In this episode Gordon talks with Dr. Amy Fortney Parks about the new supervision directory she started, clinicalsupervisiondirectory.com some of her motivation around starting this new directory. Amy and Gordon delve into how supervision can help you grow your practice plus help in "paying it forward" in our professions as counselors, therapists and social workers. Amy and Gordon talk about some of the struggles of licensure portability and how we can be better advocates of our professions as counselors and therapists. They also discuss how providing internships in your practice can solve the problem of therapist shortages and give new graduates and opportunity to grow and build their careers. Supervision not only help new counselors and therapists reach their goal of licensure, but it also helps build our professions and give clinicians multiple ways to grow their careers. Read more... Resources Mentioned: Dr. Amy's Resources The Clinical Supervision Directory The Wise Family Resources Join The Practice Launch Club Today! (Use promo code PLC22 until 12/31/22 to get membership for just $59 a month) TherapyNotes.com (Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free.) Find Other Great Podcasts on the PsychCraft Network Today! Be A Podcast Guest Practice of Therapy Community The Course: Google Workspace for Therapists Follow @PracticeofTherapy on Instagram Meet Gordon Brewer, MEd, LMFT Gordon is the person behind The Practice of Therapy Podcast & Blog. He is also President and Founder of Kingsport Counseling Associates, PLLC. He is a therapist, consultant, business mentor, trainer, and writer. PLEASE Subscribe to The Practice of Therapy Podcast wherever you listen to it. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter @therapistlearn, and Pinterest, “Like” us on Facebook.
Content Warning: This episode does include a discussion of mental illness, depression, and suicide.Disclaimer: Discussions about mental health are personal and unique. In this podcast, Meghan is not acting as a therapist or providing therapy in any capacity. This podcast covers broad discussions of topics related to mental health and is not intended to serve as therapy or a replacement for therapy. Views and experiences expressed by Meghan are her own and do not represent the field of counseling. This week we welcome back Dr. Meghan Breedlove to discuss seeking out a therapy experience that fits YOU. Not only do we talk about what to look for in the process of finding a therapist but also what to look for once you've started having visits with your mental health professional.Spoiler: It's okay to re-evaluate after a few sessions to be sure you and your therapist or counselour are a good fit for each other. Meghan Breedlove Bio:Meghan Breedlove is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio. She graduated with her Masters in Human Development and Family Science with a specialization in Sexuality Studies from The Ohio State University. She also graduated from Arizona State University with a Masters in Clinical Counseling and is currently a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at The Ohio State University. Her dissertation is focused on using restorative justice practices to repair harm and resolve conflicts among individuals in school settings. Meghan has worked with couples, adults, teenagers, and families in various settings. She has experience empowering clients to resolve relationship issues and family conflicts, navigate major life transitions, explore values and career interests, build communication skills, and cope with anxiety and depression. She believes in the importance of creating, communicating, and maintaining healthy boundaries in all aspects in life and seeks to support clients in this process. Meghan uses a range of interventions in therapy and is flexible in her approach depending on the needs of the client. She uses a Client-Centered approach and draws on techniques from Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Reality Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy in her work with clients. Show resources:https://www.psychologytoday.com/Support the show via social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TailsFromRVT Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TailsFromAVetTechPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tailsfromavettech
This is the full (audio) episode to the series on The Sentencing Foundation. Today we feature a powerful story from Suavo Gonzales, an ex-offender on life-time parole. who is now a Pulitzer Prize Winner. Question, how many ex-offenders are there in Philadelphia alone? 275, 000, most of whom are Black/Brown peoples from communities ravished by poverty, low incomes and rising crime and violence. We did a podcast series on What's Life Like in Philadelphia, where many people suggested a fathers' movement as younger men are beset by crime/violence & are lacking responsible fathers. However, many fathers are incarcerated & the lack of resources for ex-offenders create further challenges in rehabilitation. Thus, the cycle of incarcerations from lack of fathers continues. However, judges are coming together to help with not just locking up offenders but creating a way that rehabilitates offenders; so, that they can re-enter society with resources to provide for themselves, their families and communities. Suavo, a former in-mate who is now on Parole, shares his powerful story, how his parole/re-entry in society was not easy, yet was able to access resources despite uncertainty/lack that has helped him to become an empowering figure to other parolees, a ghost-writer of several books and a Pulitzer Prize Winner of a successful podcast with a successful career at a college. Suavo was at the web launch and made a vital comment about the importance of the foundation that without opportunities then those coming back into society or people on a whole can't live responsible and effective lives advancing society. Therefore, the foundation plays a pivotal role in raising awareness about mass incarcerations and provide resources that help the Resource-Based Sentencing and Supervision to provide resources to in-mates, ex-offenders and parolees. The series will feature one more powerful story from an ex-offender who is now running her own re-entry programs in Philadelphia. In addition, the series is an audio podcast series with two bonus episodes that feature the two stories from ex-offenders who shares how access to resources help them to overcome the odds and are now effective members of society working for change. It is important to point out here, in relation to Suavo's statement about providing opportunity and its lack in society, Equal opportunity is an afront to inequality and advantage that some have and want to maintain. So, if providing opportunities means others will come up, then those who are ahead, which is the case in society, may be suspicious of the competition from the uprising based in opportunity and equal access, and may be slow to provide any opportunity and or may prefer to limit opportunity. So, it will be interesting to follow how this effort will take shape and whether it will find support in other communities/nationwide. We also feature the Directors of the Program and explore voting & political will. Renaldo McKenzie is Creator and Host of The Neoliberal Round Podcast, which is available anywhere you get your stream, including Anchor.fm. Spotify, Apple Podcast, Amazon Music, Radio Public, Google Podcast, Podvine, the Audible, I-Heart Radio, the Alexa App, renaldocmckenzie.com, theneoliberal.com etc. Renaldo is also author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance available in all platforms, worldwide and was number one on Amazon in Deconstructivist History and Philosophy. Renaldo has a new book which will be released early next year entitled: Neoliberal Globalization Reconsidered. Renaldo is also a Doctoral Candidate at Georgetown University and a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania and Jamaica Theological Seminary, where he is a Lecturer in Caribbean Thought. Renaldo is the President of The Neoliberal Corporation, a think tank, research, publishing, academic and digital creation company that provides writing, web services, search engine optimization, & other digital services. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support
Feedback & Shout Outs (1:18) 2022 House of #EdTech Smackdown! Coming in episode 215 - Submit your entry by December 9, 2022. EdTech Thought (4:26) End-of-Year EdTech Clean-up Are your passwords secure? When did you last clean up your email? Who are you following on social media? EdTech Recommendation (8:43) Canva AI Go into a Canva project, hit more, and select Text-to-Image. Describe the image you want and then hit search. Canva will create the image via AI and you can insert the image into your project. Featured Content (10:18) Zebra Podcast Network launched on Jan. 3, 2022 - zebrapodcastnetwork.com Purpose: The purpose of the Zebra Podcast Network is to report on and tell the stories of New Brunswick High School. We report on school news, clubs, athletics, community news, and more! Club motto: Your School. Your Voice. Lessons Learned and Things to Consider: Musthaves New email Space Gear Mixer Mics Arms Webcam Promotion Social Media Email School Website Support Admin Faculty Production Live Stream? How much editing? Software? Participation Students Adults School Podcasting Resources House of #EdTech VIP (36:15) Dr. Matthew X. Joseph is currently the Director of Evaluation, Supervision, Mentoring, and Hiring in Brockton Public Schools. He is also the CEO of X-Factor EDU consulting and publishing. Visit Matt's website
