulus ControlSleep Restriction & CompressionRelaxation TrainingReferences:https://www.sleepfoundation.org/insomnia/treatment/cognitive-behavioral-therapy-insomniahttps://health.gov/myhealthfinder/healthy-living/mental-health-and-relationships/get-enough-sleephttps://www.cdc.gov/sleep/about_sleep/how_much_sleep.html

Blessed in This Mess
Episode 19 - Therapy for Family Caregivers, with Kathleen Lyons, LCPC

Blessed in This Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 30:44


There can be a tremendous amount of emotion (guilt, anger, anxiety, grief, etc.) in the life of family caregivers. Have you ever wondered if you'd benefit from talking about your experience with a licensed therapist or counselor? Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Kathleen Lyons is my guest on this episode. Kathleen provides very helpful information about when and how professional counselors may support family caregivers. She explains the basics of talk therapy (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy. Her perspective on “compassion fatigue,” a huge issue among caregivers, is particularly insightful. She also addresses the typical length of time caregivers might need support, as well as how the cost of therapy is handled in her group. Kathleen is affiliated with Truth in Love Counseling & Care, a group of Christian counselors with offices in Bloomington/Normal and Springfield, IL. Resources: Read more about Kathleen here, https://www.truthinlovecounseling.com/kathleen-lyons For more information about Truth in Love Counseling & Care, https://www.truthinlovecounseling.com/ Let's Connect! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lorischlosserspeaks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorischlosserspeaks/ Website: https://www.lorischlosser.com/

Noble Mind
69: Marisa Mazza on Avoidance, Facing Our Fears, and Healing OCD

Noble Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 38:11


In this episode, we talk to Marisa Mazzo about dealing with avoidance and ways we can face our fears. She explains key principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and discusses her inspiring work helping people heal from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. We dig into the broader problems of fear and avoidance, and discuss skills that anyone can use to get curious, restore safety, and take values-based action in our lives. Marisa T. Mazza, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist, supervisor and founder of choicetherapy, a group practice specializing in evidenced-based treatments for OCD and Anxiety. Dr. Mazza is passionate about providing evidence-based therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindful Self-Compassion, to teens and adults struggling with OCD or Anxiety. She provides supervision and consultation to other professionals as faculty at the International OCD Foundation's Behavioral Therapy Training Institute and at the University of San Francisco. Dr. Mazza published The ACT Workbook for OCD.  Noble Mind explores the intersections of mindfulness, meditation, self-compassion, and spiritual practice. Join our free Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/noblemind. For past episodes, show details, and to join our email list, visit www.noblemindpodcast.com.

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast
083: Dr. Shelby Harris, Bestselling Author, Clinical Psychologist & Sleep Specialist: “A Firestorm For Insomnia”: A Complete Guide To Why Women Have Sleep Issues

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 47:47


GUEST BIO: Shelby Harris, PsyD, DBSM is a clinical psychologist and sleep specialist in private practice in NY. She is board certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine and treats a wide variety of sleep, anxiety and depression issues using evidence-based, non-medication treatments. Her self-help book, The Women's Guide to Overcoming Insomnia: Get a Good Night's Sleep Without Relying on Medication was published in 2019 (WW Norton Books). Before going into private practice, she was the longstanding director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the Sleep-Wake Disorders Center at Montefiore Medical Center. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC. Dr. Harris has been an invited columnist for the New York Times “Consults Blog,” and is frequently quoted in the media, including the New Yorker, Washington Post, and NYT On Parenting column. She has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America and CBS Mornings. Dr. Harris can also be found on Instagram at @SleepDocShelby where she provides evidence-based information about sleep wellness and sleep disorders.SHOW NOTES: 

Radically Genuine Podcast
54. Is Dr. Google making us cyberchondriacs?

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 61:27


Having access to an enormous amount of information in the palm of your hand is powerful and dangerous. Googling health symptoms can send you in a direction that takes you farther away from reality. This being overly concerned about one's health can increase anxiety and decrease your quality of life. On today's podcast we discuss hypochondriacs in the age of Google. If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES5:00 Cyberchondria Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com12:00 Investigating the Obsessive and Compulsive Features of Cyberchondria: A Holistic Review14:00 Cyberchondria: Overlap with health anxiety and unique relations with impairment, quality of life, and service utilization17:30 Search neutrality - Wikipedia19:00 Illness Anxiety Disorder - Psychiatric Disorders - Merck Manuals Professional Edition28:00 Health Anxiety | Psychology Tools30:00 The biochemistry of belief - PMC38:30 CME Info - Child Mortality Estimates42:00 Using information technology to reduce rates of medication errors in hospitals - PMC46:30 The Health Belief Model54:30 Radically Genuine Podcast | 40. Chris Palmer, MD

True Thirty with Joey Dumont
"Trans Kids: It's Time to Talk," with Stella O'Malley

