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Behavioral Health Today
Applying Motivational Interviewing & Understanding Our Biases with Marya Wright, LCSW – Episode 199

Behavioral Health Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 36:37


Our social landscape in our environment contributes to the biases that we hold. So self-examination work is really important to understand yourself so you can understand others in a deeper empathetic way. The spirit of motivational interviewing can be used in such a way that can lower barriers of the systems that we work in as to interface with clients, support the clients where they're at, and find a way to curate change that will be longstanding. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Marya Wright, LCSW. Marya is a nationally distinguished social worker, consultant, international trainer, and facilitator with experience in organizational leadership, child welfare services, and curriculum development. She is the President and CEO of Wright Community Services, LLC, a company that strives to empower system-involved families through awareness, services and education while also providing consultation, training, and system specific facilitation to agencies that services these communities.   For more information about Marya Wright Consulting, please visit: https://www.maryawrightconsulting.com For more information about Wright Community Services, and their community resources and storefront, please visit: https://www.wrightcommunityservices.com For more information about Motivational Interviewing in Social Work Practice by Melinda Hohman and contribution by Marya Wright, please visit: https://www.maryawrightconsulting.com/press-room For more information about the article White Supremacy by Tema Okun, please visit: https://www.dismantlingracism.org/uploads/4/3/5/7/43579015/okun_-_white_sup_culture.pdf

Behavioral Health Today
Maintaining Your New Year's Resolution Using Motivational Interviewing with Pam Pietruszewski, MA – Episode 198

Behavioral Health Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 37:13


How are people most motivated? They're motivated by feeling invested, having that engagement, being in the same head space as the person helping them and having their thoughts considered. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Pam Pietruszewski, MA. Pam has more than 30 years' experience designing and implementing programs to integrate behavioral health and primary care services. Her work includes the program Getting Candid: Framing the Conversation Around Youth Substance Use Prevention funded by the CDC, and DIAMOND, a depression care management program that received the 2010 Gold Award from the American Psychiatric Association. Pam holds a master's degree in counseling and psychological services and is a member of the national Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). Together Erin and Pam discuss the spirit of motivational interviewing, the power of reflective listening, change talk, and how to use motivational interviewing to maintain your new year's resolutions. The normal natural evolution of any self-improvement is tracking the small steps along the way. And Motivational Interviewing helps facilitate that.   For more information about Motivational Interviewing, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/service/motivational-interviewing/ For more information about The Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainings (MINT), please visit: https://motivationalinterviewing.org For more information about National Council for Mental Wellbeing, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org

Path to Podcast Success
Kari Schwear: GrayTonic

Path to Podcast Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 37:20


Kari Schwear is a 7 x career path conqueror, turned professional Executive Coach, Speaker, and Corporate Trainer. Kari also co-authored the book, The Successful Mind, Tools for Living a Purposeful, Productive, and Happy Life.Her professional career spans from hospitality to banking, to business development, real estate, the medical field, and the luxury automotive brand, Porsche.Kari started GrayTonic and the Question the Drink movement in 2018 after her own experience led her to the service of others. She holds many certifications, including Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Motivational Interviewing, Life Coaching, and several trauma courses through the NICABM. She has resided in Richmond, VA, with her husband for over three decades. Learn more about Kari here!Learn more about Path to Podcast Success here!

Primary Care Pod
No Zero Days: Motivational Interviews for 2023

Primary Care Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 16:32


Kicking 2023 year off with a topic on Motivational Interviewing, and what I'm focusing on to help patients make healthy choices and beneficial lifestyle changes for this year.

GET INSPIRED with Jason Rosell
How to thrive in your emotional states and relationships with Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick

GET INSPIRED with Jason Rosell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 38:12


Anxiety, panic, and relationships can be tricky, exhausting, and at times uncomfortable! Today's guest, Dr. Liz Fedrick and myself have a variety of conversations on these topics you are going to LOVE! Dr. Liz gives some amazing tips and tools that will teach you how to embrace struggles, communication, and take control of your life! Grab your pen and paper to take some notes. The value from this episode is golden

Habitology - Success Habits Made Easy
E#223 How to Prepare for the NBHWC Exam

Habitology - Success Habits Made Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 19:18


Are you registering for the next NBHWC exam intake and wondering how to prepare for the exam? Today we'll cover what the exam is all about, how to prepare for it, and what to expect on the day. I have included some links to help you navigate the exam prep resources that NBHWC provides. NBHWC website: Exam Prep Resources Recommended textbooks: 1. Coaching Psychology Manual by Tshannen and Moore, 2. Wisdom of the Whole by Bark, 3. Motivational Interviewing by Miller and Rollnick, and 4. Wellness Coaching for Lasting Change by Arloski.

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast
093: Round Table #3: Dr. Jay Wiles & Biohacker Babes (Lauren Sambataro & Renee Belz: Biohacker's Guide to Enjoying Holiday Festivities [& STILL SLEEPING!]

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 61:07


GUEST BIO: Jay T. Wiles, Clinical Health Psychologist, HRV Subject Matter Expert, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Hanu Health. Dr. Jay is currently working as the Health Behavior Coordinator at WJB Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, SC and the Greenville Outpatient VA Clinic. He has specialized training in health behavior coaching, health assessment, nutritional interventions for mental and physical health, Motivational Interviewing, applied psychophysiology, and consultation. Dr. Wiles works as a consultant for companies/organizations, practitioners, and individual patients on nutritional psychology, health behavior change, applied psychophysiology, and health promotion/disease prevention via complementary and integrative practices. He is also Board Certified in Tai Chi for Rehabilitation.Biohacker babes, Lauren Sambataro and Renee Belz. Lauren and Renee grew up in a health-driven family that prioritized the fundamentals of wellness and self-care. Their father, Gene Sambataro, The Original Biohacker and pioneer of Holistic Dentistry, taught them the importance of individualization and experimentation from a very young age. Renee, a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Holistic Lifestyle Coach with a Master's degree in Nutrition, and Lauren, a Broadway performer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Functional Health Coach, feel a strong passion and drive to not only share each of their journeys toward wellness, but their strategy and motivation to discover our unique bodies through the world of Biohacking. Their podcast, the Biohacker Babes, aims to create insight into the body's natural healing abilities, strengthen your intuition, and empower you with techniques and modalities to optimize your health and wellness.SHOW NOTES: 

Primary Care Pearls
"I can't discipline myself, but I don't want to disappoint you" - Nutrition Medicine (Part III)

Primary Care Pearls

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 33:35 Transcription Available


In this episode, Nate and Justin discuss the powerful technique of motivational interviewing to figure out how to help Tina inch closer towards her own goals.Share your reactions and questions with us at  Speak Pipe . We might feature you on a future episode!=== Outline ===1. Introduction2. Chapter 1: Taking a Dietary History3. Chapter 2: Motivational Interviewing4. Conclusion=== Learning Points ===Changes in food habits and eating patterns can mean breaking patterns that have been ingrained over lifetimesFear and shame are not effective motivators, and so should not be used to persuade patients to change behaviors. Instead, emphasize the positive benefits that are present in the short term.Taking a detailed hour-by-hour dietary history can uncover additional opportunities to change eating patterns. Be sure to ask patients how they prepare foods, dress foods with condiments, and so forth.Empowering patients and removing judgment is critical. Motivational interviewing is a technique that frames change in an actionable, self-empowering manner, while uncovering reasons for changing eating patterns that are not solely weight-centered.In addition to achieving weight loss goals, changing nutrition is an opportunity to help patients get excited about other health goals, such as improving their blood pressure or reducing their risk of developing diabetes.=== Our Expert(s) ===Dr. Justin Charles is a graduate of the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program.His clinical interests are in Lifestyle Medicine, the use of evidence-based lifestyle interventions to not only prevent, but treat and reverse chronic disease from a root cause perspective. He has received training in Plant-Based Nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell, as well as Dr. John McDougall's Starch Solution Certification Course. === References ===Arab L, Tseng CH, Ang A, Jardack P. Validity of a multipass, web-based, 24-hour self-administered recall for assessment of total energy intake in blacks and whites. Am J Epidemiol. 2011 Dec 1;174(11):1256-65. doi: 10.1093/aje/kwr224. Epub 2011 Oct 20. PMID: 22021561; PMCID: PMC3224251.=== Recommended Reading ===Moshfegh, A.J., Rhodes, D.G., Baer, D.J., Murayi, T., Clemens, J.C., Rumpler, W.V., Paul, D.R., Sebastian, R.S., Kuczynski, K.J., Ingwersen, L.A., Staples, R.C., Cleveland, L.E. The US Department of Agriculture Automated Multiple-Pass Method reduces bias in the collection of energy intakes. A J Clin Nutr. 2008;88:324-332Johnston CA, Stevens BE. Motivational Interviewing in the Health Care Setting. Am J Lifestyle Med. 2013;7(4):246-249. doi:10.1177/1559827613485923Hauser ME, McMacken M, Lim A, Shetty P. Nutrition—An Evidence-Based, Practical Approach to Chronic Disease Prevention and Treatment. Fam Pract. 2022;71((1 Suppl Lifestyle)). doi:10.12788/jfp.0292*For more reading recommendations, check out our transcript!=== About Us ===The Primary Care Pearls (PCP) Podcast is created in collaboration with faculty, residents, and students from the Department of Internal Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine. The project aims to create accessible and informative podcasts about core primary care topics centered around real patient stories.Hosts: Nate WoodProducers: Nate Wood, Helen Cai, August AlloccoLogo and name: Eva ZimmermanTheme music and Editing: Josh OnyangoOther background music: Patrick Patrikios, pATCHES, Myuu, VYEN, Reed Mathis, Instagram: @pcpearlsTwitter: @PCarePearlsListen on most podcast platforms: linktr.ee/pcpearls

