The topic of processing our emotions applies at all times, but it's especially relevant now. We know that there are ways we as individuals process our emotions in a healthy way, and process our emotions in an unhealthy way. Disclaimer: for anyone who is going through acute trauma due this war, this episode is not designed for you. This episode is also not meant to take the place of seeking professional help. Our guest for this DMC is Erika Needleman of Adulting with Erika. Erika is one of those special people who has such good insight into people and into life. She is driven by the belief that if we look to ourselves, we have many of the answers. Erika helps women stop resisting their life so they can start living it. The topic of today's episode is one that Erika is particularly passionate about, and we're so happy to share her insights with you. On this DMC, we discuss: The wide range of emotions women are experiencing right now due to the war What processing emotions in an unhealthy way looks like What processing emotions in a healthy way looks like and the steps we can take to achieve that What we can do when we notice we're falling into the trap of bad habits when it comes to processing our emotions How to handle when loved ones process emotions differently to us Book recommendations: Yemima Mizrachi Speaks It's All The Same To Me: A Torah Guide To Inner Peace and Love of Life by Rabbi Moshe Gersht The Three Conditions: How Intention, Joy, and Certainty Will Supercharge Your Life by Rabbi Moshe Gersht Sha'ar HaBitachon No Bad Parts by Richard Schwartz Handout for processing emotions DMC YEARLY SPONSOR: Town Appliance https://www.townappliance.com/ 1-866-309-8119 https://www.townappliance.com/pages/contact-us
This week, Ken and Grant talk with Ken's longtime friend, Rip Wahlberg. Rip is a former pastor, author, business owner, grandfather, and father. Rip tells us how the Holy Spirit walked him and his family through the tragic drowning of his 4-year-old son, Aiden. Rip's life is about pursuing God's book and story. Tune into episode 47 in Season 4 of God is Not A Theory. We long for your faith to be encouraged and the fire of the Holy Spirit to ignite in your life by hearing these testimonies. Live up to the Holy Spirit's potential in you and prove to your world that God Is Not a Theory. Thanks for listening to God Is Not A Theory, a podcast of Orbis Ministries. For more information, visit orbisministries.org (http://orbisministries.org/). If you'd like to hear more from Ken or join the Orbis Ministries community, you can download the free Orbis Ministries Mobile App here: https://get.theapp.co/kjwz (https://get.theapp.co/kjwz) Purchase Rip's book: https://www.amazon.com/Shattered-Rip-Wahlberg/dp/1489749489/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2WR90INEOHZ2V&keywords=rip+wahlberg+shattered&qid=1700699820&sprefix=Rip+Wa%2Caps%2C157&sr=8-1 Connect with Rip on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/discoveringgodpod or message Rip on Facebook. Don't miss the upcoming Prophets Training at Jesus Center with Emma Stark. The conference dates are Nov 29 - Dec 1. For your reference, here's the link: https://prophetstraining.com/ Become a financial partner: https://orbisministries.org/support-orbis/ Quote: 12:22s "I'm holding him (Aiden, their son). His eyes are closed. He looks like he is sleeping. He is pink. He is perfect. He is just beautiful. Quote 17m30s Out: "We don't need to hide the pain, not embrace, but to address it." - Rip Wahlberg Quote: 18m33s: God does not ask us to go fast through our pain, but we prolong our pain and issues in our life by avoiding it." - Rip Wahlberg Quote: 20m52s: "God said to Rip, 'I saw you. I saw you, you did. And I am so proud of you.'" - Rip Wahlberg Quote: 23m36s "The worst thing we can do is what I (Rip) calls, 'Speaking truth to people's pain.'" - Rip Wahlberg, see Proverbs 25:20 and the book of Job. Quote: 29m49s "It (pain) feels permanent, and that's the lie." - Rip Wahlberg Quote 35m35s "I don't think God cares if your grief comes out messy." - Rip Wahlberg Quote 51m45: "How much of our language today is directed towards Him (God)." - Rip Wahlberg 56m10s Rip prays a prayer over those who are walking through grief.
In this CE-approved episode of Articles On-The-Go, Hank Balch identifies the key habits and commitments that set highly effective Sterile Processing departments apart from average ones: “As with all habits, these behaviors and commitments did not mature overnight, and some were years in the making. Even so, implementing and encouraging these seven habits among your team can and will change the qualitative direction of your department regardless of…” To listen to the full episode click here. To read this article, take the CE quiz & download your certificate, click here. Stay tuned for new CE-approved Articles On-the-Go releasing each week! Bookmark our new AOTG CE page here: https://www.beyondcleanmedia.com/articles-on-the-go #FightingDirty #HankBalch #BeyondClean #WeFightDirty™ Click To Subscribe on YouTube, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Spotify or Visit Our Website!
Acceptance and self-compassion play a huge part in processing our late-in-life ADHD diagnosis.Piecing together the various components to which we have attributed shame and judgement and reframing that through an updated neurodivergent lens does take time, healing and patience. The 'after process' of an ADHD diagnosis can bring up lots of deep-rooted and painful emotions, which can take time to acknowledge and release.On this week's episode of the ADHD Womens Wellbeing Podcast, we have Dr Fiona Peters, a former BBC journalist who left to pursue a PhD at the University of London between two periods of maternity leave. Dr Peters has also published an academic book and is a speaker and trainer for schools. She is touring with her talk entitled 'Perfectionism and Anxiety'. She is also a consultant for diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace, specialising in ADHD.Since being diagnosed with ADHD herself, Dr Peters is using her creativity, drive and ambition to create a new online community for entrepreneurs ADHDLIFE and to grow awareness of the impact of ADHD on business and personal life, both positive and negative.On this week's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Dr Peters speak about:Why it's ok to not finish every project you start How having an understanding of ADHD frames your healing Why meditation and therapy might not be working for you Fiona's path to her Ph.D. and why she loved following a different path Trying a failing to fit in and doing it your way Self-worth, self-acceptance and Being an ADHD entrepreneurBeing a work in progressYou can connect with Dr Peters on social media via Instagram or LinkedIn. For more information on all of Kate's ADHD resources, workshops and programmes, check out her website: www.adhdwomenswellbeing.co.uk Kate Moryoussef is a women's ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity. Have a look at some of Kate's workshops and free resources here.Follow the podcast on Instagram hereFollow Kate on Instagram hereHave a read of Kate's articles in ADDitude magazine here
Last month's Synod on Synodality in Rome is perhaps one of the most important ecclesial gatherings to take place since the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s. But what exactly happened remains unclear. On this episode, Commonweal editor Dominic Preziosi is joined by two experts on Vatican affairs to help explain and contextualize the synod's work. Paul Elie is a senior fellow at Georgetown University's Berkley Center and a regular contributor to Commonweal and the New Yorker, which sent him to Rome for a week to report on the synod. Anna Rowlands, Professor of Catholic Social Thought at Durham University in the United Kingdom, helped draft the synod's working documents and served as an observer and expert theological advisor in the synod hall. For further reading: Austen Ivereigh's report from Rome Massimo Faggioli's analysis of the synod Commonweal's collection of recent articles on the synod
Holiday stress and overwhelm impact everything - you and your business. If you can manage yourself during this time, you will be able to focus on what matters most to you. This week, I am changing gears and focusing on you as a person - the one running your business. How you manage this time will impact you now, in the new year, and beyond. Here are some things I discuss in this episode
What do altered states tell us about the nature of consciousness? And what can philosophy tell us about altered states? John Buchanan has spent his life trying to find the answers. His book, Processing Reality: Finding Meaning in Death, Psychedelics, and Sobriety, details the story of his history of experimentation and addiction, his path to sobriety, and the insights he has gained into the nature of human experience and consciousness. A synthesis of Whitehead's process philosophy and Grof's...
