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Best podcasts about Mount Sinai Hospital

Latest podcast episodes about Mount Sinai Hospital

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Dr. Airica Steed, System Chief Operating Officer at Sinai Chicago & President at Mount Sinai Hospital

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 8:01


This episode features Dr. Airica Steed, System Chief Operating Officer at Sinai Chicago & President at Mount Sinai Hospital. Here, she discusses her recent promotion to President, her focus on health equity, advice for emerging leaders, and more.

Be Well, Be Keto: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results!
#223 Drew Taylor - Save Your Cells to Stay Younger

Be Well, Be Keto: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 57:44


As an entrepreneur and regenerative medicine pioneer, Drew Taylor is making breakthrough medicine accessible for everyday people. Drew's interest in regenerative medicine goes all the way back to seventh grade when he observed a total knee replacement. After the surgery, the doctor told him that, someday, people would use their own cells to heal their bodies. Ever since Drew's fascination with regenerative medicine has only grown. Drew is used to juggling a full life; while obtaining his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, Drew also competed as a pitcher in professional baseball. After a career-ending injury forced him to give up his sports career, Drew devoted himself fully to medicine, first working as part of Mount Sinai Hospital's BioEngineering of Skeletal Tissues Team, then as Chief Science Officer at Epic Capital Management. Drew wanted to help people find a way to use their own tissue to live not only longer but better. So in 2017, Drew co-founded Acorn Biolabs, a company dedicated to helping more people access the future of regenerative medicine by providing affordable, accessible, and non-invasive cell banking. Cryopreservation isn't just science fiction anymore; with Acorn, Drew helps people prepare to live longer, look better, and get ahead of aging so they are ready for the future of regenerative medicine.

The Franciska Show
The ASIFA Inspiring or Not? - With Dr. Efrat Bruck (200th Episode Special)

The Franciska Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 47:13 Very Popular


Join the discussion group: https://chat.whatsapp.com/Lj6a5VZhRnBKCumXLE43QK   Was the women's ASIFA a success? Why was it so inspiring? Why were so many many turned off? What did they do right? How could have it been better?  How does Charedi leadership feel about women, their roles and right for self expression? Listen to this episode to hear a frank discussion that brings up all sides.  Check out the original episode on this show with Dr. Efrat Bruck: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lets-talk-about-the-issues-brought-up-in-my/id1316933734?i=1000529763337     Link to the latest music release "Times Of Our Lives": Kol Isha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LypQ6opliv4&feature=youtu.be       If you'd like podcast support, please reach out to franciska@franciskakosman.com   If you'd like to book a consult session with Franciska, click here:  https://checkout.square.site/merchant/5BECR8D49NYV3/checkout/FVSNPB7HVW36LOYAR3L7SJMU   If you'd like to sponsor an episode, click here: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/5BECR8D49NYV3/checkout/6KYMG7OGFR4Y63C43RREZ5MV Check out www.JewishCoffeeHouse.com for more Jewish Podcasts on our network.   ABOUT OUR GUEST: Efrat Bruck, MD, graduated from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City and is now an anesthesiology resident at the Mount Sinai Hospital. Before medical school, she taught Judaic studies, Hebrew, and Biology to 1000 now-alumni of Be'er Hagolah Institutes, in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Bruck has worked as a content specialist for Khan Academy and created over 30 MCAT preparation videos on topics in molecular biology, DNA, and genetics that have also recently been translated into foreign languages.  Her videos have been published on the AAMC (American Association of Medical Colleges) website, Khan Academy, and YouTube, accruing millions of views on the latter. Dr. Bruck has published research in Nature, the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Bruck founded and leads the JOWMA PreMed Society that aims to advance Jewish women, from all backgrounds, in medicine. Dr. Bruck is a fierce advocate for premed students from insular and underrepresented backgrounds and strives to provide them with the resources and tools necessary to compete. (www.jowma.org/pre-med). She was among two out of 200 graduating MDs, PhDs, and MD/PhDs at Sinai's recent commencement to be awarded the Patricia Levinson Award for the Advancement and Inclusion of Women in Medicine. Dr. Bruck, along with her colleagues at JOWMA, is also currently in the process of constructing a cultural competency curriculum that will help healthcare professionals in New York City hospitals provide culturally sensitive medical care to Jewish populations across the entire spectrum of Orthodoxy. Dr. Bruck's experiences in education, acceptance to nearly 10 US MD programs, and service on the admissions committee of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have led her to have a highly successful track record helping premeds navigate the medical school application process. She is the founder and CEO of MDInspire, a medical school admissions consultancy that provides professional consulting for fees that are reasonable and a fraction of the standard costs. Dr. Bruck specializes in helping people weave their stories seamlessly through their application, building stellar personal statements and activities sections, interview preparation, and coaching students on how to study smarter, not harder. For more information, please visit: www.MDInspire.com. BlogPost: http://www.rationalistjudaism.com/2021/07/from-bais-yaakov-to-md.html Instagram: drbruck_mdinspire Facebook: Efrat Bruck LinkedIn: Efrat Bruck, MD website: www.MDInspire.com YouTube: Efrat Bruck www.jowma.org/pre-med

Physician's Guide to Doctoring
Endometriosis and the Bigger Health Picture with Laurence Orbuch, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 47:52


In today's episode, you'll hear two men talking about endometriosis. I recognize the optics of this, but this is a topic I haven't covered yet, and an important one, so when today's expert approached the show with the idea to discuss endometriosis, I said absolutely. Dr. Laurence Orbuch completed his training at the New York Hospital Weill Cornell Medical College and SUNY Upstate Medical Center. He served as the Director of Minimally Invasive and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Director of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery at The Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital. Dr. Orbuch is currently Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at both Cedars- Sinai Marina Del Rey Hospital and Providence Saint John's Hospital in Los Angeles and Lenox Hill Hospitals in New York. He is also the Medical Director of GYN Laparoscopic Associates LA in Beverly Hills, California. In his practice, he specializes in minimally invasive and robotic surgery for the treatment of endometriosis and all benign gynecologic conditions requiring surgical intervention. www.LAGynDoc.com We talk about the pathophysiology of endometriosis, which was very surprising for me, how it typically presents, as well as some atypical presentations, that make more sense given his explanation for how it occurs. We talk about who is at higher risk, different conditions that may be caused or influenced by endometriosis, some misdiagnoses that may actually be endometriosis, and treatment options.

Fempower Health
Heart Health: What Every Woman Needs to Know | Dr. Nanette Wenger

Fempower Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:32


According to Go Red for Women, cardiovascular disease kills more women than all forms of cancer combined and yet only 44% of women recognize that cardiovascular disease is their greatest health threat. That is why we are discussing heart health. Dr. Nanette Wenger has been at the forefront of advancing patient care for the last 60-plus years. She was among the first physicians to focus on coronary heart disease in women, and to evaluate the different risk factors, symptoms and conditions for women compared to men. She speaks about the following: What are the risks for and symptoms of heart problems in women? How do heart attacks manifest differently from men vs. women? How does a woman know if she has heart problems? How can a woman keep a healthy heart? What is the current state of healthcare professional awareness of how heart attacks manifest in men vs. women? How to advocate for yourself, especially if you feel as though you aren't being heard? “It is important to realize this is not a disease of old ladies. This is a disease of young women. It is a disease that can be ameliorated and prevented.” - Dr Nanette Wenger Resources: American Heart Association's Presidential Advisory Chest Pain Guidelines American Heart Association and Go Red for Women   If you liked this episode and you're feeling generous, don't forget to leave a review on iTunes or Spotify! And be sure to: Follow Fempower Health on Instagram for updates and tips. Tell 2-3 of your friends about this episode!   **The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by the Fempower Health podcast guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.** **May contain affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links** More about Dr. Nanette Wenger  Dr. Nanette Wenger was a co-author of the American Heart Association's 2007 Guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Women, and she continues to promote and conduct gender-specific cardiology research. Her work includes the connection between pregnancy complications and cardiovascular disease and the possibility that certain breast cancer treatments are linked to heart failure. Dr. Wenger earned a Bachelor of Arts from Hunter College, summa cum laude. She was one of the first women to earn her doctorate in medicine at Harvard Medical School, and in 1956, she was the first woman to be named chief resident in cardiology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.  Together with colleagues at Grady, she led the development of a 21-day cardiac rehabilitation program for patients after myocardial infarction (heart attack), which became a model for programs across the country. Dr. Wenger is actively practicing at Emory University School of Medicine and is a professor emeritus and serves as the director of the Cardiac Clinics and the ECG Laboratory at Grady Memorial Hospital. Dr. Wenger has received numerous awards for her notable achievements throughout her career. Just last month, she was featured in The Hill newspaper's special tribute, “The Century of the Woman: 100 Women Who Have Helped Shape America.” She also chaired the World Health Organization's Expert Committee on Rehabilitation after Cardiovascular Disease and co-chaired the Guideline Panel on Cardiac Rehabilitation for the U.S. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research. Dr. Wenger has had a longstanding interest in geriatric cardiology, is a past president of the Society of Geriatric Cardiology and was editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Geriatric Cardiology for more than 15 years.

