Where is Manon's vagina? No really. She's at the point in her pregnancy where she can no longer see it… so we're manifesting an easy birth for her. We're going to dive into the impact of hypnosis on her life, the challenge of embracing positive beliefs, and the nuances of navigating relationships through sobriety and recovery. Also, surprise- I'm seeing someone again… Finding Laura Clery: Website: thelauraclerypodcast.com Read/Listen: Idiot & Idiots Checkout our new Kids Show: Pammy's World TikTok & Youtube & Facebook: @Laura Clery Instagram: @lauraclery Episode Breakdown: -00:00 Affirmation time with Manon Mathews -1:10 Sexual chemistry -1:30 Guess who the fuck is back -3:44 Using impressions to process life -4:24 A spelling lesson -6:47 Pregnancy brain -9:12 My life is forever changed now -9:30 Hypnotherapy changed Manon's life -13:24 Why are you upset over a yawn? Is it rude? -15:20 Big boobs, no bra -18:00 The 12 step program -23:10 Comment your experiences in recovery -27:38 AG1 is my favorite supplement, it's completely vegan and helps with my gut health and energy levels. If you order at drinkag1.com/idiot you'll get five FREE travel packs and a year supply of immune supporting vitamin D. -30:29 Neuro-linguistic programming -38:00 Manon tried alcohol again -41:00 S.L.A.A (sex and love addiction) -43:40 Who I'm seeing! -49:00 What everyone needs in their relationships -54:00 Happy Birthday Manon -57:00 Role play -1:00:00 Affirmations, all together now -1:03:00 Rock middle, not rock bottom -1:09:00 Comment your own self limiting belief -1:12:00 I'm going on my first LIVE on tour starting January 2024 visit x1entertainment.com/lauraclery
How do we manage a patient who is having an acute stroke? seizures? How does our anesthetic management change for a patient who has had a traumatic spinal cord injury? We dive into all of these questions and more on this episode. We also discuss congenital anomalies and how they might affect our choice of anesthetic technique. Support the showTo access all of our content, download the CORE Anesthesia App available here on the App Store and here on Google Play. Want to connect? Check out our instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
From my personal encounters with teaching empathy to my six and eight-year-old to sparking young minds' curiosity for neuroscience, this episode has a lot to offer. I'll share how a Nintendo dispute became a perfect opportunity to teach my kids the power of perspective taking in arguments and the crucial role of empathy in conflict resolution. It's a lesson that goes beyond parenthood – it's fundamentally about understanding and communicating with each other. The importance of parental mental health is often underappreciated, and that's what we'll be delving into in the later half of our episode. As a community, we ought to acknowledge the emotional and mental toll parenting can take and work together to provide the support needed. I encourage you to help us understand better what parents need to maintain their mental and emotional wellbeing by providing your input. Let's wrap up the week with a meaningful discussion about empathy, perspective, and mental health. Here's to a positive end to the week and a wonderful week ahead!Please take 3-5 min to fill in this form on parental well-being. I am going to use it to apply for a research grant to study the impact of Curious Neuron!https://forms.gle/ZwPUiDTjoPxjXd5d6Please leave a rating for our podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! You can listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Let me know if you rate the podcast and I will send you a FREE Emotions Moutain PDF to help your child regulate their emotions. Email me at email@example.comTHANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! Get some discounts using the links belowThank you to our supporter the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute at The Neuro. The Neuro is the first health sciences institution in the world to commit to Open Science, an approach to research that ensures scientific knowledge is shared widely and transparently. Pok Pok is a collection of digital toys that spark creativity and learningthrough open-ended play. Click on the link below to get 50% off an entire year of this amazing open-ended play app for kids!https://playpokpok.com/redeem/?code=50CURIOUSNEURON BetterHelp is the world's largest therapy service, and it's 100% online. With BetterHelp, you get the same professionalism and quality you expect from in-office therapy, but with access to a huge network of therapists, more scheduling flexibility, and a more affordable price. Click the link below to get 15% off the first month of therapy http://www.betterhelp.com/curiousneuron Holstee Inspira...
Today, Dan and Stephanie will discuss Stress and how it manifests in the NeuroDiverse Christian Couple (NDCC). We will talk through points from the Equipping Tools Called Stress by author June Hunt of Hope for the Heart.
On today's episode, I chat with Meg Martinez and Candice Christiansen who wrote a chapter in Altogether Us entitled, "Embodying IFS with Neurodivergent Clients: A Neuro-inclusive approach for therapists." Candice Christiansen is an adult-diagnosed Autistic female and licensed clinician with 20 years experience specializing in working with Neurodivergent older teens and adults. As the Founder and Clinical Director of Namaste Center For Healing In Salt Lake City, Utah, Candice uses IFS along with her and Meg's Neuro-Inclusive Approach to IFS with all their clients. Meg Martinez-Dettamanti is a licensed clinician, IFS therapist, and Chief Program Officer at Namaste Center For Healing, where she has worked closely with Candice for nearly a decade. Meg has a Neurodifferent family and has been an advocate for Neurodifferent individuals and other marginalized populations throughout her career. Meg uses IFS along with her and Candice's Neuro-Inclusive Approach to IFS with all their clients. We talk about: - Candice and Meg's stories - What neuro- difference means (and why they do not use the term 'divergent') - Hardware- it is NOT PARTS - Asking about and being aware of Neuro- Culture - Goal 1: Use curiosity with Neurodifferent clients around their sensory, learning, and internal system needs. - Goal 2: Access Self-energy to navigate a client's need for safety if microaggressions occur. - Goal 3: Explore therapist's individual, legacy, and cultural burdens related to implicit bias, judgment, and stereotypes against Neurodifferent individuals. - Goal 4: Creatively implement IFS mapping exercises with Neurodifferent clients to flesh out Neurodifferent traits vs. client parts Find out more about Meg and Candice here: Namasté Center For Healing (namasteadvice.com) Enjoy! ---- Follow Tammy on Instagram @ifstammy here Tammy Sollenberger (@ifs.tammy) • Instagram photos and videos and on Facebook at The One Inside with Tammy Sollenberger here The One Inside: Internal Family Systems with Tammy Sollenberger | Facebook. ----- Are you new to IFS or want a simple way to get to know yourself? Tammy's book, "The One Inside: Thirty Days to your Authentic Self" is a PERFECT place to start. You can purchase it here: The One Inside: 30 Days To Your Authentic Self: Sollenberger, Tammy: 9780967688756: Amazon.com: Books or wherever books are sold. Sign up for Tammy's email list and get a free "Get to know a Should part of you" meditation on her website: Home - Tammy Sollenberger ----- Tammy is grateful for Jack Reardon who created music for the podcast. Jack is a graduate of Derek Scott's IFS Stepping Stones Program. You can follow Jack at bonzemusic on Instagram.
