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Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME
Computerized Left Ventricular Hypertrophy Detection

Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 22:05


Computerized Left Ventricular Hypertrophy Detection Guest: Bob Farrell, Ph.D.   Hosts: Anthony H. Kashou, M.D. (@anthonykashoumd) When the heart in the human body's source to pump blood has decreased, it is referred to as the left ventricle. Furthermore, the hypertrophy or the heart's wall eventually loses its firmness, which leads to a higher risk of hypertension or high blood pressure. Often, the heart tends to lose its ability to pump blood. In addition, some signs to stay aware of are feeling fatigued, dizziness, fainting, and frequent chest pain. Patients affected by Left Ventricular Hypertrophy are more at risk of becoming diagnosed if they experience decreased or increased heart rhythm signals or congestive heart failure. Therefore, when the doctor recommends testing, an Electrocardiogram is used to record signals to test the heart rhythm and abnormalities. In addition, an MRI or Echocardiogram is used to test Computerized Left Ventricular Hypertrophy as well. Joining us today to discuss Computerized Left Ventricular Hypertrophy Detection is Bob Farrell, M.D., professor of medicine at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Furthermore, Dr. Farrell is currently a member of the board of directors of the International Society of Computerized Electrocardiology. Specific topics discussed: With other modalities available to clinicians (e.g., echo, cardiac MR), is ECG still relevant in the discussion of LVH? You have recently made some updates in the GE “12SL” program related to LVH. What drove the changes that you made? Customer feedback, opaqueness of the criteria, ACC/AHA recommendations to manufacturers So what were the changes you made? How did you pick which of the many criteria out there to use and how important was it to explicitly list the positive criteria in the interpretation? You mentioned earlier that ECG-LVH is an entity in its own right and is associated with poorer outcomes. Can you talk about ECG-LVH and risk prediction, and how the changes you've made in the GE 12SL program aid in the risk prediction? Connect with Mayo Clinic's Cardiovascular Continuing Medical Education online at https://cveducation.mayo.edu or on Twitter @MayoClinicCV and @MayoCVservices. Facebook: MayoCVservices LinkedIn: Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Services NEW Cardiovascular Education App: The Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME App is an innovative educational platform that features cardiology-focused continuing medical education wherever and whenever you need it. Use this app to access other free content and browse upcoming courses. Download it for free in Apple or Google stores today! No CME credit offered for this episode. Podcast episode transcript found here.

Contrabass Conversations double bass life
934: Remembering Wolfgang Guettler

Contrabass Conversations double bass life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 10:34


obituary courtesy of the International Society of Bassists: Wolfgang Güttler, whose decades-long career as a performer, recording artist and educator garnered numerous awards, including the Concours de Genève, died on September 18, 2022. He was 77 years old.  Born in Brasov, Romania, he was solo bassist with the SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg, and tutti double bass with the Berlin Philharmonic and Bucharest Radio Orchestra. He served as professor of double bass at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln and the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe, and gave masterclasses at the Julliard School.    He was dedicated to expanding the double bass repertoire, from classical standards to jazz, and was a champion of contemporary music. His remarkable musical partnership with the Rumanian double bass virtuoso Ovidiu Badila was cut short by Badila's untimely passing.    Says Martin Wind of his late teacher Wolfgang Güttler, “He encouraged me to listen to my own voice, follow my instincts and become an independently thinking, complete musician. In my 25+ years of teaching there has not been one day where I did not pass on the lessons that I learned from him.” Petru Iuga also paid tribute upon learning of Güttler's death: “He was one of the greatest bassists and musicians I ever met. A great man, friend and a spiritual double-bass father who has inspired me.”   Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically!   Check out our Online Sheet Music Store with 100+ wide-ranging titles for bassists.   Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle. Check out my Beginner's Classical Bass course and Intermediate to Advanced Classical Bass course, available exclusively from Discover Double Bass.   Thank you to our sponsors!   Dorico - Unlock Dorico for iPad – For Life! Want to enjoy all of Dorico for iPad's subscription-only features – including support for unlimited players, freehand annotations in Read mode with Apple Pencil, support for third-party Audio Unit plug-ins, and much more – but don't want to pay a monthly or annual fee? Dorico for iPad now provides a lifetime unlock option, so you can access all current and future subscription-only features for a single, one-off in-app purchase. Visit the App Store today and unlock Dorico for iPad for life!   Carnegie Mellon University Double Bass Studio - CMU is dedicated to helping each student achieve their goals as a musician. Every week each student receives private lessons and participates in a solo class with Micah Howard. Peter Guild, another member of the PSO, teaches Orchestral Literature and Repertoire weekly. They encourage students to reach out to the great bassists in their area for lessons and direction. Many of the bassists from all of the city's ensembles are more than willing to lend a hand. Every year members of the Symphony, the Opera and the Ballet give classes and offer our students individual attention. Click here to visit Micah's website and to sign up for a free online trial lesson.   Upton Bass String Instrument Company - Upton's Karr Model Upton Double Bass represents an evolution of our popular first Karr model, refined and enhanced with further input from Gary Karr. Since its introduction, the Karr Model with its combination of comfort and tone has gained a loyal following with jazz and roots players. The slim, long “Karr neck” has even become a favorite of crossover electric players.   theme music by Eric Hochberg

Your Longevity Blueprint
Mold Treatment Pearls with Dr. Lauren Tessier

Your Longevity Blueprint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 51:17


Mold-related illness- specifically colonization, can involve complex treatment. Dr. Lauren Tessier, a naturopathic physician who treats often-overlooked forms of mold-illness, joins me to discuss mold in women, mold in pediatrics, and mold in autoimmunity.  The four (overlapping) types of mold illness: Common allergy, including dry eyes, runny eyes, runny nose, coughing, sneezing, and even asthma Fungal infection, colonization, and biofilm.  Mycotoxicosis (The toxic impact of mold) Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) Guest Bio: Dr. Lauren Tessier is a practicing Naturopathic Physician. Her practice Life After Mold, located in Waterbury, Vermont, services local and international clients suffering from mold-related illnesses complicated by comorbid conditions such as multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), and chronic infections- including Lyme & co-infections, EBV, CMV, etc.  Dr. Tessier, previously CIRS certified in 2016, treats not only biotoxin illness but also other overlooked forms of mold illness, including allergy, infection/colonization, and mycotoxicosis.  Dr. Tessier serves clients via in-office medical care or through educational wellness consults; she also provides one-on-one private training for practitioners looking to improve upon their mold-literate clinical skills.  Dr. Tessier is the President of ISEAI, or the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness, and has been in service to the nonprofit since 2017, in the roles of Secretary, Vice President, and general board member. ISEAI is dedicated to helping practitioners learn how to diagnose and treat Environmentally Acquired Illness in their client population.  The free e-booklet “Mold Prevention: 101”, authored by Dr. Tessier is available on her website, and has been circulated worldwide.  In this episode: The four overlapping types of mold-related illnesses that get caused by mold and mycotoxins. (7:28) How cancer relates to mold illness. (9:33) Why mold-related illnesses are not more widely accepted. (10:05) The most common symptoms of mold illness. (12:33) How mold illness affects kids. (13:47) How mold illness impacts women's health. (14:59) Other symptoms of mold illness. (17:55) What mass cell activation syndrome (MCAS) is. (21:48) What multiple chemical sensitivity is. (25:16) The importance of controlling your exposure to different variables. (32:28) Foods that could contain mold toxins. (37:28) How mold illness (40:41) and colonization (43:24) can be treated.  “Close your eyes and think of the Olympic rings and how they overlap. Picture four rings overlapping- almost like a four-petal flower. In each one of those petals, I put a type of mold illness.” “I think of mass cell activation syndrome as the moat around the disease castle.” “When the white cells are in a state where they are just on high alert, they will react to even the smallest stuff.” “Your body can only handle so many toxins until it starts to not know how to process them. When it does not know how to process them, it kicks them from the liver back into the bloodstream. So you're almost getting this internal re-exposure that happens.” “It is so important to control the different variables of exposure. Your main variables of exposure are your environment and your food. ”  “What comes from the ground has to dry out and get stored away somewhere before I eat it, like grains, legumes, beans, coffee, and nuts. Anything that starts a little damp and then gets stored somewhere dry, that's where a lot of the issues come in.” Links and Resources: Free gift: https://www.lifeaftermold.com/mold-prevention-101 Life After Mold Website     Instagram                Facebook                  Twitter     Pinterest              Youtube           TikTok                    Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online   Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast production by Team Podcast 