Tails from a Vet Tech
'Mental Health Matters' Finding the right therapy fit for YOU featuring Dr. Meghan Breedlove.

Tails from a Vet Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 60:37


 Content Warning: This episode does include a discussion of mental illness, depression, and suicide.Disclaimer: Discussions about mental health are personal and unique. In this podcast, Meghan is not acting as a therapist or providing therapy in any capacity. This podcast covers broad discussions of topics related to mental health and is not intended to serve as therapy or a replacement for therapy. Views and experiences expressed by Meghan are her own and do not represent the field of counseling. This week we welcome back Dr. Meghan Breedlove to discuss seeking out a therapy experience that fits YOU. Not only do we talk about what to look for in the process of finding a therapist but also what to look for once you've started having visits with your mental health professional.Spoiler: It's okay to re-evaluate after a few sessions to be sure you and your therapist or counselour are a good fit for each other. Meghan Breedlove Bio:Meghan Breedlove is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio. She graduated with her Masters in Human Development and Family Science with a specialization in Sexuality Studies from The Ohio State University. She also graduated from Arizona State University with a Masters in Clinical Counseling and is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at The Ohio State University. Her dissertation is focused on using restorative justice practices to repair harm and resolve conflicts among individuals in school settings. Meghan has worked with couples, adults, teenagers, and families in various settings. She has experience empowering clients to resolve relationship issues and family conflicts, navigate major life transitions, explore values and career interests, build communication skills, and cope with anxiety and depression. She believes in the importance of creating, communicating, and maintaining healthy boundaries in all aspects in life and seeks to support clients in this process. Meghan uses a range of interventions in therapy and is flexible in her approach depending on the needs of the client. She uses a Client-Centered approach and draws on techniques from Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Reality Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in her work with clients. Show resources:https://www.psychologytoday.com/Support the show via social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TailsFromRVT Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TailsFromAVetTechPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tailsfromavettech

Finding Fit
EVERY BODY BELONGS...IN THERAPY (Part 1)

Finding Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 47:51


** Advisory note that content in this episode may not be suitable for children. ** Angela and Emily are preparing to lose their therapy “virginity” on air, but in this episode, we establish a foundation of trust between patient and therapist, Jared Johnson. Jared T. Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), who earned a degree from the University of Utah, where his clinical focus was on Forensics. Jared has worked in the field for over 20 years, and as a clinician for the last 8 years. He has worked in residential and outpatient substance use disorder clinics. The specific therapy types that he uses in his daily work are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Relapse Prevention Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness Interventions/Skills. Jared has been married to his wife Davian for 15 years, who is a REFIT Instructor and loves to share her experience with REFIT with everyone. They have 4 kids: Berlyn, Greysen, Kayden, and Addelyn. Jared begins painting the therapy canvas by answering questions such as: • does everyone need therapy? • are certain people “untreatable?” • what are the different types of therapy? • how do you identify signs of depression? • does Angela need therapy if everyone else is getting it? (Answer: YES) This is a 2 part episode and will conclude this season of Finding Fit. Don't miss our upcoming episode! Follow us on Instagram @FindingFitPod and make sure to sign up for our email list!! Please and thank you. Did you know we have a Finding Fit phone number? We'd love to hear from you! If you have a topic idea, a question about a past or previous episode, or just want to leave us a message -- give us a ring and leave your message! The number is 254-294-7767.

Lions and Tigers and Bears MI!
Episode 15: Motivational Interviewing in Groups with Dr. Karen Ingersoll

Lions and Tigers and Bears MI!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 53:51


In episode 15, Paul and Amy welcome guest and author of Motivational Interviewing in Groups, Dr. Karen Ingersoll.

Lions and Tigers and Bears MI!
Episode 15: Motivational Interviewing in Groups with Dr. Karen Ingersoll

Lions and Tigers and Bears MI!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 53:51


In episode 15, Paul and Amy welcome guest and author of Motivational Interviewing in Groups, Dr. Karen Ingersoll.

SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay
#136 Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Find Their True North | Dr. Stephen Rollnick

SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 42:45


Have you ever been given incredibly good advice, but didn't follow it? I'm guessing that, for most of us, the answer is a big yes! It may have been because we weren't ready to implement that advice. It may have also been because the advice came from someone else. The fact is, we listen to ourselves more than we listen to others. With that in mind, how can someone from the outside be most helpful? One of the best answers is an approach called Motivational Interviewing. Motivational Interviewing has long informed how I work. And it is, indeed, an honor to host the co-creator of this scientifically validated approach to counseling. Dr. Stephen Rollnick is a giant in the field of psychology. Along with his colleague, Dr. Bill Miller, he co-created Motivational Interviewing, and it has gained international acclaim for its effectiveness in helping people change undesired behaviors. As you'll hear, it's a bit like a Jedi mind trick for the good: by listening deeply to a person, learning their agenda, the helper can assist in figuring out what is true for the other person, and the person ends up being guided by their own truth. As you'll also hear, it's not just for counselors. It can be done by parents with their children, and managers with people who report to them. In fact, my previous guest from episode #126, African American musician Darryl Davis, who helped over 200 men out of the KKK, uses a similar communication style. So, listen in as Steve and I talk about Motivational Interviewing and how it can help you help people get in touch with their best agendas and find their true north.

Life Changes YOU
Showing Vulnerability

Life Changes YOU

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 25:40


This week I am so happy to have Isaac Lee back with me and the topic we are talking about is vulnerability. Isaac has become a favourite on the podcast and the topics that he brings for us to discuss. Below is some information about Isaac and how you can connect with him :)Principal PsychologistMaster of Professional Psychology, Monash UniversityPostgraduate Diploma of Psychology, Monash UniversityBachelor of Psychological Science, Latrobe UniversityThe team at Functional Minds is led by our principal psychologist, Isaac Lee.Isaac is a generally registered psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA). He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and has previously been a committee member for the Melbourne Branch.Isaac's passion for the field of psychology comes from wanting to help people, to have a positive impact on those he interacts with, and to always be learning more about people, the brain, and the world.Isaac works in a person centred approach, within a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy framework with elements of Mindfulness, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Schema Therapy.Isaac is particularly interested in helping people with depression, anxiety, bipolar, and gender dysphoria, although he is always looking for new experiences, and is keen to help all of his clients in the best way possible.Functional Minds Psychology - We're here to help Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Awarepreneurs
273 | "When Should I do a Training or Degree Program?" with Paul Zelizer

Awarepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 23:48


This week on the pod is our montly solo episode with Paul Zelizer.  Paul is the Founder & CEO of Awarepreneurs and the host of the popular Awarepreneurs podcast.  He's also been a coach for social entrepreneurs and conscious business owners for more than 15 years. Motivational Interviewing site Therapist as Life Coach book Paul's Strategy Sessions Awarepreneurs contact page

CCO Infectious Disease Podcast
Treatment Barriers in Asian Communities in the US

CCO Infectious Disease Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 12:03


This episode is part of a larger discussion that comes from “Partnering With Patients: Overcoming Barriers to HBV Care in Asian Communities in the US.” First, Melinda Tran discusses treatment and retention of HBV care in Asian Communities in the US with Jennifer Wild, MS, BSN, RN, OCN, and Thuan Vu, MD. Their conversation offers an interesting mix of insights from the point of view of patient advocates and healthcare providers.Topics include barriers to treatment—like a lack of insurance coverage and financial support, complexities in treatment guidelines, psychosocial factors—and addressing practical solutions to these barriers.Link to full programhttp://bit.ly/3Gf7NWo

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior: November 2022, Vol 54, No 11

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022


Quick recap of the review of Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness with Dr. Mateja R. Savoie-Roskos

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast
Ep 61 – Motivational Interviewing & Grief

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 71:16


Motivational Interviewing & Grief Dr. M. Katherine Shear is the Marion E. Kenworthy Professor of Psychiatry and the founding Director of the Center for Prolonged Grief at Columbia University School … Read More "Ep 61 – Motivational Interviewing & Grief" The post Ep 61 – Motivational Interviewing & Grief appeared first on .