This is a video/bonus episode to the series on The Sentencing Foundation. Today we feature this a powerful story from Suavo Gonzales, an ex-offender on life-time parole. who is now a Pulitzer Prize Winner. Question, how many ex-offenders are there in Philadelphia alone? 275, 000, most of whom are Black/Brown peoples from communities ravished by poverty, low incomes and rising crime and violence. We did a podcast series on What's Life Like in Philadelphia, where many people suggested a fathers' movement as younger men are beset by crime/violence & are lacking responsible fathers. However, many fathers are incarcerated & the lack of resources for ex-offenders create further challenges in rehabilitation. Thus, the cycle of incarcerations from lack of fathers continues. However, judges are coming together to help with not just locking up offenders but creating a way that rehabilitates offenders; so, that they can re-enter society with resources to provide for themselves, their families and communities. Suavo, a former in-mate who is now on Parole, shares his powerful story, how his parole/re-entry in society was not easy, yet was able to access resources despite uncertainty/lack that has helped him to become an empowering figure to other parolees, a ghost-writer of several books and a Pulitzer Prize Winner of a successful podcast with a successful career at a college. Suavo was at the web launch and made a vital comment about the importance of the foundation that without opportunities then those coming back into society or people on a whole can't live responsible and effective lives advancing society. Therefore, the foundation plays a pivotal role in raising awareness about mass incarcerations and provide resources that help the Resource-Based Sentencing and Supervision to provide resources to in-mates, ex-offenders and parolees. The series will feature one more powerful story from an ex-offender who is now running her own re-entry programs in Philadelphia. In addition, the series is an audio podcast series with two bonus episodes that feature the two stories from ex-offenders who shares how access to resources help them to overcome the odds and are now effective members of society working for change. It is important to point out here, in relation to Suavo's statement about providing opportunity and its lack in society, Equal opportunity is an afront to inequality and advantage that some have and want to maintain. So, if providing opportunities means others will come up, then those who are ahead, which is the case in society, may be suspicious of the competition from the uprising based in opportunity and equal access, and may be slow to provide any opportunity and or may prefer to limit opportunity. So, it will be interesting to follow how this effort will take shape and whether it will find support in other communities/nationwide. Renaldo McKenzie is Creator and Host of The Neoliberal Round Podcast, which is available anywhere you get your stream, including Anchor.fm. Spotify, Apple Podcast, Amazon Music, Radio Public, Google Podcast, Podvine, the Audible, I-Heart Radio, the Alexa App, renaldocmckenzie.com, theneoliberal.com etc. Renaldo is also author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance available in all platforms, worldwide and was number one on Amazon in Deconstructivist History and Philosophy. Renaldo has a new book which will be released early next year entitled: Neoliberal Globalization Reconsidered. Renaldo is also a Doctoral Candidate at Georgetown University and a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania and Jamaica Theological Seminary, where he is a Lecturer in Caribbean Thought. Renaldo is the President of The Neoliberal Corporation, a think tank, research, publishing, academic and digital creation company that provides writing, web services, search engine optimization, & other digital services. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support
Kommt ein Patient oder Klient zu uns, kommt er mit seinen Themen und auf seine Weise zu uns. Manchmal mit Unterstützung und manchmal mit ganz vielen Erfahrungen. Heute in der Folge geht es um eine Patientin mit einer diagnostizierten Angststörung und einer Blasenschwäche. Nach dem Erstgespräch, systemischer Art, habe ich hypnotisch weitergearbeitet. Doch aus welchen Gründen ich welche Methode genutzt habe und warum es wichtig ist, zu erkennen, wie der Mensch wahrnimmt, erfährst Du in dieser Folge. Nutze diese Folge gerne als Inspiration und zur Wissenserweiterung. Gesponsert ist der Podcast von der DIALOG-Akademie für Hypnosetherapie und hypnosystemischen Lösungen und wenn du willst, sei doch gerne in der nächsten Hypnoseausbildung ab 09.03.2023 dabei. Alle Informationen hier Du möchtest dich erst informieren? Klick hier und sichere dir die 4-teilige Hypnosereihe Möchtest du dich als Master der Hypnose ausbilden lassen oder einzelne Themen-Fachkurse besuchen? Finde hier alle Informationen Und zur kostenfreien Supervision 1x im Monat kommst du über DIESEN LINK. Der Spezial-Kurs GRUPPENHYPNOSE geben lernen, für alle, die mehrere Menschen gleichzeitig begleiten möchten steht fertig da und wartet auf Dich! Alle Infos hier Und die wunderbare Musik für meine Hypnosen bekomme ich von Wolfgang und Conny. Das kannst du auch, über diesen LInk Entspannungsmusik | Cowo Production Ich danke dir für eine Bewertung des Podcast hier oben und freue mich auf das nächste Mal, wenn Du hier vorbeikommst!
Join Dr. Linda LeBlanc and Dr. Tyra Sellers as they speak with Jonathan Mueller (Founder & Co-CEO, Element RCM & Ascend Behavior Partners) as they talk about the importance of including BACB Supervision in your business model. Building Better Business in ABA Podcast - https://elementrcm.ai/building-better-businesses-in-aba/ - Purchase the workbooks here: https://abatechnologies.com/the-consulting-supervisor-and-new-supervisor-workbooks
Es ist Zeit für den RealTalk-Quickie! Coole Inhalte, auf den Punkt gebracht. Maximal 4 Minuten Zeit, viele Fragen und kurze, interessante Antworten, die du sonst nirgends zu hören bekommst. Heute zu Gast: Dr. Gundl KutscheraErfolgreich, gesund und glücklich sind Menschen, wenn sie innerlich stark und ausgeglichen mit Vertrauen in eine unbekannte Zukunft gehen. RealTalks Auftrag ist es, wahre Leuchttürme auf die Bühne zu holen. Mit dieser Frau, die immer an das Gute im Menschen glaubt, ist dieser Auftrag mehr als erfüllt.Dr. Gundl Kutschera ist Soziologin, Gesundheitspsychologin, klinische Psychologin, Lebens- und Sozialberaterin, Lehrtrainerin für LSB, Mediation und Supervision und Autorin.Gundl ist 81 Jahre jung und wusste schon als Kind, dass sie anders ist als alle anderen. Sie fährt gerne Ski, macht Yoga und liebt die Natur und vor allem glaubt sie immer an das Gute in jedem Menschen. Seit 60 Jahren verheiratet, mit 3 Kindern und 14 Enkelkindern, kennt Gundl als Unternehmerin, Lehrende, Forschende und Autorin das Leben in all seinen Facetten.1974 hat sie die Resonanzmethode begründet und kontinuierlich weiterentwickelt. Gundl war als Trainerin, Vortragende und Universitätslektorin in Europa und den USA tätig und maßgeblich an der Entwicklung des NLP in Europa beteiligt. 1982 hat sie das Ausbildungsinstitut Kutschera ins Leben gerufen, in dem sie nach wie vor mit großer Leidenschaft und Engagement unterrichtet.Sie hat tausenden Menschen auf der ganzen Welt zu einem selbstbestimmten und glücklichen Leben verholfen. Egal, ob in Einzelcoachings, Paartherapien oder Gruppen – Gundl lockt immer die verborgenen Schätze aus allen hervor.Gundl hat eine große Vision: Statt weiter zu zerstören, wieder in Resonanz kommen! Mit 80 Jahren gründete sie das Resonanz-Valley – ein Forschungszentrum für Empowerment und nachhaltige Entwicklung, um Menschen an weltweiten Orten und Plätzen zu vernetzen und mit deren Hilfe Resonanz wiederherzustellen und Menschen, Natur und Technik zu verbinden. Am 14.12.2022 wird Gundl ihre Erfahrungen mit uns teilen und uns auf eine Reise zu uns selbst mitnehmen. Seid dabei und helft uns mit eurer vollen Power gemeinsam eine Atmosphäre für Frieden zu schaffen.Website: https://www.gundl-kutschera.comRealTalk am 14.12.2022: https://www.realtalk.at/
We're thrilled to welcome Abundance Community member Natalie Fewell, LCMHCS, ACS, NCC, to the podcast today. Tune in as she & Allison explain how to extract yourself from the learned helplessness of grad school & agency jobs, why it is ok to dream bigger, plus why - if you can in your state - it benefits you NOT to “pay your dues” or “cut your teeth” in an agency. Sponsored by: TherapyNotes™ To learn more about today's guest, visit https://www.abundancepracticebuilding.com/blog. For private practice support, join the Abundance Party at https://abundancepracticebuilding.com/abundanceparty & get 40% off your 1st month with coupon code WINTER.
