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Causes Or Cures
Should We Try Intermittent Fasting to Fight Obesity? With Dr. Nathorn Chaiyakunapruk

Causes Or Cures

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 23:31


In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Nathorn Chaiyakunapruk about his recent study on intermittent fasting, published in JAMA Network here.  He will discuss his study, what he and his research team learned about intermittent fasting when it comes to health benefits and health associations; the health differences between intermittent fasting and plain ol' calorie restriction; what the evidence says about intermittent fasting working for specific diseases and most importantly, if there is enough evidence to say that we should try intermittent fasting in our battle against a growing obesity problem. Dr. Chaiyakunapruk is a researcher and professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy in Salt Lake City. He earned his Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his PhD in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program from the University of Washington.  You can read his full bio and research publications here. To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subcribe to her newsletter here!

Theology on Mission
S7: E7 The Rise & Fall Mars Hill: Context. Power. Misogyny.

Theology on Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 31:49


Here is our "cold take" on the Rise and Fall of Mars Hill Podcast. Fitch and Moore discuss the misogyny and power abuse that was embedded in the practice and leadership of Mark Driscoll and what it means for the church today. Join us in March for the first session of the Theology on Mission Book Club. We will be discussing Brian Zahnd's book "When Everything is on Fire." Limited to 30 guests, sign up here: https://northernseminary.formstack.com/forms/theology_on_mission_book_club Come explore Northern's Master's in Theology & Mission, or Doctorate in Contextual Theology alongside Fitch, Nijay Gupta, Beth Jones, Lynn Cohick and visiting professors like Greg Boyd, Drew Hart, Michael Gorman and more.

Reinvent You | Becoming who you were meant to be
Ep 80: It's never too late to Create your More with Leola Steward

Reinvent You | Becoming who you were meant to be

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 37:41


Joining me on the podcast is Dr. Leola Steward. Listen in as she shares her experience going through the Create Your More group program. Leola is an ordained minister with a Master's Degree in Biblical Christian Counseling and a Doctorate in Theology. She is an inspirational/motivational speaker looking to create more fulfillment in her life. Episode Transcript The Breakthrough group coaching program will open soon. Join the waitlist HERE to be notified when the doors open.

The Strength Running Podcast
231. Dr. Victoria Sekely on Bodyweight Strength Training, Progression, Best Exercises, and More

The Strength Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 58:58


You may recognize this week's guest: Dr. Victoria Sekely is a running coach, certified strength and conditioning specialist, and doctor of physical therapy who joined me on episode 135. Victoria was a varsity tennis player at Georgetown University before getting her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from NYU. As a runner herself, she knows that we want to spend our time on the roads and trails rather than in the gym. But her experience as a physical therapist has taught her the enormous value of building and maintaining a strength training habit, even for as little as 20 minutes, twice each week. Victoria emphasizes how strength training teaches us something we rarely think about as a runner: control. Rather than trying to force changes to our running form, strength training gives us an opportunity to slow down, pay attention, and be more mindful of how our bodies are moving. With consistency, that can translate into more efficient, stronger running. We discuss the ins and outs of bodyweight training and how it can help every runner, including: The best time to start strength training and how to fit it into your schedule The relationship between rehab and prehab How to make your bodyweight routine progressive Why bodyweight exercises make you a better athlete The physical benefits of training mindfully  Victoria's top five exercises to build functional strength Victoria's knowledge and humor make for an engaging and informative discussion! Thank You InsideTracker! This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker, one of the most reputable blood testing companies in the world. They were founded in 2009 by aging, genetics, and biometrics scientists to help you analyze your body's data and get a firm idea of how well you're responding to training. Understanding your body's biomarkers, from stress hormones to testosterone to Vitamin D, can help you figure out if you're over-training, under-training, optimally training, or if you have a health issue that might be affecting your running. But the best part is that they give you personalized optimal ranges for each of these biomarkers and a host of ways to improve these markers through diet, lifestyle, or exercise changes. I've personally gotten three Ultimate tests from them and the process is simple, easy, and very eye-opening if you haven't done a deep dive on your biomarkers yet.  Of all the investments you can make in your running, this one is like getting a detailed checkup or regularly scheduled maintenance for your internal physiology.  If you're ready to take control of your health and optimize your training, get 25% off any of their blood tests with code STRENGTHRUNNING at InsideTracker.

Keto Answers Podcast
S2E1: Dr. Stephen Hussey - Revamping Heart Health Guidelines and Cholesterol Myths Debunked

Keto Answers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 72:59


Dr. Stephen Hussey MS, DC is a Chiropractor and Functional Medicine practitioner who attained both his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. He's currently a practicing Chiropractor, health coach, speaker, and author of two books on health. He also guides clients back to health by using the latest research. In this episode, Dr. Hussey and The Ketologist Chris Irvin dive into what Dr. Hussey's health journey as a type 1 diabetic has been like, how Dr. Hussey structures his meals for heart health, his journey with veganism and why he went back to eating meat, and why our nutritional guidelines for heart health need to change. You'll also discover the truth about cholesterol, the myths surrounding it, how it's really connected to heart health, and so much more. Here's a breakdown of what's in store: 00:00 Introduction to the Keto Answers podcast 00:29 Introduction to this episode's guest, Dr. Stephen Hussey, and his background 01:04 Dr. Hussey's health journey as a type 1 diabetic 02:40 How Dr. Hussey found himself studying the heart and heart disease 07:03 What Dr. Hussey's experience has been like managing his type 1 diabetes and what he does now 10:45 The breakdown in our healthcare system and the misinformation Dr. Hussey was told to manage his type 1 diabetes 18:15 How Dr. Hussey structures his low carb diet and meal schedule 21:41 How Dr. Hussey went from being vegan to eating low carb and meat  27:57 Why plant-based diets are so popular and why this is a huge problem 37:27 Why are our current nutritional recommendations the way they are if they cause detrimental health problems? 41:26 Should you avoid veggie oils? 46:16 The different types of veggie oils, why your olive oil may have canola oil in it, and how rats fed veggie oils fared with regards to their heart health 50:42 Cholesterol and heart disease 54:09 Why cholesterol isn't the problem, what is, and what you need to know to fix this 57:40 The blood markers to track to measure heart health 1:02:29 The autonomic nervous system and how it's connected to heart health 1:05:49 Other important factors that affect heart health that many people aren't paying enough attention to   Resources mentioned in this episode: Dr. Stephen Hussey's website Dr. Hussey's Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube channel Dr. Hussey's book, Understanding the Heart Dr. Hussey's Heart Course

CalPsychiatry Presents: Mindstories
Attachment Parenting | Dr. Kathleen Locker

CalPsychiatry Presents: Mindstories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 21:54


Dr. Locker earned both her Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology in Colorado. Dr. Locker works with children, particularly with young children and their caregivers, as well as adults, and couples. Her special interests include attachment therapy, parenting skills, and boundary setting. Dr. Locker's statement on her clinical work: “Our early attachment experiences with our caregivers shape our relationships throughout our lives. If we felt unheard or misunderstood by our families it can lead to difficulties in our adult relationships with friends, romantic partners, and ourselves. In working with young children and their caregivers, I hope to help parents understand how their own parenting impacts their identity as a caregiver as well as helping them understand their child's needs and develop a deeper connection. Working with older children, adolescents, adults, and couples, I strive to help you understand how your early caregiving experiences are impacting your current wellbeing and interpersonal functioning. My goal is to create a secure relationship where you can feel understood and valued and better understand yourself through our work together.”   You can learn more about Dr. Locker's parenting skills group here: https://tinyurl.com/43wm38tc Hillside Trauma Psychology The Whole-Brain Child - Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. PCIT International ------ LinkedIn

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy
150: How is the Wilderness Therapy Field Changing?

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:55


How is the field of wilderness therapy changing, and is it changing faster than ever before? In this special 150th episode, we will explore these questions by looking at the impact of the controversies related to the field and how the pandemic is changing many aspects of providing services. This episode will dive into different episodes from the podcast to reveal which interviews and topics were the most downloaded in the series and how those conversations may reflect changes related to wilderness therapy.   About the host:  Will White is a nationally recognized practitioner, researcher, and speaker on the history of adventure and wilderness therapy.  He received his Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver and his Doctorate in Leadership from Franklin Pierce University. His dissertation is the first in-depth chronicle of the history of wilderness and adventure therapy.  He contributed a history chapter to the book Adventure Therapy: Theory, Research, and Practice.  He is the author of the book, Stories from the Field: A History of Wilderness Therapy.  He is also the host of the podcast, Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy. He has been profiled in Outside Online, the Today Show as well as Beautiful News. Will recently founded White Mountain Adventure Institute that provides adventure therapy training, consultation, and therapy. In 1986 he co-founded Summit Achievement, a hybrid wilderness therapy program in Maine that continues to operate in its original location. He is a passionate advocate for the use of wilderness/ adventure therapy as a catalyst for change. He has taught Adventure and Wilderness Therapy classes at Plymouth State University for almost two decades. Will lives in Northern New Hampshire with his lifelong partner and sons.

The Pastor Theologians Podcast
Whole Life Worship in Opposition to the Patter of the Age | Raymond Chang

The Pastor Theologians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 43:03


This week on the podcast we're sharing a presentation from our 2021 theology conference, Confronting Racial Injustice: Theory and Praxis for the Church. This talk was given by Raymond Chang, President of the Asian American Christian Collaborative and a Ministry Associate for Discipleship at Wheaton College.Visit https://www.pastortheologians.com/conference-media to access this and other presentations from our 2021 conference.

The Tranquility Tribe Podcast
Ep. 177: Prolapse After Birth with Dr. Jen Morgan

The Tranquility Tribe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 22:53


With the return of The Birth Lounge podcast in 2022 - HeHe is SO excited to dive right into things with Dr. Jen Morgan.  Join us as Jen explains all things prolapse! Jen Morgan is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy, who specializes in treating pelvic health conditions. As a pelvic Health physical therapist, Jen specializes in treating all dysfunctions of the pelvis, across the  gender & age spectrums. Diagnoses often are related to the bowel, bladder, sexual health, pelvic pain, or musculoskeletal changes during pregnancy or postpartum; these conditions (like incontinence or pain with intercourse) may be “common” but are not normal & can be addressed! Jen has a continued commitment to patient care that is individualized and person-first. Her goal is to always have her patient's feeling educated and empowered about their health and healing plans. Her plans of care blend hands-on techniques (including those that are self-taught), movement & breathwork to improve range of motion, gaining strength, decrease pain, and regulating  the nervous system to facilitate your body's healing.  Jen has earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University, completed countless hours of continuing education & has focused her efforts on being a teaching assistant for pelvic health & specialized manual techniques of visceral and neural manipulation, as well as her yoga certification (ERYT200) through yoga alliance.  When not working, Jen is spending lots of time working on house projects with her husband, drinking coffee & loving on her pup. You can always follow along on Instagram @doc_jenmorgan for more of the fun.   