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast
086: Round Table 2: Dr. Jay Wiles & Biohacker Babes (Lauren Sambataro & Renee Belz): Deep Dive Into Circadian Rhythms, Sleep Architecture, & Sleep Trackers!

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 70:26


Jay T. Wiles, Clinical Health Psychologist, HRV Subject Matter Expert, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Hanu Health. Dr. Jay is currently working as the Health Behavior Coordinator at WJB Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, SC and the Greenville Outpatient VA Clinic. He has specialized training in health behavior coaching, health assessment, nutritional interventions for mental and physical health, Motivational Interviewing, applied psychophysiology, and consultation. Dr. Wiles works as a consultant for companies/organizations, practitioners, and individual patients on nutritional psychology, health behavior change, applied psychophysiology, and health promotion/disease prevention via complementary and integrative practices. He is also Board Certified in Tai Chi for Rehabilitation.Biohacker babes, Lauren Sambataro and Renee Belz.Lauren and Renee grew up in a health-driven family that prioritized the fundamentals of wellness and self-care. Their father, Gene Sambataro, The Original Biohacker and pioneer of Holistic Dentistry, taught them the importance of individualization and experimentation from a very young age. Renee, a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Holistic Lifestyle Coach with a Master's degree in Nutrition, and Lauren, a Broadway performer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Functional Health Coach, feel a strong passion and drive to not only share each of their journeys toward wellness, but their strategy and motivation to discover our unique bodies through the world of Biohacking. Their podcast, the Biohacker Babes, aims to create insight into the body's natural healing abilities, strengthen your intuition, and empower you with techniques and modalities to optimize your health and wellness.SHOW NOTES: 

Beyond The Balance Sheet Podcast
Success and Addiction With Alex Dayton

Beyond The Balance Sheet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 28:47


Alex Dayton has an impressive history in the mental health field including serving as the Clinical Director for Freedom Institute and the Chief Clinical Officer of Veritus. He joins us today to talk about addiction treatment and recovery for licensed professionals. Because of their license, professionals like doctors, lawyers, and judges are  more reluctant to seek treatment. The program offered by Veritus, which uses technology, helps to make treatment more accessible to this population. Listen to today's episode as Alex talks about the correlation among addiction, wealth, and success, explains dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and shares exciting trends in the mental health field.    IN THIS EPISODE  [01:46] Similarities and differences between licensed professionals and the average person getting  support for substance use.  [06:22] How doctors compare to other patients in treatment  [09:54] How treatment for lawyers is specialized  [12:54] The correlation among  addiction, success, and wealth  [18:21] An explanation of DBT  [23:42] Alex shares what he is looking forward to in the field in the coming years    KEY TAKEAWAYS  Technology is being used in the mental health field making treatment more accessible and offering different solutions for clients.  DBT is an effective therapy technique because it is applicable in real-time.  Doctors, lawyers, and other licensed professionals often have a hard time seeking help for substance use because they are afraid it will affect their license. Veritus and the Freedom Institute both aim to help treatment be more accessible to this population.    RESOURCES:  Beyond the Balance Sheet Website  Veritus Website  BIO:  Alex Dayton is a Psychotherapist in private practice and an advisor to several organizations helping to support mental healthcare programming and strategy. Alex served for several years as the Clinical Director for Freedom Institute, an outpatient treatment program located in New York City.. In addition, Alex served as the Vice President of clinical strategy and business development for Freedom Institute. Alex served as Chief Clinical Officer of Veritus, a virtual intensive outpatient program he helped launch and design to treat medical professionals, lawyers, and judges struggling with substance use disorder. Alex remains a consultant for both Freedom Institute and Veritus as a senior advisor. In addition to his Masters degree from New York University, Alex has received intensive training in DBT, and advanced practices in DBT from Marsha Linehan at Behavioral Tech. He  has received training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) from the Beck Institute, completed the Foundations in Family Therapy Program at The Ackerman Institute for The Family, and completed training in advanced practices for Motivational Interviewing from MINT. Alex  completed training at Bellevue hospital and at FEGS, working with adults who have both chronic mental illness and addiction. He has worked with adults, adolescents, and children at the Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy and on a research team at New York University conducting HIV and substance use research. 

BAST Training podcast
Ep.80 Understanding Music Performance Anxiety with David Juncos

BAST Training podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 37:45


David Juncos is a clinical psychologist, author and performance coach who specialises in music performance anxiety. His treatment approach includes the use of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and he has presented his research on this subject on an international scale. He is a faculty member at the Voice Study Centre and his book, Act for Musicians: A Guide for Using Acceptance and Commitment Training to Enhance Performance, Overcome Performance Anxiety and Improve Well-being, is available for purchase now. KEY TAKEAWAYS David is a musician at heart and in his work as a psychologist naturally gravitated towards musicians – this led to his interest in the area of music performance anxiety (MPA). When you have social anxiety, you have a fear of doing things in front of others. When you combine that fear with other symptoms that are highly distressing, you have a disorder. The disorder is not just the presence of symptoms but the presence of symptoms plus distress over having symptoms. People with performance anxiety experience many different symptoms including: physiological arousal symptoms such as tachycardia and shortness of breath; cognitive symptoms, so what your mind is doing when anxious; and behavioural symptoms. Behavioural symptoms cover avoidant or anxious behaviours such as not making eye contact during a performance or positioning yourself further away from the audience. ACT is part of a wave of newer behavioural psychotherapies that have become popular in the last 20 or 30 years. ACT encourages people to learn to coexist with anxious thoughts rather than try to eliminate them. The aim is to create a neutral relationship with anxiety so that you're not in an adversarial tug-of-war role with yourself and your anxiety.  BEST MOMENTS  ‘There was a lack of good methodological rigour in how these psychotherapies were being studied in the lab' ‘What your mind is doing when anxious is worrying about making a mistake and worrying about the implications and making it' ‘Being female unfortunately makes you more likely to have MPA'   EPISODE RESOURCES   BAST Training   Guest Website: actformusicians.com hptherapy.com http://www.hptherapy.com/OurPsychotherapists.en.html#DavidJ Social Media: Research Gate: researchgate.net/profile/David-Juncos-2 Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-juncos-psy-d-b688a53b/ Relevant Links & Mentions: Voice Study Centre: voicestudycentre.com Singing Teachers Talk Podcast - Ep 76. Mental Health Training for Performing Arts Workers with Raffaella Covino: https://linktr.ee/basttraining?utm_source Applause for Thought: applauseforthought.com The work of Diana Kenny The Psychology of Music Performance Anxiety by Diana Kenny Mental Health First Aid England: https://mhfaengland.org/ Voice Geek Facebook Forum Noa Kageyama & The Bulletproof Musician: https://bulletproofmusician.com/ org   ABOUT THE GUEST   David G. Juncos, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist, author and performance coach based in Philadelphia, PA. He earned his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University in 2015. He has over 17 years' experience in treating a variety of clinical problems, including anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders. He specialises in the treatment of music performance anxiety (MPA) and has presented internationally on his research in using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat MPA and enhance music performance. He is on faculty with the Voice Study Centre, a UK-based provider of postgraduate study in Voice Pedagogy and Performance Coaching for Performing Artists. There he provides lectures and tutorials on MPA, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, achieving peak performance, and statistics/research design, and he trains music teachers in ACT coaching to help them manage students' MPA and other performance-related problems. He recently co-authored his first book, entitled ACT for Musicians: A Guide for Using Acceptance and Commitment Training to Enhance Performance, Overcome Performance Anxiety, and Improve Well-Being. Lastly, he is an amateur songwriter and has performed both as a solo artist and in bands throughout the Philadelphia area as a vocalist, guitarist, and keyboardist. NOW AVAILABLE: To learn more about David's book ACT for Musicians,  an evidence-based guide for using Acceptance & Commitment Training to enhance performance skills, overcome performance anxiety, and improve overall well-being, go here: https://www.universal-publishers.com/book.php?method=ISBN&book=1627343814 See David's latest publication here: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.830230/full   ABOUT THE PODCAST   BAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events. Website: basttraining.com Get updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST Training Link to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-bios  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast  - Hosted by Patrick Fitzgibbons
Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast: Dr. Sachi Ananda - Director of Shatterproof at FHE Health

Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast - Hosted by Patrick Fitzgibbons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 42:04


Hello everyone and welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. I hope you all are well. Thank you for listening to the show. If you love the show please share this episodes and my other shows with your family and friends. Also, please give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts.  A special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in First Responder roles. For the first responders who are working and serving in Florida. Thank you for your service and help in this time of a devastating Hurricane that has hit the state.  If you are struggling with addiction, mental health challenges, or both, please reach out. My life changed for the better when I took that step forward. I am so grateful for FHE Health and The Shatterproof Program for First Responders. Reach out at 844-650-1399 or contact me directly at 303-960- 9819.  https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ Check out my Criminal Justice Evolution YouTube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdnSgwX_KYND8GGh7USv0tw   There are so many dedicated professionals who treat and help our brave men and women who serve. One happens to be on the show today - Dr. Sachi Ananda, Ph.D., LMHC, MCAP is responsible for providing clinical direction to FHE Health's specialized treatment program for first responders. Her #1 goal in her job is to help first responders return as soon as possible to their roles as public servants in their communities and families. Dr. Ananda is a licensed mental health counselor, certified master's-level addiction professional, and clinical sexologist. Her professional expertise and personal background groomed her for working with and relating to first responders and understanding their unique treatment needs. She specializes in trauma work, relationship therapy, and drug and process addictions recovery. Growing up in a military family with a father in the Navy and a brother in the U.S. Marines, Dr. Ananda saw firsthand the impact that PTSD can have on the health and wellbeing of members of the military and first responders. She is trained in EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Motivational Interviewing, relapse prevention, sex therapy, and family interventions— among other innovative therapeutic strategies that have proven effective for first responders. Dr. Ananda is originally from Vietnam. Her family came to the U.S. as refugees when she was a young child. They settled in the Pacific Northwest, which is where Dr. Ananda lived and worked for many years before eventually calling Florida “home.”  A great show with an amazing member of the FHE Health Family. Find Dr. Sachi here: https://fherehab.com/team/ https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-sachi-ananda-856a49176/  Stay tuned for more great episodes on The CJEvolution Podcast www.cjevolution.com Patrick 

Beyond Recovery
'Question the Drink' || KARI SCHWEAR (CEO of GrayTonic.com)

Beyond Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 53:20


Kari Schwear is a 7 x career path conqueror, turned professional Executive Coach, Speaker, and Corporate Trainer. Kari also co-authored the book, The Successful Mind, Tools for Living a Purposeful, Productive, and Happy Life.Her professional career spans from hospitality to banking, to business development, real estate, the medical field, and the luxury automotive brand, Porsche.Kari started GrayTonic and the Question the Drink movement in 2018 after her own experience led her to the service of others. She holds many certifications, including Motivational Interviewing, Life Coaching, and several trauma courses through the NICABM. She has resided in Richmond, VA, with her husband for over three decades.✅ https://www.graytonic.com/✅ https://www.linkedin.com/karischwear✅ https://www.instagram.com/gray_tonic✅ https://www.facebook.com/graytonic

Business ideas for SMEs and Start Ups
Shift Control Episode 7- Hugh Gilmore On Building A Lasting Culture (and So Much More)

Business ideas for SMEs and Start Ups

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 51:36


Hugh Gilmore has spent over a decade providing sport psychology support to Olympians and Paralympians, coaches and the associated multidisciplinary teams. He is passionate about training people in Motivational Interviewing, (MINT Member) and has also trained in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT**) at the Albert Ellis institute in NYC. (**Acronym alert) In this podcast we discuss the broad area of building culture within teams - Hugh introduces many of the disciplines and theories that he has applied to Olympic & world class weightlifting and athletics teams. I learnt about OAP - Observable, Achievable, Promotable - if you are changing your cultural behaviour internally does it follow the 3...is it observable? is it achievable? is it promotable? I learned about the difference between informal and formal culture. And I learnt about REBT - Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. Much of what we do in the sales environment is process driven but at the very core sits people - employees, customers and prospects. I hope you find something in this episode - I always enjoy chatting with Hugh. He puts serious depth to the whole idea of culture, team building and performance improvement, fills in the gaps (where there are plenty) and leaves us maybe asking more questions of ourselves and our strategies for change. Enjoy.

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
The One Tool That Will Level Up Your Communication

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 48:06


John Seivert is the owner of Body Logic Physical Therapy in California for the last 22 years to help patients with chronic pain through motivational interviewing. During his free time, he is a 10-time Ironman distance triathlete, western states 100-mile endurance finisher, and a 60+ age group competitive cyclist. He'll be presenting on Motivational Interviewing at the California Physical Therapy Association Annual Meeting this month. John shows you exactly how to use Motivational Interviewing and the idea of CFT (cognitive functional therapy) in your clinical practice, and your life outside of the clinic.Win your ticket from them hereEpisode TakeawaysPhysical Therapists are to be the experts in musculoskeletal evaluations and differential diagnosisMotivational Interviewing/CFT?This episode will give the PT a few tips in questioning patients about their primary problemPTs will understand open-ended questions and their immense value Parting ShotConnect with JohnTwitterInstagram PT Pintcast is brewed by:Practice Freedom UFor PT Owners who want to Treat Less, Earn More, and create the business you've always dreamed of. Take the Practice Quiz now to see where you stack up. Visit practicefreedomu.com.FYZICAL Therapy and Balance CentersDo you want to open a Physical Therapy Practice? Thinking about selling your practice?You should know this: on average, a private practice who joins the FYZICAL network grows more than 40%! If you're ready to discover how the largest network of PT private practice owners are growing and adapting to industry changes, visit FYZICALFranchise.comCBDRX4U.comYOUR CBD Store - get the ABC's of CBD at CBDRX4u.comJackson TherapyProviding awesome adventures in patient care for physical therapists who care about where they're going! Look no further than JacksonTherapy.comMW TherapyAn EMR is to a Physical Therapist as a Hammer is to a Carpenter. You deserve to LOVE USING IT!It's time for something better. It's time for something customizable. That's where MWTherapy comes in, take a demo of their amazing EMR now at MWTherapy.com where switching your EMR is easy!FIRST ROUND Owens Recovery ScienceYour single course for clinicians who want certification in Personalized Blood Flow Restriction Rehabilitation Training and the equipment YOU Need to apply it properly In your clinical practice. Find out where you can get certified NEXT at www.owensrecoveryscience.com. PARTING SHOTThe Academy of Orthopaedic Physical TherapyThe leaders in orthopedic PT are the academy OF orthopedic PT, orthoPT.org now with Current concepts of Orthopedic PT 5th edition.

HEALTHY FAMILY CONNECTIONS
Should We Make A Depressed Teenager Go to School?