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How ready is your department for the revolutionary changes that are coming with Artificial Intelligence (AI)? On this podcast episode, the father of the modern borescope, Jahan Azizi, about how automation and AI are going to change the way we do our inspection steps. Can it really be this easy? Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
After our annual break from Programming By Stealth that happens at an unknown time for an unknown length every single year, Bart and I are back with a new episode of Programming By Stealth. Bart introduces us to a language called jq _and_ a terminal command called `jq` which together are used to help query JSON files, see "pretty versions of them, and also to manipulate them. We don't learn a lot of commands but Bart walks us through a few examples to help illustrate why we care, or shall I say, "the problem to be solved"? I'm sold on the idea having just mucked about in a config files for homebridge this week. You can find Bart's fabulous tutorial shownotes at pbs.bartificer.net. Read an unedited, auto-generated transcript: CCATP_2023_11_18 Join our Slack at podfeet.com/slack and look for the #pbs channel, and check out our pbs-student GitHub Organization. It's by invitation only but all you have to do is ask Allison!
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Autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that covers a diverse group of conditions. Since it's a spectrum, what it means to be diagnosed with autism varies widely. So do the experiences of autistic people and those who try cannabis and CBD for their health issues.In this episode, host Brit Smith talks to two autistic people about their experiences trying cannabis and CBD for common problems for those on the spectrum, like anxiety, focus, masking, sensory processing, and physical discomfort.First, Brit speaks with California-based writer Ian Donley, who penned the essay in the back of the fall 2023 issue of Different Leaf magazine, entitled; "I'm Autistic, This is What It's Like Getting High."Then, Brit chats with her younger brother, musician Spud Smith, about how cannabis extracts have impacted his ASD-related issues like anxiety and sensory overload, and his symptoms of Tourette's.Get the fall 2023 issue of Different Leaf magazine at DifferentLeaf.com or find your nearest seller at DifferentLeaf.com/on-the-newsstandFollow us on social media @DifferentLeaf and @BritTheBritishGet your DL merch now at xDifferentLeaf.com
**This episode of How Not to Suck at Divorce is sponsored by Better Health. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/NOTSUCK and get on your way to being your best self.** Why is it that we don't allow ourselves to grieve the loss of a relationship?? It's time we change that. We are chatting with Rebecca Feingloss, founder of Grieve Leave, an organization that makes grieving death, divorce, job loss, etc more accessible and without the STIGMA. Rebecca has experience grief of several levels. Yes, she's been through a divorce. She's also lost both of her parents. Her mother died when she was young and her father recently died on the first day of the COVID-19 lockdown. She ended her marriage one year after her father died. So what, actually, is grieving?? How do you grieve? Do you have to grieve? How do you know if you are grieving?? Can you grieve if you wanted the divorce?? (yes, of course) In divorce, we often will grieve the loss of what could have been...the life that we thought we were going to have... And what about our jobs and bosses understanding how to support you in your grief process?? And while we're on the topic, let's debunk the myth of the "5 Stages of Grief". Look, friends, this phrase comes from a study that was performed in the 1970's and was centered around cancer paitents. As it turns out, there are NOT "stages" of grief that you go through and then you magically "finish" the grief process. Sorry... grief is not linear. It's up and down, side to side, and is ongoing. Not everyday will be gutwrentching, but there's not "finish line". And for this reason, Grieve Leave exists. Grieve Leave offers virtual support groups for people managing the grief process. There are many different types of groups and whole lot more insight, guidance and community available. Visit them at: https://www.grieveleave.com . You can also find them on social media at: http:www.instagram.com/grieveleave And now, a word from our sponsors: Soberlink offers alcohol montitoring in the most discreet way with the highest technology. Visit: http://www.soberlink.com/notsuck Our Family Wizard is here to make coparenting EASIER (isn't that nice??) Visit http://www.ourfamilywizard.com/notsuck to get access to their newsletter. Thanks for being here, friends. Remember, we are here to support you in any way we can. If you are considering divorce and would like to be in our private community to listen to our episodes without downloading them to your device: join us here: http://www.patreon.com/notquitereadyfordivorce And if you want to join our free Facebook community, head here: http://www.facebook.com/thehownottosuckatdivorcecommunity
The Broadway Theatre in Saskatoon was the location of an award-winning film on regenerative agriculture. Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association hosted the premiere of the documentary "Common Ground" earlier this month. Derek Axten is the president of SaskSoil. He says the film examines the benefits of healthy soil and its impact on climate AND he hopes it is the jumping off point for meaningful discussion on regenerative agriculture.A new cull sow processing facility in Saskatchewan is expected to generate economic spin offs for the next 30 to 40 years. North 49 Foods is ramping up operations at its new state-of-the-art sow processing facility at Moose Jaw. The federally inspected plant is on the site of the former XL beef plant and has the capacity to process up to 225 thousand sows annually.North 49 Foods industry relations manager Neil Ketilson says the project has received tremendous support from producers and industry leaders across Western Canada.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this illuminating conversation, I had the pleasure of speaking with functional medicine practitioner Dr. Traci Potterf about the power of holistic healing for anxiety. She and I have both been helping people with anxiety and burnout in general for many years, so this was a perfect opportunity to see how our approaches align and overlap. Dr. Traci Potterf holds a PhD in Medical Anthropology and is a functional medicine practitioner with extensive training in mind-body therapies. She describes herself as an "anxiety detective" helping clients get to the root causes of anxiety. Dr. Traci teaches people to understand anxiety as the body's cry for help, not a personal failing or something you must accept lifelong. Her multifaceted, individualized programs help clients address anxiety through nutrition, lifestyle “makeovers”, stress resilience practices, and nervous system healing. After healing her own health challenges, Dr. Traci was inspired to support others on their journey to wellness. She is passionate about illuminating the path to joy, meaning, and possibility by merging ancient wisdom, emerging science, and the magic inherent in every human. Reframing Anxiety as a Health Messenger Anxiety exists on a spectrum, ranging from tension and muscle tightness to full-blown panic attacks. At the physical level, symptoms may include jaw clenching, gut issues like constipation or loose stools, headaches, insomnia, hormone imbalances, heart palpitations, and more. Mentally, anxiety manifests as excessive worry about hypothetical future scenarios, catastrophizing, ruminating on negative possibilities, and feelings of being completely overwhelmed. Our conventional medical system has wrongly pathologized anxiety as a genetic brain defect requiring medication. But humans lived for thousands of years without widespread anxiety disorders. Anxiety is simply the body's smoke alarm signaling that something is out of balance in the inner or outer terrain. The nervous system is saying "ouch" in the only way it knows how. Rather than immediately medicating to silence the nervous system's signals, we must approach anxiety as a teacher. It provides an opportunity to tune into the body's wisdom and discover what requires