Describes a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of a mental disorder
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The “Consult a Counselor Series” is a segment of the Free to Be Mindful Podcast, which answers parenting related questions to help caregivers live life mindfully.Today's question is: “I'm a stay at home mom. I thought I was going to be thrilled when my kids went to school, but I just miss them. What should I do?”Have a question for the Consult a Counselor Series? Email at email@example.com.FREE GIFT!The “Talking to Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool Guide” includes strategies for limit setting and the language to use to help you reduce the number of times you repeat yourself, leading to a decrease of your stress levels and overwhelm. Find it here! https://www.freetobemindful.com/talkingtokids STAY CONNECTED:Show Hashtag: #freetobemindfulpodcastWebsite: https://www.freetobemindful.com/ Social Media: @counselorvdejesus Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDISCLAIMER:Free to Be Mindful Podcast episodes are for educational purposes only and should not be considered as or substituted for therapy or professional counseling help from a licensed clinician.
Think of some of the things in your life that "haven't worked," but also recognize that every good change comes with negative moments. Just remember, many of those goals and aspirations are still worth chasing after!Text me at 972-426-2640 so we can stay connected!Support me on Patreon!Twitter: @elliottspeaksInstagram: @elliottspeaks
In this Patreon unlocked episode, JFOD goes through a long list of psychological disorders. It's not a completely comprehensive list, but it's quite a large amount. In addition to the list, there is also information about what each psychological disorder entails. The disorders are broken into 15 categories that include Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Neurocognitive Disorders, Personality Disorders and many more. This patrons-only exclusive episode is a great primer. It was written by Kendra Cherry at VeryWellMind. Support John on Patreon: Patreon.com/JFOD. Watch John's stand up special: youtu.be/OKptLDt6xKo.
Description: Tanner Jones, your host and Vice President of Business Development at Consultwebs, welcomes you to another episode of the LAWsome Podcast by Consultwebs. In today's episode, Tanner is accompanied by Andrea Hall, attorney, speaker, author and coach. She's the owner of Hall Law, LLC. She's also a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar Association. In addition, Andrea is a transformational life coach and owner of Withers Whisper, LLC and works with lawyers and other professionals. Key Takeaways: 0:19 Introduction 01:30 Handling the stress of being a lawyer part 1 03:24 Handling the stress of being a lawyer part 2 04:52 Promoting mental health as a lawyer 08:05 Early signs of poor mental health 14:15 Good habits that help stress-management 17:11 Advice for lawyers that are hesitant about wellness 20:12 Gestalt's technique for wellness 23:19 The equine gestalt coaching method and wellness 25:36 Final advice Best way to contact Andrea Hall: https://witherswhisper.com/ Discover More About the Podcast and Consultwebs: Subscribe to the LAWsome Podcast by Consultwebs on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify Visit the LAWsome website Follow Consultwebs on social for legal marketing updates: Facebook Instagram Twitter Linkedin YouTube Learn more about Consultwebs at the links below. Law Firm Marketing Agency Services Law Firm SEO Law Firm Web Design Law Firm PPC Law Firm Social Media Law Firm Email Marketing Law Firm Digital Marketing Consultwebs 8601 Six Forks Rd #400, Raleigh, NC 27615 (800) 872-6590 https://www.consultwebs.com https://www.google.com/maps?cid=13646648339910389351 Want more tips and tricks? Follow us on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/consultwebs/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/consultwebs/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Consultwebs Check the Podcasts at:
Our guest this week is Kasia Curry, who heads up global wellbeing for Baker Hughes. Prior to joining this current firm, she spent more than a decade at GE Energy as HealthCare and Health Promotions Leader. Kasia is dedicated to fostering environments that supports people to be at their best and true selves through an integrated approach to wellbeing including physical, mental, purpose, social, safety and security.