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Embodied Faith: on Relational Neuroscience, Spiritual Formation, and Faith
037 How to Find The Best of You, and Discover Yourself In God (with Dr. Alison Cook)

Embodied Faith: on Relational Neuroscience, Spiritual Formation, and Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:56


Is there something between being SELFISH and SELFLESS? Between CODEPENDENCY and total INDEPENDENCY? How do I stop painful patterns in my life? How can we mend the past and life in the present? And how can I make joyful connect with others, God, and myself. Embodied Faith host, Geoff Holsclaw, talks with Dr. Alison Cook about discovering your true self in God. Check out her new book, The Best of You: Break Free from Painful Patterns, Mend Your Past, and Discover Your True Self in God, and find her here.If you would like coaching or spiritual direction that aligns with this podcast, then connect with Cyd Holsclaw here.Get the FREE ebook, The Brain God Gave Us, when you join the Embodied Faith community (connecting you to new episodes, posts, and other resources).Please subscribe and review on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube.

Dear Gabby
Addiction and How to Overcome It

Dear Gabby

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 42:03 Very Popular


This is the most important Dear Gabby I'll ever do. I just celebrated 17 years of sobriety, and I have a crucial message for anyone who's struggling with addiction: You are not alone, and there is a way out. On this show I offer a clear method you can use to overcome addictive patterns by releasing past emotions. I also share tools you can use to get to the root of your addiction. You'll feel a sense of hope, knowing that my story of recovery can be yours.   The following are helpful resources and books I mention in the episode:  My first-ever Relationship Challenge is underway, and you can still sign up! Doors close on October 5, so THIS IS IT! >>>>Sign up while you still can. DearGabby.com/Relationship Happy Days: The Guided Path from Trauma to Profound Freedom and Inner Peace will teach you more about IFS therapy and other tools you can use to break free from trauma and addiction. https://bit.ly/3M3xeev Dear Gabby Episode 76: Spiritual Solutions for Confrontation  https://bit.ly/3EaYGFc Meditation for Connecting to Your Highest Self  https://bit.ly/3RroJLr You can find additional mental health resources at this link. https://bit.ly/3UUQ4bC This podcast is intended to educate, inspire and support you on your personal journey toward inner peace. I am not a psychologist or a medical doctor and do not offer any professional health or medical advice. If you are suffering from any psychological or medical conditions, please seek help from a qualified health professional.    Find your new favorite shoes and get ready to be asked “Are those Rothy's?” Plus, get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/GABBY.   For a limited time, get your next purchase of Beyond Collagen® with an exclusive 15% OFF for Dear Gabby listeners only. Simply go to WELIVECONSCIOUS.COM/GABBY, or use promo code GABBY anywhere on the site.   Never lose your edge with the all-new Lexus RX. Experience Amazing at your Lexus dealer.   Produced by Dear Media.    Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.

The Soul of Life
Jailbreak: How to Escape Your Mental Prisons

The Soul of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 44:23


"What if I could show you a way to reconnect with the whole of who you are, in service to your highest purpose as you know it? What if I could help you break out of the invisible prison in which you have been living--the one that keeps you small and scared?" Today on the Soul of Life I speak with Dr. Angela Heubner, author of Jailbreak: The Making and Breaking of Our Invisible Prisons; An IFS Informed Escape. Angela describes this beautiful model of natural multiplicity of the mind, in Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS): “We are inherently good.” And she describes just how different IFS is from conventional psychology like cognitive behavioral therapy. Angela talks about the most common protective parts of us, what she calls our prison guards: the pleaser, the worry-wort, the perfectionist, and the logician. Love The Soul of Life and want to express your gratitude? Please consider becoming a financial supporter of this show.  Sign-up for my free "Quickstart Guide to IFS in 30 Minutes:" https://event.webinarjam.com/register/3/on5lnf1 Check out my FREE Mini-Course for couples, called Marriage Tune-Up: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHjcz6Ly2y9gr2mtMHIxu-fXXl8rE_PYJ Learn more about my 7-week, live, online basic mindfulness and IFS course for couples: https://souloflifeshow.com/mindful-marriage My Book, Love Under Repair: How to Save Your Marriage and Survive Couples Therapy https://amzn.to/2X3kPBL My Counseling Practice: https://keithmillercounseling.com

The Unfolding
Parts Work with Mark Tanaka

The Unfolding

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 64:34


In this episode, I interview Mark Tanaka about parts works and how this therapeutic model can bring more love, confidence, strength, and possibility into your life.To follow or get in contact with Mark, you can go to his website and join his mailing list at Marktanakayoga.com. You can also find him on Facebook at Marktanakayoga and on Instagram at @Markmtanaka.

Let's Talk EMDR
EMDR Therapy and OCD

Let's Talk EMDR

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 22:45


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and related disorders can take an emotional toll on those who cope with and manage the symptoms daily. Although scientists cannot determine a cause for OCD, they have found that trauma and OCD commonly occur together.  Many psychiatrists are beginning to find most OCD treatments remain unsuccessful if a patient's past trauma has not been addressed. EMDR therapist Dr. Kendhal Hart discusses how she uses EMDR therapy with clients who have OCD.Resources mentionedDid I Lock the Door? Treating OCD with EMDR Therapy, Exposure, and Response Prevention and Ego State Therapy by Sandra Paulson, Ph.D.An OCD podcast episode of an interview with therapist Robert Fox, who has OCD and is an EMDR and IFS-trained clinician. He talks about his journey. Learn more about EMDR therapy at www.emdria.org. EMDRIA Practice ResourcesEMDRIA Online EMDR Therapy Resources EMDRIA's Find an EMDR Therapist Directory provides listings for more than 13,000 EMDR therapists.Read or subscribe to our award-winning blog, Focal Point, an open resource on EMDR therapy.Follow @EMDRIA on Twitter. Connect with EMDRIA on Facebook or subscribe to our YouTube Channel.Musical soundtrack, Acoustic Motivation 11290, supplied royalty-free by Pixabay.

The Mind of A Therapist
Healing with Sandplay, Sandtray, IFS, EMDR, and Polyvagal with Dr. Peg Hurley Dawson, Ph.D., LMHC, CSTS, RSP

The Mind of A Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 46:43


Peg Hurley Dawson, Ph.D., LMHC, CSTS, RSP is certified in Sex therapy, IFS, EMDR, Clinical Hypnosis, trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Relational Life Therapy, Sandtray, Sandplay, Polyvagal Theory, is a Sex Therapy Supervisor and Registered Sandplay Practitioner. She specializes in treating individuals, couples, LGBTQ, Out of Control Sexual Behavior/"sex addiction", complex trauma, PTSD, sex and relationship issues, and gender identity.  Working with adults she utilizes Deepening IFS using Sandtray with Miniatures to help them heal through visual representations of their parts. While utilizing and combining techniques from many psychological modalities and working with Sandtray and Miniatures for over 15 years she has helped clients with a variety of health care issues which she deals with in an informed and compassionate way. Peg offers an unique multifaceted approach to help her clients.  www.peghurleydawson.com www.ifssandtray.com www.integratedsandtherapy.com  