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!
Episode 290: The Standing Meditation with Nate Rifkin

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 28:50


In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Nate Rifkin.   Nate Rifkin has prospered by combining ancient mystical practices with modern strategies for living. Nate used to be suicidal and drank alcohol every morning. He dropped out of college, went broke, bankrupt, and even worked on street corners waving around a sign. However, Nate learned a little-known spiritual discipline that helped transform his thoughts, emotions, and financial life. He's currently studying for his Doctorate in Chinese Energetic Medicine. His book, The Standing Meditation, is highly reviewed and has already hit the #1 New Release in multiple categories on Amazon. Nate lives in Golden, Colorado, with his lovely wife.   “From bankruptcy to success, from alone to happily married. From suicidal to fulfilled, what was my secret?”   This 30-minute episode is on: 1) Learning to climb out of darkness 2) Do you feel invisible even surrounded by tons of people? 3) Are you hiding from debt and depression? 4) Using meditation to start feeling joy again 5) What it was like having to file bankrupt 6) The one thing you can start doing TODAY to start creating change in your life…? Better listen to find out…   This episode is about: In this episode, Jana and Nate discuss climbing out of darkness and feeling surrounded by people, and feeling invisible. Hiding from your debt and depression, what it's like to have to file bankruptcy. The one thing you can start doing today is to create change in your life.   A sneak preview of my Nate's book can be found here: https://naterifkin.com/sneak-preview/   Get in touch with Nate: www.naterifkin.com  www.thestandingmeditation.com  https://www.linkedin.com/in/nate-rifkin/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/nate-rifkin/   Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/    Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music.   Free Gift: 5 Keys To Becoming The Next Influencer Free Video Series Are you ready to see just how powerful your business can be through storytelling? Grab my FREE video series outlining how you can become the next influencer through your powerful story. The upside is right; now, over 90% of businesses are online. The downside to you is that over 90% of businesses are currently online. If you want to stake your place in this crowded space, you need to stand out and be unique. Learn how to do just that for your brand and business. Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/  Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/ 

Driven By Insight
Dr. Peter Linneman, Leading Economist & Former Wharton Professor

Driven By Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 59:54


On this Walker Webcast, Willy Walker is joined by Dr. Peter Linneman. For over 40 years, Dr. Linneman's unique blend of scholarly rigor and practical business insight has earned him accolades from around the world. He has studied under multiple Nobel Prize winners, holds both a Master's and Doctorate in Economics after a distinguished academic career at both The University of Chicago and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and was a leading member of Wharton's faculty, serving as the Albert Sussman Professor of Real Estate, Finance, and Public Policy for 35 years. He has published over 100 scholarly articles, four editions of the acclaimed book, “Real Estate Finance and Investments: Risks and Opportunities,” and the widely-read Linneman Letter quarterly report. Dr. Linneman's long and ongoing business career is highlighted by his roles as Founding Principal of Linneman Associates, LLC, a leading real estate advisory firm; CEO of American Land Fund; and CEO of KL Realty. For more than 35 years he has advised leading corporations and has served on over 20 public and private boards, including serving as Chairman of Rockefeller Center Properties, where he led the successful restructuring and sale of Rockefeller Center in the mid-1990s. This Walker Webcast is a highly anticipated episode as we open 2022 with Dr. Peter Linneman, who shares his thoughtful insights and projections that have been amazingly prescient. In this episode, we will deep dive into the reviews he shares in The Linneman Letter quarterly report, highlighting highly-discussed economic topics you should know in 2022. Hear Dr. Linneman's breakdown of his quarterly report in this segment of the Walker Webcast — The Best Hour in CRE with Dr. Peter Linneman, Founding Principal of Linneman Associates. Key points covered in this episode: [1:57] Willy welcomes Dr. Peter Linneman. What predictions did he hit and miss from 2020 to 2021? What predictions does he have moving forward? [13:25] Dr. Linneman discusses how economic dynamism is missing in the marketplace. [18:05] Willy and Dr. Linneman talk about how to get people back to work. [19:58] Two enormous implications in real estate are mentioned: 2021 personal annual interest income and yield-starved consumers. [23:45] Willy reads the Linneman letter on how banks are awash with liquidity and discusses the effects on cap rates and bond yields. [31:29] In a rising interest rate environment with the banks fully overfunded, owning bank stocks is a good place to be. [32:37] Brick retail is not dead; it is thriving. Tune in to hear the retail numbers for November compared to E-Commerce. [36:46] The oil market and projections for the cost of crude over the next two to three years with this supply and demand imbalance coming into our economy. [45:21] Willy talks about the housing market, affordability and how it affects home builders. [50:24] What is Dr. Peter seeing in the office and retail market? Will 80% of people be back in the office by June, or is it wildly optimistic? [55:22] Where is the smart money going right now? [57:43] The current state of international travel and ideal places to visit according to Peter. Check out our previous Walker Webcasts: » Full playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_QkMqEzOkzNmWUe9kpfRJ4213jIh6LNk

Physical Preparation Podcast – Robertson Training Systems
Stefan Valdes on Developing an Elite NBA Off-Season Program

Physical Preparation Podcast – Robertson Training Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 46:24


Like many new coaches, Movement Lab Co-founder, Stefan Valdes, once copied more experienced coaches when training others—that is, until he entered physical therapy school. Stefan earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami, where he built and developed the critical thinking skills crucial to coaching clients and athletes. By integrating his DPT […] The post Stefan Valdes on Developing an Elite NBA Off-Season Program appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.

The Good Athlete Podcast
Episode 137- Forever Athlete with Dr. Matt Wiest

The Good Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 41:54


GoodAthleteProject.com For today's episode, Jim sits down with Dr. Matt Wiest, a chiropractor and the owner of The Center of Movement which has multiple locations throughout Minnesota. Matt grew up in Enchant, Alberta, Canada, a small farming community just east of the Rocky Mountains. After high school, Matt spent three years in Vancouver playing junior hockey before moving to Wisconsin to play college hockey at the University of Wisconsin – Superior where he earned his Bachelor of Exercise Science in Wellness and Fitness Management. During his time at the University of Wisconsin – Superior, Matt was on the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) All Academic Team as well as serving on the student government as Communications Director for the University representing the voice of the student body. Matt continued his education in Davenport, Iowa at Palmer College of Chiropractic where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree. It was through his experience in athletics that Matt's passion for chiropractic grew. Through personal experience as well as witnessing first hand numerous teammates benefit from care on and off the field, Matt knew that this is what he was meant to do. Follow Dr. Matt Wiest on Instagram: @dr.matt_tcom Follow The Good Athlete Project on Instagram: @GoodAthleteProject and Twitter: @Coach4Kindness Visit us at our website: GoodAthleteProject.com

Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership
140: A Nonprofit Leader's Guide to Boosting Board Engagement (Lea Williams)

Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 61:13


140: A Nonprofit Leader's Guide to Boosting Board Engagement (Lea Williams)  SUMMARYThe best nonprofit leaders create and maintain strategic partnerships between themselves, their staff, and their board. If you are looking to take your board to the next level, check out episode #140 of the Path Podcast where Dr. Lea Williams and I discuss five tactics for creating and sustaining a dynamic board of directors. Building off our work together with multiple boards, our conversations with our Mastermind participants, and Lea's background as a meetings scientist, we reflect on characteristics of successful boards and how nonprofit leaders can cultivate a higher level of engagement with these important stakeholders. We discuss the importance of creating confident ambassadors, clarifying board member responsibilities through onboarding, building comfort around the organization's financial model, building a pipeline of board leaders through year-round recruiting, and hitting “reset” on your board meetings. Listen for these strategies and other tactical recommendations to help with your nonprofit board development efforts. ABOUT LEALea is an Organizational Scientist who joined the PMA team in June of 2020. Prior to joining the firm, she dedicated her time to two main areas: earning her Ph.D. in Organizational Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and serving 15+ nonprofits through pro-bono consulting engagements through the Volunteer Program Assessment. In addition to her nonprofit work, while obtaining her Doctorate, Lea also worked in several Talent Management/Organizational Development roles at large organizations in Charlotte, such as Ingersoll Rand, Duke Energy, TIAA, and Jacobsen. Given her strong research background, she is skilled at gathering input and synthesizing it to help nonprofit leaders develop innovative solutions. Her specialties include meeting effectiveness (the subject of her dissertation), leadership, board, and staff training and development, data analysis, strategic planning, survey design, stakeholder research, and volunteer retention/engagement. She also received her Master's in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Davidson College. EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESLea's previous episode (#59: 5 Keys to Leading Dynamic Virtual Meetings) Priya Parker's book The Art of GatheringCal Newport's book A World Without Email Lea's work at PMA through consulting and meeting facilitation

Right-Side Up Leadership Podcast
266 - Clay Scroggins "Why yesterday's leadership style has stopped working

Right-Side Up Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 33:06


On today's episode, Alan has chats with Author and Leadership Practitioner Clay Scroggins about why yesterday's leadership style has changed and no longer works. About Clay Clay is the best-selling author of How To Lead When You're Not In Charge, and How To Lead In A World of Distraction. For over two decades he worked at North Point Ministries, starting as a facilities intern (a.k.a. vice president of nothing) and eventually becoming the lead pastor of their largest campus. Clay is now a sought-after leadership speaker, engaging audiences that include the Atlanta Hawks, Mercedes Benz, Chick-fil-A, Federal Reserve Bank, and Terminus. Clay graduated from Georgia Tech with an Industrial Engineering Degree and continued on to acquire a Masters and Doctorate from Dallas Theological Seminary. Connect with Clay Website Books Facebook Twitter Instagram Level your leadership in 2022 Purchase a Right Side Up Journal https://www.rightsideupjournal.com Schedule your FREE breakthrough coaching session https://form.jotform.com/212656762431153 Invest in your leadership by joining free Right Side Up Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/rsulc

IMPACTability™: The Nonprofit Leaders’ Podcast

Does your nonprofit have a solid game plan for raising major gifts? Major gifts do not come from the clear blue sky. It takes lots of effort and hard work. Major gifts can represent the majority of your fundraising and take your nonprofit to the next level, so if you are not working with individual donors to raise major gifts, the time to start is now--and this episode can help. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Lou Traina, CFRM. Lou has served in public and private nonprofit enterprises for more than 27 years and is an expert in the field of major gifts. His passion for fundraising serves as a vehicle for enhancing the presence of nonprofits and allowing organizations to achieve their missions. Lou holds a Doctorate in Education from Columbia University. In his current role as a nonprofit consultant, he specializes in Board and Foundation governance, advancement development, collaborative leadership, investment giving, and organizational leadership. This podcast comes to you from IMPACTability™ powered by Soukup Strategic Solutions. IMPACTability™ is an online coaching program that helps nonprofit leaders maximize their impact. With Impact Coaches, nonprofit leaders can achieve career goals and have a greater impact on the world around them. Impact Coaches will help you address real-world challenges that you experience in your own nonprofit. By focusing on your strengths as a leader, Impact Coaches can help you apply your knowledge and skills to have a greater impact. Nonprofit Coaching: https://impactability.net/ (https://impactability.net) (Learn more about IMPACTability™ and how to work with a nonprofit coach). Soukup Strategic Solutions, Inc. was founded in 2012 by the company's president, Sheryl Soukup, to provide nonprofit organizations with expertise in fundraising and nonprofit management. The company offers consulting, coaching, and full-service grant writing, marketing, donor database management, strategic planning, and much more. Nonprofit consulting and outsourcing solutions: https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/services (https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/services )(Learn more about the services offered by Soukup Strategic Solutions to nonprofit organizations.) Have a question for Coaches' Corner? Email IMPACTCoaches@IMPACTability.net Visit our websites at: https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/ (https://soukupstrategicsolutions.com/) (www.SoukupStrategic Solutions.com) https://impactability.net/ (https://impactability.net/) (https://impactability.net/) Follow us on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SoukupStrategicSolutions (https://www.facebook.com/SoukupStrategicSolutions) (@SoukupStrategicSolutions ) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/soukupstrategicsolutions (https://www.linkedin.com/company/soukupstrategicsolutions) (Soukup Strategic Solutions) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soukupstrategicsolutions (https://www.instagram.com/soukupstrategicsolutions )(@SoukupStrategicSolutions) Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoukupStrategic (https://twitter.com/SoukupStrategic) (Twitter: @SoukupStrategic)

The Pastor Theologians Podcast
The Books We Read and Why We Read Them

The Pastor Theologians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 65:17


The CPT staff discuss some books we're reading and why we read the books we do. This conversation features CPT President Todd Wilson, Executive Director Joel Lawrence, Managing Director Rae Paul, and Editorial Director Zach Wagner.  We discuss books by Michael Sandel, Eugene McCarraher, Andrew Peterson, and Kazuo Ishiguro.

