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It's Not About Food
Episode 148: Creativity with Special Guest Osha Hayden

It's Not About Food

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 29:23


Osha Hayden is host and producer of the Aspire With Osha: art, nature, humanity podcast and is a Certified Life Coach who is passionate about empowering positive change. Her background as psychotherapist, mediator, trainer and artist informs her work. She earned an M.A. in Psychology, Couple and Family Therapy.Visit her here:https://oshahayden.comhttps://www.facebook.com/osha.hayden/https://www.instagram.com/aspirewithosha/ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Talk Therapy CBT
Episode 49: Family Therapy

Talk Therapy CBT

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 45:19


The first episode of an ongoing series where Dr. Raffa and Mr. D examine Dr. Salvador Minuchin's structural family therapyWelcome to Talk Therapy CBT | Conversation about Educating, Connecting, Helping Individuals to the World of Psychology.We would like to thanks our sponsor : Dr. Alba Raphaela, you can buy her book about : Breaking the Mirror : A Story & Guide on how to recognize and deal with a narcissist. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09HFRNWYC/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_3NW8EE01F8A6G4KGNW56This podcast is sponsored by (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/) -  Inner Balance Psychology Center, Psychological Treatment and Evaluations for Children, Adolescents and AdultsAs solution-focused therapists, our goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.Follow Us on Social Media:Blog : (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/blog/ )FAQs : ( https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/faqs/ )Facebook : (https://www.facebook.com/ibpcllc)Instagram : (https://www.Instagram.com/innerbalancepsychology) Check out our website for more information :  (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/) or email Dr. Raffa : (dawnraffa@innerbalancepsychology.com)This podcast is hosted by  and produced by (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/) Please consider subscribing and sharing this episode if you found it entertaining or informative. If you want to go the extra mile, you can leave us a rating or review which helps the show with rankings and algorithms on certain platforms. you can leave us a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts  Launch Your Podcast App Grab your phone and open up your Apple Podcast app – it's a purple icon with a radiating “i” on it. If you can't find it already installed on your phone, simply search for it in your app store. You can even just click here if you're on an Apple device.Locate the search bar and enter “Talk Therapy CBT” When the app is open, go down to the little magnifying glass icon in the bottom right corner to search. Type in “Talk Therapy CBT” When you see the album art for the cover, simply select it and you'll be taken to the podcast's homepage.Leave a Rating and a Review Once you're there, click on the stars for a rating (5 stars for top rating) and then scroll to the bottom, past someone else's review, and you'll see clickable text, “Write a Review.” Hit submit.  Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Our Podcast Page : (https://www.innerbalancepsychology.com/ )( Subscribe with Apple Podcast )( Follow on Spotify )( Subscribe with Stitcher )( Subscribe on IHeartRadio )( Listen on other streaming platforms ) DISCLAIMEROpinions expressed are solely the hosts and guest(s) and do not represent or express the views or opinions of Inner Balance Psychology

The Hormone Genius Podcast
S3 Ep. 16: Women's Mental Health, Trauma, PTSD, and more with Kitty Eisenbeil

The Hormone Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 55:19


Have you experienced mental illness around birth, post partum, or even your menstrual cycles? Do your know the difference between big T trauma, and little T trauma? Do you know steps you can take to help with past trauma? In this episode you will understand how your body, and your hormones are working to tell you what is going on both mentally and physically. If you feel like your doctor doesn't understand how hormones effect your mood and mental health, then you really want to listen to this amazing episode with Kitty Eisenbeil. She will empower you with information and allow you to take charge of your mental health! Kitty Eisenbeil, LIMHP, LMFT, earned a Master of Art Degree in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of St Thomas, St Paul MN and completed her training for licensure in Las Vegas, NV. As a military spouse, she has worked all over the country and maintains licensure in four states. Kitty has over 12 years of experience in mental health facilities, working with the military, in private practice and with mental health agencies. Kitty has trained extensively in trauma therapy, utilizing EMDR, Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), Parts Psychology and military resilience training. ttps://www.emdria.org/ https://acceleratedresolutiontherapy.com/ https://www.remedyhealth.net/ Opinions, statements, and beliefs of our interviewees are not necessarily a reflection of the HG podcast's beliefs and opinions as a whole. Medical disclaimer: The information presented in The Hormone Genius Podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for actual medical or mental health advice from a doctor, psychologist, or any other medical or mental health professional.

My Child is an Addict: A Parent-to-Parent Podcast

FAMILY THERAPY is the topic of discussion during this Parent Support Group meeting.  Mothers and fathers of children with a mental health condition or substance use disorder, talk about their experiences with family therapy. Erin Goodhart, the Executive Director of Core Programming at Caron Treatment Centers joins the meeting.  Podcast Disclaimer The Parent-to-Parent Podcasts are provided as a service to you from other parents and do not represent professional clinical advice. The views and opinions expressed in the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts are not necessarily those of Caron or its affiliates. Nothing contained in the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts is intended to be instructional for clinical diagnosis or treatment. The information should not be considered complete, nor should it be relied on to suggest a course of treatment for a particular individual. It should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation or the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider. You should never disregard clinical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard or read in the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts. Caron and its affiliates are neither responsible nor liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special, exemplary, punitive, or other damages arising out of or relating in any way to the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts, content or information contained therein or any hyperlinked web site. Your sole remedy for dissatisfaction with the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts, content or information contained therein, and/or hyperlinked web sites is to stop using the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts or hyperlinked web sites. Please be advised that the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts may be protected by federal and international copyright or other laws, and your right to reprint, republish, modify, reproduce, or distribute the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts may be limited accordingly.

A Quest for Well-Being
Healing & Transforming Following Betrayal Trauma

A Quest for Well-Being

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 41:35


— In her practice, Shannon Shiels specializes in fostering personal growth and enriching relationships between people. Clients often go to her for assistance in navigating difficult or unexpected life transitions. Being a mediator by nature allows Shannon to connect with clients warmly and compassionately. As a therapist, she specializes in working with people who are experiencing anxiety, perfectionism, shame, issues related to their families of origin, betrayal trauma, and hidden abuse. She helps clients with relational struggles to identify their negative interaction cycles and communicate more effectively. Valeria interviews Shannon Shiels  — She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Texas. Shannon received her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology from Texas Christian University and her Masters of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Wesleyan University. She owns a Highland Family Counseling, a private counseling practice in Grapevine, Texas. Before opening her private practice Shannon counseled individuals and their families receiving psychological treatment in both the hospital and outpatient level of care. Some of Shannon's work was featured in the book Solution Focused Narrative Therapy by Linda Metcalf. Shannon has advanced training in Emotion Focused Therapy and Gottman Method Couples Therapy. She is a Gottman Seven Principles Program leader and is trained as a PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator for premarital counseling. Shannon works primarily with couples and individuals struggling with relational issues and has a special interest in helping others heal and transform from the pain of relational trauma and betrayal. To learn more about Shannon Shiels and her work, please visit: highlandfamilycounseling.com                 — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well. 

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
WKPWP - AEW Dynamite Post-Show w/Keller & Sage: On-site reports from Jay Briscoe tribute match, Hangman promo, Family Therapy, MJF-Danielson

Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 150:24


PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by PWTorch's Tyler Sage as guest co-host. They begin with a conversation about the Jay Briscoe tribute on Dynamite. They were then joined by Javier Machado and Sean Radican for back-to-back segments to get more perspective and details on the Briscoe tribute and the Briscoe Brothers' legacy. Then they talked with three on-site correspondents who attended the show, giving details on crowd reactions, what they thought were the highs and lows of the experience, and also Rampage spoilers (with a spoiler warning). They also read Mailbag questions and comments throughout. Other key topics included the latest Hangman Page promo, the MJF-Bryan Danielson angle after the Brian Cage vs. Danielson match, the Family Therapy segment, and more.