HEALTHY FAMILY CONNECTIONS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 25:06


Episode Description: In this episode Neil, along with his co-host Robin, responds to a therapist looking for guidance about when to send or not send a depressed or anxious teenager to school. Neil clarifies the roles of parents, doctors, therapists, school personnel, and most importantly, an empowered role for the youth. Neil adds that the skills in Motivational Interviewing and CBT can be powerful tools for parents.  Have a question for Neil? Submit it now for discussion on a future episode of The Healthy Family Connections Podcast: http://neildbrown.com/submit

Starve the Ego Feed the Soul
Relational Programming with Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick

Starve the Ego Feed the Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 48:59


To sign up for my Navigating Grief and Loss Course for $50 off during the pre-sale go here https://www.nicobarraza.com/grieflosscourseIf you are interested in working together one one one, either as an individual or couple go here https://www.nicobarraza.com/Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick, PhD, LPC, is the guest this week and we talk all things relational programing, specifically how to become aware of your emotional inheritance to not only understand your patterned behavior in relationships, but change the undesirable parts that may be causing damage and division within your dating and partnering. You can find Dr. Liz on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drelizabethfedrick/And see her work via her company https://www.evolvecounselingaz.com/BioDr. Elizabeth Fedrick a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Arizona and is trained in various therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Child-Parent Psychotherapy, and Motivational Interviewing. She has a doctoral degree in Psychology, as well as a master's degree in Professional Counseling. Dr. Fedrick specializes in working with depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, attachment, grief and loss, life transitions, and personal improvement (including motivation & self-esteem). She provides an integrated approach to treatment and believes that counseling should be individualized to the specific needs of each client. Dr. Fedrick believes in providing her clients with the essential tools and resources needed in order to obtain the healing and change they are seeking, as well as to maintain this transformation long-term. She finds it extremely important to provide a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment for all of her clients. ​Dr. Fedrick is also a professor at Grand Canyon University, where she teaches behavioral health and psychology courses. She also co-hosts a YouTube and podcast channel, Evolve Counseling, geared towards parenting and other various mental health topics. Dr. Fedrick presents mental health talks throughout her community, as well as authors mental health articles for various media outlets. 

The TASP Talks Podcast
Ep 13 - Motivational Interviewing with Gil Strait

The TASP Talks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 68:22


Chris and Jenn are back with Dr. Gil Strait. Dr. Strait provides great information and insight into the ins and outs of the practice of Motivational Interviewing. If you would like to learn more about Motivational Interviewing, check out https://studentcheckup.org/ Got a question or comment? reach us at podcast@txasp.org Intro/Outro Music by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

The TASP Talks Podcast
Ep 12 - TASP Talks Meets the Psychologists Podcast

The TASP Talks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 68:50


Its a Psychology Podcast crossover event! Chris and Jenn sit down with Julia and Gill Strait, the hosts of The Psychologists Podcast. Listen in as we dive into the amazing and interesting careers and lives of our guests! If you would like to learn more about Motivational Interviewing, check out https://studentcheckup.org/ Got a question or comment? reach us at podcast@txasp.org Intro/Outro Music by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

Safe Home Podcast
Families in Recovery with Pam Lanhart - Ep 55

Safe Home Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 54:50


In this week's Safe Home Podcast, Beth talks with Pam Lanhart. She's the Director of the Minnesota based non-profit organization “Thrive Family Recovery Resources” that she started in 2016 to help families with addicted loved ones. She's a certified recovery coach, peer specialist, speaker, author, and advocate for those dealing with substance use disorder - and their families.. She has a book and a FB page called “Praying Our Loved One Home” that our Christian audience members will especially love. She recently lost her young adult son Jake to the disease of addiction, but like our dear friend Heather Ross, she is forging ahead, more determined than ever to help families so they can help their struggling teens and young adults who are battling with addiction. Pam subscribes, as I do, to the CRAFT approach of treating our addicted loved ones with unconditional love and positive regard, no matter where they are in their sobriety. RESOURCES: Pam's information: Thrive Family Recovery Resources: https://thrivefamilyrecoveryresources.org/ Praying Our Loved One Home Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/prayingourlovedonehome Praying Our Loved One Home Blog: https://pamlanhart.com/praying-our-loved-one-home Praying Our Loved One Home Book: https://www.amazon.com/Praying-Our-Loved-One-Home/dp/B07NWZZS16 Pam's coaching website: https://pamlanhart.com/ Wild Hearts Adventures: https://www.wildheartsadventures.org/ Thrive! Family Addiction Support informed by CRAFT and Invitation to Change Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ThriveFamilySupport Other resources mentioned in this episode: The First Day film: https://thefirstdayfilm.com/ Raising Human Beings: Creating a Collaborative Partnership with Your Child by Ross W. Greene, PhD: https://www.amazon.com/Raising-Human-Beings-Collaborative-Partnership/dp/1476723761 The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict by The Arbinger Institute: https://www.amazon.com/Anatomy-Peace-Resolving-Heart-Conflict/dp/0369343972/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1660195659&sr=1-1 Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brené Brown: https://www.amazon.com/Braving-Wilderness-Quest-Belonging-Courage/dp/0812985818/ref=monarch_sidesheet Motivational Interviewing: https://motivationalinterviewing.org/understanding-motivational-interviewing What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing by Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey: https://www.amazon.com/What-Happened-You-Conversations-Resilience/dp/B08PW4Q284 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/safe-home-podcast/message

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast
076: Round Table: Dr. Jay Wiles & Biohacker Babes (Lauren Sambataro & Renee Belz): Nutrition, Circadian-Centric Meal-Timing, Fasting, & Biohacking Tech

The Sleep Is A Skill Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 83:00


GUEST BIO: Jay T. Wiles, Clinical Health Psychologist, HRV Subject Matter Expert, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Hanu Health. Dr. Jay is currently working as the Health Behavior Coordinator at WJB Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, SC and the Greenville Outpatient VA Clinic. He has specialized training in health behavior coaching, health assessment, nutritional interventions for mental and physical health, Motivational Interviewing, applied psychophysiology, and consultation. Dr. Wiles works as a consultant for companies/organizations, practitioners, and individual patients on nutritional psychology, health behavior change, applied psychophysiology, and health promotion/disease prevention via complementary and integrative practices. He is also Board Certified in Tai Chi for Rehabilitation.Biohacker babes, Lauren Sambataro and Renee Belz. Lauren and Renee grew up in a health-driven family that prioritized the fundamentals of wellness and self-care. Their father, Gene Sambataro, The Original Biohacker and pioneer of Holistic Dentistry, taught them the importance of individualization and experimentation from a very young age. Renee, a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Holistic Lifestyle Coach with a Master's degree in Nutrition, and Lauren, a Broadway performer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Functional Health Coach, feel a strong passion and drive to not only share each of their journeys toward wellness, but their strategy and motivation to discover our unique bodies through the world of Biohacking. Their podcast, the Biohacker Babes, aims to create insight into the body's natural healing abilities, strengthen your intuition, and empower you with techniques and modalities to optimize your health and wellness.SHOW NOTES: 

The communication Solution
Guns, Violence and Motivational Interviewing part 2 with guest Steve Wohl

The communication Solution

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


About our guest Lieutenant Steve Wohl 25 years with the Spokane Police DepartmentTraining Director at the Spokane Police AcademyBA from Eastern Washington University in Interdisciplinary Studies, minor in Communication and Psychology.Previously supervised the Major Crime (Robbery/Homicide/OIS) unit, Special Victims Unit, Internal Affairs, and Tactical Operations unit.Commander of the Spokane Independent Investigations Regional Response team (SIIR) investigating all critical incidents involving regional law enforcement officers.SWAT and Hostage Negotiation team Commander 2014-2019. About this episode We loved having Steve on as a guest so much that we just had to schedule to have him back again to discuss even more about law enforcement and Motivational Interviewing. In this podcast we discuss: Compliance vs. Behavior ChangeLewis and Clark school shootingNew Era of law enforcementFight, flight or freezeAnd so much more! Want to see the video podcast? Join MI PLUS+ Join MI PLUS+ Want a transcript? See below! Hello, and welcome to the communication solution podcast. Here at I F I O C we love to talk communication, we love to talk motivational interviewing, and we love talking about improving outcomes for individuals, organizations, and the communities that they serve. Today, we've got Casey Jackson on the line. John Gilbert and I'm Tammy. Welcome to the conversation. Hello everyone. Welcome back to the MI guys here. We have our team as usual. And this time again, we have our very special guest, Steve Wohl. I'm saying that right? I know sometimes I mess that up. Um, but anyhow, Steve, welcome back and thank you for coming back. Steve Wohl: Oh, my, my pleasure. Glad to, join you guys again and, and, love the, the opportunity. So appreciate you guys having me on the team. Casey Jackson: Yeah. You know, Steve, what I wanna dive in with this is, [00:01:00] you know, after we wrap last time, the first thing you said is, gosh, we didn't even get into the active shooter side of this. And, I think that is so predominant right now, unfortunately, um, you know, I just know you've had multiple experiences and I think even launching this, what I want to really look at and, and kind of lay the foundation for is walking down that path between compliance and behavior change. Because even as we tee this up and we talked about it quite a bit last time, but I just think, I think from my mind, it helps me from a social worker. Really bridge that gap that we talked about last time between, you know, that the behavioral side of it, law enforcement side of it, community safety, you know, civilian safety, officer safety, like just, I think it's just such a complex issue that people try to oversimplify. And if we're gonna start from a simple place, I just wanna start from that place of kind of compliance versus behavior change and why law enforcement has to put on the paths that they have to just. For, [00:02:00] for reasons that most of us don't even comprehend. Um, and then the way that your brain continues to keep trying to expand, how do we make this as effective as possible with the best possible outcomes for everyone? So I just wanna start from there as we walk down this path, but I just wanna kinda set that tone for, for people listening as well, too, that this is just so wildly complex, and I don't want to feel like it gets oversimplified. So, but, so, so what were some of your thoughts as we were wrapping up and they, the things you were thinking, like, I just wish we could have had a chance to touch on this a bit. Steve Wohl: Yeah. You know, I think with Motivational Interviewing Casey, you're always looking for behavioral change and, looking for the way to get into people who are in crisis. With, active shooters, a lot of times we are called when, the violence is, is going on. And we have got to stop or neutralize that threat, and we don't always get the opportunity to sit and talkwit...