healing. Trying to ignore or override anxiety without addressing the root issues provoking it is like disabling a smoke detector while your house burns down. How Modern Life Impacts Our Nervous System With our epidemic of chronic stress and toxicity in the modern world, most people now live with some level of anxiety. Here are several contributing factors: · Diet high in processed foods, sugars, chemicals and industrial seed oils provokes inflammation throughout the body and brain. This impairs cellular functioning, hormone regulation, detox processes, and neurotransmitter balance. · Dehydration prevents optimal delivery of nutrients and removal of toxins. Lack of structured, energized water also reduces the voltage that powers energy flow. · Toxins like heavy metals, mold, infections from pathogens like Lyme, and EMFs directly disrupt the nervous system. They derail neurotransmitters and damage tissues. · Trapped emotions and unprocessed pain or trauma from the past remain stuck in the nervous system and bodily tissues if never addressed. This perpetual loop feeds anxiety. · Sleep deprivation and constant overstimulation from electronics disrupt natural biorhythms needed for health like cleansing cycles. This stresses physiology. · Negative thought patterns like excessive self-judgment keep us feeling unsafe and on high alert. The mind perceives threats everywhere. · Social isolation and lack of community fails to meet our core human needs for belonging and intimate connection. Lack of oxytocin and bonding creates distress. · Suppression of innate human needs for pleasure, joy, play, and meaning leads to loss of purpose. Without a felt sense of meaning, anxiety brews. Even with genetic susceptibility based on temperament, we can mitigate these lifestyle and environmental triggers through functional medicine approaches that support the body's innate wisdom. Principles of Holistic Healing Healing anxiety requires a truly holistic approach that addresses body, mind and spirit simultaneously. A foundational piece is healing and nourishing the physical body by removing sources of inflammation, promoting detoxification, and providing the building blocks for recovery. Eliminating inflammatory foods like sugars, processed carbs, industrial oils and adopting an organic whole foods diet can cool inflammation. Also adopting an organic whole foods diet centered around vegetables, healthy fats and clean proteins and staying well hydrated with clean, filtered water. Checking for infections, hormonal issues, autoimmunity, blood sugar imbalance and addressing these underlying issues provides support. Promoting hydration, key nutrients like B vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and using targeted botanicals and nutraceuticals further aids recovery. Gentle detox protocols help offload toxins and calm inflammation when indicated. Sauna therapy, massage, dry brushing, castor oil packs, and other techniques enhance detox. In the interview, Traci shares her personal journey of discovering she had mold toxicity, and how recovering from it has helped solve anxiety. Since anxiety fundamentally represents nervous system dysfunction, we must specifically heal and regulate the nervous system, not just treat the physical body. Key strategies for regulating the nervous system include: · Establishing routines aligned with natural circadian and seasonal bio-rhythms. This supports hormonal balance and healthy nervous system activity. · Optimizing sleep duration and quality allows neural regeneration and tissue repair. Melatonin and sleep hygiene practices boost sleep. · Reducing stimulation from electronics, screens, excessive noise, and artificial blue light. This calms the hyperexcited nervous system. · Engaging in play, pleasure, movement, and nature immersion practices. These discharge tension and cultivate embodiment. · Incorporating research-backed stress resilience techniques like breathwork, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, chanting, and somatic practices. These alter the brain and repattern nervous system responses. · Processing old traumas and stuck emotions through journaling, therapy, EMDR, tapping, and other energy psychology methods. Safely releasing old pain prevents anxiety. Anxiety frequently feeds on distorted, negative thought loops and unhelpful cognitive patterns. We can work to reframe anxious thinking by noticing anxious thoughts and cognitive distortions without judgment and developing the observer self. We can challenge distorted thoughts by asking questions like "Is this definitely true?" and "How do I know this to be fact rather than my fearful interpretation?" This way we can reframe anxiety narratives into more positive mental scripts aligned with self-trust. We have to be able to release limiting beliefs about our own inability to get well or successfully manage anxiety. We have to realize that we have more strength than we realize. We can also practice allowing all emotional experiences to flow through without exaggerating their meaning or significance and practicing present moment mindfulness to break identification with anxious thoughts. Since human beings are bioenergetic systems, we must also address the spiritual and energetic roots of anxiety. Spending time in nature, adopting daily pleasure practices, moving stagnant emotional energy, freeing the body through dance and creative expression, fostering community and intimacy, engaging in spiritual practices, and cultivating meaning uplift your overall frequency. Honoring the Nonlinear Journey Back to Wholeness Traci and I also talked about how true holistic living means embracing all facets of being human. This includes sitting with painful or unpleasant emotions when they arise, not just seeking high-vibe states and positivity. Avoiding our feelings can worsen anxiety. We need full expression of our inner experience and realize the importance of self-compassion when anxiety feels overwhelming. Judging or beating yourself up will only worsen matters. Each person's path is unique and nonlinear. There will invariably be ups and downs, breakthroughs and backslides as part of the journey. What matters most is continually realigning with your core values and making progress from a place of radical self-love. Expanding your self-knowledge allows you to create a lifestyle that is sustaining and enlivening for your unique mind-body needs. As you learn how to care for yourself in the ways your system requires, you will no longer need willpower or self-force to make positive choices. Pleasure, meaning, joy and health become synonymous. Investing fully in your own healing journey, though often challenging, pays exponential dividends. Having compassionate community support and guidance from skilled practitioners accelerates progress through difficult times. But at its core, healing anxiety means rediscovering your innate wholeness, remembering you are more than your anxiety. When you reclaim your power to shift your inner landscape on all levels, the physical manifestations change as well. You "feel your way free" and unlock possibility for profound holistic transformation. Dr. Doni's Approach to Anxiety I have been helping patients recover (yes recover) from anxiety and burnout for over two decades. Even though we are led to believe that anxiety is permanent, my patients have proven that is not true. I also used to experience severe anxiety myself, and that motivated me to solve it once and for all. Now I use my proven Stress Recovery Protocol to guide patients to address their mental health issues and burnout based on their Stress Type. I first recommend measuring your cortisol levels at four times of day, as well as adrenaline and neurotransmitter levels. By knowing the exact imbalances in your adrenal function and nervous system, I can then guide you to address them using amino acid therapy, as well as herbs and nutrients, known to bring cortisol, adrenaline and neurotransmitters back to optimal. I also guide you to implement my C.A.R.E. Protocol, which involves clean eating, adequate sleep, recovery activities and exercise based on your Stress Type. To give you a sense of what is involved, here is a summary of Beneficial Modalities for Healing Anxiety Naturally: Nutritional Approaches · Eliminate inflammatory foods, such as sugar, gluten, dairy, based on your food sensitivities – here is the test I recommend · Gut healing to address the gut-brain