The Politicrat
As The British Pound Tanks, The Emperor Of Economic Chaos Strikes Back: A Long-Term View

The Politicrat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 73:11


On this Wednesday episode of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast: Omar Moore on the calculated and manufactured tanking by the Tories (specifically Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng) of the British pound and what it means long term for the working class, working poor and middle class in the United Kingdom. September 28, 2022. The IFS report: https://bit.ly/3xNSFu1 | The Guardian story on the FCA: https://bit.ly/3RhmQ3L The AUTONOMY t-shirt series—buy yours here: https://bit.ly/3yD89AL Planned Parenthood: https://plannedparenthood.org Register to vote NOW: https://vote.org The ENOUGH/END GUN VIOLENCE t-shirts on sale here: https://bit.ly/3zsVDFU Donate to the Man Up Organization: https://manupinc.org FREE: SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BRAND NEW POLITICRAT DAILY PODCAST NEWSLETTER!! Extra content, audio, analysis, exclusive essays for subscribers only, plus special offers and discounts on merchandise at The Politicrat Daily Podcast online store. Something new and informative EVERY DAY!! Subscribe FREE at https://politicrat.substack.com Buy podcast merchandise (all designed by Omar Moore) and lots more at The Politicrat Daily Podcast Store: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com The Politicrat YouTube page: bit.ly/3bfWk6V The Politicrat Facebook page: bit.ly/3bU1O7c The Politicrat blog: https://politicrat.politics.blog Join Omar on Fanbase NOW! Download the Fanbase social media app today. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this to this podcast! Follow/tweet Omar at: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel.

Savor Food and Body Podcast
What to say when your inner child needs chocolate

Savor Food and Body Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 49:36


A part of me really wants to eat the chocolate that I recently bought a whole stash of because it's on sale and it's my fav. I thought I'd be thrifty and stock up for seasonal baking. I love using chopped dark chocolate bars in my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe. But another part of me says, "once on the lips, twice on the hips." And another part of me says, "just finish it all right now you don't need to save any for cookies. That way you can get back on track tomorrow!" It's common to think in parts like this. Part of you wants to do this, while part of you says you should/need to do that. What you may not realize is this way of parts-thinking is called the Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) and was created by Richard C. Schwartz in the 1980s. As an evidence-based model, IFS helps to explain why different parts of you tell you different stories about a situation - like eating chocolate.  My guest today, beautifully explains this model using her own personal experience of healing from years of disordered eating. Agnis J Pena-Toro, MA is a trained psychotherapist and Body and Food Liberation coach and consultant. Based on her own personal experience healing from decades of diet culture harm and her professional clinical experience working with Internal Family Systems, Agnis helps women discover how to live their lives without restricting food and forcing their bodies to look a certain way.  Here's what you'll hear in our conversation: How diet culture starts to indoctrinate many women at the age of puberty.    Agnis shares her personal journey toward body and food liberation by divorcing from diet culture. And she's spent years counseling people using the IFS model. Hear how Agnis combines her personal and professional experience to help other women on the road to healing from chronic dieting.   Agnis explains the importance of becoming aware of the body and food parts in your mind (a part that wants to be skinny so you can be accepted/loved; a part of you that hates dieting but still believes that's the only way to be healthy; a part of you that was traumatized as a kid by your body being criticized by parents and culture, etc.)   As we wrap up, Agnis shares why it's important to work psychologically with these parts in your mind so that the parts don't sabotage your practice of reclaiming intuitive eating skills and positive body image.    Get show notes and resources at www.alpinenutrition.org/blog Are your parts getting in the way of an unhealthy relationship with food? Take the quiz to find out! Like what you hear? Subscribe to the show so you don't miss an episode. Don't forget to rate, review, and share! This kindness helps other women in midlife find the show too!  

The Dauntless Grace Exchange
Personal Presence with Peggy Scott

The Dauntless Grace Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 30:31


Megan and Deedra talk with Peggy Scott about the outward expression of our inner work--specifically, the presence we are putting out into the world. Peggy Scott is a presence coach, author and public speaker. She is passionate about having people shine their very best through their personal presence, which then extends to every part of their life. She has 30+ years of developing and delivering transformational programs that produce phenomenal and lasting results with her clients. Peggy is on a mission to empower women to stand confidently in their power to be seen, valued and respected. You can find Peggy on her website, on Facebook, on Instagram, on LinkedIn, or on Twitter. 

Living Centered Podcast
Treating Trauma - 009 - "How Are IFS and EMDR Effective Tools for Treating Trauma?" with Tara Booker and Emily Carroll

Living Centered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 50:16


In this week's episode, we sit down with therapists Tara Booker and Emily Carroll who help us explore how the therapeutic modalities of IFS (Internal Family Systems) and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) can be effective tools in healing trauma. They both share how their unique specializations can be used to gently come alongside people in their recovery. Full show notes: treatingtrauma.com/ep009/

The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else) Podcast
What Part of You Wants M&Ms? Getting Curious About What Leads You to Food...

The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 32:20


Why do you turn to food? That's the million dollar question, isn't it? You might have an idea (or maybe you don't--that's ok too).  You might say, "Well, I'm a comfort eater."  Or, "I eat when I'm stressed."  Or maybe even, "Food is my best friend." But when you really think about it, what do all of those statements really mean?  What's really underneath them?  What are the specific stressors that lead you to food?  Why is food so comforting? It's that all important question of why. And answering that question involves getting really curious.  Getting curious and really understanding the parts of you that turn to food is a must. Merely changing your behavior doesn't work.  I'm guessing you've done that dozens of times, at the very least.  Sure, you can make a rule that you won't eat past a certain hour, you can cut out a specific food, or you can limit your portions.  And none of that will last.  Why?  Because you're just changing what and how you eat without trying to understand why you're eating. So on this week's podcast, we're talking about how to take a deep dive into why we use food the way we do.  And of course, I think that IFS is the best way to do this.   Getting to know the parts that make up your eating system is the best way that I know to truly make changes in your eating patterns.   But if you're not quite ready for IFS yet, no worries!  I also give you a list of questions to ask yourself to help you start thinking about why you use food the way you do.  I fully admit, that this is NOT an easy process.  But it does get easier the more you practice it.  And it really can lead to a much flexible, enjoyable relationship with food.  So check out this week's episode, and start getting curious!   To help get to know your eating parts, check out my FREE Eating Parts Cheat Sheets "Moving from Diet Culture to Food Freedom" Workshop for Therapists--register here! Where to find me: Instagram Facebook page TikTok

Empowering Industry Podcast - A Production of Empowering Pumps & Equipment
Bringing Intelligent Efficiency to Wastewater Networks with Graham McIvor

Empowering Industry Podcast - A Production of Empowering Pumps & Equipment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 28:20