Como sabemos, estamos en plena temporada del pago del Bono de Navidad, y este año la Reforma Laboral estuvo enmendado varios términos de este pago mandatorio. Por lo que no te pierdas este epidosio, ya seas un patrono actual o un futuro patrono que abrirá su negocio, es indispensable que conozcas esta información ya que nos aplica a todos. Te invito a darle oído, conoce y adopta estos cambios a tu negocio! Te invito a seguirme en mis redes sociales para contenido de valor, tips laborales, conocimiento legal a tu alcance y herramientas de apoyo para tu desarrollo, camino profesional o de emprendimiento. Instagram - @smartbusinessdevelopment Facebook - Smart Business Development ¿Qué crees si me dejas aquí tu valoración y comentario?, ya que podrá ser de beneficio para otros quienes sigan descubriendo este espacio, ahh y no olvides añadir este podcast a tu lista de podcast favorita. Te veo en mis redes, mucho éxito siempre, Glorimar Virella Rivera, MBA, SHRM-CP
Correctional Agencies are under pressure to reduce costs, protect communities, protect inmates and staff from COVID-19, other communicable diseases, and enhance offender success upon release from jail. With an increased focus on alternatives to detention and sanctioning of individuals in their communities, agencies are adopting innovative technology solutions, beyond the ankle bracelet, to better manage their populations and lower the cost of incarceration and supervision. This episode focuses on TRACKtech, a CISCO partner who through an innovative use of technology, provide individuals the tools they need to stay on track to success. Their evidence-based, data-driven mobile solutions offer comprehensive rehabilitation and monitoring capabilities for justice-involved, addicted, mentally ill and/or homeless individuals. By integrating community-based resources, cognitive behavioral therapy, and enhanced communication and monitoring risks, the TRACKtech platform enables successful rehabilitation, reentry, and increased public safety. TRACKtech is a proud Cisco Solutions Plus Partner.
It's the Lack of Thought That Counts: Ethical Decision Making in Dual Relationships Curt and Katie chat about dual relationships. We talk about the types of dual relationships, how often therapists get in trouble for these types of relationships, how to manage dual relationships, and the ethical decision making process to go through to decide whether to engage in a dual relationship. This is a law and ethics continuing education podcourse. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode we talk about ethical decision making to navigate dual relationships We take a deeper dive into the complex relationships that we can have with our clients, our supervisors and our supervisees. What are dual relationships? Therapists know a lot about a very specific dual relationship: having sex with your clients, which is not acceptable There are many different types of potential dual relationships (we talk about the definitions of each type) The different hats we may wear with clients and colleagues How do you manage a dual relationship? Open conversations Outside neutral party facilitating the transition in the relationship The assessment of benefit or harm, whether there is coercion Exploring how culture interacts with these types of relationships How often are therapists getting in trouble for dual relationships? About 1/3 of complaints are due to sexual relationships with clients Other types of complaints include conflict of interest, non-sexual, or not described Concerns in rural areas are actually less dual relationships than incompetence Most complaints happen after the relationships have ended Why do therapists engage in harmful dual relationships? “Oftentimes [in predatory dual relationships] there is a conspiratorial element of it – if the client knows (hey, we're stepping across the line) or there is a very manipulative element if the therapist is framing it as this is good for you. And so, once there's a rupture or an end to the relationship and you start talking about, oh, my therapist did this and people are like "what?!?!", I think it's that element of [realizing] I've been wronged by my therapist, and let me go and tell the world that they did this thing.” – Katie Vernoy, LMFT Boundary slips Manipulation, intellectualization Not a thoughtful process Not an examination of bias Therapists going through an intuitive process versus a formal decision-making process What is a strong formal process for ethical decision making? “One of the calls to action, as far as any other ethics professors: really reinforcing the importance of an ethical decision-making model, because that is what the licensing boards and the ethics committees want you to do. If you go through a good model, and even if you end up with slightly the wrong answer, if you've put good thought into it, it at least formalizes the process and gives people an insight into how you're thinking about things.” – Curt Widhalm, LMFT Pope and Vasquez have a 17 Step Process for ethical decision making Deeply examining the question, the impact, and exploring any bias Identifying and understanding relevant laws and ethics Consultation, documentation, and evaluation We walk through a specific dual relationship question: what happens if your client refers a friend and colleague to you? How do you decide whether to take the client or not? Our Generous Sponsor for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Thrizer Thrizer is a new modern billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible AND clinicians should earn what they are worth. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer, you can potentially save them hundreds every month, with no extra work on your end. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer, an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From there, Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursement quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by check, confusion around benefits, and obscurity with reimbursement status, they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It is very quick to get set up and it works great in completement with EHR systems. Their team is super helpful and responsive, and the founder is actually a long-time therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times The best part is you don't need to give up your rate. They charge a standard 3% payment processing fee! Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit on therapy. Sign up using bit.ly/moderntherapists if you want to test Thrizer completely risk free! Sign up for Thrizer with code 'moderntherapists' for 1 month of no credit card fees or payment processing fees! That's right - you will get one month of no payment processing fees, meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time. Receive Continuing Education for this Episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Hey modern therapists, we're so excited to offer the opportunity for 1 unit of continuing education for this podcast episode – Therapy Reimagined is bringing you the Modern Therapist Learning Community! Once you've listened to this episode, to get CE credit you just need to go to moderntherapistcommunity.com/podcourse, register for your free profile, purchase this course, pass the post-test, and complete the evaluation! Once that's all completed - you'll get a CE certificate in your profile or you can download it for your records. For our current list of CE approvals, check out moderntherapistcommunity.com. You can find this full course (including handouts and resources) here: https://moderntherapistcommunity.com/podcourse/ Continuing Education Approvals: When we are airing this podcast episode, we have the following CE approval. Please check back as we add other approval bodies: Continuing Education Information CAMFT CEPA: Therapy Reimagined is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs, and LEPs (CAMFT CEPA provider #132270). Therapy Reimagined maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Courses meet the qualifications for the listed hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. We are working on additional provider approvals, but solely are able to provide CAMFT CEs at this time. Please check with your licensing body to ensure that they will accept this as an equivalent learning credit. Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Pope: Steps in Ethical Decision Making California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) Code of Ethics References mentioned in this continuing education podcast: Boland-Prom, K. Johnson, J. & Gunaganti, G. S. (2015) Sanctioning Patterns of Social Work Licensing Boards, 2000–2009, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 25:2, 126-136, DOI: 10.1080/10911359.2014.947464 Brownlee, K., LeBlanc, H., Halverson, G., Piché, T., & Brazeau, J. (2019). Exploring self-reflection in dual relationship decision-making. Journal of Social Work, 19(5), 629–641. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468017318766423 Pearson, B., & Piazza, N. (1997). Classification of dual relationships in the helping professions. Counselor Education and Supervision, 37(2), 89-99. Pope, K. S., Vasquez, M. J. T., Chavez-Dueñas, N. Y., & Adames, H. Y. (2021). Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide (6th ed.). Wiley. Wilkinson, Tyler, Dannielle Smith, and Ramona Wimberly. "Trends in ethical complaints leading to professional counseling licensing boards disciplinary actions." Journal of Counseling & Development 97.1 (2019): 98-104. *The full reference list can be found in the course on our learning platform. Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Dual Relationships: Pros and Cons Negotiating Sliding Scale Therapists Are Not Robots: How we can show humanity in the room Therapy as a Political Act: An interview with Dr. Travis Heath What You Should Know About Walk and Talk and Other Non-Traditional Counseling Settings Part 1 and Part 2 Therapy with an Audience: An interview with Doug Friedman, LCSW Small Town Sex Therapist: An interview with Jeanette Tolson, LCSW, CASAC Whole Person Therapist Episodes Therapy for Executives and Emerging Leaders Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/
Today we're joined by Cedric Cocaud, the chief engineer of the Wayfinder Group at ACubed, the innovation center for aircraft manufacturer Airbus. In our conversation with Cedric, we explore some of the technical challenges of innovation in the aircraft space, including autonomy. Cedric's work on Project Vahanna, A3's foray into air taxis, attempted to leverage work in the self-driving car industry to develop fully autonomous planes. We discuss some of the algorithms being developed for this work, the data collection process, and Cedric's thoughts on using synthetic data for these tasks. We also discuss the challenges of labeling the data, including programmatic and automated labeling, and much more.