Exploring Mind and Body
EMB #550: Change the Way You Think About Nutrition

Exploring Mind and Body

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 30:00


As the co-founder of Culina Health, Vanessa's magic lies in her realistic and personalized approach to nutrition. With science as her first love, she is interested in helping clients to take an active role in their health journey with the help of her expertise: personalized lifestyle plans backed by evidenced-based, science-driven nutrition counseling, adult weight management, and building a better relationship with food.    Vanessa received her MS in Marketing at NYU and completed her Dietetic Internship at Mount Sinai Hospital where she worked as a Senior Dietitian for five years. Essence named "One of the Top 5 Black Nutritionists That Will Make You Change the Way You Think About Nutrition” as a guest for Mayim Bialik's Breakdown! https://youtube.com/shorts/vEDoEmO-3vs

Am I Doing This Right?
Skin Care 101: How To Have Happy and Healthy Skin With Dermatologist Dr. Tiffany Libby

Am I Doing This Right?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 43:33


OUR HOSTS:  Corinne Foxx -https://www.instagram.com/corinnefoxx/ ( @corinnefoxx) Natalie McMillan -https://www.instagram.com/nataliemcm/ ( @nataliemcm) and https://www.instagram.com/shopnataliemcmillan/?hl=en (@shopnataliemcmillan)  What we're drinking: https://www.vivino.com/US/en/domaine-lafage-bastide-miraflors-vieilles-vignes-syrah-grenache/w/2347332 (Bastide Miraflors Syrah - Grenache)  MEET OUR GUEST:  Dr. Tiffany J. Libby - https://www.instagram.com/dermdoclibby/?hl=en (@dermdoclibby) and https://brownderm.org/doctor/tiffany-jow-libby-md/ (brownderm.org)  ABOUT OUR GUEST:  Dr. Tiffany J. Libby is a board-certified dermatologist and dual fellowship trained Mohs surgeon and cosmetic surgeon. She's the Director of Mohs Micrographic and Dermatologic Surgery and an Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine. Dr. Libby graduated from an accelerated seven year program on a merit-based scholarship from Rutgers University in New Jersey, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. She completed her internship in Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. She specializes in skin cancer surgeries, facial reconstruction for the treatment of basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma, and she's performed over 4000 Mohs surgeries and reconstructions.  TOPIC:  Dr. Libby joins us on the show to discuss how our skincare needs change over time, debunk myths about sunscreen, and share her recommendations for how to build a solid skincare routine. Dr. Libby touches on the wide range of conditions that dermatologists treat and when she would advise people to seek out professional help for a hair, nail, or skin concern. We also talk about how to fight adult acne, what to consider before getting Botox and fillers, and what her favorite drugstore skincare brands are.  In this episode, we discuss: What influenced Dr. Libby to pursue dermatology  The staples to include in your skincare routine  Dr. Libby's trick for remembering the order of application of your skincare products  Signs that you should get a professional skin check Controversies and misinformation about skin cancer and sunscreen  What happens to our skin as we age  Why you need to change up your skincare routine with the seasons  Anti-aging treatments that don't require injectables  Products to save vs. splurge on  END OF THE SHOW:  Corinne and Natalie introduce Hottie of the Week: Kerry Washington  WINE RATING: https://www.vivino.com/US/en/domaine-lafage-bastide-miraflors-vieilles-vignes-syrah-grenache/w/2347332 (Bastide Miraflors Syrah - Grenache)  =  9 / Kerry (but if you have it with a chocolate chip cookie, it's a 10/Kerry!)  WRAP UP: To wrap up the episode, Corinne and Natalie play 200 Questions. Corinne asks Nat who has impressed her most with what they've accomplished, and Nat asks Corinne if there's a lifestyle change she's been meaning to make for a while now.  We have a newsletter for our Am I community. You can sign up for the newsletter on our website: http://amidoingthisrightpod.com (amidoingthisrightpod.com) You can email us for episode ideas or Random Advice: amidoingthisrightpod@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amidoingthisrightpod/ (@amidoingthisrightpod ) Don't forget to rate and review the podcast! It really helps us grow!

Pixel Therapy Pod
The Strategic Satisfaction of FPS and Games as Connection with Ace aka A_TypicalQueer

Pixel Therapy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 89:11


'Sup, gaymers and theymers? This week, Spencer and Jamie dust off their Nintendo Switches and kick off Wrath Month! Join us as we explore Spencer's extremely late arrival to Sid Meier's Civilization VI and Jamie's dive into Triangle Strategy's SALTY political intrigue. Then we're joined by Ace (they/she), aka @A_TypicalQueer: a content creator, activist working with Equality New York and NEW Pride Agenda, and Director of DEI Consulting at Qweerty Gamers! We talked with Ace about using games to hold space for important conversations, thriving on other people's bullshit, and how they approach activism for marginalized LGBTQIA+ folks! 10:02 - Civilization 6 discussion 27:56 - Triangle Strategy discussion 51:21 - Interview with Ace, @A_TypicalQueer 1:23:56 - CONTENT WARNING - Reference to suicide and suicidal thoughts 1:25:18 - END OF CONTENT WARNING 'Civilization and Strategy Games' Progress Delusion' by Gabriel Soares (2019): https://www.vice.com/en/article/4aggzm/civilization-and-strategy-games-progress-delusion (https://www.vice.com/en/article/4aggzm/civilization-and-strategy-games-progress-delusion) Follow Ace: https://twitter.com/a_typicalqueer Side Quest Metahealth.gg Per Gayming Mag: “Meta by Sinai Health Foundation is a dynamic and diverse online gaming community whose mission is to fundraise and support the game-changing research and services at Sinai Health, including vital programs directly serving the LGBTQ2S+ community. This Pride, Meta is gathering gamers and creators together to support young people between the ages of 16 and 29 who visit Mount Sinai Hospital's Emergency Department in need of timely and inclusive mental healthcare.” About Pixel Therapy New episodes drop every other Tuesday. Learn more at pixeltherapypod.com or follow us on social media (we're most active on Twitter!) @pixeltherapypod. We're proud members of the But Why Tho? Podcast Network: visit ButWhyThoPodcast.com for everything pop culture in an inclusive geek community! If you like what you hear, please take a moment to rate us, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts (or your listening app of choice) and subscribe! Want more? Unlock monthly bonus episodes for $2/mo at patreon.com/pixeltherapypod

Clean Beauty School
62: The ultimate adult acne episode | board-certified dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, M.D.

Clean Beauty School

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 43:43


"Healthy diet, healthy mind, healthy body means healthy skin,” says board-certified dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology and the Director of Cosmetic & Clinical Research in Dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. In this episode of Clean Beauty School, mbg beauty director and host Alexandra Engler chats with Zeichner about all things adult acne. In this science-dense episode, they dive deep into the complicated causes of adult acne, why you need to address lifestyle and topicals, and why dirty skin is good skin.  Show notes: -Lear more about Joshua Zeichner, M.D. and follow his work -Check out Jori Skincare -Research on mental health and acne -Acne prevalence in the adult population  -2021 study on health care workers and acne  -How hormones influence adult acne -Research on stress acne -The connection between diet and acne, including dairy and acne Read more about topics discussed in this episode: Rosacea, adult acne, types of acne, inflammatory acne, period acne, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, stress acne, mental health and skin connection, skin microbiome, skin barrier function, phytosterols, hair thinning, oil control, omega 3 fatty acids for the skin, skin hydration tips, sunscreen, vitamin C serum, retinol, peptides, hydroxy acids. -Shop products mentioned in this episode: Jori Acne and Oil Control Primer & Daily Leave-On Acne Treatment Mask Call in: sayhi.chat/cleanbeautyschool Comments: podcast@mindbodygreen.com Sponsorship inquiries: sales@mindbodygreen.com 

Most memorable journeys
Rita Jammet - The Champagne Queen and Chief Bubble Officer at La Caravelle wines/champagne

Most memorable journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 40:29


Rita Jammet was born in Saudi Arabia to parents of Iraqi origin, she went to boarding school in Lebanon and Switzerland, married André Jammet, a French man and ended up living in New York. She has led an exotic and charmed life as the co-owner of the acclaimed La Caravelle restaurant for 20 years, as the proprietor of La Caravelle Champagnes / Wines, and as the mother of three accomplished sons (one of whom is the cofounder of Sweet Green). Rita has been an inspiration and role model for women in hospitality for decades. It's frankly no surprise she's now known as the Chief Bubble Officer of her company, and if New York were to have an ambassador of hospitality, it would be her. She talked to me about her childhood in Saudi and Lebanon, about moving to Switzerland and her honeymoon to the US. She is a very charismatic lady who you would want to listen to forever. Rita is a member of Les Dames d'Escoffier NY. She was awarded the Order of Agricultural Merit by France's Ministry of Agriculture and Food. She is also a board member of the New York State Restaurant Association, Manhattan Chapter. Her many charitable involvements include: Mount Sinai Hospital, French American Aid for Children, Les Dames d'Escoffier, the Comité Colbert, Spoons Across America, AIWF Days of Taste* New York, and the Food Council of City Harvest. https://www.lacaravelle.com/ritajammet

In My Heart with Heather Thomson
Dr. Sylvia Kalicinski (Dr.Sylvia K)

In My Heart with Heather Thomson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 51:28