Conversations with Anne Elizabeth
#264 - Amy Morel L'Horset, PhD, RD, CDCES

Conversations with Anne Elizabeth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 50:44


Conversation 264: The Story, Journey and Passion of Amy Morel L'Horset, PhD, RD, CDCES Today's conversation is with Amy Morel L'Horset, a registered dietitian who started off her career in clinical and outpatient care in the Air Force. As she worked with more and more patients, she obtained her CDCES and realized she wanted to expand her counseling skills. With a masters in Clinical Counseling and PhD in dietetics, she now specializes in pre-diabetes and diabetes education. This is a must listen for ALL dietitians. Please enjoy my conversation with Amy. Connect with Amy: https://preventiondietitian.com/ https://www.instagram.com/prevention_dietitian/ Reverse Diabetes Community Prediabetes 1. Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes are published annually and include the standards for the Prevention or Delay of Type Diabetes. 2. Follow the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study -- many articles continue to be published. 3. CDC Diabetes Prevention Program -- many resources Motivational Interviewing 1. Certificate of Intensive Training in Motivational Interviewing through UMass Chan Medical School Center for Integrated Primary Care 2. Dr. Dawn Clifford's MI Training www.anneelizabethrd.com Copyright © 2022 AEHC & OPI Song: One Of These Days Artist: The Gemini www.thegeminimusic.com Music used by permission. All rights received. © ASCAP OrtmanMusic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anneelizabethrd/message

ASRA News
Motivational Interviewing and Brief Action Planning to Promote Health Behavior Change

ASRA News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 10:09


"Motivational Interviewing and Brief Action Planning to Promote Health Behavior Change," by Nancy Beckman, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. From ASRA Pain Medicine News, May 2022. See original article at www.asra.com/asra-news for figures and references. This material is copyrighted.

The communication Solution
Ethical Influence and Behavior Change with guest Josh

The communication Solution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022


Ethical influence and behavior change with guest Josh from Valuegraphics About our guest Josh is the VP of The Valuegraphics Research Company. Helping global brands like PayPal, lululemon, and Genesys to increase their ROI, reduce their risk and improve ESG by using a research-backed values approach. By conducting custom research, The Valuegraphics Research Company is able to provide a unique experience for each of its clients, that uses data to remove the guesswork from their marketing and messaging. The demographic models that marketers have used for centuries are no longer effective because people don't fit the demographic stereotypes of days gone by. Around the world, companies are looking for an alternative that helps them find the intersection between profit and purpose and Valuegraphics is that answer. About this episode This podcast episode is a must listen! Josh joins us from Value graphics to share his experience on values and the core values found in the U.S. and Canada and around the world, as well as discuss ethical influence. In this podcast we discuss: Pre-frontal cortex and how it relates to our valuesExplaining demographics, psychographics and valuegraphicsValues theoryCompeting valuesSales, manipulation and connecting people's valuesRecruitment, culture change and employee retentionTop 10 values in the whole world If you loved this episode, please rate it on apple podcasts and subscribe to our podcast for more great podcasts! Want to watch the video podcast? Join MI PLUS! Want a transcript? See below! [00:00:00] Hello, and welcome to the communication solution podcast. Here at I F I O C we love to talk communication. We love to talk motivational interviewing, and we love talking about improving outcomes for individuals, organizations, and the communities that they serve today. We've got Casey Jackson on the line. John Gilbert and I'm Tammy. John Gilbert: Welcome to the conversation. Hello again, everyone. We have a guest today that is going to get into something that if anyone has listened to our podcast on values, focus, mountain, all that good stuff. This will be familiar, but. You will also expand your mind in some really cool ways. I've got to hear our guest on various podcasts out there. I suggest listening to his work. He has a book as well. He can tell us all about himself. It's Joshua Dittmar and he, is [00:01:00] gonna tell us about value graphics and what that all means and how we can relate Motivational Interviewing to that and how he's doing a lot of massive change at a large level. He's the VP of value graphics research company, and he's helping global brands be it PayPal, Lulu Laman Genesis their he's using these value graphics to help with increasing. ROI, reducing their risk and improve some of their outcomes with a researched, backed values based approach. So we're gonna talk about that, how to do that with values and get into some aspects of how do we think about ethics in relation to discovering people's values, how we're influencing them. And just some of the, some of the things around that from an Motivational Interviewing perspective, as well as Josh. Your perspective as well, more generally from everything you've learned. So anyhow, welcome Josh. And if you wouldn't mind, I know you have some information you were thinking of sharing about what does this even mean with value graphics and how could people get attuned to [00:02:00] it? Josh Dittmar: Amazing, good day guys. Thanks for having me on. And yeah, really looking forward to having a chat about values and a values driven approach with people who are already living and breathing this stuff. It's always exciting to talk to like-minded folks. Yeah, this this amazing database that has originally been created by our founder, David Allison, and a team of researchers out of New Zealand has really given us some powerful tools to not just change businesses, but also, you know,

Sunny Side Up Nutrition
Eating Disorders and Athletes with Shane Jeffrey

Sunny Side Up Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 41:31


Anna Mackay and Anna Lutz have a conversation with Shane Jeffrey, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian,  Accredited Sports Dietitian and Strength and Conditioning Coach, about eating disorders in the sports world, and the slippery slope that disordered eating behaviors can be for both elite level athletes, as well as recreational athletes.  They discuss: Some behaviors that might alert family members, teammates, or coaches that an athlete is struggling. Common misconceptions around young athletes with regards to weight, body shape, fitness levels, and food intake. The importance of having conversations about changes in bodies, particularly as kids go through puberty. The unique skill set a dietitian has that makes them a valuable part of a treatment team. The role of parents, caregivers and family members in the treatment and recovery process. Tips for family members, friends, or teammates of someone struggling that might help them avoid colluding with the eating disorder. Links:  Support the Podcast -- Virtual “Tip Jar”! River Oak Health Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast  Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy Pinney Davenport Nutrition https://thirdwheeled.com/ https://m8.design/ https://www.sonics.io/ Shane Jeffrey is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, an Accredited Sports Dietitian and Strength and Conditioning Coach with  over 25 years experience in the field of eating disorders and is the founder and clinical director at River Oak Health, based in Brisbane, Australia. Shane is trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy- Enhanced (CBT-E), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Family Based Treatment (Maudsley Method) (FBT), Health at Every Size ® (HAES®), Motivational Interviewing and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
“D9993: Fast Facts Coding Edition” 