###If you love this podcast please share it with friends, family and co-workers and leave a 5-star review! We would also love to hear from you on LinkedIn and invite you to join our online community We Thrive Together where we are creating a safe place to talk about anxiety and mental health at work. ###Your hosts, Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have spent more than two decades helping clients around the world engage their employees on strategy, vision and values. They provide real solutions for leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation and build high performance cultures and teams. Their work is supported by research with more than a million working adults across the globe.They are authors of multiple award-winning Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestsellers All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, and Anxiety at Work. Their books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. They have been called “fascinating” by Fortune and “creative and refreshing” by The New York Times. Gostick & Elton have appeared on NBC's Today Show, CBS 60 Minutes, and are often quoted in Fast Company, Newsweek and the Wall Street Journal. Learn more about their Executive Coaching practice at TheCultureWorks.com. To book Adrian and Chester to keynote at your event, contact email@example.com ### A shout out to our wonderful sponsor, LifeGuides. LifeGuides is a peer-to-peer community that helps people navigate through their day-to-day stressors by providing a place of empathy, listening, wisdom and support with a Guide who has walked in your shoes, experiencing the same challenge or life experience as you. We have a special offer for A@W Community from LifeGuides. It's this easy - Schedule a demo and drop Healthy2021 in the “Any Questions?” box and receive 2 FREE months service.goHappy Hub is the most inclusive and timely way to communicate and engage directly with your frontline employees and candidates with 95%+ open rates. Send text messages directly from corporate and enable permissions for your frontline leaders to communicate with their team - notes of gratitude, logistical updates, referral opportunities, LTO's, new hire introductions, learning content, celebrations and more. Easily get the right message to the right people with simple segmentation by location, job type, language, etc, and get feedback from the field in a structured, digestible and actionable way. For a 60 day trial, just tell 'em Adrian & Chester sent you!
On this revisited episode of Beyond the Balance Sheet, Arden is speaking with investigative writer, Katie Strang about her experience with covering social issues like sexual abuse and gendered violence. Katie writes for the Athletic and has been a leading voice on highlighting mental health awareness among athletes. She talks about why sexual misconduct is more rampant and undercovered within sports. She shares about trauma informed reporting and her mentality when speaking with a victim. Listen as she and Arden talk more about her career, athlete mental health, and self care. IN THIS EPISODE: [01:39] Athletes and mental wellness now versus five to 10 years ago [04:20] What are the risks for people who share their mental health struggles publicly [06:08] How specialized do resources need to be for professional athletes [09:11] Katie shares how she speaks with a victim without triggering them or causing more trauma [12:21] Why Katie is passionate about telling stories of abuse victims and why sexual misconduct in sports is undercovered [15:42] How to change the system and decrease the likelihood of sexual abuse happening to minors and young athletes [18:40] What happens if someone backs out halfway through a story or the facts go in a different direction and other challenges that Katie faces in her career KEY TAKEAWAYS: There is this idea that if you make a lot of money, have name recognition, or are a famous athlete, that you are immune from mental health issues. We know that is untrue and thankfully the sports world is providing more resources to support professional athletes from a holistic perspective that includes mental health. When writing about someone's trauma or abuse, you have to remember how personal and private that experience is. It belongs to them and no one is entitled to their pain unless they feel comfortable about sharing it. You have to earn their trust and be sensitive without judgment. There is often an element of institutional protectionism or some sort of enabling from people in power when there is abuse within the sports world. But the pressure shouldn't fall solely on the athletes to stop abuse. There also needs to be a much greater responsibility on organizations and institutions to protect, especially when it comes to minors and younger athletes. RESOURCE LINKS Smashing the stigma: NHL and mental health by Katie Strang Uncertainty clouds NHL's future, so union puts players' mental health in focus by Katie Strang BIO: Katie Strang is a senior enterprise and investigative writer for The Athletic, where she specializes in covering the intersection of sports and social issues, with a particular focus on sexual abuse and gendered violence. For her coverage of the Larry Nassar scandal, she was nominated for the Dan Jenkins Medal for Excellence in Sports Writing in 2019. Strang was also a nominee for 2021 National Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sports Media Association.