Charli got to talk to Graham McIvor this week. Graham is  the VP of Engineering at IFS is the co-founder and developer of the Deragger technology bringing intelligent efficiency to wastewater networks. He has over 10 years' experience working in the water industry. Controls engineer at heart and always looking to find the best solution for our customers.Find Graham on LinkedInInterview @ 3:53LindkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/industrial-flow-solutions/           Twitter  @industrial_flow           Instagram @industrial_flow_solutions           YouTube   www.youtube.com/channel/UCaIeqZzJi6mNO91pRkmgJCQFind us @EmpoweringPumps on Facebook, LinkedIn,  Instagram and Twitter and using the hashtag #EmpoweringIndustryPodcast or via email podcast@empoweringpumps.com

Witchy Wellness Radio
#210 Bright Line Eating with Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson

Witchy Wellness Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 40:40


Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester and an expert in the psychology of eating.  She is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and the founder of the worldwide Bright Line Eating movement. Her first two books, including “Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin, and Free,” became New York Times bestsellers and instant Hay House favorites. Her work weaves the neuroscience of food addiction with powerful insights from Positive Psychology, IFS, and 12-Step Recovery to outline a roadmap for achieving true integrity and self-authorship around food.  The Bright Line Eating mission is to help one million people around the globe discover lasting food freedom and have their “Bright Transformations” by 2025.  SHOW LINKS: evo HEMP products: use code WITCHY for 20% off your purchase! Take Anxious Personality Quiz: https://www.anxiousquiz.com Follow Witchy Wellness/Loren on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorencellentani/ Dr. Susan's WEBSITE: https://brightlineeating.com/ Bright Line Eating INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/brightlineeating/

The Transitions Project
Ep 34: Post Breakup Panel

The Transitions Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 82:12


Patricia, Michael, and Charla discuss the period of transition after a breakup. Patricia initiated this conversation because most of the post breakup content she could find online revolved around heartbreak, bad karma if you break someone's heart, or how to get your ex back. So, here is a different conversation.    It is possible to be intentional about what you are calling into your life going forward. This extends beyond romantic relationships– it is also an opportunity to evaluate whether you are in alignment in other areas of your life. This includes community, work, hobbies, spirituality, your relationship with yourself… We have experienced growth and transformation after breakups.   No matter how much it hurts, it is possible to heal. It is also possible to expand your capacity to love, and to create even greater alignment in your life than you had before.   When a significant relationship ends, it is normal and healthy to experience intense grief. The body's response to this type of grief is very similar to a death. So, if you are struggling, you are not alone. About Michael Vargas, Panelist: Michael is an international facilitator with nearly 10 years of experience. Synthesizing his unique background in psychology, improv and design thinking, Michael facilitates workshops and speaks to organizations on developing collaborative and productive team cultures and works with teams to develop psychological safety, navigate  difficult conversations, create clarity around decision making,  build trust, practice the process of innovation and so on.  He has 15 years of improv experience, performing with a variety of improv troops and theatre companies all over the  country. He enjoys dancing, Brazilian jiu jitsu, dinner nights with good friends and  banana pancakes.  Connect w/ Michael: https://leadbyimpact.com/  About Charla Goodnight, Panelist: Charla Goodnight is a Soul Embodiment Coach who reminds others of their unique path to spiritual enlightenment and soul embodiment. She is the creator of Nourish, a Spiritual Embodiment Journey that is an 11 week excursion which focuses on guiding and transmuting our energy through movement and meditation to ascend our souls into higher knowing. She has been a leader in the wellness industry for over 20 years. At the age of 13 she knew she wanted to share the importance of movement and spiritual enlightenment in order to guide the collective consciousness to living Heaven on Earth. She is a co-parent to 3 boys and is a living example of how beautiful a co-parenting life can be.   Connect w/ Charla: @charligirl7 Patricia's program, Your Next Chapter, started on September 21st. The waitlist for the next cohort is now open. View https://www.patriciacosulich.com/coaching for more information. Click here to book your free Explore Call with Patricia. Connect with The Transitions Project! @patricia.cosulich & @the_transitions_project 00:00:00 — The Transitions Project Intro 00:00:50 — Post Breakup Panel Intro 00:03:20 — The grief of a breakup 00:03:50 — Patricia's breakup story 00:06:30 — Michael's breakup story 00:09:30 — Charla's breakup story 00:15:15 — Self-care after a breakup 00:25:25 — Your true love is yourself 00:35:40 — Advice on self-soothing: IFS 01:01:55 — Seeing this time as an opportunity to grow 01:04:20 — The importance of meditation + exercise 01:08:50 — The best is yet to come 01:17:40 — The Transitions Project Outro Music Credits: "Almost Bliss" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

This is Money Podcast
What does the tax-cutting mini-Budget mean for you and the UK?

This is Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 48:47


Britain's new Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng delivered a blistering mini-Budget this week that was anything that small. A wave of tax cuts were unleashed. Some had been heavily trailed, such as spiking the National Insurance hike and a stamp duty reduction, but there were also two rabbits out of the hat: a cut in basic rate income tax to 19p from April and abolishing the 45p income tax rate too. Those tax cuts joined a wave of spending commitments, most notably the huge energy price guarantee bailout for Britain's households and businesses. Paul Johnson, of the IFS, said: 'Mr Kwarteng is not just gambling on a new strategy, he is betting the house.' On this week's podcast, Georgie Frost, Lee Boyce and Simon Lambert discuss what the going for growth mini-Budget means for people, how much they may save in tax, and whether it will work or cause the UK economy even more problems down the line. One thing was clear in the aftermath, markets didn't like the break from the orthodoxy that they saw: the pound tumbled below $1.10 and UK gilt yields jumped. But how much does that have to do with the mini-Budget and how much does it have to do with the Bank of England's rate decision that delivered a bumper rise of 0.5 percentage points, which was still considered small next to the US Federal Reserve's 0.75 percentage point bazooka? And finally, we've heard lots of the glass half full verdicts on our current economic situation but what is the glass half full one? Simon has a crack.

IFS Zooms In: Coronavirus and the Economy
Will public sector workers get a pay rise?

IFS Zooms In: Coronavirus and the Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 34:52


Workers in the public sector have seen their pay squeezed over the last decade, and with inflation on the rise, disputes over pay look set to dominate the headlines this autumn.Across the public sector, we're hearing stories of hiring issues, staff retention and squeezed budgets. These issues all affect the morale of the workforce and the delivery of public services.What will the government do? How much would inflation matching pay increases cost? What would a longer-term plan to deal with these issues look like?This week we speak to Ben Zaranko, IFS expert on public finances and Delphine Strauss, Economics Correspondent at the Financial Times.Support IFS: https://ifs.org.uk/individual-membershipPublic sector pensions episode: https://ifs.org.uk/articles/future-public-sector-pensions Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Dauntless Grace Exchange
Enneagram and Health with Suzanne Overstreet

The Dauntless Grace Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 37:59


Suzanne Overstreet joins Deedra and Megan to discuss the enneagram and health journeys. As a wellness coach, she dives into each type and what common pitfalls may be for each type and how to best coach them through it.Suzanne started a health journey in February of 2018 with the goal of losing some weight and feeling comfortable on the campaign trail with her husband. What she didn't count on was a transformation in mindset, passion, and purpose. Now she is a full time Independent Optavia coach who helps others achieve their goals for a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy finances. She has been interested in learning about the enneagram for the past couple of years and now uses it in her health coaching with her clients to help raise self-awareness of how their fears and motivations can affect their health journey. You can find Suzanne on Facebook and Instagram. You can also set up a free 20-minute consultation by emailing Suzanne at suzanneohealthcoach@gmail.com.