Control System Cyber Security Association International: (CS)²AI
51: Learning the Discipline of Cybersecurity with Steve Mustard

Control System Cyber Security Association International: (CS)²AI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 56:09


Derek Harp is happy to have Steve Mustard, President, and CEO of National Automation Inc., joining him on the show today! Steve has been a long-term contributor to the control systems cybersecurity space.  Steve Mustard is a Licensed Professional Engineer (Texas, Kansas) and UK Chartered Engineer with technical development and management experience in process automation and business process re-engineering across multiple sectors. He is also a volunteer and past president of the International Society of Automation (ISA), a home brewer, cyclist, guitarist, triathlete, husband, and father. Steve grew up in Sunderland, an industrial region famous for coal mining and shipbuilding in the North East of England. Joseph Swan, the inventor of the incandescent light bulb, also came from Sunderland, and Lewis Carroll based much of the Alice in Wonderland story on the times he spent there. In this episode of the (CS)²AI Podcast, Steve shares his backstory, discusses his education, gets into his career trajectory, and offers nuggets of career advice. You will gain a lot from this show if you are thinking about making a career in cybersecurity or considering moving from a different field into the security space. Stay tuned for more! Show highlights: How and where Steve's interest in technology, cybersecurity, and control systems engineering disciplines originated. The event in 1999 that led to Steve's first intersection with cybersecurity. How the National Infrastructure Security Coordination Center (NICC), now called the Center for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI), began in the UK. Steve discusses the different areas he gets involved with. Why he does not like the idea of cybersecurity always being its own discipline, separate from everything else. Steve shares his concerns about digital transformation.  You don't have to conform when selecting a career path. Rather think about what motivates you and what you enjoy doing, and forge your own direction.  Steve dives into his volunteer positions with IET and ISA. People should be qualified to work in the cybersecurity or automation space. You can take courses and become certified through ISA. There are many advantages to informing your career path with knowledge of safety and cybersecurity. Steve offers career advice and tips for engineers looking for some additional knowledge. Steve shares his concerns for the future of cybersecurity. Links and resources: https://www.cs2ai.org/ ((CS)²AI) https://au2mation.com/ (National Automation Inc.) https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-mustard-794a0a2/ (Steve Mustard on LinkedIn) Books mentioned: Alice in Sunderland by Bryan Talbot Mentioned in this episode: Join CS2AI Join the largest organization for cybersecurity professionals. Membership has its benefits! We keep you up to date on the latest cybersecurity news and education. https://cs2ai.captivate.fm/cs2ai (Preroll Membership) Our Sponsors: We'd like to thank our sponsors for their faithful support of this podcast. Without their support we would not be able to bring you this valuable content. We'd appreciate it if you would support these companies because they support us! Network Perception Waterfall Security Tripwire KPMG Cyber

Behind The Line
Alternative Approaches to Healing: Neurotherapy

Behind The Line

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 77:47


Show Notes:Today I am so excited to be joined by Michael Mariano, neurotherapy expert, and we are diving into the benefits of neurotherapy including neurofeedback, biofeedback and related tools. I am so grateful for this conversation including Michael's show and tell with some of his equipment so you can get an idea of what it all looks like. You can listen to this episode, or watch and see the show and tell time on YouTube! Check out the links in the “Additional Resources” section below for more info on neurotherapy, and for Michael's information if you would like to follow up with him.Episode Challenge:Take 5 minutes to complete our listener feedback survey!! Help shape the future of Behind the Line to ensure that it is meeting your needs and covering topics that matter most to you. If you complete the survey before September 30th you will be entered to win a $50 amazon gift card!Complete the Behind the Line Listener Feedback Survey, here.Reflect on where you're at and what you might need by using our free Beating the Breaking Point Indicators Checklist & Triage Guide. Additional Resources:Neurotherapy Related Resources: ·        Biofeedback Certification International Alliance·        International Society for Neuroregulation & Research·        The Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback IncMichael Mariano Contact Info (Office in New Westminster, BC): michaelroymariano@gmail.com Enter to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card by taking 5 minutes to complete our Behind the Line listener feedback survey, here.Connect, Rate, Review, Subscribe & Share!Connect with me on Facebook and Instagram, or email me at support@thrive-life.ca. I love hearing from you! Subscribe and share this podcast with those you know. I appreciate every like, rating and review – every single one helps this podcast to be seen by other First Responders & Front Line Workers out there. Help me on my mission to help others just like you to not only survive, but to thrive – both on the job and off.

Faces of TBI
NeuroLaw with Bruce Stern

Faces of TBI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 33:00


Bruce H. Stern is a shareholder and member of the Personal Injury Group of Stark & Stark. He concentrates his practice in the area of trucking and construction litigation, brain and spinal cord injuries, and wrongful death. He graduated cum laude from Duke University in 1977 and from Rutgers School of Law-Camden in 1981. Mr. Stern is a founding member and past chair of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group of AAJ. He also has served as chair of AAJ's Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway & Premises Liability Section. He serves as Treasurer of the International Brain Injury Association and the North American Brain Injury Society. In 2009, he was elected president of the Belli Society. Mr. Stern was selected for induction into the International Society of Barristers and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. Mr. Stern is the author of numerous articles and a frequent lecturer on the subject of traumatic brain injury litigation, evidence and trial techniques. He also co-authored a book entitled Litigating Brain Injuries which is published by Thomson Reuters and a chapter entitled "Brain Injuries" which is included in Association of Trial Lawyers of America's (ATLA) Litigating Tort Case Series, published by AAJ Press. Mr. Stern is certified as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney by both the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. www.braininjurylawblog.com   Episode brought to you by Integrate Brain Centers Support this podcast for just $5 a month via Patreon.

We Can Do This
Leading Healthy High Impact Teams with Molly Grisham

We Can Do This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:36


Keynote Speaker and Experiential Facilitator, Molly Grisham helps to build and sustain teams in a wide variety of industries. She believes that teams don't grow apart, they die apart. She knows that elite high-performing teams in all industries get stretched and stressed by the demand to perform. She is passionate about helping teams to rediscover their strengths and restore their relationships, so they can rebuild their teams. With nearly two decades of experience as a College Soccer Coach and Communication Professor, Molly approaches her work as an educator. She meets people where they are and helps them move to where they want to be. Molly holds degrees in Communication from Belmont University, the University of Illinois, and Missouri State University. She has completed training as a Civil & Family Mediator, she is a Certified Experiential Specialist with the International Society of Experiential Professionals, and she is a Certified Myers-Briggs facilitator.Molly is down-to-earth and compels her audience to participate in the learning process. She engages groups from the moment she steps in front of them and leaves them with tools and processes that they will use long after an event has ended. She knows healthier teams lead to happier humans, and happier humans lead to high-performing teams.When not facilitating, Molly can be found at her favorite used bookstore and at various international restaurants in St. Louis. Read a full transcript and more at https://wecandothis.co/episodes/030Instagram → https://instagram.com/wecandothiscoTwitter → https://twitter.com/wecandothiscoMolly on Instagram → https://instagram.com/molly.grishamMolly on YouTube → https://youtube/mollygrishamMolly on Twitter → https://twitter.com/mollygrishamFind Molly at https://mollygrisham.com–––Follow Sean at the links below:Instagram → https://instagram.com/seanpritzkauTwitter → https://twitter.com/seanpritzkau–––EPISODE CREDITS:Music by Darren King on Soundstripe

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema
Episode 105: A conversation with Joanne Cacciatore on therapeutic approaches to grief counseling

The Hospice Chaplaincy Show with Saul Ebema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 47:46


Dr. Cacciatore specializes in counseling those affected by traumatic death.  She works with and counsels families from all around the world who have experienced catastrophic deaths. Her therapeutic interventions are always presence-and-mindfulness based and include narrative, dialectical, and trauma-focused therapies. She also teaches meditation, mindfulness, and compassion and ahimsa practices to students and clients from around the world.As an advocate of “green” mental health care after a traumatic experience, she is a member of the American Psychotherapy Association, the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education, the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, and the National Center for Crisis Management. She spearheaded and directs the graduate Certificate in Trauma and Bereavement program at ASU.Her research has been published extensively in peer reviewed journals such as The Lancet, Birth, Death Studies, Omega Journal of Death and Dying, Social Work, Social Work and Healthcare, and Families in Society.Dr. Cacciatore received her Doctorate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and her Masters degree and Bachelor's degree in psychology from Arizona State University.  Her work has been featured in major media sources such as People and Newsweek magazines, the New York Times, Boston Globe, CNN, National Public Radio, and the Los Angeles Times.She has been the recipient of many regional and national awards for her empathic work and service to people suffering traumatic grief. Among them, the Hon Kachina Award in 2007, the Sr Teresa Compassionate Care Award, the Empathic Therapist of the Year Award, Arizona Foothills Arizona Women Who Move the Valley Award, and the Parents of Murdered Children Father Ken Czillinger Award.