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Join me weekly with Dr Mark Sherwood as we dive into Wellness Wisdom! Today is episode #21 discussing the push to take Hydroxy or Ivermectin on a REGULAR basis. Is this REALLY what is best? And do we trust GOD or are we STILL trusting medicine MORE than the HEALER? Purchase any of the courses you see in this show here: https://sherwood.tv2 WK RESET: https://fmidr.idevaffiliate.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=109&feed=3STARTER PLAN: https://fmidr.idevaffiliate.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=109&feed=2Sign up for Our Newsletter
Tanya takes a deep dive in sharing some delicate parts to her untold story. She explained that she went from being an out-going, full of energy, enthusiastic and bold in personality, to suddenly losing her voice, finding herself with the inability to communicate. Her story dates back more than 20 years ago, where she entered the corporate world as a young female of colour, heavily dominated by alpha males. There were many contributions to the loss of her voice, one of them a term not known to her at the time, but that of microaggression. It got to the point where she wouldn't speak, contribute, or give her opinion in meetings, even when she was asked. During the conversation, Tanya was able to connect to what contributed to the loss of her voice, getting in touch with her inner critic, learning about imposter syndrome and reclaiming her voice. Tanya highlighted how the immense stress that she was under manifested into a physical health ailment – hypothyroidism, she learned about this illness, and learned that there was a connection where “it was all stuck in my throat”, and that it is the stress that brings it out. She experienced difficult emotions that she required to process such as fear and sadness, and often felt frozen or numb and had a hard time feeling peace or calmness. Tanya also shared how her lack of voice penetrated in her personal relationships and connected to some generational aspects where women are seen and not heard and raised with the mindset that one must take care of others before themselves. She spoke about the moment of realization that she has what is needed to contribute, while she is staying quiet, others would share exactly what she had in her mind. Her key message to the listeners is that: everything that shows up outwardly, starts inwardly; if you don't take care or advocate for yourself, you are not using your voice; it is important to take care of yourself first so that you can stand up and take care of others.
Having a disordered relationship with food can erode our sense of self-trust. Not only do we learn to trust outside voices over our own hunger, but we also can't seem to keep the promises we make to ourselves about food. In this episode, we cover a range of topics including: What is self trust How promises to “not binge today” erodes our self-trust Shame, authenticity, and values What does our ego have to do with it? Consistency as a self-trust builder Stories of laziness, flakiness, and irresponsibility showing up as a lack of self-trust The relationship between self-esteem and self-trust Join the LAD Membership Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Website – www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com Connect with Sarah Dosanjh Website – www.thebingeeatingtherapist.com YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBingeEatingTherapist Sarah's book I Can't Stop Eating is available on Amazon Connect with Stefanie Michele Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com Work With Stef - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/application
Do you start justifying your actions because someone has called you mean? That person could be a child, stranger, spouse or colleague - that doesn't matter. When someone calls you mean, your instinctive reaction is to deny it, resist it or react to it. If you have done that, then today's episode is for you.
September is one of the busiest times of year and can be a big transitional month for a lot of people. Settling into new routines and getting back on track can be stressful, so Cynthia is sharing the three supplements that she uses and recommends to anyone who feels like they need support to calm their bodies and their mind, and just generally feel more grounded. Cynthia dives into the benefits and science behind supplements like Ashwagandha, L-theanine, and magnesium L-threonate. She shares how adding these three supplements into her wellness routine has helped relieve anxiety and stress, as well as promote relaxation and deeper sleep. Cynthia also explains the best way to introduce supplements into your diet and explores different ways to consume them. In today's episode, you'll discover: What happens when you're in a chronic state of physical and/or mental stress What an adaptogen is and how it works to enhance the body's resilience to stress The best supplement to take for promoting a relaxed feeling without a drowsy side effect Several negative consequences of magnesium deficiency Understanding the limitations of supplements Important Links: Show notes for this episode Resources Mentioned: Learn more about becoming a Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach Watch the Dream Career video series Follow Us: Visit our website Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Connect with ITN student, Jessica Davis on Instagram
Have you ever wondered why you can't share the mental load equally with your partner, or if you do, why you feel so guilty about it? Or why is it that your kids seem to be so spoilt, like they don't appreciate what they have? What about your routine that you just can't seem to get right? In this episode: A book that inspired me to travel with my kids The parts of the mental load that you can't share Why the myth of balance is a myth Your healing can't be ‘for the kids' Why you might be creating the result you're trying to avoid Slow living is closer than you think Get the full show notes for this episode along with links, downloads, guest recommendations and other slow living content here Want to work with me!? [Book in for a 1hr session for just $60 here] Want more slow living inspo? If you're ready for a slower life, join us on Facebook in the How To Live Slow Community Take care, Rachelle x
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Does it happen to you that if you want to buy a certain car or outfit, you start spotting that car or that outfit where ever you go. Do you suddenly start seeing things after you think about them? How is that even possible? Tune in to today's episode to know more.