Legal Nurse Podcast
479 Top Downloads of 2021 Nursing Administration – What are the Liabilities? – Lisa Ortega

Legal Nurse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 40:53


As an LNC, you may have encountered the medical/legal issues that arise when a hospital's chain of command and also nursing administration isn't clearly defined. These problems can especially affect a nurse who sees a problem with a medical or pharmaceutical order or with a patient's condition and is unable to get anyone to address the situation. For these and other reasons, nursing administration can be of tremendous assistance to an attorney trying to discern where a breakdown may have occurred that caused a potential malpractice issue. Lisa Ortega, experienced nursing administrator and LNC, shares these and other issues that can cause issues that are dangerous and may lead to liability. A key issue in these pandemic times has to do with rises in drug abuse, domestic violence, and mental health conditions. Patients with psychiatric conditions have been increasingly injuring nurses. This danger causes the need for extra alertness on the part of hospital personnel. Another medical liability issue has to do with the degree to which those in personnel check the employment records of staff. Lisa cites frequent job changes—or in the case of traveling nurses—agency changes as red-flag situations. She advocates that hospitals run the most thorough checks possible before hiring new employees. She also strongly urges that drug supplies be checked carefully. Both LNCs and those in supervisory and administrative positions in hospitals will find Lisa's podcast an invaluable source of information. https://youtu.be/HhDejC7x_EY Join me in this episode of Legal Nurse Podcast to hear how nursing administration can be of tremendous assistance to an attorney trying to discern where a breakdown may have occurred. What are a nursing administrator's responsibilities? How does the chain of command in a hospital function? Why is it important to fill out incident reports for every error? What makes a nursing administrator an especially valuable LNC? What are some of the particular challenges of making sure employees have been fully vetted? How do hospital administrations track down and deal with missing narcotics within the hospital? Build your expertise with criminal cases, attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. The Path of the Bullet is a live cast virtual conference 2-Day event designed for LNC and forensic nurses just like you. Get More Criminal Cases Attract Attorneys Handling Criminal Cases Position Yourself as the Go-To LNC for Criminal Cases Network with your Colleagues The Path of the Bullet is a live cast virtual conference 2-Day event designed for LNC and forensic nurses just like you. Pat Iyer put together the first Legal Nurse Consulting Virtual Conference in July 2020. Teresa Devitt-Lynch and Pat teamed up to create this all new conference based on what attendees said they'd find most valuable. This new implementation and networking event is designed for LNCs at any stage in their career. Build your expertise with criminal cases, attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. Your Presenter Lisa M. Ortega holds a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Lisa's educational background and years of healthcare experience provides a unique skill set to support you and your cases. As an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse with advanced medical knowledge and research experience, she has the ability to critique both medical and nursing practice, saving you time and money. Ten years in nursing leadership and also administrative roles have provided her knowledge and understanding of regulatory oversight including that by The Joint Commission and The Department of Public Health. This experience allows Lisa to critique care against standards of practice and regulatory bodies; strengthening your case for quicker resolution and outcomes in your favor. 

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
572: Dr. Heidi Jannenga: Student Loan Debt in PT - The Rizing Tide Foundation's Solution

