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Today's 75 minute The-American-Family.com show features The Macro Gang and their presentation of "Macro Matters." Today's focus is on PARC---The Policy, Action and Research Collabortative project of many different professions. Join Dr. Jim Cook, Community Psychology at University of North Carolina, representing the Society for Community Research and Action, Dr. Ryan Kilmer, University of North Carolina, representing the American Association for Orthopsychiatry, Dr. Michael Coconis, University of Toledo, representing Social Work and Dr. Rachel West, of the politicalsocialworker.org, representing Social Work.
The Macro Gang has much to say and you are invited to call in live via a free call to 347-327-9168 starting at 12:30 pm EST.
Full listening instructions may be found on our website at www.The-American-Family.com
The first thirty-three minutes of the show will feature Dr. D. and Nana talking about visiting National Parks in the Western United States.
Join us for the full 75 minutes.
This is the last regularly scheduled show for the Spring and Fall 2015 season. The all volunteer staff is going on holiday from April to September 2015 to do some necessary re-tooling of the show's format and much more. Announcements on how that is coming will be placed on the www.The-American-family.com website. Check us out all Summer long and rejoin all our National Correspondents for a new format and other offering to enhance your listening and learning experience.
Wednesday’s The-American-Family.com BlogTalkRadio will feature the Squire Bin Forever as it is his 385th birthday in a couple of weeks. He shares many of his thoughts about human communication, families, especially The Seven Dwarf’s and Snow White and Life’s Lessons from the Game of Golf.
Professor T.K. follows the Squire with a show from his series: “A Father’s Perspective”.
The Squire starts off part three of the hour talking about his life history, being an “X” man and some of the Colonial Leader families with who he spent time. Today’s focus is on George and Martha Washington, Patrick Henry and a bit on the Benjamin Franklin Family.
The Squire will hang around a bit for your questions and comments. Call-in at 347-327-9168 to get on the show live. Full listening instructions are at www.The-American-Family.com
On Today's Noon EST The-American-Family.com time show, Duane Breijak starts us out by looking at Undergraduate BSW Education. According to the Council on Social Work Education there were nearly 58,000 students in baccalaureate social work programs in the United States in 2014.
In today's show Duane interviews two graduating BSW students, Toni Debose from Oakland University and Trevor Verrier from Wayne State University who give their advice for future BSW candidates, reflect on their education and field placement, and talk about challenges faced during the years as undergraduate students.
Next, Katherine Van Wormer presents a segment on Grand Parenting, both from her personal experience and from her professional research and writing.
The show closes out with a live segment feateature with Dr. D. continuing to talk about Emotions and Feelings, as he did on Monday's Raportee Show. You may call him live with your thougths and questions at 347-327-9168.
Full listening information is available at www.The-American-Family.com.
Today's Show features three separate segments pertaining to life in a 21th Century Family. First, Chef Bruce Friedman shares about Launching Adolescents into Adulthood.
Then, Duane Breijak offers a show on Tackling Homelessness through Non-Profit Development: Interview with Angel Foster. With cold temperatures blanketing much of the United States and over 600,000 individuals facing homelessness, the pressure turns to finding solutions to this major issue impacting almost every community across the country. On this edition of Thirty Below I sit down with Angel Foster, founding member and current Board member of the Isabella County Restoration House. ICRH provides immediate, temporary housing to homeless individuals of all social and cultural identities in Isabella County and advocates for access to services needed by patrons to address their individual needs. Angel and I discuss the formation of the ICRH, common misconception about the homeless population, and how other advocates can start similar organizations in their community.
Finally, Co-Host Terry Keller provides a live segment of "A Father's Perspective." During the last twenty minutes of the show, you can call in live with your questions and comments. To do so, call 347-327-9168.
Your host Dr. D. has a live call-in segment the last 17 minutes of the show. He wiull foc us on the "People Skills" you can use to get the most out of your holiday parties and family gatherings. Co-Host Terry Keller presents a segment entitled" "A Father's Perspective: Involvement With early Childhood Education. National Correspondent Bruce Friedman presents his show: "What's Cooking With Families: Teenage Cooking.
Call-in with your concerns and questions to 347-327-9168. Full listening instructions are on the web page at www.The-American-Family.com
Join host Dr. D. and his special National Correspondents Katherine van Wormer, and Duane Breijak Keller as they talk about The-American Family. Katherine continues her series on Norway with a show on Norway's substance abuse program, Part One. Duane presents a "Thirty Below" program on Immigration Reform: Student Advocacy and Policy Change with his special guests Emilia Gutierrez, Cassandra Muro & Jenn Slaiman. MSW Candidates at the University of Michigan School of Social Work.
On November 20th, President Obama announced executive actions around immigration reform; including border security, focusing deportation away from families, and increasing the number of deferred action statuses. Three MSW leaders of the Social Work Allies for Immigrant Rights (SWAIR) weigh in on the proposed actions, give recommendations for future policy change, and examples of ways individuals can get involved in immigration reform efforts in their communities.
During the last 15 minutes of the show, you can call live and discuss any matter with Dr. D. on "dialogue With D." Call 347h-327-9168
Today’s (12 November 2014) The-American-Family.com show features Dr. Katherine van Wormer, talking about a country she knows well- Norway. Other shows in the series will focus on their human services network, especially their alcoholism and substance abuse series. Katherine has written extensively on that subject. This is a live call-in show and you can talk directly with Katherine. Call her anytime, noon to 12:30 pm EST, with your question or comment. Call 347-327-9168.
Dr. D.’s Commentary is the foci for the second thirty minutes. He explores America’s myth: “If you don’t talk about it, it doesn’t exist.” Also discussed will be two truisms: “Silence is a vote for that which you are being silent about.” and (2) “We indeed are thinking people. However, feelings always trump logic and values trump them both.” Call in and share your view on all three and related matters. Call 347-327-9168 from 12:30-1:00 pm. EST.
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