The Human Experience
Meeting the Parts of You with Elizabeth Macinnes, LCSW

The Human Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 60:06


This week, we sit down with Elizabeth MacInnes to talk about a therapy modality called Internal Family Systems. Elizabeth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Internal Family Systems trained Therapist, Intuitive, and Astrologer. Elizabeth works with individuals and couples to build a healthier relationship with self that is rooted in love and nourishment. Elizabeth's goal is to provide guidance to help us unlearn what we have been taught so we can return to who we were before the world told us who to be. Elizabeth believes our bodies are our greatest messengers and we just need to learn the language of our bodies. Elizabeth lives in Maine with her wife and two children. We talk about: - What Internal Family Systems/Parts Work is and the difference between other therapy/treatment modalities - How to start working with the different parts of you and also, the parts of others - IFS and Trauma work - How to use IFS with Anxiety, Depression, and Grief - We end with a mini IFS session on Gaby! Elizabeth is currently available for new clients! Connect with her here: Website: www.ritualartofwellness.com Email: Elizabeth@Ritualartofwellness.com IG: Elizabeth.Ritual

Live IFS
118: Alexander A. - first call

Live IFS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 51:22


End Secret Bingeing
The indulgent part of us

End Secret Bingeing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:22


Ok so today's topic is one that is near and dear to my heart; today I want to talk about the indulgent part of us. If you're familiar with my coaching, I subscribe to the IFS therapy model which has proven to be a very helpful model for myself and my clients as we heal our binge eating behaviors. And IFS is all about this idea that we're not just a singular mind in our inner world; there are parts of us. And often these parts of us are at complete odds with each other. A part of us wants to get the laundry done so we can have clean clothes all week and so our floors are not covered in dirty laundry; AND a part of us wants to rest and chill and read a book or go on TikTok because that feels good too. This is everyone, by the way. You might think, ‘well this is just me being lazy.' But first, what is lazy? I don't think that word is one we could actually diagnose people with because what are the standards? And second, that can't be all of you – because a part of you does really enjoy clean clothes and a clean floor and the satisfaction of a job done, and also physical activity, caring for the family, the list goes on. So no, it's not as simple as you just being lazy.We're multi-faceted beings. So let's stop pretending the world is black and white, shall we? The more and more I get to know the inner workings of people's minds, the more and more gray the world becomes. And I think gray is truer than black and white.Schedule a free consult: sammybeecoaching.comFollow me on Instagram: @sammybeecoaching

Live IFS
118: Alexander A. - first call

Live IFS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 51:22


The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else) Podcast
Are You an Emotional Eater? Here's Why You Need to Stop Dieting

The Emotional Eating (and Everything Else) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:52


We're starting Season 2--woo-hoo!  And I'm kicking it off with a three-episode review/outline of sorts. I thought it would be helpful to focus on the three main aspects of my approach to creating a positive relationship with food.  And to talk about why I think they're so important.  Nothing drives me more crazy than to be told what or how to do something but not be told why.  So with each of these three topics, we'll be initially focusing on why they're so important.  Then we'll spend the rest of the season talking about how to make them happen. So, in the first three episodes, we'll be talking about why you need to: Move away from dieting Take a deep dive into your relationship with food, i.e. how and why your parts turn to food Stop hating your body (yes--how you feel about your body has a huge influence over your relationship with food) So in this week's episode, we're talking about why it's vital that emotional eaters stop dieting.  I give you six reasons why diets are detrimental to everyone but especially emotional eaters, binge eaters, or anyone else with a complicated relationship with food.  I go into detail on: Why our bodies don't like diets (spoiler alert:  because they're trying to keep us alive) Why our parts don't like dieting either How diets create polarizations between your parts The damage that moralizing food causes The racist, misogynistic, patriarchal system that is diet culture How dieting specifically leads to emotional eating As hard as it can be, one of the best things that all of us can do for ourselves, especially those of us with a complicated relationship with food, is stop dieting.  And we'll be talking about how to do that with the help of Intuitive Eating and IFS on this season's podcast.  But for now, we're looking at why it's so important to leave dieting behind.  Take a listen! If you're ready to leave dieting behind, grab my Free E-Course:  Why Diets Don't Work and How to Quit Them for Good If you're a therapist who wants to learn more about healing your and your clients relationship with food, get the details on my workshop here! Where to find me: Instagram Facebook page  

The Broken Brain™
Internal Family Systems Therapy with Dylan Schlender

The Broken Brain™

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 65:04


Internal Family Systems is a mode of therapy developed by Dr Richard Schwartz, declared an evidence based treatment by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The treatment uses family systems theory, and applies it to the patient's internal emotional parts. It is also known as Parts-Work. Dylan Schlender joins me to discuss our experience researching and receiving IFS in therapy. This episode is focused on the client experience, the theories of IFS, and what an IFS session looks like.

Mom & Mind
235: Centering the Mother and Healing with Internal Family Systems Psychotherapy with Rebecca Geshuri and Jessica Sorci

Mom & Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 41:16


Today's episode features a different take on perinatal mental health conditions. It's a fresh and more expansive perspective on the things that take place in families during the perinatal process. This episode is loaded with helpful information, and I hope you'll join us to learn more! Rebecca Geshuri and Jessica Sorci are Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapists, and Perinatal Mental Health Certified. As co-founders of Family Tree Wellness in Silicon Valley, California, Rebecca and Jessica lead their one-of-a-kind IFS-informed group psychotherapy practice that provides counseling, education, and support for people who are in the family-building phase of life. They are wildly enthusiastic about creating trainings and supporting other therapists who want to deepen their knowledge and skill in using IFS and working in reproductive mental health. Most importantly, they are mothers on their own healing journeys who bring their own personal experiences with grief and growing, mixed with creative expression and spirituality to their work. Their goal is to heal the intergenerational burdens that are present in humanity. In this episode, Rebecca and Jessica share with us why perinatal mood and anxiety disorders need to be redefined, how IFS psychotherapy works in perinatal mental health, and why their practice offers training for therapists on the mother-centric approach to therapy.   Show Highlights: How Rebecca and Jessica came into this work with motherhood and the perinatal population What the mother-centric therapy approach includes and why IFS therapy hits the major pain points for new mothers A basic overview of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy model, which recognizes and approaches the different parts of a person in a non-judgmental, respectful, curious, and compassionate manner How someone becomes the “identified patient” is and why this person might need therapy Why the new mother should be viewed as more of a hero who is revered rather than merely a sick or broken patient to be diagnosed How perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) should be redefined to acknowledge patriarchy and shame How IFS therapy and the mother-centric system focus on the shame and inner critic messages within a new mom to unburden her How Rebecca and Jessica look to address both the symptoms AND the shame  A look at mother-centric therapy as a contrast to our baby-centric culture How Family Tree Wellness is offering training and resources for other therapists–along with an upcoming book!   Resources: Connect with Rebecca and Jessica:  Website, Facebook, and Instagram Visit www.postpartum.net for resources! Visit my website, www.wellmindperinatal.com, for more information, resources, and courses you can take today!  