axis with herbs and digestive enzymes – find my Leaky Gut Program here · Adrenal support using adaptogens and nutrients – Based on your Stress Type® · Methylation support to optimize neurotransmitter metabolism – find my Methylation Program here · Amino acids like tryptophan, glycine, GABA for calming – Based on my Stress Recovery Protocol® Herbs and Natural Agents · Nervine herbs like passionflower, chamomile, lemon balm to soothe nerves · Adaptogens like ashwagandha, rhodiola, ginseng for resilience – Based on your Stress Type® · Support your cannabinoid system – herbs and CBD · Nootropics for cognitive support like lion's mane mushroom and more – Based on your Stress Type® · Magnesium, l-theanine, omega-3s for calming and mood regulation – Based on my Stress Recovery Protocol® Body-Centered Healing Practices · Breathwork, mindfulness meditation, chanting, yoga, and Qigong · Somatic techniques, polyvagal exercises, breathwork · Nature immersion and forest bathing to restore · Trauma release exercises, EMDR, neurofeedback · Bioenergetic therapies - acupuncture, sound healing, tapping Lifestyle and Plant Medicine Approaches · Sleep hygiene, light exposure, digital detox, balancing rest and activity · Community support, relationships, intimacy, pleasure practices · Nature immersion, gardening, grounding, ecotherapy · Creativity, dance, journaling for expression and embodiment · Psychedelic therapy with plant medicines I hope these suggestions provide a helpful starting point for those seeking to craft a personalized holistic healing program. Please reach out if you would like guidance assembling your own integrative anxiety relief toolkit. With an open heart and willing spirit, true and lasting transformation is absolutely within reach. If you would like to learn more about Dr. Traci and how she can help you, you can visit her website here. You can also connect with Dr. Traci on social media at @drtracipotterfphd (Instagram) and @Inner Genius Health with Dr.Traci Potterf, PhD (Facebook). If you want to learn more about Dr. Doni's Stress Recovery Protocol® which involves optimizing cortisol and adrenaline levels using nutrients, herbs and C.A.R.E.™, her proprietary program to support clean eating, adequate sleep, stress recovery and exercise, you can read all about it in her book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. We also invite you to listen in to Dr. Doni's FREE virtual masterclass - Calm in the Storm: Research-Backed Techniques for Healing Your Body and Mind. This masterclass will equip you with a toolbox of techniques and a personalized action plan so you can find inner peace and heal the impact of stress based on your Stress Type. You'll leave this masterclass with research-backed skills to bring calm to the chaos within - and maintain resilience in the face of external stressors. And know next steps you can take to recover. For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with Dr. Doni one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment here. We're here to help you! 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Also, if you want to learn more about how to recover from stress so that you can get back to feeling your best, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health (https://doctordoni.com/master-your-stress/). In the book, I also share the quiz I developed to help you identify how stress has affected you specifically by knowing your Stress Type. You can also take this Stress Type Quiz online (https://doctordoni.com/quiz/stress-quiz/) For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with me one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment with me here (https://doctordoni.com/work-with-me/) Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are product links and affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission at no cost to you. 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Do we ever move on from grief, or do we just learn to live with it? In Season 2 of All There Is, Anderson Cooper continues his deeply personal journey to understand his own feelings of grief in all its complexities, and in moving and honest discussions, learn from others who've experienced life-altering losses. All There Is with Anderson Cooper is about the people we lose, the people left behind, and how we can live on – with loss and with love. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When a kid loses a dad as an infant or small child, fatherlessness is all they know. A child will grow not only physically but emotionally and spiritually as well. And as they mature, their perspective and understanding of the loss experienced will also grow. God offers grace to children growing up without a dad. Processing loss by suicide adds layers to the grief process but is no match for God's mercy, compassion, and healing. You will be encouraged to hear Evan talk about: Grief in the middle school years The impact of a mentor Becoming a man without a dad Encouragement for fatherless young men Additional Resources: Christmas Hope: A morning of Comfort and Joy for single and widow moms and their fatherless children. The Impact of a Mentor with Evan Apon and Dave Inabnit Thanksgiving and Dining at the King's Table with Evan Apon Mom, you are not alone! Join our private Facebook group for more encouragement and community: https://bit.ly/widowmom For more information and helpful resources, check our website: PerspectiveMinistries.org & follow us on Instagram @PerspectiveMinistries.
In this episode, Chloe and Brook talk about a new private class action lawsuit, Brown v. JBS, et al. The plaintiffs allege that fifteen of the country's largest protein processing companies engaged in wage-fixing in their nationwide beef and pork processing plants. Hosted by Chloe Marie, Research Specialist—With Brook Duer, Staff Attorney—Produced by Chloe Marie, Written by Brook Duer Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law https://aglaw.psu.edu/ Follow us on Twitter: @AgShaleLaw Like us on Facebook: Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law This material is based upon work supported by the National Agricultural Library, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
In episode 97, host Jon Wood speaks with AORN's Senior Perioperative Practice Specialist, Amber Wood, about the AORN guidelines writing process and the documents' relevance to Sterile Processing (SP) practices. Amber also addresses how others can become involved in the AORN guideline-writing process. Earn CE Now
Anectodical Evidence continues to remain the one of the most common forms of Bigfoot evidence! Some stories seem so Fantastic/Incredible to as to promote Incredulity Bias (WTF!) In this scientifically controversial 9th show, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Eye Movement Tracking will be explored as a Psychological BS Detector to determine whether the story teller is "remembering events" being told, or "constructing" new events in the process of the story telling!!!!We will reverse the Story/Science format of my show to that of a Science/story format An NLP eye-movement chart will be presented, which along with good listening, allows us to assess the individual's primary sensory information process modality and if they are "Remembering" or "Constructing" the story; thus informing validity issues related to such incredible stories. This system has been supported through scientific research which will be reviewed, but has also been roundly criticized in the psychological literature as an invalid Pseudoscience.I will then tell stories from a recent BFRO expedition followed by my experiences on a private expedition with my research partner, Craig Roach! One of these stories will be a misleading story, and audience participants will use this NLP system in a mini-experiment to see if you are able to detect which of the stories that I tell is misleading!!! Should be fun to put this “NLP BS Detector” to the test!!!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4602609/advertisement