Robby Ellis is truly a 'movement specialist' and he does amazing work with people of all ages. I happened to come across his page on Instagram, because I follow a fighter he works with, Alan Belcher! In this episode you're going to learn SO MUCH about Robby and what he's teaching people. Not only do we get to hear about his athletic background in sports (which includes college football) but we get to pick his brain on a variety of topics. There's some great conversation regarding weight lifting (traditional) and whether or not it directly translates to the sports in which we're competing in. As well as the overall discussion of the 'linear' training and linear neuro patterns we create from repetitive training this way! Super insightful interview coming your way today on this one!! I would HIGHLY encourage you to checkout Robby's page. I personally have implemented some of his mobility training when I am warming up for workouts now, all because I enjoyed what he was sharing and I can tell you right now, it's worked for me! So I want you to take a look into his page and see what he's about! Instagram: @movement_doc - https://www.instagram.com/p/Cwy0PpXNabw/ From his page you can get access to what else he's providing so tap in! Thankful for Robby joining the show and sharing his knowledge with my audience! If you enjoy this interview, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and/or Spotify so we can spread this message to more and more people! __________________ Come follow The Gametime Guru on the various social media platforms! Facebook: The Gametime Guru Twitter: @thegametimeguru Instagram: @gametimeguru TikTok: @thegametimeguru __________________________ Make sure to snag your GTG Freedom T-Shirts TODAY!! - www.thegametimeguru.com/freedom
A brain aneurysm is also called a cerebral aneurysm or an intracranial aneurysm and refers to the same diagnosis. Muscular-walled tubes blood vessels called arteries are part of our circulation system. These tubes are how blood is conveyed from the heart to the brain, carrying oxygen and nutrients to support the brain and its functions. A diagnosis of a brain aneurysm means that a bulging, weak area exists in the wall of one of the arteries that supplies blood to the brain.Sandra Narayanan, MD, FAHA, FANA, FSVIN, FAAN, is board-certified in neurology and vascular neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and CAST (Committee on Advanced Subspecialty Training)-certified in neuroendovascular surgery. She is a vascular neurologist and neurointerventional surgeon at Pacific Stroke & Neurovascular Center, Pacific Neuroscience Institute. She is director of the neurointerventional program and co-director of the stroke program at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank.
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This week I have a very special guest on the show, Kymber Maulden. Kymber and I discuss: Who Kymber is and what she does What neuro somatic means Why Kymber has chosen to work specifically with women How our nervous system ties in with nutritional healing How to start when trying to get out of a survival state Making changes that build up over time What trauma is classified as Disassociation and disconnection to your body Balance and boundaries for healthy client/practitioner relationships The 4 key factors when choosing foods for nutrition Kymber's thoughts on fasting and time restricted eating Being down-regulated One piece of advice from Kymber for listeners More about Kymber: Kymber Maulden integrates somatic parts-work, attachment coaching, NARM principles for addressing complex developmental trauma, and applied neurology into her private nutrition work to offer women a well-rounded and deep set of tools for addressing their long-term self-healing needs. Kymber's ardent curiosity about the relationship between nutrition and somatic healing has been stoked by the inclusion of the effects of nervous system dysregulation and trauma within this nutritional approach. She devotes her professional work to assisting as many women as she can in gaining these essential skills for improved long-term outcomes, while continuing to work on her own self-healing and self-regulation with openness and humility. Connect with Kymber: Website: https://www.kymbermaulden.com/ Course Page: https://kymber-maulden.mykajabi.com/sales-page Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KymberMauldenCNC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kymbermaulden/ Wanna know more? Listen in! Guess what? Paleo Valley are having their biggest sale of the year for Black Friday! It's the best deal they offer all year long where you can save up to 35% on any Paleovalley products + choose a free mystery gift valued over $25! That's right! From now until Wednesday, December 1st at midnight, you can shop as much as you want from their store and lock in some incredible savings. Plus, every order comes with a free mystery gift! What's not to love about that?! Use my discount link here and head on over to Paleovalley to lock in your savings and choose your favorite mystery gift! The team at Paleovalley is so confident in their products, they also offer a 60-day, 100% money-back guarantee (no questions asked) on every single order so there is zero risk to give their products a try! And with a discount like this, I suggest you place an order sooner than later because I'm sure these products will not last. Head over to the Paleovalley Store here to save up to 35% OFF and choose your mystery gift today. Haven't subscribed to the podcast yet? Subscribe HERE and never miss an episode. Connect with Kate: Website: www.MindMovementHealth.com.au Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MindMovementHealth Instagram: http://instagram.com/MindMovementHealth
Today, Dr. Holmes talks with Jeremy and Ilana from mybestsociallife.com. We talk about belonging and learning the skills young adults on the spectrum need to create the social life they desire without getting overwhelmed.Podcast Description:Jeremy and Ilana Hamburgh are friendship and dating coaches who teach the strategies and skills that empower autistic and neurodivergent adults to find community, make friends, start dating, and build relationships. Ilana has over 16 years of experience as a special education teacher in New York City and is now the Director of Education for My Best Social Life. Jeremy has over 13 years of experience coaching autistic and neurodivergent adults on building the social lives they want and deserve. Jeremy and Ilana's passion is their first-of-its-kind strategy and skills program called Social Life 360. It's an innovative program that teaches its clients the strategies and skills to meet new people in new places confidently, and they do it by decoding the social world using formulas, diagrams, and step-by-step processes that make more sense to the neurodivergent brain. The Social Life 360 program also provides clients with a warm, inclusive, and exciting community that makes them feel embraced on their social journey. You can learn more about Jeremy, Ilana, and the Social Life 360 approach at MyBestSocialLife.com, and you can contact them about scheduling your family's Strategy Session at Jeremy@MyBestSocialLife.com. What they do:From their website-We teach our clients cutting-edge social techniques that really work for people whose brains are wired differently. The way we do that is by decoding social situations and then teaching them to our clients as formulas, diagrams, checklists, schematics, and step-by-step processes. We also give you world-class support so that we can help you every step of the way with who to meet, where to meet them, and how to win them over without feeling overwhelmed. We do all of this while giving you a warm, inclusive, and vibrant community of our clients and graduates so that you can spend time with other wonderful people who have the same goals.
Many parents with neurodivergent children have told me that parenting advice they read early helps them support their child. With the help of renowned neuropsychologist Dr. Julie Scorah, explore the unique challenges often faced by neurodivergent children. We'll talk about the need to plan ahead to prevent stress, the significance of responding over reacting, and the importance of teaching your child coping skills in their calm moments. We'll also touch upon proactive strategies like relaxation techniques and utilizing sensory breaks and social stories. With Dr. Scorah's expertise and our collective experiences, we aim to navigate you through these troubled waters with patience and understanding.In this final section, we'll explore the impact of neurodiversity on children's social skills and behavior. We'll underline the importance of teaching neurodivergent children alternative means of communication, which can lead to a marked improvement in their behavior over time. Moreover, we'll discuss the societal pressure on children to be social and share some strategies to support their social development in a manageable and beneficial way. So, join us on this enlightening journey and let's learn together.Please leave a rating for our podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! You can listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Let me know if you rate the podcast and I will send you a FREE Emotions Moutain PDF to help your child regulate their emotions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgTHANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! Get some discounts using the links belowThank you to our supporter the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute at The Neuro. The Neuro is the first health sciences institution in the world to commit to Open Science, an approach to research that ensures scientific knowledge is shared widely and transparently. Pok Pok is a collection of digital toys that spark creativity and learningthrough open-ended play. Click on the link below to get 50% off an entire year of this amazing open-ended play app for kids!playpokpok.com/redeem/?code=50CURIOUSNEURON BetterHelp is the world's largest therapy service, and it's 100% online. With BetterHelp, you get the same professionalism and quality you expect from in-office therapy, but with access to a huge network of therapists, more scheduling flexibility, and a more affordable price. Click the link below to get 15% off the first month of therapy http://www.betterhelp.com/curiousneuron Holstee Inspiration and t...