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Many therapy schools work with inner multiplicity (not just IFS) by David Althaus

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 36:49


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Many therapy schools work with inner multiplicity (not just IFS), published by David Althaus on September 17, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Cross-posted to LessWrong. Summary The psychotherapy school Internal Family Systems (IFS) is popular among effective altruists and rationalists. Many view IFS as the only therapy school that recognizes that our psyche has multiple ‘parts'. As an alternative perspective, we describe comparatively evidence-based therapy approaches that work with such ‘inner multiplicity' in skillful ways: Compassion-Focused Therapy, which incorporates insights from many disciplines, including neuroscience and evolutionary psychology. Schema Therapy, which integrates concepts from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychodynamic approaches, among others. Chairwork, the oldest psychotherapy technique used for working with the minds' multiple parts and which inspired IFS. This post may be especially relevant for people interested in ‘internal multiplicity' and those seeking therapy but who have had disappointing experiences with CBT and/or IFS or are otherwise put off by these approaches. Introduction The psychotherapy school Internal Family Systems (IFS) is based on the idea that our minds have multiple parts. IFS therapy focuses on enabling these parts to “communicate” with each other so that inner conflicts can be resolved and reintegration can take place. For brevity's sake, we won't discuss IFS in detail here. We recommend this post for an in-depth introduction. What is ‘inner multiplicity'? By ‘multiple parts' or ‘inner multiplicity', we don't mean to suggest that the human psyche comprises multiple conscious agents—though IFS sometimes comes close to suggesting that. By ‘parts', we mean something like clusters of beliefs, emotions and motivations, characterized by a (somewhat) coherent voice or perspective. Many forms of self-criticism, for instance, could be described as a dominant part of oneself berating another part that feels inferior. Different parts can also get activated at different times. Most people behave and feel differently during a job interview than with their closest friends. This idea is shared by many theorists of various schools, often using different terminology. Examples include ‘sub-personalities' (Rowan, 1990), ‘social mentalities' (Gilbert, 2000), and ‘selves' (Fadiman & Gruber, 2020). Not only new-agey softies espouse this perspective. The related concept of a modular mind is shared by unsentimental evolutionary psychologists (e.g., Kurzban & Aktipis, 2007; Tooby & Cosmides, 1992). In any case, this is a complex topic about which much more could be written. For a detailed “gears-level model” of inner multiplicity (and for why working with parts can be helpful), see Kaj Sotala's Multiagent Models of Mind. IFS is popular and seen as superior to traditional psychotherapy IFS is very popular among EAs and especially rationalists. If you were to only read LessWrong and the EA forum, you might think that there are only two therapy schools: IFS and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). IFS has its own LessWrong Wiki entry. Searching for “internal family systems” on LessWrong yields many more results than any other therapy, besides CBT. IFS is even credited with inspiring influential CFAR techniques like Internal Double Crux. Most of Ewelina's clients (Ewelina is a psychotherapist mostly working with EAs) know and respect IFS; few have heard of other therapy schools besides CBT, IFS or perhaps traditional psychodynamic approaches. Some EAs even believe that IFS can “revolutionize” psychotherapy. IFS is often regarded as superior to standard psychotherapy, i.e., cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mainly for two reasons. First, while CBT is viewed as treating the psyche as unitary, IFS acknowledges that we have multip...

Voices About Living
Episode 161: Healing the War Within Yourself–Part II

Voices About Living

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 36:31


In this second episode of this two part series, Valerie brings on special guest and fellow therapist Jessica Ginther to talk about the value of the Internal Family Systems model of therapy as a model for helping people come to know themselves better. In this series Valerie and Jessica talk about how all human beings […]

Mudlark
Letting Go of Rigidity + Softening into Gentleness: SOLO

Mudlark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 43:20


Hi sweet friend. Welcome back! Today I am sharing with you the ways I am seeing my controlling tendencies, how I am beginning to let go of rigidity, and how I am softening my sweet bones into a gentler way of existing.If we grew up feeling out of control, it makes sense that we might lean towards control in our adult lives. Does this resonate with you? I talk about medical anxiety and how that stems form growing up with a sick parent. I talk about therapy, various supportive therapeutic practices, and how I am shifting the way I show up for myself today. Let's get into it.Please Support our Sponsors >> SHOP COCOGLOWEnter code MUDLARK at checkout to receive 20% off your order

The Dauntless Grace Exchange
Enneagram & Relationships: Lorna & Katrina

The Dauntless Grace Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 32:16


We are wrapping up this enneagram and relationships series with two best friends: Lorna and Katrina! Lorna is a Six and Katrina is a Seven, and together they talk about how they meet each other in the middle of what each needs: planning v. spontaneity and quiet nights in v. exciting adventures. Realizing their types was a huge key in how they interact, and we are thankful they share their stories so openly!Lorna is a creative communications professional (aka nerdy artist), with a heart for Jesus and social justice who loves sushi, boba, her dog, books, musicals, the color black, and using too many examples in an intro.Katrina is a wife to Dan and bio/adoptive/foster mom to four children. She enjoys leading worship, meeting new people and serves as chief culture officer at Greenville University. She loves to share her Cuban heritage through food and can be found singing karaoke or dancing salsa in her living room at the end of a long week with her family.

The Creative Psychotherapist
VFTS 2022 7 | Peggy Kolodny & Salicia Mazero | Integrating EMDR, IFS & Art Therapy

The Creative Psychotherapist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 58:09