It seems like everyone around me is dying as I grow older. It's a lot to process and has led me on a journey of looking into the 5 stages of grief and finding a 6th stage too. I think about the stage that I'm in versus others around me and how that affects our interactions with one another. Key Takeaways: [1:21] My friend Rusty died from cancer and his wife died too [3:15] Knowing someone's going to die versus it being unexpected [4:51] All these people in my life are passing away [5:57] Eric Erickson's stages of development [14:37] The stage that I'm in now [17:40] The final stages [21:38] People's responses to my book [25:14] The 6th stage of grief and what's wrong with the 5 stages [31:26] Processing the messy middle [34:29] Renovating Mr. Luti's house [39:55] I'm processing a lot of emotion right now Resources: Buy Motherland here Finding Meaning book On Death and Dying book More Milk Please podcast CrossFit Lady podcast Connect with Barb: Website Facebook Instagram Be a guest on the podcast YouTube The Molly B Foundation
S2E20 - In this episode, we reveal the hurtful truth behind worldly personality quizzes and tests that seek to define us. Am I weird for being more quiet and reserved? Am I annoying for being more outwardly expressive? What's the perfect personality trait combination? If we set our minds on what God says about the way He created us, we will find peace with our uniqueness and unity with one another! Subscribe to our emails and explore our blog and shop at reallivefaith.com Follow us on Instagram: @reallivefaith.co Follow us on Facebook: @reallivefaith.co Subscribe to our YouTube: @reallivefaith Follow us on Pinterest: @reallivefaith Follow us on Gab Social: @RealLiveFaith
Hi friends! It's been a while! I've been busy with Wish House, so wanted to chat about the process, lessons, and some weird timeline hopping situations (helloooo new bodyyy!!!) Subscribe for exclusive content at the one stop shop for your self care, spiritual curiosities, and psychic expansion needs- https://www.channelwithamber.com/subscribe To work with me or learn more about my services, visit https://www.channelwithamber.com/ and follow me on Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/channelwithamber Want to support my podcast? You can buy me a coffee by visiting this link! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/channelwithamb Theme song: "A Mystical Experience" by Unicorn Heads- https://www.instagram.com/unicornheads/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/channelwithamber/support
Hey Heal Squad, this Monday chat features Maria navigating another health scare. She discusses how to process bad news when it comes, the 'life force' has in your health, the book Liver Rescue and the surprising role the liver may be playing in health woes. She also shares her powerful conversation with Gabby Bernstein, the power of surrender, talking to your brain and body in order to heal, and following the breadcrumbs to achieve optimal health. Oh yeah, and Maria's thoughts on being part of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Heal on! Processing bad news and going into producer mode. What is your life force? The book Liver Rescue. Hollywood Walk of Fame discussion. How the liver affects so many parts of our health from mystery sore throats to depression and more... Is your liver starving and is it being deprived of critical clean carbohydrates? The power of eating apples. Taking to the brain in prayer and meditation. Gabby Bernstein always checks in at the right time. If you don't surrender, you stop the miracle from happening. Sometimes we are brought to the very issue that needs our attention. Talking to your organs. Embracing what you love while limiting what you don't as part of healing. Christmas Specials We Love https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-christmas-specials-we-love/id1651505290 HEAL SQUAD SOCIALS IG: https://www.instagram.com/healsquad/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@healsquadxmaria HEAL SQUAD RESOURCES: Website: https://www.mariamenounos.com Curated Macy's Page: https://www.macys.com/healsquad Rosetta Stone: https://www.rosettastone.com/healsquad 40% off Noom: https://www.noom.com Just Thrive: https://justthrivehealth.com and use promo code: HEALSQUAD 20% off your first 90-day bottle of Just Calm and Just Thrive Probiotic ABOUT MARIA MENOUNOS: Emmy Award-winning journalist, TV personality, actress, 2x NYT best-selling author, former pro-wrestler and brain tumor survivor, Maria Menounos' passion is to see others heal and to get better in all areas of life. ABOUT HEAL SQUAD x MARIA MENOUNOS: A daily digital talk-show that brings you the world's leading healers, experts, and celebrities to share groundbreaking secrets and tips to getting better in all areas of life. DISCLAIMER: This Podcast and all related content [published or distributed by or on behalf of Maria Menounos or Mariamenounos.com] is for informational purposes only and may include information that is general in nature and that is not specific to you. Any information or opinions provided by guest experts or hosts featured within website or on Company's Podcast are their own; not those of Maria Menounos or the Company. Accordingly, Maria Menounos and the Company cannot be responsible for any results or consequences or actions you may take based on such information or opinions. If you have, or suspect you may have, a health-care emergency, please contact a qualified health care professional for treatment.
Picture this: you, your firearm, and the challenge of a lifetime as you embark on a quest to bag the big one—no, scratch that—the colossal thirty-point buck and you're the lucky hunter that harvests this legendary buck. But now what? Do you send it off to the processor after many photos to brag to your friends? Well why not process the deer yourself. Processing your own deer, from field to table, can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience for many hunters. Emily Iehl, hunting and shooting sports program specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says, “beyond the satisfaction of completing the entire journey of harvesting an animal, there are numerous benefits, ranging from cost-effectiveness to the respect shown towards the animal.” The actual processing involves several steps, starting with field dressing and hanging the deer to facilitate cooling. Careful skinning, removing lower legs, extracting tenderloins and back straps, and trimming the shoulders and hindquarters follow. Efficient packaging, whether using saran wrap, butcher paper, ziploc bags, or a vacuum sealer, is key to preserving the meat and preventing freezer burn.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Mike sat down with author & journalist Ethan Sacks to talk about his new indie mini-series; A Haunted Girl, his Star Wars comics, including Bounty Hunters and more! In more detail, the duo start with Ethan's writing style and how he has written comics, how his journey from journalist to comic book writer has changed his involvement in the fandom, Ethan's relationship with his dad and Star Wars, Ethan's creative process, how Ethan has processed trauma through writing, Ethan's collaborations with Paolo Villanelli, plus 4-LOM & Zuckuss. Ethan then talks in-depth about his comic A Haunted Girl along with his journey with his daughter through some difficult times. The conversation draws to a close after talking about Ethan's COVID and Climate Crisis Chronicles - this conversation is perfect for Star Wars & indie comic fans, aspiring writers or those suffering with mental health issues. Mike spoke with Paolo Villanelli in November 2021, listen to or watch their conversation here: https://pod.fo/e/100f81 - https://youtu.be/NMmzZlsNdo4 Make sure you check out all 5 episodes of Mike, Maff & Dave's show; Rebels Reviewed, so listen to their thoughts on seasons 1, 2, 3 & 4 and a bonus prediction/wrap-up episode for Ahsoka, all found on any podcast app and on YouTube: https://pod.fo/e/1defff - https://youtu.be/BrZrvENUlTM Star Wars: Ahsoka has now finished, so you can check out every other episode of Mike's discussion shows, with Dave & Maff each making appearances - listen on the podcast feed of Comics In Motion or watch on YouTube; https://pod.fo/e/1f4b32 & https://youtu.be/6mGPxSnMxhw Sign up to the Pop Culture Collective newsletter here to keep up to date with Mike and other incredible creator's many releases: https://pccnewsletter.com In the previous episode of GCC, Dave, Maff, Megan & Mike go back to 1999 with the first of the controversial Prequel Trilogy; The Phantom Menace! The episode serves as a soft lead into the Clone Wars animated series, which Dave, Maff & Mike will be delving into in 2024 – Maff hasn't watched the prequel trilogy in many years, while Mike is a