Dr. Sylvia Kalicinski is a Ph.D. level therapist and writer who loves teaching simple strategies backed by brain science and mindfulness. She simplifies brain health, therapy, and coaching while adding a dash of spirituality to help people better understand themselves. Her education encompasses a broad approach to better understanding the impacts of loneliness, unhealed childhood trauma, and the mind-body connection. Her techniques, such as the B.O.D.Y. skill helps clients better manage stress and live a more fulfilling and confident life. Dr. Sylvia has worked with all kinds of people from celebrities to your next-door neighbor...women, men, and teens who've felt anxious, lonely, and stuck. Dr. Sylvia wants to show her client's what's truly possible so that they can move past self-limiting beliefs and step towards the direction of healing, purpose, and confidence. Sylvia's experience as a therapist and former lead behavioral health clinician at Mount Sinai Hospital strengthens her ability to connect with people and empathically listen to their narratives. Dr. Sylvia K's techniques, such as 90 Seconds to Calm, helps people better manage the impact that stress, trauma, and loneliness can have in our lives. Throughout her podcast, The Dr. Sylvia K Show, she is passionate about sharing human stories that inspire connection, growth, and true change. As a child of immigrant parents who experienced their own mental health issues, Dr. Sylvia understands the uniqueness of each family's story and the adversities that so many of us face while living in America. Even though loneliness is a personal topic - it's widely universal.   Sylvia is doing last revise on her book Lonely AF. The moment Dr. Sylvia committed to writing a book about loneliness, she immediately looked like the blonde facepalm emoji. Why would she want to write about her biggest pain point? Dr. Sylvia admits that she spent the majority of her life feeling Lonely AF. However, her book is not about going backwards or staying stuck in the problem. Lonely AF sits at the solution end of loneliness where Dr. Sylvia blends her working knowledge of the complexity of loneliness with her personal lived experiences. Because what is personal is most often universal. Look for her LONELY AF Challenge via her Instagram and website. Sylvia holds a B.S. in Radio Television and Film from The University of Texas at Austin, a M.A. in Counseling Psychology from PacificaGraduate Institute, and a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. To find out more about Dr. Sylvia K, watch her IG reels, join her #lonelyafchallenge on Instagram @drsylviak, or listen to her podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: The Dr. Sylvia K Show. Fabric: Protect your family's financial future with Fabric. Apply today in just 10 minutes. www.meetfabric.com/INMYHEART Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business Trip
The state of psychedelics: Dr. Rachel Yehuda and Zach Haigney (live recording at Soho House)

Business Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 45:45


In this week's special episode, Matias chats with Dr. Rachel Yehuda and Zach Haigney at Soho House in New York City. The episode was recorded in front of a live audience. Dr. Yehuda has spent the last 30 years doing research on PTSD and trauma and is leading the MDMA-assisted therapy research at the US Veterans Affairs Medical Center.  She is the Director at the Mental Health Patient Care Center at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center, Director of the Center for Psychedelic Psychotherapy and Trauma Research at Mount Sinai Hospital, as well as Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. Zach Haigney writes the Trip Report by Beckley Waves, a newsletter about the science, policy, and business of psychedelics.Credits: Created by Greg Kubin and Matias SerebrinskyHost: Matias Serebrinsky & Greg KubinProduced by Jonathan Davis & Zack FrankFind us at businesstrip.fmFollow us on Instagram and Twitter!Theme music by Dorian LoveAdditional Music: Distant Daze by Zack Frank

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Mike Sherrard, ”Celebrate the mini wins”, Global eXp Realty Leader & Founder of High Converting Content, shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #226

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 35:54


By popular request, we've been asked to rebroadcast this great conversation with Mike Sherrard!  Mike Sherrard, "Celebrate the mini wins", Global eXp Realty Leader & Founder of High Converting Content, shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #226 Mike Sherrard is one of the most successful agents in Canada that has built a strong organization through his social media expertise. This is a young man who is inspiring so many people in our industry and someone who will be doing amazing things for many decades to come. More About Mike Sherrard: Mike Sherrard is a recognized leader, top producer, personal brand and social media strategist in the Real Estate industry. Just in the last year, he has helped over 3,000 Real Estate Agents learn how to scale their business using Social Media by leveraging each platform to generate leads on autopilot and establish a top-of-mind personal brand. He also has broken records with one of the fastest growing real estate teams at eXp Realty, Agent Wolf Pack, consisting of agents from around the world doing real estate the modern way. About Michael Valdes:  Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Dr Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi, ”Learning is earning”, Tedx speaker & Senior Executive Director at Experion Developers on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #225

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 35:40


By popular request, we've been asked to rebroadcast this great conversation with Dr Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi!  Dr Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi, "Learning is earning", Tedx speaker & Senior Executive Director at Experion Developers shares her story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #225 Dr. Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi is one of the most prolific speakers and experts in the global real estate industry. She has held senior leadership positions at some of the most prestigious development companies in the world. Her vision and lens are truly global, and it was a pleasure to have her on the show. More About Dr. Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi:  Dr Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi is a Tedx speaker and PhD in Real estate marketing . She is a women leader who has dedicated 31 years to the Indian Real Estate industry . Her coveted assignments have been Executive Director DLF, Chief Executive EmaarMGF, Country Head - India Damac . She is currently the Senior Executive Director for Experion Developers. She is devoted to helping women entrepreneurs achieve their dreams , as the Founder President Elect for Naredco MAHI under the aegis of Ministry of Housing & Urban affairs, Govt of India. About Michael Valdes:  Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.    

Fight Back with Libby Znaimer
The Ontario Storm & Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

Fight Back with Libby Znaimer

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 51:47


Hundreds of thousands of hydro customers in southern Ontario have lost electricity. Some still haven

Derms and Conditions
How Precision Medicine is Revolutionizing Dermatology

Derms and Conditions

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 21:45


In Episode 27 of Derms and Conditions, our host James Q. Del Rosso, DO speaks with Gary Goldenberg, MD who is in Private Practice in New York, NY and serves as Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr. Del Rosso and Dr. Goldenberg spend the episode discussing precision medicine in the field of dermatology. Dr. Goldenberg discusses his use of electric impedance spectroscopy technology on his decision to biopsy pigmented skin lesions that are suspicious for melanoma. Next, Dr. Goldenberg discusses the use of precision medicine in helping to select the correct psoriasis biologic. Dr. Goldenberg stresses that precision medicine is a useful tool in dermatology but decisions must be made in conjunction with clinical judgment. The episode ends with Dr. Del Rosso highlighting some of the advantages precision medicine may have in selecting biologic medications for psoriasis. 

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Eddie Shapiro, ”Expansion always... in all ways”, President & CEO at Nest Seekers International, shares his lessons on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #224

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 40:31


By popular request, we've been asked to rebroadcast this great conversation with Eddie Shapiro!  Eddie Shapiro, "Expansion always... in all ways", President & CEO at Nest Seekers International, shares his lessons on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #224 Eddie Shapiro, CEO of NestSeekers, sits down with me to discuss how he has built a global company that is expanding into multi-media and marketing arenas. He shares the lessons of his 26-year career. More About Eddie Shapiro:  With over two decades of experience in every aspect of the real estate industry Mr. Shapiro continues to lead Nest Seekers on its journey to expand and innovate the brokerage business on a global scale. Mr. Shapiro began his career in the early 90's as an agent at a small firm in midtown Manhattan. He has since become a self-made successful and adventurous entrepreneur. His resume includes completing development and construction of buildings and investment projects in every market his brokerage operates exceeding well over a million square feet. His multi faceted experience includes developing real estate technologies, hospitality management, innovating branding and marketing concepts and most importantly identifying and pioneering the syncing of major multi markets approach in the real estate brokerage business; hence expending and connecting his firm between New York, New Jersey, The Hamptons, South Florida, Los Angeles, London, Asia and soon to be other coinciding markets. This strategy along with innovative marketing concepts has become an aspiration of every other major firm in the nation. Always at the forefront are Mr. Shapiro's core principals of ethics, integrity, loyalty, education, ingenuity and courage by which he continues to lead and disrupt industries with his growing and always expanding team of like-minded individuals. Very much like every successful story, independence and do it yourself spirit has always been another core driver in his strategy. Today Nest Seekers develops websites, brand marketing campaigns and strategies for its sellers and developers. It publishes magazines and materials unlike any other firm. It is independently responsible for its exclusive internal and external technologies, training programs and various other tools and resources developed and operated in house. After a decade of guest appearances and participation in some of the most viewed real estate shows and industry and new platforms, Mr. Shapiro has recently launched Nest Media with a number of shows and programs already in development on the worlds leading streaming and broadcast networks. On August 26 2020, the much anticipated Million Dollar Beach House aired it's first season on Netflix. Mr. Shapiro is an Executive Producer on the show and continue to serve and drive the project forward. Mr. Shapiro is a proud father of three very talented and driven children and a devoted husband and family man. Under the direction of Mr. Shapiro Nest Seekers is on path to expending its roster to over 1000 agents and management staff and over 20 offices and storefront location as it continues its journey to solidify itself as a unique global luxury brand in the fascinating world of real estate. About Michael Valdes: Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Dr Lana Morrow | Understanding Dopamine 101: The Pathway To Pleasure & Brain Hacks To Improve Your Dopamine Levels KKP: 411