Tails from a Vet Tech
Cat-Vocation: Advocating for Cats featuring Ellen Carozza

Tails from a Vet Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 69:13


On today's episode, Tabitha talks to “The Cat LVT”, Ellen Carozza, about, you guessed it, cats! We chat about our love for cats, how they are often misunderstood, how you can advocate for the cats in your care, pediatric kitten care, and more! Ellen Carozza is a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 1996 who has worked exclusively with feline patients since 2002, Ellen (The CAT LVT)  currently resides at NOVA CAT CLINIC in Arlington, VA and is one of the founders of the Chris Griffey Memorial Feline Foundation, a 501(c)3 dedicated to the critical feline neonate and pediatric cases.In addition to her full time career as a Licensed Veterinary Technician, and her “mother of kittens'' role with the foundation, she also lectures on the veterinary circuit. Known for her no-nonsense attitude and practical methods of teaching, Ellen has co-authored several guidelines with the American Association of Feline Practitioners as well as the International Society of Feline Medicine. She has been featured in “AAHA Trends Magazine”, “Today's Veterinary Nurse”, “Vet Girl on the Run'' as well social media news outlets such as “LOVE MEOW “and “The DODO .”  She was featured as Jackson Galaxy's Cat Camp “camp nurse” before COVID teaching their veterinary nursing courses for cats as well as being a long time mentor to  Hannah Shaw, The Kitten Lady to name a few with her work on saving critical kittens instead of euthanasia. Ellen is also one of the three members of the AVTCP organization committee that created the AVTCP Feline subspecialty and holds the title of VTS (CP-Feline) in North America. Aside from not having enough hours in the day, her latest big adventure brings her expanding the CGMFF's work to Otavalo, Ecuador in November 2022 along with CHASE where they will be providing charitable veterinary services to the local community.  After a long day at work, Ellen comes home to four cats of her own amazing cats; St. Ambrose, Michelle, Loki and Brother Noggin as well as a tolerant husband and daughter that still don't understand her obsession over cats.Support Ellen:https://criticalkittens.orghttps://www.facebook.com/thecatlvthttps://www.instagram.com/thecatlvt/Not One More Vet:https://www.NOMV.ORGNot One More Vet - Race Around The World (Donation)https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=5BQGXT8YNKUH4Support the show :TwitterFacebookInstagramEmail

Parenting in the Trenches with Karen Peters
Anxiety in the Aftermath of Traumatic Experiences, with Chris Rensch

Parenting in the Trenches with Karen Peters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 49:16


If you are a parent of a child in therapy or are considering it in the future, it may seem like a bit of a mystery what happens in that room when the door closes.  Chris offers us a look into the process of therapy that is informational and comforting.  As one who specializes in trauma therapies and serves a wide variety of clients, he helps to demystify some of the unknown.  Through this conversation, Chris gives us some insight into the practical aspects of what therapy might look like for our children. He also shares his trust in the wisdom and intuition of children working through trauma and explains how providing a safe, open environment and a strong connection is the most powerful tool that we have in helping children heal, not only in the therapist's office but also in the family home.I'm grateful to Chris for having this conversation and he provided us with some great resources which are linked below.  https://www.treehousetraumacentre.com/The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation https://www.isst-d.org/https://drdansiegel.com/books/https://www.complextrauma.ca/And the earlier episode we mentioned of Parenting in the Trenches with Lisa Dion: https://www.my.thrive-life.ca/parenting-in-the-trenches-s8e3

Weird Distractions Podcast
The Case of Dee Dee & Gypsy Blanchard

Weird Distractions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 36:47


This week, Alex tackles a patreon pick (thank you Shadow & Cheryl) which is the case of Gypsy & Dee Dee Blanchard. In the shows first ever two-parter, you'll hear the beginnings of both Dee Dee and her daughter, Gypsy, along with the documented dynamic between the duo. You'll also hear the break down of their relationship, and ultimately what would become one of the most publicized crime cases. As mentioned in the episode, please consider checking out the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect website, which will be listed in the resources. Need a distraction? I got you. Podcast Promo: That's So F*cked Up Podcast - check them out: https://tsfuthepodcast.com/ (https://tsfuthepodcast.com/)  Listener discretion is advised. Shout out to Patrons Tom, Bailey, Angela, Jon, Alicia, Lynn, Shadow, Courtney, Cheryl & Susan! Thank you for supporting Weird Distractions on Patreon. You can also support the show on Patreon and get monthly bonus episodes, behind the scenes footage, and more! Weird Distractions is also on Buy Me a Coffee if you want to support the show with a one-time donation.  You can also find some merch for the show on Redbubble (https://www.redbubble.com/shop/weird+distractions+podcast (https://www.redbubble.com/shop/weird+distractions+podcast)).  If you want to provide feedback or even your own weird story to be read on air in an upcoming Listener Distractions episode - please email: weirddistractionspodcast@outlook.com. If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, please consider rating & reviewing. It's the best way to support the show (for free).  Thanks for listening! Weird Distractions is a proud member of the Cultiv8 network: https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork/ (https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork/)  Resources:  International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect website - https://www.ispcan.org/?v=402f03a963ba (https://www.ispcan.org/?v=402f03a963ba)  Canadian Red Cross website - Definitions of Child Abuse and Neglect - https://www.redcross.ca/how-we-help/violence-bullying-and-abuse-prevention/educators/child-abuse-and-neglect-prevention/definitions-of-child-abuse-and-neglect (https://www.redcross.ca/how-we-help/violence-bullying-and-abuse-prevention/educators/child-abuse-and-neglect-prevention/definitions-of-child-abuse-and-neglect)  Mayo Clinic website - Child Abuse - https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/child-abuse/symptoms-causes/syc-20370864 (https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/child-abuse/symptoms-causes/syc-20370864)  Wikipedia - Murder of Dee Dee Blanchard - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Dee_Dee_Blanchard#Early_life_and_marriage_of_Dee_Dee_Blanchard (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Dee_Dee_Blanchard#Early_life_and_marriage_of_Dee_Dee_Blanchard)  Wikipedia - BDSM - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BDSM (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BDSM)  Cosmopolitan article - “The 10 Most Disturbing Reveals From HBO's True-Crime Documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest - The doc tells the story of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose Blanchard” - by HELIN JUNG - MAY 16, 2017 - https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/tv/a9659096/mommy-dead-and-dearest-dee-dee-blanchard-documentary-recap/ (https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/tv/a9659096/mommy-dead-and-dearest-dee-dee-blanchard-documentary-recap/)  Cosmopolitan article - “The True Story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard's Mom, Dee Dee Blanchard” - by Amanda Lundgren - April 10th, 2019 - https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/tv/a27099800/gypsy-rose-blanchard-mom-dee-dee-blanchard/ (https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/tv/a27099800/gypsy-rose-blanchard-mom-dee-dee-blanchard/)  Buzzfeed News article - "Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom Murdered” - by Michelle Dean - August 18, 2016 -...

Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast
NFX #194: Making Neurofeedback More Accessible w/ Ross Spears & Whitney Rich

Roscoe's Wetsuit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 35:33


Ross is a doctoral candidate pursuing a degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has served in several departmental leadership capacities including past president and vice president of UTSA's Neurofeedback Society.  His research interests include cultural humility, counselor education teaching strategies, and integrating neurofeedback with counseling. In addition, Ross continues to assist with several graduate level-counseling courses while providing counseling and neurofeedback services to the San Antonio community. He is supervised by the current president of the International Society for Neuoregulation and Research (ISNR), Dr. Mark Jones.Whitney is a doctoral student studying Counselor Education and Supervision at The University of Texas at San Antonio. She is a previous graduate assistant for UTSA's Introduction to Neurofeedback course and a current member of UTSA's Neurofeedback Society. Her research interests include mindfulness-based relaxation techniques, group counseling, multicultural counseling competencies, and utilizing neurofeedback with counseling. She is particularly interested in helping to make counseling more accessible to traditionally non-help seeking populations.

Female Athlete Nutrition
96: You Can Eat Bed-Time Snacks!

Female Athlete Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:19


In this episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition podcast, I talk with an expert in the field of performance nutrition, Dr Michael Ormsbee. He also happens to be a previous professor of mine! We touch on Dr Mike's own sporting journey, beginning with ice hockey in high school and college, before getting into triathlons and cross fit more recently. Dr Mike is a leading researcher in sports and performance nutrition, and we hear how he works with elite athlete populations, including currently with elite female athletes using Whoop bands. We discuss the need for research in females and for better understanding the effects of the menstrual cycle and the unique female physiology on all aspects of performance. This episode dives deep into the concept of pre-sleep feeding, busting the myth that eating before bed is detrimental. For both athletes and non-athletes, consuming protein close to bed can have metabolic benefits and increase muscle protein synthesis, especially when exercising in the evening. We touch on nutrient timing and nutrient priming for recovery. Dr Mike compares different protein types: whey, casein, other animal sources, and plant based protein, reassuring listeners that plant proteins can be just as beneficial, and to look for sources rich in leucine. Dr Mike recommends 40g protein before bed and shares his research into elite female athletes showing that the majority are missing the mark here.  We emphasize the importance of ensuring you are consuming enough protein throughout the day rather than focusing specifically on timing. We debunk the myth that eating close to bed affects body composition, rather, type of training plays a much bigger role. Dr Mike discusses his current and future research interests in female athletes, and we underscore the need for more of this research in women: Dr Mike is leading the way! Follow Dr Mike and his work on Instagram @MikeOrmsbee and @FSUISSM  Dr Mike's Official Bio: Michael J. Ormsbee is a Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Nutrition & Integrative Physiology, the Director of the Institute of Sports Sciences & Medicine at Florida State University, and an honorary research fellow at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, and the International Society of Sports Nutrition and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association. His research expertise involves the interaction of exercise training, nutrition, and supplementation to improve metabolism and achieve optimal body composition, human performance, and health in both athletic and clinical populations. Dr. Ormsbee was honored as the 2014 FSU Teacher of the Year, 2017 Nutrition Researcher of the Year (NSCA), 2018 FSU Graduate Student Mentor of the Year, 2020 FSU Distinguished Teacher of the Year, and the 2020 Sport Scientist of the Year (NSCA). His course, “Changing Body Composition Through Diet and Exercise” is available through The Great Courses. Learn more about Lindsey's Services and the Team at Rise Up Nutrition: www.riseupnutritionrun.com Worried that you have RED-S? Curious to know how we could help or how you can recover fast?! Download the RED-S Recovery Race & see how you place for more support: www.riseupnutritionrun.com/reds

It's All Speechie
Virginia Ingram: Digital Literacy and Speech Services following COVID-19

It's All Speechie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 52:42


Today we are joined with Virginia Ingram! She taught me so much about what digital literacy is (and no, it is not e-books, I learned..) and how we use it in our speech therapy services as well as in our day-to-day lives. Her southern accent comes in as strong as my ability to get off topic... check it out! Check out Virginia on Instagram (@virrrrrrrginia & @ambikitools). Websites for more information include: ambiki.com & www.slp-news.info Follow us on Instagram: @itsallspeechie Head over to patreon to help build content! Below you can find some resources referenced during the podcast: Link to donate to International Society for Technology in Education - https://www.iste.org/about/diversity-equity-and-inclusion Book Recommendations - Mismatch by Kat Holmes Resources: https://leader.pubs.asha.org/do/10.1044/2022-0808-social-media-elementary-schools/full/ https://www.instagram.com/movewithmarcia/?hl=en https://www.education.com/resources/coding/?cid=11.75 https://www.commonsensemedia.org/ https://ambiki.com/

TheHealthHub
The Science Of Achieving Goals With Dr. Emily Balcetis

TheHealthHub

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 54:08


In this episode we speak with Dr. Emily Balcetis about the science behind achieving goals. Dr. Balcetis is an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University and the author of Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World. Emily Balcetis has been described as a pioneer of the scientific investigation of behavioural science and motivation. She leads an international team of scholars, writers, artists, and advocates. In her research, she has uncovered previously unknown strategies that increase, sustain, and direct people's efforts to meet their goals. She has authored over 70 scientific publications and books. She has appeared as a host for National Geographic and a guest on ABC, MSNBC, and others. Her TED talk has been viewed over 4 million times. She has partnered with GE, Prudential, Lean Cuisine, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, and other organizations on principals of motivation. Her research has been supported with several large grants from the National Science Foundation and has been featured in hundreds of TV, radio, and print outlets around the world. She has received numerous awards for her work from organizations including the Federation of Association of Brain and Behaviour Scientists, the International Society for Self and Identity, the Foundation for Personality and Social Psychology, and the Society for Experimental Social Psychology. She received a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Cornell University, where she held a Sage Fellowship. Learning points: How can we set achievable goal parameters? How can changing people's focus of attention, can improve exercise? Why is failing to achieve a goal not always a bad thing? Social Media Handles/Website Address: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/contributors/emily-balcetis-phd https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-balcetis-6b2853165

War Machine
Matt Valler /// The Alchemy Of Apocalypse

War Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 26:56


This episode features a talk recently given by Matt Valler exploring a New Materialist conception of time in alchemy as a way to rethink apocalyptic imagination in climate activism. The talk was presented as part of the Material Religion panel at the International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture conference at the University of Chester, UK.

How We Can Heal
Institutional Courage with Jennifer Freyd

How We Can Heal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:53


Today on the How We Can Heal Podcast, Lisa Danylchuk chats with Jennifer Freyd, Ph.D., a researcher, author, educator, speaker and so much more. The pair discuss Freyd's path to finding the Center for Institutional Courage, how the connections we have to institutions affect us, and her research on DARVO. Now, let's wrap up Season 2 and get talking about how we can heal.About Jennifer Freyd:Jennifer J. Freyd, PhD, is a researcher, author, educator, and speaker. Freyd is the Founder and President of the Center for Institutional Courage, Professor Emerit of Psychology at the University of Oregon, and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the School of Medicine, Affiliated Faculty at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and Affiliated Faculty, Women's Leadership Lab, Stanford University. She is also a Member of the Advisory Committee, 2019-2023, for the Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education, National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. Freyd was in 1989-90 and again in 2018-19 a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. Freyd currently serves as the Editor of The Journal of Trauma & Dissociation.Freyd is a widely published and renowned scholar known for her theories of betrayal trauma, institutional betrayal, institutional courage, and DARVO. She received her PhD in Psychology from Stanford University. The author or coauthor of over 200 articles and op-eds, Freyd is also the author of the Harvard Press award-winning book Betrayal Trauma: The Logic of Forgetting Childhood Abuse. Her most recent book Blind to Betrayal, co-authored with Pamela J. Birrell, was published by John Wiley, with seven additional translations. In 2014, Freyd was invited two times to the U.S. White House due to her research on sexual assault and institutional betrayal. In 2021 Freyd and the University of Oregon settled Freyd's precedent-setting equal pay lawsuit.Freyd has received numerous awards including being named a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, an Erskine Fellow at The University of Canterbury in New Zealand, and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. In April 2016, Freyd was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation. Freyd was selected for the 2021 Christine Blasey Ford Woman of Courage Award by the Association for Women in Psychology.Additional Bio: Jennifer Joy Freyd profile by the American Psychological Association.Outline of the episode:04:26 Defining Institutional Courage18:54 Institutional Betrayal & Betrayal Blindness Explained33:29 The link between individuals and the institutions we love47:47 DARVO: Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender54:38 Lab Research Institutional CourageResources:Jennifer's Website: https://www.jjfreyd.com/Center for Institutional Courage: https://www.institutionalcourage.org/Dynamics Lab: https://dynamic.uoregon.edu/South Park DARVO clip: https://southpark.cc.com/video-clips/gfwbrf/south-park-it-s-called-darvoYou can follow Dr. Freyd on Twitter at @jjfreydcourageFull Episode Transcript: howwecanheal.com/podcast