True Thirty with Joey Dumont

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 81:09


As most of you have gathered by now, I've spent hundreds of hours researching the topic of gender ideology. And I've done so because I believe it's the most divisive topic of our time, as well as the most misunderstood.My guest today is going to help us all better understand the complexity of this topic, both from the perspective of a subject matter expert, as well as someone who has suffered from childhood gender dysphoria herself. Stella O'Malley is an Irish psychotherapist who specializes in gender dysphoria, and holds a B.A in Counseling/Psychotherapy, a Masters in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and additional diplomas in Youth Studies, Psychometric Testing, and Gender Identity Counseling. She's also the author of four books on parenting and the mental health of children. She's a regular contributor to newspapers, broadcast television, podcasts, and a sought after speaker and writer on the topic of gender dysphoria. In 2018, she published her documentary, Trans Kids: It's Time to Talk. And to quote Suzi Fei of the Financial Times, “It's where compassion meets controversy”. I hope you enjoy Stella and her expertise as much as I did. She is a gift to our trans community.Watch Episode:True Thirty is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support our work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to True Thirty at truethirty.substack.com/subscribe

Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda King
How to navigate failed launches, money setbacks, emotional breakdowns, and all the things no one talks about

Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda King

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 73:38 Transcription Available


For the full show notes and access to resources mentioned in this episode, visit hhttps://www.easyscaling.com/blog/episode15Tune in as we talk about the emotional roller coaster that is owning a business. We dive into things like changing your mind, thinking through worst-case scenarios, navigating failed launches, and the magic of breakthroughs after breakdowns.My guest is Julia DeWolfe, she is one of my coaches, a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practitioner, and what she calls an 'everything coach' for entrepreneurs.Julia is a regular guest on the podcast and together we explore the more emotional side of business ownership and dig into many of the things that I've personally struggled with or overcome in my own business.Topics discussed:Dealing with “failed” launches and changing your mindDeciphering the difference between fear vs misalignmentThe magic of breakthroughs after breakdownsJulia's favorite exercises from cognitive behavioral therapySelf-awareness and reflection as the ultimate growth hackWhy I secretly get excited when bad things happen in my businessHard work vs hustle and why I think anti-hustle-culture goes too farNot feeling bad if you're working more than 20 hours a weekFiguring out what YOU actually want your business to look likeA values-based exercise for getting clear on what it's all forConnect with Jordan Schanda King:Website: easyscaling.comInstagram: @jordanschandakingFacebook: Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda KingConnect with this week's guest Julia DeWolfeWebsite: juliadewolfecoaching.comInstagram: @juliadewolfecoachingLove what you heard. Reviews really help us out! As a thank you, you can get my 90-Day Planning Formula ($97 Value) by submitting a screenshot of your 5-star review at easyscaling.com/podcastreview

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast
082: Dr. Brian Curtis, Clinical Psychologist, Sleep Specialist & Founder of Honest Sleep LLC: Chronic Sleep Disruption & Its Direct Link To Mental Health

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 59:55


GUEST BIO: Brian Curtis, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and founder of Honest Sleep, LLC, a telehealth-based clinical practice specializing in the assessment and treatment of chronic insomnia and nightmare disorder. He has over 12 years of research experience in the field of sleep medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Dr. Curtis received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and M.S. in Human Genetics from the University of Utah. Dr. Curtis's work includes targeting comorbid sleep disruption for individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, and depression. As sleep disruption is transdiagnostic across most mental health concerns, Dr. Curtis is particularly interested in helping fellow therapists increase their competence in the assessment and treatment of sleep-related difficulties with their clients.SHOW NOTES: 

Living Life... Like It Matters Podcast
Special Episode...The Cookie Thief and Everything I learned in Kindergarten.

Living Life... Like It Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 5:59


Special Episode...The Cookie Thief and Everything I learned in Kindergarten. Special Episode...The Cookie Thief and Everything I learned in Kindergarten.  Check out our website www.LikeItMatters.Net. Be sure to Like and Follow us on our facebook page.   Like It Matters Radio brings clarity to the confusion and an understanding of how we can be manipulated into thinking and doing things without our conscious awareness. If you want to change your world, you must change your thinking. Mr. Black helps you understand all three parts of the human experience: Mental, Physical and Spiritual.  Like It Matters Radio, is radio, Like It Matters: Inspirational, Educational and applicational. Mr. Black is creator and host of Like It Matters Radio.  Mr. Black has been inspiring radio audiences since 2015, and we can proudly say, “There is nothing on the radio like it”. Black reminds many of Paul Harvey, with his storytelling and common-sense approach to the issues of the day.  Your Radio Life Caddy brings his 30 years of Leadership Training/Development and Coaching with a unique blend of the psychological disciplines of Transactional Analysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Logotherapy, Emotional Intelligence, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Multiple Intelligences, biology, physiology, and the science of Right/Left Brain development into an entertaining and educational journey for an hour. Mr. Black takes this frame, as a launching pad, as he encourages and delves into issues of the day. His emotionally intelligent approach deals with Personal Development, political issues, and social patterns in a powerful way; sprinkled with stories, poetry, the Word of God, and humor- creating an HOUR OF POWER that will leave listeners thinking bigger thoughts, and seeing a bigger picture! Listen to Like It Matters Radio daily, reclaiming your power and your freedom! If you enjoy the show, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. If you are able to leave an honest rating and, or, review it would be appreciated.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols
Time. It’s Never Too Late ~ Sharyn Nichols

Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


Feel To Heal with Sharyn Nichols  Does it seem as though time moves faster as we get older? Do you find yourself saying “there isn't enough time to do all the things I want to do?” What if you actually had more time, would you actually do all of those things? Tune into this week's Feel to Heal Show and spend some time with Marriage and Family Therapist and Life Guide, Sharyn Nichols. *Listen now on the Inspired Choices Network app!  https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/links/ ~ More About Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols ~  Sharyn Nichols is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Life Guide in Los Angeles, California. With over 25 years of experience in mental health and wellness, Sharyn offers a holistic approach drawing from a number of diverse techniques from the yogic traditions, Human Design, and evidence-based strategies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. These practices can help clients experience a heightened awareness of their personal signs of stress and to learn tools to help them challenge negative thoughts. As a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher, she helps clients connect their mind, body, and spirit for a holistic healing experience so that they can learn to connect on their own with their true selves. Sharyn is warm and compassionate. She creates environments which encourage her clients to feel all their emotions to facilitate the healing process. She skillfully guides her clients to work through feelings of frustration, anger, bitterness, and more to achieve satisfying, peaceful, and successful lives. As a result of Sharyn's own journey, she has learned to look at life through a different perspective: how to discern what we can control and what we cannot control, and to finally stop living the definition of insanity, i.e. doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Are you ready to create a more satisfying, peaceful, and successful life for yourself now? Isn't it time to fully feel your feelings, give up the insanity, and finally heal yourself? https://www.feeltoheal.com   To get more of Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/feel-to-heal-with-sharyn-nichols/

Radically Genuine Podcast
53. Drug safety advocate Kim Witczak

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 64:20


Kim Witczak is a leading global drug safety advocate and speaker with over 25 years professional experience in advocacy, advertising and marketing communications. She is currently a very vocal Consumer Representative on the FDA Advisory committee evaluating new drugs coming to market. Kim Witczak

Diving into Healing
Socio Cultural Traumas Related to Marginalized Identities

Diving into Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 45:23


Dr. Tahirih Moffett discusses and explores her work with People of Color (POC). She defines common challenges POC face in their lives, including race based trauma, internalized racism, imposter syndrome, and respectability politics. She explores ways POC can take care of themselves and how therapists can provide therapeutic and inclusive care. Dr. Moffett received a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2018. She completed her predoctoral psychology internship at the University of San Diego and her postdoctoral residency at University of California, San Diego. Prior to beginning her doctoral program in clinical psychology, Dr. Moffett received her Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) at Columbia University in the City of New York, and had a career as a neonatal intensive care registered nurse for many years. Dr. Moffett seeks to provide a safe, warm, collaborative and inclusive space for her clients. She believes this is vital in helping her clients feel comfortable to share and process their concerns and worries so that they can make sense of them and better manage them. Dr. Moffett's work also focuses on helping her clients build a healthy relationship with life challenges - using their personal values to guide them. Dr. Moffett is passionate about supporting clients with marginalized identities. She is deeply concerned about social justice issues and how they may impact one's suffering. Dr. Moffett's approach is holistic lens and integrates intersecting identities. Her therapeutic orientations include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic, and mindfulness and self-compassion based techniques. Dr. Moffett loves the SoCal weather. So much so that she often goes hiking, or to the beach to relax, nap, and bask in the sun. Dr. Moffett enjoys reading novels, including fiction and history, and watching a good television show or movie. She considers herself to be a lifelong learner which is why historical books tend to captivate her. She is a lover of dancing and karaoke nights. Dr. Moffett also just really loves to laugh, as humor can be so healing. info@drmoffett.com Website: www.drmoffett.com Psychology Today Profile: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/tahirih-moffett-san-diego-ca/968508 NPR - Code Switch: For personal knowledge and developing competence of race related issues https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/ The Homecoming Podcast with Dr. Thema: For tips on coping with race based trauma https://open.spotify.com/show/59qdhjnDyxcb02StZi2jtv

The Better Bodies Podcast
Tell tale signs that you need boundaries, like ASAP!

The Better Bodies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 35:38


In this episode, I'm giving you a few examples of what it might look like when you're lacking in boundaries in your workplace, with your romantic partner, with your family members, with your friends, and even with your own self-care! I talk about the feelings and emotions that you might experience if you have a lack of boundaries, and provide you with 3 steps that you can take to start fostering healthy boundaries in your life.This Episode's Themes:BoundariesRelationshipsCognitive rehearsalJournaling and reflectionConnect with your host @bria.wannamaker on IG & TikTokWebsite: www.briawannamaker.com --Intensive Workshop: Calming Your Nervous System -- Register via email bwannamakerpsychotheray@gmail.com--------------------------------------------------------------------------Please go seek medical health care, talk to your doctor, talk to a therapist, whatever you need - everyone is different. This podcast is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for therapy or other healthcare services.

Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols
There Is Stability In Change ~ Sharyn Nichols

Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


Feel To Heal with Sharyn Nichols  There is Stability in Change. Why are we so afraid of change? Why do we avoid it? In every moment there is an opportunity for something different. Learning to embrace change instead of dreading it can be life changing. Tune into this week's Feel to Heal Show with Marriage and Family Therapist and Life Guide, Sharyn Nichols. *Listen now on the Inspired Choices Network app!  https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/links/ ~ More About Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols ~  Sharyn Nichols is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Life Guide in Los Angeles, California. With over 25 years of experience in mental health and wellness, Sharyn offers a holistic approach drawing from a number of diverse techniques from the yogic traditions, Human Design, and evidence-based strategies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. These practices can help clients experience a heightened awareness of their personal signs of stress and to learn tools to help them challenge negative thoughts. As a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher, she helps clients connect their mind, body, and spirit for a holistic healing experience so that they can learn to connect on their own with their true selves. Sharyn is warm and compassionate. She creates environments which encourage her clients to feel all their emotions to facilitate the healing process. She skillfully guides her clients to work through feelings of frustration, anger, bitterness, and more to achieve satisfying, peaceful, and successful lives. As a result of Sharyn's own journey, she has learned to look at life through a different perspective: how to discern what we can control and what we cannot control, and to finally stop living the definition of insanity, i.e. doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Are you ready to create a more satisfying, peaceful, and successful life for yourself now? Isn't it time to fully feel your feelings, give up the insanity, and finally heal yourself? https://www.feeltoheal.com To get more of Feel To Heal With Sharyn Nichols, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/feel-to-heal-with-sharyn-nichols/

Rebellious Wellness Over 50
Why Sleep Must Become Your Healthy Aging Priority

Rebellious Wellness Over 50

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:59


So you think you know how a lack of deep sleep affects you? Unless you follow someone like https://www.sleepdiplomat.com (Matt Walker), the preeminent neuroscientist specializing in sleep, or one of his colleagues around the world, you may miss out on information that will encourage you to make sleep a priority. And increase the likelihood of aging in good health. It's no secret that as we age, regular, sound, sleep seems to elude us unless everything is Goldilocks perfect. Not too hot, not too cold, not too much on our minds, the creaky back isn't complaining, and on and on. But, as you'll find out in this episode, it's possible to improve your sleep, though it's not likely to happen overnight. (Couldn't help myself) Why dedicate a shortie to sleep when the internet is full of blog posts and articles on the subject? Because the negative impact of under-sleeping, as researchers call it, is in short supply. But it's information that can make a difference in how you age, so here we go. Let's start with one of Matt's many thoughts on sleep. “Sleep is the greatest life support system you could ever wish for. It's a remarkable health insurance policy. It is largely democratic. It's free and it's largely painless." The greatest life support system... He doesn't say it's a good idea, that it's one of the ways we stay healthy, he says it's the greatest, and goes on to say it is the foundation upon which all other good health habits rest. We now know that lifestyle accounts for 70% to 80% of our health and risk of disease. Sleep de-risks us more powerfully than what we eat or how we move. (Those things are mighty important, but sleep trumps their effects.) And, without proper, deep sleep most nights of the week, it will be harder to lose weight, control cravings, have the energy to move, and stay sharp throughout the day. To get specific about the weight loss thing, when you under-sleep, 6 hours or less per night, are not as efficient the next day when exercising. When dieting or calorie restricting and under-sleeping, you lose muscle rather than burn fat. Cortisol plays a role with insulin close behind. And those two hormones in this instance, are related to stress. Managing stress during the day and or de-stressing before you go to sleep will make a big difference. Sleep hygiene--creating a routine that you follow every night leading up to sleep-- is an important tool in your better sleep toolbox. It includes things like checking your bedroom for light, temperature, comfort, and noise. (I go into all of them in the podcast) What about sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien? Nix them. You have a https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/news/20120227/sleeping-pills-called-as-risky-as-cigarettes (higher risk of death,) https://www.alzinfo.org/articles/caregiving/sleeping-pills-may-increase-your-dementia-risk/ (higher risk of dementia )if you use them regularly. According to Dr. Walker, "Ambien isn't like sleep. You're confusing sleep with a lack of consciousness. These drugs are termed sedative hypnotics. "so like hitting you over the head and you're unconscious, it does not give restorative sleep." Matt says.These drugs can also be addictive. But what if you suffer from insomnia? Get help from a professional if the sleep hygiene tips and herbal supplements like https://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements-melatonin/art-20363071 (melatonin) don't work. There are different kinds of insomnia and each has particular types of therapy to resolve. https://sleepeducation.org/patients/cognitive-behavioral-therapy/ (Here's the best place to start to find a professional specializing in insomnia therapy. ) That link will take you to a site that describes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, in detail. Listen to one of https://youtu.be/5MuIMqhT8DM (Matt's TED talks, Sleep is your superpower) If you want to learn more about my Power of 5 mini email course, everything a woman over 50 needs to know to create...