staunch defender, so tune in to hear; is Phantom Menace actually any good? If you want FREE BONUS CONTENT, please screenshot your reviews & ratings of the show and send them to Mike via social media or email and he'll send you an episode of Afterthoughts of your choosing! To support Mike, as well as rating/reviewing, you can share the show on social media or support financially! You can give a one-off payment/donation at https://ko-fi.com/genuinechitchat or you can subscribe monthly at https://Patreon.com/GenuineChitChat - either option will give you access to the exclusive “Afterthoughts” episodes. Patreons get access to weekly episodes plus every past episode (even when paying £1 a month) while Ko-fi tippers will be able to choose some episodes, depending on how much they give - any and all support of this nature is hugely appreciated! MORE GUEST SPOTS & FREE CONTENT: Mike (& Megan) appeared on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores to compare the two Day of The Dead movies Coco & The Book Of Life: https://pod.fo/e/1fdd53 Mike appeared on Back To The Filmography to talk about Jason Statham's only animated movie to date; Gnomeo & Juliet: https://pod.fo/e/1f9f28 Mike spoke with Thomas Rochester of Reckless Rebellion to talk about the 3 Thrawn book trilogies: https://pod.fo/e/1df29c Mike also appeared on Star Wars Timeline to talk about Ahsoka, as part of the #RoadToAhsoka: https://youtu.be/-qo3tVHyC1U Find Mike's other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion or on GCC's YouTube channel. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-141 are out now; ep 141 are Clone Wars stories you've likely not heard of, in ep 140 Mike explains how Luke Skywalker obtained his green lightsaber crystal, ep 139 finished the Yoda mini-series and ep 138 were the prior 2020 Star Wars comics featuring Luke, Lando & Leia! Previous episodes include the Hidden Empire crossovers, every canon Star Wars comic by Marvel, full High Republic coverage (book reviews & comics) & much more - https://podfollow.com/comicsinmotion Find all of Mike's social media & other links at https://linktr.ee/GenuineChitChat or Instagram – Twitter – Facebook – YouTube – Stitcher – Podbean – Spotify
Today we'll be walking through a guided meditation for when you find yourself either just now starting to think about tackling your childhood wounds or it's a lingering wave over your life that you come back to time and again.resources:Sixteen guided meditations: https://elisabethklein.com/guided-meditations/Pause app: https://www.pauseapp.com/for 10% off your first month of Better Help online therapy: https://betterhelp.com/allthattosay Childhood Wounds e-course: https://bit.ly/PAY-WHAT-YOU-WANT-FOR-ALMOST-EVERYTHING Marriage Methods e-course: https://bit.ly/marriage-methods-pwycRelationships 201 e-course: https://bit.ly/PAY-WHAT-YOU-WANT-FOR-ALMOST-EVERYTHING WholeHearted Project: https://elisabethklein.com/product/the-wholehearted-projectFacebook group for all women: https://elisabethklein.com/join-wholehearted-group/fill out this coaching survey and I'll respond with a custom coaching proposal: bit.ly/how-is-your-life-working --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/elisabeth-klein/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/elisabeth-klein/support
Dr. Ellen Braaten describes slow processing speed in children — what it is and how it shows up—and gives her insights on how parents (and teachers) can best support kids for whom this is a challenge. She also gives us insight into her book, "Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The war within others in our lives can be transferred to us if we're not aware of our emotional, inner landscape. These wars within, within those that when born we were placed in, can become our war. I don't really conclude anything, but the topic points may drive you yo some positive conclusions for your own life. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yolanda254/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yolanda254/support
In this episode of the Play Therapy Podcast, I address a question from Marisol, a newcomer to play therapy, who's working in a community impacted by a traumatic school shooting incident. We delve into understanding trauma in the playroom, emphasizing that the child-centered approach remains consistent even with kids who have experienced trauma. Exploring nuances in handling recent traumatic events versus a history of trauma, I highlight the importance of building trust and rapport with these children, who might be slower to establish connections due to guardedness for self-preservation. Stressing the child's autonomy, I discuss how kids naturally bring forth trauma when they're ready, guiding their healing process through play. I outline methods to support kids processing trauma, emphasizing the significance of providing a safe space and unconditional acceptance in the playroom. Podcast HQ: https://www.playtherapypodcast.com Play Therapy Training HQ: https://www.playtherapynow.com Email me: email@example.com Follow me on Twitter: @thekidcounselor https://twitter.com/thekidcounselor References: Cochran, N., Nordling, W., & Cochran, J. (2010). Child-Centered Play Therapy (1st ed.). Wiley. VanFleet, R., Sywulak, A. E., & Sniscak, C. C. (2010). Child-centered play therapy. Guilford Press. Landreth, G. L. (2002). Play therapy: The art of the relationship (2nd ed.). Brunner-Routledge. Bratton, S. C., Landreth, G. L., Kellam, T., & Blackard, S. R. (2006). Child parent relationship therapy (CPRT) treatment manual: A 10-session filial therapy model for training parents. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. Benedict, Helen. Themes in Play Therapy. Used with permission to Heartland Play Therapy Institute.
Putting the therapy in ‘Grape Therapy' today… Gayane Aramyan, LMFT, who specializes in supporting women through significant life transitions and challenges is here to explain what emotional flooding is and walk us all through how to navigate tough situations such as a heated argument, comparing yourself to others on social media, or running into an ex-partner. So, let's learn how to better regulate our emotions, enjoy healthier relationships, and live our best lives – together! Visit therapywithgayane.com for more Gayane. Thank you to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the Vinos: WELLA ULTIMATE HAIR REPAIR – Get 10% off your order when you use code 10VINE at www.wella.com . LOFT – $25 off your full price purchase with code OFFTHEVINE . Offer valid 11/9/23 through 1/1/2024 at 2:59am ET only at LOFT.com when you enter code OFFTHEVINE at checkout. Valid on in-stock full price merchandise, excluding sneak preview, third-party merchandise, and cashmere. Total full price purchase must exceed $25 before taxes and shipping & handling are applied. Offer not combinable with total store promotions, free shipping on qualifying orders of $99+ or other discounts unless otherwise stated. In the event of a return, discount will be deducted from refund and may not be re-used. Not redeemable for cash. May not be applied towards payments on outstanding credit balances, purchases of gift cards or e-gift cards, or, except as stated in our Return Policy, adjustments to prior purchases, returns, or exchanges. CLARINS – Use code VINE23 at checkout for 10% off and a free 7-piece gift of skincare products. ANGI – Your home for everything home.
In this CE-approved episode of Articles On-The-Go, Hank Balch discusses the career advancement opportunities the "Great Resignation" presented for Sterile Processing professionals: -- "If you are willing to stick with your current employer through this season of employment upheaval, you position yourself very powerfully to be strongly considered for that next step up the department career ladder. Job descriptions and role requirements that were written in the previous job market, with a heavy emphasis on certain credentials and many years of experience, are now..." To listen to the full episode click here. To read this article, take the CE quiz & download your certificate, click here. Stay tuned for new CE-approved Articles On-the-Go releasing each week! Bookmark our new AOTG CE page here: https://www.beyondcleanmedia.com/articles-on-the-go #FightingDirty #HankBalch #BeyondClean #WeFightDirty™ Click To Subscribe on YouTube, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Spotify or Visit Our Website!