Healthy Indoors
Indoor Environments Show Episode 11: Personalized Environmental Control Systems with guest Bjarne Olesen

Healthy Indoors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 58:44


On this episode, we will discuss Personalized Environmental Control Systems with our guest, Bjarne Olesen. Dr. Bjarne Olesen is a Professor at the International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy, Department of Environmental and Resource Engineering, Technical University of Denmark.  He heads one of the world's leading research groups related to the influence of the indoor environment on people. Indoor Environments: Global Research to Action is a new video show & podcast that explores how research can be translated to practice on a variety of topics related to our built indoor environments. The International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) and the Indoor Environmental Quality Global Alliance (IEQ-GA) have partnered with Healthy Indoors® /IAQNET LLC to create this unique show. More at: https://global.healthyindoors.com/c/indoor-environments/

Ask The Tech Coach: A Podcast For Instructional Technology Coaches and EdTech Specialists

Welcome to "Ask the Tech Coach," a podcast for Instructional Coaches and Technology Integration Specialists. In this episode of “https://www.teachercast.net/episodes/ask-the-tech-coach/ (Ask the Tech Coach),” Jeff welcomes Lauren Kelly, the Director of Membership and Community at ISTE on the podcast to discuss the ISTE Community Leaders Program. If you would like to be a part of future podcasts and share your thoughts, https://www.teachercast.net/podcastguestform (please contact the podcast).  We would love to have you join the show. Question of the Week Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section. This week's question is: Question Topic: What is the ISTE Community Leader program? Weekly Topic What is the ISTE Community Leader program? History of ... How do Community Leaders support the ISTE Community? Twitter Chats @ISTECommunity Monthly Twitter Spaces Conversations ISTE Connect Webinars Podcasts Meetups Newsletters The importance of volunteering in the community What makes ISTE so special of an event to attend? What can we expect in 2023 at ISTE Philadelphia? Call for Participation – new formats, new opportunities to get involved Deadline September 30 https://conference.iste.org/2023/presenters/submit_proposal.php (https://conference.iste.org/2023/presenters/submit_proposal.php)? About our Guest: Lauren Kelly Lauren Kelly is the Director of Membership and Community at ISTE, where she's had the pleasure of building community among educators for the last five years. You can find her on Twitter http://twitter.com/lauren_iste (@lauren_iste). About the ISTE Community Leaders ISTE Community Leaders are year-round volunteers in the ISTE member community. They support our community by empowering educators to connect around topics of common interest to improve their practice and transform teaching and learning. ISTE members can find them around ISTE Connect, our member community, and everyone can connect with them on Twitter @ISTECommunity. The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is home to a passionate community of global educators who believe in the power of technology to transform teaching and learning, accelerate innovation and solve tough problems in education. ISTE inspires the creation of solutions and connections that improve opportunities for all learners by delivering: practical guidance, evidence-based professional learning, virtual networks, thought-provoking events and the https://www.iste.org/iste-standards (ISTE Standards). ISTE is also the leading publisher of books focused on technology in education. For more information or to become an ISTE member, visit https://www.iste.org/ (iste.org). Subscribe to ISTE's https://www.youtube.com/user/istevideos (YouTube channel) and connect with ISTE on https://twitter.com/iste (Twitter) or https://www.facebook.com/ISTEconnects/ (Facebook). Join the TeacherCast Instructional Coaches Network! Are you a Tech Coach or looking to become one this year? Are you searching for support in your position? The TeacherCast Tech Coaches Network, is a dynamic Professional Learning Network designed specifically for Tech Coaches and designed to provide weekly support for all Instructional Coaches. 3 Distinct Professional Learning Networks designed to help you grow for network other Coaches and Digital Learning Leaders Free Downloadable Templates and Coaching Resources that can be used in your district ... tomorrow! Direct access to Jeff Bradbury and all of​f his "offline" content that he creates during the school year. Exclusive TeacherCast and "Ask the Tech Coach" podcast episodes directly relating to the questions that YOU ASK in our PLN groups. Weekly email...

Finding Center with Nick Hardwick
#146: Alan Aragon: The Science of Flexible Dieting

Finding Center with Nick Hardwick

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 74:34


Alan Aragon is a nutrition researcher and educator with over 25 years of success in the field. He is known as one of the most influential figures in the fitness industry's movement towards evidence-based information. His notable clients include Stone Cold Steve Austin, Derek Fisher, and Pete Sampras. Alan writes a monthly research review (AARR) providing cutting-edge theoretical and practical information. Alan's work has been published in popular magazines as well as the peer-reviewed scientific literature. Welcome to the Hardwick Life podcast with your hostNick Hardwick. We are joined by Alan Aragon. Alan co-authored Nutrient Timing Revisited, the most-viewed article in the history of the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (JISSN). He also is the lead author of the ISSN Position Stand on Diets & Body Composition. Alan maintains a private practice designing programs for recreational & professional athletes — and of course regular people striving to be their best. In this podcast episode we discuss: Alans Background. What is driving the obesity pandemic? What is flexible dieting and more!

Patients Come First
Patients Come First Podcast - Delaney Liskey

Patients Come First

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 15:03


This episode of VHHA's Patients Come First podcast features doctoral student and multiple sclerosis survivor Delaney Liskey, founder of the International Society of Patient Research Scientists, for a conversation about her studies and medical research at the Mayo Clinic, her childhood MS diagnosis, and her efforts to bring the voice of patients into the medical and scientific research community. Send questions, comments, feedback, or guest suggestions to pcfpodcast@vhha.com. Or contact us on Twitter or Instagram using the #PatientsComeFirst hashtag.

Alter Your Life
Incontinence Is Common, Not Normal. Here's What You Need To Know with Urogynecologist Dr. Allison Polland

Alter Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 36:04


Despite what Billy Madison said, peeing your pants isn't cool. And it certainly doesn't make you Miles Davis. Now, unclench your butt because we are going there!   In this episode we cover…   What incontinence is and what you can do it about it! You have more options than you think when it comes to treatment and quality of life! What pelvic organ prolapse (aka POP) is and how to get the care you need. You may not need to drink as much water as you think! And other lifestyle and dietary modifications you can explore to support your pelvic health. This renowned Urogynecologists #1 tip on how to care, advocate, and embody your body! Hint: this is where I come in ;)   Dr. Allison R. Polland, is board certified in both urology and urogynecology. She is director of the Maimonides Pelvic Floor Center. Dr. Polland completed her undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at Yale University before going on to medical school at Columbia University. She completed her general surgery internship and urology residency at Mount Sinai Hospital, before going on to fellowship at Georgetown University.    Dr. Polland is one of the few urologists in the country with cross-specialty training in a gynecology-based Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery fellowship. She performs reconstructive urologic surgery for both women and men, and treats all urologic and urogynecologic issues, including pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic floor disorders, urethral strictures, fistulas, hematuria and recurrent UTIs. Dr. Polland has extensive training in minimally-invasive surgical techniques, including vaginal, laparoscopic, and robotic-assisted surgery.    Dr. Polland has a strong research background with a special interest in women's sexual health. She has received grants from the Sexual Medicine Society of North America and the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health. She has given lectures in this area of expertise at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Mount Sinai Hospital. She has also been recognized for her research on a national level with multiple presentations at national scientific meetings. Learn more about Allison here.   If you're picking up what I'm laying down… ALTER YOUR (in)BOX by clicking here and I'll meet you there Monday morning :) Learn more at www.alissaalter.com Follow along on IG @alissaalter As always I've got your back, I've got your front, and I've got your undercarriage.