En Ivoox puedes encontrar sólo algunos de los audios de Mindalia. Para escuchar las 4 grabaciones diarias que publicamos entra en https://www.mindaliatelevision.com. Si deseas ver el vídeo perteneciente a este audio, pincha aquí: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMxp3LYS0_0&t=310s Acelera tu poder de manifestación conociendo lo que el campo cuántico puede hacer por tus creaciones. Tus órganos corazón y glándula pineal son un imán para atraer lo que deseas Verónica del Castillo Periodista, conductora, escritora, terapeuta, conferencista internacional y TED speaker. https://veronicadelcastillo.mx/neuroa... / @veronicadelcastillooficial https://www.instagram.com/vdelcastill... Infórmate de todo el programa en: http://television.mindalia.com/catego... **CON PREGUNTAS AL FINAL DE LA CONFERENCIA PARA RESOLVER TUS DUDAS *** Si te parece interesante.... ¡COMPÁRTELO!! :-) ------------INFORMACIÓN SOBRE MINDALIA----------DPMC Mindalia.com es una ONG internacional sin ánimo de lucro. Nuestra misión es la difusión universal de contenidos para la mejora de la consciencia espiritual, mental y física. -Apóyanos con tu donación en este enlace: https://streamelements.com/mindaliapl... -Colabora con el mundo suscribiéndote a este canal, dejándonos un comentario de energía positiva en nuestros vídeos y compartiéndolos. De esta forma, este conocimiento llegará a mucha más gente. - Sitio web: https://www.mindalia.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindalia.ayuda/ - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindalia_com/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mindaliacom - Vaughn: https://vaughn.live/mindalia - Odysee: https://odysee.com/@Mindalia.com *Mindalia.com no se hace responsable de las opiniones vertidas en este vídeo, ni necesariamente participa de ellas. *Mindalia.com no se responsabiliza de la fiabilidad de las informaciones de este vídeo, cualquiera sea su origen. *Este vídeo es exclusivamente informativo.
On this pre-Thanksgiving episode, we’ll be covering a random flight of topics including Black Friday Marketing, and some proven sales techniques backed by research. We’ll discuss 4 simple words that can double your sales. We’ll also talk about a special way you can look at people to make them like you more. The post 332: 4 Words That Can Double Your Sales & How to Look at People to Make Them Like You More first appeared on Persuasion by the Pint.
Too busy to read The Lens? Listen to our weekly summary here! In this week's issue Neuro-ophthalmologists are in high demand, with 61% of consultations being called for acute life- or vision-threatening diseases. Microshunt implant success can be attributed to many factors including the use of intraoperative mitomycin C. IL-11 may play a helpful role in accelerating cornea wound healing and decreasing ocular surface inflammation. Virtual reality video-game based technology can be as effective as conventional visual field testing for pediatric glaucoma patients.
Thyroid eye disease, also known as Graves' ophthalmopathy or Graves' orbitopathy, is an autoimmune condition that primarily affects the tissues and muscles around the eyes. It is most commonly associated with an overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism), particularly in individuals with Graves' disease, an autoimmune disorder that affects the thyroid.Alexander M. Solomon, MD, is a neuro-ophthalmologist and strabismus surgeon at Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica and Torrance, CA. Dr. Solomon's personal philosophy is that each patient is an individual and that diagnosis and optimal management of any disease is best carried out in conjunction with patient and family education, and understanding.
On this episode we welcome Carlos Alvarenga. He is the author of a brand new book The Rules of Persuasion: How the World's Greatest Communicators Convince, Inspire, Lead—and, Sometimes, Deceive. His new book not only explains exactly how persuasion works in all forms of human communication but also presents a clear and effective model you can […] The post 331: How the World's Greatest Communicators Convince, Inspire, Lead, and Sometimes Deceive first appeared on Persuasion by the Pint.
This week - following the revelation that a man with debilitating Parkinson's Disease has been helped to walk again with a special implant that stimulates nerves in his spinal cord - that's what we're going to look at in this half hour. We'll be hearing from the surgeon who performed the operation, and other experts seeking to understand more about the condition... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
If you have ever been in a position where you feel like as a mom you were left to your own devices to figure out how to support your children, then this episode is going to not only warm your heart but give you a whole bunch of encouragement! CEO + Founder Of Meemzy Magic, Jennifer Stalley, shares the journey she went through and how she got to the place where she created these incredible sensory kits for her child is one of the coolest stories I have ever heard! Meemzy Magic kits are full of sensory play themes designed to take out the stress that goes on behind the scenes to make childhood magical for children and adults. If you want to get started with sensory play right away, grab the free download that has five sensory activities that you can do right now with things that are already in your pantry. xoxo, Chelsi Jo . . Resources From Today's Episode: http://www.meemzymagic.com/ https://www.instagram.com/meemzymagic/ Activities Guide: https://www.meemzymagic.com/downloads . . Join Our Free Systemize Your Life Community www.facebook.com/groups/systemizeyourlife . . Take The FREE Overwhelmed To Organized Quiz https://chelsijo.co/quiz . . Join The Complete Home Management System That Takes You From Overwhelmed To Organized In Four Weeks! JOIN SYSTEMIZE YOUR LIFE HERE www.chelsijo.co/syl . . Join The Complete Task Management System That Takes Your Business From Overwhelmed To Organized! JOIN SYSTEMIZE YOUR BIZ HERE www.chelsijo.co/syb
Join me as I sit down with Jeremy Miner, a true sales maverick who has earned global recognition for his innovative approach. Ranked 45th among 108 million salespeople, Jeremy shares insights on overcoming pitfalls, creating urgency in sales, and debunking common myths. Discover the power of Neuro-Emotional Persuasion Questioning (NEPQ) and gain fresh perspectives on closing deals in today's competitive world. Don't miss out on the wisdom of a sales expert who has empowered over 459,000 professionals across 158 industries. #SalesSuccess #PodcastInterview #JeremyMiner https://nepqtraining.com/free-training-1 Pick up "The New Model of Selling" through Barnes & Noble Join his group on Facebook
Join Dr. Holmes and Meredith Sinclair of Life Behavior Consulting as they discuss the need for support and adaptive skills for adolescents and young adults on the spectrum. Life does not end when school ends; however, supports often do. Social skills are needed for job interviews and career development. Meredith and Life Behavior Consulting focus on these skills.It is located in Atlanta, GA, but is now available over Zoom outside of GA. You can find out more at https://lifebehaviorconsulting.com/About Meredith Sinclair:Meredith Sinclair is the Executive Director/Founder of LIFE Behavior Consulting. Meredith holds a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Certified PEERS (Program for the Enrichment and Education of Relational Skills) Provider. Meredith specializes in Behavior Consulting, Executive Functioning, Social Skills, and Career Development training. She has served a range of neurodiverse clients with a variety of cognitive verbal levels and support needs. She has had the pleasure of working with young adults, their families, and caregivers to teach them skills and provide tools that help them work toward their goals. Meredith built LIFE Behavior Consulting with the goal of empowering individuals through coaching, teaching, and support to gain tools that will improve their access to social opportunities, relationships, and interdependence in their home, community, school, and vocational settings. She strives to energize her clients and help them realize their inner strengths.