WhatCulture Wrestling
Ups & Downs - AEW Dynamite (Jan 25)

WhatCulture Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 22:48


Our AEW Dynamite review as Simon Miller talks about Mark Briscoe vs. Jay Lethal, Darby Allin vs. Buddy Matthews, Bryan Danielson vs. Brian Cage, Action Andretti and Ricky Starks vs. Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara, Ruby Riott vs. Toni Storm, JungleHook vs. "All Ego" Ethan Page and Matt Hardy, Family Therapy featuring The Gunns & The Acclaimed, and much more...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@SimonMiller316@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Grief 2 Growth
NDE and Poly-Trauma Survivor- Brooke Grove

Grief 2 Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 78:15 Transcription Available


Brooke Grove is an NDE and trauma survivor who speaks frankly, succinctly, and brilliantly on this mess, we call humanity. Marrying the holy with the human, Brooke helps people heal through a blend of art and science. I love listening to Brook, and I'm thrilled to finally get her on Grief 2 Growth.Brooke is also a multi-disciplinary integrative healer and writer in co-creation with Spirit.A former psychotherapist, Brooke has advanced degrees in Clinical Psychology, Marital and Family Therapy, and Clinical Art Therapy, enhanced by numerous post-graduate certifications, including, yet not limited to, Shamanic Energy Medicine, Quantum Fieldwork, and Transpersonal Neuroscience. Brooke has been featured on many podcasts, YouTube interviews, documentaries, and IANDS conferences. She is currently writing her first book. Brooke maintains a private, international healing practice, offering remote services, wherein her goal is to explore, transmute and empower the evolution of human consciousness through gratitude, service, and Light.

Married 2.0
95. Reclaiming Your Voice & Step Into Your Power

Married 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 27:28


Cheryl A. Clarke is a Psychotherapist, an Un-stuck Coach, and the founder of the Speak Your Power Now Program which encompasses Live Seminars, Webinars, Coaching and Teaching Courses. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the College of New Rochelle, a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mercy College and is currently pursuing her Doctoral Degree in Organizational Studies from Columbia International University. She inspires, motivates, and engages individuals to make a difference in their lives by using their stories to heal and become unstuck in their communication. She is a wife and a mother of 6 adult children. Connect with Cheryl A. Clarke Website: https://speakyourpowernow.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherylaclarke/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cheryl.clarke.3538 Resources Community Membership: https://academy.speakyourpowernow.com/register/learners-community-membership/ Programs: https://speakyourpowernow.com/programs/ Courses: https://speakyourpowernow.com/courses/ Connect with Amy Sanders Website: www.amysanders.co Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachamysanders/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/luckysanders/ Thrive Club: Mastering Coaching, Mindset & Manifesting https://www.facebook.com/groups/261373872245132: Rate this podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/thriveherpodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thriveher/support

WhatCulture Wrestling
AEW Dynamite Preview - Mark Briscoe Vs. Jay Lethal! Le Sex Gods Back In Action! Will Brian Cage BREAK Bryan Danielson's Arm? The Acclaimed's Family Therapy?!

WhatCulture Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 42:32


Adam and the Dadley Boyz preview tonight's AEW Dynamite and discuss...Mark Briscoe vs. Jay Lethal!Le Sex Gods back in action!Will Brian Cage BREAK Bryan Danielson's arm?Darby Allin defends the TNT Title!The Acclaimed's Family Therapy?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MichaelHamflett@MSidgwick@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Coffee with Keith: Helping LGBTQ+ Christians Heal Religious Trauma, Construct Authentic, Affirming Faith, and Develop Healthy

I am so very tickled to bring Molly Downs-Stoller back to the Coffee with Keith podcast.  Molly, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California,  received  her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Point Loma Nazarene University and a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego.  She has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years.In this episode, Molly and I discuss issues related to dating and relationship within the greater LGBTQ+ community.  So, grab your coffee and let's have a chat with Molly Downs-Stoller. To connect with Molly:Instagram: @lgbtqchristiantherapistTikTok: @lesbiantherapist email: mdowns@thechristiancloset.orgWebsite:  www.thechristiancloset.com My bio:  Molly Downs-Stoller — The Christian ClosetMolly also mentioned:Brene Bown podcasts: Click here for that.Book, "The Love Prescription." Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional nor am I a licensed therapist.  If you need either of those services, please consult a local professional.To connect with me on Instagram, visit here.To visit my website and learn moreSupport the podcast with just a $5 monthly gift and you can cancel at anytime.  Click Here.Grab Your FREE copy of 5 Questions Mixed Orientation Couples should ask.10 Questions you should ask yourself before coming out: Free Guide sheet.FREE Towardations to help with mindsetFree Support Group: Rainbow Champions Community Free: 7 Journal prompts for bisexualsHow to Handle Conflict: Digital Course"Coming Out" : 1-on-1 CoachingThe Queer Life: 1-on-1 Coaching for any season of life"Jumpstart your Healing: Bridging the gap between  faith and identity" 1-on-1 Coaching"Bisexual Relationship Coaching"-Couple's CoachingAlthough I limit the number of folks I work with individually each month, it still remains one of my favorite things I do. For over 30+ years I have worked with people either in person or online, helping them navigate the troubles of life, specifically around sexual identity and faith. With that in mind, I want to encourage you to check out the links in the show notes and see how you and I can work together. You can also visit www.JKeithBrown.com and look under coaching. There are three ways to support this podcast: 1) Give it a honest 5-star rating and review on whatever platform you use, 2) share the podcast with your friends, and 3) join our "Coffee Club" with just a $5 a month membership on Patreon. Thanks and blessings, Keith

Sunday Night's Main Event
All Elite Weekly 180 - The Fast and the Furious (episode of Dynamite)

Sunday Night's Main Event

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 75:01


Yo... Dan and Joe here, with another stimulating All Elite Weekly pod covering the January 18th episode of AEW Dynamite. Topics include: s - This was very fast paced...it flew by - OC vs Lethal had some schtick and some good wrestling....but were they trying to troll the WWE with popcorn? - Top Flight vs The Young Bucks was a good match but seemed like a random booking - Family Therapy could be good...or horrible...and hope they call Dr Shelby - We like the tension between Renee and Hangman Page. - The Sammy/Garcia dynamic has jumped the shark - We argue about whether or not MJF is picking opponents for Daneilson - MJF is great on the mic...he's great in the ring...but Joe is done with it....same old same old - It looks like AEW is leaning into a Saraya heal turn...and that makes sense - The Darby/Kushida match made sense and we woud definitely be into another match between those two - Ratings chat - We pay our respects to Jay Briscoe   For those of you listening to the free feed, welcome aboard and if you like what you hear, join our patreon at patreon.com/snmeradio. For as little as $1/week...you get all your wrestling needs. For those of you who are already patrons...thank you for your continued support!! Lastly....please send prayers (if you partake) or positive energy to Jay's daughters who were also in the accident with Jay. PEACE!!

WhatCulture Wrestling
AEW Dynamite Review - SHOCKING Heel Turn! Danielson & Bandido Put On A CLASSIC! Darby Allin Vs. KUSHIDA! Daddy Ass Demands Family Therapy?!

WhatCulture Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 85:09


Adam and the Dadley Boyz review last night's episode of AEW Dynamite and discuss...SHOCKING heel turn on Dynamite!Danielson & Bandido put on a CLASSIC!Darby Allin vs. KUSHIDA!Top Flight STUN The Young Bucks!Daddy Ass demands family therapy?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MichaelHamflett@MSidgwick@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Workin' On It with Meghan Trainor & Ryan Trainor
Workin' On Family Therapy with Daryl Sabara

Workin' On It with Meghan Trainor & Ryan Trainor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 57:54


This week daddy Daryl stops by for a last minute family therapy session. He opens up about some childhood trauma and his journey with sobriety. Follow, Follow, Follow!Workin' On It @workinonitpodMeghan Trainor @meghan_trainorRyan Trainor @ryan.trainorRyan's Twitch: https://m.twitch.tv/ryantrainor Daryl Sabara @DarylSabaraSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A More Beautiful Life with Kate White
Episode 55: Birthing Wisdom with Shanna Williams and Elisheva Khalfin Elbaz