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 4:45


On this week's episode of Fast Facts – Coding Edition with Teresa Duncan, MS Teresa gives us a breakdown of code D9993 which is part of the suite of dental case management codes. D9993 specifically relates to motivational interviewing, a very helpful skill to possess in the op!   Quotes:  “Motivational Interviewing is patient centered, personalized counseling using methods such as motivational interviewing to identify and modify behaviors interfering with positive oral health outcomes.” “Unfortunately, you don't find a lot of reimbursement for these unless it is a public health system like maybe the VA or Indian health services or some Medicaid plans.” Links:  DentistRX: https://www.dentistrx.com More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/ Teresa Duncan Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com Nobody Told Me That Podcast: https://nobodytoldmethat.libsyn.com/ Chew On This Podcast: https://chewonthisdentalpodcast.libsyn.com/

The Campfire Circle
E16: Driving Global Change through Inner Work with Aila Malik

The Campfire Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 46:48


Aila Malik is a multipreneur, social justice warrior, planet protector, and world explorer.  She's a lawyer by schooling, nonprofit executive by trade, and founder of Venture Leadership Consulting, a firm that partners with nonprofits to close systemic gaps of inequity.In this episode, we chat about social impact leadership, multipreneurship, and doing the inner work to drive global change. That inner work can be sparked in interesting places! Aila speaks to how the app Clubhouse served as a “free life coach” – presenting her with opportunities for inner healing.“We [the national nonprofit community of practitioners] are now called upon to solve some of the world's toughest issues. How do we get very intentional about garnering the empathy and resources that are needed to solve them? For me, that comes down to really doing that inner work on a micro-macro level.” - Aila MalikWe discussed:[02:30] Aila Malik's path to activism [06:59] What do children of immigrants and nonprofit leaders have in common?[10:50] Doing the inner work of leadership   [16:43] How to drive change in your organization[25:08] Clubhouse for thought leadership and self-coaching[40:30] Aila's vision: how do we solve the world's most pressing issues? To read a full transcript of the episode, visit: LUMOS MARKETINGResources from this episode:14 LinkedIn Content Prompts: Build your personal brand and thought leadership, show up for your target audience and grow your know-like-trust factor with your professional audience on LinkedIn. Aila and Tania mention a couple of models and frameworks to help them guide and drive change. The first is William Miller and Stephen Rollnick's Motivational Interviewing, which you can read more about here. The second is Prochaska's Stages of Change Model and you can find more information about it here. Connect with Aila Malik: LinkedIn: @ailamalikInstagram: @ailamalikauthorCompany Website: ventureleader.orgPersonal Website: ailamalik.com Connect with Tania Bhattacharyya:LinkedIn: Tania BhattacharyyaInstagram: @taniabhatWebsite: lumosmarketing.coDemystify LinkedIn and Thought Leadership with TaniaThe people who can make your social impact dreams come true are on LinkedIn. They've probably even connected with you already! Our LinkedIn VIP Day is a 1:1 intensive for purpose-driven women who are ready to take their place as the trusted, go-to voice in their niche. To become an approachable expert. To stand out as you stand up for your mission. Learn more at: https://lumosmarketing.co/linkedin-vip-day 

RD Exam Made Easy Podcast
12: Motivational Interviewing

RD Exam Made Easy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 25:52


Motivational Interviewing is a communication style to help people achieve their desired goals. It helps the individual overcome discrepancies and barriers in their life that interfere with the ability to get to where they want to be.  It's a client-centered approach used by dietitians to help their clients/patients meet their desired goals.  Not only does Motivational Interviewing help the client, it's also a great way for you, the dietitian, to get the information you need to truly connect with the client/patient.  If you're an RD2Be preparing for the RD Exam, this epsiode covering Motivational Interviewing will help you with any questions that might show up on the exam. And...if you're a dietitian who needs a refresher on Motivational Interviewing, this episode is for you. A lot of information discussed in this episode is relevant throughout your career as a Registered Dietitian - long after passing the RD Exam.  This is what you'll learn in this episode: How to get the conversation started The importance of maintaining a client-centered approach The 4 general principles of Motivational Interviewing How to use Reflective Listening plus examples of reflective listening statements Open-ended versus close-ended questions  Stages of change and how to determine the patient/clients readiness for change Here's a glance at this episode: [05:15] Strategies on how to get the conversation started [06:30] Why taking a client-centered approach is the best way to help elicit change talk [09:00] An overview of Reflective Listening and example statements you can use  [14:40] A discussion of the 4 general principles of Motivational Interviewing [16:36] Why open-ended questions are best for drawing out information and keeping the conversation flowing...plus some great examples of open-ended questions

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Gambling researcher: 'Get help now, don't wait'

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 13:11


New research out this morning has found counselling can have long-lasting benefits as a treatment for gambling disorders. It's based on a randomised clinical trial with 227 people who were taking part in the Salvation Army's Oasis treatment programme. The research was led by AUT's Gambling and Addictions Research Centre with help from researchers at Flinders University in Australia and Canada's University of Calgary. It looked at the effectiveness of two gambling interventions within a service setting: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. AUT Associate Professor Maria Bellringer is the principal researcher and joins Kathryn to talk about what it means for current gambling treatments on offer - and why problem gamblers should seek help now. If you, or someone you know, are experiencing harm from gambling the Ministry of Health has a list of services available nationwide on its website. You can find it here.

StaR Coach Show
295: Coaching Past Ambivalence with Meg Rentschler

StaR Coach Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 40:04


How can you engage with a coaching client who is caught in a place of ambivalence about making changes? In addition to the coaching space, this topic is relevant in the workplace both in the employer/employee relationship and in coworker relationships. We are taking a deep dive in this solo episode about how we partner with our clients to help them move past ambivalence. We'll talk about how our human nature sets us up for a battle with ambivalence, why this is important in the coaching arena, and what we can do as a coach in this space. Join us for a closer look! Show Highlights: How ambivalence is manifested through conflicting reactions, beliefs, and feelings  Why Motivational Interviewing (from the work of William Miller and Steven Rollnick) is the most helpful framework I've found for engaging with ambivalence How Motivational Interviewing initially was developed to help those with addictive disorders–but has great coaching applications! How you can learn much more about Motivational Interviewing through various resources that are readily available  Why the coaching process, at its essence, is all about CHANGE! Why most people respond to change with ambivalence and resistance because our equilibrium is impacted Why it's important to notice how a client's habits are engaging or resisting change How a coach should listen for “change talk” from the client but not push for change Four categories of change talk (and what to listen for in the client's language): Recognizing the disadvantages of the status quo Recognizing the advantages of change Expressing optimism about change Expressing intention to change How to use OARS: open-ended questions, affirmation, reflection, and summarization The value of using open-ended questions with the client to elicit and evoke awareness Suggestions for evoking methods to get the client to see what you want them to see and imagine future possibilities Examples of statements of affirmation to use with clients to help them feel heard How to use reflective listening to help the client clarify what they mean to say How to use summarization to highlight the reasons for change and emphasize the client's commitment to change Why we need to understand that ambivalence is part of human nature Resources:   If you are interested in doing mentoring with Meg, visithttp://www.starcoachshow.com/mentor ( www.starcoachshow.com/mentor)

FloState Podcast
Episode 58 - Bargaining With The Future

FloState Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 55:08


In today's episode, Dre and Alex discuss the different stages of motivation that bring about change. These stages come from the psychological tool therapists use known as Motivational Interviewing. Change can be difficult, especially when we are aiming at our higher potential. We get tripped up in the process of change because part of us doesn't want to change, part of us wants to be the impulsive appetite that cannot be satiated. The other part of us wants to change and change for the better. We can foster that growth by understanding and connecting with our own motivation to change. With this knowledge, we are better equipped to bargain with the future about what we want. 