This Toronto Centre Note and accompanying podcast will help front-line supervisors assess the risk factors specific to individual firms and how the norms set out in guidance may need to be modified in individual assessments. Read their biographies here. Read the transcript here.
Was ist der Unterschied zwischen einer „Mastermind mit Kolleg:innen“ bzw. einem kollegialen fachlichen Austausch und einer professionell geführten Gruppe, einer von einem Coach durchgeführten Mastermind? Darüber unterhalte ich mich heute mit Kiran Deuretzbacher. Viele kennen diese Räume noch nicht „von innen“ und ihnen werden die großen Unterschiede erst bewußt, wenn sie einmal an einer professionell begleiteten Gruppe teilgenommen haben. Grund genug, hier einmal tiefer einzusteigen. Kiran ist erfahrene Coach, Familienberaterin und Therapeutin. Sie ist seit 2019 meine Kundin und jetzt das 2. Jahr in meiner Next Level Mastermind. Selbst bietet Kiran einen EntwicklungsRaum für Familienberater:innen und Coaches an, ein fachlich geführter Raum mit supervisorischen Elementen. Wir schauen also sowohl aus Anbieterinnen- als auch aus Kund:innensicht darauf. Was die Unterschiede sind, wobei dir welche Form hilft und was du wann in Anspruch nehmen solltest, erfährst du in dieser Podcastepisode.
611Who doesn't want to be our best self? I just discovered the 7 secrets to bringing out the best in ourselves. Do you want to know what they are? Listen up!In today's episode of The 3-21 NoKiddin', I chatted with Dr. Anita Kuhnley. She is an Author, Therapist, and Professor. She also has a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision and is certified as a highly reliable coder of the Adult Attachment Interview. Dr. Anita is also the author and co-author of nine books, including the most notable one, "The Mister Rogers Effect."During this episode, Dr. Anita discusses some details regarding The Mister Rogers Effect. The book is an uplifting and informative one. In this book, Dr. Anita used the transformative psychological principles that Mister Rogers masterfully employed to make a difference in our own neighborhoods. Principles such as- listening for discovery- validating feelings- preserving white space- expressing gratitude- exercising empathy- practicing radical acceptance- using expressions of careHmm, kinda interesting right? Are you ready to know these 7 secrets to become our better selves?Connect with Dr. Anita:Website: https://dranitakuhnley.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnitaKuhnleyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.empathetic.counselor/Happy Thanksgiving and Friday beautiful people!------------------------------------------------If you would like to participate in our 30-Day Give Up Gambling Email Challenge, click below:https://www.321nokiddin.com/30-day-give-up-gambling-challengePositivity is NO Gamble!------------------------------------------------Did you enjoy the show? Please leave us a rate and review!This helps us reach other gamblers who may need to hear recovery messages.------------------------------------------------Get in touch with me!Email address : bobbie@321NoKiddin.comFacebook : www.facebook.com/321NoKiddinInstagram : www.instagram.com/bobbietheawesomestPinterest : www.pinterest.ph/bobbiemalatestaLinkedIn : www.linkedin.com/in/bobbiemalatestaYouTube : www.youtube.com/channel/UCkUV58i4z2Se3jXuDldcXaAWebsite : www.321nokiddin.com**A super special thanks to Justin Furstenfeld for granting us permission to use his music on the show!Please support and follow the Blue October band on:Facebook : www.facebook.com/blueoctoberInstagram : www.instagram.com/blueoctoberbandTwitter : www.twitter.com/blueoctoberYoutube : www.youtube.com/user/blueoctoberofficial Support the show
Clare and Steve talk about breaking out of our coaching comfort zone, to do and be something that we are not normally, for the benefit of our thinker. Being and doing the same old routine, holding back or playing it safe, will not serve our clients as they are all unique and deserve diverse and discrete interventions from us, to meet them where they are. But what do we risk when we stop playing it safe; when we hold back?We also talk about whether you bring diverse, vulnerable and particularly shame-based aspects of your coaching into the supervision room.
Hier startet eine neue Reihe im Hypnose und Coaching Podcast der DIALOG Akademie. Es war ein Wunsch von Euch, da oft die Frage im Raum steht, dass Du nicht weißt, wie Du Deine Methoden aneinander reihen kannst, sollst oder musst. Wir schauen voller Individualität auf die Sitzung, die hier vorgestellt wird und die Erklärungen bekommst Du on top. Viel Freude und Inspiration wünsche ich Dir. Gesponsert ist der Podcast von der DIALOG-Akademie für Hypnosetherapie und hypnosystemischen Lösungen und wenn du willst, sei doch gerne in der nächsten Hypnoseausbildung ab 09.03.2023 dabei. Alle Informationen hier Du möchtest dich erst informieren? Klick hier und sichere dir die 4-teilige Hypnosereihe Möchtest du dich als Master der Hypnose ausbilden lassen oder einzelne Themen-Fachkurse besuchen? Finde hier alle Informationen Und zur kostenfreien Supervision 1x im Monat kommst du über diesen Link. Der Spezial-Kurs GRUPPENHYPNOSE geben lernen, für alle, die mehrere Menschen gleichzeitig begleiten möchten steht fertig da und wartet auf Dich! Alle Infos hier Und die wunderbare Musik für meine Hypnosen bekomme ich von Wolfgang und Conny. Das kannst du auch, über diesen LInk Entspannungsmusik | Cowo Production Ich danke dir für eine Bewertung des Podcast hier oben und freue mich auf das nächste Mal, wenn Du hier vorbeikommst!
La base aérienne 942 « Capitaine Jean Robert » est l'une des bases les plus importantes de la défense aérienne. Implantée dans les Monts d'Or depuis 1973, elle bénéficie d'installations modernes lui permettant d'assurer une couverture radar de toute la zone Sud-Est de la France. Atypique dans le paysage de l'Armée de l'Air et de l'Espace, la base aérienne 942 est un outil de combat ayant la particularité d'être structurée autour d'un ouvrage enterré. Pour comprendre son histoire, ses missions et les singularités de cette base aérienne pas comme les autres, nous recevons aujourd'hui le colonel Kessler, commandant la BA 942. Ecoutez le podcast
Rachel Torrance is a BCBA, License intervention specialist, on the board at Milestones Autism Resources, and a Consultant working with parents, school districts, and private agencies to advocate appropriate services and achieve desirable outcomes. Rachel also happens to be my business partner at Supervision Academy, a virtual resource for attaining supervision hours to become a certified BCBA.Becoming a BCBA requires coursework (as a master's program or post-master's), Hours, Supervision, Observations, Feedback, Formal Exam, and more. Supervision for a traditional path requires 2000 hours directly supervised by an experienced BCBA or group of BCBAs. At Supervision Academy we know becoming a BCBA is hard work and stressful, and finding a supervisor can be nearly impossible at times. We offer a virtual group of supervisors providing clinical expertise, behavior skills training, guidance, feedback, and more. Additionally, we strive to provide robust supervision, tailoring your experience to your career goals.When finding a supervisor for this very important piece of your certification we encourage you to cover all of your bases. Rachel suggests asking and considering these questions when interviewing supervisors.Do you have a curriculum and are you set in this curriculum?Are you open to thinking outside the box?How do you determine what you're going to teach and individualize?What does a typical meeting look like?What does supervising feedback look like?What experience does the supervisor have? Do they have a contract?What systems do they have in place for the supervising process?How do they meet HIPAA and FERPA laws for virtual interactions?Does the supervisor meet the rules and laws of the state for practicing ABA?Please note that all information provided in this episode is current as of November 2022. If you're interested in learning more about Rachel Torrance and her work you can check out her consulting website, as well as visit the Supervision Academy page to find out how we can help you with supervision to become a BCBA!#autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:How do you become a BCBA?How has becoming a BCBA changed as the field has grown?What are the supervision requirements for becoming a BCBA?What is Supervision Academy?Questions you should be asking prospective supervisors.Mentioned In This Episode: Behavioral and Educational Expert ServicesSupervision Academy
Daria Kurochkina calls herself an obstetrician in Psychology, but she does not supervise pregnancy, she only helps people to be born on a new octave in the world. The most common response is “everything is clear!”. She loves this state of clarity, which gives strong support for action and manifestation. Daria is a transpersonal psychologist, hypnologist, and master of spiritual practices and rapid change. Author of integrated human development programs. Speaker at the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO. Curator of the psychological direction of the Atlanta Business Club. Personal psychologist of prominent entrepreneurs. She likes to combine creativity and psychology, she is the author of several immersive pieces of training at the intersection of performance and psychology, she calls it the "Standford Life and Gogol Center" based on their non-public project "Lars Von Trier's Dacha", which can only be accessed by invitation. Profile education: Studied in India at the Oneness University (now an academy). Dutch Institute for Regression Therapy TASSO with Hans TenDam. Moscow Institute of Hypnosis. Institute of Supervision and Group Therapy. FIND DARIA ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram | Facebook | Telegram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.