A More Beautiful Life with Kate White

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 35:27


This episode features a conversation with two practitioners:Elisheva Rose Khalfin Elbaz, MSc, BCST, PLC, PPNE, PPNP (they/them): "My personal experience with pregnancy loss in my early twenties and my family lineages of healing practice inspired me to do this work. I started my practice in 2011, and I am a somatics practitioner, craniosacral therapist, full-spectrum doula, and facilitator. I am also a student of traditional Yehudi/Ivri healing practices. I work with parents, babies, and adults, healing trauma related to the perinatal period (preconception through postpartum) and childhood, intergenerational patterns, and supporting teens and adults in exploring gender and sexual identity. My academic background is in Narrative Medicine, and I used to teach clinical relational skills to medical students. I am Yehudi/Ivri and white European, with a mixed class background. I'm trans, queer, and neurodivergent. Witnessing the grave lack of embodied anti-racist education in perinatal psychology trainings, inspired me to co-create this project. I currently live on Lenni-Lenape land, in West Philadelphia, and grew up on Duwamish land, in Seattle, WA." See more about them at: elishevaelbaz.com Shanna M. Williams, LCSW, MEd, PMH-C (she/her) "My personal and professional experiences as an African American woman dealing with motherhood, mental health, trauma and resilience led me to develop my own business, S.W. Doula, in 2017. As the owner and lead practitioner, I provide integrative Perinatal wellness services, Lactation care, Clinical counseling and Professional consultation services to those at increased risk of negative emotional & physical health outcomes during pregnancy and the postpartum period. I also serve as an Adjunct Professor of Social work at Widener University, where I teach classes in Generalist Social Work Practice, Trauma Therapy and Family Therapy. Over the last 20 years or so, I have developed my experience in the fields of birthwork, sexuality education and counseling, diversity education, case management and psychotherapy. I am also a PhD Candidate at Widener University's Center for Social Work Education, where my research focuses on Black women, Maternal-infant health outcomes, pregnancy after loss and the impact of historical trauma. I serve as a member of several Perinatal focused community organizations, including Pettaway Pursuit Foundation and the Delaware County Breastfeeding Coalition. I currently reside in Delaware County, PA, but was born and raised in Wilmington, DE." myswdoula.comWe are talking about their new course: Birthing Wisdom: Caring for families and ourselves in the perinatal period. 

The Mind of A Therapist
A Young Couple Interviews an Older Couple with Glenda Earle and Dr. Ralph Earle, MDiv, PhD, ABPP, LMFT, CSAT

The Mind of A Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 42:53


Glenda Earle has found being a mom rewarding and challenging.  She had her hands full as a mother with a son that went to high school graduation barefoot and a daughter that holds a record for basketball rebounds.  She is a proud grandmother of five wonderful grandchildren and now two great grandchildren.     She co-lead Communication Skills classes for several years with her husband Ralph where she enjoyed watching the changes in relationships.  In the early years of her marriage she taught elementary school and has enjoyed travel with family throughout the years.     Dr. Ralph Earle is a noted family therapist and psychologist, author, and lecturer. He is past national president of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is an approved supervisor for the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists.   He is a national authority on sexual addiction with over 35 years experience working with sexual problems and works extensively with sex offenders.    Dr. Earle is an ordained minister and served on the board of directors of the Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute of St. John's University, Minneapolis, MN. He is the Founder and President of Psychological Counseling Services, Ltd. in Scottsdale, AZ.   https://pcsintensive.com/   Ralph Earle's Books - https://pcsintensive.com/pcs-library/   Terry Real's Book Us - https://www.amazon.com/Us-Getting-Build-Loving-Relationship/dp/0593233670/  

Street Cop Podcast
Episode 756: Put Your Mental Health First with Deana Kahle M.S., LMFT

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 51:21


On today's episode, Dennis speaks with President of Aboveboard Consulting, Deana Kahle a.k.a the "Cop Shrink". Deana has a mission in life; to alleviate suffering one person at a time. Having over 10 years of experience working with law enforcement and fire service agencies she is particularly passionate about the unique challenges within the first responder culture. Deana holds a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University and a Marriage and Family Therapy license in the state of California. Deana's foundational perspective is that optimal wellness is an active pursuit to understand and achieve your full potential in all aspects of life. Her role is to educate, offer perspective and suggest tools for first responders to live a fulfilled life with ease. Today, Deana discusses her life story and what inspired her to become a therapist and help first responders, why its important to put yourself first in order to be the best spouse and parent you can be, way to start improving your life immediately and the impact of being present in your children's life has on them. Find out more about Deana & Aboveboard Consulting here: https://aboveboardconsulting.com/ If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps! Sign up for classes here: https://streetcoptraining.com/course-list/Follow our podcast here: https://streetcoptraining.com/street-cop-podcast/ or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/street-cop-podcast/id1538474515

Coping 101
Coping 101: Socially Just Family Therapy

Coping 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 42:34


Families are complicated, whatever they may look like. On a mission to help families heal and understand one another is Dr. Anthony Pennant - Marriage and Family Therapist, Faculty member at Antioch University and Director of A Place for Us online therapy group. In addition to specializing in Structural Family Therapy with emphasis on LGBTQ+ youth and their families, Anthony practices Socially Just Therapy - a way to understand and normalize the spectrum of social identities and how they impact a person's life. In this episode our students uncover all sorts of practical tips for improving family dynamics especially when intersecting stigmas are a factor.   Presented by C89.5 in partnership with Seattle Children's, Coping 101 is an ongoing series led by students in Nathan Hale High School's Radio class that destigmatizes mental health from a teen's perspective, made possible with support from Crisis Connections, Carter Subaru, Hansmire Builders and Audian.   No matter our age or background we all face challenges, and there are healthy ways to cope. Get started with more episodes, and find resources to help you improve your family connections, online at c895.org/coping101 More about A Place For Us: aplaceforus.squarespace.com More family therapy resources: Coping 101 - Positive Family Connections More about Lambert House: lamberthouse.org

Mama Says Namaste Podcast
Desire-Driven Direction

Mama Says Namaste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 38:02


Goals, words of the year...what do they really do for you? Do they inspire you or intimidate you? Is it freeing and exciting, or stifling? We'll walk you through what goals mean for us, what words and mantras we've focused on over the past 8 years, and what we're focusing on this year, along with a different twist on it all we invite you to explore for your own family. 

Seemingly Ordinary
120. Adam Clement -- Marriage Therapist

Seemingly Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 164:33


Adam Clement is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist (LCMFT). He received a B.S. in Personal Financial Planning at Kansas State University and a M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Abilene Christian University.  He has been practicing in Kansas City since 2014.In this interview, Adam goes into depth about several primal emotions, like fear, anger, disgust, hurt, shame, and sadness. What he knows is deeply helpful for many. It's easy to see how he helps everyone from couples to people with a variety of problems.(This episode was recorded in December 2022.)

The Entrepreneur’s Café: Creating True Wealth from the Inside Out
“Rick Carson: Author, Taming Your Gremlin® - Managing Overwhelm”

The Entrepreneur’s Café: Creating True Wealth from the Inside Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 27:40


In this episode, Erica Ross-Krieger interviews Rick Carson, psychologist and author of Taming Your Gremlin®: A Surprisingly Simple Method for Getting Out of Your Own Way, and founder of The Gremlin Taming Institute. Listen in as Rick shares: • How to deal with overwhelm by managing your intention.• The Zen Theory of Change.• An overview of the Gremlin Taming Method and how it provides freedom from self-defeating behaviors and beliefs.• The power of Simply Noticing and the importance of practice.• A peek into the 2nd book, A Master Class in Gremlin Taming.  Key Takeaways:• The Gremlin Taming Method is form of directing your attention to your physical experience. Accentuating this is a key first step. It's “mindfulness” in action.• The breath can be both a barometer/indicator as well as a regulator.• Practicing the Gremlin Taming Method, breath to breath, helps us get out of our own way.• The Gremlin Taming Method is simple, but it's not necessarily easy.• We can find Rick Carson and his upcoming classes, on his website and his Facebook page.  Connect with Rick Carson:Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tamingyourgremlinWebsite: http://www.tamingyourgremlin.comEmail: support@tamingyourgremlin.com  Richard D. Carson, BioFor over four decades, Rick has been a practicing psychotherapist, personal/executive coach, seminar leader, and consultant to businesses, nonprofit organizations, several US government agencies, and more. He's conducted presentations at the behest of organizations in the US, Europe, and the Middle East.Rick Carson is the author of four HarperCollins books. His seminal work, Taming Your Gremlin®, has had a remarkable track record, having been a top seller for Harper since its publication in 1984. It has been translated into several languages, leading to a Revised Edition in 2003 and a sequel, A Master Class in Gremlin- Taming®, (HarperCollins 2008).Rick is a Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a former faculty member at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and a founder of the Gremlin-Taming Institute.