The Rational View podcast with Dr. Al Scott
A review of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (Cold Fusion) with Dr. Edmund Storms

The Rational View podcast with Dr. Al Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 61:56


In this episode I start my investigation into the Cold Fusion controversy. In 1989 Pons & Fleischmann announced in a hastily convened press conference, the discovery of a new clean energy source that would revolutionize power grids and save humanity from climate change. They had measured the production of excess heat and neutrons in a room temperature electrolytic reaction using heavy water and a palladium cathode.  It shortly became evident that their claims were not entirely correct. After many attempts it was discovered that their experiment could not be replicated and mainstream science dismissed Cold Fusion as a pathological science. Despite this lack of acceptance, many have continued to try to replicate their work and strike it rich. Now after more than 30 years, a pattern of unexplained anomalous results has emerged from the rubble.  Is there something to the newly renamed Low Energy Nuclear Reactions field?  I'm interviewing an expert who has been involved in reviewing the work in this field since the very beginning. Edmund Storms obtained a Ph.D. in radiochemistry from Washington University (St. Louis) and is retired from the Los Alamos National Laboratory after thirty-four years of service. His work involved basic research in the field of high temperature chemistry as applied to materials used in nuclear power and propulsion reactors. He presently lives in Santa Fe where he is investigating the "cold fusion" effect in his own laboratory. An authority in the field he has published 2 books, over 100 papers and four complete scientific reviews of the field over the years. In May 1993, he was invited to testify before a congressional committee about the "cold fusion" effect. In 1998, Wired magazine honored him as one of the 25 people in the US who is making a significant contribution to new ideas. He was awarded the Preparata Medal by the International Society of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science and honored as Distinguished Scientist by University of Missouri. His large collection of literature about LENR was used to create the website www.LENR.org where information about the phenomenon is available. His recent work has focused on understanding LENR and making the effect reproducible. Follow me at www.therationalview.ca Join the Facebook discussion @TheRationalView Twitter @AlScottRational Instagram @The_Rational_View #TheRationalView #podcast #coldfusion #LENR #science #electrolysis #palladium #nuclear #nuclearpower

MMA BJJ and Life
UAP-E: Michael E. Boyd

MMA BJJ and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 86:55


Michael E. Boyd Physicist - Engineer - Archaeologist In 1985 Mr. Boyd received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics at UCSB. Mr. Boyd began his career as engineer/scientist starting in 1982 at Hughes Aircraft Company, Santa Barbara Research Center. His career has spanned component manufacturing development engineering in the medical device, microelectronics, telecommunication, semiconductor, and hard drive industry. Michael has published his research in technical publications including the International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Journal of Vacuum Science Technology, and the Society for California Archaeology. Mr. Boyd received an A.A. in Anthropology in 2019 and A.S. in Construction Management in 2021 from Cabrillo College in Aptos California. He began working as an Archaeologist in 2017. Mr. Boyd has three United States patents on the world's first spacetime metrics engineering device called the mass-spin-valve or gravitational rectifier, it is a type of gravitational diode. Mr. Boyd is a member of the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE), the Society for California Archaeology, and the Santa Cruz Archaeology Society. Michael E. Boyd can be found at: @BoydMichaelE A copy of Mr. Boyd's CV may be found at: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8039-4166 Steph can be found at: UAP_Experiencers IG UapExperiencers Twitter UapExperiencers FB Steph can be found at: UAP_Experiencers IG UapExperiencers Twitter UapExperiencers FB CAB Podcast Network www.youtube.com/c/CallingAllBeings Available on: Amazon Music Google Podcast Apple Podcast SoundCloud Stitcher ListenNotes Podchaser Spotify PodcastAddict IHeart

Catfish Cops
Episode 75: "Lawrence Jay Braunstein"

Catfish Cops

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 74:37


Lawrence Jay Braunstein is a partner in the law firm of Braunstein & Zuckerman, Esqs, in White Plains, New York. His practice includes the areas of Matrimonial and Family Law and related civil and criminal litigation. Since 1985 he has specifically focused his practice in the areas of child custody litigation, including parent-child contact problems and issues involving allegations of parental alienation and refuse/resist dynamics, and litigation involving allegations of child sexual abuse, physical abuse and abusive head trauma (shaken baby) in matrimonial, family and criminal cases. He is recognized by his peers as an expert in these areas and is often hired by other lawyers to assist them in their litigation because of his expertise in these areas.He regularly lectures as an invited speaker, both nationally and internationally, in the areas of child sexual abuse, physical abuse and shaken baby, child custody litigation, expert witness testimony, courtroom psychology, trial procedures, and on various other criminal, family and matrimonial law topics to judges, attorneys, medical and mental health professionals, law enforcement personnel (State and Federal), prosecutors (State and Federal), and child protection service personnel. Since 1999 he has served on the faculty of the New York City Police Department Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Investigation Course and, since 2014, on the faculty of the New York City Police Department Homicide Investigator Course. In 2004 he was the only defense attorney invited by the FBI to participate as a member of the working group to plan the International Online Child Sexual Victimization Symposium, and to present to both the working group and the Symposium. He has conducted hundreds of training with police departments across the county, with the FBI Behavioral Analysis Units, and with police agencies in England, Scotland, Wales, and South Africa. Outside of his practice, Larry believes in the importance of adequately training the next generation of lawyers in both litigation and non-litigation skills. To further that goal he serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Hofstra University School of Law in Hempstead, New York where he teaches Modern Divorce Advocacy, and Child Abuse and Neglect.Since 2007 he has been named as one of the “Top Attorneys in the New York Metro Area” as published in the New York Times Magazine's Super Lawyer Section, and one of the top Twenty-Five “Super Lawyers” in the Westchester County, New York, area. In 2014 he was rated “AV Preeminent” by the Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Ratings, indicating his high level of ethical standards and professional ability, generated from evaluations by other members of the bar and the judiciary in the United States and Canada. In 2018 he was included in Best Lawyers in America, and his firm was included in Best Law Firms in America.He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the International Academy of Family Lawyers.Larry is a respected member of the legal community and is involved in leadership positions with several professional organizations. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Executive Committee and Former Co-Chair of the Committee on Child Custody; Past Legal Chair of the New York State Interdisciplinary Forum on Mental Health and Family Law, and Past Chair of the Westchester County Bar Association, Family Law Section. He is Vice President of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) New York Chapter, and a member of the Expert Faculty of the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN). He is also a Past Co-President of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) New York Chapter, and a member of the Board of Directors of AFCC International.Larry is a member of the Board of Editors of, and is a contributor to, the Journal of Child Custody&

Once Shattered: Picking up the Pieces
Thriving after Scoliosis, Alcoholism, and an Eating Disorder with Tamie Gangloff

Once Shattered: Picking up the Pieces

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 54:40


Tamie is a marriage and family therapist and marketing professional with a specialty in the treatment of eating disorders, addiction and trauma. Tamie is an advocate with the Eating Disorders Coalition, President of Southwest Philly IAEDP (International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals) and is on the board of SOSORT (International Society on Scoliosis Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Treatment).Tamie earned her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Santa Barbara and, over the past 15 years, has held many positions in the eating disorder field including private practice, outreach, clinician in residential treatment and is currently the Director of Field Marketing and Events at Alsana.Tamie utilizes her personal and professional experience to help others and advocate for change and offer support to others.For Tamie: Tamie Gangloff LinkedInInsta @thescoliosisswimmerFacebook The Scoliosis SwimmerOrthofix Video – Orthofix Helped Tamie Recover from her Spinal FusionSSOL Webinar – Scoliosis, Spine Fusion and Mental Health - listed under FREE webinarsOur Hosts:Linda and John (Jack) Mazur wrote, Emilee: The Story of a Girl and Her Family Hijacked by Anorexia, to honor their daughter's wish, to raise awareness, evoke compassion, and foster change in how eating disorders are viewed and treated. Paperback: and Kindle:https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/170092012XAudiobook:https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/B08R6LRPDSLinda and Jack can be reached through the book website: https://emileethestoryofagirl.com or at Linda.john.mazur@gmail.comEllen Bennett is the director of KMB for Answers, a non-profit charity providing educational and financial support for mental health professionals as well as assistance for families in search of resources. For more information about Ellen Bennett and the foundation founded in memory of her daughter Katlyn, go to: www.Kmbforanswers.com

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 Stem Cell Report with Martin Pera
Modeling Neuropsychiatric Disorders in a Dish

The Stem Cell Report with Martin Pera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 28:48