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 64:29


Today, I am blessed to have here with me, Dr. Lana Morrow. She is an award-winning functional medicine neuroscientist, Founder, CEO, and creator of the THINK system and is an expert in dopamine, executive functions, and neurotechnology.  She has worked with students, diplomats, actors, European royalty, and Fortune 500 CEOs in Manhattan, Paris, and Rome. Engaging with students and professionals, Dr. Morrow improves their attention, mood, and academic and sports performance. She has been featured in the New York Times, Panorama, RAI 2, and various other media. Known for her innovative and caring approach, Dr. Morrow helps many achieve optimal potential with advanced approaches. Dr. Morrow founded THINK Interfaces in order to create non-invasive, non-pharmacological methods for remediation of attentional and movement related disorders. She is passionate about helping her clients elevate their cognitive performance, longevity and memory. She is a Galileo2000 Award winner, and recognized as a pioneer in brain computer interfaces and neuroeconomy.    Dr. Morrow earned a doctoral degree in cognitive neuroscience from Sapienza University in Rome, Italy, was a visiting researcher at the Sorbonne in Paris, and completed her post-doctoral training at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, performing EEG-based brain mapping techniques in dopamine research and at Columbia Presbyterian hospital.  Her skills also include treatment of learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder and the differential diagnosis of complex brain disorders. As a neuroscientist, she conducts research collaborations with major universities in Europe and the United States. In this episode, Dr. Lana Morrow speaks about the inspiration behind her career as a neuroscientist. One of Dr. Morrow's passions is helping children with ADHD through neuro programs disguised as video games. Then, we dive into dopamine and what you need to know about this powerful neurotransmitter. Dr. Morrow reveals brain hacks you can start doing right now that will increase your dopamine levels. Tune in as we chat about Dr. Morrow's work in helping people overcome debilitating issues and how your thoughts can create new brain cells.  Purchase Ari's new book Eat For Energy here: https://bit.ly/3Fka6VB Free 7 Day Keto Challenge May 9th 2022. Register your free spot here: https://kka.mykajabi.com/keto-challenge Get Keto Flex on Audible for Free (New Customers Only): https://adbl.co/36d6A24 Get Keto Flex on Audible here for current customers: https://adbl.co/3699lBm / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KETOKAMP15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  [00:45] The Inspiration Behind Dr. Lana Morrow's Career as a Neuroscientist  We don't choose our vocation; it chooses us. For Dr. Morrow, she is on a mission to make humanity stronger.  Eventually, Dr. Morrow opened a private practice in New York City and worked with many ADHD children.  Countless ADHD children also have congenital heart issues; therefore, they can't take stimulants.  So, Dr. Morrow started to create video games; in reality, they are neuro programs. She likes to bring the fun into healing.   [08:15] Understanding Dopamine 101: The Pathway To Pleasure  Dopamine is a style of neurons anatomy. A neuron is comprised of long sausage-like connection accents. A key and lock system enables the dopamine or any other neurotransmitter to flow from one end of the presynaptic to the postsynaptic gap. Dopamine is popular because it is responsible for our reward system.  Once your vagus nerve is stimulated correctly, you will have a flow of dopamine, which is crucial for your wellbeing.  [13:40] Brain Hacks: How To Improve Your Dopamine Levels  Turn off your phone for three minutes. Go barefoot on the grass. Take a look at the sunshine. Move your head to the left and the right in the sun.  Spending time in the sun will regulate your melatonin and regulate your inner lining of mitochondria.  [28:40] How Dr. Morrow Has Helped People Overcome Debilitating Issues Dr. Morrow's system has helped 82 traumatic brain injury clients. She will get rid of people's mental fog and anxiety and increase mobility.  Everyone can get themselves out of massive trauma.  It's so important to support each other.  Dr. Morrow has helped people get rid of their ADHD and ADD.  Plus, she helps people improve their focus.  [41:40] Find Out More About Dr. Morrow's Work With The Brain Email: DrMorrowTeam@thinkinterfaces.com Website: https://www.thinkinterfaces.com Find Dr. Morrow on Instagram: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drlanamorrow/. Overall, we all want to get to the next level.  Dr. Morrow says it's all about bringing your mind and your body into synchronicity.  [43:40] Your Thoughts Can Create New Brain Cells - Remember To Practice Gratitude With your thoughts, you can create new neurogenesis, which creates new brain cells.  If you have 60,000 thoughts per day, those are 60,000 opportunities to put your body in a healing state. You can look younger, look more muscular, feel stronger, and be healthier through keto.  Gratitude and ketosis work incredibly well together.  AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode:  Check out Think Interfaces: https://www.thinkinterfaces.com Follow Dr. Lana Morrow LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lanamorrow/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drlanamorrow/ Email: DrMorrowTeam@thinkinterfaces.com Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Free 7 Day Keto Challenge May 9th 2022. Register your free spot here: https://kka.mykajabi.com/keto-challenge Get Keto Flex on Audible for Free (New Customers Only): https://adbl.co/36d6A24 Get Keto Flex on Audible here for current customers: https://adbl.co/3699lBm / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KETOKAMP15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. 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Hardly Working with Brent Orrell
First Workings Mentors on Discovering the Value of Mentorship

Hardly Working with Brent Orrell

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 56:42


https://firstworkings.org/ (First Workings) provides multifaceted support for disadvantaged students from New York City, including access to internships, mentorships, and trainings. These mentors often occupy senior positions at major finance, media, health, or law firms, and help participants master both work and the social connections that make advancement possible. But the benefits of these internships also extend to the host firms through the diversity and life perspective they provide. In this third and final episode of our graduation season Mentoring Miniseries, two First Workings mentors, Dr. Jamilia Sly of Mount Sinai Hospital and Matthew Lustig of Lazard, a leading financial services company, discuss their vocational paths and the benefits of these mentoring opportunities for the students, mentors, and sponsoring organizations. Mentioned in the Episode https://www.mountsinai.org/profiles/jamilia-sly?msclkid=a8a55b3ad16711ecb0ae33e48571b8da (Dr. Jamilia Sly) https://investors.bxp.com/board-member/matthew-lustig (Matthew Lustig) https://firstworkings.org/ (First Workings) https://www.aei.org/podcast/first-workings-alums-on-their-journeys-from-new-york-to-new-beginnings/ (First Workings Mentees' Experience) https://mcnairscholars.com/ (McNair Scholars Program) https://associatesmd.com/staff/wanda-lewis-md/ (Dr. Wanda Lewis) http://psychology.usf.edu/faculty/vphares (Dr. Vicky Phares) https://www.usf.edu/ (University of South Florida) https://sfs.georgetown.edu/ (Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service) https://www.jpmorganchase.com/about/our-history (Chase Manhattan Bank) https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/20/business/david-rockefeller-dead-chase-manhattan-banker.html (David Rockefeller) https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/resources/knowledge/other/commercial-real-estate-lending/ (Real Estate Lending) https://fortune.com/2015/10/16/the-last-days-of-drexel-burnham/ (Drexel Burnham Lambert) https://www.lazard.com/ (Lazard) https://firstworkings.org/team/kevin-davis/ (Kevin Davis) https://www.mountsinai.org/ (Mount Sinai) https://www.mountsinai.org/profiles/eyal-shemesh (Dr. Eyal Shemesh) https://firstworkings.org/students/ (First Workings alumni) https://www.aei.org/research-products/report/minding-our-workforce-the-role-of-noncognitive-skills-in-career-success/ (Noncognitive skills) https://hbr.org/2019/11/the-costs-of-codeswitching (Code-switching) https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210524005673/en/Lazard-and-New-Visions-for-Public-Schools-Launch-Lazard-New-Visions-Academy (Lazard New Visions Academy) https://www.mountsinai.org/about/newsroom/2021/mount-sinais-center-for-scientific-diversity-nonprofit-first-workings-partner-to-connect-underrepresented-high-school-students-to-careers-in-stem (Mount Sinai's Center for Scientific Diversity)

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Raul Villacis, ”Learn the code to build your kingdom”, Author, Motivational Speaker & Founder at The Next Level Experience on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #223

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 32:36


Raul Villacis,"Learn the code to build your kingdom", Author, Motivational Speaker and Founder & CEO at The Next Level Experience shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #223 Raul Villacis is an accomplished author, motivational speaker and CEO of The Next Level Experience. He has coached thousands of people and has helped countless others through his books and podcasts. I was a recent guest on his podcast and am in awe of everything he has accomplished and the passion with which he helps people. More About Raul Villacis: Father, Husband, Best-Selling Author, Life & Business Strategist, Entrepreneur & Investor. Leading High-Level Men Entrepreneurs to The Next Level in every area of their lives. Raul Villacis has started a global wave of male re-empowerment. As an entrepreneur and a man who believes in the power of family, Raul knows the difficulties men face as they try to find balance in being business leaders, family men and role models. He knows what it's like to pursue balance while trying to find strategies to boost life to the next level. His determination and drive are fueled by an overwhelming desire to bring about tangible change. After years of research and personal experience, Raul has developed a unique and powerful approach to help individuals create balance, find purpose and infuse creativity into their lives. His highly successful professional development brand, “The Next Level Experience” focuses on helping entrepreneurs, CEOs and celebrities devise a system to regain the balance in their lives and create success in any economy. Raul is a highly successful entrepreneur with over fourteen years of business experience. As the CEO of minority-owned and operated, ARG Advisors, a real estate firm based in Connecticut and New York, he led the company to consistently market and sell over $100 million per year in distressed real estate. His acumen working with top financial institutions caused the Wall Street Journal to dub ARG as “One of the Nation's Top Real Estate Firms”. Raul can relate to business owners and companies because of his own success keeping ARG strong and profitable through the financial meltdown. Raul has also co-authored books with Steve Forbes and Brian Tracy.  He believes The EDGE stems from having the capacity to execute while others sit on the sidelines and wait. Learn how you can get the EDGE at www.TheNextLevelExperience.com About Michael Valdes: Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.  