FEATURED GUESTS: Peggy Kolodny MA ATR-BC LCPAT, is a Board Certified, Registered and Licensed Art Therapist with level 2 certificates in IFS and in EMDR, specializing in trauma treatment across the life span. She is the founder of the group private practice, Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills.Currently, Peggy is adjunct faculty with George Washington University's Art Therapy Graduate Program as well as multiple professional training faculties. (Chesapeake Beach Play Therapy Seminars; The Ferentz Institute; and The Expressive Therapies Summits). She is on the Board of the Maryland Art Therapy Association, is a past president, and is their delegate to the American Art Therapy Association. Peggy is the current Chair of the International Society on the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Creative Arts Therapies Special Interest Group. Past faculties include University of Maryland, School of Social Work, Goucher College, and Maryland Institute, College of Art. Recent publications include 2 chapters in Art Therapy in the Treatment of Addictions and Trauma (Quinn, 2021) ; and a co-authored chapter with Salicia Mazero "The Interweave of Internal Family Systems, EMDR and Art Therapy" in “EMDR and Creative Arts Therapies” (Davis, Fitzgerald, Jacobs and Marchand, Routledge release October 2022). Past positions, back in the 1980's to the 1990's, include Chair of the Central Maryland Sexual Abuse Treatment Task Force, Vice Chair of the Maryland Chapter of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, and Director of a nonprofit clinical trauma treatment agency, The Family Connection. She truly has been working as an art therapist with trauma populations for 40 years since her graduation from George Washington University's Art Therapy Program. Salicia Mazero, MA, LPC, ATR, CEDS-S, is a licensed professional counselor, registered art therapist and a certified eating disorder specialist and supervisor practicing in St Louis, MO. Salicia is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Internal Family Systems (IFS). Over the past 10 years, Salicia has worked in two treatment centers focusing on treating eating disorders before transitioning to private practice. Salicia serves as the president of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals St. Louis chapter. She is also on the board of directors of the Missouri Eating Disorder Association and a presenter for their Feed the Facts program educating students and teachers about eating disorders and prevention in the school system. She presents nationwide annually on art therapy, IFS, and eating disorder treatment. Salicia recently co-authored a chapter on Art Therapy, IFS and EMDR in the book EMDR and Creative Arts Therapies. LISTEN & LEARN: A general overview of Internal Family Systems Therapy created by Richard Schwartz. The three main parts and the roles they play. How EMDR, IFS and art therapy can effectively by integrated. The 8 C's of self. Role of Self Energy. How presenting professionally lead to collaboration and opportunities for publishing. RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: Peggy Kolodny's practice Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills www.arttherapycollective.vpweb.com Email Peggy at pkolodny@yahoo.com Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills Facebook Page Salicia Mazero's practice Creating Your Journey, LLC creatingyourjourneyllc.com Visit our website for resources & summit session

The Shelly Story
33: Dr. Ammara Khalid, Co-Founder, CORE Chicago: Family Issues and Mental Health in the South Asian Diaspora

The Shelly Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 35:07


South Asian immigrants face a number of mental health challenges associated with the pressures of straddling two different worlds. The stress that comes with acculturation, trauma, and discrimination has been linked with depression, anxiety, and more, and getting help isn't always as easy as it seems. Most traditional psychotherapy has been modeled on Western families, which is why today's guest takes a more collaborative and multicultural approach. Today, we sit down with Dr. Ammara Khalid, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in individual, couples, and family therapy with children, adolescents, and adults of diverse backgrounds. In 2012, Dr. Khalid, together with Dr. Amanda Rios, co-founded the Center of Relational Empowerment (CORE), which helps individuals, couples, and families strengthen their core selves and, in doing so, empowers them to strengthen their relationships with others. Mental health in the South Asian diaspora is a key component of The Shelly Story, so we're grateful to have the opportunity to speak to a mental health professional like Dr. Khalid, who is deeply knowledgeable and compassionate about this topic. Ultimately, an understanding of different cultural perspectives and experiences is vital to how we shape mental health services for different populations of people. Tune in today to learn more! Topics discussed in this episode: How Dr. Khalid's background informed her interest in psychology Insight into CORE's multicultural philosophy The collaborative approach of internal family systems (IFS) therapy Stress related to acculturation that many South Asians experience Why the model minority myth is so harmful Overcoming stigma around mental health issues in South Asian communities A look at CORE's community outreach efforts Incorporating Eastern elements into Western psychology Couples therapy, love, and divorce in South Asian cultures Generational differences in perceptions of mental health Making mental health more accessible through social media Shifting away from strict binaries and toward understanding Want to connect with Dr. Khalid? You can find her on LinkedIn. To learn more about CORE, visit their website or follow them on Facebook and Instagram. Connect with Nikhil to learn more about The Shelly Story: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website LinkedIn YouTube

Binge Dieting   Learn how to change your relationship with Eating
Claire's weight loss journey, caretaking, enneagram personality types

Binge Dieting Learn how to change your relationship with Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 32:53


This episode talks about Claire's attempt at weight loss and the pitfalls that she experienced along the way. During the last 10 minutes Betsy talks about the 9 enneagram personality types and questions that can help various personality types learn how to minimize problems. 

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
EP 168: Honoring Limits and Capacities through Life Cycles, Business, and Yoga Practice with Sara Avant Stover

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 67:44 Very Popular


Summary In this episode, Kimberly and Sara discuss how they met through yoga, how they approach their businesses, and how they navigate moving through biological seasons such as premenopause and menopause. While culture wants women to continue pushing towards growth, Kimberly and Sara explain the importance of honoring their own limitations and energy levels especially as entrepreneurs. They also discuss Sara's approach to her online yoga teacher trainings for women.   Bio Sara Avant Stover is a teacher of feminine spirituality, bestselling author, and Internal Family Systems (IFS) Practitioner. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Columbia University's all-women's Barnard College, she had a cancer scare, moved to Thailand, and embarked on a decade-long healing and spiritual odyssey throughout Asia. Since then, Sara's gone on to uplift the lives of tens of thousands of women worldwide. The creator of the world's first Women's Yoga Teacher Training, she specializes in supporting women to navigate challenging life transitions and heal from trauma, in service of living with more ease, wholeness, and fulfillment. Sara has also been featured in Yoga Journal, the Huffington Post, Newsweek, Natural Health, and on ABC, NBC, and CBS. She lives in Boulder, CO, and online at SaraAvantStover.com What She Shares: –Kimberly and Sara's yoga teaching experiences together –Sara's The Way of the Happy Woman: Yoga and Meditation Teacher Training for Women –Accepting limitations and different capacities in business –Navigating biological seasons and accepting life's paths What You'll Hear: –How Kimberly and Sara met –Sara's experiences hosting yoga teacher trainings –Discovering love and capacity for leadership –Developed women's yoga teacher training –Transitioning to online teacher trainings –Reasons for focusing on women in trainings –Having sensibility and sensitivity while working with range of people –Processing emotions in community during trainings –Sara's experience dismantling and rebuilding business –Business practices valuing simplicity, cohesion, and sustainability –Navigating behind-the-scenes business challenges –Business expectations and assumptions for coaches –Marketing in the self-help, coaching, yoga worlds –Regret in business and entrepreneurship –Limitations and the feminine –Feminism, fertility, aging, and biology –Accepting limitations around bearing children –Childlessness and singleness in US culture –Ideology trumping biology in many circumstances –Technology and IVF not guarantees –Specific practices for pregnancy, postpartum, menstruation, perimenopause, postmenopause –Internal Family Systems therapy –IFS therapy part of teacher training –Range of experiences, ages, etc. in trainings –Intergenerational and international training –Women learning through modeling and others' stories –Setting up life and business to prepare for menopause –Sara's YTT starting early October –Honoring Zoom fatigue during online training   Resources Website: https://www.womensyogateachertraining.com/ https://www.saraavantstover.com/ IG: @saraaventstover

Voices About Living
Episode 160: Healing the War Within Yourself Part I

Voices About Living

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 36:31


In this two part series, Valerie brings on special guest and fellow therapist Jessica Ginther to talk about the value of the Internal Family Systems model of therapy as a model for helping people come to know themselves better. In this series Valerie and Jessica talk about how all human beings are innately whole and […]

Dear Gabby
Meditation for Connecting to Your Higher Self

Dear Gabby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 11:28 Very Popular