On this episode of the PTA Elevation Podcast, host Briana Drapp, SPT, PTA, CSCS goes over the important things to know about Supervision and Delegation when studying for the NPTE. At the end of this episode, Briana provides and reviews a sample question that helps students get a feel for how this subject will be asked on the NPTE - PTA. Tune in to learn more! Join our FB group for FREE resources to help you study for the exam! https://www.facebook.com/groups/382310196801103/ Visit our website to learn more about us! https://ptaelevation.mykajabi.com/ If you're interested in our NPTE-PTA Prep course, please check out the link below: https://ptaelevation.mykajabi.com/npte-pta-prep-course Follow us on our other platforms! https://linktr.ee/ptaelevation We look forward to serving you!
Wow, det er presset det her - eller er det bare mig??? Nej, siger Ditte Brøndum, der er næstformand i Dansk Socialrådgiverforening, der i dette afsnit giver os indblik i og løsninger på udfordringer i psykosocialt arbejdsmiljø. Hun er så også forfatter til bogen: "Nej, det er ikke bare dig – en debatbog om psykosocialt arbejdsmiljø" udgivet på Frydenlund- Velkommen til et LÆNGE ventet afsnit!! Vi taler om: - Hvorfor er det væsentligt at skelne mellem psykisk og psykosocialt arbejdsmiljø? - FORSTÅELSEN af arbejdsmiljø som potentiel gamechanger - Dittes oplevelse som nyuddannet socialrådgiver og stress - Det er ikke bare mig, men også lidt tragisk at det går ud over så mange mennesker - Er stress nogen gange ens egen skyld? - Følelsesmæssige krav i arbejdet og de særlige opmærksomhedspunkter når man arbejder med andre mennesker - Ubegrænset arbejde versus at lære at passe på sig selv - Top tre redskaber: Oplæring, Supervision, Psykologisk tryghed - Overinvolvering og spørgsmålet om du har for høje krav til dig selv - Afmagt der er indlejret i socialt arbejde (oplevelsen når man ikke kan hjælpe) - Personlig udvikling i socialt arbejde - Arbejdstilsynet og hvordan der bør reguleres - Maskulin- Feminin - refleksioner- når der måles på hårde data i et blødt fag (selv tak for bogtitlen - bare tag den :-) - Når man aldrig har fri, når det er svært at tage pauser og ferie - Når man selv arbejder i et hektisk miljø, og skal hjælpe nogle ud af stress - Hvornår er det for meget- hvad er normalt arbejde og hvad er usundt arbejdsmiljø? - VI KAN GODT gøre det bedre, siger Ditte Brøndum - lyt med og hør hvad hun mener - Vi taler om løven i 10 hus som kvinde - Vi taler ikke om min ide til hendes næste bog titel, men den er "Jo, det her er mere mig" Find mere om Ditte Brøndum her: https://www.dittebrondum.dk/ Bogen her: https://www.saxo.com/dk/nej-det-er-ikke-bare-dig_ebog_9788772165097 Foreningen: https://socialraadgiverne.dk/ Mig her: https://www.mannahguldager.com/ og instagrams hele to steder https://www.instagram.com/lydenafetbedreliv/ https://www.instagram.com/astrologi_yoga_terapi/
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Jessie and Sara are the Director of Operations and Clinical Director from Family Beeginnings, where they provide family-focused, solution-based, ABA therapy and consulting. Sara is currently mentoring brand-new BCBA candidates for their hours as well as the other providers within her organization. She's also responsible for quality assurance and programming, making sure everything runs smoothly for their clients. Jessie began her career as an early intervention teacher and then she became an RBT. Her job as an RBT introduced her to OBM (organizational behavior management), which she fell in love with and now specializes in this area. Supervision for new BCBAs is something both Jessie and Sara are passionate about. They recently launched a program for candidates looking to gain more real-world experience. We talk about the skills they focus on with BCBA candidates, especially how to communicate with parents and problem-solve with colleagues. Navigating insurance and billing is often not taught in school, so training is key. We also discuss IEP support and why it's so important to build a bridge between schools and ABA practitioners. Many school districts lack appropriate BCBA expertise and support, and we share ideas on what needs to improve. What's Inside:What Jessie and Sara focus on when mentoring BCBA candidates.The importance of IEP support.Advocacy and the need for changes within the school systemMentioned In This Episode:HowToABA.com/joinHow to ABA on YouTubeFind us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramFamily Beeginnings
What is self-supervision, and how do spiritual directors practice it? What role does it play in engaging in the process of supervision with an individual supervisor or group supervision? Spiritual director and supervisor Terry Christensen joins hosts Maria and Tara to discuss this essential step in the practice of spiritual direction. Terry Christenson has offered spiritual direction, retreats, and classes in contemplative practices since 2002. She was trained as a supervisor in 2008 as part of the original cohort of Together in the Mystery. She currently works with several schools of spiritual direction and supervisor formation as a supervisor/trainer and is a member of Spiritual Directors International. She makes her home in southwest Oregon.