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 37:02


In this episode, Founder of the Rizing Tide Foundation, Heidi Jannenga, returns to the podcast to talk about fostering diversity in the physical therapy industry. Today, Heidi talks about the incredible work being done by the Rizing Tide Foundation, the process of awarding scholarships, and future Rizing Tide developments. Which changes still need to be made in the industry? Hear about the growing student debt problem, how you can get involved with Rizing Tide, and get Heidi's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “Almost every single one of them [students] were working full-time jobs at the same time as going to PT school. Some of them, more than one job.” “There's a huge segment of the folks that answered that survey that have more than $150,000 of debt post-graduation.” “It takes a lot to try to balance the price of education to what we actually are getting paid as clinicians.” “A rising tide raises all boats.” “Be open-minded to a path that you may not have thought that you might go down.” “If something aligns with your vision and values, then go for it.”   More about Heidi Jannenga Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC, is the founder of the Rizing Tide Foundation, which seeks to inspire more diversity and inclusiveness in the physical therapy industry. Each year, Rizing Tide presents scholarships to five promising BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) students who are on the path to earning their Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) or furthering their PT education by pursuing a residency program. In addition, Heidi is a physical therapist and the co-founder and Chief Clinical Officer of WebPT, a nine-time Inc. 5000 honoree and the leading software solution for physical, occupational, and speech therapists.  As a member of the board and senior management team, Heidi advises on WebPT's product vision, company culture, branding efforts and internal operations, while advocating for rehab therapists, women leaders, and entrepreneurs on a national and international scale. Since the company launched in 2008, Heidi has guided WebPT through exponential growth. Today, it's the fastest-growing physical therapy software in the country, employing over 600 people and serving more than 90,000 therapy professionals - equating to an industry-leading 40% market-share. In 2017, Heidi was honored by Health Data Management as one of the most powerful women in IT, and she was a finalist for EY's Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2018, she was named the Ed Denison Business Leader of the Year at the Arizona Technology Council's Governor's Celebration of Innovation. In addition to serving on numerous non-profit leadership boards, Heidi is a proud member of the YPO Scottsdale Chapter and Charter 100 as well as an investor with Golden Seeds, which focuses on women-founded or led organizations. Heidi is a mother to her 10-year-old daughter Ava and enjoys traveling, hiking, mountain biking and practicing yoga in her spare time.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Physiotherapy, Representation, Scholarships, Diversity, Inclusivity, BIPOC, Student Debt, Education, Opportunity,   Resources Higher Education? By Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus. Apply for a Rizing Tide Scholarship.   To learn more, follow Heidi at: Website:          https://rizing-tide.com Twitter:            @HeidiJannenga LinkedIn:         Heidi Jannenga   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the full Transcript Here:  SUMMARY KEYWORDS rising tide, scholarship, pt, students, people, heidi, industry, physical therapist, foundation, profession, podcast, scholarship program, year, works, residency programs, physical therapy, pts, residency, crest, education   00:07 Welcome to the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast. Each week we interview the best and brightest in physical therapy, wellness and entrepreneurship. We give you cutting edge information you need to live your best life healthy, wealthy and smart. The information in this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be used as personalized medical advice. And now, here's your host, Dr. Karen Litzy.   00:35 Hey everybody, welcome back to the podcast. I'm wishing you all a very happy New Year and welcome to the first episode of 2022. We've got a great one in store. But first, a big thank you to Net Health for sponsoring today's podcast episode. So when it comes to boosting your clinics, online visibility, reputation and referrals, Net Health Digital Marketing Solutions has the tools you need to beat the competition. They know you want your clinic to get found get chosen and get five star reviews. So they have a new offer. If you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic win. They will buy lunch for your office. If you're already using NET Health's private practice EMR, be sure to ask about his new integration, head over to net help.com forward slash li T zy to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit. Okay, on today's episode I'm really excited to have back on the podcast Dr. Heidi J. Nanga. She is the founder of the rising tide Foundation which seeks to inspire more diversity and inclusiveness in the physical therapy industry. Each year rising tide presents scholarships to five promising bipoc students who are on the path to earning their doctorate of physical therapy, or furthering their PT education by pursuing a residency program. In addition, Heidi is a physical therapist and the Co Founder and Chief Clinical Officer of web PT, a nine Time Inc 5000 honoree and the leading software solution for physical occupational speech therapist. As a member of the board and senior management team Heidi advises on web PTS, product vision company culture branding, efforts, and internal operations while advocating for rehab therapist women leaders and entrepreneurs on a national international scale. Since the company launched in 2008, Heidi has guided web PT through exponential growth. Today, it's the fastest growing physical therapy software in the country employing over 700 people serving more than 90,000 therapy professionals, equating to an industry leading 40% market share. In 2017, Heidi was honored by health data management as one of the most powerful women in it. She was a finalist for he wise Entrepreneur of the Year in 2018. She was named Ed Dennison, Business Leader of the Year at the Arizona Technology Council's governor's celebration of innovation. In addition to serving on numerous nonprofit leadership boards, Heidi's a proud member of the YPO Scottsdale chapter and charter 100 as well as an investor with golden seats which focuses on women founded or led organizations. She is also the mother's 10 year old daughter Ava enjoys traveling hiking, mountain biking and practicing yoga in her spare time when that spare time is I don't know. So today we are talking about the rising tide Foundation. And if you are a physical therapist and you are hoping to go into residency or you're in your residency, you must listen to this episode because you can win a scholarship from the rising tide foundation. If you're listening to this today, Monday, you have until Friday in order to to submit an application to the rising tide foundation to get a scholarship for your residency. So get on it people a big thank you to Heidi and everyone enjoyed today's episode. Hey, Heidi, welcome back to the podcast. Happy to have you back on.   04:02 Hey, Karen, so great to be here. Thanks so much for having me.   04:05 And so today we're going to be talking about a foundation called the rising tide foundation. So what is it and why did you decide to start this foundation?   04:19 Well, thanks so much for having me on. And to be able to talk about this because it really is a has been a labor of love. And a true way for me to give back to a profession that has given so much to me. The Rising Tide foundation really started after a few years of us doing the real estate of rehab therapy industry report which you and I have talked about on this podcast, and every year. There doesn't seem to be a change into two major things that we ask the serve the people that we survey, one was what you mentioned student debt, and actually, not that it hasn't changed, it's actually increasing. And that's a big burden, as you can imagine, to an industry. And then second was actually the biggest emphasis, which is the the, the lack of diversity within our profession. And being a person who identifies as a person of color. The fact that we have this lack of diversity has been a real, real issue, that hasn't made much change, despite, you know, the APTA and others sort of bringing attention to the issue. But the percentages as far as what the makeup of our profession looks like, has not changed has not really changed at all, in the last five years that we've been doing that survey. And so that was really the two major impetus behind me starting this foundation, I've been lucky enough to have financial success with web pt. And so had started the rising tide Foundation, not knowing what I wanted to do with the foundation back at the end of 2019. And then with everything that happened through 2020, it just sort of hit me over the head that this is something that I can personally make a difference in, within our profession. And   06:39 what exactly does the rising tide foundation do?   06:45 It is a scholarship program. So we have two tracks of scholars. We have the crest Scholarship, which is actually geared towards new and new students coming into the profession. And so we provide $14,000 scholarships to three participants, or three scholars, three scholarship winners, that is renewable for the three years PT school, and then we have to serve scholarships, which actually is for physical therapists who are going on to residency programs. And those are $10,000 each, for the one your usual one year program of residency. How, how   07:41 are these winners chosen? What give us a peek sort of behind the curtains, if you will, as to how the process works, so that if people listening to this, whether you are a physical therapy student, or you are one of those people like Gosh, I really want to do a residency, but I don't know how I can make it work financially. So how can these folks apply to the program and and like I said, gives a little peek behind the curtain on how it all works?   08:12 Sure, well, first and foremost, you have to qualify and so if you go to rising dash tide.com, you will find all of the specific sort of qualifications that are required. So for example, for the crest scholarship, you are either an undergraduate who is applying or an undergraduate who is applying to PT school. So you have will have graduated from an undergraduate with an undergraduate degree going on to DPT program, or you're a PTA that's entering into a PTA Bridge Program, which is there's only a couple of schools that do that. But we are also providing scholarships for any PTA who they want to go on to get their DPT so there is a actual physical, like documentation style application, which you have to fill out as well as writing three short essay that include questions like What inspired you to become a physical therapist? And, you know, what does it mean to be a community member? And then also, you know, we really wanted to dive into the essence of who the scholars are. Because we feel like we want to invest in professionals who who are really going to want to make a difference in the profession. So the last question is talking about sort of a failure that you've experienced in your life and what you've really learned from that training. Did you know dive into a little vulnerability and understanding of who they are at the core of the person. And so you also need some letters of recommendation, and transcripts in the normal sort of thing that you might think about in going through a scholarship. So once you you send all of that information. We have a selection committee, which I'm really, really proud of. I was honored to gather quite a few thought leaders from the industry including a fossa, Joe Badea, Maria Gonzalez seen Sharon Wang is actually not from the industry. We wanted to bring together our selection committee, which I call our Beachcombers, hopefully see that sort of nautical theme here. Wendy HARO, who is a software engineer actually works with me with PT, Moyer Tillery, who is also a PT, and then Jean shamrock rod. And those folks make up our our base comers who were to which our selection committee, so we scour all of the applications that come in for each one of the scholarship programs. And we narrow it down to around 10 finalists, and each of the finalists and have to go through an actual live video interview with the selection committee. And from there, we then get the really tedious and hard, difficult decision to narrow it down to the three winners. We just went through the crash scholarship selection process, and it was absolutely amazing. And, and we we were able to narrow it down. But having been our first process, it was just an incredible experience. And we had so many great applicants that we actually ended up awarding five scholarship winners, three of the full scholar, scholarship cross winners, and then we actually started two new sub winners, which are the what we're calling our rising stars, which actually got $5,000 scholarship towards their tuition and, and fees, they might be paying towards PT school.   12:35 That's amazing. And how many people applied for the crest scholarship?   12:44 Yeah, you know, Karen, you know, all about startups right in that first, first year, you kind of are working out the kinks, you're trying to figure out the right processes to have in place. And we had a fairly short window of about 60 days, 45 to 60 days that we opened up the application process this year, for our first cohort of crest winners. And our goal was to get 20 applicants. And after a social media polish and the PR, including, you know, me talking on a few podcast, we actually got 40 applicants which I was so so thrilled about. So we doubled the number that we wanted, then, obviously through that process, it's was so great that we couldn't actually just narrow down to three. So we actually awarded five scholarships and I I just wanted to give a shout out to the amazing scholars that did winner that are part of this first first cohort we had three winners from Northwestern University, Ruth Morales Flores is actually a second year students. Ricky Loki, who is a first year in Jackie Hua, who was a first year as well, just phenomenal, phenomenal students. And Alicia lead from Washington, St. Louis University and Tyrrel McGee, from Regis University. So a really broad spectrum of really interesting and thoughtful students who I know are going to make huge impact on the industry moving forward.   14:29 And you know, you had mentioned that part of the application process was interviews. So a lot you had the members of the committee interviewing 10 Different students and you're reading through 40 different essays. So what did you learn about the PT education system through hearing from all of these applicants and the eventual winners of the scholarship program?   14:59 Well, for First and foremost, as I mentioned, one of the goals and the mission of rising tide is all about improving the diversity of the workforce within our industry. And so, obviously, you know, the number of students that have been accepted to PT school in order to really receive this scholarship and qualify for the scholarship has to be people of color. And so the fact that we were able to get the number of scholarships applications that we did, in such a short period of time, was amazing to me. And, and I attribute a lot of that to the physical therapy, schools really putting diversity as a high priority in terms of their recruiting process of really also trying to change the face of who we are, and to become less homogenous, and more reflective of the society in which we live in. And so that was a real, I want to say, eye opener, but but pleasant surprise, that, you know, despite the fact that we haven't seen the numbers change, that it is something that is a huge priority, and is now after a few years of changing processes, and changing how the recruiting, where they're recruiting from and how they're actually going through the actual student selection process. For example, there are many schools now that are either eliminating, or D prioritizing SAP scores as an entry component, or GRE scores as it goes into graduate school, as a as a component of the process, and putting a higher priority on interview and essays and other things and more more, I guess, tangible areas of interest as they go through the, the selection process for their incoming classes. And so that was a that was really positive for me to really hear that. But it more than that, it was the passion that the students had for the industry. You know, I don't think much has changed in terms of why people get interested in the PT field, most of them had had experiences, whether it was personal or with family members, that really sparked that inspiration to to go into the PT field. Some of the other things that were just amazing about these students is almost every single one of them were working full time jobs, at the same time as going through PT school, some of them more than one job. We heard stories of, you know, students who basically had to decide whether they were going to pay for food, or pay for a book. And so the determination and just the sheer passion around why the and what they're able to do in order to accomplish their goals, was just astounding. And I don't know that, you know, most people understand the sort of path that, you know, underserved populations sometimes have to take in order to accomplish those goals.   18:54 Yeah, that's amazing. What a great group that you you got to meet. Now, after talking with these students, aside from the fact that hey, schools are kind of changing the weight of inclusion criteria, what further changes do you think need to be made within the industry? And on that, we'll take a quick break to hear from our sponsor, and be right back with Heidi's answer. When it comes to boosting your clinics, online visibility, reputation and increasing referrals, net Health's Digital Marketing Solutions has the tools you need to beat the competition. They know you want your clinic to get found, get chosen and definitely get those five star reviews on Google. Net Health is a fun new offer. If you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic win. They will buy lunch for your office. If you're already using Net Health private practice EMR, be sure to ask about its new integration. Head over to net health.com forward slash li tz y to sign up for your complimentary marketing Audit?   20:01 Well, we know as, as we you, you started talking about in the beginning of the show is the student debt ratio that pte students are coming out with post graduation. We've seen that time and time again, in our state of rehab therapy industry report, as we surveyed, you know, 1000s, of therapist to understand their biggest woes, as they are navigating through this profession. And, you know, I, there's a huge segment of of the folks that answered that survey that have more than $150,000 of debt post graduation. And that was a 5% increase over what we found those numbers to be in 2018. So just in a few years, that number has grown significantly. And so that's to me, it's just not sustainable. When you compare what the compensation is, for an average, you know, new grad, being somewhere between depending on the type of PT services that you're delivering anywhere from 60 to 90 grand. That's just not commensurate to be able to be able to live and then pay off that debt, which you know, $150,000 in PT school usually means on top of another 100 grand at minimum that you you've accumulated through undergrad. So we're talking a huge, tremendous amount of debt. And so what I know is also happening is looking at shortening the timeframe in which it takes to get a doctorate degree, there are universities and colleges like South College, that are changing the way we think they're trying to change the way we think about PT school, where it doesn't have to be 100% in person that, you know, a large portion of the time spent can be done online. So that cuts down significant amount of debt in terms of having to pay for housing and other things. And it just becomes more accessible to more people, and decreases the cost of the overall educational process. So I really think that the cost of education, rethinking how we do the curriculum, of what truly is necessary to be in person are things that that really need to be looked   22:40 Yeah, and when we talk about that sheer amount of, of debt, when I speak about that to other people, I always preface like, you know, like you said, Pts are coming out of school 50 to $90,000. It's not like we work at Goldman Sachs, where in two years you get like $500,000 Bonus, do you know what I mean? And and why law paid off? Right? So it's a little bit different PTS are not usually getting a $500,000 bonus. May I don't want to, I don't want to get yelled at by people on the internet. But I'm pretty sure that doesn't happen often.   23:21 No, I don't think that happens very often. As a matter of fact, I think, you know, especially in the times that we're in right now, you know, the the 5%. Five to maybe 10% increase year over year is probably what's on average. So, you know, it's gonna take you a while, especially if you're you're starting out as a new grad in that maybe 60 to 70 range to even get to the, you know, the six digit. Right. And so, yeah, it takes a lot to try to balance the price of education to what we actually are getting paid as, as clinicians.   24:05 Yeah. And and if there's a really great book, Heidi, I don't know if you've ever heard of heard of this book, but it's called Higher Education question mark. And it's by Andrew hacker and Claudia Dreyfus. And they talk about the cost of higher education. And what are some of the extraneous things happening on college campuses that aren't going directly to the education of the students, but yet is being reflected in the price of admission. So if people want to learn more about that, I would highly suggest reading that book.   24:40 Yeah, absolutely. There's a lot of debate happening right now around higher education and the need for it. You know, I know even within our own profession, there's a lot of question marks around the DPT on whether it was worth it or not. But at the end of the day, we are here we are At level professionals, but we do need to figure out if we are going to continue to grow and have an attract the top talent that we want to continue to have our profession, you know, be recognized as adding, you know, tremendous value to the overall healthcare system. We definitely want to, you know, remain viable and relook and relook at how perhaps we're doing some of the things because I just don't think that the way the path that we're on today is truly sustainable.   25:38 Yeah, I agree with that. And now, let's say you're a student out there, or you're going into residency, how can they get more information to apply for upcoming scholarships? And is there are there any scholarship applications that are due soon?   25:55 Yes, I mentioned we have the crest scholars, but we also have the search Scholarship Program, which is for residency programs. And that current application process is open right now. And so it will be closing on January 14. So if you are a current resident residency program participant, and would like to apply for the surge scholarship, and you are a person of color, you can apply at res rising dash tie.com. If you go to search scholarship on there and just hit the Apply button, it will take you right to the page in which you can fill out all of the information, upload any documentation that we're requiring. And then we will definitely take a look at the application and put you into the process.   26:55 Yeah, so that means if you're listening to that, listening to this podcast today, on the 10th, you have until the end of this week, so get on it if you want money to help you get through your residency, so you've got like you've got five days, so get on it.   27:14 And this is an annual annual renewal process. So we will launch a new cohort every year. So if you miss out this year, but you're going through your residency programs, this year, you will get another chance at the end of this year to apply for the scholarship. And definitely any students out there who might be listening or interested in the field of PT, and you are going to be a new grad in this upcoming year of 2022. Or I'm sorry, a new student to PT school this year. And please, please, please think about offsetting some of that student debt through a scholarship program like rising tide.   27:55 Excellent. And now what's new with the foundation? What do you have coming up aside from these amazing scholarship opportunities,   28:03 while being part of rising tide means you're part of our community. And so one of the really awesome things that we are going to we are doing with our cohort is getting them together annually for sort of rising tide retreat in which we're going to have thought leaders from the industry come together to help be mentors to these students. Each cohort will be building on itself. So as we have this first group of 2021 Slash 2022 go through this year, they will then come back and be be mentors to our next cohort of students that will be coming through so part of the sort of surge and crafts together where you've got, you know, physical therapists going through residency programs will help to be mentors to these up and coming students. And so creating this community of connection, and education is really what we're planning through 2022.   29:15 I see what you did there. I like it, I like it. And now let's say you're a physical therapist like me, and you're like, wow, I am loving this rising tide. How can I can I donate to this? Can I be a part of this? What can I do?   29:32 Yeah, that's a great question. Karen and I, since launching this this past year in 2021, I just been so honored by the amount of outpouring of support that people have wanted to give to this program, including financial. I mentioned that it was self funded. And you know, We've had many, many years of scholarships that are going to be awarded. But with this outpouring of support of people who wanted to donate financially, I, I went ahead and change the 501 C three status to allow me to have donations. And so in March of 2022, we will be opening up the rising tide foundation to people who want to donate. And my hope is to actually double the number of scholarships that we're going to be able to award in 2022, that we we were able to do in 2021. And so if we can continue to do that every year, so that would mean we would award 10 scholarships in 2022, rather than five for at least the cross scholarship and then four of the search scholars, I think that would be absolutely amazing. And as you can imagine, if we did that year over year, we would be funding almost every PT student in let's say, 20 years.   31:05 Exactly. Hey, that's that big blue sky dream, right? The be hag? Yes, yes, the big big dream. And and, and it's a great dream to help future physical therapists not be saddled with the amount of student debt that a lot of students over the past couple of years have, unfortunately, had to deal with. So I think it's a wonderful foundation. And I applaud you for taking the initiative to putting this out into the world. And again, where can people find Oh, you said it a couple times, and we will have a link to it in the show notes. But where can people find more about the scholarship and about rising tide?   31:49 Yep, it's www dot rising with a Z r i v i n g dash tide.com. And I'm sure many of you have heard the saying rising, a rising tide raises all boats. And that's really where it came from. It's something that has that thing has really meant a lot to me, in how I perform as a leader, and what I sort of prescribed to as sort of my own personal culture of wanting to help people. And so that's where sort of the name sort of stems from. But yeah, go to rising tide.com. And you can learn all about our foundation and scholarship program, you can sign up for our blog subscription, we have a monthly vlogs, coming out about all kinds of things that has to do with how students can improve sort of how they think about becoming a physical therapist, too, just thought provoking ideas as we go about wanting to sort of change the face of the PC profession.   33:05 Perfect. And I'll also add that you're also on Instagram, and on Twitter. So if you go to the website, you can go down to the bottom and click on the little icons, and you can follow rising tide on Instagram and Twitter and LinkedIn as well. That's right. Yeah, perfect. All right. Well, Heidi, as we start to wrap things up, I know, I asked you this before, so you're gonna have to think of something new. What's another piece of advice you would give to your younger self?   33:41 Well, I would just say be open minded to a path that you may not have thought that you might go down, go down. I will just say that, you know, starting a nonprofit, and a scholarship program was really not on on my radar. And as things have unfolded, just like starting in that entrepreneurial mindset, like it works in your professional life, as I'm sorry, it works in your personal life, as well as your professional life in terms of finding problems that need to be solved and figuring out a way to do that. And so stay staying really open minded to things that come your way that may not be necessarily what you think, or had planned to do. To find ways to just try to try new things and be open minded to those options and they can take you down path of trim adding tremendous value and to others but also just in, in in to yourself as well.   34:58 Yeah, excellent advice. keep your mind open. And if something aligns with with your vision and values, then go for it. Great advice. Heidi, thank you so much for coming on to the podcast today talking about rising tide. And again, if you're going to mention this one more time, if you're going into your residency program, check out rising tide, check out the website. We mentioned it several times, also in the show notes at podcast at healthy, wealthy, smart, calm and apply, because you've got a couple of days if you're listening to this on the 10th of January 2022. You've got until the 14th to apply for the surge scholarship. Is that That's right, right.   35:44 That's right. Okay. Well, you got until the 14th until the midnight of the 14th and mentioned that you heard it on rising tide or on the healthy wealthy podcast. And we'll just move you to the top of the stack.   35:56 Yes. So So do it. People get on it be a part of the rising tide. Heidi, thank you so much for coming on.   36:04 Karen, it's always a pleasure. Thank you so much. Yeah,   36:06 of course. And everyone. Thanks so much for listening, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart. And a big thank you to Dr. Heidi Jenga for coming on the podcast to discuss the rising tide foundation and of course, thank you to Net Health. So again, they have a new offer if you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic when they will buy lunch for your office. Head over to net health.com forward slash li te zy to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit to get your clinics online visibility, reputation and referrals increasing in 2022   36:45 Thank you for listening and please subscribe to the podcast at podcast dot healthy wealthy smart.com And don't forget to follow us on social media  

