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  • All About Relationships: 10 things to do to succeed in any relationship

    in Psychology

    Join us to learn the ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. Today we will be talking about the number one thing VITAL to any relationship: TRUST... and how to learn how to trust! All About Relationships is a different type of talk-show with Hosts Evinda Lepins, and Steve Atkinson, M.A. Evinda is a survivor of emotional, physical and sexual abuse, and Steve was her therapist for over seven years. Together they transparently talk about emotional wounds which lead to weaknesses and cause worries and bring to the table through their wit, encouragement and life experiences ways to acknowledge those things that keep us just surviving instead of thriving. They offer, in real-time,ways to overcome these wounds, weaknesses and worries. They have been reaching out to the walking wounded for several years, helping to make a difference one life at a time. If you struggle with any kind of wound, a weakness, aka an unhealthy habit, and/or are consistently worrying about anything and everything, then you will want to tune in for 30 minutes of free life coaching/counseling! Join us for the third of ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. Bring your questions and call us live!

  • Resilience in Organizations: A Conversation with Daryl Conner

    in Psychology

    Daryl Conner is a writer, consultant, and thought leader in the field of organizational change and strategy execution. His first book, Managing at the Speed of Change, summarized a series of patterns that organizations can use to support the resilience of individuals when going through major change. We will talk about how Daryl got started in this work, why organizations are such a great place to study human responses to change, and what he's thinking about these days.

  • Sasquatch Watch Radio Welcomes Witnesses Dave & Pam

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    Join us Tuesday night June 2, 2015 at 9pm eastern as we welcome some eyewitnesses from the southern Adirondacks in New York to the show, Dave and Pam!  They recently contacted the show and are happy to share their experiences and Pam's recent sighting.  Over time they have found foot prints, hand prints on their car, and other signs.  This will be a night of enjoyable discussion.  We know our listeners love to hear from the eyewitnesses of this mysterious creature, so join us and enjoy!

  • The New Therapy: Healing Trauma With Humor, Stories, and Imagery

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    Talking doesn't heal PTSD. The most effective recovery strategies involve experiences that soothe and change the emotional brain. In her ground-breaking new book, The Therapeutic "Aha"!, clinician Courtney Armstrong details a comprehensive new approach of healing trauma through techniques that include a sense of freedom, personality and play. She shares her ideas (that benefit both clinicians and survivors) in this extensive interview.
    Michele Rosenthal is a an award-winning PTSD blogger, best-selling and award-nominated author and the founder of HealMyPTSD.com. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • Alan Doyle & Catherine Suzanne Plesko: Asteroid Collisions

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    A Research Scientist in Applied Physics at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Cathy Plesko uses the supercomputers there to study what happens when asteroids and comets hit a planet and how to prevent them from hitting Earth. Follow @b0yle @LANL

  • Josh Gressel, PhD Author of "Embracing Envy"

    in Psychology

    Josh Gressel, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in the San Francisco Bay area and a student of Jewish mysticism. He is currently at work on a book about the role of projection in congregant-clergy relations.
    Envy is a universal emotion, yet people are very reluctant to confess their envy of another. In Embracing Envy, Josh Gressel suggests it is our shame at admitting we feel inferior to another person that keeps envy so hidden. Through interviews with everyday people, reviews of mainstream psychological research, and lessons from wisdom literature, this book delves into how envy can be seen as meaningful and useful in our daily lives. www.joshgressel.com

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  • Drug & Alcohol Addiction

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    Do you tell yourself unconsciously "I need this drug in order to COPE with my emotional needs AND to CAMOUFLAGE the pain of REALITY?" If so, then PLEASE listen in to this show to help you find the "STEPS TO SOLUTIONS"... You'll be glad that you did, and so will your loved ones too!! This is not a call in show, but do leave us your contact information or call us and we will assist you!! Please see our show notes below... Thank You!

  • The Resilient Brain

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    Saturdays, Noon Eastern: "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
    The show where you can learn about the latest strategies for keeping your mind sharp, for babies to octogenarians!

  • All About Relationships: 10 things to do to succeed in any relationship

    in Psychology

    Join us to learn the ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. All About Relationships is a different type of talk-show with Hosts Evinda Lepins, and Steve Atkinson, M.A. Evinda is a survivor of emotional, physical and sexual abuse, and Steve was her therapist for over seven years. Together they transparently talk about emotional wounds which lead to weaknesses and cause worries and bring to the table through their wit, encouragement and life experiences ways to acknowledge those things that keep us just surviving instead of thriving. They offer, in real-time,ways to overcome these wounds, weaknesses and worries. They have been reaching out to the walking wounded for several years, helping to make a difference one life at a time. If you struggle with any kind of wound, a weakness, aka an unhealthy habit, and/or are consistently worrying about anything and everything, then you will want to tune in for 30 minutes of free life coaching/counseling! Join us for the third of ten things to do to succeed in any relationship. Bring your questions and call us live!

  • Jennifer Ouellette, Brendan Nyhand • Cognitive Biases, Identity Politics

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    Brendan Nyhand, Dartmouth <Brendan.J.Nyhan@dartmouth.edu> political scientist/psychologist specializing in the cognitive biases that come with identity politics. All those studies about how stating facts never change people’s minds? He’s right in the thick of that work.