Alex Cornwallis is a lifelong advocate for education. Alex's earliest attempt to help his community in the education arena was in high school when Alex created his version of guide notes for his fellow students who didn't have the means to afford study guides for the standardized subject exams. And ever since then, he has never stopped helping others to remove barriers to gaining and excelling in education. Alex lives in Prosper, TX, with his wife and five children attending the public school in Prosper, ISD. He works for a high-tech industry as a senior cloud computing architect to support his family. Among many other philanthropic and educational causes and membership that Alex is a part of, some of the few mentions are his active membership in the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) and membership and ally of the Texas Association of Gifted and Talented. Alex holds a Master's Degree in Software Systems from Saint Thomas University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Augsburg University. Alex believes that the State Board of Education members can do more than stated in their job description. When Alex gets elected to the State Board of Education, he will work diligently at the state level to secure and work with the legislative branch to provide FULL funding for public education. Additionally, Alex has started conversations with our current friendly members of Congress to secure funds for public education at a federal level. What sets Alex apart from his opponent is that he can hit the ground running when elected. If you live anywhere in Collin county or North Dallas county or north Denton county or anywhere within the district you can vote for Alex to be your voice in Austin. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/idream/message
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Exams-Only Universities, published by Mati Roy on November 6, 2022 on LessWrong. Quality: fast write-up (~45 minutes); little researched I want a university that only does exams, which would include a description of what you need to know for the exams. Bonus would be suggestions for textbooks and online classes to learn the material, but that's optional. Cost The costs are: Exam creation Supervision Scoring Exam creation is a fixed cost per topic per round (you need to change the exam each year). Supervision, if in person, is partly a fixed cost per location, and partly a variable cost. (Someone can supervise students doing exams on different topics.) Online supervision would also be an option ideally. Scoring is partially a fixed cost (the part that can be automated) and partially a variable cost (the part that need to be reviewed manually). Frequency Frequency of exams could change with demand, but, to start with, you could have one cheap exam per topic per year, timed with the end of normal school years. This would be the exam most people would take, so it would spread the fixed cost among more people. This might also be a more valuable test because it could position you on a normal curve more precisely given the greater amount of people taking it. There could also be more expensive tests throughout the year—more expensive given the fixed cost would be spread among fewer people. Problem it solves What this solves: Decouples learning and exams a) You can learn at your own pace (whether that's more slowly of faster) b) You can learn from wherever you want (maybe you want to learn from different places for different topics) Creates standardized tests making it easier to compare the competency of students between different schools Why wanting exams in the first place? Because many governments want them for immigration and many organizations want them for employees. Questions I have Has this been done? Could this be done? Could you have a university that only does exams and emits degrees that are recognized by the US government? Current state There are universities that don't require you to attend classes, but I still find those non-ideal because it's: Bias: In my experience, students that attend have an unfair advantage—Not because they learn more, but because teachers literally (and even intentionally) give unfair hints about their exams to reward students for showing up and justifying their salary. Inconvenient: a) You need to be in a specific location for a few years. b) You can still do some exams only once per year, which prevents doing a degree faster. Future While all I'm asking in this post is for non-zero universities to offer this so that the demand for it gets fulfilled, I also have the impression there would be significant benefits at a societal level from more fully decoupling exams and learning in general. It seems to me like test scores would become more meaningful, and it would become cheaper to get scored. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
We are lucky, at ABA Tech, to employ Student Interns looking to gain non-clinical experience. Some of our students came together to answer questions that we often see on social media and from other students in the field. In today's episode, Kelcie, Maddie, Megan, & Victoria talk about supervision from the students perspective. - For questions: Maddie Duke - firstname.lastname@example.org Kelcie McCafferty - email@example.com Victoria German- firstname.lastname@example.org Megan Galban - email@example.com - To learn more about our current and previous students visit: https://abatechnologies.com/about-us/concentrated-supervised-fieldwork
For me, all my work is about “not business as usual”, because I think I'm conscious of the challenges of supporting a system that I think is broken. Join coach, supervisor and author, Eve Turner, in conversation with Yannick Jacob as they explore the role of coaching supervision. In this wide-ranging discussion, Eve and Yannick explore: The role of coaching supervisionUsing recorded sessionsClarifying supervisionThe three functions of supervisionTechniques for generating supervisory awarenessReflective practice skillsThe importance of the contract in coachingTime To Think supervisionBringing the system into the roomMaking supervision funClimate and ecological-crisis coachingWhat is transformation in coaching About Eve Turner Eve has had three careers, in music, broadcasting and now coaching and supervision. She sees their links through her interest in communication, collaboration and interrelationships. As a classical guitarist and then a willing, if not very able, orchestral conductor, Eve learned how the whole can be so much more than the sum of the parts and how the quality of the communication and relationships affected the outcome. She was a journalist, senior leader and internal coach in the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) before setting up her own practice. Eve has won many awards for her research, writing, coaching and supervision. She does extensive volunteering alongside a busy practice: this includes co-founding and being part of the coordinating group for the Climate Coaching Alliance, founding and co-leading the Global Supervisors' Network, and as immediate past chair of the coaching and supervision professional body APECS, and volunteering for the AC and EMCC. Eve's books include ‘Ecological and Climate-conscious Coaching: A Companion Guide to Evolving Coaching Practice' (2023) co-edited with the late Alison Whybrow, Josie McLean and Peter Hawkins, ‘The Ethical Coaches' Handbook' (2023) co-edited with Wendy-Ann Smith, Jonathan Passmore, Yi-Ling Lai and David Clutterbuck, ‘Systemic Coaching'(2020) with Peter Hawkins, and ‘The Heart of Coaching Supervision – Working with Reflection and Self-care' (2019) co-edited with Stephen Palmer.
In late September, we blogged about a lawsuit that the Chamber of Commerce and other business groups filed against the CFPB, challenging the CFPB's update to its Supervision and Examinations Manual. As updated, the manual now states that discrimination is an “unfair” practice under the Dodd-Frank Act, and that the agency plans to scrutinize it “across the board in consumer finance,” “including in situations where fair lending laws may not apply.” We noted in our blogpost that the FTC and the State AGs were also sending signals that they planned to challenge discrimination using their unfairness authority. Well, the FTC just did. On October 18, it announced a settlement with Passport Automotive Group resolving allegations (among other charges) that Passport engaged in an unfair practice when it imposed higher costs on Black and Latino customers than on similarly situated non-Latino White customers. The vote was 4-1, with Commissioner Phillips dissenting and Commissioner Wilson concurring in part and dissenting in part. https://www.adlawaccess.com/2022/10/articles/update-on-discrimination-and-unfairness-the-ftcs-case-against-passport-automotive-group/ Jessica L. Rich firstname.lastname@example.org (202) 342-8580 Bio - www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Jessica-L-Rich Subscribe to the Ad Law Access blog - www.adlawaccess.com/subscribe/ Subscribe to the Ad Law News Newsletter - www.kelleydrye.com/News-Events/Pub…and-Views?dlg=1 View the Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center - www.kelleydrye.com/Advertising-and…Resource-Center Find all of our links here linktr.ee/KelleyDryeAdLaw Hosted by Simone Roach Produced by Jeff Scurry
This episode features, Judge Hon. Stephanie M. Sawyer is trying to make a difference in Philadelphia and stated that once she got elected to the Bench, as a Municipal Court Judge, the first thing she said to herself was that she was not going to be the kind of Judge that was going to “feed the beast that was mass incarcerations.” In fact, Judge Sawyer revealed that, “that is how the system currently operates,” but stop short of providing any further comments on the issue and decided to table her opinions on the matter for later. Nevertheless, Judge Sawyer went onto explain that the general path when someone gets convicted, except for “Intentional Carve Outs…,”Ms. Sawyer, interrupted her chain-of-thought to explain what is meant by Intentional Carve Outs, important to understanding the point she was about to make concerning the general path when someone gets convicted. According to Judge Sawyer, “Carve Outs” are things such as Accelerated Rehabilitated Disposition. For example: “they say if you have a zero prior record score, we're not going to put you through the criminal record system, & we are going to give you a different path. They have drug treatment court, so because you're a drug addict we are going to carve you out of the Criminal Justice System and treat you in this manner, or Veteran's Court, because you' re a Veteran we are going to carve-you-out of the Criminal Justice System and treat you in this path, or Mental Health Court, because you have mental health problems, we gonna carve you out of the Criminal Justice system….” Judge Sawyer then went back to where she had left off, when she was commenting on the general path when someone gets convicted, except for intentional “Carve Outs,” pointing out that: the Criminal Justice system works like this, “a Judge will sentence somebody to probation and flog-them-off to probations or flog-them-off to probation officers, or they'll sentence them to Incarcerations and flog-them-off to the Department of Corrections and [over ninety percent] (90 %) get out. Then they get flogged off to Parole Officers. And the next time that Judge who sees the person they sentenced, will be when a Probation/Parole Officer is so frustrated that they opine revocation, because the Defendant [or Parolee] is either not doing what the Probation or Parole Officer asked them to do or have a new case, or has a new conviction. In those three (3) circumstances, a Probation/Parole Officer will request a “Violation of Probation Hearing” to recommend additional punishment. And the next time a sentencing Judge sees a person that they had sentenced, is when that happens – [meaning Revocation, Re-incarceration leading to Mass Incarceration]. This led her to a very important conclusion couched in a question, “so if Judges sees people only to punish people, when exactly do they help?” As such, Judge Sawyer explains that she has created a system, a program called “Resource-Based Sentencing and Supervision”; indicating that “it's how you sentence and it's how you supervise. In that model, Judges are part of the solution. Judge Sawyer stated that: “most of my corner boys, they are frustrated entrepreneurs, if we give them a change of product, then we'd be actually doing something. So, [we help to cultivate] their entrepreneurial spirit... As a Judge she is trying to help reduce recidivism through the "Consentencing Foundation" that will be launched in November. This episode is available as an article in www.theneoliberal.com, The Neoliberal Commentary in LinkedIn or renaldocmckenzie.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's supervisory and enforcement powers can be confusing and if your company is in the crosshairs, a bit unnerving. Luckily, we've got CFPB experts from Manatt, Phelps and Philips LLP, to help guide listeners through the experience. Bryan Schneider, Mehul Madia and Scott Pearson join the pod to go deep on the structure of the Bureau, what you need to be doing to ensure you're complying with the law and what actions you need to take if you do find a CID in your mailbox.