#BLACKGIRLNEWS
Marquita Davis - 27 Year Old Hair Boutique Owner & Mom Gone After Celebrating Mother's Day w/ Friends

#BLACKGIRLNEWS

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 6:31


Family members are desperately seeking answers in the shooting death of a 27-year-old mother of four who was fatally shot on Mother's Day in Chicago's North Lawndale community. Marquita Davis was shot in the left armpit at approximately 5 a.m. Sunday in the 1500 block of South Sawyer, according to Chicago police. She drove herself to Mount Sinai Hospital and was later pronounced dead as a result of injuries she sustained. No one has been taken into custody, according to authorities. Chicago police are investigating to determine what exactly led up to the shooting. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leah-gordone/support

Bowel Sounds: The Pediatric GI Podcast
Marla Dubinsky - Pregnancy and Fertility in IBD

Bowel Sounds: The Pediatric GI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 61:50


Drs. Temara Hajjat and Peter Lu talk to Dr. Marla Dubinsky, a professor of pediatrics and a pediatric gastroenterologist at Mount Sinai Hospital. We discuss the approach to fertility and pregnancy in IBD.Learning Objectives1) To identify IBD medications that are safe during pregnancy and lactation 2) To learn the impact of IBD disease activity in pregnancy 3) To learn the impact of IBD surgery on fertility 4) To learn indications and contraindications of breastfeeding for mothers with IBD on medications5) To learn vaccination recommendations for infants born to mothers with IBD Click here to get CME credits:  https://learnonline.naspghan.org/products/bowel-sounds-marla-dubinsky-md-pregnancy-and-fertility-in-ibd-cme-availableAs always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Produced by: Temara Hajjat, MDhttps://learnonline.naspghan.org/products/bowel-sounds-maria-mascarenhas-md-culinary-medicine-cme-availableSupport the show (https://www.naspghan.org/content/87/en/foundation/donateSupport the show

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 156 Part 1: Deconstructing Classical Art for the Modern Era