Today, we unravel the profound effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the potential consequences of parental burnout and stress. It's time to break intergenerational cycles for the well-being of future generations. I'll be sharing the latest eye-opening research and statistics.Neglect, abuse, divorce, parental incarceration, these adversities can lead to chronic illness and mental health issues later in life. It's crucial to scrutinize the negative impacts of spanking and shaming while cultivating a positive home environment. Remember, our children's well-being starts with us.Lastly, we'll dive into the essence of reflection and how it contributes to nurturing parental well-being. 30-days of reflection prompts for parents:https://curiousneuronacademy.mykajabi.com/pl/2148017427Parental well-being survey (3-5 min to answer):https://forms.gle/yeek2YdJxjmAW62K8FREE e-book about kids emotions:https://wondergrade.myflodesk.com/tih3dfrtwrSources: https://vetoviolence.cdc.gov/apps/aces-infographic/https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2516103220967937https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8205446/Please leave a rating for our podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! You can listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Let me know if you rate the podcast and I will send you a FREE Emotions Moutain PDF to help your child regulate their emotions. Email me at email@example.comTHANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! Get some discounts using the links belowThank you to our supporter the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute at The Neuro. The Neuro is the first health sciences institution in the world to commit to Open Science, an approach to research that ensures scientific knowledge is shared widely and transparently. Pok Pok is a collection of digital toys that spark creativity and learningthrough open-ended play. Click on the link below to get 50% off an entire year of this amazing open-ended play app for kids!playpokpok.com/redeem/?code=50CURIOUSNEURON BetterHelp is the world's largest therapy service, and it's 100% online. With BetterHelp, you get the same professionalism and quality you expect from in-office therapy, but with access to a huge network of therapists, more scheduling flexibility, and a more affordable price. Click the link below to get 15% off the first month of therapy http://www.betterhelp.com/curiousneuron Holstee Inspiration and t...
We are honored to have Dr. Andrew Carey as a guest on this episode of on It Happened To Me. As a disclosure, Dr. Carey is our co-host Cathy Gildenhorn's Doctor who diagnosed her rare disease, Wolfram Syndrome. Andrew R. Carey, MD (he/him) is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology in the division of Neuro-Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute. He specializes in neuro-ophthalmic disorders such as optic neuritis, uveitis related papillitis, ischemic & hereditary optic neuropathies as well as diseases of the retina, including age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, toxic retinopathies and inherited disorders of the retina such as retinitis pigmentosa. Stay tuned for the next new episode of It Happened To Me! In the meantime, you can listen to our previous episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “It Happened To Me”. It Happened To Me is created and hosted by Cathy Gildenhorn and Beth Glassman. Steve Holsonback is our media engineer and co-producer. DNA Today's Kira Dineen is our marketing lead and co-producer. Ashlyn Enokian is our graphic designer. See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, ItHappenedToMePod.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to ItHappenedToMePod@gmail.com.
Multidisciplinary neuro clinics in private practice are a rarity! It's much more common to see ortho clinics and hospital based neuro clinics, so when we learn about inspiring and awesome places like The Recovery Project in Michigan we want to know more! On today's show we spoke with Meghan Malley, PT, DPT, the Program Director at The Recovery Project. Their clinic is dedicated to knowledge translation, incorporating the latest research into practice, innovation, and providing the highest quality of care. Hence many of the clinicians are or have been part of NeuroSpark! We had the opportunity to talk to Meghan about the structure of The Recovery Project and how it's been able to expand to 3 clinics and be so successful as a neuro private practice for 20 years. They offer skilled therapies and wellness and also speciality programs like group classes and intensives for individuals post-stroke and with functional neurologic disorders. We talk to Meghan about her career as a neurologic physical therapist, what her role entails, and what she thinks have been the key attributes that have made The Recovery Project successful for 20 years. Enjoy! The Recovery Project The IG handle is @recoveryproject FB: The Recovery Project, LLC Evidence to Excellence Podcast - Hosted by Polly Swingle, co-owner of The Recovery Project Mary and Charles A Parkhill Foundation: https://parkhillfoundation.com
Dr Michael Lange and Dr Richard Hall host "ask the dr" today. Dr Lange discusses the all new supplement called Fortifeye Eye Pressure and Neuro Cognitive Support developed to support healthy intra ocular pressure and healthy ganglion cell and nerve fiber layer. This new supplement also helps enhance working memory, cognitive abilities and concentration. The combination of Neumentix and Mirtogenol in this new supplement will be the first of its type to naturally support glaucoma. Fortifeye Rejuvenate is another supplement utilizing the latest in nutrition for skin, hair, nails and joints that should be available before 2024. Dr Lange and Dr Hall discuss how fasting can be very dangerous and should not be done unless supervised by a medical professional. They also give a special code to be used for the black Friday special With fortifeye vitamins .Support the show: https://www.drmichaellange.com/category/ask-the-doctor/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Go to todaysautisticmoment.com to find the transcripts and other information mentioned on the show. What do Neuro-Affirming therapy options look like for Autistics? What do Neuro-Affirming therapies do that are different from other therapies that are currently used? Neuro-Affirming therapies help Autistics to discover their strengths and identities that give them confidence in themselves as they are. Sarah Dwan is a Disability Advocate and an Autistic who lives in Waterford, Ireland. Sarah Dwan joins Philip to talk about what Neuro-Affirming means, and why therapies that affirm Neurodivergents are so important. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/2daysautistic/support
This episode is brought to you by Rebuy and SARAL. In this episode, we delve into personal relationships, shared values, and the fascinating concept of biohacking with Kent Yoshimura, the Co-founder and CEO of NeuroGum and Mints. We'll also discover how these elements are vital to the Neuro's business growth and success. Highlights: * NeuroGum and Mints, a company driven by the power of human connections, places great importance on alignment and vision. * Kent reveals how they have developed accessible biohacking products, specifically NeuroGum and Mints, that offer sustained energy and focus. * The secret behind their success lies in a unique blend of caffeine and L-theanine, supplemented by energy-boosting B vitamins. * Moreover, these products cater to various dietary needs, being vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free, and utilizing monk fruit as a natural sweetener. * Kent also discusses a range of other products designed to enhance mood, relieve stress, and promote good sleep. * Highlighting the crucial role of sleep in overall health, mental well-being, and gut health, he shares insightful information on the importance of prioritizing restful nights. * How kindness towards one another is emphasized as a crucial aspect in business and personal relationships. Join Ramon Vela and Kent Yoshimura as we break down the inside story of NeuroGum & Mints on The Story of a Brand. For more on NeuroGum and Mints, visit: https://neurogum.com/ Subscribe and listen to the podcast on all major apps. Search for “The Story of a Brand” on your favorite podcast player. * Today's Sponsors: Rebuy Engine: https://www.rebuyengine.com/foundersparadiso Rebuy uses AI to create personalized experiences for every shopper. Get a no-credit card 21-day trial. Visit my unique link to receive the offer. SARAL - Your Influencer Assistant Tool for Brands: http://storybrandoffer.com/ Claim an "exclusive onboarding" offer for the listeners of The Story of a Brand Show. The SARAL Team will work directly with you and offer weekly check-ins and 1:1 consulting until you succeed. Visit my unique link to receive the offer.