In this episode of The Stem Cell Report, sponsored by Bio-Techne, we will explore the modeling of complex human neuropsychiatric diseases such as autism, bipolar disorder, and others using stem cell-based, three-dimensional culture models of the brain and its development. Martin Pera will be joined by Drs. Carol Marchetto and Rusty Gage, experts in the normal and pathological development of the brain. Carol Marchetto is an Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of California, San Diego and an adjunct Assistant Professor at the Salk Institute. Rusty Gage is the Vi and John Adler Chair for Research on Age-Related Neurodegenerative Disease and the President of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his research including his appointment as a Fellow of the National Academy of Medicine. He is a former president of the ISSCR and a current member of the Stem Cell Reports Editorial Board. HostMartin Pera, PhD – Editor-in-Chief, Stem Cell Reports and The Jackson LaboratoryTwitter: @martinperaJAXGuestsCarol Marchetto, PhD, University of California, San Diego, USA Rusty Gage, PhD, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA  Supporting ContentReaching into the toolbox: Stem cell models to study neuropsychiatric disordersEthical, Legal, and Regulatory Issues Associated with Neural Chimeras and OrganoidsAbout Stem Cell ReportsStem Cell Reports is the Open Access journal of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) for communicating basic discoveries in stem cell research, in addition to translational and clinical studies. Stem Cell Reports focuses on original research with conceptual or practical advances that are of broad interest to stem cell biologists and clinicians.Twitter: @StemCellReportsAbout ISSCRWith nearly 4,500 members from more than 70 countries, the International Society for Stem Cell Research is the preeminent global, cross-disciplinary, science-based organization dedicated to stem cell research and its translation to the clinic. The ISSCR mission is to promote excellence in stem cell science and applications to human health.Twitter: @ISSCRAcknowledgementsISSCR StaffKeith Alm, Chief Executive OfficerYvonne Fisher, Managing Editor, Stem Cell ReportsKym Kilbourne, Director of Media and Strategic CommunicationsJack Mosher, Scientific AdvisorVoice WorkBen SnitkoffMusic@Konovalov

Multifaith Matters
Anuttama Dasa and the International Society of Krishna Consciousness

Multifaith Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 56:36


In the 1960s and 1970s the Hare Krishnas were known for wearing saffron robes, chanting in the streets, and raising money at airports. Many people feared them and considered them a cult. A lot has changed in the over fifty years since the founding of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Anuttama Dasa discusses ISKCON's origins, history, beliefs and practices, lived culture and more. Anuttama Dasa is the Minister of Communications for ISKCON. He has been a member of ISKCON since 1975. He has served as a member of the Governing Body since 1999. Originally from Michigan, he studied political science at Michigan State University and University of Michigan before leaving his studies to pursue a religious and spiritual quest. He lives in Rockville, Maryland. ISKCON website: https://www.iskcon.org/ The Hare Krishnas: Celebrating 50 Years magazine -  https://www.iskconcommunications.org/resources/iskcon-50th-anniversary-magazine/file Learn more about our work at https://www.multifaithmatters.org. Support this work: One-time donation: https://multifaithmatters.org/donate Become my patron: https://patron.podbean.com #ISKCON #HareKrishna #AnuttamaDasa

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.
cBHT/Testosterone For Women

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:46


There is a current trend advocating for women to do complete “hormone panels” for wellness. There is also persistent confusion surrounding the use of “bioidentical hormones” stemming mainly from the vast options of OTC and compounded “natural” hormone supplements. For women, compounded bioidentical hormones (cBHT) mainly takes the form of testosterone supplements/pellets. With decades of use of these products, what is the current state of opinion on them? In this episode we will review updated position statements for bioidentical hormone use from the National Academy of Science & Medicine, the NAMS, the ASRM, and the International Society of Sexual Health. We will discuss the use of “pan- hormone testing” and will also review when serum testosterone levels may be indicated and summarize key concepts for testosterone use in women.

Fueling Creativity in Education
Creativity is about Change in the System with Michael Hanchett Hanson

Fueling Creativity in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 28:42


Have you ever heard of the participatory framework of creativity?    In this episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education podcast, Dr. Cyndi Burnett and Dr. Matthew Worwood welcome Dr. Michael Hanchett Hanson, a developmental psychologist, author, and leader of the Participatory Creativity Lab. Among many other notable roles, Michael is one of the leading advocates for the participatory framework of creativity, emphasizing the diversity of roles people take up as participants in change.   Listen in to hear Michael break down the participatory framework of creativity and how it can be applied to educational environments and maker spaces. He highlights how the participatory framework of creativity fosters a continual creative process in a child's day-to-day life and helps students become aware of the creative processes happening in their classroom.    “Once you make this slight shift in how we think, there are really broad and deep implications… The core question implied by the idea of creativity shifts.” – Michael Hanchett Hanson   Michael also sheds light on a few ways to support teachers' creativity, then shares what he learned from writing his new book, “Creativity and Improvised Educations: Case Studies for Understanding Impact and Implications”.   Michael's Tips for Teachers and Parents:  Think about it as creativity in the service of good education, not education to produce creative people. If people are well educated and deeply engaged in a domain, they will have ideas. The combination of formal, traditional education and self-directed learning is different in each case, but both are absolutely necessary. Really good education is understanding the deep questions that drive domains of knowledge.   Recommended Resources: Learn more about Participatory Creativity Lab Creativity and Improvised Educations by Michael Hanchett Hanson Listen to the episode with Dr. Vlad GlaveanuListen to the episode with Jonathan Plucker Listen to the episode with David Cropley   Eager to bring more creativity into your home or classroom?  Access a variety of creativity resources and tools & listen to more episodes of The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast by visiting our website,  www.CreativityandEducation.com.   Subscribe to our monthly newsletter!   Have a question? Email Dr. Burnett and Dr. Worwood at questions@fuelingcreativitypodcast.com!   You can also find The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, and PodBean! Make sure to rate, review, and share the podcast if you enjoy it!   About Michael Hanchett Hanson: Michael Hanchett Hanson is a developmental psychologist; Director of the Masters Concentration in Creativity and Cognition at Teachers College, Columbia University; leader of the Participatory Creativity Lab (www.participatorycreativitylab.org); and a founding board member and Secretary of the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation (ISSCI).    Michael is one of the leading advocates for the participatory framework of creativity, which emphasizes the diversity of roles people take up as participants in change. He has written on the history of the construct of creativity within psychology; creativity in education; the ideological uses of the construct; ironic thought patterns as a creative heuristic, and creative practices in the construction of the self. His most recent book, “Creativity and Improvised Educations: Case Studies for Understanding Impact and Implications”, looks at case studies of creative work across a variety of domains and what these cases can teach us about the roles of education in lifelong creative development.   Connect with Michael on LinkedIn Buy his book, Creativity and Improvised Educations   

Contrabass Conversations double bass life
929: Ethan Phillion on Charles Mingus

Contrabass Conversations double bass life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 50:11


Ethan Philion is an award-winning bassist, composer, and bandleader based in Chicago. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory and DePaul University, he has performed with Rufus Reid, Greg Ward, Dana Hall, and many other artists.  Ethan also won the International Society of Bassists Jazz Competition in 2019 and was selected to Chicago's Luminarts Jazz Fellowship in 2020.   Ethan recently released an album with his 10-piece ensemble on Sunnyside Records titled Meditations on Mingus.  We dig into the story behind this album and much more.  Enjoy!     Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically!   Check out our Online Sheet Music Store with 100+ wide-ranging titles for bassists.   Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle. Check out my Beginner's Classical Bass course and Intermediate to Advanced Classical Bass course, available exclusively from Discover Double Bass.   Thank you to our sponsors!   Dorico - Unlock Dorico for iPad – For Life! Want to enjoy all of Dorico for iPad's subscription-only features – including support for unlimited players, freehand annotations in Read mode with Apple Pencil, support for third-party Audio Unit plug-ins, and much more – but don't want to pay a monthly or annual fee? Dorico for iPad now provides a lifetime unlock option, so you can access all current and future subscription-only features for a single, one-off in-app purchase. Visit the App Store today and unlock Dorico for iPad for life!   Carnegie Mellon University Double Bass Studio - CMU is dedicated to helping each student achieve their goals as a musician. Every week each student receives private lessons and participates in a solo class with Micah Howard. Peter Guild, another member of the PSO, teaches Orchestral Literature and Repertoire weekly. They encourage students to reach out to the great bassists in their area for lessons and direction. Many of the bassists from all of the city's ensembles are more than willing to lend a hand. Every year members of the Symphony, the Opera and the Ballet give classes and offer our students individual attention. Click here to visit Micah's website and to sign up for a free online trial lesson.   Upton Bass String Instrument Company - Upton's Karr Model Upton Double Bass represents an evolution of our popular first Karr model, refined and enhanced with further input from Gary Karr. Since its introduction, the Karr Model with its combination of comfort and tone has gained a loyal following with jazz and roots players. The slim, long “Karr neck” has even become a favorite of crossover electric players.   theme music by Eric Hochberg