MyCBT
Denial & CBT

MyCBT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 30:29


Denial is something we all experience at times, especially in highly stressful or traumatic situations.What is denial?Can denial as a defense mechanism be positive?How can you use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help?Join me, Dr Julie Osborn, as I share with you the answers to these powerful questions.Click to listen now!Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Radically Genuine Podcast
52. You have the right to remain silent

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 74:07


52. You have the right to remain silentEPISODE NOTESWho determines the truth? Despite resistance from physicians fearing government overreach, California's Medical Misinformation Bill AB-2098 was passed in the state senate and enrolled on September 1, 2022. This bill now sits on the desk of Governor Newsom for veto or signature into law. If signed into law, discussing the risk vs. reward of Covid treatments with patients could be labeled “misinformation” and put physicians at risk of losing their medical license. On today's podcast we debate truths and the role of the scientific method.  AB 2098 Take ActionIf you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES1:30 Steps of the Scientific Method9:00 Assembly Bill 20989:15 Biography | Official Website - Assemblymember Evan Low Representing the 28th California Assembly District9:30 California COVID misinformation bill targets doctors spreading false information15:00 Alex Berenson: The White House privately demanded Twitter ban me months before the company did so15:30 COVID-19: The Great Reset: Schwab, Klaus, Malleret, Thierry: Books16:30 Medical Definition of Vaccination17:20 Stress and Resilience Image21:00 Revolutionary mRNA vaccine technology: History, facts and the future28:00 Trends in the distribution of COVID-19 deaths by age and race/ethnicity — United States, April 4–December 26, 2020 - PMC37:45 A Timeline of COVID-19 Developments in 202038:00 The latest on the coronavirus | News | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health45:00 AB 2098 Take Action49:30 The Role of Vocal Affect in Persuasion: The CIVA Model | SpringerLink52:00 April 2020: Safer at Home Order for Control Of COVID-19: Temporary Prohibition of All Events and Gatherings Closure of Non-Essential Business

Live Long and Master Aging
Getting a full night's sleep

Live Long and Master Aging

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 42:41


Do you have a problem sleeping? The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says insufficient sleep is a public health problem linked to chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart problems, obesity, and depression. The implications for human longevity are obvious. So what can be done to get a better night's sleep - even if you think you've tried everything?The Silicon Valley startup, Koko Labs, has developed Full Sleep, a six-week program guided by artificial intelligence (A.I.), using a non-wearable bedside tracker and the tried and tested sleep improvement technique, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). In this episode we meet Koko's Chief Product Officer, Rosaria Mannino, and A.I. guru Luca Rigazio, to learn more about this pioneering technology. Full Sleep: FullSleep.com | Facebook | Instagram | TwitterRead a transcript and full show notes at LLAMApodcast.com/full-sleepThis episode is brought to you in association with Full Sleep, a program that helps you reimagine your long-term relationship with sleep, incorporating a non-wearable bedside tracker and CBT-I - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. Preorder Full Sleep now, with a discount* for its limited launch period, and try it out for yourself. *Limited to the first 100 qualified customers.Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Brain Health with Dr. Nissen
#35: Sleep Better with CBT-I: The Evidence-Based Treatment for Insomnia

Brain Health with Dr. Nissen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 44:22


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is an evidence-based approach to insomnia. Here is Doctor Nissen's description of the CBT-I methodology. Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you advancements in medicine, #neuroscience, psychiatry, and #nutrition to help you live a better life. Dr. Nissen's expert interviews reveal new, evidence-based approaches to enhancing mental health, sharpening cognition, and optimizing performance. With topics such as #Alzheimer's disease, #neuromodulation, #depression, the Mediterranean #Diet, and #psychedelics, this show is sure to expose listeners to new topics on the frontiers of medicine and neuroscience. Join our community at DrNissen.com Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/drnissen Subscribe to the podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brain-health-with-dr-nissen/id1510757864 Dr. Nissen is a medical doctor (M.D.) and therapist. This show is intended for entertainment and educational purposes only and does not substitute personalized medical advice. Please speak with your doctor before attempting any medical or major diet and lifestyle changes. Check out Dr. Nissen's children's book on empathy and emotional intelligence, Emily Empathy! http://bit.ly/emilyempathy #depression #mentalhealth #wellness #health #healthylifestyle #medicine #treatment #medical #healthcare #psychotherapy #psychedelics #psychedelictherapy