If you've been here for a while, you know that my passions revolve around the well-being of children, educators, and mothers in all facets of their daily lives. More importantly, I love to focus on the mindfulness approach we can take with each action to take steps towards a healthy physical, emotional, and mental state, especially for women and children of color. With National Childhood Obesity Month being in September, I thought it would be great to bring on a guest speaker that is not only a pro when it comes to mindful eating, but she also checks the boxes for a mother, and a Dominican woman as well. Naihomy Jerez grew up in the Bronx, and is a wife and mom of two young boys. When she was in college people would ask her, “If you could pick ANY job without worry when you graduate, what would it be?” she used to say, “ I want to own a Food Truck where I make delicious food that is not healthy for us….healthy.” It is no surprise that she is now a Food & Health Coach. She is passionate about helping women of color take control of their nutrition, improve their health, and lose weight WITHOUT dieting. All while regaining their energy, confidence, and living their BEST life! Make sure to check her out on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/naihomyjerez/ and her website https://www.naihomyjerez.com/ In this week's episode, Naihomy and I chat about some of the key points when it comes to your relationship with food. We will discuss not only the mindfulness we need to take with the food that we as mothers and women consume, but in the way that we are actually eating it, and how to get our children to start to practice some of these mindful ways of relating to food as well. We will chat about how it is not always about going on restrictive, crazy diets, but living life in a healthier, and more mindful way. FREE GIFT!The “Talking to Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool Guide” includes strategies for limit setting and the language to use to help you reduce the number of times you repeat yourself, leading to a decrease of your stress levels and overwhelm. Find it here! https://www.freetobemindful.com/talkingtokids STAY CONNECTED:Show Hashtag: #freetobemindfulpodcastWebsite: https://www.freetobemindful.com/ Social Media: @counselorvdejesus Email: email@example.comDISCLAIMER:Free to Be Mindful Podcast episodes are for educational purposes only and should not be considered as or substituted for therapy or professional counseling help from a licensed clinician.