Grow Your Nutrition Business
#141 Prioritizing Mindset & Mental Health In Your Gym & Nutrition Coaching Program with Dr. Christina Migliara

Grow Your Nutrition Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 35:28


Today's podcast guest is Dr. Christina Migliara. She has a Ph.D. in General Psychology, Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and multiple state and national-level certifications related to mental health. Christina is a CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, a USAW Level 1 Coach, and is the owner of CrossFit Tailwinds. She takes a deep dive into why gym owners and healthcare professionals need to prioritize mental health in their gyms and coaching businesses, and how to identify signs and symptoms of anxiety and depression to better support those struggling in their gyms. She explained that mental and physical health are connected, and that gym owners should create a safe and inclusive environment. Additionally, they should be aware of common signs of anxiety and depression, such as changes in behavior, physical transformation, and isolation. Finally, she stressed the connection between community-based fitness and mental health, as it promotes bonding and releases hormones that reduce anxiety and depression. "The truth is that mental and physical health go hand in hand and if anything, I would argue that the mind is probably more important than the body for the sheer fact of it's the leader, right? So if the mind is right, then the body will follow." - Dr. Christina Migliara In this episode, you'll learn the following: How has the pandemic exposed mental health issues and how to create a safe space in your gym? Why should why owners care about mental health? What role can a CrossFit affiliate or boutique fitness facility have in mental health? What signs and symptoms can gym owners look out for to help recognize members struggling with mental health issues? Blog post: https://growyournutritionbusiness.com/podcast-episode-141-prioritizing-mindset-mental-health-in-your-gym-nutrition-coaching-program/   Join The MentalFit & Mindset Course Waitlist HERE | https://forms.gle/neP52BbgBSWYRRZX9   ▼ ▽ Free Help FREE Training For Gym Owners To Build A Nutrition Coaching Program In A Gym HERE | https://growyournutritionbusiness.com/free-webinar-building-a-nutrition-coaching-program/     ▼ ▽ Connect With Us HSN Mentoring Instagram HERE | https://www.instagram.com/hsn_mentoring/ Healthy Steps Nutrition Instagram HERE | https://www.instagram.com/healthystepsnutrition/ Nicole Aucoin Instagram HERE | https://www.instagram.com/nicole_rd_hsn/    ▼ ▽ Healthy Steps Nutrition & HSN Mentoring We believe something as fundamental as nutrition shouldn't be complicated, which is why we focus on a simple habit-based approach.    We know that helping you become the best and healthiest version of yourself isn't just about telling you what to eat or going to the gym a few hours a week. Our holistic coaching program addresses nutrition, mindset, sleep, daily movement, support system and lifestyle paired with our expert coaches for accountability and support. Our mission is to help one million people take control of their health one step at a time.    In order to do that, we need gym owners and coaches with their boots on the ground, using the Healthy Steps Nutrition framework to empower their communities to make health a way of life.  HSN Mentoring provides a turn-key solution for gym owners to build, launch and grow a professional nutrition coaching program in their gym, including training, business systems, nutrition coach certification, an exclusive app to manage clients, and ongoing mentoring.    ▼ ▽ How It Works With Healthy Steps Nutrition Mentoring: Book a FREE discovery call {For Gym Owners Only} HERE | https://growyournutritionbusiness.com/book-a-free-call Complete the training includes online modules, mentoring calls, and 6-weeks of nutrition coaching at HSN HQ Launch your professional nutrition program, help your members see faster results, increase retention and add a revenue stream  

The Race for the Ring
Layers of Love

The Race for the Ring

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 33:36


This week on Race for the Ring, Mindie is joined by relationship scientist, author, and marriage and family therapist, Dr. Marisa T. Cohen!Dr. Cohen founded Embracing Change Marriage and Family Therapy which provides therapeutic services to individuals, couples, and families. She also conducts relationship science research and consults with dating, relationship, and mental health apps. She is the author of From First Kiss to Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love, a book that relates relationship science to everyday experiences and real relationship issues confronted by couples.Dr. Cohen also works with individuals, couples, and families to address any obstacles they may be facing, assists them in setting goals, and helps them to enact plans to achieve their desired outcomes. She takes a collaborative, solution-focused approach to create a warm and open atmosphere, where clients feel comfortable sharing their stories and lived experiences. She also uses psychoeducation and various evidence-based interventions to help her clients reach their full potential.Listen closely as Dr. Marisa T. Cohen explains the different stages of a relationship, and also the importance of couples therapy and why you should consider now instead of waiting for your first REAL conflict. Follow Dr. Marisa T. Cohen:Website: https://www.marisatcohen.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarisaTCohen/Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarisaTCohenInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/marisatcohen/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marisatcohen/ Mindie BarnettWebsite: https://mbandassociatespr.com/Instagram: @mindie.barnettFollow The Race for the Ring PodcastInstagram: @racefortheringpodcast------------------------------------------------Produced by Liz HartshorneEdited by Danielle Gordon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mama Says Namaste Podcast
Better Support, Better Speech

Mama Says Namaste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 28:28


This week I talked with the Chief Knowledge Officer of Better Speech, Lenora Edwards, to hear about what they offer and tips for navigating speech, food and processing issues with kids. We talk about speech therapy, who all it helps, and how to support our kids at any level. 

The Real Common Treatable Podcast
Recovery High Schools With Ana Lankford, M.S., LMFT

The Real Common Treatable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 29:46


In this episode you learn:What a recovery high school isThe similarities and differences between recovery and traditional high schoolsWhether or not you should refer a client to a recovery high schoolThis episode featured links:Teen Recovery SolutionsThe Recovery Schools Network JD's email (jdfennell@teenrecoverysolutions.org)Ana Lankford, Program Director, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Master's Degree in Family and Child Studies, Marital and Family Therapy from the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) in Edmond, Okla. and a Bachelor's degree in Sociology/Substance Abuse Studies. Ana has extensive experience in family systems, co-dependence, childhood and adult trauma, addiction recovery, and marriage and family dynamics. Ana's prior work experience includes extensive case management, primary therapy, group facilitation, and serving as the clinical director of a residential treatment center for teenage girls. Ana has done comprehensive individual and group work on healing trauma, reconnecting with her authentic self, and understanding codependency, parenting, addiction recovery, and family dynamics. Ana has extensive experience with adolescents.Joe Don (JD) Fennell, Executive Director. JD is originally from Midwest City, OK after earning a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma State University, he set upon a career in Management Consulting where he worked across the U.S.A. for some of the nation's industry leaders. JD is in recovery and actively mentors dozens of men as well as occasionally teaches workshops on various aspects of recovery. JD is passionate about the mission at TRS as he has served on our Board of Directors in several capacities as a member of the Finance Committee, chair of the Governance committee and most recently Vice President of the Board. JD couldn't be more excited to help steer TRS into the future.