I have a gift for you today: It's a 7-minute meditation that will help the anxious, reactive parts of you relax, so you can let your highest Self take over. Is there a part of you that worries excessively, trying to outsmart the future? Maybe there's a part that overeats, trying to stuff down big feelings … or a controlling part that's addicted to work. If you can relate to any of this, you are not alone! Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy teaches us that we all have “protector” parts working valiantly to keep us safe. But true safety comes when we can help these parts relax. Today's Dear Gabby offers a beautiful guided meditation that will let you do just that.   The following are helpful resources and books I mention in the episode:  To learn more about IFS, listen to my Dear Gabby BIG TALK with IFS founder Dick Schwartz and my live talk about the Self-to-part connection. https://bit.ly/3xaDQkX Want even more support? I created the Miracle Membership to help you design a spiritual practice you can stick to—so you can feel connected, supported and inspired every day. Each week I deliver brand new workshops, guided meditations, community connection and so much more. Plus, I lead a different challenge each quarter to give you a spiritual jumpstart in every area of your life. The membership is easy to access on your phone, computer or tablet. Click here to join. https://bit.ly/3L2sy80 If you need additional support, please refer to this list of mental health resources. I'm proud of you for being here. https://bit.ly/3eBdFOb This podcast is intended to educate, inspire and support you on your personal journey toward inner peace. I am not a psychologist or a medical doctor and do not offer any professional health or medical advice. If you are suffering from any psychological or medical conditions, please seek help from a qualified health professional.   Produced by Dear Media.

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari
IFH 614: Kubrick, Nolan & Spielberg: The Power of Staging with Mark W. Travis

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 93:14 Very Popular


Mark W. Travis acclaimed as "the director's director", Mark W. Travis is regarded by many Hollywood and International professionals as one of the world's leading authorities in the art and craft of film directing. Drawing from his impressive background in design, writing, acting, and his wide range of experience directing theater, film and television, Mark is able to bring new insights and exceptional clarity to the complex task of directing the feature film.Mark W. Travis earned a B.A. degree in Theatre at Antioch College and did his graduate training in Directing in the MFA program at the Yale School of Drama. Mark is a creative consultant to film directors Mark Rydell, George Tillman, Cyrus Nowrasteh and many other notable writers and directors.Mark's television directing credits include The Facts of Life, Family Ties, Capitol and the Emmy Award-winning PBS dramatic special, Blind Tom: The Thomas Bethune Story. In 1998 he directed the pilot for LifeStories.In 1990 he completed his first film, Going Under, for Warner Bros., starring Bill Pullman and Ned Beatty. In 2001 he wrote and directed The Baritones (parody of The Sopranos) as well as the short documentary, Earlet. In 2006 he co-directed the documentary, Ancient Light.Mark's unique approach to working with actors and characters (The Travis Technique) has gained the attention of directors, writers and actors worldwide and is becoming a standard approach for stimulating powerful performances.Since 1992 Mark has been sharing his techniques on writing, acting and directing worldwide.USA: The Directors Guild, American Film Institute, Pixar Animations Studios, UCLA Extension, Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Hollywood Actor's Workshop, Hollywood Film Institute.JAPAN: Film & Media Lab and Vantan Film School.GERMANY: UW Filmseminares, ActionConcept, IFS, and HFF, the Munich Film School.POLAND: The Film Farm in Kotla.ENGLAND: Raindance, Paradigm Film Productions, Hurtwood House, Metropolitan Film School, National Film and Television School, London Film School, Lionhead Studios, London Film Academy.FRANCE: The Cannes Film Festival,NETHERLANDS: The Maurits Binger Institute.UKRAINE: HSU in Kiev, OIFF in Odessa;RUSSIA: International Film Actors Workshop,IRELAND: FAS Screen Training Ireland,NORWAY: The Norwegian Film School,DENMARK: The National Film School ofDenmark,SPAIN: afilm International Film Workshops,CZECH REPUBLIC: FAMU Academy of Film and Television.Mark has served as a Creative Consultant on several feature films including: Here's Herbie; Notorious; Not Forgotten; The Stoning of Soraya M,; Black Irish; Men of Honor; Barbershop; Barbershop 2; The Day Reagan Was Shot; Norma Jean, Jack and Me and television episodes of: Lois and Clark; The Pretender; Picket Fences, 90210, Melrose Place; Strong Medicine; NYPD Blue; The Practice and Ally MacBeal.Mark is the author of the Number-One Best Seller (L.A. Times), THE DIRECTOR'S JOURNEY: the Creative Collaboration between Directors, Writers and Actors. His second book on directing, DIRECTING FEATURE FILMS (published in April of 2002) is currently used as required text in film schools worldwide. His next book, THE FILM DIRECTOR'S BAG OF TRICKS will be published in September 2011.

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
The Psychology Behind Food Addiction & Creating Better Habits EP 1316

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 92:04 Very Popular


Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is an expert in the psychology of eating. She is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and the founder of the worldwide Bright Line Eating movement. Her first two books, including “Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin, and Free,” became New York Times bestsellers. Her work weaves the neuroscience of food addiction with powerful insights from Positive Psychology, IFS, and 12-Step Recovery to outline a roadmap for achieving true integrity and self-authorship around food. In this episode you will learn:Why you should be preplanning your food. How cheat meals can negatively affect your brain.That freedom from food addiction is possible.The importance of self control.For more, go to lewishowes.com/1316Kyle Gillett on Optimizing Your Hormone Health: https://link.chtbl.com/1315-podThe Key Signs Your Not Healthy & How to Fix It with Casey Means: https://link.chtbl.com/1252-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-pod

The Dauntless Grace Exchange
Enneagram & Relationships: Ginger & Annie

The Dauntless Grace Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 30:05


 Best friends and ministry co-directors Ginger and Annie join us to discuss how the enneagram plays in their relationship. Ginger is a 5, and Annie is a 1. They share how they learned about their types; how each of them has learned to lean into their strengths to pull up the other's weaknesses; how their numbers ebb and flow into stress and security; and why understanding the energy levels of both is so important.Don't miss Episode 18, where Ginger talks all things enneagram Five.To support Eden's Glory's fall fundraiser, check out Graze in the Grass. In Reverend Ginger Coakley's own words: I am humbled that God called me to lead something like this. Eden's Glory is an act of courage and obedience, EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. It is also an honor to have a front row seat to the transforming power and grace of God. In 2010 I was completely unaware that slavery still existed. When I heard, I devoured information from statistics to documentaries, to narrative accounts. I was heart broken at the reality. I was angered by the injustice, and I was CALLED to do something about it. So I quit my job, moved to Illinois, got married, bought a house, had a baby, and started a ministry all in the same year. Crazy! We have been open since September 2015 and I'm grateful to walk alongside survivors every day.Annie Schomaker is a licensed clinical social worker with vast experience of casework, counseling, and training in her field. In 2004, God moved her heart to fight for the broken, the enslaved, and challenge systemic injustices and she has never turned back. Annie is the co-founder and lead program developer for Eden's Glory. MANY hours of learning, research, networking, writing, revising, wrestling, creativity, heart, and PRAYER have been given to the creation of a two-year treatment program for survivors of human trafficking. Annie leads us with a high standard, and with God's help and grace, to focus on the women and their pursuit of physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and relational restoration.