Radically Genuine Podcast
51. The Zyprexa Papers scandal w/ Jim Gottstein

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 69:06


The investigation into the illegal promotion of the drug Zyprexa by the US justice department resulted in the largest sum for both a corporate whistleblower claim and the largest criminal fine ever imposed by the US upon a single company.  On today's podcast we welcome Jim Gottstein, famous for subpoenaing and releasing the Zyprexa papers.The Zyprexa Papers Paperback - Jim GottsteinIf you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comADDITIONAL RESOURCES4:30 - Eli Lilly Said to Play Down Risk of Top Pill - The New York Times5:00 - Eli Lilly and Company Agrees to Pay $1.415 Billion to Resolve Allegations of Off-label Promotion of Zyprexa11:00 - Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill: Whitaker, Robert12:00 - Law Project for Psychiatric Rights20:00 - Olanzapine (Zyprexa) | NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness37:00 - The Psychiatric Drugging of Children & Elderly44:00 - PsychRights: Lucy Booth: Psychiatric "help" - The Doctor was Fooled or Complicit54:00 - Why is the FDA Funded in Part by the Companies It Regulates? - UConn Today.54:40 - Federal Register :: Revised Draft Guidance for Industry on Distributing Scientific and Medical Publications on Unapproved New Uses-Recommended Practices; Availability59:00 - A Strategic Approach to Mental Health System Change1:02:30 - California COVID misinformation bill targets doctors spreading false information

Before You Kill Yourself
"Am I unlovable" and why is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy the best for treating suicidal ideations?

Before You Kill Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 52:06


Leo discusses a text he received from a friend asking, "Am I unlovable?"Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coaching: If you want go from feeling hopeless to hopeful, lonely to connected and like a burden to a blessing, then go to 1-on-1 coaching, go to www.thrivewithleo.com. Let's get to tomorrow, together. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline988Teen Line (Los Angeles)800-852-8336The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth Hotline)866-488-7386National Domestic Violence Hotline800-799-SAFE [800-799-7233]Crisis Text LineText "Connect" to 741741 in the USALifeline Chathttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/International Suicide Hotlines: http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.htmlhttps://www.nowmattersnow.org/skillshttps://sobermeditations.libsyn.com/ www.suicidesafetyplan.com https://scaa.club/

The Holistic Anxiety Fix Podcast
EP 10 - Hypnosis For Anxiety

The Holistic Anxiety Fix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 47:47


This episode, one of my favorites, contains the discussion with Michael Edwards, who spills the beans about his inspirational journey of healing from stage fright and becoming a therapist. He uses a very specialized kind of hypnotherapy called RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy). This form of anxiety treatment borrows elements from Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neuro-linguistic programming, and Hypnosis. Simply put, it entails working with the subconscious mind where all of the repressed emotions from your early childhood are hidden and driving your thoughts and actions without you even realizing it. In the course of the treatment, the patient is made cognizant of the latent programming of their mind that they acquired during their early days as a way of adapting to their specific circumstances. Then, this negative programming that badly affects their life is replaced with a positive one by the therapist. This shift of the mindset then helps them to overcome the self-destructive thought patterns and eliminate the anxiety from its root. Tune in to understand the ins and outs of this wonderful and highly effective treatment method.

Radically Genuine Podcast
5. Do Antidepressants even work? (Rebroadcast)

Radically Genuine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 50:06


For the last two months we have had a number of insightful conversations on psychiatric medications and harm caused by the overprescription of drugs. A good way to close out those episodes is to reshare one of our very first episodes to simply answer the question, “Do antidepressants even work?” Originally published in July of 2021.------------When a product is launched in a particular category we expect it to satisfy an unmet consumer need or perform as intended. Shampoo, caffeinated coffee, or running shoes. If the product doesn't work, it won't sell. How often are we scrutinizing our use of pharmaceuticals? Instead, we rely upon the recommendations of our healthcare providers. What if those drugs don't work? And, what if the established guidelines for standard of care are flawed. On today's podcast Roger, Kelly and Sean discuss the efficacy of antidepressants and the subjective process used by doctors to apply the label of “depressed” on us all. If you are in a crisis or think you have an emergency, call your doctor or 911. If you're considering suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a skilled trained counselor.RADICALLY GENUINE PODCASTRadically Genuine Podcast Website Twitter: Roger K. McFillin, Psy.D., ABPPInstagram @radgenpodTikTok @radgenpodRadGenPodcast@gmail.comBackground ReadingAttorney Michael Baum: Antidepressants & Teens Relabeling the Medications We Call Antidepressants Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9 & PHQ-2)

The Family Herbalism Podcast
8. Mental and Emotional Healing, an integrative approach, with Shellie Cook

The Family Herbalism Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 47:38


In today's bookend episode to our special summer series, I get to introduce to you Shellie Cook, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Co-Owner of Cornerstone Wellness Center in Auburn, Maine. Shellie's training and experience working with tools like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, and so much more have changed the lives of her patients. In this conversation, she shares encouragement and guidance in how an integrated approach to emotional health, in which the whole person is recognized and validated, is changing the way we experience counseling, and improve our experience of life, and how it begins with listening and tuning in to what's really happening and what we truly need. I know you will be blessed by this conversation, and if you know someone who would enjoy it I encourage you to pass it along. A few of the resources mentioned in the podcast include: “The Body Keeps the Score,” by Bessel van der Kolk; Laney Rosenzwieg and the Rapid Recovery Foundation www.artworksnow.com; Stephen Porges's written works; myriad podcast interviews with Maine counselor Deb Dana, LCSW; and Mindful Magazine. Shellie invited those in need of support to call the Cornerstone Counseling team at 207-376-4981.

Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda King
How to fire a client and get better at spotting red flags with Julia DeWolfe

Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda King

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 73:20 Transcription Available


In today's episode, we're talking about parting ways with clients. No matter the reason, this can be a stressful experience. We dive into the before, the during, and the aftermath of firing clients, including spotting red flags, issues that can come up with money in the process, and how you can take care of yourself after it happens. My guest is Julia DeWolfe, she is one of my coaches, a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practitioner, and what she calls an 'everything coach' for entrepreneurs.Julia is a regular guest on the podcast, and together, we explore the more emotional side of business ownership and dig into many of the things that I've personally struggled with or overcome in my own business.For the full show notes and access to resources mentioned in this episode, visit https://www.easyscaling.com/blog/episode11 Topics discussed:Dealing with the icky feelings around firing a clientReasons why we ignore red flags (or don't even notice them)The importance of doing a postmortem when things don't work outConcrete examples of red flags when it comes to new or current clientsThe importance of solid contracts and navigating contract changesUnderstanding your communication style and other valid needsNavigating business changes and outgrowing your clientsWhat can happen when you finally do part ways with clients that don't fitMoney concerns when firing a client (money owed, refunds, chargebacks)Preparing for and managing accusations or complaintsHow to take care of your emotions and your nervous systemConnect with Jordan Schanda King:Website: easyscaling.comInstagram: @jordanschandakingFacebook: Easy Scaling with Jordan Schanda KingConnect with this week's guest Julia DeWolfeWebsite: juliadewolfecoaching.comInstagram: @juliadewolfecoachingLove what you heard. Reviews really help us out! As a thank you, you can get my 90-Day Planning Formula ($97 Value) by submitting a screenshot of your 5-star review at easyscaling.com/podcastreview

The OCD Stories
Dr Steven Phillipson: Sleep… the hostage of anxiety (#342)

The OCD Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 57:28


In episode 342 I chat with Dr Steven Phillipson. Steven is a licensed clinical psychologist who specialises in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for OCD. Steven is the Clinical Director at the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy in New York. We discuss why sleep is the hostage of anxiety, desperation around sleep, what is sleep and the stages of sleep, how sleep medication, alcohol, and benzodiazepines can affect sleep quality, using sleep as avoidance, insomnia, sleep as an independent system, how trying to sleep may be causing a lack of it, what Steve doesn't like about the CBT sleep hygiene approach, Steve's approach to helping his clients sleep, why sleep shouldn't be the goal, getting an OCD spike at night, OCD in our dreams, and much more. Hope it helps.  Show notes: https://theocdstories.com/episode/steve-phillipson-sleep-342  This episode is supported by Cambridge University Press and Dr Lynne Drummond's new book “Everything you need to know about OCD”. Get 20% off Lynne's new book at cambridge.org/EverythingOCD. Simply use discount code OCDStories20 at checkout.  The podcast is made possible by NOCD. NOCD offers affordable, effective, convenient therapy available in the US and outside the US. To find out more about NOCD, their therapy plans, if they currently take your insurance, or to download their free app, head over to https://go.treatmyocd.com/theocdstories

Street Cop Podcast
Episode 680: Trauma is Trauma with Dr. Trevor Wilkins

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 66:37


On today's episode, Dennis speaks with Dr. Trevor Wilkins A.K.A "The Angry Viking Therapist." Dr. Wilkins is a licensed professional clinical counselor in the Lexington, KY area, specializing in the symptoms related to trauma, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Trevor is a 15-year veteran of uniformed law enforcement, serving with both the Kentucky State Police and the Lexington Kentucky Police agencies.  Prior to his service as a law enforcement officer, Trevor was a firefighter, emergency medical technician, and a public safety dispatcher. Trevor's experience and commitment to serving the community in high-stress environments have allowed him to personally understand the effects of trauma on an individual's life and mental health. Trevor is trained and experienced in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (at The Soldier Center), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (at Chicago REBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (at The Beck Institute), Family Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Systems Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and can provide psycho- education about the direct effects of trauma and depression on the body. Trevor talks about his transition from the world of law enforcement to becoming a licensed counselor and the stories and lessons learned along the way.  Visit Dr. Wilkins website here: https://www.theangryvikingtherapist.com/About-us/  If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
304: TEAM-CBT, Spirituality, and Beyond: Featuring Angela Poch