Slam the Gavel
Joan Kloth-Zanard Speaks Out On Fixing The Division To Stop The Corruption And Greed That Is Being Bred In Family Courtrooms

Slam the Gavel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 57:08


   Slam the Gavel welcomes Joan Kloth-Zanard to the podcast. She has a Masters Magna Cum Laude in Marriage and Family Therapy, a BS in Health and Psychology with a Minor in Business which includes extensive training and certification in Reunification Therapy and work with children. Joan has also been a Guardian Ad Litem and Certified as a Recovery Support Specialist in ABI.     Presently, Joan runs and manages a non-profit with over 50 chapters around the world. This 501 (c) (3) is an international non-profit organization for the Prevention, Intervention and Support of Survivors of abuse (www.pasintervention.com). Part of this work includes running online support groups for these Survivors of Abuse and in particular, Psychological Abuse since 1998.      Joan is an author of numerous articles and publications including two books. Her first book, "Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs? Dealing with Hostile Parenting and Parental Alienation," is now in its second edition. This book is a culmination of all her research and studies into the world of high conflict divorce. She is also the co-author of "Broken Family Bonds," which is a book of survivor's stories of alienation.   Joan has also created programs and tools to help with the prevention and intervention for the courts, counselors and families. She also continues to expand her education with extensive work  with families and children affected by Parental Alienation Syndrome and HAP.  She recommended, "we need to come together with more mediation and collaboration, reasonable conversation and proove-able research and need to address these issues properly regardless of GENDER."To Reach Joan Kloth-Zanard:  pasinterventoin@gmail.com (or aol.com)Supportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Support the showSupportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/

Slam the Gavel
Joan Kloth-Zanard Speaks Out On Fixing The Division To Stop The Corruption And Greed That Is Being Bred In The Family Courtrooms

Slam the Gavel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 57:08


Slam the Gavel welcomes Joan Kloth-Zanard to the podcast. She has a Masters Magna Cum Laude in Marriage and Family Therapy, a BS in Health and Psychology with a Minor in Business which includes extensive training and certification in Reunification Therapy and work with children. Joan has also been a Guardian Ad Litem and Certified as a Recovery Support Specialist in ABI. Presently, Joan runs and manages a non-profit with over 50 chapters around the world. This 501 (c) (3) is an international non-profit organization for the Prevention, Intervention and Support of Survivors of abuse (www.pasintervention.com). Part of this work includes running online support groups for these Survivors of Abuse and in particular, Psychological Abuse since 1998. Joan is an author of numerous articles and publications including two books. Her first book, "Where Did I Go Wrong? How Did I Miss The Signs? Dealing with Hostile Parenting and Parental Alienation," is now in its second edition. This book is a culmination of all her research and studies into the world of high conflict divorce. She is also the co-author of "Broken Family Bonds," which is a book of survivor's stories of alienation. Joan has also created programs and tools to help with the prevention and intervention for the courts, counselors and families. She also continues to expand her education with extensive work with families and children affected by Parental Alienation Syndrome and HAP. She recommended, "we need to come together with more mediation and collaboration, reasonable conversation and proove-able research and need to address these issues properly regardless of GENDER." To Reach Joan Kloth-Zanard: pasinterventoin@gmail.com (or aol.com) Supportshow(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri) http://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maryann-petri/support

Radical Abundance
Many Voices One Truth with Tracy Taris

Radical Abundance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 25:48 Transcription Available


Sometimes the world is a noisy place with many voices competing for our attention. But where is the truth and how can we hear the truth amidst the many voices? Tracy Taris is a licensed counselor and author of the book, Many Voice, One Truth. Connect with Tracy on Instagram at @healingthemindandspirit and @tracytaris and on her website at https://tracytaris.comGet your copy of Many Voices, One Truth on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3i38WGU (affiliate link).Don't forget today's sponsor is the Christian Creative Symposium. Find out more at http://christiancreativesymposium.comGuest Bio:Tracy Taris is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is president and owner of Healing The Mind & Spirit, Inc. where she leads a team of counselors. Her group practice is located in the Santa Clarita Valley where psychotherapy services are provided in the form of couples, family, individual, adolescent and child therapy as well as coaching services that cover a variety of topics from creative blocks, nutritional problems, and women's issues. Tracy is Author of Many Voices One Truth – a work that discusses choices in belief. In the book, Tracy discusses the problem of negative thoughts, where they originate, and how to differentiate between the different thoughts that invade your mind. Tracy teaches the reader how to still and calm not only their minds but their central nervous system using time-honored prayer and meditative techniques. Tracy's service to the Santa Clarita Valley also includes work as a Contract Therapist for College of The Canyons' (COC) Student Health and Wellness Center. She is part of a team of therapists who provide therapy to students at COC. Tracy holds a master's degree in Clinical Psychology with and emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. She also holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Broadcasting from California Polytechnic State University.Support the showLearn more about Radical Abundance at Radical-Abundance.comTeresa Janzen is your host. She ignites a passion for abundant living through radical service. Teresa is an international speaker, author, and coach of speakers and writers. Her experience in leadership and global ministry drives her to share inspiring stories with wit and insight. Her candid and personable style is sure to capture the heart of any audience.

Dr. Streicher’s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast
54: WHAT HAPPENS DURING SEX THERAPY

Dr. Streicher’s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 49:18 Very Popular


If you have ever wondered what it's like when a gynecologist mother and a sex therapist daughter hang out – you are about to find out! My guest (and daughter) Rachel Zar LMFT, CST, has a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and is an AASECT-certified sex therapist. We are going to chat about what happens behind the closed doors of a sex therapist. Rachel and I talk about: The WORST and BEST thing about growing up with a gynecologist mom What kind of education and training someone needs to be a CERTIFIED SEX THERAPIST What does NOT HAPPEN during a sex therapy session Who BENEFITS from seeing a sex therapist What ACTUALLY HAPPENS during sex therapy How a therapist approaches couples with sexual medical problems Therapy for DESIRE DISCREPANCY If FANTASY is a red flag that a relationship is in trouble KINK! What it means to be SEX POSITIVE and why is it important as a therapist   The sex therapy approach to ORGASM issues The advantages of VIRTUAL Therapy as opposed to in-person therapy To find a certified sex therapist: American Association of Sexuality Educators, counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) : https://www.aasect.org/referral-directory More about Rachel Zar LMFT, CST Website https://www.rachelzartherapy.com/ Articles https://www.rachelzartherapy.com/#publications Practice Spark Chicago Therapy  https://www.sparkchicagotherapy.com/ Social Media https://www.instagram.com/rachelzartherapy/ https://www.facebook.com/rachelzartherapy Other Episodes on This Topic Episode 8:When Painful Sex Leads to Problem Relationships  with Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg Episode 16  Minimizing the Monotony of Monogamy with Dr. Alexandra Solomon Episode 20: Is non-monogamy having a moment? With Dr. Wednesday Martin Episode 41 Why Men go Missing in Bed with Dr. Stephen Snyder  Episode 42 Out of Practice Does Not Mean Out of Business Episode 47 Orgasm Equality with Dr. Laurie Mintz Lauren Streicher, MD is a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and the founding medical director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause. She is a certified menopause practitioner of the North American Menopause Society.  Sign up to receive DR. STREICHER'S FREE NEWSLETTER Dr. Streicher is the medical correspondent for Chicago's top-rated news program, the WGN Morning News, and has been seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, NPR, Dr. Radio, Nightline, Fox and Friends, The Steve Harvey Show, CBS This Morning, ABC News Now, NBCNightlyNews,20/20, and World News Tonight. She is an expert source for many magazines and serves on the medical advisory board of The Kinsey Institute, Self Magazine, and Prevention Magazine. She writes a regular column for The Ethel by AARP and Prevention Magazine.  Sign Up to receive  Dr. Streicher's Free Newsletter:   Subscribe and Follow Dr. Streicher on  DrStreicher.com Instagram @DrStreich Twitter @DrStreicher Facebook  @DrStreicher YouTube  DrStreicherTV Books by Lauren Streicher, MD  Slip Sliding Away: Turning Back the Clock on Your Vagina-A gynecologist's guide to eliminating post-menopause dryness and pain Hot Flash Hell: A Gynecologist's Guide to Turning Down the Heat Sex Rx- Hormones, Health, and Your Best Sex Ever The Essential Guide to Hysterectomy

Wichita Chamber Business Accelerator
Providing Help in the Workplace (Stacey Winter - empac) [rebroadcast]

Wichita Chamber Business Accelerator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 33:29


While we all get ready for the new year, take a listen to one of our favorite episodes from 2022.  We spend much of our daily time in the workplace.  Often, that is where it's easiest to see that our friends and colleagues need support and help.  Empac CEO Stacey Winter shares with Don and Ebony how her EAP brings that help directly to businesses.   On this episode we discuss: Loving your life and loving your work How an Employee Assistance Program works The origin of EAPs in Wichita Pivoting support services during the pandemic How culture allows Empac to stay healthy Helping supervisors and managers deal with mental health issues Starting an EAP in your business Learn more about Empac:https://empac-eap.com/Facebook ProfileInstagram ProfileTwitter ProfileStacey Winter received her Master of Science in Family Therapy from Friends University in 1996. With over 20 years of clinical experience, Stacey spent much of her career in the child welfare system.As a clinician and as CEO of empac, Stacey assists individuals, couples, families and groups through counseling, training, coaching, and consulting. Throughout her work, Stacey has focused on organizational health, building and maintaining effective teams and the impact of trauma.Other Resources:Join the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce! This podcast is brought to you by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce and is powered by Evergy.  To send feedback on this show and/or send suggestions for future guests or topics please e-mail communications@wichitachamber.org. This show is part of the ICT Podcast Network.  For more information visit ictpod.net

Mama Says Namaste Podcast
Creating Mama Systems with Laura Hernandez

Mama Says Namaste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 38:05


Join me this week as I talk to Laura Hernandez, mama of ten and creator of Mama Systems, as she shares how to keep your sanity even with a busy household, special needs, or any other exceptions that are causing chaos in your home. Hop over to www.MamaSaysNamaste.com/podcast-mama-systems-laura to get the corresponding blog post and access her free self-care guide. 

