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Hoarding is the acquiring and keeping of so many possessions that areas of the home become unusable, yet the person continues to avoid any meaningful reduction of the belongings. By using an intervention technique called Harm Reduction we can help the person that hoards by helping them to be safe and giving them owbership in their decisions.
Join host Tami Neumann in conversation with Debbie Stanley, Mental Health Counselor, Corporate Psychologist and founder of Thoughts In Order. Through this conversation you will learn that hoarding isn't criminal or abusive to another person and ways to successfully help the person who hoards to be safe in their environment.
Connect with Debbie:
Website It's Not About the Stuff: Understanding Hoarding, Part 1
Dr. Alec Pollard, a clinical psycologist, at St. Louis University will talk about Hoarding, OCD and other anxiety disorders among older adults.
Dr. Alec Pollard, Founder and Director of the Anxiety Disorders Center (ADC) at Saint Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute (SLBMI) and Professor of Family and Community Medicine at Saint Louis University talks to listeners about hoarding, OCD and other anxiety disorders in aging adults. In 1982, Dr. Pollard established the first center in the St. Louis region dedicated to treatment, education, and research in the field of anxiety disorders. Since that time, the ADC has treated thousands of children, adolescents, and adults from over 40 states and 11 countries. Dr. Pollard is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation (IOCDF) and chairs the IOCDF national training initiative, the Behavior Therapy Training Institute. He serves as a reviewer for numerous journals and conference program committees and has authored over 85 professional publications, including two books, Dying of Embarrassment: Help for Social Anxiety and The Agoraphobia Workbook. Saint Louis University Department of Family and Community Medicine 1402 South Grand Boulevard O'Donnell Hall, 2nd Floor St. Louis, MO 63104 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
If you've seen the TV show "Hoarders" - you know how bad this problem can be. But let's face it - we all have a "Hoarder" in us. That one room, or garage or shed or desk or even drawer - that we refuse to let anyone see.
Today we talk with professional organizer, Patty Hoyt, about the mental aspects of being chronically disorganized, and how to get past it, and clean up those messy places in our lives. I know I needed this show, and I know most of us do!
Please join us today as we talk about how to take control of those out-of-control places in our homes, offices, cars and world.
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Do you every think about animal cruelty when using your cosmetic items? This show will explore animal testing .
Guest: Katherine Groff Director of Researching and investigations at Neaves.
Mission Protecting animals. Supporting alternatives. Advancing science. Founded in 1895, the New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS) is a Boston-based, national animal advocacy organization dedicated to ending the use of animals in research, testing, and science education. Through research, outreach, education, legislation, litigatio
Hoarding is the acquiring and keeping of so many possessions that areas of the home become unusable, yet the person continues to avoid any meaningful reduction of the belongings.
Our natural reaction when walking into the home of someone who hoards is to take all of the items and throw them out. This may be one of the most harmful things we can do when trying to hep the person that hoards.
Join host Tami Neumann in conversation with Debbie Stanley, Mental Health Counselor, Corporate Psychologist and founder of Thoughts In Order. Through this conversation you will learn that hoarding isn't criminal or abusive to another person and the key points to understanding this behavior.
If you have a loved one, neighbor or friend that you may feel is hoarding please tune in to this two part series about hoarding. Where we will discuss the Key Points About Hoarding to understand why someone hoards and in Part 2 on September 18 you will learn about Harm Reduction.
If you have a question that you would like to ask Debbie Stanley please be sure to tune into the discussion live and call (646) 478-4343 to speak with Debbie live, or go to Facebook to post your questions that will be asked in the show.
Connect with Debbie:
Website Harm Reduction: Understanding Hoarding, Part 2
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It's October, that time of year when our thoughts turn to the spirit world. On this show, Jennifer will be discussing the spirits of animals--not only our pets, but animals that lived in the forests, fields, and oceans. The American Indians and many other ancient tribes around the world had great reverence for the animal kingdom. They believed that animals in spirit were actually around us, to help us and guide us.
We’ve all heard stories about animals who defy destiny and go from the jaws of death to an idyllic life at an animal sanctuary. Stories of cows who jump seemingly impossible heights to escape slaughter and chimps rescued from laboratory research facilities are familiar, but there’s much to it than that. Where do the other animals come from? How do they juggle a virtual Noah’s ark of animals so everyone is happy? What does it take to run an animal sanctuary? And what happens when it’s full? We will talk about these and many more questions (bring your own questions to the conversation if you’d like to!) during our show with Kathy Stevens, Founder and Director of the Catskill Animal Sanctuary in New York and Steve and Helen Rayshick, founders, caretakers and guardians of Sunny Meadow Sanctuary. These stories need to be told and that’s exactly what we’ll share with you. Please join us for an inspiring, touching and eye-opening show!
Join Michele Amburgey for this amazing show all about Animal totems, spirit animals and animal guides!! Animals play a huge part in the evolution of mankind and we have these loving beings to assist us and to facilitate growth, awareness, healing and more!!
Learn about some the common guides and their meanings.
Call in to ask about your animal guides!
Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD, Director of Hoarding Research Program and Assistant Professor at Columbia University Department of Psychiatry
Difficulty discarding items, one feature of Hoarding Disorder, is relatively common, with 1 in 5 people in the U.S. endorsing difficulty discarding in a national survey. In this talk, Dr. Rodriguez will describe how hoarding behaviors, once thought to be part of OCD, are now considered to be a separate disorder called “Hoarding Disorder.” Hoarding disorder is now listed in the DSM-5 diagnostic manual. Dr. Rodriguez will further discuss why it can be so difficult to let go of possessions, what treatments and services are available for individuals with Hoarding Disorder, and which new treatments are now being developed.
For more information on Hoarding Disorder treatment and research for adults, please call 212-543-5081. http://www.columbiapsychiatry.org/hoarding
To participate in an anonymous online survey (IRB #6677) to understand what kinds of treatments and services are acceptable to individuals who have hoarding behaviors, such as difficulty discarding or parting with possessions, excessive acquiring, and clutter in their home. Participation is limited to once per person; it will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete. After completing the survey, you can enter for a chance to win a $100 Amazon.com gift card. Click here to take the survey.
This week I will be adressing the various Animal Rights groups, it is time you learn where your money is going & what it is being used for. We see the ads, heartwrenching abused forlorn animals that only you can help with your 20 bucks a month. Did you know that 20 bucks a month goes to legislation & to fund CEO's pension funds? Did you know that once the cameras are gone & they've sucked your wallet dry that they leave the animals behind at high kill shelters or simply kil
Tonight your Host Pamela Marie Edmunds will have as her guest Author Darlene Stout. They will be discussing Darlene's work with the animals and her new book "Uncovering Your Personal Animal Totem."
More About Darlene Stout;
Darlene Stout is the author of Uncovering Your Personal Animal Totem. She calls herself a wildlife intuitive. A name she coined herself as she helps individuals connect to their intuitive guidance by connecting them to their animal spirit guides. She attended Northeastern University, in Boston, Massachusetts and spent twenty-nine years working in biotechnology before leaving it all to answer a call to work full-time for spirit. She holds a bachelor of science in parapsychology, from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. Through her classes and workshops Darlene is widely known for teaching people how to tap into their intuition and connect to the spiritual realm through animals and nature. She spends here time as a professional intuitive and spiritual coach assisting those on the their spiritual path and souls journey to trust the messages they get from spirit. As a visual artist she can be seen around town photographing animals and nature that she uses as illustrations for the personal animal totems she creates for her students and clients that complete the journey of uncovering their animal totem. For information on having Darlene create an image of your personal animal totem visit her website at: www.howlecoyote.com
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