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Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 28:05


Education is a difficult field and many teachers don't continue after three years in the classroom.  This week's guest, Dr. Frank Rudnesky and Michelle Rispo Hill, share how to help new teachers, support veteran educators, and stay passionate in a long career.  In this episode, we also discuss: Creating a Positive School Culture How to Help the Teacher Shortage And Fired Up Teachership About Michelle Rispo Hill: Michele Rispo Hill is a passionate educator who has dedicated a lifetime to the education profession as a teacher, author, and presenter of professional development. During her tenure in the classroom, Michele was honored as the teacher of the Year in 2014. She served on numerous committees, mentored new staff and was an advisor for the classes of 2009 and 2018 and the Jostens Renaissance program.  Today, she serves as the Coordinator of Admissions and Strategic Marketing and  Equity Specialist for a career and technical school in New Jersey. Michele also serves on the advisory board for SchoolRubric. Michele has developed and implemented professional development with a sharp focus on diversity, equity and inclusion, engaging students, and educational leadership. Michele has authored numerous articles published in the area of education, as well as co-authored 100 No-nonsense Things that Teachers All Teachers Should Stop Doing, and now is the co-author of Fired Up Teachership. Michele is a champion for students and staff; her enthusiasm and positive energy is contagious! Michele completed her undergraduate studies at LaSalle University and then went on to acquire two master degrees, one from LaSalle in Bilingual Studies and the other from Wilmington University in School Leadership. She is the mother of four children: Zachary, Victoria, Julia and Jennifer — and the Nonni of 4 grandsons: Michael, Dean, Julian and Vincent. Michele resides on Long Beach Island, New Jersey with her husband of over 35 years, John. Follow Michelle Rispo Hill: Website: http://www.firedupteachership (www.firedupteachership)  Twitter: @HillMrispo Instagram: Mrispohill Facebook: Michele Rispo  Linkedin: Michele Rispo Hill Email: mrispo.hill@gmail.com About Dr. Frank Rudnesky: In addition to teaching at the high school and university levels, Dr. Frank Rudnesky was the principal of Belhaven Middle School in Linwood, New Jersey for a span of two decades.  During that time, the school was recognized with numerous local, state, and national awards for leadership, technology influence, excellence in performance, and a positive culture. The school was often used as a visitation site for other educators from as far away as Japan.  Frank has developed, implemented, and studied leadership process to enhance organizational culture.  He has authored numerous books and articles published in the areas of leadership and technology influence. Dr. R. resides in the Jostens Renaissance Educator Hall of Fame and sits on several non-profit boards including the New Jersey Schools to Watch core team. Dr. Frank Rudnesky draws on his experience as an accomplished teacher, award-winning middle school principal, and transformational leader to deliver his captivating keynotes and presentations to hundreds of audiences. As you listen to Dr. R.'s style of storytelling and his unconventional journey in life, it will get you “Fired Up” to pursue your passion and empower others to find their passion. His engagement, enthusiasm, and positive energy are contagious.Frank's education includes a BS from the University of San Francisco, MBA from Rowan University, and a Doctorate from Widener University. He resides in Southern New Jersey with his wife, Dr. Kimberly, two daughters, Franki Maria, Danica Lyn, and their dogs, Maggie and Winnie. Follow Dr. Frank Rudnesky: Website: https://inspire-leadership.com (https://inspire-leadership.com)  Twitter: @DrFrankRud Instagram: drfrankrud...

Inside Out Health with Coach Tara Garrison
DR. JOSEPH ANTOUN - Prolon and the Fasting Mimicking Diet with the CEO

Inside Out Health with Coach Tara Garrison

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 59:55


Dr. Joseph Antoun is CEO & Chairman of the Board of L-Nutra and Member of the Forbes Business Development Council. He's the former CEO of Health Systems Reform, a boutique consultancy aimed at improving public health by reforming health systems, management, and delivery. Prior to that, he was Director of Health Policy at the University of Chicago, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Health Systems and Reform and head of Business Development for Eli Lilly & Co.  He completed his studies in Public Policy at Harvard University, in Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, and his Doctorate in Medicine and Masters' in Medical and Biological Sciences at Saint Joseph University. In this episode, Dr. Antoun tells the story of how L-Nutra's groundbreaking 5-day ProLon diet is a revolutionary new way to approach nutrition and health – by periodically fasting with food.  Check out Dr. Joseph Antoun's site here: https://l-nutra.com/ Upgraded Formulas - Inside Out Health Podcast Special Offers: Click HERE for the Upgraded Formulas Hair Test Kit Special Offer Click HERE for the Upgraded Formulas Main Site & Get 15% OFF  Everything with Coupon Code: INSIDEOUT15 Ready to enhance your metabolism? Learn about my Keto In & Out system HERE. Want one on one coaching? Learn more about it HERE. Click here for info on my Higher Retreat in Zion National Park: Beethewellness.com/experiences/higher

Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes
Episode 469: 10 Practices in 2 Years?!?

Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 35:01


Dr. Lewis Chen is aboard the Dental A-Team! Dr. Chen has become an extremely successful dentist in a short amount of time — like, 10-practices-in-two-years successful. He shares with Kiera what he did differently to find his success, including utilizing the right resources and committing to a schedule. Dr. Chen and Kiera also discuss the difference between work and luck, things that went well, and pitfalls he wishes he'd avoided. He also shares life hacks, his best tip for delegation, and how to elevate teams. More about Dr. Chen Dr. Lewis Chen was born and raised in New York. He completed his Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine and graduated top of his class with highest honors and distinction. Due to his outstanding clinical performance, leadership, and selfless contributions to Columbia, he was one of few to be nominated and inducted into the only renowned, national dental honor society, Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU). After graduation, he completed his residency at the Bronx VA, which is nationally known to be the most prestigious, competitive, and comprehensive program in the country due to its strong focus on full-mouth reconstructions, cosmetics, prosthodontics, endodontics, and oral surgery. Throughout his high school, college, and dental school years, he actively served as a tutor and mentor up until private practice. Because of his commitment in teaching and education, he also serves as Instructor of Clinical Dental Medicine at his dental school alma mater. He carries his passion for teaching from the classroom setting into a dental office by educating patients so that they can begin to take control of their oral health and make informed and calculated decisions. His primary focus is to cater to patients and exceed their expectations. Episode resources: Get in touch with Dr. Chen on Instagram Reach out to Kiera Subscribe to The Dental A-Team podcast Become Dental A-Team Platinum! Review the podcast on iTunes

Uninvisible with Lauren Freedman
143: Dr. Akilah Cadet, DEIB Specialist Living with Rare Heart Disease & hEDS

Uninvisible with Lauren Freedman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 62:14


Dr. Akilah Cadet is the Founder and CEO of Change Cadet consulting firm, which offers a broad array of anti-racism and diversity services including strategic planning, crisis rebuilding, advising, executive coaching, and facilitation. Cadet (her last name) is a French term that means soldier. As it's often an uphill battle for BIPOC, women, and historically excluded communities to achieve success and equity in the workplace, Change Cadet prepares soldiers of change to overcome these continuous battles so individuals and companies can thrive. Akilah has 15+ years of experience working in various organizations, with both private and public sector companies. She literally has all the degrees (Bachelor of Science in Health Education in Community Based Public Health, a Master of Public Health, and a Doctorate of Health Sciences in Leadership and Organizational Behavior), lives in Oakland, CA, has a rare heart condition, and is a proud Beyoncé advocate…and has just been diagnosed with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (hEDS). And on top of all that, she's the host of the Change Cadet Podcast! Tune in as Dr. Cadet shares: how her early symptoms first manifested the truth about accurate diagnosis: “in order to be diagnosed, you have to be misdiagnosed” how she was diagnosed with coronary artery spasms, or Prinzmetal's angina; as well as inappropriate sinus tachycardia, pre-atrial contractions (irregular heartbeat), and orthostatic hypertension how she faced her own mortality during the process of being diagnosed what her long-term care looks like with regard to heart health: ER visits and the risk of heart attack the criteria she holds her care providers to why she is still waiting for genetic testing to determine her hEDS type how she manages her symptoms day-to-day — and how so much of that management involves clear communication what true energy management looks like for her why the “ER is nothing but trauma for [her]” — and why healthcare in America is such a mess a conversation about the concepts of intersectionality and inspiration in chronic illness and disability identities her advice for Spoonies and their loved ones

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast
Episode 261 | The Pursuit Of Value-Based Care And Reimbursement With Alice Bell PT, DPT, Senior Payment Specialist APTA