End Eating Disorders
Dr James Greenblatt: Nourishing the Brain and Nurturing the Mind

End Eating Disorders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 43:27


In this episode Millie chats to Dr James Greenblatt. A pioneer in the field of functional and integrative medicine, board-certified child and adult psychiatrist Dr Greenblatt has treated patients since 1988. He currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, Massachusetts. Dr. Greenblatt has lectured internationally on the scientific evidence for nutritional interventions in psychiatry and mental illness and he is also the author of seven books. Dr. Greenblatt was inducted into the Orthomolecular Hall of Fame in 2017 by the International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine. He is also the founder of Psychiatry Redefined, an educational platform dedicated to the transformation of psychiatry, which offers online courses, webinars and fellowships for professionals. They discuss how nutritional deficiencies affect brain function, the importance of early intervention, rethinking anorexia as a “metabo-psychiatric” disorder, the flaws in using BMI as a measure of health, Malorexia and the importance of nourishing the brain and nurturing the mind. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Tennis IQ Podcast
Ep. 99 - The Gold Medal Profile and Improving Your Mental Game

Tennis IQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 68:48 Very Popular


Dr. Natalie Durand-Bush is a sport psychology professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. She specializes in mental skills training and assessment, mental health, and coaching psychology. As a Mental Performance Consultant for the past 27 years, Natalie has helped athletes and coaches of all ages, sports, and levels achieve their performance and well-being goals. A relentless advocate for the field of sport psychology, she has co-founded and chaired the Canadian Sport Psychology Association. She has also served as the Vice-President of the International Society of Sport Psychology and as the President of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Natalie has always been physically active and played different sports throughout her life, favoring softball, curling, and martial arts. As the mom of a daughter living with a mental illness and as someone who has coped with the loss of her parents and husband to cancer, she knows firsthand the importance of mental health and the positive role that sport plays in the maintenance of well-being. Mikaela ‘Mishi' Papich is a PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa. Her doctoral research, supervised by Dr. Natalie Durand-Bush, focuses on developing a sport-specific mental health strategy for Tennis Canada. Mikaela completed her Master's degree in sport psychology at McGill University in 2021. She is also a tennis player and coach who started competing at the age of seven, and her career culminated at Bucknell University, a Division 1 collegiate program, where she competed for four years. As a high performance athlete, Mikaela has first-hand experience with mental illness as well as a back injury that required a spinal fusion. She empathizes with the challenges athletes encounter as they train for athletic success and she is dedicated to ensuring that athletes, coaches, and staff are provided with the necessary care and resources to flourish both physically and mentally. Link to Gold Medal Profile for Sport Psychology (GMP-SP) research article - https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/10413200.2022.2055224 To learn more about Josh and Brian's backgrounds and sport psychology businesses, go to TiebreakerPsych.com and PerformanceXtra.com. If you have feedback about the show or questions on the mental game in tennis, email us at TennisIQPodcast@gmail.com or use the hashtag #tennisIQ on Twitter. Don't forget to subscribe on YouTube or your podcast platform of choice (Spotify, Apple, Google, etc.) to stay up to date on future episodes.

JOWMA (Jewish Orthodox Women's Medical Association) Podcast
REACH for Better Mental Health For Our Children with Dr. Peter Jensen

JOWMA (Jewish Orthodox Women's Medical Association) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 63:48


Dr. Jensen is the Board Chair of the REACH Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization he founded in 2006. From 1999-2009 he served at the National Institute of Mental Health as the Associate Director for Child Adolescent Mental Health Research. He then moved to Columbia University to assume an endowed professorship in the Department of Psychiatry, where he directed the Center for the Advancement of Children's Mental Health. Leaving New York in 2009 he joined Mayo Clinic's Department of Psychiatry Psychology to lead the Division of Child Psychiatry Psychology, eventually becoming the Vice-Chair of the Department (Research). In 2014 he was appointed Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, moving to Adjunct Professor in 2018. Dr. Jensen was the lead NIMH investigator on the Multimodal Treatment of ADHD study (MTA) and served on other multi-site NIMH national studies. He has held many national offices, including President of the International Society for Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Secretary and Council Member (American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry), and as member of CHADD's Board and Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Jensen has authored/edited over 300 peer reviewed articles and chapters and 20 books. He has received many awards for research and teaching from multiple national organizations, including the Hall of Fame award from CHADD, the American Psychological Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry, the Society for Child Psychiatric Nursing, and NAMI.

JHLT: The Podcast
Episode 21: September 2022

JHLT: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 22:09


This month—two studies on COVID-19! Daniel R. Goldstein, MD, Editor-in-Chief of JHLT, is taking a short break, so the episode is hosted by Digital Media Editor Erika Lease, MD. Both COVID-19 studies come from the September issue of The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, and in the episode, you'll learn more about each study and their authors.   First, the editors speak with Yael Peled, MD, Medical Director of the Heart Transplant Service at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel. She's the first author on a paper entitled “Fourth BNT162b2 vaccination neutralization of omicron infection after heart transplantation.” Dr. Lease and Marty Tam, MD, interview Dr. Peled about the study, which examples how IgG and neutralizing antibodies responded to a fourth BNT162b2 dose in heart transplant recipients against the omicron and delta variants versus the wild-type virus.   Next, we hear from C.T. Gan, MD, PhD, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine and Lung Transplantation at University Medical Center Groningen, on his study, “The effect of COVID-19 on transplant function and development of CLAD in lung transplant patients: a multicenter experience.” Dr. Lease and Van-Khue Ton, MD, discuss the study with Dr. Gan, including questions on management strategies for COVID-19 in lung transplant patients, lung function improvements after COVID-19 recovery, and potential follow up studies.   Follow along in the September issue at www.jhltonline.org/current, or, if you're an ISHLT member, log in at ishlt.org/journal-of-heart-lung-transplantation.  Don't already get the Journal and want to read along? Join the International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation at www.ishlt.org for a free subscription, or subscribe today at www.jhltonline.org.   This episode of JHLT: The Podcast, but not the studies within, is sponsored by Bayer Pharmaceuticals.

The Pelvic Floor Project
54. Vulvovaginal hormone therapy with urologist Dr. Rachel Rubin

The Pelvic Floor Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 47:00


In this episode, I sit down with board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist, Dr. Rachel Rubin to discuss: GSM (genitourinary syndrome of menopause) Symptoms that bring a woman in to see a pelvic health physiotherapist that often go hand in hand with GSMWhy hormones are important and what happens during perimenopause/menopauseWhat a physical exam of the vulva may reveal Options for hormone therapy (creams, rings, tablets)Systemic vs. local hormone therapyThe fears around hormone therapyWhat the research says Reasons why it isn't easy to find answers Gaps in our health care systemPositive changes being seen An action plan for patient and practitioners listeningDr. Rachel Rubin is a board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist. She is an assistant clinical professor of Urology at Georgetown University and recently started her own private practice in the Washington DC region. She is one of only a handful of physicians fellowship trained in male and female sexual medicine. Dr. Rubin is a clinician, researcher, and vocal educator in the field of sexual medicine. She completed her medical and undergraduate training at Tufts University, her urology training at Georgetown University, and her fellowship training under Dr. Irwin Goldstein in San Diego. In addition to being education chair for the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH), she also serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal Sexual Medicine Reviews.To find Dr. Rubin:InstagramTwitterwww.rachelrubinmd.comLinks mentioned:ISSWSH (International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health): https://www.isswsh.orgThanks for joining me! Here is where you can find more:my online course to walk you through pregnancy, birth prep and postpartum recovery: https://mommyberries.comWant more details on the small groups?Small GroupsFollow me on:InstagramFacebookYouTubeSupport the show