In the accounting and accounts payable space, strong internal controls are the unsung heroes of any organization's accounting invoice processing, safeguarding against the deadly trio of errors, fraud, and duplicate payments. In a world where one slip of the hand can end up costing millions, strong invoice processing is critical. Let's look at the components that will safeguard your organization, including one discussed at the end that most don't even realize is actually a control. #accountspayable #invoice #accountspayableprocess Accounts payable invoice processing internal controls for everyone. Link to Rookie Invoice Processing Mistakes https://youtu.be/SwEl15hXI38 Looking for more of the most current business intelligence about + Best practices around your payment and accounts payable function + Current and new fraud protection protocols + The newest technology impacting your accounting, accounts payable, and payment functions + Career advancement +And much more!! Subscribe for more tips and insights like this: https://www.youtube.com/APNow?sub_confirmation=1 +++++++++++++++++++++++ See most recent videos at: https://www.youtube.com/@APNow/videos See all short tips at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-He5ELp9TP3wqQdHIbfIcFAB Learn more about AP Best Practices; Playlist at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-HcvMSJTdNs0BCQJ0Ivb4l9V Learn more about Internal Controls in AP; Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-HdV9JIterJ-bf6TwMset_z_ Looking for Automation insights: Playlist at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-Hf_cZwQOcDZrYV4dA0oDVby Other ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Website: https://www.ap-now.com/ Linkedin AP Now: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ap-now/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Accountspayable More about Mary Schaeffer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/accountspayable Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AccPayNow
For today's episode, I want to continue the work we started last month in processing our emotions. An essential understanding of this work is the difference between regulating and processing our emotions. In this episode, I explore what emotional regulation is and why it is necessary, and I share some techniques you can use to regulate your emotions. Once you can move to a more regulated state, you can process your emotions and make sense of them. These skills are vital in dealing with our world and our lives. Learning about how you can regulate and process your emotions can improve your response to heightened situations. As part of this episode, I walk through a recent example with my daughter, where I wasn't regulated and I responded in the moment. However, what I did next allowed me to demonstrate that I have the capacity to regulate my emotions and process my response to difficult or frightening situations. If you want to work through this further and invest in more than just surface-level solutions, I invite you to join me for coaching in 2024. I work with clients who want to dig deeper into their patterns and beliefs, and craft a narrative that propels them into a life that blows their mind. Client spots for 2024 are filling up, so if you're interested, sign up for the interest list now! Connect with Brittny:Instagram: @brittnyking_Website: www.brittnyking.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
What if you not only understood the process of death and what happens afterward, but also released your fear surrounding it? What if you could navigate through grief in a healthy way and learn to honor the lives and transitions of your ancestors? Wherever you are in the world, I invite you to take a deep breath, let the outside world fade away, and tune in with me. Together in this episode of the Sovereign Woman Academy, we'll delve into the heart of November's astrological energies and understand why it's time to honor the cycle of life and death, acknowledge our past, and carve a path toward healing—to disrupt the patterns of ancestral karmic emotional pain.And in this episode we are diving deep into the realms of understanding death and grief to break the cycle. Join us as we explore: -The intertwining paths of grief and acceptance in the wake of personal losses.-Insights from my Kundalini yoga therapist certification focused on life transitions. -My journey to Costa Rica and a full moon eclipse ceremony experience with Mother Ayahuasca. -Celebrating Dia de los Muertos and connecting with ancestral spirits. -November's astrological outlook and it's theme around death and resurrection Let's do this. Thank you for Subscribing and tuning in to this very candid conversation about life's most profound transition. Sat Nam Follow me on Instagram: @veronicabarraganiam Follow me on Facebook : @veronicabarraganiam Follow me on Tik Tok: @veronicabarraganiam Sovereign Woman Academy to Disrupt Ancestral Karmic Patterns of Emotional Pain: www.veronicabarraganiam.com/swa --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sovereignwoman/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sovereignwoman/support
Tubist Jarrett McCourt (Tuba & Euphonium professor, UMKC) joined Alex on the podcast this month to discuss self-care, recharging, how trauma is processed, and much more! Learn more about Jarrett at www.jarrettmccourt.com. Our previous episode with Jarrett can be found here.
Trauma is a complex phenomenon that goes beyond just the stereotypical "big" events. It encompasses a wide range of experiences, including what some might consider smaller stressors. In its broader definition, trauma includes any experience that overwhelms us, whether it's too much, too soon, too much for too long, or too little for too long. Moreover, it is vital to recognize that the impact of trauma is not limited to mental health but also has a profound physical effect on the body. To foster a more trauma-informed society, we must create a supportive and sensitive environment where people can receive the understanding and care they need to heal. In this episode, we want to help listeners gain valuable insights into the transformative power of trauma-informed care and bottom-up approaches to mental health. We'll explore success stories, practical techniques, and ways to overcome stigma, all to foster a deeper understanding of how these approaches can bring about positive change in individuals' lives. The discussion also touches on the importance of recognizing and understanding trauma, the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and the significance of having a safe and supportive person or environment to process trauma. Tune in today as we embark on this enlightening exploration, providing valuable insights and empowering knowledge. Today, we're joined by Kerry Whiteley, a pre-licensed professional, counselor, facilitator, and engaging speaker guiding individuals on a journey of uncovering hidden strengths, rewriting narratives, processing trauma, and honing new skills. With a unique blend of Somatic Integration and Processing, Mindfulness-based CBT, EMDR, Complex Trauma Treatment, and an array of other transformative techniques, Kerry's approach is a wellspring of healing. Kerry firmly believes in the unconquerable human spirit, showcasing the resilience that empowers individuals to conquer even the most daunting circumstances. "The broad definition of trauma is anything that is too much too soon, too much for too long, or too little for too long." – Kerry Whiteley Show Highlights: (00:00:00) Episode disclaimer, highlight, and introduction (00:03:01) Welcoming today's guest, Kerry Whiteley. (00:06:00) Who is Kerry Whiteley? (00:11:28) Reconsider the diagnosis approach. (00:13:44) The importance of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (00:15:52) What truly is trauma? (00:19:58) The Adverse Childhood Experiences (00:22:12) The Body Keeps the Score (00:23:49) What does it mean to be trauma-informed? (00:28:51) This episode is powered by Speaks to Inspire, the mental health solution for young adults suffering in silence. Speaks 2 Inspire works with colleges and universities to create and implement safe, comprehensive programs for campuses nationwide. (00:29:36) How can educators create a safe place for their students? (00:32:25) Introduce journaling as a therapeutic practice (00:36:32) Exploring trauma-informed care (00:39:42) How can EMDR transform trauma? (00:43:15) Not all therapists are created equally. (00:46:55) How has Kerry's counseling impacted people's lives? (00:51:20) How can we eradicate mental health stigma? (00:54:38) What is mental health to Kerry Whiteley? (00:56:20) Where to connect with Kerry? (00:59:13) If you need that support for your mental health, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by calling 9-8-8 now. For local and national resources, go to http://www.speaks2inspire.com/resources. Join the Unlearn the Lies About Mental Health Facebook group: https://bit.ly/UTLcommunity. Key Takeaways: "Everyone experiences some level of trauma, and that trauma affects not just our mental state and psychological state, but it manifests within the body as well." – Abraham Sculley "Trauma is anything that overwhelms the system, and the nervous system can't seem to get regulated." – Kerry Whiteley "When we have an adverse childhood experience, it's been linked to chronic health problems, mental illness, and substance misuse in adulthood. The higher your ACE score, the higher your chance of suffering from psychological or medical problems in adulthood." – Kerry Whiteley "If you had somebody supportive and secure to process and hold you through that, that could mitigate the effect of trauma. We can truly experience almost anything if we have someone to navigate it with us." – Kerry Whiteley "Being a teacher in a school doesn't ensure that a student will watch it, walk into your classroom, and feel safe. It was something about your presence." – Kerry Whiteley "I want to be mindful of what I say so that it's not triggering for anyone." – Abraham Sculley "Life doesn't have to be the way that it's always been for you." – Abraham Sculley "If we can step back and give people space to have their own experience and be potentially that supportive soft place to process things, I feel like that would make a difference." – Kerry Whiteley "Mental health is developing an intimate relationship with yourself, getting to know who you are from the bottom up." – Kerry Whiteley Connect with Kerry via the following: · Website: https://maitricounselingcenter.com/ · Email: email@example.com . Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kwhiteley78/ . LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerry-whiteley-36b40315a/ . CTA: Mental Health Resource List: https://speaks2inspire.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/PDF-Mental-health-resources-Created-by-Speaks-2-Inspire.pdf Unlearn the Lies About Mental Health is Hosted by Abraham Sculley. · Contact Speaks 2 Inspire to learn about S2I programs: https://speaks2inspire.com/services/. · Mental health resources for students: https://speaks2inspire.com/resources/. · Connect with Abraham on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abrahamsculley/. · Order a copy of Unlearn the Lies at https://amzn.to/32B2jRh. · Join the Unlearn the Lies About Mental Health Facebook group: https://bit.ly/UTLcommunity. 14 Ways to Support Your Students' Mental Health [free guide] - https://bit.ly/mentalhealthguide4 This episode is powered by Speaks 2 Inspire, the mental health solution for young adults suffering in silence. Speaks 2 Inspire works with colleges and universities to create and implement safe, comprehensive programs for campuses across the nation. If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, don't hesitate to get in touch with the Crisis Text Line by texting "Home" to 741741 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by calling 1-800-273-8255.