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 41:20


In this episode, we are discussing an important reimbursement issue related to physical therapy, as well as pain care in general. That is value-based healthcare. Value-based healthcare is a healthcare delivery model in which providers, including hospitals, as well as practitioners, are paid based on the patient's health outcome. This model differs from the traditional fee-for-service or a capitated approach in which providers are typically paid based on the amount of services they deliver. Joining me on this episode to discuss the trend of value-based healthcare, specifically in the physical therapy profession, is Dr. Alice Bell.   She earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Montana. Now is on staff as a Senior Payment Specialist in the Public Affairs Unit of the American Physical Therapy Association. Her professional activities include serving as a member of the Centers for Medicare Technical Expert Panel for alternative payment systems, the CPT Editorial Panel, and is an APTA appointee to the NDHI Opioid Crisis Workgroup. She has been involved in bundled payment projects and exploring the alternative practice and payment model efforts focused on early and direct access to physical therapy.   In this episode, you will learn all about value-based healthcare, where value-based care intersects with the biopsychosocial approach to pain. Also, how physical therapists can assess their readiness for participating in an alternative payment model and how physical therapists can play a more central role in addressing pain in the US healthcare system. Without further ado, let's begin and let's learn about values-based healthcare with Dr. Alice Bell. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainscienceinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram

10% Happier with Dan Harris
409: For the Burned Out, Fried, and Exhausted | Emily & Amelia Nagoski

10% Happier with Dan Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 73:46


The final episode of our New Year's Getting Unstuck Series features Emily and Amelia Nagoski. Our goal with this episode, as it has been with all the episodes throughout the series, is to arm you with new ways of thinking about where you might be stuck in your life and to give you new tools for getting unstuck. Emily Nagoski has a PhD in Health Behavior and is the author of the hit book Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life. Her twin sister, Amelia Nagoski, holds a Doctorate in Musical Arts. Together, Emily and Amelia are the co-authors of the New York Times bestselling book Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle. This episode explores:How Amelia was hospitalized for stress-related illness twice, and how learning the science behind burnout and emotional exhaustion helped save her life. The three characteristics of burnout, and why women in today's society are particularly susceptible to one of the characteristics: emotional exhaustion.The “human giver syndrome,” a term created by Emily and Amelia, which they say is very common among women, and why things can be especially hard for women.Why it's important to understand the difference between addressing stressful circumstances in our lives and dealing with the actual physical experience of stress in our bodies. A slew of evidence-based, ready-to-try-today interventions that people of all genders can use to “complete the stress cycle.”Content Warning: There are some references to sensitive topics, including sexual trauma, self-harm, domestic abuse, and violence. January 7th is the last day to join and complete the Getting Unstuck Challenge, a free 14-day meditation challenge from Ten Percent Happier to help you push through whatever is holding you back. Click here to get started.Full Shownotes: https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/emily-amelia-nagoski-409See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Exploring the Prophetic With Shawn Bolz
Exploring the Prophetic with Kimberly Genau (S:4 - Ep 46)

Exploring the Prophetic With Shawn Bolz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 36:17


Today on Exploring the Prophetic, Shawn Bolz interviews Kimberly Genau. Kimberly is an Executive Director and Founder of Alabaster House which leads devotionals and chapel times for members of Congress and hosts retreats and ministry gatherings.  Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Science and Doctorate of Practical Ministry, serving as a chaplain to national leaders and elected officials on Capitol Hill and leads Alabaster House, a 501(c)(3) faith-based non-profit ministry . Tune in as Shawn and Kimberly discuss her calling to impact leaders and influencing influencers, how Alabaster House came to be, and her testimony of what God is doing right now through her ministry.  Find out how you can support what God is doing!

Frequency Interrupted
Grandmaster Carroll Baker

Frequency Interrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 83:57


Carroll Baker is a practitioner of holistic medicine and integrated practices, holding a Doctorate in Philosophy with an emphasis on Spiritual Wellness. He has a black belt in Korean Judo, 10th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and 10th degree black belt in American Martial Arts and Sciences. He has also trained world champion kickboxer, Robert Visitacion, and is currently coaching two UFC athletes, Tony Kelley and Andrea Lee.

Out of the Fog with Karen Hager
Out of the Fog: Astrology of 2022 with Dr. Michael Lennox

Out of the Fog with Karen Hager

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 28:00


Listener favorite Dr. Michael Lennox is here with astrological insights for the new year! Join us for a peek into 2022 and get Michael's take on what to look forward to … and what to be aware of … in the months ahead. Psychologist, Astrologer and Dream Expert, Dr. Michael Lennox has been helping people have a deeper understanding of their unconscious mind for almost twenty-five years.  In workshops, in the media, and for private clientele, Lennox guides people through life's mysteries with a deep and profound wisdom delivered through a humorous and extemporaneous style that has become his trademark.  He is your ambassador to conscious embodiment.  His #redrobeastrology reports on Instagram reach thousands of people every day. A highly sought-after media expert, Dr. Lennox has appeared on many television shows.  His radio and podcast appearances talking about the power of dreams and the impact of astrology now number in the hundreds. He hosts his own podcast, Conscious Embodiment: Astrology and Dreams with Dr. Michael Lennox.  Dr. Lennox obtained his Masters and Doctorate in Psychology from The Chicago School.  Astrology and Personality, his Doctoral Dissertation, is published by Lambert Academic Publishing out of Germany.  He is the author of three books on dreams: Dream Sight: A Dictionary & Guide for Interpreting Any Dream; Llewellyn's Complete Dream Dictionary; and The Little Book of Dreams. Dr. Lennox leads classes, workshops, and retreats all over the United States and conducts a worldwide private practice based in Southern California.

SGV Master Key Podcast
Jason Han - Pursuing Taekwondo to Physical Therapy

SGV Master Key Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 59:56


Dr. Jason Han is the co-founder of HealthFit Physical Therapy & Chiropractic and the Head of Rehabilitation for the Los Angeles Football Club.  He grew up locally in Monterey Park and stayed in the San Gabriel Valley until graduating from high school. After that, he spent 12 years away from the area pursuing his path in both education and athletics.During this time, he spent 7 years on the US National Team in the sport of Taekwondo garnering several world medals. He also graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis and completed his Sports Specialization at the University of Pittsburgh. In 2016, Dr. Jason and his wife Dr. Kelli opened up HealthFit Physical Therapy & Chiropractic in Pasadena with the ultimate goal of creating a one-stop wellness shop for the people in his community. As a business owner and healthcare professional, Dr. Jason Han aims to keep his clients active and mobile so they can get back to doing what they love. His business does this by giving you the same level of care he provided to all of his professional clients during his stints with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cirque du Soleil and now the Los Angeles Football Club. Over the years, he has worked with several Olympians, professional, collegiate, junior, elite level athletes and high level executives.Whether you are an active individual that wants to return to sports or a grandmother that just wants to pick up her grandchild again… he always values an individualized approach to helping you reach your goals! He believes everyone has a unique situation, therefore you should be treated as such.Location: 145 Vista Ave, Suite 103, Pasadena, CA 91107Website: healthfitinc.con__________Music Podcast Intro and Outro Everyday, Jason Farnhmam, YouTube Audio Library Podcast Advertisement I love you, Vibe Tracks, YouTube Audio Library Sour Tennessee Red (Sting), John Dewey and the 41 Players, YouTube Audio Library Dewey, Cheedham, and Howe (Sting), John Dewey and the 41 Players, YouTube Audio Library Film Project Countdown.flac Copyright 2013 Iwan Gabovitch, CC-BY3 license

Unapologetically Abundant
How to reverse your autoimmune disease with Donna Mazzola

Unapologetically Abundant

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 35:05


On this episode, we talked about: Spreading knowledge to the world Defining autoimmune disease Preventing diseases to happen Finding a way to disconnect Definition of "real food" Limiting the number of package food Finding quality products Definition of probiotic and prebiotic  Living a healthier life Healing through food   "We eat convenience foods more than we should be, instead of eating a diversity of foods, like vegetables and fruits"   "Whatever it is you're going to be consistent with, that's the movement you should do"   "Having a greater quality and quantity of bacteria in your gut it's very important for your health"   About Donna: My name is Donna Mazzola and I was born in raised in Detroit, MI. I have always been an avid health guru and focused so much on preventative care. I live a pretty active lifestyle, and love running and being outdoors. I currently live in Detroit, MI with my husband and 2 girls. From a young age, I always had a passion for natural healing and preventative care. After obtaining a Doctorate in Pharmacy, this passion became an obsession as my learnings conflicted with my core beliefs. While I maintained what I thought was a healthy lifestyle, my world came to a crashing halt in 2015 when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I couldn't understand why I had developed an autoimmune disease. I started to question, why people develop Autoimmune disorders and why is it that the human body fights itself? After doing my own research, I discovered there was not a concrete answer to any of her questions, but that nutrition plays a critical role. This is something that was never taught to me in conventional medical training. For this reason, I embarked on a journey to gain knowledge in the field of Functional Medicine and Human Nutrition. Through this path, Dr.AutoimmuneGirl was born. A blog with a mission to identify the root cause of disease through health and wellness, and create the balance between nutrition and medicine. Through functional medicine autoimmunegirl focuses on the underlying causes of autoimmune disease and the impact inflammation and gut health have on autoimmune disease management. As a health and wellness professional autoimmunegirl is on a mission to help you get to the root cause of autoimmune disease through education, empowerment, and support.      

The Savvy Scribe
Episode 143: Featuring Plan, Produce, Profit Graduate - Julie Scott, DNP, ANP-BC, AOCNP

The Savvy Scribe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 39:19


Julie Scott, DNP, ANP-BC, AOCNP is an Oncology Nurse Practitioner, adjunct faculty member, wife, mom, and freelance writer. She took Plan Produce, Profit in 2021 and is here to share her results!About Julie ScottJulie has been a nurse since 2006 and has been working on an oncology practice for 10 years now. She even got a certification in oncology and went back to school to finish her Doctorate degree and finished it last year. She also teaches online for Master's students while running for schoolwork and raising her kids, ages 7 and 8.Julie can say that she loves her career and treats it as her home. She joins the Plan Produce Profit course not because she wants to leave that job. Instead, she is looking for more flexibility or something that she can do on her own time. As she searched for that kind of role, she stumbled across The Savvy Scribe Podcast. The first episode that caught her attention was the one I did with my guest, Deanna Gillingham. So glad to hear that she is a regular listener of my podcast!The Obstacle in Starting a Freelance Writing BusinessJulie's main obstacle is time because she works as a full-time nurse practitioner, has two kids, and has a lot of things going on like teaching, schoolwork, and many more. Yet, she is grateful that everything she spent for the Plan Produce Profit course is time and money well-spent. When she started her business, she earns back every single penny she invested for the course. It was worth it!What Julie Likes About the Plan Produce Profit CourseThe Plan Produce Profit has got everything together.The course is a good resource to continue to go back to. It allows you to review the course materials over and over again.The membership offers a great package! It includes a Facebook Community, a podcast, group meetings, and all other resources that make it a one-stop shop.A lot of FREE content! It is very helpful when you are starting out and want to see if this membership can help you before you invest money.It is also worth noting nurse writers can access the job board before even becoming a member. It's like a free gig opportunity and yet you are still getting paid for it.Her Life After Graduating From the Plan Produce Profit CourseI am so excited to hear that Julie got clients and signed contracts to write a standard number of articles in a month. She also accepts freelance writing where she only writes when she has the time or can get that content done on the delivery date. And of course, if she has extra hours more then she can write more content. The majority of Julie's content is oncology topics since she is more experienced in this field.Benefits of the Plan Produce Profit CourseFlexibility not only on time but also the entire businessThe course has everything that you needed: resources, tips, etc.Connections with like-minded individualsThe Feeling of FulfillmentThis past summer, Julie thought of leaving her job because she is feeling a little bit burnt out. The pandemic has truly added to that “burnt-out” feeling and a few other stress factors. But then, her realizations tell her that she is not yet ready to leave her job.It's fulfilling for her to do her freelance writing whenever she wants it, or if she has free time, she can do the pitch. It gives her the confidence that she can do a lot more than it is today.Julie is excited to see if where she can take this content writing career from here. It made her realize the things that are missing in terms of content. It motivates her to create resources for Oncology Nursing.Support the show (http://www.thesavvyscribepodcast.com)

Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe
Award winning broadcaster, journalist and host of the "Coronacast" Podcast, Dr. Norman Swan talks Covid & the Australian Open

Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 36:08


Award winning broadcaster, journalist and host of the "Coronacast" Podcast, Dr. Norman Swan talks Covid & the Australian OpenDr Norman Swan is a multi-award winning broadcaster, journalist and commentator. He is the host and creator of the Health Report, on ABC Radio National, which is the longest running health programme in the English-speaking world. He is a guest reporter on Four Corners, a regular panelist on ABC Television's The Drum and was medical host of Channel 10's Biggest Loser for six seasons. He also co-created and hosted Tonic, a health show on the ABC's News Channel. In addition, Norman edits his own newsletter, The Choice Health Reader, and is co-founder of Tonic Health Media, a set of health channels with an audience of 15 million people per month. With this background, Norman is in high demand as a keynote speaker, facilitator and MC.One of the first medically qualified journalists in Australia, Norman was born in Scotland, graduated in medicine from the University of Aberdeen, later obtaining postgraduate qualifications in Paediatrics.He has won numerous awards for his journalism and broadcasting. Norman was named Australian Radio Producer of the Year and was awarded a Gold Citation in the United Nations Media Peace Prizes for his radio work. He has won three Walkley National Awards for Australian journalism, including the prestigious Gold. Norman has also snared Australia's top prize for Science Journalism – the Michael Daly Award – twice.He was awarded the Medal of the Australian Academy of Science, an honour that had only been given three times and was given a Doctorate of Medicine Hon Causa by the University of Sydney, during its medical school's 150th anniversary.On television, Dr Swan has hosted ABC Television's science program, Quantum, and been a guest reporter on Catalyst and Four Corners. He hosted Health Dimensions on ABC Television, and created, wrote and narrated a four part series on disease and civilisation, Invisible Enemies, made for Channel 4(UK) and SBS Television. The series has been shown in twenty seven countries. He also co-wrote and narrated The Opposite Sex, a four part series for ABC Television.Norman was co host of the social affairs programme, Life Matters on ABC Radio National for five years. He is also an occasional guest host on Late Night Live and Radio National's news and current affairs Breakfast programme.Norman Swan is also known outside Australia. He has been the Australian correspondent for the Journal of the American Medical Association and the British Medical Journal. He consulted for the World Health Organisation in Geneva on global priorities in health research, putting evidence into health policy and clinical trial registration. Norman co-facilitated, with Richard Horton (editor in chief of The Lancet) a global ministerial forum in Bamako, West Africa which aimed to advance the global health research agenda.

Chick Chat: The Baby Chick Podcast
Birth Trauma and How to Overcome a Difficult Birthing Experience

Chick Chat: The Baby Chick Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 57:52


Birth trauma. It's a real thing, and everyone's trauma is valid. According to research, up to 34% of women report their birth being traumatic. That's 1 in 3 women. And that is heartbreaking. Not enough people have heard about birth trauma, so today, we are so grateful to chat with Teela Tomassetti, a psychologist from Alberta Canada, and the name and face behind the Instagram account @theteaonbirthtrauma. Teela has spent the last 15 years specializing in various forms of trauma therapy such as domestic violence, childhood sexual abuse, tragic losses, and sexual assault. A few years ago, Teela decided to pursue her Doctorate with a specialty in birth trauma. Since then, Teela has made it her mission to create a safe space to explore birth trauma survivors' experiences, support them in discovering their healing, and shed light on this topic. Today's episode is all about birth trauma and how to overcome a difficult birthing experience. I am honored to chat with Teela about this. She shares some incredible insight and research, as well as her own traumatic childbirth experience. You will leave this episode so much more knowledgeable, compassionate, and empathic to all birthing trauma survivors.

Better Sex
210: Colonization and its Impact on Modern Sexuality – Anne Mauro

Better Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 29:03


Colonization and Its Impact on Modern Sexuality We tend to think of colonization as something that happened and is over and is done, without realizing that it set up processes and expectations, beliefs, and systems of thought that we are still living with in this current day. This has created historical trauma that remains today. There is a legacy of shame and of limitations that came with settlers in North America. Anne Mauro has been studying this, and we talk about this whole concept of the sexuality that the settlers brought in and what this has come to mean for all of us. We discuss the ways in which it could be manifesting and limiting us, and how it is certainly impacting how people of color, women of color are treated still in this culture. What is settler sexuality? We know that when the settlers arrived in North America, some were coming for a better life and to avoid persecution for their own religious beliefs. And when they arrived, they had their own ideas of what sexuality was, and a lot of that was a belief that it was solely for procreation. But with indigenous people, they saw two spirit people, or a matrilineal model, instead of a patriarchal model. They saw homosexuality, and they saw indigenous people engaging in sexual play outside of marriage. They were completely appalled by this. Their idea of sexuality was no sex before marriage, you are property of your father until you're married, and then you are property of your husband. “We don't want you masturbating, or talking about menstruation, that is bad. You're not supposed to be nude. You're not supposed to have inordinate affection, or too much desire or affection.” Also, women are supposed to dress a certain way. They're supposed to be homemakers and don't work outside of the house. You're supposed to stay a virgin, not just for the religious reasons, but there was economic value in virginity if you were seen as pure. The shame came across with the settlers If you didn't fall within the settler sexuality model, you could be publicly shamed, whipped, or tortured. People were burned for masturbation and for homosexuality. They were shamed for anything that was falling outside of this model. If you got caught, you could get in trouble. When the settlers came, they brought with them their own historical sexual trauma. Still impacting today Anne believes that with the sexual script that's inherited in American sexuality, there is a maltreatment especially of women of color, but of people of color in general. This legacy of the settler sexuality construct has dramatic impacts today, leaving people feeling like there is something wrong with themselves if they don't fit into it, and very few people do. Biography: Anne Mauro is a Licensed Couples and Family therapist, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator. She has earned her M.A from Antioch University Seattle (AUS) and a Doctorate of Human Sexuality from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Her private practice, Mending Connections, in Tacoma, Washington, specializes in couples counseling and sex therapy. Anne serves as adjunct faculty at AUS, where she created and taught a course titled Colonization and Sex for the Sexuality Certificate Program. Additionally, Anne works in the Couples and Family Therapy program providing clinical supervision to graduate student interns. In partnership with a colleague, Anne is an American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) continuing education (CEU) provider. Through this venture, Anne co-created the Beyond Settler Sex Sexually Attitude Reassessment (SAR). Her first Routledge publication, More Than Ebony and Ivory: Complexities of sex therapy with interracial couples, can be found in An Intersectional Approach to Sex Therapy: Centering the lives of indigenous, racialized, and people of color. Anne is working on her second publication, The Colonization of Black Sexuality: A clinician's guide to relearning and healing. Anne has served on the AASECT Awards Committee since 2018 and the AASECT Ethics Committee since 2021. Anne is an active WOCSHN member and one of the original members included on the WOCSHN Membership Directory, the first of its kind directory featuring Black, Indigenous, women of color in the sexuality field. In service of the profession, Anne is a member of AASECT Awards Committee and AASECT Ethics Committee. Resources and links: Anti-Racist Psychotherapy: https://amzn.to/2YjFKRW Healing the Soul Wound: https://amzn.to/3A7Va8V My Grandmother's Hands: https://amzn.to/2ZNcVxO Website: https://www.mendingmyconnections.com/ Instagram: @annemauro.cst.cse More info: The Desire Spa – https://thedesirespa.com Sex Health Quiz – https://www.sexhealthquiz.com  The Book – https://www.sexwithoutstress.com  Podcast Website – https://www.intimacywithease.com Access the Free webinar: How to want more sex without it feeling like a chore:  https://intimacywithease.com/masterclass Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/210-colonization-and-its-impact-on-modern-sexuality-anne-mauro

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections
#136: Dr. Matthew Raidbard-author Lead Like a Pro: Effective Leadership Styles for Athletic Coaches

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 71:25


Dr. Raidbard began coaching college basketball and pursuing his Master's degree (Educational Leadership) after graduating from Indiana University. With coaching stops at Western New Mexico, Dartmouth, Florida Gulf Coast, and Chicago State, he completed his Doctorate in Educational Leadership with a dissertation focusing on determiningg the best leadership style and behaviors for athletic coaches to practice. Today, Dr. Raidbard sits down with us to discuss effective leadership style for track coaches focusing on the leadership style and behaviors many of us think we are practicing versus the style/behavior we are actually practicing. You can find Lead Like a Pro on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Lead-Like-Pro-Effective-Leadership/dp/1645434109 Dr. Raidbard's website is: https://www.raidbardleadership.com/ Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: sales@gillathletics.com Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/

The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson
224 Dr. Nate McKee - Stenosis and Balance

The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 34:17


Spine specialist, Dr. Nate McKee shares a story about an active man with spinal stenosis causing a loss of balance.  Dr. McKee successfully treats this patient using Cox Technic. About Dr. McKee: Dr. Nate McKee grew up in Fort Wayne, IN. He was first introduced to the great state of Michigan, when he attended Albion College. At Albion College, Dr. Nate received his Bachelor's in Exercise Sciences. He then went onto National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL where he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic. While at National, he was actively involved in the Student American Chiropractic Association, and was President. During that involvement he lobbied in Washington, D.C. for rights and access for chiropractic patients such as: Veteran's access, underserved areas, Tricare, etc. Dr. Nate was also a school tutor for Head & Neck and Thoracic Evaluation, Management, and Manipulation courses for two years. During his clinical experience, Dr. Nate did a 2 month rotation at the Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, IN.  Dr. Nate has furthered his education and received a certification in Cox Decompression and Manipulation Technic. His education in Cox Technic allows him to treat various conditions of the neck, back, and knees such as but not limited to: disc herniations, spinal stenosis, post surgical pain, back pain related to pregnancy, headaches, and meniscal pain of the knee.  Dr. Nate is also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP®), which has equipped him with the training to treat and prevent sports injuries and to properly work with athletes.  Resources: www.mckeechirounlimited.com info@DrMichaelJohnson.com Find a Back Doctor The Cox 8 Table by Haven Medical thebackdoctorspodcast.com

The Thomistic Institute
How does the Mystery of the Incarnation Reveal the Trinity? | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 26:45


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given at the Angelicum in Rome last year. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

Jesus In the Morning
Pastor Tolan Morgan

Jesus In the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 180:00


Tolan Morgan was born into the world on November 29, 1974 in Detroit, MI. He is the son of Tommie L. Sr. and Hattie Morgan, and the youngest of six (6) children. At the age of nine (9), Tolan was born again as a result of accepting Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. He then joined the Faith Temple Baptist Church, where his father pastored.During his young adult years at Faith Temple, he taught Bible study for seven (7) years, and served as the minister of music for eleven (11) years. There his gifts as a teacher, musician, and composer would mature. Through the years, Tolan Morgan has appeared on the albums of various gospel music artists within the metropolitan Detroit area and abroad.In December 1995, Tolan Morgan graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor's degree in Communications & a minor in Philosophy. Yet, God would further reveal His purposes in this man's life when he acknowledged & announced his call from God to walk in the office of a preacher in July of 1997. On August 24, 1997, Tolan Morgan preached his initial sermon at the Sweet Kingdom Baptist Church, and was ordained in February of 1998. In August 2012, he received an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from St. Thomas Christian University of Jacksonville, Florida. He is a challenging, dynamic preacher. He is dedicated to the mission of leading others to Jesus Christ through the Word of God.