The Talent Equation Podcast
"Keeping the balloon in the air" - a conversation with Dan Lycett and Ross Williams from St David's College

The Talent Equation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 100:05


Dan Lycett and Ross Williams are on the PE staff at St David's College in LLandudno in North Wales. They have been very public in sharing their approach to PE and school sport with the world and have been very active in creating learning spaces for other practitioners. In this conversation we delve into the alternative approach that they take to increase engagement in PE and school sport by turning the curriculum on it's head and working backwards from a child centred approach. The results speak for themselves as I hope you will agree from the discussion.Link to my conversation with Stephen Rollnick about Motivational Interviewing https://www.spreaker.com/episode/20445243

RD Exam Made Easy Podcast
9: Case Study - Hyperthyroidism and Chronic Kidney Disease

RD Exam Made Easy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 22:51


Case Studies are the best way to put concepts into practice. That's exactly what we're doing in this episode.  Hyperthyroidism and Chronic Kidney Disease are two conditions that might pop up on the RD exam. Working in dietetics, they're also conditions you might come across more often which is why you should know the impact it has on an individual. Plus, many people have more than one medical condition. Knowing what to focus on as a dietitian, helps you achieve the best outcomes for your patients/clients.  This is what you'll learn in this episode: An overview of hyperthyroid and hypothyroidism including the symptoms and labs values to monitor An overview of chronic kidney disease and how GFR is used to classify the stage of kidney disease The steps to take when seeing a patient and working through a case study including going through the medical record How to approach conversations with patients and why Motivational Interviewing techniques are a must And, if you're looking for a resource that breaks down parenteral nutrition calculations, I've got you covered. You can find a link to an amazing resource that will help you nail these calculations on the exam here.  You can also follow me on instagram @jananichollrd. Send me a message with any topics you'd like to see covered on the RD Exam Made Easy Podcast. You're not alone. 

Pursue Your Passion
#20 - Whitney Custer - A Passion for Mental Health Part 3

Pursue Your Passion

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 45:54


In her practice, Whitney Custer places great focus on creating a safe, nonjudgmental space to unpack struggle and discomfort. She believes that positive rapport between client and therapist is paramount to the therapy model and she commits to placing that at high value in her work with each client. Whitney specializes in co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health treatment. She understands the connection from a personal perspective as well as through her education and professional experiences. She utilizes a variety of modalities including Strength-Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. To get in touch with Whitney - email Custerwhitney@gmail.com  To connect with Tyler - https://www.tylerkamerman.com/contact 

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast
Ep 57 – Motivational Interviewing & Discord

Talking To Change - A Motivational Interviewing podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 82:14


Motivational Interviewing & Discord Glenn and Sebastian welcomed Stephen R. Andrew LCSW, LADC, CCS to the podcast to discuss discord and many other topics. Stephen is a storyteller, trainer, therapist, … Read More "Ep 57 – Motivational Interviewing & Discord" The post Ep 57 – Motivational Interviewing & Discord appeared first on .

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCL Training: Motivational Interviewing Basics

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 28:11


Join John Sabin, CCL Great Lakes Regional Co-Coordinator, for a training that will show you how to use Motivational Interviewing to more effectively connect with your members of Congress, local leaders, or even members of your own CCL group.  “Motivational Interviewing” is a communication style that fosters collaboration and offers you as an advocate a package of skills to collaborate with anyone, especially “difficult people.” As a well-regarded professional approach Motivational Interviewing has thirty years of research across many fields and more than 1,000 studies demonstrating its effectiveness. Skip ahead to the following section(s): (0:00) Intro & Agenda (2:23) Origins & Value of Motivational Interviewing (5:33) The Spirit of Motivational Interviewing (9:17) Four Processes of Motivational Interviewing (11:37) Reflective Listening: the Core Skill (OARS) (20:45) Summary &  Demonstration Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/mi-slides  CCL Community Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/123

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Real World Functional Assessment and Treatment: Apollo CSS 2 with Jim Moore

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 85:48 Very Popular


Oh boy, as the kids these days say, this show is a straight up banger. Dr. Jim Moore joins me again in our second installment in the Apollo Case Study Series, where we go deep into all things functional assessment.  Right out of the gate, I want to note that we do spend time reviewing both functional analysis and treatment data of clients that Jim has worked with in the past. We do the best we can to narrate the these data, but you're going to want to go to the show notes of the episode to see what we're talking about in order to get the most out of the discussion.  OK, in this episode, we discuss the following: How much evidence does one need in order to move forward with a behavioral intervention. How to assess the confidence in your functional assessment interview, and get the most out of these interactions with caregivers. How to train staff to be great interviewers. Treatment decisions based on functional assessment outcomes. When to use Isolated vs. Synthesized contingencies. How the staff at Apollo are mentored and supported in these functional assessment and treatment strategies. This list could actually go on and on (including a sidebar about values-based care - a topic I'd like to return to at some point), so I encourage you to listen to the episode all the way through. For example, in the last moments of the show, we discussed how to navigate some of the quasi-tribal verbal behavior that comes with the functional analysis territory. You definitely don't want to miss that.  Here are some links to resources we discussed in this episode: The inaugural Apollo Case Study Series show where Jim discusses scientific problem-solving. Mueller, Sterling, and Moore (2005). Towards Developing a Classroom-Based Functional Analysis Condition to Assess Escape-to-Attention as a Variable Maintaining Problem Behavior. A podcast I did with longtime friend, Dr. Jim Murphy, on Motivational Interviewing.  Forehand and Long book, as well as a podcast I did on those parenting principles with Brandon Franklin. Apollo Behavior's website, as well as their Facebook and LinkedIn pages. House, MD.

Pursuing Health with Julie Foucher
Tiny Habits to Create Behavior Change with BJ Fogg, PhD and Stephanie Weldy, MEd PH260

Pursuing Health with Julie Foucher

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 64:00


Motivation isn't enough to create lasting behavior change. The secret to success?  Focus on consistency.   In the words of behavior scientist BJ Fogg, Ph.D., it's important to “make the habit so tiny you can do the baseline habit on any day.”   Dr. Fogg is the author of the New York Times bestselling book “Tiny Habits” and the director of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. He has spent over 20 years researching and teaching insights about human behavior with a special focus on health and productivity. Dr. Fogg and his colleague, Stephanie Weldy, M.Ed., recently joined me for a live Q&A-style webinar hosted by CrossFit Health which I'm sharing here.  We had a great conversation focused on why celebrating small habits is the key to creating huge transformations.  You can connect with Dr. Fogg via his Instagram (@bjfogg) Other ways you can learn more: Tiny Habits book on Audible Free 5-day Tiny Habits Program Behavior Design Bootcamp Tiny Habits Coach Certification Program   Related Episodes: Ep 91 - Mind Over Matter: Improving Performance in Athletics and Beyond with a Sports Psychiatrist Ep 257 - Motivational Interviewing for Behavior Change with Stephen Rollnick, PhD If you like this episode, please subscribe to Pursuing Health on iTunes and give it a rating or share your feedback on social media using the hashtag #PursuingHealth. I look forward to bringing you future episodes with inspiring individuals and ideas about health every week. Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information only, and does not provide medical advice.  I recommend that you seek assistance from your personal physician for any health conditions or concerns.

Pursuing Health with Julie Foucher
Motivational Interviewing for Behavior Change with Stephen Rollnick, PhD PH257

Pursuing Health with Julie Foucher

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 62:22


It's a familiar scenario: Your client understands what they need to do to improve their health, and yet they just can't seem to consistently follow through on eating right, exercising more, getting quality sleep, etc. Enter motivational interviewing, a way of conducting conversations about change to strengthen clients' motivation and commitment. Dr. Stephen Rollnick is a pioneer in the field of motivational interviewing and has spent much of his career researching and developing effective methods for helping people resolve difficult behavior change. He recently joined me for a live Q&A-style webinar hosted by CrossFit Health with a focus on how motivational interviewing can help clients and patients achieve their goals. Join me live for next month's webinar on April 22 at 6p ET/3p PT.  I'll be chatting with Dr. Alessio Fasano about gluten and the microbiome.  Keep an eye out on CrossFit.com for registration details. You can connect with Dr. Rollnick via his website. Dr. Rollnick is offering a 25% discount to the CrossFit Health community on his book Motivational Interviewing as well as 50% off the online course Motivational Interviewing in Healthcare (use code MICROSSFIT)   Resources mentioned in the episode: Coaching Athletes to Be Their Best: Motivational Interviewing in Sports (Applications of Motivational Interviewing), Stephen Rollnick Finding Your Way to Change: How the Power of Motivational Interviewing Can Reveal What You Want and Help You Get There, Allan Zuckoff Related Episodes: Ep 84 - Chasing Excellence with Ben Bergeron Ep 91 - Mind Over Matter: Improving Performance in Athletics and Beyond with a Sports Psychiatrist If you like this episode, please subscribe to Pursuing Health on iTunes and give it a rating or share your feedback on social media using the hashtag #PursuingHealth. I look forward to bringing you future episodes with inspiring individuals and ideas about health every week. Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information only, and does not provide medical advice.  I recommend that you seek assistance from your personal physician for any health conditions or concerns.