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 25:35


What you'll learn in this episode:   Why people get so concerned with categorizing art, and why some of the most interesting art is created by crossing those boundaries  How Joy balances running a business while handmaking all of her pieces What noble metals are, and how they allow Joy to play with different colors How Joy's residences in Japan influenced her work How Joy has found a way to rethink classical art and confront its dark history     About Joy BC   Joy BC (Joy Bonfield – Colombara) is an Artist and Goldsmith working predominantly in Noble Metals and bronze. Her works are often challenging pre-existing notions of precious materials and ingrained societal ideals of western female bodies in sculpture. Joy BC plays with mythologies and re-examines the fascination with the ‘Classical'. Joy, a native of London, was profoundly influenced from an early age by the artistry of her parents - her mother, a painter and lithographer, her father, a sculptor. Joy's art education focused intensively on painting, drawing and carving, enhanced by a profound appreciation of art within historical and social contexts. Joy BC received her undergraduate degree from the Glasgow School of Art and her M.A. from the Royal College of Art in London. She has also held two residencies in Japan. The first in Tokyo, working under the tutelage of master craftsmen Sensei (teacher) Ando and Sensei Kagaeyama, experts in Damascus steel and metal casting.  She subsequently was awarded a research fellowship to Japan's oldest school of art, in Kyoto, where she was taught the ancient art of urushi by the renowned craftsmen: Sensei Kuramoto and Sensei Sasai. Whilst at the RCA she was awarded the TF overall excellence prize and the MARZEE International graduate prize. Shortly after her graduation in 2019 her work was exhibited in Japan and at Somerset house in London. In 2021 her work was exhibited in Hong Kong and at ‘Force of Nature' curated by Melanie Grant in partnership with Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery. Joy Bonfield - Colombara is currently working on a piece for the Nelson Atkins Museum in the USA and recently a piece was added to the Alice and Louis Koch Collection in the Swiss National Museum, Zurich.Additional Resources:  Joy's Website Joy's Instagram Photos: Photos available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript:   While others are quick to classify artists by genre or medium, Joy BC avoids confining her work to one category. Making wearable pieces that draw inspiration from classical sculpture, she straddles the line between jeweler and fine artist. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about why she works with noble metals; the exhibition that kickstarted her business; and how she confronts the often-dark history of classical art though her work. Read the episode transcript here.   Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. Here at the Jewelry Journey, we're about all things jewelry. With that in mind, I wanted to let you know about an upcoming jewelry conference, which is “Beyond Boundaries: Jewelry of the Americas.” It's sponsored by the Association for the Study of Jewelry and Related Arts, or, as it's otherwise known, ASJRA. The conference takes place virtually on Saturday and Sunday May 21 and May 22, which is around the corner. For details on the program and the speakers, go to www.jewelryconference.com. Non-members are welcome. I have to say that I attended this conference in person for several years, and it's one of my favorite conferences. It's a real treat to be able to sit in your pajamas or in comfies in your living room and listen to some extraordinary speakers. So, check it out. Register at www.jewelryconference.com. See you there.   This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week. Today, my guest is the award-winning artist and goldsmith Joy Bonfield-Colombara, or as she is known as an artist and jeweler, Joy BC. She is attracted to classical art. She interprets it from her contemporary viewpoint, and her work has been described both as wearable art and as miniature sculptures. We'll learn all about her jewelry journey today. Joy, welcome to the program.   Joy: Thank you for having me, Sharon.   Sharon: So glad to have you all the way from London. Tell us about your jewelry journey. You came from an artistic family.   Joy: Both my parents are artists. My mother is a painter and lithographer, and my father is a sculptor. So, from a really young age, I was drawing and sculpting, and I thought this was quite normal. It was later that I realized my upbringing was perhaps a bit different from some of my friends or my peers.   Sharon: Yes, it's unusual that I hear that. They weren't bankers. Was it always assumed that you were going to be an artist or jeweler?    Joy: Not at all. The fact that my parents were artists, I saw a lot of their struggle to try and place themselves within our society. They both were part of the 1968 revolution. My mom is actually from Italy. She left a tiny, little—not a village, but a small town called Novara which is near Verona and Turin, when she was 16 years old. She came to London and fell in love with London. She went to Goldsmiths School of Art, where she met my father. My father is English, and his ancestors were stonemasons from the Isle of Purbeck. So, they both met at art school, and it was much later that they had me.   As I grew up, they were incredibly talented individuals. They also struggled with how to live and survive from their artwork. As I grew older, however, as much as I loved the creative world I'd grown up in, I was also trying to figure out which pathway was right or was going to be part of my life. I didn't necessarily want to be an artist. For a long time, I wanted to be a marine biologist because I was really good at science, in particular chemistry and biology, and I really loved the ocean. I still love the sea. Swimming is the one sport I'm good at, and I find it fascinating. I still find the sea as a source of inspiration.    So no, it wasn't an absolute given; however, as I got older and went through my education, it became evident to me that was the way I understood the world and the spaces I felt most natural in. I'm also dyslexic. I used to be in special class because I couldn't write very well, but my dyslexia teacher said, “You're smart. You just have a different way of seeing the world.” I was always imaginative. If I couldn't write something, I would draw it or make it, and I liked the feeling that would create when someone else lauded me for it. Immediately, I had this connection with the fact that I could make things that people thought were interesting.    So, I studied science and art and theater, and then I went off to travel to Cuba when I was about 18, before I moved to Glasgow. When I was in Glasgow in Scotland, I saw The Glasgow School of Art degree show, and I was taken aback by the jewelry and metalwork show in particular. I don't know if you know the Rennie Mackintosh School of Art.   Sharon: No.   Joy: It's a British Art Nouveau building. In Scotland, it was part of the Arts and Crafts movement. It was a school that was designed by Rennie Mackintosh. He's a world-famous architect.   Sharon: Is that the one that burned down?   Joy: Yes, that year. I was actually there the year the school burnt down. I went to The Glasgow School of Art and I loved it. I did three amazing years there, and in my second year, I was awarded a residency to go to Japan. We had our degree show and we were preparing for it. The night before the fire, I took all of my works home. I don't know why. I was taking everything home to look at before we had to set up for the exhibition, and the school burnt down. At the same time, I had three major tragedies in my life. My best friend passed away; the school burnt down; and my boyfriend at the time had left me. I went through this total mental breakdown at the point when I was meant to start my career as an artist. I was offered the artist residency in the jewelry and metalworking department.    When Fred died, I was really unwell. A friend of mine had offered that I go to New York. I ended up having a bike accident, which meant that I was in intensive care. I couldn't work for three years. It was actually two friends of my family who were goldsmiths who gave me a space to work when I was really fragile. It was through making again and being with them that I slowly built back my confidence. That was my journey from childhood up right until the formals of education. These three events really broke me, but I also learned that, for me, the space I feel most happy in is a creative one, when I'm carving.   Sharon: Were you in the bike accident in New York or in Glasgow or in London?   Joy: In New York. My friend Jenny, who's a really good friend of mine, was going to New York and said, “I want you to come to New York because you've had the worst set of events happen. I think it would be good for you to have some time away.” I said, “Yeah, I agree,” and I came to New York. I was in Central Park cycling. It wasn't a motorbike. I blacked out. Nobody knows what happened. I woke up the next day in intensive care at Mount Sinai Hospital. I woke up in the hospital, and they told me I had fallen off my bike and I had front lateral brain damage, perforated lungs, perforated liver.   Sharon: Oh my gosh!   Joy: I feel really grateful that I'm here.   Sharon: Yes. To back up a minute, what was the switch from marine biology? I understand you were dyslexic, but what made you decide you were going to be a jeweler or an artist? What was the catalyst there?   Joy: I don't think there was ever a specific switch. I feel like art has always been a part of my life. It was always going to be that. I was always going to draw and make. I was also encouraged to do sculpture. I remember trying set design, because I thought that married my love of film and storytelling and theater with my ability to draw and sculpt. I thought, “Theater, that's a realm that perhaps would work well.” Then I went and did a set design course. The fact that they destroyed all my tiny, little things, because they have to take them apart to take the measurements for how big certain props or things have to be, drove me mad. I couldn't deal that I'd spend hours on these things to be taken apart.    I think it was probably the exhibition I went to see at The Glasgow School of Art. When I saw the show, I was really taken aback that all the pieces had been handmade. They were, to me, miniature sculpture. I hadn't considered that jewelry could be this other type of art. Seeing these works, I thought, “Wow! This is really interesting, and I think there's much more scope to explore within this medium.” I think that was the moment of change that made it for me.   Sharon: What is it about sculpture, whether it's large or jewelry-size, that attracts you? Why that? Is it the feeling of working with your hands?   Joy: I think it's a combination of things, partly because my father's a sculptor. I remember watching him sculpt, and his ancestors were stonemasons. They were quarriers from the Isle of Purbeck dating back to the 12th century. I remember going to the quarries with my dad and thinking how amazing it was that this material was excavated from the earth. Then my father introduced me to sculpture. A lot of West African sculpture, Benin Bronzes, modern sculpture by Alexander Calder. Michelangelo and classical sculpture was all around me in Italy when we'd go and visit my grandparents.    I think sculpture has always been something I found interesting and also felt natural or felt like something I had a calling towards. My mom has always said I have this ability with three-dimensional objects. Even as a child, when I would draw, I would often draw in 3D. I do still draw a lot, but I often collage or sculpt to work out something. You often draw with jewelry designs, actual drawings in the traditional sense, but I go between all different mediums to find that perfect form I'm looking for.   Sharon: When you were attracted to this jewelry in Glasgow, did it jump out at you as miniature sculpture?   Joy: Yeah, definitely. Looking at it, I saw it as miniature versions of sculpture. I also find artists such as Rebecca Horn interesting in the way that they're often about performance or extensions of the body. Even Leigh Bowery, who worked with Michael Clark, was creating physical artworks with ballet. These interactions with the body I think are really interesting: living sculpture, how those things pass over. I don't really like categorizing different art forms. I think they can cross over in so many different ways. We have this obsession about categorizing different ways or disciplines. I understand why we do that, but I think it's interesting where things start to cross over into different boundaries.   Sharon: That's interesting. That's what humans do: we categorize. We can spend days arguing over what's art, what's fine art, what's art jewelry. Yes, there's gray. There are no boundaries; there's gray in between.    Tell us about your business. Is that something your folks talked to you about, like “Go be an artist, but make sure you can make a living at it”? Tell us about your business and how you make a living.   Joy: I felt my parents were going to support me in whatever decisions I made. My mom ran away from Italy when she was 17, and she always told me that she said when she was leaving, “You have to live your life, because no one else will live it for you.” She's always had the attitude with me. Whatever direction I wanted to go in, I felt supported. I've always thought that if you work really hard at something or you put in the hours and you're passionate about it, then things will grow from that. Every experience I've had has influenced the next thing. I never see something as a linear plan of exactly how I'm going to reach or achieve certain things. I'm still very much learning and at the beginning of it. I only graduated in 2019 from the Royal College of Art doing my master's.    As I mentioned before, these two goldsmiths had given me an informal apprenticeship, basically. They were two working goldsmiths that had a studio, and they had been practicing for around 40 years. They had given me a space to work on this skill. Even though I studied a B.A. at The Glasgow School of Art, which is a mixture of practical and theoretical, I felt that after going to Japan and working with a samurai sword specialist making Damascus steel—it took him 25 years to get to the point where he was considered a master craftsman, this master in his craft. I felt like I had just started, even though my education in making had started from birth because my parents were artists and exposed me to all these things and encouraged me to make.    Within metalworking and jewelry work, there are so many techniques and so many things you need to take years to refine. Really, it's been like 11 years of education: doing a B.A., then doing an informal apprenticeship, then doing my master's. Only now do I feel like I've really found this confidence in my own voice within my work. Now I see the reaction from people, and I can help facilitate people on their journeys. I really enjoy that aspect of what I'm doing.    I'm still trying to figure out certain ways of running a business because it's only me. My uncle runs a successful business in Italy in paper distribution, and he said to me, “Why don't you expand or mass produce your work or have different ways of doing things?” This is where I find he doesn't necessarily understand me as an artist. For me, it's about process and handmaking everything. Perhaps that might not be the way I make the most money, but it's the way in which I want to live my life and how I enjoy existing. My business at the moment is just me handmaking everything from start to finish. What's really helped me recently is having support from the journalist Melanie Grant, who invited me to be part of an exhibition with Elisabetta Cipriani. It was with artists such as Frank Stella, Penone, who's one of my favorites from the Arte Povera movement who also came northern Italy, from an area where my family is from.    Sharon: I'm sorry; I missed who that was. Who's one of your favorites?    Joy: Penone. He's the youngest of the Arte Povera movement in Italy that came out of Turin. He often looks at nature and man's relationship to nature, the influence of it or connection. The piece of his that was on display was a necklace which was part of a tree that wraps around the décolletage. Then it has a section which is sort of like an elongated triangle, but it was the pattern of the skin from his palm. It's very beautiful. His sculpture, his large pieces, are often trees forming into hands or sections of wood that have been carved to look like trees, but they're carved. There's also Wallace Chan, who is obviously in fine jewelry. Art jewelry is considered—I don't know what to say—   Sharon: That's somebody who has a different budget, a different wallet. Not that your stuff isn't nice, but the gems in his things, wow.    Joy: There was Grima, Penone, Frank Stella. It was a combination of people who are considered more famously visual artists than fine jewelers. Then there was me, who was this completely new person in the art jewelry scene. I felt really honored that Melanie had asked me to put my work forward. I've always known what my work is to me. I see is as wearable artwork. But there was the aspect of, “What do other people see in it? How are they going to engage in this?” The feedback was absolutely incredible.    Since then, the work and the business have been doing so well. I have a bookkeeper now. The one person I employ is an amazing woman called Claire. She has been really helping me understand how my business is working and the numbers. However talented you are, if you don't understand how your business is working, then you're set up to fail. It's really difficult to continue to stay true to my principles and how I want to make, and to try to understand how I'm going to be able to do that, what it's going to take. I'm right at the beginning of it. I'm only in my first two years of my business. At the moment, from speaking to Claire, she was saying I'm doing well. I feel really supported by my gallery also, and that's the big part of it. I think that's going to make the difference.   Sharon: Wow! You do have a lot of support. No matter how talented you are, you do have to know how much things cost, whether you're making by hand or mass-producing them. I've always wanted to stick my head in the sand with that, but yes, you do need to know that.    I didn't realize there were so many artists at the exhibit. I knew you had this exhibit at Elisabetta Cipriani's gallery, but I didn't realize there were so many artists there. That must have been so exciting for you.   Joy: It was super exciting, and it was really interesting. Melanie has just written this book, “Coveted,” which is looking at whether fine jewelry can ever be considered as an art form. That's a conversation I'm sure you've had many a time in these podcasts, about classification. It's what we were talking about before, about how everything becomes departmentalized. Where is that crossover? How does it work? If people say to you, “I'm a jeweler” or “I'm an artist,” you'll have a different idea immediately of what that means.    It was hard to present an exhibition which was a combination of different work with the interesting theme of “force of nature,” just as we were coming out of lockdown. These are artists who've all been working away, and we got to do a real, in-person exhibition that people could attend and see and touch. One of the most magnificent things with jewelry is the intimate relationship you have with it, being able to touch it, feel it, that sensory aspect. I think in this day and age, we have a huge emphasis on the visual. We're bombarded with visual language, when the tactile and touching is the first thing we learn with. To be able to touch something is really to understand it.   Sharon: I'm not sure I 100% agree with that philosophy. I have jewelry buddies who say they have to hold the piece and feel it. I guess with everything available online, I don't know.   Joy: Diversity depends on what your own way of experiencing things is. Also, the way you look at something will be informed by the way you touched it. Yes, we are all looking at things big picture. We know it's made of wood or metal or ceramic. We can imagine what that sensation is. Of course, imagination also influences the ability to understand something, so they work together. I think it just adds different dimensions. It's the same with music. Sound is another sensory way in which we experience things. Music often moves me and helps me relax in ways that other art forms don't do.   Sharon: Right.  

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Michael Valdes, “5 Steps To a Deal”, Host of The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind & President, eXp Global at eXp Realty shares his expertise on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast #222

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 27:19


Michael Valdes, “5 Steps To a Deal”, Host of The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind & President, eXp Global at eXp Realty shares his expertise on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast #222 Michael takes this episode to respond to several questions from the "Ask Michael" series. About Michael Valdes: Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Albie Stasek, ”Burn The Boats”, Real Estate Advisor & Coach, shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #221

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 35:10


Albie Stasek, "Burn The Boats", Real Estate Advisor & Coach, shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #221 About Albie Stasek: Albie Stasek is one of the most sought-after coaches in our industry. He is also one of the top real estate professionals in Ohio. He has motivated and trained thousands of agents, and he was very gracious in sharing some of his insight with me. Al is also a very philanthropic individual, and it's a privilege to call him a friend. About Michael Valdes: Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.