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Today's guest is Bryan Mapenzi who joins the LPDcast family to talk to us about 3 pillars of Holistic Wellness, which include a Personal Mission Statement, Mental Wellness, and the importance of Play and Leisure for Black and Brown Communities. Bryan lends his knowledge, wisdom, and experience as a counselor and the Soul Space Program Manager at OnTrack Program Resources to LPDcast to help us achieve holistic health. Tune in to this insightful and sincere conversation to learn skills that will help you achieve fulfillment and wellness. September is suicide awareness and prevention month; and in today's episode there is a mention of death by suicide. To everyone who's been affected by the death of a friend, family member, or loved one, we honor their life and your loss. Resources shared this episode include the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Today's episode is dedicated to Ashley McCall, we honor your memory and your life, always remembered and forever loved. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lpdcast/support
In this episode of the Morning Upgrade podcast I talk with Bill Hershey about his morning routine, the benefits of Ayurveda, physical and mental wellness, the meaning of life and much more. Hey guys! Do you enjoy listening to the Morning Upgrade Podcast? Do you think others would find value in it? If yes, please take 30 seconds and leave my show a review so more people find it. I appreciate you! https://ratethispodcast.com/morningupgrade -Ryan
Ben Bennett has a conversation with Brittney Moses to discuss their experiences with overcoming anxiety. They talk about Brittney's latest research on anxiety, practical tips to calm anxiety when it strikes, and the importance of the role of biblical truth and brain science. They also discuss the importance of time in overcoming anxiety.Brittney Moses is a mental health author and content creator advocating for the integration of faith, culture, and wellness. In addition to continuing her studies in psychology and assisting in research at UCLA, she is also a popular blog writer and the host of the Faith & Mental Wellness Podcast.Connect with Brittney at brittneyamoses.com.Subscribe to Brittney's podcast, Faith & Mental Wellness.Visit the Resolution Movement website: resolutionmovement.orgFollow us on Instagram @resolutionmovement
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and in this special episode of Coping 101 we're joined by Brandon Bazemore - dedicated father and CEO of Audian, a cloud solutions provider based in Kirkland Washington. Here he shares his experience as a survivor of suicide, how he and his team have coped with the loss of a colleague, and practical ways to increase suicide prevention in the workplace. Presented by C89.5 in partnership with Seattle Children's, Coping 101 is an ongoing series that destigmatizes mental health from a teen's perspective, made possible with support from Crisis Connections, Carter Subaru, Hansmire Builders and Audian. No matter our age or background we all face challenges, and there are healthy ways to cope. Get started with more episodes and explore resources to better understand and prevent Suicide, online at c895.org/coping101
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Holding Space For Mental Wellness With Darryl Queen is definitely a fireside chat that needed to be held. Darryl Queen is a former law enforcement officer who's now through comedy reaching people who are maneuvering through mental health issues. Tune in to DQ TV on YouTube for as Darryl releases new episodes (explicit language warning). I'm here to listen, to help, and not to judge anyone - Darryl Queen Mental health is one of the most important but least talked about aspects of our lives and is a critical issue that we all need to talk more about. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness in a given year. Despite how common mental illness is, there are still a lot of stigmas attached to it. That's why it's so important to have these conversations. Help is available Speak with someone today 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish. Learn more 988 Lifeline https://988lifeline.org The 988 Lifeline 988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services. (Please note, the previous 1-800-273-TALK (8255) number will continue to function indefinitely.) Click below to learn more about 988. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gobegreat/message
The “Consult a Counselor Series” is a segment of the Free to Be Mindful Podcast, which answers parenting related questions to help caregivers live life mindfully.Today's question is: “My partner is Latino and I am not. He wants to speak Spanish to our kids at home, but it leaves me out. And they learn Spanish in school anyway. What should I do?”Have a question for the Consult a Counselor Series? Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.FREE GIFT!The “Talking to Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool Guide” includes strategies for limit setting and the language to use to help you reduce the number of times you repeat yourself, leading to a decrease of your stress levels and overwhelm. Find it here! https://www.freetobemindful.com/talkingtokids STAY CONNECTED:Show Hashtag: #freetobemindfulpodcastWebsite: https://www.freetobemindful.com/ Social Media: @counselorvdejesus Email: email@example.comDISCLAIMER:Free to Be Mindful Podcast episodes are for educational purposes only and should not be considered as or substituted for therapy or professional counseling help from a licensed clinician.