Qu'est-ce que ça fait d'être neuroatypique ? Comment vivre l'hypersensibilité ? Dans cet épisode je vous partage des anecdotes personnelles et expériences en temps qu'Hypersensible TSA et HPI, ainsi que des clés pour en faire une force ! Écoute cet épisode, pour comprendre quelques neuroatypies différentes ainsi que des experts qui en parlent très bien ! mieux comprendre l'hypersensibilité mieux comprendre la douance mieux comprendre le trouble du spectre autistique Pour aller plus loin... (gratuitement) Tu peux faire les exercices d'approfondissement proposés + Télécharger la transcription de l'épisode ! Si tu veux me laisser un petit mot doux, c'est ici pour mettre un avis sur le podcast
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On this episode, we’ll cover another random flight of topics including a forgotten email technique and how we really make decisions. The post 330: A Forgotten Email Technique and The Real Process of Decision-Making first appeared on Persuasion by the Pint.
Ever felt like you're drowning in the deep end of parenthood, with the overwhelming demands of child-rearing overshadowing your own needs? I've got you! This week, I chatted with Dr. Morgan Cutlip. She sheds light on the delicate balance of meeting the needs of your family while honoring your own. We take a frank and honest look at the emotional milieu of motherhood, unpacking expectations, and the importance of self-care, all while discussing Dr. Cutlip's riveting new book "Love Your Kids Without Losing Yourself."We offer insights on overcoming defensiveness, different worldviews, and role expectations to help navigate the mental load of parenting with your partner. Join us! About our guest:Dr. Morgan Cutlip, PhD in Psychology and highly sought-after relationship expert, knows what it feels like to lose yourself in motherhood, and she's determined to help mothers navigate it better.Her book: Love Your Kids Without Losing YourselfCanada Amazon US AmazonDr. Cutlip's Instagram Page @drmorgancutlipHer website:https://drmorgancutlip.com/Please leave a rating for our podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! You can listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Let me know if you rate the podcast and I will send you a FREE Emotions Moutain PDF to help your child regulate their emotions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgTHANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! Get some discounts using the links belowThank you to our supporter the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute at The Neuro. The Neuro is the first health sciences institution in the world to commit to Open Science, an approach to research that ensures scientific knowledge is shared widely and transparently. Pok Pok is a collection of digital toys that spark creativity and learningthrough open-ended play. Click on the link below to get 50% off an entire year of this amazing open-ended play app for kids!playpokpok.com/redeem/?code=50CURIOUSNEURON BetterHelp is the world's largest therapy service, and it's 100% online. With BetterHelp, you get the same professionalism and quality you expect from in-office therapy, but with access to a huge network of therapists, more scheduling flexibility, and a more affordable price. Click the link below to get 15% off the first month of therapy http://www.betterhelp.com/curiousneuron Wondergrade is an app for...
Dan and Stephanie set this podcast up with their podcast on Jan 2nd and Jan 16th of 2023. You will want to review this podcast before you hear today's podcast on escaping enemy mode. We took questions from our listeners and those in our coaching courses based on Wilder's work.Some questions that came in:How is attachment and hesed related?How is attachment related to enemy mode?What is a fear bond, and if you have PTSD or have been damaged by a relationship, can you achieve a love bond?What parts of the brain have neuroplasticity? What can be learned for those on the spectrum?More questions answered!NDCCs are easily dragged into enemy mode- simple enemy mode, stupid enemy mode, and intellectual enemy mode. Our brains can unite or divide us. Join us for this discussion with Dr. Jim Wilder.You will want to go back and hear our podcast "Are you in your right mind?" which sets the stage for this conversation.Today we will talk about how those on the autism spectrum, due to neurological wiring, are more easily dragged into enemy mode. But we will also talk about JOY and how to escape enemy mode to re-friend and rebuild attachment/joy.About Dr. Wilder:Dr. Jim Wilder has been training leaders and counselors for over 30 years on five continents. Jim grew up in South America and is bilingual (English/Spanish). He is the author of nineteen books with a strong focus on maturity and relational skills. Dr. Wilder has served as a guest lecturer at Fuller Seminary, Biola, Talbot Seminary, Point Loma University, Montreat College, Tyndale Seminary, and elsewhere.Dr. Jim Wilder has extensive clinical counseling experience and is the chief neurotheologian of Life Model Works, a nonprofit working at the intersection of theology and brain science. Life Model Works builds on the fifty-year legacy of Shepherd's House, which began in the 1970s as a ministry to street kids in Van Nuys, California.In those early days, Jim worked with the team of volunteer counselors and Fuller Seminary faculty to build a counseling center to help broken people recover from negative habits, addictions, abuse, and trauma. By the 1990s, Jim was Assistant Director and later Executive Director of Shepherd's House, helping hundreds of pastors and churches with their toughest counseling cases.Jim was intimately involved in 1987 when Shepherd's House conducted a careful review of why some people with the same level of trauma and treatment recovered, but others did not. The results of this case-by-case study became The Life Model, a new recovery model. The Life Model study findings were published in Living from the Heart Jesus Gave You.
Jackie Garlich, OD, FAAO, and Jessilin Quint, OD, MBA, MS, FAAO, welcome guest Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO, who shares her pearls for treating patients with dry eye and a neurologic condition or injury. She explains how to determine whether a patient's dry eye symptoms are simply dry eye alone, or if they may be related to neurologic problem, and what to do if they are.
In this month's episode, we would like to highlight the importance of self-care during the holiday season. We know that as the holidays approach, family from out of town begins to knock on your door and the stresses and anxiety of keeping up with the Jones can be a bit of a burden. Dr. Eric Plasker, Dr. Patience Canty and Dr. Ken Barlett reveal some of their secrets for our fellow doctors and patients that keeps them afloat during the holiday season. Our guest interview is super special! We has the chance to sit down and talk with the famous Dr. Dan Murphy. During his interview he discusses some of the major research factors that has contributed to his success as a chiropractor. He reveals much MORE than just those but also some of the secrets to his success. Tune in to find out! Follow us on our socials! IG: @gachiropatients X; @GAChiro2020 FB: Georgia Chiropractic Association ***If you're a member of GCA and would like to be a featured guest or segement speaker on the podcast, email email@example.com for more information on how you can get involved! If you're interested in becoming a GCA member, partner or sponsor visit gachiro.org or call us during office hours at 770-723-1100.