92Y Talks
Lessons from the Front Lines of the Pandemic

92Y Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 58:14


In this episode of 92Y Talks, join health care journalist Deborah Schupack for a behind-the-scenes look at how New York City's Mount Sinai Health System and its Icahn School of Medicine mobilized to save lives and decipher the coronavirus. Panelists include David Reich, MD, President, The Mount Sinai Hospital and Mount Sinai Queens; Florian Krammer, PhD, Professor, Microbiology and Vaccinology; and Jessica Montanaro, MSN, RN, Assistant Nursing Care Coordinator. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y's online talks series on March 29, 2022.

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Jay & Ashley Nelson, ”Results are a compound effect of great action”, Real Estate Advisors & Team Leaders at eXp Realty on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #220

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 38:30


Jay & Ashley Nelson, "Results are a compound effect of great action", Real Estate Advisors & Team Leaders at eXp Realty, shares their story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #220 Jay & Ashley Nelson have decades of real estate experience between them. The Nelsons were ReMax owners, and Ashley's family owned a Century 21 franchise when she was growing up. The passion and deviation they feel for the agents in their organization are heartfelt. They genuinely want their success before everything else, and it shows. The lessons they learned throughout their career are powerful, and they candidly share their story in this interview. More About Jay & Ashley Nelson: Nashville's Jay and Ashley Nelson knew the good, the bad and the ugly of being broker-owners. The Nelson's owned a RE/MAX franchise and Ashley's grandparents owned a Century 21 franchise, so they were deeply knowledgeable. When a friend, who was a brand-new agent, insisted they watch a video on eXp Realty, Jay told him, “We love you, but there is nothing you can show me in real estate that I probably haven't already wasted a million dollars on.”  Somehow, Jay and Ashley relented, watched the video and were stunned.  “We paused the video halfway through and said to each other, ‘We are leaving RE/MAX and doing this!' We filled the application out that very night,” said Ashley. “We were able to come to such a quick decision because eXp Realty solved the challenges of owning our own brokerage and allowed us to do all of the things we love about owning our own brokerage and be able to do it on a global scale!” The couple joined eXp in May 2017.  Jay and Ashley reconnected as adults in Nashville where Jay was an aspiring country singer and Ashley a business director with the Paul Mitchell Schools brand. They got into real estate in 1999 with a small mom-and-pop agency, learning the ropes. And still, to this day, are actively selling real estate. “We just love it,” said Jay. “People get sick of it because they don't make it part of who they are. If you care about the process and the people, it's very inspiring. It's a big deal for people to buy a house. Everyone is different, but it is rewarding when you come across someone who is appreciative. When we are selling houses, the client is our friend and stays our friend.” Like many real estate professionals, the 2008 housing crash hurt them badly. “I had 122 townhomes in default. I went down pretty hard,” said Jay. “I learned a lot. I learned what I won't do again. But I believe you're never failing, you're just learning.” Ashley agreed. “You define yourself when you're on the bottom and on the top.  How are you going to behave in both situations?” The two weathered the storm and have reached a comfortable lifestyle, selling real estate, coaching agents, and enjoying their five adult children and first grandchild.  Learn more about Jay and Ashley Nelson: Years in real estate: Since 1999 Gross sales and transactions in 2020: $17.5 million on 45 transactions. Brokerage history (in order of most recent to oldest): eXp Realty (May 2017-current) RE/MAX (2004-May 2017)  The Realty Association (1999-2004)  Main territory: Nashville, Tennessee and surrounding counties Number of people on team: We are individual agents with a full-time assistant.  Accolades, accomplishments & awards: RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award 4X eXp Realty ICON Agent About Michael Valdes: Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.  

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast
E119 Patricia Sylla on taTME, surgical innovation, and SAGES presidency

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 53:57


Dr. Pat Sylla (https://twitter.com/patsyllamd?s=20&t=_w5QG96wjQE-0ttVJJaUmw) is a minimally invasive and colorectal surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. She is a world famous innovator and was the first surgeon in the world to perform a transanal total mesorectal excision for rectal cancer. We caught up with her in-person (!) at the recent Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) annual meeting. Shout out to SAGES for putting on a great conference! Links: 1. Pat Sylla talk on Truths, Half-Truths, Fake News about taTME https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahWOaKa5WeQ 2. Sylla P, Rattner DW, Delgado S et al. NOTES transanal rectal cancer resection using transanal endoscopic microsurgery and laparoscopic assistance. Surg Endosc 2010;24:1205–10. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20186432/ 3. Urethral Injury and Other Urologic Injuries During Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision: An International Collaborative Study. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31567502/ 4. Consensus on structured training curriculum for transanal total mesorectal excision (TaTME). https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28462478/ 5. SAGES 2022 Presidential Address with Dr. Liane Feldman: https://vimeo.com/showcase/9362041/video/689727749 6. SAGES 2022 Gerald Mark Lecture by KMarie King: https://vimeo.com/showcase/9362041/video/689071108 7. SAGES 2022 General Session on Worldwide Variation in TME. Dr. Sylla is one of the panelists: https://vimeo.com/showcase/9362041/video/689468095 Bio (from https://www.mountsinai.org/profiles/patricia-sylla) Dr. Sylla has been a leader in developing minimally invasive approaches to the surgical treatment of colon and rectal cancer. She joins Mount Sinai from Massachusetts General Hospital, where she practiced for seven years within the Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery and was an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School. While there, Dr. Sylla developed a research and clinical program using Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES). NOTES represents an innovative approach to transanal surgery, which may allow for faster recovery and fewer operative complications. In 2009, Dr. Sylla performed the first-ever rectal cancer surgery on a human using this approach. She has since extended this in a pilot study and is helping train surgeons in this technique. Dr. Sylla's clinical interests include laparoscopic and robotic surgery for colon and rectal cancer, diverticulitis, rectal prolapse, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM), and treatment of benign anorectal disorders. Dr. Sylla received a Bachelor of Science degree Cum Laude in Biology from Georgetown University. She earned a Doctor of Medicine from Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Sylla completed residency training in Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center. Subsequently, she completed two fellowship training programs; Colon & Rectal Surgery at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. Furthermore, Dr. Sylla has is highly trained and experienced in treating rectal prolapse and performing transanal endoscopic surgery.

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Michael Valdes, ”Your word will be your reputation”, Host of GLREM & President at eXp Global. In this episode I answer the questions that I've ask my guests in the past #219

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 15:45


Michael Valdes, "Your word will be your reputation", Host of The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind & President, eXp Global at eXp Realty. In this episode I answer the questions that I've ask my guests in the past on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast #219. I have had the amazing privilege of interviewing friends of mine around the world who are incredible leaders in the industry. I've been asked over and over again to answer the questions that I ask my guests, so here we go! About Michael Valdes: Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Elias Astuto, ”Speak to Add Value”, Head of Fast Real Estate, powered by eXp, shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #218

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 25:22


Elias Astuto, "Speak to Add Value", Head of Fast Real Estate, powered by eXp, shares his story on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #218 Elias Astuto, Head of Fast Real Estate, powered by eXp in Northern California. An accomplished leader in our industry he is a sought-after coach and public speaker. He has dedicated himself to the pursuit of helping others achieve their excellence.  More About Elias Astuto:  In the recent years, Elias has poured his energy, time, focus, and attention into the real estate industry. Prior to taking on the role with EXP and #TEAMFAST, Elias was the East Bay Sales Manager for the Bay Area, tech centered, indie Brokerage, Climb Real Estate. Elias played a vital role is building culture, and growing the Oakland and Contra Costa offices. Prior to his role at Climb Real Estate, he was the Greater Bay Area District Manager for Coldwell Banker Powered By ZIP. For multiple years, Elias' team was a nationwide leader. Elias boast a rich history of client advocacy. Over the years, he has developed a true understanding of the communication process. He prides himself in being skilled negotiator for his clients. His transparency, and attention to detail, allow clients to feel at ease and trust that he has their best intentions at heart. Elias pours his passion and energy into every client he deals with because he believes they truly deserve it.  About Michael Valdes:  Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.  

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast
Shaun Patrickus, ”Think Big!”, President at Success Lending, shares his experience on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #217

Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 24:26


Shaun Patrickus, "Think Big!", President at Success Lending, shares his experience on Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind with Michael Valdes Podcast #217 Shaun Patrickus, President of Success Lending, shares with us his experience and lessons from 25 years in the lending business. He is very bullish about the market, and he shares some special lessons he learned from his father and others who have greatly influenced him. More About Shaun Patrickus:  Accomplished sales and operations management executive with significant experience in all aspects of managing national call centers and multi site locations in the mortgage and insurance industries. Established a reputation for exceeding goals in the areas of profit, productivity, and quality deliverance. Proven expertise in motivating and developing managers to perform in critical situations while being a fair and objective team builder. Key strengths in strategic planning and implementation of business practices, and corporate culture across the organizational structure. About Michael Valdes:  Michael Valdes is the President of eXp Global. He is currently the only Latino President of a publicly traded real estate company in the country (Nasdaq: EXPI). In his first year of joining, he has led a team that has opened 12 countries in 12 months without ever getting on a plane which is a feat that has never been done in the industry. This model has successfully touched the lives of thousands of people across the globe and given them an opportunity to change their lives. Michael was the former Senior Vice President of Global Servicing for Realogy Corporation. In that role he oversaw the international servicing platform for all Realogy brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Better Homes & Garden, Corcoran, Climb and Sotheby's International Realty in 113 countries. He had been with Realogy in a variety of roles for 15 years. Prior to that, Mr. Valdes was Director of Private Banking at Deutsche Bank for a decade where he oversaw a book of business of just under $1 billion. He has the distinction of being the first Director in the United States of Latino descent. Mr. Valdes is the Chair of the AREAA Global Advisory Board and co-host of the 2020 AREAA Global Luxury Summit. He is also a current member of the NAHREP Corporate Board of Governors. Additionally, he is a the Executive Chair of eXp Latino and former member of the Realogy Diversity Board as well as the Executive Chair of the ONE VOZ, Hispanic ERG. He is a former Board Member of Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach as well as the Shanti Organization in San Francisco. Michael was also a Board Member of Pink & Blue for 2, an organization started by Olivia Newton-John to promote breast and prostate cancer awareness. Michael is also the host of "The Global Luxury Real Estate Mastermind" podcast which focuses on interviewing global leaders in the industry. It is currently distributed in over 90 countries and has over 10 million impressions. He is also a current member of the Forbes Real Estate Advisory Council. He currently resides in New York City and has a home in Miami.  