Enneagram & Coffee
The Enneagram for Black Liberation with Chichi Agorom { winter recap }

Enneagram & Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 46:14


Sarajane and Chichi discuss how Enneagram growth looks different for different communities. Chichi Agorom is a lifelong student of what it means to be fully human. She is a Certified Enneagram Teacher & Practitioner in the Narrative Tradition and holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Post-Master's Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is the author of the upcoming book, The Enneagram for Black Liberation, available for preorder now! Grab your copy of The Enneagram for Black Liberation here! -- Thank you to this week's podcast sponsor:  Right now, get up to 55% off your subscription when you go to BABBEL.com/EGRAM New merchandise is here:  https://www.bonfire.com/what-if-there-is-nothing-wrong-with-you/ — Call/text your enneagram questions to (828) 338-9127 Grab a copy of my books at www.thehonestenneagram.com & www.theenneagramletters.com Check out my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/sarajanecase Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Psyched for Psychology
Mythbusters!

Psyched for Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 37:32


In this episode, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFTs) Michelle Iversen and Brett Cushing discuss the most common myths around therapy and "bust" them along with special guest Scott Steinbarger, LMFT. Scott is the Clinical Site Director at Nystrom's Edina clinic and a "Midwestern Millennial Middle Child." He has always had an interest in counseling but needed to take a detour into Nuclear Engineering in college before figuring out Marriage and Family Therapy was just the ticket. A self-described nerd who loves storytelling and story listening even more, Scott is passionate about relationships and has a surprising amount of fun working with couples and individuals through their challenges and goals. When not counseling, Scott may be found reading fantasy novels or pretending to be a writer.Listen as Scott, Brett, and Michelle talk about the various myths around therapy, and share from their own experiences and practice what the reality of therapy truly is (especially if you've never tried therapy before!) Do you have feedback or topic requests? Email us at podcast@nystromcounseling.comWe'd love to hear from you! Follow alongInstagramFacebookNystrom & Associates 

The CharacterStrong Podcast
Top 6 Episodes of 2022 - #4: Finding Our Purpose And Modeling That For Students - Christi Sturgeon

The CharacterStrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 21:01


Today our guest is Christi Sturgeon a School Counselor, Broken Arrow High School, and is Oklahoma School Counselor of the Year for 2021-22. We talk to Christi about how important it is to find our purpose and how we can stretch ourselves and model that for students. She shares 7 things that we can do to help students focus on looking forward, and some of the ways that this can have impact. Christi graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology followed by a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is currently both a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified School Counselor.  She started her career in community mental health working at the former Shadow Mountain Hospital as the Assistant Director of Therapeutic Foster Care Services, but quickly learned that the way to really impact children and families early on was by working in the school setting.  Christi is currently serving as a School Counselor in Broken Arrow Public Schools and is in her 25th year.  She was the Lead Elementary Counselor In Broken Arrow prior to moving to the high school and has been recognized by the Oklahoma School Counselor Association as the Emerging Leader Grant Winner (2018) and the Oklahoma School Counselor of the Year for 2021-22.  Christi is passionate about serving her students and helping them prepare for the next stage of life.  She is a strong advocate for school counseling best practice not only in her district but across the state as well through her service on the former Superintendent's Counselor Advisory Council and now as Treasurer and President-Elect of the Oklahoma School Counselor Association.  When she isn't busy with work, you can find her teaching Sunday School or attending band contests as a proud former Broken Arrow Pride Band Mom!

HELLO GORGEOUS!
XARIS COUNCILING - Dr. Wendell Scanterbury

HELLO GORGEOUS!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 26:15


 Dr. Wendell Scanterbury is an Assistant Professor in the Doctoral Programs in Marriage and Family Therapy at Eastern University, PA,

Listen, Learn & Love Hosted by Richard Ostler
Episode 598: Emma Edwins, Convert, Transgender Latter-day Saint

Listen, Learn & Love Hosted by Richard Ostler

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 75:07


My friend Emma Edwins (Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy; Licensed Clinical Counselor) shares her remarkable story. Emma starts with her decision to join the Church while in college in Colorado. Emma then talks about why she left the church (for about ten years) and then talks about addressing her gender dysphoria—which led Emma to legally, socially, and medically transition to a woman. Emma talks about how much happier she is since transitioning—and how she longed to return to the Church. Emma, who lives in St. Paul Minneapolis, talks about her decision to go back to Church and the warm welcome she is receiving from her Ward, including attending Relief Society. Emma talks about why she decided to go back to Church and her testimony of our restored doctrine. Emma also talks about the challenges transgender Latter-day Saints face—including her desire to attend the temple, which is currently not possible. Emma has a You Tube channel called Stories of Latter-day Faith (see link below) which features conversion stories of people joining the Church. Please reach out to Emma if you'd like to share your conversion story. Thank you, Emma, for being on the podcast. You are a remarkable woman doing much good in many circles. Honored to have you on the podcast! You Tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMcGpe-zLbY Email address is: storiesoflatterdayfaith@gmail.com Instagram: @the_mindful_mormon ** Please Check Out My LGBTQ Book At: ** Deseret Book: www.deseretbook.com/p/listen-learn-and-love-embracing-lgbtq-latter-day-saints Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/1462135773 ** Want to develop church-supported LGBTQ activities in your local area? Please join our FB group below ** https://www.facebook.com/groups/1433556613672143

Therapy Unboxed
Relapse Unboxed with Dustin Straight

Therapy Unboxed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:50


Removing the stigma and increasing transparency around relapse helps bolster long-term recovery and can save lives. In this special recording with a live audience of clients and staff at All Points North Lodge, Lana talks with Lead Therapist, Dustin Straight, LAC, about why relapse happens, relapse behaviors and warning signs, and how we can remove ego and shame to uncover the lessons within cravings and relapse. They also discuss the disease model of addiction, the differences between process addiction and substance use relapse, reclaiming the holidays in recovery, and how to create functional rituals in sobriety. After the show, they host a Q+A with APN clients. Follow APN on Instagram Learn More

Brain Injury Answers
Long Term Effects, Parenting, Family Therapy

Brain Injury Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 9:50


90 Day Fiance Mmkay
Finally... Family Therapy

90 Day Fiance Mmkay

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 61:18 Very Popular


HAPPY HOLIDAYS! On this podcast episode, Miss H and Mr O discuss Season 7, Episode 17 of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? On this Episode, Angela finds out Michael has been talking to another woman, Usman tells Kim she needs to lose weight, Jovi tells Yara he may have been selfish and wrong, Libby and Andrei finally go to family therapy, Bilal and Shaeda talk about the baby timeline, and Liz accepts the job promotion and Ed supports her.  We will be back in two Mondays to cover Episode 18 of Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?  If you watch Love After Lockup, check out our other podcast channel Love After Lockup Haha, mmkay, where we're covering the current season of Love During Lockup: https://lalmmkay.podbean.com/ If you like what you hear, please support us by subscribing and give us a rating.