The Mind and Fitness Podcast
241 - Phil de la Haye Talks Internal Family Systems

The Mind and Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 47:49


Phil joins the podcast from South Gloucestershire in the UK to talk about his fantastic recovery and how he has taken that knowledge and has turned it into a wonderful SIRPA and IFS-based coaching program to help clients throughout the world. Today's podcast is brought to you by Jeannie Kulwin Coaching AND Rebecca Tolin Mind Body Coaching! Follow Jeannie on Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jeanniekulwincoaching/ Sign up for Rebecca's Be Your Own Medicine Course, coming in September: https://www.rebeccatolin.com/course Get your free mini-Breathwork session and learn more about 1:1 coaching here: www.jeanniekulwin.com  Become a Patron of the Show!  You can support the show with as little as a few dollars per month - show your support and get a shoutout every single week to thousands of people across the world: https://www.patreon.com/themindandfitnesspodcast Join the Facebook Group to participate in show topics: The Deleters of Pain Give us a Like on Facebook: The Mind and Fitness Podcast If you are interested in advertising your online service or business, email me at eddy@themindandfitnesspodcast.com 

Fitness Unfiltered
International Fitness Summit 2022 Debrief

Fitness Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 40:02


Team FU have just come back from IFS 2022 in Lisbon. In this episode we return to your ears to catch up and debrief. We hope you enjoy this episode, and if you do please give us a review and rating and subscribe to the podcast, tell all your friends and tag us in your social media posts! As always your Fitness Unfiltered Team is: @DrMikeThe2nd @the.dan.osman @esgfitness

Evolved Caveman
Episode 162: How To Find Joy During The Plague

Evolved Caveman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 57:28


Humanity has contended with the plague of COVID for over 2 1/2 years now. It has upended every aspect of our lives. Case in point, the rates of depression and anxiety have risen from 11-12% of the population (prior to COVID) to over 40% in the past couple years. Join this important conversation with esteemed guest, Dr. James Bramson, and Dr. John to unpack the proven ways that you can tap into more frequent positive emotions, such as joy, even in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. Dr. James H. Bramson is a licensed psychologist and social worker with over 25 years of experience. He is the director of the Mindful Alliance Center and Co-Founder of the East Bay Mindfulness Center. James works as a clinical director, supervisor, organizational consultant, neuropsychologist, forensic psychologist, expert witness and clinician. He utilizes a strategic-solution focused, CBT, & IFS approach to help individual clients (and couples) optimize their full potential and to live, work and love “mindfully”. When Dr. Jim is not running his clinic and professional network, or seeing clients, he is doing expert witness work in court or overseeing organizational consulting projects, training shrinks in other countries or just laying about. Mostly, his joy comes from being a husband and raising two kids, watching and playing sports, and playing the drums. Dr. Bramson is currently finalizing his book entitled, Finding Joy During The Plague and Other Not So Good Times.And you can find out more about Dr. Jim attheebmc.com/wcminstitute.net/drbramson.com Books referenced in this episode include…Man's Search For Meaning by Viktor FranklPositivity by Barbara FredricksenPlease remember to like, share and review. Many, many thanks for listening!If you like what you've heard at The Evolved Caveman podcast, support us by subscribing, leaving reviews on Apple podcasts. Every review helps to get the message out! Please share the podcast with friends and colleagues.Follow Dr. John Schinnerer on| Instagram | Instagram.com/@TheEvolvedCaveman| Facebook | Facebook.com/Anger.Management.Expert| Twitter | Twitter.com/@JohnSchin| LinkedIn | Linkedin.com/in/DrJohnSchinnererOr join the email list by visiting: GuideToSelf.comPlease visit our YouTube channel and remember to Like & Subscribe!https://www.youtube.com/user/jschinnererEditing/Mixing/Mastering by: Brian Donat of B/Line Studios www.BLineStudios.com

Dear Gabby
How to Honor Your Addictive Patterns Through IFS

Dear Gabby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 59:20 Very Popular


Are negative or addictive patterns blocking you from becoming your highest self? Whether it's self-sabotaging behavior, destructive patterns or chronic fear that's holding you back, today's Dear Gabby will free you up to become the person you long to be. In this live talk, I'll explain how Internal Family Systems (IFS) parts work can help you honor your addictive patterns and experience transformational healing and growth.   The following are helpful resources and books I mention in the episode:  Want even more support? I created the Miracle Membership to help you design a spiritual practice you can stick to—so you can feel connected, supported and inspired every day. Each week I deliver lessons, guided meditations, community connection and so much more. Plus, I lead a different challenge each quarter to elevate every area of your life, and the BRAND NEW Relationship Challenge kicks off on October 1! Click here to join the Miracle Membership. https://bit.ly/3CUxsCi In my newest book, Happy Days: The Guided Path from Trauma to Profound Freedom and Inner Peace, I write about IFS therapy and parts work in depth. Chapter 7, “Love Every Part,” will be particularly helpful for you. https://bit.ly/3QdvG1O To learn more about IFS, you can listen to this Dear Gaby Big Talk with IFS founder Dick Schwartz. https://bit.ly/3TEvr2N In today's podcast I share about the deep healing that took place when I wrote The Universe Has Your Back. This book has touched countless lives, and I'm so grateful that its lessons have healed others as much as they've healed me. https://bit.ly/3xfH5YH If you need additional support, please refer to this list of mental health resources. I'm proud of you for being here. https://bit.ly/3wTHz6i This podcast is intended to educate, inspire and support you on your personal journey toward inner peace. I am not a psychologist or a medical doctor and do not offer any professional health or medical advice. If you are suffering from any psychological or medical conditions, please seek help from a qualified health professional.     Right now, you can get 15% off this dynamic duo when you go to JustThriveHealth.com and use code: GABBY at checkout   Go to perfectsnacks.com/gabby to get a FREE Perfect Bar today.   Use code GABBY on cymbiotika.com for 15% off site-wide or create your custom bundle and get up to 45% off. (code applies on top of custom bundle discount)   Produced by Dear Media. 

See You On The Other Side
18 | Ketamine, IFS, & Healing (with Stephanie Coleman, MD)

See You On The Other Side

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 64:01


Dr Stephanie Coleman is a holistic medical practitioner who works primarily with ketamine therapy and consulting in Los Angeles, CA and soon to be Salt Lake City, Utah.  She switched from radiology to ketamine therapy after researching and experiencing the benefits of psychedelics in mental health.We discuss parts work, or IFS, and how it integrates well into ketamine therapy.  Community in this space, and referring clients to other specialists when needed.  Celebrities and their place in the psychedelic renaissance. And where the future of psychedelics and ketamine is headed.You can find Dr Coleman and her services here: https://www.stephanielynwellness.com/Check her out on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/stephanielyncolemanmd?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/seeyouontheothersidepodcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Subscribe to our YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCBMMebwa0Kh43qvZtL1fZogSupport the show