An interview with Liora Schwartz: Trauma-informed and neuro-developmentally sensitive approaches for parents and professionals.Liora Schwartz (she/her) has over two decades of experience in the trenches of the New York City public school system and is a parent of a complicated, brilliant, neurodivergent teen. As such, she has a unique perspective that has broadened outside many traditional boxes. Liora's work with parents and professionals aims to be trauma-informed and neuro-developmentally sensitive and is informed both by current research and the lived experiences of autistic advocates.Support the show
This is the first of a 2-part series. Episode 1 - The Struggle and The Suffering Episode 2 - The Revolution and The Evolution Karli Gibson is an Occupational Health Physiotherapist. In this first epsiode, Karli talks to Jo about… Feeling thick, but smart. Learning to cope, and learning to mask. Getting diagnosed with dyslexia and discovering resources. Getting diagnosed with ADHD, and finding support, but not so many resources…yet. You can't fail to hear Karli's determination and commitment to finding her own path, not just in Physiotherapy but also in life. This episode is about the struggles as she puts it, but even here, there are hints at the evolution to come. JOIN MEHUB
Alzheimer's sufferers have lower plasmalogen levels than healthy people. Plasmalogen is a phospholipid essential to brain, lung, and heart function. Neuro-biochemical researcher Dr. Dayan Goodenowe identifies low plasmalogen as the cause of Alzheimer's disease. What happens when plasmalogen levels are restored in dementia and Alzheimer's dementia sufferers? On Vital Signs, host Brendon Fallon presents stories of people with severe dementia now receiving Dr. Goodenowe's plasmalogen treatment, along with other essential nutrients. These patients include Carolyn, in her 70s and Helen, who's in her 80s. Both women have suffered a severe loss of mobility and cognition, including the ability to communicate, through dementia. In 2007, Dr. Goodenowe patented a mass-spectrometry technology that identified low plasmalogen levels in the blood of Alzheimer's sufferers. The results he has seen in restoring plasmalogen to Alzheimer's patients support his conviction that low plasmalogen is the essential cause of Alzheimer's. The benefits of plasmalogen restoration relate to how our neurons (nerve cells) connect and transmit information to each other, as Dr. Goodowe explains: “The fundamental operating system of the brain is synaptic transmission, fueled by vesicular release of neurotransmitters. That is ground zero of all human neurological function.” And, he says, "that vesicular transport process is entirely dependent on plamalogen levels in the synapse.” How are the faculties of memory and cognition created in the brain? What shuts those nerve connections down? And how does plasmalogen restoration work bring them back online? ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
BestPodcastintheMetaverse.com Canary Cry News Talk #687 11.08.2023 - Recorded Live to 1s and 0s BUREAU FOR YOUR NEURO | V2K Gun Control Op, Racist Robots, Taiwan Hat Trick, Ice Queens Deconstructing Corporate Mainstream Media News from a Biblical Worldview Declaring Jesus as Lord amidst the Fifth Generation War! The Show Operates on the Value 4 Value Model: http://CanaryCry.Support Join the Supply Drop: https://CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com Submit Articles: https://CanaryCry.Report Submit Art: https://CanaryCry.Art Join the T-Shirt Council: https://CanaryCryTShirtCouncil.com Resource: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu) Resource: Aliens Demons Doc (feat. Dr. Heiser, Unseen Realm) Tree of Links: https://CanaryCry.Party This Episode was Produced By: Executive Producers Philip E*** Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrean Protocol*** Producers of Treasure Sir Marty K Knight of the Wrong Timeline JOLMS Jimmy M Malik W Dame Gail Canary Whisperer and Lady of X's and O's DrWhoDunDat Sir Morv Knight of the Burning Chariots Veronica D Sir Casey the Shield Knight Sir Scott Knight of Truth CanaryCry.ART Submissions Marty K LittleOwen Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia MICROFICTION Stephen S One "freedom fighter" talks to another. "Dude, this ultralight assault is going to ROCK! Armed to the teeth, flying incountry low and slow! But you know what we're missing? Boom boxes playing Ride of the Valkyries!” CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Joelms, Laura TIMESTAPERS Jade Bouncerson, Morgan E CanaryCry.Report Submissions JAM REMINDERS Clankoniphius SHOW NOTES/TIMESTAMPS Podcast T- 03:25 HELLO, RUN DOWN 5:54 V / 2:29 P MIND CONTROL/GUN CONTROL 7:17 V / 3:52 P Cincinnati Ohio Boy killed, 5 wounded in Cincinnati mass shooting (ABC) Delaware Halloween night shooting in New Castle County leaves 3 hurt, including teen (ABC) Texas 5 people injured in a shooting during a motorcycle rally in Galveston, Texas (CNN) Florida Florida man behind bars after threatening mass shooting on social media: deputies (Fox) Maine Shooter Who was Robert Card? Confirmed details on Maine gunman (CBS) Colorado Suicide Heavily armed man found dead at Colorado amusement park 'wouldn't talk to any of us' (NBC) Crowder breaks Nashville Shooter Manifesto Nashville Shooter's Manifesto Released by Steven Crowder: What We Know (Newsweek) V2K & Remote Neural Monitoring Evidence (Being Watched) A Voice Only You Can Hear: DARPA's Sonic Projector (Wired, 2007) → Weapons: Death Ray Replaced By The Voice of God (2007, StrategyPage) Remote Neural Monitoring → Broomfield shooting suspect formally charged with 13 counts (July 2023, Denver Gazette) → Convicted human trafficker claims he is victim of electronic harassment (2018, EB Times) *The Israeli company turning smartphones into brain monitors (Israel Hayom) DAY JINGLE/V4V/EXEC./supply 55:43 V / 52:18 P FLIPPY 1:13:33 V / 1:10:08 P A wrongful arrest. A “racist robot.” A call for new laws. (MSN/Atlanta News) WW3 - 1:27:15 V / 1:23:50 P The US is quietly arming Taiwan to the teeth (BBC) SPEAKPIPE/TALENT/TIME ANTARCTICA 1:47:12 V / 1:43:47 P 2 wks after assault claims, man was sent to remote icefield with young grad students (CBS News) V4V/TIME 1:56:04 V / 1:52:39 P END
There is no such thing as unbiased news anymore. Every media outlet has an agenda. On this episode, we’ll be diving into some of the persuasion tricks they use to influence us every day. Will be referencing this article from AllSides. The post 329: Persuasion Tactics the Media Uses to Influence You first appeared on Persuasion by the Pint.