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Subscribe/Rate/Review to Up On Game Presents on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! WATCH FULL EPISODES ON THE UP ON GAME NETWORK YOUTUBE CHANNEL JUST SEARCH UP ON GAME NETWORK “In my opinion, there's no such thing as failure. Everything is a blessing. And everything is a learning experience. And if you look at everything in that lens, then whatever blessing and lesson that you can take from that experience, you can utilize it as additional fuel in order to move in the correct path.” - Topeka K. Sam Welcome to Stay a While with Tommi Vincent! Imposter syndrome. Anxiety. Fear of growth. We have all faced opposition, within ourselves, at some point in our lives. Second-guessing yourself is the hallmark of an identity crisis. So how do you overcome self-doubt, and breakthrough to putting it all on the line to bet on yourself? Today's guest, Topeka K. Sam, takes her seat at the table to help us to tap into the queen within all of us. Topeka K. Sam is the Founder and Executive Director of The Ladies of Hope Ministries– The LOHM – whose mission is to help disenfranchised and marginalized women and girls transition back into society through resources and access to high-quality education, entrepreneurship, spiritual empowerment, advocacy and housing. She is also the co-founder of Hope House NYC - a safe housing space for women and girls. Topeka serves on the board of directors for Grassroots Leadership and is now the first formerly incarcerated person on the board of The Marshall Project. She is a Beyond the Bars 2015 Fellow and a 2016 Justice-In-Education Scholar both from Columbia University, a 2017 Soros Justice Advocacy Fellow working on Probation and Parole Accountability, a 2018 Unlocked Futures Inaugural Cohort Member, 2018 Opportunity Agenda Communications Institute Fellow, Director of #Dignity Campaign for #cut50, Host of “The Topeka K. Sam Show” on SiriusXM UrbanView Channel 126 Sundays 9am est., and has recently signed a development deal as Executive Producer for a scripted and unscripted series inspired by her fight to change the many problems that plague female incarceration with 44 Blue Productions. Topeka has been featured in Vogue, SalonTV, Vice, New York Times. She has been featured in Glamour Magazine and Black Enterprise for being “The Black Woman behind the video that led to the Trump Clemency of Alice Johnson.” She has spoken at the 2018 United States of the Woman Conference, 2018 Women in the World Conference, 2018 White House Prison Reform Summit and is a TedxMidAtlantic Superheros Presenter. She has worked and continues to work selflessly and relentlessly in her fight for the dignity, decriminalization, and decarceration of women and girls. Topeka hasaccomplished this and more since her release from Federal Prison in May 2015. In this episode we cover [00:01 - 04:15] Serving Up Self Care and Mental Wellness[04:16 - 12:08] Getting to Know Topeka K. Sam[12:09 - 25:31] Step Out of Fear and Reject World Worthiness[25:32 - 42:14] Break Away from the Prison of Our Own Minds[42:15 - 49:15] Closing Segment Key Quotes “When we're little girls who haven't gone through that healing process, we become grown women who are still living in that. And it just hurts, like it breaks my heart.” - Topeka K. Sam “There are times that we just don't know, because we're not exposed. But I also know because we are creatures of God, the Divine, the Creator, that there is something inevitable in our spirit that will tell us what feels good and what does not feel good, what feels right and what feels wrong. And that's when you smoke about fear. It's to decide whether or not you want to continually live in that mess.” - Topeka K. Sam “But if you know leaving with nothing will be better than staying with whatever you have been, that is your strength and you use your point, those obstacles as stepping stones and not barriers.”- Topeka K. Sam Connect with Topeka K. SamInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/topekaksam Website: https://thelohm.org/ Connect with Me! You can reach Tommi on Instagram @cheftommivVisit https://vincentcountry.com and get connected with us on Vincent Country's Instagram @vincentcountry Music By: Stichiz - Big T. Music /Roj&TwinkiE LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone who wants food for the soul, and the key ingredients to embracing their true, authentic self. Listen to previous episodes on the iHeartradio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Policing is a tough job. There can be experiences and incidents that can drive anyone to the edge. The profession gets better and better with training and education to help us respond appropriately and handle most any situation, but do we do a good job at addressing an officer's mental health wellness? Today's show deals with the mental health and well-being of law enforcement officers and their families. Policing Matters host Jim Dudley speaks with master's level therapist Marie Ridgeway about the role therapy can play in improving officer mental wellness. Marie's private practice in the Minneapolis/St Paul metro area of Minnesota has a team of five therapists who work with over 50 public safety agencies and have served thousands of law enforcement officers since 2017. This episode of the Policing Matters Podcast is brought to you by Lexipol, the experts in policy, training, wellness support and grants assistance for first responders and government leaders. To learn more, visit lexipol.com.