ABCs of Disability Planning
Abuse Red Flags with Marvie Corbett, LCSW

ABCs of Disability Planning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 55:20


Abuse Red Flags - do you know what you should be looking for? It's not always blatant. In this episode Marvie shares what parents and professionals can do to spot abuse. Marvie Corbett serves as a Director of Psychotherapy and our Director of Educational Advocacy with Rebecca Resnik and Associates. Marvie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) in the state of Maryland. She has been in the field for over 10 years. Marvie earned her Master's in Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2013. Marvie graduated from West Virginia University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Marvie specializes in helping individuals, couples, and families learn to understand their unique and hidden strengths, even those that sometimes present as barriers. Marvie works with clients to utilize these strengths to develop new skills and behaviors that help them to feel more empowered, increase self-worth, to improve intrinsic motivation, and feel healthy control over thoughts and feelings. Marvie has experience working in a variety of settings including psychiatric inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, community-based centers, schools, and private practice. Marvie has experience working with children, adolescents/young adults, and adults who have a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, impulse control, stress management, and family or other relational conflicts. Additionally, she has experience supporting and helping those with trauma, OCD, and attachment-related symptoms. Marvie is trained in a wide variety of treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Family Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Systemic Therapy, and expressive therapies (e.g. art and sand tray therapy). Connect to learn more: Website: https://www.resnikpsychology.com/ Phone: 301-581-1120 Contact page: https://www.resnikpsychology.com/contact As an Amazon Associate, I earn commissions from qualifying purchases. For more information about True North Disability Planning: Web: https://truenorthdisabilityplanning.com/ Podcast (ABC's of Disability Planning) - https://anchor.fm/abcs-disability-planning Waypoints - https://waypoints.substack.com/ Facebook: @TrueNorthDisabilityPlanning Twitter: @NeedsNavigator Resource store (free downloads too) - https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/True-North-Disability-Planning Have a question or request for the podcast? Submit it here - https://forms.gle/yCDArzz85vTypMwh8 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/abcs-disability-planning/message

Look Good for the Boys
Family Therapy: Nightbreed

Look Good for the Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 40:35


This week, Andy and Philip provide family therapy to the chosen family of the Nightbreed in the hopes of helping them work through their conflicts…which happens to be mostly with an unaccepting and oppressive society.

It's like this Podcast
Whistleblowing your culture: Cultural Trauma and why we can't blow it off (Ft. Jenny Lee)

It's like this Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 59:57


Trauma can happen anywhere... but what if it happened in your home. What if this was "just the way it was" for generations? What if calling it trauma risk losing the world you knew: your family? Today Jenny and I talk about cultural and generational trauma: how to differentiate toxic to non-toxic cultural traits and how you can move forward sensibly and re-write the narrative. We are both Korean American but I believe the universal insights we arrive at can be applicable to anyone. Listen now! https://www.restorepsych.com/podcastAbout Jenny Lee, LMFT:Jenny was born to parents who migrated from South Korea, was raised on the east coast, and moved to Texas for doctoral studies after completing her Master of Family Therapy at Drexel University in Philadelphia and her Master of Divinity at Biblical (Missio) Seminary in Hatfield, PA. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Couple & Family Therapy at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, TX. She resides in Austin, TX, where she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and 2 dogs.https://www.untangledtherapy.com/https://www.instagram.com/untangledcounselingtherapy/https://www.facebook.com/UntangledCounselingTherapyhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/untangled-counseling-therapy-pllc/#mentalhealth #psychiatrist #asian #immigrant #culture #trauma #healing #forgiveness #freedom #boundaries #health #parenting #childhood

Hopestream for parenting kids through drug use and addiction
Prepare for Landing: Tools for a More Realistic Transition Home From Treatment with Jen Murphy and Hilary Moses of Solutions Parenting Support

Hopestream for parenting kids through drug use and addiction

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 52:25


If your son or daughter has been to residential treatment or Wilderness Therapy, you may have considered asking (begging?) a staff member to come home with them to help with the transition.  Thankfully, I was able to sit down with two experts who specialize in supporting parents during this vulnerable time-Jen Murphy and Hilary Moses of Solutions Parenting Support. You'll hear why it can be easy to think “all is lost” when the tools you've gained during treatment feel challenging to implement in a new setting. You'll discover why the “container” of treatment is so effective and how you can borrow from what worked well and embrace the bumpy ride to lasting change. Jen and Hilary also share about their new book, “HOME” which will be available in February 2023!   In this episode, you'll learnThe different traps parents fall into when they're preparing to lose the “container” of support like residential treatment or Wilderness TherapyWhat to do when your child has zero positive influences back at homeHow to be cautiously optimistic about your son or daughter and not encourage a performance mentality to gain trustWhy it's important to consider when you need to be a parent versus when you need to be a mom or dad, and what the difference isLearn about The Stream, our private online community for moms, at www.thestreamcommunity.comWe now have a new community for dads parenting a child who struggles with substance use and mental health; The Woods: members.thewoodscommunity.orgFind us on Instagram: @the.stream.communityDownload my free e-book, HINDSIGHT: Three Things I Wish I Knew When My Son Was Misusing Drugs: www.brendazane.com/hindsightJoin my email list: www.brendazane.com/email

Mama Says Namaste Podcast
4 Tips for Abundance for Holidays and Beyond

Mama Says Namaste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 27:25


As we're nearing Christmas, we want to share four quick tips that will help you navigate the holidays - and beyond - with an attitude of abundance and gratitude. What do drop? What's on your "don't do" list? What do you fill, and what do you accept? Check out the blog post and podcast episode - what is something that helps keep you calm and enjoying the holidays?

Securely Attached
81. My child keeps biting, what do I do? How to address biting in toddlers and young children with Dr. Emily Upshur

Securely Attached

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 35:24


It's developmentally normal, even typical, for toddlers and young children to bite. But that doesn't mean we just sit back and let it happen.    Here to talk about the many reasons children bite and how parents can effectively respond to this behavior is the co-founder of Upshur Bren Psychology Group, Dr. Emily Upshur.   In this episode we'll talk about exactly what to do when your child bites, plan b and c for when that strategy isn't working, and advice for what to do before and after the bite occurs to work toward preventing it from happening again in the future.   Whether your child bites every now and then or this is a pattern you aren't sure how to break, this episode will offer you strategies you won't want to miss!     I want to hear from you! Send me a topic you want me to cover or a question you want answered on the show! ✨ DM me on Instagram at @securelyattachedpodcast or @drsarahbren ✨ Send an email to info@drsarahbren.com ✨ And check out drsarahbren.com for more parenting resources 

Look Good for the Boys
Family Therapy: Spider Baby

Look Good for the Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 54:16


Continuing in the spirit of the holidays, Andy and Philip offer their therapy skills on another family in need: The Merrye's (and the Howe's) of 1967's Spider Baby. Fortunately, if therapy doesn't work, there's always a suitcase of dynamite as plan B.

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
322 How Skillful is your Shrink Featuring Kevin Cornelius LMFT