Portable Practical Pediatrics
Dr. M's Women and Children First Podcast #17 – Dr. Larry Rosen – Children and a Pandemic

Portable Practical Pediatrics

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 59:49


This week, I sit down with Integrative Pediatrician Dr. Larry Rosen as we dive into the world of children post Covid. What is happening to them and what do we need to do to right the ship? Dr. Rosen is the founder of the Whole Child Center in New Jersey. He is the co-author of “Treatment Alternatives for Children,” an evidence-informed guide for parents interested in natural solutions for common childhood ailments. He graduated from New York Medical College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He then completed his residency and chief residency in pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Additionally, he is a founding member and former Chair of the AAP Section on Integrative Medicine, and he received the AAP's Pioneer in Integrative Medicine award in 2015. He serves as Senior Advisor and Chair of the Health Advisory Board for WholeHealthED, a nonprofit devoted to bringing whole health learning to U.S. schools. Larry is an exceptional human, a thoughtful person and finally a teacher and leader in the healing space of children nationally. I hope that you enjoy my conversation with Dr. Larry Rosen, Dr. M

Roads Taken
Raising Good Humans: Aliza Pressman on taking on a role and getting the tools to embody it

Roads Taken

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 25:04


Guest Aliza Pressman went to college wanting to develop a side of herself beyond her natural artistic side. Although she did have a range of experiences while there, she ended up combining her interests in art history, English literature, and drama and exploring the human condition throughout it all. Not wanting the experience to end with graduation, she and some friends started a theater company in New York. After a few years, when she saw that other people had deeper drive and talent than she was mustering, she found other ways to make connection, namely working with kids in theater arts. But when someone mentioned a psychology program to her, things changed.She eventually found another route to answering the question of what makes us who we are: Developmental psychology. Initially drawn to teens and adolescence, she made a turn to infants and ultimately realized that so much of the environment of a child's development has to do with parenting. She then made it her mission to translate the academic research on parenting and human development to the people who need it the most: Parents.In this episode, find out from Aliza how taking on a role and having the tools to embody it can be two different things…on today's Roads Taken with me, Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestAliza Pressman, known nationally as Dr. Aliza, is a developmental psychologist with decades' experience working with families. She received a masters in Risk, Resilience and Prevention from the Department of Human Development at Teacher's College and her PhD in developmental psychology from Columbia and is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of Behavioral Health Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. After co-founding SeedlingsGroup and the Mount Sinai Parenting Center (the former with fellow classmate Blair Seidler Hammond) she began the Raising Good Humans Podcast. Featuring other psychologists and national parenting authorities, as well as such notable parents as Drew Barrymore, Jessica Alba, and Jennifer Garner, her podcast conversations sprinkle in the latest academic research on child development and deliver it directly to parents.  Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com

PsychEd: educational psychiatry podcast
PsychEd Episode 42: Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) with Dr. Paula Ravitz

PsychEd: educational psychiatry podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 78:08


Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. This episode covers interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) with Dr. Paula Ravitz, an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and Senior Clinician-Scientist at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute of Mt Sinai Hospital. Dr. Ravitz held the Morgan Firestone Psychotherapy Chair at the Mount Sinai Hospital from 2011 to 2021 and is a past president of the International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy. The learning objectives for this episode are as follows:   By the end of this episode, you should be able to… Define interpersonal psychotherapy Describe the core principles and phases of IPT Become familiarized with some psychological theories underpinning IPT List some patient selection considerations for IPT Describe the efficacy and evidence base for IPT  Understand how IPT is practically carried  out  Briefly compare and contrast IPT to other common psychotherapies   Guest: Dr. Paula Ravitz (paula.ravitz@sinaihealthsystem.ca)   Hosts: Jake Johnston and Sena Gok   Audio editing by: Jake Johnston   Show notes by: Jake Johnston   Interview Content: Introduction - 00:00 Learning objectives - 02:10 Definition/overview of IPT - 02:53 Core principles and phases - 07:20 Psychological theories - 19:30 Patient selection considerations - 24:42 Contraindications - 35:57 Evidence base and history - 38:10 Practical components of IPT - 43:57 Maintenance IPT - 59:52 IPT vs other psychotherapies - 62:56  Closing comments - 71:17 Online IPT course - 74:30   Resources: Summary of IPT written in layman's terms: https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/mental-illness-and-addiction-index/interpersonal-psychotherapy The International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT) has a helpful overview of IPT and helpful resources for finding more information and IPT training opportunities: https://interpersonalpsychotherapy.org/ ‘Psychotherapy Essentials to Go' book series mentioned during episode:  https://www.penguinrandomhouse.ca/series/CNL/psychotherapy-essentials-to-go Course for learning IPT mentioned at the end of the episode (email Dr. Ravitz at Paula.Ravitz@sinaihealth.ca to inquire about access): www.learnipt.com     References: Bernecker, S. L., Coyne, A. E., Constantino, M. J., & Ravitz, P. (2017). For whom does interpersonal psychotherapy work? A systematic review. Clinical psychology review, 56, 82–93. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2017.07.001 Chaimowitz, G., Weerasekera, P., & Ravitz, P. (2021). Psychotherapy in Psychiatry. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 66(11), 999–1004. https://doi.org/10.1177/07067437211040958 Cuijpers, P., Donker, T., Weissman, M. M., Ravitz, P., & Cristea, I. A. (2016). Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Mental Health Problems: A Comprehensive Meta-Analysis. The American journal of psychiatry, 173(7), 680–687. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ajp.2015.15091141  Dennis, C. L., Grigoriadis, S., Zupancic, J., Kiss, A., & Ravitz, P. (2020). Telephone-based nurse-delivered interpersonal psychotherapy for postpartum depression: nationwide randomised controlled trial. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science, 216(4), 189–196. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.2019.275  Elkin, I., Shea, M. T., Watkins, J. T., Imber, S. D., Sotsky, S. M., Collins, J. F., Glass, D. R., Pilkonis, P. A., Leber, W. R., & Docherty, J. P. (1989). National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program. General effectiveness of treatments. Archives of general psychiatry, 46(11), 971–983. https://doi.org/10.1001/archpsyc.1989.01810110013002 Klerman, G. L., Dimascio, A., Weissman, M., Prusoff, B., & Paykel, E. S. (1974). Treatment of depression by drugs and psychotherapy. The American journal of psychiatry, 131(2), 186–191. https://doi.org/10.1176/ajp.131.2.186  MacQueen, G. M., Frey, B. N., Ismail, Z., Jaworska, N., Steiner, M., Lieshout, R. J., Kennedy, S. H., Lam, R. W., Milev, R. V., Parikh, S. V., Ravindran, A. V., & CANMAT Depression Work Group (2016). Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT) 2016 Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Adults with Major Depressive Disorder: Section 6. Special Populations: Youth, Women, and the Elderly. Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie, 61(9), 588–603. https://doi.org/10.1177/0706743716659276 Parikh, S. V., Quilty, L. C., Ravitz, P., Rosenbluth, M., Pavlova, B., Grigoriadis, S., Velyvis, V., Kennedy, S. H., Lam, R. W., MacQueen, G. M., Milev, R. V., Ravindran, A. V., Uher, R., & CANMAT Depression Work Group (2016). Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT) 2016 Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Adults with Major Depressive Disorder: Section 2. Psychological Treatments. Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie, 61(9), 524–539. https://doi.org/10.1177/0706743716659418 Ravitz, P., & Watson, P. (2014). Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Healing with a Relational Focus. FOCUS, 12(3), 275-284. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.focus.12.3.275 Ravitz, P., Watson, P., Lawson, A., Constantino, M. J., Bernecker, S., Park, J., & Swartz, H. A. (2019). Interpersonal Psychotherapy: A Scoping Review and Historical Perspective (1974-2017). Harvard review of psychiatry, 27(3), 165–180. https://doi.org/10.1097/HRP.0000000000000219 Swartz, H. (2021). Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for depressed adults: Indications, theoretical foundation, general concepts, and efficacy. UpToDate. Accessed 2021-10-12.   CPA Note: The views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the Canadian Psychiatric Association.   For more PsychEd, follow us on Twitter (@psychedpodcast), Facebook (PsychEd Podcast), and Instagram (@psyched.podcast). You can provide feedback by email at psychedpodcast@gmail.com. For more information, visit our website at psychedpodcast.org.