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

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 69:45


304: TEAM-CBT, Spirituality, and Beyond: Featuring Angela Poch Rhonda begins today's podcast, as usual, by reading two touching emails from podcasts fans, including Coach Teddy, who said that Podcasts 295 and 296 featuring live work with Zeina were incredible, and Carol who was equally enthusiastic about Podcast 297 (on “Homework—Yuck!). Carol also strongly recommends David's book, Ten Days to Self-Esteem which is a simplified version of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that can be used as a manual for therapy or self-help groups. https://www.amazon.com/Days-Self-Esteem-David-Burns-M-D/dp/0688094554 Today, we interview Angel Poch, a certified life coach, registered professional counselor, and certified Level 4 TEAM therapist and trainer. She lives two hours north of Glacier National Park in British Columbia, but teaches therapists and treats people virtually from around the world. Her new booklet, “The Truth Shall Set You Free,” integrates TEAM-CBT with a Christian perspective and is available for free on her website. https://www.angelapoch.com/. She is a regular in David's weekly virtual psychotherapy training group at Stanford and assists in the teaching. She has also worked tirelessly and selflessly behind the scenes making David's work way more accessible to lay people as well as mental health professionals wanting to learn more about TEAM-CBT. For example, she adds links to every new Feeling Good Podcast on David's website, so you can easily find and link to more than 300 podcasts. Check it out! She has also transformed a massive amount of David's work into electronic tools for shrinks, accessible in David's online shop: Recently, she has created two amazing new documents you can link to. One is a spreadsheet that lists 138 of David's TEAM-CBT tools and techniques, like the “Anti-Procrastination Sheet” and many others, with page links to the descriptions of how to use each tool in David's books, like Feeling Good, Feeling Great, David's TEAM-CBT therapist eBook, and many others. Check it out! This data base will be invaluable to interested lay people, therapists, and teachers who want clear instructions on how to use the Daily Mood Log, Relationship Journal, and numerous additional tools and techniques. Derek Gurney and Angela are working on an equally awesome database for the Feeling Good Podcasts: Check it out as well! Angela begins her personal statement in today's podcast by describing her struggles with depression and irritability, including some very dark days in 2006. Her doctor recommended an SSRI antidepressant, and she went to integrative health program, “Depression: the Way Out” that required participants to read Feeling Good https://www.amazon.com/Feeling-Good-New-Mood-Therapy/dp/0380810336 Although she didn't love the book, she resonated with the idea that all of our feelings, positive and negative, result from our thoughts, or perceptions, and her depression cleared up. She liked that when she read Feeling Good, she got many new tools she could use to change her negative thoughts and feelings. She also appreciated the ideas in the book didn't go against her belief system, which many fear about psychology. David pointed out his own father, a Lutheran minister, worried about this, and was very suspicious of psychiatrists. Angela's thinking, which resonates with David's, is that the core ideas of religion and psychotherapy are actually high compatible, and even synergistic. Angela explains that when she was a young child, she didn't fit in socially or even in her own skin. “I felt like I was a boy in a woman's body. I felt like I was in the wrong body, and prayed for help.” She started to see in a very limited, childlike way, her thoughts were distorted, that a body was just a body and she could trust God wouldn't give her more than she could bear. These new realistic, counter thoughts relieved the negative body dysmorphia she'd been struggling with. She reports, “I decided it was okay to be flawed and not fit in.” The rest of her young childhood was mostly joyful. In middle school she was the target of mean-spirited bullying because she was a tomboy. She developed intense social anxiety and was relieved when her mom took her out of school. She was homeschooled for a few years and studied Karate to exercise and develop some confidence. High school brought new challenges. She describes responding with her version of the Five Secrets of Effective Communication to an aggressive bully who threatened her with brass knuckles and challenged her to fight her. However, the girl backed off and started telling people that Angela was her friend! After a bad relationship, Angela started to struggle with depression and described her suicide attempt when she was 18 because “I wanted the pain to stop.” She explains that: I met my husband, moved home, and started reading the Bible. I was impressed by the passage, “the truth shall set you free.” I realized I had to control my own thoughts rather than look for the approval of others, but she still didn't totally recovery from my anxiety. The cognitive piece in Feeling Good helped Angela a lot. She states, “I pursued a lot of careers, never holding down a job for more than 6 months, and one day someone asked if I'd considered a career in counseling. . .” She went on to take one of David's four-day live intensives in Whistler BC where she learned TEAM-CBT and hasn't looked back since! After learning and applying TEAM, Angela was able to crush her social and other anxieties. Angela has a deep love for her Creator and has done a great deal of thought about the integration of her Christian faith with TEAM-CBT. David also has a strong interest in the overlap between TEAM-CBT and virtually all religions and spiritual paths. He described an unusual and overpowerful spiritual experience he had as a medical student crossing the Nevada desert that made a strong impact on him. Angela would like to mention, “I have a profound gratitude for David's work. He makes things so clear and relatable. His approach is applicable to all faiths or no faith if one is truly ready to give up their negative thoughts and feelings. As we aim for the truth, and let go of the so called “self,” we find peace and joy. I will forever be indebted to him because I would not be able to help people without TEAM and that brings me joy every day!” I, David, would like to thank Angela for her intense and tireless devotion to helping spread the “gospel” of TEAM-CBT in so many ways! Thanks for listening today! Angela, Rhonda, and David I