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

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 81:27


How Skillful is your Shrink! Now you can find out! The Exciting Recovery Coefficient-- and the FEAR the grips the hearts of the therapists who are afraid to use it! People often wonder how skillful or effective their therapist is, but until now, there was no very valid or precise way to know. But now there is, and it has fantastic implications for psychotherapy. Today, we feature an interview with Kevin Cornelius, a therapist at the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, California.  Kevin Cornelius is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice at Feeling Good Institute, with in-person counseling for teens .Kevin is a Certified Level 4 Advanced TEAM-CBT Therapist and Trainer. I asked Kevin to write a brief description of his evolution from a career in acting to his career as a shrink. Here's what he wrote: After many years of working as an actor I was ready for a change. After some painful personal events, I saw a therapist who was quite helpful to me. She helped me see that changing to a career as a therapist could be a great thing for me. I went to school and got my Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy. Just before I began applying for internships to complete licensure, I learned that the children's theatre group I had grown up in was looking for a new supervisor to lead the group following the death of its beloved founder and leader. This was a wonderful opportunity for me to use my theatre skills and my desire to help young people in their growth and development. I was very fortunate to be hired and worked as the director of the children's theatre group for 19 years. Towards the end of my years with the children's theatre, I was ready for a change and thought it might be time for me to finish getting my therapy license. It had been 15 years since I had worked with a patient in a therapy session, so I had a lot to learn! I was so lucky to discover David Burns and his amazing TEAM-CBT. The testing element of TEAM enabled me to see right away where I needed to improve so I could focus my efforts on improving specific skills. Being able to study with David in his Tuesday group at Stanford was a golden opportunity. Here was a framework designed to make therapy as effective as possible being taught (for free!) by one of the world's greatest therapists. I'm so happy I followed David's advice to get involved at Feeling Good Institute while I was still pre-licensed. Learning TEAM while I was completing the process to earn my license as a therapist enabled me to start my career in private practice with confidence and a stable foundation. Now, I get to continue learning from mentors at Feeling Good Institute, from the wonderful Feeling Good Podcast, and the valuable lessons I get from my patients. I'll sum up my good fortune with a theatre reference and quote the Gershwins: "Who could ask for anything more?" Kevin recently made the courageous decision to find out exactly how he was doing as a therapist. And the results surprised him tremendously. Background Information for today's podcast Outcome studies with competing schools of psychotherapy in the treatment of depression have been disappointing. They all seem to come out about the same, slightly better than placebos, but not much. For example, in the British CoBalT study of 469 depressed patients treated with antidepressants vs antidepressants plus CBT, only 44% of the patients treated with antidepressants plus CBT experienced a 50% improvement in depression after six months of treatment, and the multi-year follow-up results weren't any better. This was better than the patients treated with antidepressants alone, (only 22% experienced a 50% improvement), but still—to my way of thinking—very poor. We see more improvement than that in just one day in patients using the Feeling Good App. Here are just two of many online references to that landmark study: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(15)00495-2/fulltext https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lanpsy/PIIS2215-0366(15)00495-2.pdf Because of the disappointing results of research on the so-called "schools" of psychotherapy, the focus is switching, to some extent, to the effects of individual therapists, since even within a school of therapy, there can be huge differences in therapists' effectiveness. Some therapists seem to have the proverbial “green thumb,” with many patients improving rapidly, while others seem much less effective. Is there a way to measure this? Now there is! And do patients have a right to know how effective their shrinks are? That's what I'm proposing! For at least twenty years or more, I've been trying to sell therapists on my Brief Mood Survey with every patient at every session. That's because you can see exactly and immediately how depressed, anxious, or angry, etc. your patient was at the start and end of today's session. This allows therapists to see, for the first time, exactly how much the patient improved in various dimensions within the session, as well as how much the patient relapsed or continued to improve between sessions. Here's a simple example. To make things really clear, let's imagine that your depression test goes from 0 (not at all depressed) to 100 (the worst depression imaginable, and your patient has an 80 at the start of today's session. That would indicate a horrendously severe depression, similar to patients hospitalized with depression. And yet, your patient might be functioning effectively, and might appear reasonably happy. So, bonus #1, you can see exactly how your patient was feeling at the start of the session. You might think of the BMS as an “emotional X-ray machine.” Now, let's assume you have an excellent session, and feel like you're clicking with the patient, and the patient scores 40 on the end-of-session BMS. That would be a phenomenal 50% improvement. Of course, a score of 40 means that the patient is still moderately depressed, and has a way to go, still the goal is a score of 0 on the depression test and a huge boost in the patient's score on the happiness test on the BMS. Keep in mind that in the dozens of psychotherapy outcome studies that have been published worldwide, the very highest levels of improvement in months and months of therapy are  never higher than this. So, I call this the Recovery Coefficient (RC), and it is a very precise measure of any therapist's effectiveness in treating anything you can measure accurately. In an informal study of de-identified data of more than 10,000 therapy sessions at a local treatment center about two years ago. I discovered that the RC the first time therapists met with their patients predicted the improvement over the entire course of therapy. In addition, different therapists had vastly different initial RC scores, which can range from -100% in a single session (meaning a complete elimination of symptoms)  to +100% in a single session (meaning severe worsening.) Sadly, because all patient or therapist identifying information was removed to protect identities, I had no way of letting the therapists know their skill levels! But today, we are joined by a therapist who had the guts to calculate his RC in ten patients to see how he was doing. He was initial incredibly demoralize with his percent reductions (RC) of 45% for depression and 47% for anxiety in 50 minute sessions,  He reasoned that a 44% in a class would be a failing grade, but I pointed out that this isn't the right comparison. After all, if you had a contract to build the Brooklyn Bridge, and could complete nearly half of it in 50 minutes, you'd be doing something incredibly amazing. Kevin's Depression and Anxiety Recovery Coefficient Calculations     Depression Anxiety Empathy 1 Before 6 14 20 After 3 1   % Change -50.00% -92.86%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 2 Before 5 6 20 After 1 3   % Change -80.00% -50.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 3 Before 12 10 20 After 9 9   % Change -25.00% -10.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 4 Before 10 5 20 After 5 3   % Change -50.00% -40.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 5 Before 5 9 18 After 3 5   % Change -40.00% -44.44%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 6 Before 18 15 20 After 10 9   % Change -44.44% -40.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 7 Before 14 12 20 After 10 6   % Change -28.57% -50.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 8 Before 2 9 18 After 4 5   % Change 50.00% -44.44%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 9 Before 2 1 20 After 0 1   % Change -100.00% 0.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy 10 Before 6 5 20 After 1 0   % Change -83.33% -100.00%       Depression Anxiety Empathy Recovery Coefficient   -45.13% -47.17% 19.6                     And indeed, Kevin's scores actually showed he was outperforming all the published outcome studies on depression by a factor of several hundred. Which was, I think, a well-deserved pleasant shock to his system! I've always had tremendous admiration and respect for Keven because of his obvious great skill and intelligence combined with world-class compassion and humility. In addition, patients complete the Evaluation of Therapy Session (ETS) immediately after the session, and rate the therapist on Empathy, Helpfulness, and other crucially important dimensions. Kevin's Empathy score was 19.6 (96.5%), indicating near perfect empathy ratings from his patients. This is extremely impressive, since most therapists get failing Empathy scores from nearly all of their patients when they start using the ETS scales. However, what was really cool is that Kevin brought the Daily Mood Log he prepared prior to the podcast. As you can see if you check the link, recording his intense negative feelings and self-critical thoughts when he initially completed his calculations. This helps to explain the fear that so many therapists—nearly all—feel when it comes to being accountable for the first time in the history of psychotherapy. Here's what he was telling himself: I'm not doing well enough. I'm fooling myself. I'm letting my patients down. I'm a fraud. I should be better. I should charge less. I suck! During the podcast, we used some TEAM-CBT to deal with these concerns live, in real time, using Positive Reframing, Identify the Distortions, Examine the Evidence, and Externalization of Voices to smash these thoughts. If you'd like to see the Positive Reframing Table he brought to the session, you can check here. In Kevin's case, the RC calculations, which are simple and only take a minute, gave him a huge gift—the confirmation of his immense technical therapeutic skills as well as his empathy. But what if you're not like Kevin, and you discover that your RCs are not so great, and that your Empathy ratings are in the failing range. Isn't that kind of terrible? Well, it depends on how big your ego is, and how motivated you are to improve. I've gotten plenty of horrible ratings on the ETS, and have had lots of sessions with poor outcomes, including sessions when I wrongly believed I was doing a great job. It DOES hurt. But over the years, my patients have dramatically shaped my therapy approach, and have become my greatest teachers by far. I now enjoy pretty tremendous outcomes with the vast majority of the people I treat, but could never have improved without the constant feedback. Psychotherapy skills are a lot like athletic workouts, and they say, “no pain, no gain.” This is definitely just as true for shrinks. Are you a shrink? Do you have the courage to check out your skills? Here are a couple more random comments. Over the years I've seen the scores of many therapists in training, and many established shrinks in the community. And sometimes I've been surprised that some of the big name, flashy people were actually very unskilled in real therapy situations. And I've also seen that some of the giants of our field, were humble, kindly individuals, like Kevin, who were quietly working miracles, but not even realizing it. And I also had this brainstorm. If you're a patient, and your shrink refuses to use the BMS and ETS, for whatever reason, you could take the test prior to and after each session, and calculate your therapist's Empathy Scores and Recovery Coefficient scores. Mmm. I am thinking there might be a business model in here somewhere! Like a website where you could take the tests and get all the calculations automatically. And maybe that type of information could be published... After all, wouldn't patients LOVE to have this information BEFORE going to a new shrink for treatment. And isn't that EXACTLY where our field should be moving? Accountability and transparency? I hope you enjoyed meeting the incredible Kevin Cornelius today. Thank you for listening and supporting our Feeling Good Podcasts! Warmly, david