Dr. Akanksha Sharma is a neuro-oncologist and palliative medicine specialist at the Pacific Brain Tumor Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica, CA. To provide extra resources to brain cancer patients suffering from brain tumors such as glioblastoma and their caregivers. Dr. Akanksha Sharma is a neuro-oncologist and palliative medicine specialist at the Pacific Brain Tumor Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica, CA. To provide extra resources to brain cancer patients suffering from brain tumors such as glioblastoma and their cargivers, Dr. Sharma opened a Supportive Care Clinic in 2020. The clinic offers services to deal with symptoms, quality of life, caregiver burden and distress, and help alleviate suffering. PacificBrainTumor.org | 310-829-8265
Ron Sandison works full time in the mental health field. He is an advisory boardmember of the Art of Autism and the Els Center of Excellence. Sandison has a Master ofDivinity from Oral Roberts University and is the author of A Parent's Guide to Autism. Heis the founder of Spectrum Inclusion which empowers young people with autism foremployment. Sandison speaks at over 70 events a year including 20 plus educationconferences. Ron and his wife, Kristen, reside in Rochester Hills, MI, with their daughter,Makayla..firstname.lastname@example.org://www.spectruminclusion.comhttps://www.facebook.com/SpectrumRonSandison
Welcome to the world of the EMT, a world that in its own way reproduces the complex conditions of an ER—but without the safety net of a large institution. Valerie Creel, a registered nurse and LNC, who also worked for several years as an EMT, shares with you what goes on in an ambulance, both from the perspective of a team member and also the possible malpractice errors that can occur with ambulance transport risks. Although EMTs receive extensive training, Valerie says that only field experience can teach a person what needs to be done. One potential liability incident occurs when someone, having called 911, refuses to get into the ambulance. He may later change his mind and try to sue. Ambulances may get into collisions with other vehicles, another fraught situation. In addition, if all pieces of equipment aren't well secured, other risks occur. LNCs need to be aware that their attorney clients may not provide EMT or ambulance records or that sometimes more than one ambulance becomes involved. Whether the patient is delivered to a hospital that can meet his or her needs may be a liability issue. You will probably get involved in an ambulance-related lawsuit at some point in your LNC career. Valerie's detailed description of what goes on in the world of the EMT provides invaluable information. Learn more about Ambulance Transport Risks - Valerie Creel What kind of training does an EMT get? What levels of service are provided in different ambulances? What kind of hazards are involved in an ambulance ride? What medical liability situations do EMTs face? How do EMTs decide where to take a patient? Listen to our podcasts or watch them using our app, Expert.edu, available at legalnursebusiness.com/expertedu. Get the free transcripts and learn about other ways to subscribe. Go to Legal Nurse Podcasts subscribe options by using this short link: http://LNC.tips/subscribepodcast. https://youtu.be/QXEiezhQHik Announcing LNC Success™ Virtual Conference 9 October 26,27 & 28 Join us for a 3-day virtual event designed for legal nurse consultants just like you LNC Success™ Pat Iyer and Barbara Levin put together THE first Legal Nurse Consulting Virtual Conference in July 2020. They are back with their 8th all-new conference based on what attendees said they'd find most valuable. The LNC Success Conference implementation and networking event is designed for LNCs at any stage in their career. Build your expertise, also attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. After the LNC Success™ Virtual Conference, you will leave with clarity, confidence, and an effective step-by-step action plan that you can immediately implement in your business. Your Presenter of Ambulance Transport Risks - Valerie Creel Valerie Creel is the owner of Bridge Point Legal Nurse Consulting. She has been an RN since 2013 and has extensive experience with Critical Care. She has been in the intensive care unit (ICU) for the entirety of her nursing career. Valerie has worked with Trauma, Neuro, and Medical ICU patients including providing care through the Covid-19 pandemic. As an ICU nurse, she trained new RNs into the specialty and also worked as a Rapid Response nurse to respond to emergencies and serve as a resource to nurses throughout the hospital. In addition to her nursing experience, she worked as an EMT providing prehospital care in the 911 system of San Mateo County from 2007-2016. She had the opportunity to work with complex trauma and multi-casualty incidents including the Asiana Airline Crash at SFO in 2013. Valerie holds her board certification in Critical Care and earned her Bachelor's Degree from Grand Canyon University with honors. Valerie has been working in the legal nursing field since 2021 and has completed her coursework to specialize in strangulation, gunshot wound evaluation, and more.
Throughout your life, you are inevitably going to encounter people who wrong you in some way. Perhaps they betrayed your trust or didn't treat you with kindness. Whatever the reason may be, it's only natural we will hold a certain amount of resentment and hatred towards those people. But all of these negative feelings create an unnecessary burden on your mind, forcing you to needlessly carry around this extra emotional weight that only serves to hold you back. So in today's episode, Mark shares an extremely effective NLP process that will help you shed this extra emotional baggage and ascend to a higher level of existence and emotional maturity. Get Your FREE 1 on 1 Breakthrough Session here: https://coachmarksing.com/coaching/ Follow Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachmarksing/ Watch UMP Episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCybix9PZoDgcyyt5hNxPLuw Grab Mark's Free Program: "The Approach Formula": http://www.CoachMarkSing.com/The-Approach-Formula Contact Mark Directly: CoachMarkSing@Gmail.com
In movement disorders such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, and dystonia, normal function can be restored to the circuitry of the brain, resulting in significant improvement in function and quality of life. The goal of deep brain stimulation surgery is to modulate the activity of a specific brain region.In DBS, thin electrodes are placed in the disruptive areas of the brain and small electrical pulses normalize or eliminate the irregular signals. DBS is the non-permanent suppression of overactivity in the autopilot structure of the brain called the basal ganglia.Like a pacemaker for the brain, the battery (pulse generator) is implanted under the skin of the chest, and leads (wires) are tunneled under the skin via the deep part of the brain through a quarter-sized opening in the skull. The system is fully implanted under the skin, so there are no external wires or devices. The stimulator is fully programmable and therefore adjustable over time, as the disease changes. Patients can use a simple hand-held device to turn the DBS on or off, and adjust various other parameters if needed.
On this episode, we’ll be talking about how to use current events to your advantage and boost your own PR. Michelle Love is our guest. She is the president of ClearVision Strategic Marketing. The post 328: How to Piggy Back Current Events and Boost Your Own PR- Interview with Michelle Love first appeared on Persuasion by the Pint.
Today, we have a bilingual podcast to connect Spanish speaking listeners to a Spanish special edition of Exceptional Needs Today magazine.www.exceptionalneedstoday.comHoy, la Dra. Stephanie y sus invitados Erica y Luis les cuentan acerca de una revista de edición especial que estará disponible en español.A continuación se muestra una carta de la editora de Exceptional Needs Today, Amy Tobik.