Supervision is a critical function of leadership that is often overlooked, and yet the quality of supervision is often what makes or breaks a leader—and an organization. This episode of Big Blend Radio's SUCCESS EXPRESS Show features Rita Sever who discusses her latest book, “LEADING FOR JUSTICE: Supervision, HR, and Culture.” Rita is a certified professional coach who works with social justice organizations. Her first book is “SUPERVISION MATTERS: 100 Bite-sized Ideas to Transform You and Your Team." More: https://supervisionmatters.com/ With this second interview, we are excited to have Rita Sever join the Big Blend Radio family as a regular guest and expert contributor.
“I don't work well with people who have it all together.” - Dr. Janelle HallmanOn this edition of Restoring the Soul, Michael welcomes his colleague and one of Restoring the Soul's Intensive Clinical Soul Care Specialists, Dr. Janelle Hallman.Janelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor, ordained minister, professor, author, and speaker on issues such as redemption, healing, and wholeness. Her passion is to counsel, facilitate, teach and share realities about God, life, and the human experience in a way that transforms and touches a person's deepest heart. She loves working with any individual or couple seeking greater wholeness.Dr. Hallman has served as an adjunct professor at Colorado Christian University. She is currently an adjunct professor at Denver Seminary and regularly supervises, trains, and consults other therapists, pastors, and lay leaders.Dr. Hallman received her MA in Counseling from Denver Seminary and her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University. She loves beauty, babies (being a grandmother!), nature, reading, and absorbing spiritual masters.Contact Restoring the Soul:- Tweet us at @michaeljcusick and @PodcastRTS- Like us on Facebook- Email us at email@example.comThanks for listening!
In this episode, Stacee and Doug interview longtime friend, Dr. Brenda Elledge, of Elledge Counseling Associates located in the DFW metroplex. This is Brenda's second visit to the Speak Out Loud podcast - you can find her first interview with Stacee on Doug on the topic of how/when to seek counseling at SOL episode #17. For several decades, Brenda and her team have guided thousands of people to find hope and help for their mental health and emotional lives. Brenda recently received her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and has a passion for helping others develop their skills to professionally serve those struggling with mental health. For many years, Dr. Elledge has also been an adjunct professor at her, Stacee and Doug's alma mater, Dallas Baptist University. Stacee and Doug visit with Brenda about the connections between mental health and mental illness and several key practices people can make a part of their lives to maintain and improve their mental health. When a mental health struggle turns into a crisis, Brenda shares the initial steps she takes to help patients and those who love them find hope when hope feels lost. Stacee and Doug share about the pain, confusion, and fear from their own experience of being in the depths of a mental health crisis and, from those hard-learned lessons, what do to, what not to do, and how, with the help of family, friends and professional counseling, hope and life could be found out of that pit. God has not promised a life free of trouble, but He does promise you can overcome whatever you or a loved one are facing through him. "Take heart! I have overcome the world!" (Jesus - John 16:33) To connect with Dr. Elledge and her practice, visit www.elledgecounseling.com To learn more about Stacee and Doug and their message of hope for those struggling with mental health and for those who love and support them, visit www.speakoutloud.me.
GUEST: Heather Dawn Godfrey , author Healing With Essential Oils Topic: Healing with Essential Oils Heather Dawn Godfrey studied at the University of Salford, gaining a BSc (Joint Hon) Degree in Counseling and Complementary Medicine, and post graduate Masters Certificates in Integrated Mindfulness, and Supervision of Counselors, and a Post Graduate Teaching Certificate (PGCE) from Bolton Institute. ON todays show, we will discuss her book, Healing with Essential Oils. Contact: www.aromantique.co.uk
Amongst the many gifts our Creator has bestowed upon us, the Salat al Istikhara (The Istikhara Prayer) stands among them. The word Istikhara originates from the Arabic root word of Khair, which is an umbrella word connotating all that is good. Istikhara stems from a verb pattern that means ‘to seek that which is good' The term Istikhara means ‘to look for Allah's Guidance, Wisdom, Support, Supervision, Consultation, Goodness, and Blessings.'How to Do Istikhara for Marriage: When a Muslim is confused about how to resolve a matter, he can ask for Allah, the Glorious, to Aid him by reciting the Istikhara prayer. Salat al Istikhara is a powerful tool that God the Most-Merciful, the Compassionate, has given his slaves so that they can seek His Guidance and Wisdom in all matters of life--whether big or small. For instance, one can pray the Istikhara prayer to seek God's advice about whether they should relocate for school or work, if they should accept a marriage proposal, or if they should buy a particular car or house. The Istikhara Prayer is a Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, that he recommended and performed. Several myths and misconceptions surround the Istikhara Prayer (Salat al Istikhara in Arabic) and many do not have a full understanding of the prayer.How to Pray Istikhara Step By Step: The prayer is performed simply. Whenever one faces a decision, he or she first would need to do their part by researching possible solutions to their quandary. They should put their intellect and rationale to work, assessing the circumstances to their best of ability. One then should seek sound counsel from others that are knowledgeable, wise, trustworthy, and genuine, and who are worthy of consultation on the very issue. One should use his or her God-given intellect to weigh all available options, reflecting and pondering all gathered research and advice to determine the best possible outcome.How to Perform Istikhara: Once one determines how to move forward on the issue, he would then pray 2-units (Rakat) of voluntary prayer, which should not be counted as part of the five obligatory prayers of the day. It's important to note, one should not pray Istikhara until he has chosen the course of action he plans to take regarding the matter. The prayer he performs would be similar to any other traditional prayer. One must make wudu (ablution) in a clean, pure state, dressed appropriately and facing the Qibla (in the direction of Kabah, God's House here on Earth, in modern-day Saudi Arabia). It is always recommended to seek God's Forgiveness and Mercy at the beginning of the prayer, especially if you consistently commit sins.BUY ISLAMIC BOOKS by The Sincere Seeker Collection for Adults & Children on AMAZON:https://www.amazon.com/thesincereseekerFOLLOW The Sincere Seeker on social media to stay up to date
We are joined by Jennifer Hollinshead, the clinical director at @peakresilience, a therapist/supervisor and all around cool person who is going to be talking about what supervisees deserve from their supervisors. She shares her personal (and theory backed) approach to supervision that emphasizes the relationship above all else, how supervisees can make the most out of their supervision time, and how to re-affirm our faith in supervision after we've graduated and moved beyond practicum experiences.Jennifer Hollinsheadwww.peak-resilience.com@peakresilienceAlison McClearywww.alpenglowcounselling.com@alpenglow_counselling on InstagramJordan Pickellwww.jordanpickellcounselling.ca@jordanpickellcounselling on InstagramEdge of the Couchwww.edgeofthecouch.com@edgeofthecouchpod on InstagramWe have partnered with Janeapp, an all-in-one practice management software. You can learn more at Jane.app/mentalhealth. Or, if you are ready to get started, mention Edge of the Couch in the note during sign-up.Join us for an upcoming workshop, What Now? Transitioning from Student to Therapist on November 17th, 2022. You can grab a ticket through Eventbrite.
In this popular episode from the NAESP Principal Podcast archive, Oregon educator LaKeyshua Washington joins us to discuss effective supervision and evaluation of teachers and staff, covering: The good and bad of evaluations and supervision The difference between supervising and coaching How to get the most out of the process LaKeyshua Washington serves as director of teaching and learning-secondary in Gresham-Barlow School District in Gresham, Oregon, supporting middle and high school principals, assistant principals, and teachers in curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Washington most recently served as a middle school principal in Compton, California.