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IN THE NEWS Jeff and Ashley kick things off discussing the Task & Purpose article that breaks down why Florida's plan to recruit uncertified veterans to become teachers is a stupid idea. THIS WEEK'S GUEST Our guests this week are New Bern, N.C. Post 539 commander and Marine Corps veteran Liz Hartman, and fellow Post 539 member, retired U.S. Army Sergeant and Bronze Star recipient Adin Colón. Liz and Adin are co-founders of March for the 22, an event that helps raise awareness and help end veteran suicide. The pair talk about how they started the event, as well as how their small post does big things within their community. RAPID FIRE Legion member inspired by 100 Miles for Hope walks more than 2,200 miles Navy promises ‘life-altering $115,000' in bonuses to lure veterans back to active duty Special Guests: Adin Colón and Liz Hartman.
ABC's of SCHOOL MENTAL WELLNESS New programs and resources designed to help your students designed by First Book, with Dr. Ariana Hoet Pediatric Psychologist at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus and Becki Last, Program officer at First Book. Learn more at https://firstbook.org/blog/2022/04/05/first-book-an-innovative-leader-in-education-equity-releases-groundbreaking-research-illustrating-the-impact-of-covid-19-on-emotional-wellness-of-students-in-underserved-communities/ AND firstbook.org/solutions/student-mental-health
Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, email@example.com or @townsquaretalk. One in four people will experience mental illness at some point during their lifetime, but are often undiagnosed. We lost almost 46,000 people in the U.S. to suicide in 2020, which is nearly double the number of deaths by homicide. September is Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is a hard subject to discuss, but it's important to create an open space to talk about it in order to understand, and help, those who are struggling. Award-winning documentary filmmaker Andrea Kalin shares the story of the Twomey family and their journey of dealing with loss and grief after their son, C-J, died by suicide. By inviting strangers to help scatter C-J's ashes around the world, a global community formed. This story is featured in the documentary Scattering CJ. Scattering CJ airs on Houston Public Media TV 8 Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 9:30pm CT, and streaming anytime on PBS Passport. We also talk with psychologists Dr. Doreen Marshall and Dr. Rheeda Walker on mental health, suicide and prevention, and how we can help those who might be struggling. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide or needs help, call the National Suicide and Crisis Hotline at 988 or log on to 988lifeline.org. Guests: Andrea Kalin Award-winning documentary filmmaker Founder of Spark Media Director, Producer and writer of Scattering CJ Dr. Doreen Marshall Psychologist Vice President of Mission Engagement, American Foundation For Suicide Prevention Dr. Rheeda Walker Professor of Psychology, University Of Houston Author, The Unapologetic Guide To Black Mental Health Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps.