¡Es gratis! ¡Visite www.excepcionalneedstoday.com!Desde el escritorio del editorCuando publiqué la revista Exceptional Needs Today hace un par de años, mi objetivo era unir a una comunidad de defensores, familias, educadores, médicos y terapistas. Presenciar el cambio tan significativo que ocurre cuando gente dinámica trabaja junta ha sido un honor. Durante mi tiempo trabajando con niños de distintas habilidades, participando en conferencias en relaciones a las necesidades especiales, y conversado con terapistas y educadores, se ha vuelto evidente que los niños de la comunidad hispanohablante con el Trastorno de Espectro Autista (TEA) y otras necesidades especiales han sido pasadas por alto. Muy a menudo, estos niños no reciben diagnósticos ni el apoyo que necesitan. Estas situaciones pueden afectar individuos y sus familias de por vida. Esta disparidad no es aceptable.De acuerdo con el estudio Disparidades en el diagnóstico y tratamiento de Autismo en las comunidades Latinas y no Latinas, competencia en el inglés tiene un impacto en el acceso al diagnóstico y tratamiento del TEAdiagnóstico y tratamiento pueden ser reducidas mediante una mejoría en el conocimiento del TEA y confianza en su proveedor médico o doctor a cargo de su hijo. Cuando los niños son diagnosticados de manera errónea, su acceso a servicios se ve afectado de manera negativa. Esperamos dar el consejo y el apoyo necesario en español para llegar a reducir esta brecha entre el tratamiento recibido por niños hispanos y no hispanos.Esta edición especial de Exceptional Needs Today provee 15 artículos en español escrito porextraordinarios profesionales involucrados en la comunidad hispana. Dra. Joscelyn Ramos-Campell, una ganadora del premio nacional al mejor portavoz y consultora de discapacidades bilingües se encuentra en la portado junto con su hijo de ocho años, Joshua, quien fue diagnosticado con TEA. Estamos muy emocionados por publicar su artículo exclusivo, Guía de intervención temprana y cómo encontrar servicios en los 50 estados de Los Estados Unidos. dirección justo al alcance de sus manos.Esta versión también presenta un excelente artículo de la Dra. Mary Jones, pediatra que se mudó recientemente a la Republica Dominicana proveniente de los Estados Unidos con su familia de siete personas en busca de una vida más sencilla. No se pierdan de su artículo, Nuestro viaje con necesidades excepcionales: Cómo el traslado a otro país creó una vida más tranquila, donde discute como este cambio afectó de manera positiva a sus hijos con TEA y las modificaciones que pueden hacer en su vida diaria para fomentar la paz. Adicionalmente, estamos emocionados por compartir Entendiendo la disparidad de apoyo para las familias hispanas y cómo superarla, escrito por la Dra. Stephanie C. Holmes, BBCC, quien es una consejera profesional, educadora, autora y especialista certificada para tratar TEA.Una colección de artículos escritos por defensores como Temple Gradin, PhD. y Debra Moore, PhD, Siena Castellon, Noah Seback, J. Edwards Holt, Nicole Dauz, están orgullosamente incluidos en esta edición especial de Exceptional Needs Today. Cada uno de estos artículos ha sido traducido al español por estudiantes universitarios pertenecientes a una clase de nivel superior de traducción en Lee University, Tennessee.Nos gustaría agradecer a nuestro fantástico equipo de traductores, Erica Holmes, Cameron Hatcher, Julia Gambill, Kierstin Havens, Sarah Leab, y nuestros correctores Erica Holmes y Luis Eduardo De Paz Capobianco. También estamos muy agradecidos con nuestros contribuidores, anunciantes y subscriptores quienes continúan apoyándonos y son una parte integral de nuestra revista ganadora de premios.Nos encantaría pedirles que alienten a sus amigos y familiares a subscribirse a Exceptional Needs Today.Saludos cordials,AmySigamos promoviendo la conciencia, aceptación e inclusión de las comunidades con necesidades especiales mientras trabajamos por hacer un cambio significativo para el futuro – JUNTOS!1 Zuckerman KE, Lindly OJ, Reyes NM, Chavez AE, Macias K, Smith KN, Reynolds A. Disparities in Diagnosis and Treatment of Autism in Latinx and Non-Latinx White Families. Pediatrics.2017 May;139(5):e20163010. doi: 10.1542/peds.2016-3010. PMID: 2855https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28557734/7734; PMCID: PMC5404727
Paul F. Austin reunites with neuroscientist Dr. Dave Rabin to delve into the latest research on Apollo Neuro's "wearable microdose" device for optimal sleep and focus. Paul and Dr. Dave explore questions like, What role does stress play in psychological and physiological well-being? Why do humans need to feel safe to perform at their best? Does clinical data show Apollo Neuro can truly calm the nervous system? Could the wearable's soothing vibrations also help people navigate challenging psychedelic journeys? Tune into for the latest on Apollo Neuro's wearable hug technology and its AI features for deeply personalized health. Dave M. Rabin, MD, PhD: Dr. David Rabin, MD, PhD, is a neuroscientist, board-certified psychiatrist, health-tech entrepreneur, & inventor who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for more than a decade. He is the Co-founder & Chief Innovation Officer at Apollo Neuroscience, which has developed the first scientifically validated wearable technology that actively improves energy, focus, & relaxation, using a novel touch therapy that signals safety to the brain. Dr. Dave has always been fascinated by consciousness and our inherent ability to heal from injury and illness. As such, his research focuses on the clinical translation of non-invasive therapies for patients with treatment-resistant illnesses like PTSD and substance-use disorders. Dr. Rabin is also the co-founder and executive director of the Board of Medicine, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of physicians and scientists establishing the first peer-reviewed, evidence-based clinical guidelines for the production and safe use of unregulated alternative medicines, including plant medicines. In addition to his clinical psychiatry practice, Dr. Dave is currently conducting research on the epigenetic regulation of trauma responses and recovery to elucidate the mechanism of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and the neurobiology of belief. Dr. Rabin received his MD in medicine and PhD in neuroscience from Albany Medical College and specialized in psychiatry with a distinction in research at Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He has been married to his co-founder, Kathryn Fantauzzi, since 2016. Highlights: Apollo Neuro's origin story and evolution. Clinical data showing heart rate variability (HRV) & cognitive improvement with Apollo Neuro. Longitudinal research on the Apollo's benefits. Sleep's foundational impact on people with depression and PTSD. The best ways to utilize Apollo to induce calming states. Apollo's new AI features to reset circadian rhythms. Exploring the different Apollo Vibes and their uses. The relationship between neuroplasticity and the Apollo wearable. Why clinicians & practitioners use the Apollo in their practices. Dr. Dave's “toolkit” for self-exploration. Dr. Dave's favorite therapeutic tool for brain training. Key Links: Get the Apollo wearable device for 15% OFF: https://apolloneuro.com/thirdwave Dr. Dave's website: https://www.drdave.io/ Join us at Wonderland Conference in Miami, Nov. 9-11th! Head to wonderlandconference.com/ and use the code THIRDWAVE20 at checkout to save 20% on your ticket.
Even the most disciplined of men tend to struggle with self-destructive habits and patterns of behavior which, at first glance seem negative, yet we cannot seem to stop doing them. This is because there is a hidden motive behind all bad habits that are rooted in good. This is what makes self-destructive behaviors so difficult to shake. Fortunately, through the use of NLP, or Neuro Linguistic Programming, we can identify, remove, and then replace these destructive behaviors with new meta-programs that will dramatically improve your effectiveness as a person, and reduce the amount of suffering you experience. Get Your FREE 1 on 1 Breakthrough Session here: https://coachmarksing.com/coaching/ Follow Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachmarksing/ Watch UMP Episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCybix9PZoDgcyyt5hNxPLuw Grab Mark's Free Program: "The Approach Formula": http://www.CoachMarkSing.com/The-Approach-Formula Contact Mark Directly: CoachMarkSing@Gmail.com
We've got it all today: creepy morgue stories, bizarre deaths in backyard shenanigans, and even some good old-fashioned paranormal encounters. Lauren the Mortician is on the show to share what it was like growing up in a funeral home and how her life revolves around death. We'll cover mortuary glam, insane death calls, and the best ways to avoid dying. Finding Laura Clery: Website: thelauraclerypodcast.com Read/Listen: Idiot & Idiots Checkout our new Kids Show: Pammy's World TikTok & Youtube & Facebook: @Laura Clery Instagram: @lauraclery Episode Breakdown: -00:00 Welcome Lauren the Mortician to the show -1:00 Lauren's first experience at a funeral home -3:15 Dead bodies = normal day -5:05 What's a death call? -7:33 The scariest situation Lauren has ever been in -8:28 Best way to avoid death -10:30 Why we dissociate -11:33 Ghost stories -17:17 What happens after death -19:45 Motherhood as a mortician -22:10 Child safety: toys to avoid -23:00 Neuro-spicy? -25:00 Gratitude for life -33:47 How to trick your kids -36:40 What happens when you're struck by lightning -38:00 Cremation vs. burial -40:00 Human composting -42:30 Someone get therapy for the ghosts -46:00 Monthly breast cancer checks -50:00 Find her everywhere @lauren.the.mortician
Neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP, is the communication technique used by coaches and cult leaders alike. John James Santangelo—a fan of Napoleon Hill— is an NLP expert who gives Jane a crash course. Jane is mesmerized, and according to Santangelo, might've even been hypnotized.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.