Summary:Broaching the topic of Death with children can be difficult. Knowing the right words to say, when to say them may cause some adults to avoid the topic completely. The National Alliance for Children's Grief might save you. Their website serves as an incredible resource and is exactly the alliance of numerous Professionals and concerned adults that want to help you. Listen in as Adam Carter, National Clinical Director of the NACG describes services and online resources that are available at no cost to the public.Notes:Adam Carter, PhD, LCPD (IL and TX), FT, serves as the National Clinical Director for the National Alliance for Children's Grief. He is a professional counselor and counselor educator who received his doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Supervision, with an emphasis in multicultural counseling, from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Adam has taught courses in CACREP accredited master's level clinical mental health programs and doctoral level courses in counselor education and supervision and served as the Trauma-Informed Counseling Graduate Certificate coordinator at Northern Illinois University. Adam has an ongoing program of research and scholarship that focuses on early childhood grief responses and preparing counselors-in-training to work with grieving children. His clinical experience is broad, having worked as a counselor and supervisor in community mental health clinics, in-home intensive settings, community advocacy agencies, and in private practice.Contact:firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: As I Live and GrieveInstagram: @asiliveandgrieveTo Reach Adam:Website: www.nacg.orgEmail: email@example.com Credits: Music by Kevin MacLeod
Hey friend! Just dropping a BONUS EPISODE for you all this awesome Thursday! We are here today to talk about Mind-Body Connection, specifically how this might be beneficial when it comes to exercise. On this podcast, we talk a lot about biofeedback when it comes to the food-body connection which is why I am so excited to expand this conversation today to exercise. I am stoked for several reasons… I am in an exceptionally awesome mood today because I get to record this bonus episode for you all, it was a rainy cozy morning, and I have been trying something new lately that I am really feeling the benefits of this morning. A couple of weeks ago I started replacing my second cup of morning coffee with a new nootropic beverage. If y'all don't know what nootropics are… in short they are cognitive enhancers. Coffee in fact is a nootropic. But in this case, I have added Magic Mind to my morning routine I have some extra energy today! Magic Mind contains Matcha which is a great anti-inflammatory agent. It also contains L-theanine which reduces stress. These compounds work together to prevent the spike in cortisol levels and the inevitable crash that comes from ingesting too much caffeine. #guilty It also has my two favorite adaptogens: Ashwagandha and Lion's mane. If you want to try this out my friends over at Magic Mind are giving us 20% off. Head on over to https://www.magicmind.co/fha and be sure to enter "FHA20" to get your extra 20% off. I am excited to have Kim Payne back on the show! Just a little bit about Kim— she is a wife, girl-mom, and mama of the most active dog in New Mexico (literally, Nike has the most steps in Albuquerque). She specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, has her master's degree in Applied Sports Psychology, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Counseling and Supervision. Kim is a wealth of knowledge. Get ready for a treat today as we chat about enhancing your relationship with exercise. To connect with Kim reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers friends, and happy moving! Jess
On this final guest episode of RENAR Voice, Robert and Jeff sit with counselor and professor Dr. Lisa Sosin who serves as the director of Liberty's PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision program. Dr. Sosin leads Robert and Jeff through a prayerful and intimate exploration of the challenges a Christian faces associating with professional organizations especially amid endorsed contradictions to what Christians believe about sexuality, gender, marriage, and human life. Dr. Sosin draws on the Gospel story of the woman at the well to frame how one might navigate professional membership, discern the call to be a missionary within those associations, and ultimately allow love to cast out fear and build relationship. She discusses practicing the profession with excellence for the glory of God, having a seat at the table, credentialing, and the need for each of us to discern and listen to our well-formed conscience. Visit Dr. Sosin's faculty page here. * Spotify users - visit here for episodes pre-dating Ep. 23 Recommended APA citation example: Switala, R. P., & Mazzone, J. (Producers). (2022, October 17). Ep. 42: Be not afraid of the culture - Dr. Lisa Sosin [Audio podcast episode]. In RENAR Voice. Rho Eta Nu Alpha Rho of Chi Sigma Iota, Liberty University.
Dr. Julia Mackaronis, licensed clinical psychologist, explores the benefits of exploring values- and principle-based supervision techniques instead of focusing heavily on specific therapeutic interventions in order to build clinical confidence and flexibility in supervisees. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
Dr Shira Lewibowitz is a dynamic educator, author and entrepreneur, Shira is CEO and founder of both Revabilities and Discovery Village. Rev Abilities is a Professional Learning Academy helping educational business owners and directors bring their vision for learning to life so they can increase their income and improve the lives of their students. Discovery Village is a premier project and play based childcare center and preschool located in Tarrytown, NY. Shira is co-author of The Coach Approach To School Leadership: Leading Teachers to Higher Levels of Effectiveness. Her upcoming book, to be published summer 2022, is titled Havens of Hope: Ideas for Redesigning Education From The COVID-19 Pandemic. Shira holds a Ph.D in Education and is an experienced school leader who served for 20 years as a principal of nursery through eighth grade independent schools in the greater New York City area. She is a faculty member in the doctoral program of education at Northeastern University; co-author of The Coach Approach to School Leadership: Leading Teachers to Higher Levels of Effectiveness; a national faculty member for the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development; and a leader of professional development for educators. Shira has been working with childcare centers regionally and nationally on how to navigate the health, financial, and educational challenges facing early childhood centers in the age of COVID-19. Throughout it educational programs have not only navigated through but have become dramatically better. At Revabilities, Shira shares the insights and inspiration that sparked their success. Show Highlights Turn devastation into hope by going off script to create an oasis for learning grounded on the wellbeing of your community. The highway to happiness protocol for curiosity and exploration to flip the magic “up” where kids need it most. Insights when countering the negative, LOUD story of what goes on in education with hope and positivity. Teaching children to play and explore within the constraints of any environment is the necessary path. Overcome the two simultaneous narratives to every crisis to ensure your team comes out stronger. Examples on how to get teachers and parents comfortable with the evolution of change happening daily in education and the uniqueness of your school. Approach creativity in your leadership and switch your mindset from a matter of “if” to a matter of “how. “When we say there is no other choice than to figure it out and to be present for our students, we do that. Figuring things out requires us to level up in ways that are profoundly uncomfortable and stretch ourselves in ways that, frankly, education doesn't support.” -Dr Shira Lewibowitz Dr Shira Lewibowitz Transcript Dr Shira Lewibowitz 's Resources & Contact Info: Havens of Hope Linkedin Twitter Instagram Read my latest book! Learn why the ABCs of powerful professional development™ work – Grow your skills by integrating more Authenticity, Belonging, and Challenge into your life and leadership. Read Mastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School Leader today! Join the “Back to School Boot Camp” The one thing you need to start next year off with energy momentum is a solid 90-day plan. In the “Back to School Bootcamp” I will teach you how to create your 90-day plan in just 5-days. Join the challenge today! Apply to the Mastermind The mastermind is changing the landscape of professional development for school leaders. 100% of our members agree that the mastermind is the #1 way they grow their leadership skills. Apply to the mastermind today! SHOW SPONSORS: HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Transform how you lead to become a resilient and empowered change agent with Harvard's online Certificate in School Management and Leadership. Grow your professional network with a global cohort of fellow school leaders as you collaborate in case studies bridging the fields of education and business. Apply today at http://hgse.me/leader. TEACHFX School leaders know that productive student talk drives student learning, but the average teacher talks 75% of class time! TeachFX is changing that with a “Fitbit for teachers” that automatically measures student engagement and gives teachers feedback about what they could do differently. Learn more about the TeachFX app and get a special 20% discount for your school or district by visiting teachfx.com/blbs. ORGANIZED BINDER Organized Binder is the missing piece in many classrooms. Many teachers are great with the main content of the lesson. Organized Binder helps with powerful introductions, savvy transitions, and memorable lesson closings. Your students will grow their executive functioning skills (and as a bonus), your teachers will become more organized too. Help your students and staff level up with Organized Binder. Copyright © 2022 Twelve Practices LLC