As people all over the world grieve and struggle, KP invites you to take a moment to reflect, meditate, pray, manifest and grapple with the question of what those of us who are not there can do. Links and Resources from this episode: The Inside Story Podcast: What Influence Can International Opinion Have on the War In Gaza? [Al Jazeera] Jewish Voice for Peace Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fighting and Healing from White Supremacy by Rachel Ricketts @officialjakegyllenhalal MC Abdul Thank you to all of the friends of KP who lent their voices and their experiences to this episode.
Kevin Sheehan, Senior Director of Processing and Engagement at the National Pork Board, talks about pork options for families during the holiday season.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 113 – Expectation Frustration and Processing EmotionsIn today's podcast, I'll be answering the following questions:1. I'm so disappointed in my wife. She is so disorganized and I feel like I'm picking up the slack when I get home from work. If she would be better about having the stuff like the laundry done, picking up the kids toys, having dinner made before I get home, I wouldn't be so mad. I get so frustrated when I come home every day and it's the same thing over and over again. This has been going on for years now and it's just getting worse. What should I do to get her more organized?2. I have 5 kids and 3 of them don't go to church anymore. The other 2 are on the fence and honestly I'm not sure where they will end up. We have a daughter that is gay and she has a partner we love. I'm not struggling with my kids not going to church or having a gay daughter. I still go to church and it's so hard for me to listen to how other people talk about LGBTQ people. They say the most judgmental things and the worst part of it is that they don't even hear the words that are coming out of their own mouth and how judgmental and mean they sound. I leave church in tears most of the time. I get emotional when I speak up, and I know if I said something back to the people making rude comments, that I would just cry the whole way through. I don't know what to do. I feel like the church is my spiritual home, but I don't feel welcome in my home anymore. It's a painful place to be. I'm not sure what my question is, but I just want to feel better.I'll be running this “Ask Me Anything” series for the month of November 2023. To submit your question and get an answer on the podcast, CLICK HERE Tina Gosney is a certified life and relationship coach. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and helps with families who are experiencing relationship challenges because of LGBTQ, faith challenges, and other issues facing LDS families today. She is a positivity practitioner and is a trauma informed coach. Visit tinagosney.com for more information
What are the grounds for processing personal Data in Digital Personal Data Protection Bill India? Does every company need DPO? Let us understand the answers to these questions in this audio. This is a trailer for the main episode that will be released next week and will cover all requirements of the DPDP bill of India. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fit4privacy/message
In this CE-approved episode of Articles On-The-Go, Hank Balch discusses why IFUs, not sales reps, should be trusted when it comes to instrument reprocessing: -- “…it is imperative that we build a culture and expectation among our team that we welcome rep-based education, but always take everything we hear with a big grain of salt. In other words, listen for insights, but verify everything with a more reliable external source (more on that in a moment).” To listen to the full episode click here. To read this article, take the CE quiz & download your certificate, click here. Stay tuned for new CE-approved Articles On-the-Go releasing each week! Bookmark our new AOTG CE page here: https://www.beyondcleanmedia.com/articles-on-the-go #FightingDirty #HankBalch #BeyondClean #WeFightDirty™ Click To Subscribe on YouTube, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Spotify or Visit Our Website!
This week, Jordan joins Cade in the lab to discuss how the information from last week's episode on hop kilining temperature can be applied to growing and processing hops at home. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today.
In this episode, Kristen talks with Dr. Raja Selvam, a licensed clinical psychologist and creator of integral somatic psychology. They discuss the power of feeling and processing emotions throughout the body. integralsomaticpsychology.com Subscribe and get a free 5-day journal at www.kristendboice.com to begin closing the chapter on what doesn't serve you and open the door to the real you. This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about ideas on stress management and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not psychotherapy/counseling in any form. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment. For my full Disclaimer please go to www.kristendboice.com. For counseling services near Indianapolis, IN, visit www.pathwaystohealingcounseling.com. Pathways to Healing Counseling's vision is to provide warm, caring, compassionate and life-changing counseling services and educational programs to individuals, couples and families in order to create learning, healing and growth.
**Trigger warning** This episode comes with a warning about birth trauma and recovery. Please give it a miss if you think it might be hard to listen to. Welcome to this week's moment episode, where I speak with the incredible Illiyin Morrison. Illy is an author and mother of two. She is also a midwife, specialising in postpartum recovery and care, facilitating birth debriefs. Illy supports couples and birthing parents as well as non-birthing parents with an awareness that perinatal trauma affects all parties. I hope you enjoy this episode. Continue the Conversation Come engage with Zoe and our community over on Instagram for inspiration, tips, and sometimes a bit of humour to get us through our day - @zoeblaskey Join our mailing list to receive news, updates and new episode releases: https://mailchi.mp/motherkind/motherkind-mailing-list Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Last Wednesday evening, October 25, 2023, Tony Overbay, LMFT, and Joshua Shea traded text messages as they often do on Wednesday to discuss whether or not they were going to meet virtually early Thursday morning as they continue to work on various projects around their best-selling book, “He's a Porn Addict Now What? An Expert and a Former Addict Answer Your Questions.” The text conversations took an abrupt turn as Josh was alerted by an emergency broadcast on his phone and through social media that 40-year-old Maine National Guard reservist Robert Card went on two shooting rampages, killing 18 people and wounding 13 with the second only a mile away from Shea's home in Lewiston, Maine. Several days later, Josh and Tony get together to attempt to navigate the complex emotional landscape of discussing such a horrifying event, underscoring the importance of approaching the subject with the utmost sensitivity, empathy, and respect. Tony and Josh dive deep into Shea's personal experiences during the incident and its aftermath. As a former news reporter, Shea candidly shares the surreal emotional and psychological journey he took, contrasting his past experiences running towards crises as part of his job to now sheltering at home in fear and uncertainty. Shea reveals the emotional rollercoaster he's been on: from survivor guilt and concern for his family's safety to the struggles of processing such an immense tragedy, including what the future looks like when an event that we hear about unfortunately far too often actually happens in an area that you know so well. The conversation touches on the psychological toll of collective traumatic experiences, like 9/11 and the COVID-19 pandemic, and the long-lasting effects they have on individuals and entire communities. The episode wraps up with insightful conversations around coping mechanisms and the critical importance of mental health support in the wake of traumatic events. This episode serves as a sobering but necessary dialogue on the unpredictable nature of life and the importance of mental and emotional preparedness while understanding that everybody has their own experience and that there truly is no “correct” way to grieve. It's an episode that invites the audience not just to hear but to listen, reflect, and possibly find solace in shared human experiences. Please visit Tony's linktree to find out more about his various other projects or to sign up for his mailing list to get the latest on courses, podcasts, and more https://linktr.ee/virtualcouch