Acta Non Verba
Dr. Franklin C. Annis: The Evolving Warfighter (Part 2)

Acta Non Verba

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 35:48


Dr. Franklin C. Annis returns to explore how the focus on violence in the foundational culture of the military separates them from the rest of American culture and the importance of finding common ground as a society. Listen in as Dr. Annis and I dive into the philosophy of America and why it's so important, how Dr. Annis recovered from homelessness, and the advantage to knowing you are resilient. Dr. Franklin C. Annis holds a Doctorate in Education (EdD) from Northcentral University. For almost a decade, he has been researching Army education theory concerning the Army Leader Development Model (ALDM). He is conducting research on improving the concept of Army Self-Development through improving the definition and suggesting practical self-development techniques. Dr. Annis is a veteran of Operational Iraqi Freedom having served as the 2nd Platoon Leader of the 313th Medical Company (Ground Ambulance) during OIF 9-11.   You can learn more about Dr. Annis and his work here: https://www.amazon.com/Franklin-Annis/e/B072358Q3D%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share   Learn more about the gift of Adversity and my mission to help my fellow humans create a better world by heading to www.marcusaureliusanderson.com. There you can take action by joining my ANV inner circle to get exclusive content and information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My New Life
A glimpse inside the Waldorf philosophy

My New Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 17:04


Waldorf education has become increasingly popular in recent decades. Supporters champion the creativity and independent thinking that it fosters, but some critics say it fails to prepare children for the “real” world, where things like competition and technology cannot be avoided.   Jessica Rolph welcomes Dr. Natasha Beck to today's episode. She holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and has a Master's in Public Health. Mom to three children and pregnant with her fourth, Dr. Beck is known to her social following as Dr. Organic Mommy, and much of her parenting is built around the principles of Waldorf.   Key Takeaways: [1:33] Why did Natasha choose a Waldorf school for her first child? [2:18] Natasha shares some of her favorite Waldorf teaching methods. [4:07] What are Waldorf children not doing, in contrast to other preschoolers? [5:38] Natasha explains how writing and reading instruction works in Waldorf schools. [8:16] Ways in which Waldorf teachers create a language-rich environment without defaulting to storybooks. [10:34] How can we bring some of the Waldorf philosophy and creativity into our homes? [12:26] In Waldorf, screen time is a huge no-no. So no movies, no devices, or any other screens are allowed at school or at home. What's the rationale behind that guideline? [14:25] At what age does Natasha recommend introducing some media?   Mentioned in this episode: Brought to you by Lovevery.com Dr. Organic Mommy

Baseball Outside the Box - Coaching Podcast
Current Major League Umpire Ted Barrett candid discussions with coach Caliendo.

Baseball Outside the Box - Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 87:56


Discussion: A must listen with a current MLB Umpire and a class act.   Not only a MLB umpire but a former Boxer, Football, Basketball player and a degree in Kinesiology. Not to mention a Doctorate in Theology. All this helped him become a very good Major League Baseball Umpire.   Sports he played and... The post Current Major League Umpire Ted Barrett candid discussions with coach Caliendo. appeared first on Baseball Outside The Box.

Profiles in Leadership
Tim Vidale, from homelessness to business owner, accomplished physical therapist and a leader in his field

Profiles in Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 61:10


Dr. Tim Vidale is the CEO of Momentous Sports Medicine and the former Physical Therapist and Assistant Rehab Coordinator for the Minnesota Twins. He is a graduate of Florida A&M University where he was a hurdler and decathlete on the track and field team. Dr. Vidale went on to attain his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rutgers University. Following graduation, Dr. Vidale relocated to Washington, D.C. where he earned his MBA from George Washington University. He attained the FAAOMPT distinction through the Institute for Athlete Regeneration. Prior to that he operated a sports Physical Therapy clinic in Washington, DC, while also serving as an Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Howard University. He was the Head Physical Therapist for the DC Slayers and DC Furies Rugby clubs from 2012-2016 and served Team USA as a Physical Therapist at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada with the United States Olympic Committee. He also currently serves as the Physical Therapist for USA Softball National team. Dr. Vidale is a published author, with publications in internationally distributed textbooks and scholarly journals and is also a content reviewer for the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. Dr. Vidale is trained in Functional Dry Needling and is well versed in treating sports and orthopedic injuries. He sits on the State Board of Physical Therapy for Washington, DC, and currently serves as on the Nominating Committee for the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy. Dr. Vidale is also the chairman of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and serves on the Practice Committee in the AASPT, and is also involved in the American Physical Therapy Association, American College of Sports Medicine and the Private Practice Section. He resides in Washington, DC with his wife, Jeanna and daughters, Taryn and Sage.

The Thomistic Institute
Aquinas on the Incarnation: Part II | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 46:54


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given on November 14, 2015 as part of the Thomistic Circles conference "The Wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas" in New York City. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

The Thomistic Institute
Aquinas on the Incarnation: Part I | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 38:18


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given on November 14, 2015 as part of the Thomistic Circles conference "The Wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas" in New York City. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

Successful Diligence
The Successful Diligence™ Podcast Episode 450: Living Well Through the Power of Questions with Dr. Bryan McElderry

Successful Diligence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 45:02


Dr. Bryan McElderry is a holistic life and business coach, speaker, podcaster, author and founder of 3 businesses: McElderry Ventures, Alchemy Credit Solutions and Zyer Investments. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Morehouse College, he went on to earn a Doctorate in Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. In 2016, shortly after pharmacy school graduation and the passing of his grandmother from mismanagement of medications, he founded his holistic health coaching practice, Envizion Health which enabled him to part ways with the practice of pharmacy only after a year post graduation. Fast forward to November 2018, after realizing many of his making changes outside of the health aspect and became more deeply interested in improving their relationships, personal development, and fulfillment/happiness in life and Dr Bryan's life + business coaching practice was born. Current;y, in addition to all this, Dr Bryan's Alchemy Mastermind is the primary house where he helps thought leaders, coaches, consultants, and career professionals break internal barriers, shift their identity, uncover their zone of genius & turn their PURPOSE into PROFIT. In addition to his businesses Dr Bryan is a sought after speaker both virtually and on Clubhouse as well as in pre and post COVID in person venues. For more of Dr. Bryan: Website: https://www.bryanmcelderry.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmcelderry Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bryanmcelderry Twitter: https://twitter.com/drmcelderry For ALL things Successful Diligence: https://linktr.ee/shelmy_life - Podcast listeners get 50% off ALL paid courses available in the school: https://successful-diligence.teachable.com ** (Code: Podcast50) Sign up for the Successful Diligence™ Newsletter so you never miss a thing! https://successfuldiligence.ck.page/ We appreciate your support! Every penny helps and really does help and make a difference! https://anchor.fm/successfuldiligence/support OR https://www.buymeacoffee.com/diligence ~ Thank you for listening and sharing! Copyright © 2021 Successful Diligence™, LLC All rights reserved. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/successfuldiligence/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/successfuldiligence/support

The Pastor Theologians Podcast
Deconstruction and the Beauty of Christian Theism

The Pastor Theologians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 38:03


CPT fellow Gavin Ortlund returns to the podcast to discuss his new book Why God Makes Sense in a World  That Doesn't: The Beauty of Christian Theism. We discuss why Gavin became interested in apologetics. What are different kinds of faith crises and unique situations that bring various people to a place where they might find a work of apologetics helpful. What is the role of beauty in apologetics? How can we  use our desires and intuitions around transcendence be used in "abductive" arguments for the faith?We also touch on recent discussions around the term "deconstruction." When can deconstruction be a good thing? When is it not? How does diversity of experience factor into these conversations?

Earth Ancients
Destiny: Shelly Kaehr, Blast from the Past: Healing Spontaneous Past Life Memories

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 89:48


Remember Past Lives and Heal Trauma Without a Regression SessionLike many people all over the world, you have probably experienced Supretrovie― spontaneous past life recall―and perhaps not even realized it. Now you can turn that experience into an opportunity for transformative healing using this book's impressive collection of research, case studies, and hands-on exercises.Sudden sickness when visiting a specific location, bad vibes when boarding a ship, and unexplainable emotions when meeting someone new are classic examples of Supretrovie. Blast from the Past shows you how to identify when it happens and use it to explore your previous lives without a regression session. Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD, teaches you how to use gemstones, journaling, and travel to induce past life recall, and she helps you recognize others on a soul level. You'll also learn to cut ties to harmful former lives, resolve lingering trauma, and more.Includes a Foreword by Bryn Blankinship, author of The Limitless SoulFor two decades, Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD (Dallas, TX) has worked with thousands of people around the world helping them achieve greater peace and happiness in their lives. A world-renowned past-life regressionist, Dr. Shelley's method of combining energy work with hypnosis has been endorsed by numerous leaders in the field of consciousness, including near-death experience pioneer Dr. Raymond Moody and Dr. Brian Weiss. She received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Parapsychic Science from the American Institute of Holistic Theology in 2001.

Uninvisible with Lauren Freedman
142: Racism Is A Public Health Crisis with Dr. Faith Crittenden

Uninvisible with Lauren Freedman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 40:03


Faith Crittenden, MD MPH is a recently-graduated pediatric resident with her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. While a student, she was an active member of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and the American Medical Association (AMA). In 2016, she was appointed as the national liaison for SNMA to AMA — Medical Student Section. She has helped the progression of organized medicine in many ways — most recently is a co-author on several historic policies passed through the AMA House of Delegates, such as: Racism is a Public Health Threat, Racial Essentialism, and Combating Police Brutality. This year, she also added Combating Natural Hair and Cultural Headwear Discrimination in Medical Professionalism to this list. Faith was also the Deputy Editor for the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine March 2021 preventative medicine issue. This TedX alumna has also landed coverage around the country through op-eds and articles featured in Health Affairs, Hartford Courant, CT Mirror, Yale Daily, and In-training.org. Faith knows that in order to change the culture of medicine, we must evaluate and critique the health policies of the past, present, and future. In April 2020, she launched a podcast called Coloring Health Policy which focuses on how health policy impacts minority communities, both domestically and internationally. Faith holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, Minor in molecular cell biology with Honors from the University of Connecticut, and Masters of Public Health in Health Policy from Yale University. Tune in as Faith shares: how she has confronted trauma-informed services in healthcare, and how her early experience shaped her interest in medicine the importance of prioritizing mental health care about her historic role in having racism declared a public health crisis by the AMA how hard she and her team worked to have this policy passed by the AMA her hope that more BIPOC train as physicians in the future — and that these recent policy declarations can help pave the way how to get involved in activism locally, to support ongoing work in racial justice and healing the role of Black men in healthcare reform in America where her advocacy work is headed next: to addressing natural hair and cultural headwear discrimination 

The Past Lives Podcast
The Past Lives Podcast Ep190 Shelley Kaehr

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 63:25


Reincarnation. This week I am talking to Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD about her new book 'Blast from the Past: Healing Spontaneous Past Life Memories'.Like many people all over the world, you have probably experienced Supretrovie— spontaneous past life recall—and perhaps not even realized it. Now you can turn that experience into an opportunity for transformative healing using this book's impressive collection of research, case studies, and hands-on exercises.Sudden sickness when visiting a specific location, bad vibes when boarding a ship, and unexplainable emotions when meeting someone new are classic examples of Supretrovie. Blast from the Past shows you how to identify when it happens and use it to explore your previous lives without a regression session. Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD, teaches you how to use gemstones, journaling, and travel to induce past life recall, and she helps you recognize others on a soul level. You'll also learn to cut ties to harmful former lives, resolve lingering trauma, and more.BioFor two decades, Shelley A. Kaehr, PhD (Dallas, TX) has worked with thousands of people around the world helping them achieve greater peace and happiness in their lives. A worldrenowned past-life regressionist, Dr. Shelley's method of combining energy work with hypnosis has been endorsed by numerous leaders in the field of consciousness, including near-death experience pioneer Dr. Raymond Moody and Dr. Brian Weiss. She received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Parapsychic Science from the American Institute of Holistic Theology in 2001.https://pastlifelady.com/https://www.amazon.com/Blast-Past-Healing-Spontaneous-Memories-ebook/dp/B08TWZS8KB/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Blast+from+the+Past%3A+Healing+Spontaneous+Past+Life+Memories&qid=1639754784&sr=8-1http://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcasthttps://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/the-past-lives-podcast