For the next few weeks, The Lindsey Elmore Show is showcasing some of the Top Ten Shows over the past 185 Episodes. Each of these episode includes a speaker from the upcoming Engineering Your Microbiome Summit that Dr. Elmore is hosting at the end of September. Head to www.lindseyelmore.com/microbiome to save the date and get signed up for the Engineering your Microbiome Summit to sign up today! This week we are featuring: Dr. Shawn Talbott is a Psycho Nutritionist who integrates nutrition, biochemistry, and psychology to help people feel, look, and perform better. As a scientist (PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry, Rutgers) and entrepreneur (EMP in Entrepreneurship, MIT), his recent projects include two academic textbooks, an award-winning documentary film, several best-selling books translated into multiple languages, and numerous top-selling nutraceuticals and functional foods. His book is ‘Mental Fitness: Maximizing Mood, Motivation, & Mental Wellness by Optimizing the Brain-Body-Biome.' Topics covered in this episode: What is a Psycho Nutritionist? Foods that destroy your mood and foods that make you feel better. The ‘Mental Fitness' book. How to craft mental fitness. Supplements. The gut-brain access. How to utilize your gut to make your brain healthier. How to find beneficial supplements. Fast acting, but also long-lasting relief from the aches and pains that can plague us. How to foster healthy energy. What are the herbs that can help with anxiety and overall stress levels? What are adaptogen herbs? Referenced in the episode: The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 10 | Get yourself some sleep | Mollie McGlocklin. The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 114 | Keep your brain young as you age | Dr. Michael Merzenich The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 122 | How dysbiosis is making you sick | Norman Robillard, Ph.D. The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 102 | The mind, gut & immune system connection | Dr. Emeran Mayer The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 136 | Start Healing SIBO | Shivan Sarna To learn more about Dr. Shawn Talbott and his work, head over to www.shawntalbott.com IG @doctalbott __________________________________________________________ Fall will soon be here! A time of transition, the perfect time to assess your current routines. What is serving you, what isn't, and is there anything that can help aid your health and wellness journey. This is where Sambucol comes in. They help support a healthy immune system so that you can keep moving, helping your daily dose of black elderberry to happen with ease. With a wide variety of products, Sambucol will pump up that immunity so that it can keep you moving. Listeners of Lindsey Elmore can get 15% off of $9.99 or more at www.SambucolUSA.com by using my promo code Lindsey15 at checkout! __________________________________________________________ If you have been struggling with immune system functioning gastrointestinal issues something as bad as celiac disease Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, if you just have the skin flare ups of acne and eczema, allergies, hay fever, maybe even just brain fog, you may be feeling the effects of a microbiome dysbiosis. We disrupt our microbiomes by lacking nutrients and fiber in your diet, lack of exercise, not getting enough sleep, having too much anxiety, do use many medications and antibiotics, having a long time spent indoors in contact with man-made material can also turn into a disruption in our microbiome. Genetic factors as well as over exposure to toxic household cleaning products, agricultural pesticides and herbicides and cosmetic products not designed with your microbiome in mind can lead to all manner of symptoms. That's why I decided to host the Engineering the Microbiome Summit from September 26 until October 2. You can tune in live and for free to the Engineering your Microbiome summit where I have interviews with more than 40 industry experts: physicians, nurses, chiropractors, nutritionists, all that help us to engineer healthy microbiome that can prevent and reverse both physical and mental illness Head to www.lindseyelmore.com/microbiome to save the date and get signed up for the Engineering your Microbiome summit to sign up today! ___________________ __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.
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Mental illness runs rampant in today's society. But what causes it all? Join Dr. K'dee Elsen and Dr. Daniel Binus as we find out. ✨ Click the link for FREE access to Dr. Binus's e-course on Psychiatric Medications - https://beautiful-minds-wellness.teachable.com/p/psychiatric-medications-with-dr-binus
**TRIGGER WARNING. This episode contains conversations about suicide, eating disorders, and other mental health issues. If you are triggered or would like to talk to a confidential advocate, please dial the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. If you want to learn more about mental health and find possible resources, please visit this Ruderman Family Foundation link. Anastasia Vlasova was a rising tennis star and social media influencer when she started to develop an eating disorder. As an immigrant from Russia, Anastasia experienced a lot of stigma surrounding mental health from her family. After receiving some misguided advice from a school counselor, Anastasia realized how many adults don't know how to talk to kids about mental health. She started sharing her experiences with anxiety and her eating disorder, and after being chosen as the keynote speaker at Our Minds Matter's Annual Ball, Anastasia realized the power of storytelling. Since then, she has teamed up with This is My Brave, a nonprofit that uses performances to combat the stigma against mental health to help others share their stories. Today, Anastasia is an NYU student and host of the podcast Our Turn to Talk. She is also the subject of a documentary of the same name from Principal Pictures, being released this fall. Listen to the latest episode of All About Change, as Anastasia discusses the pitfalls of social media, how parents can better support their kids, and stories of young people who are changing the mental health conversation. You can learn more about Our Turn to Talk the podcast and documentary here. Please find a transcription of this episode here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.