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Tory Sherlock is currently in the last year of her undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, graduating with Honors and a BA in Psychology. She is trying to continue on to graduate school for music therapy. For her senior thesis this year, she is researching the efficacy of art therapies in a variety of contexts including healing and rehabilitation. This study will focus on the perspective of the therapist and giver of treatment, not just client/patient outcome. Part of her research will include carrying out interviews with prospective therapists who are willing to answer some questions about their stance on their work, what brought them to the field, along with some other similar topics.
Since I get requests for interviews or information from students frequently, I thought I'd record this one so that other students looking for similar information might be able to use it for their projects, too.
This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Drug Debate/ Treatment Options
With the CDC and different states trying to limit the options for those using opiates to help control pain. The debate is whether those on opiates are addicts or patients. Another debate within the Chronic Pain Community is if you don’t take prescribed medication than the person may not be suffering as much as those who do. Let’s look at what is being state and by whom. Is there a difference on who says what? Are those who suffer from Chronic Pain relying too heavily on doctors to give them a “Cure” of “Hope?” Call in and give us your thoughts and opinions as we work to a solution in which everyone can work together and fight for the cause.
The issue of the Black father has been going on for generations and unfortunately in a negative way.
Whether we are talking about the absentee father, the deadbeat dad, the abusive father, the man that never really came around, the man that had all those kids, the man that wouldn't marry my mom, the man that we never met or the one that we can't seem to get it together with, the Black father is a polarizing figure. He commands a lot of attention for a man that so many people say hardly exists in our lives.
The issues with fathers is not exclusive to Black people. Other races and ethnic groups have had similar issues with fathers but their issues seem to have dealt more with abusive or neglectful fathers inside the home. Many Black people have the opposite experience.
This is not a general show concerning fathers though. This show will focus on personal issues that people have had in the Black family with their fathers.
What has been your experience concerning your dad? Was he there? Was he absent? Have you been mad at him most of your life or have you been looking for him most of your life?
Has someone else that is not been your biological dad been your dad all your life? How did that turn out?
Have you been taught to feel like a father is not as important in your life as a mother is?
What about people who have sons? Do we secretly fear that our sons won't be there for their children if they grew up without a dad? Do we try to prevent that from happening or do we let the chips fall where they may?
What can be done to remedy the situation of the Black father in relation to the child, the family and the community?
In this episode of Pain Waves Radio, co-hosted with Dr. Michael Negraeff, we talk to Phillipe Lucas about medical cannabis in Canada and how it can be used to treat chronic pain. We discuss the research that shows how cannabis can work as a safer adjunct to or substitute for pharmaceutical opiates and cover some of the common myths and misconceptions around medical cannabis. We also discuss the societal benefits, possible risks, and specific strains being used to treat chronic pain.
About Our Guest: Philippe Lucas is Vice President of Patient Advocacy at Tilray, a PhD student in the University of Victoria’s Social Dimensions of Health program, and a Graduate Researcher with the Center for Addictions Research of British Columbia. Philippe served as a Victoria City Councillor and Capital Region Director from 2008-2011, and over the years he has received a number of accolades and awards for his research. His scientific research projects and publications include studies on the therapeutic use of cannabis, with a focus on its use in the treatment of trauma and addiction. His publications are available at: www.philippelucas.com.
Please note we're no longer accepting call-ins to Pain Waves Radio.
Join us tonight as we venture into Word Assassinations. Word Assassinations are those words or phrases that were spoken to you as a child that were merely meant to intimidate and or control children into behaving or doing something. For many those words lay dormant in their souls and have been proven to be repeated to their offspirng and some cases has cause that now adult to be stagnant due to a lack of confidence, low self-esteem and a feeling of unworthiness. Three males speak from various perspectives.
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THONIGHT IS WHERE YOU GET YOUR THERAPY OF GOOD MUSIC. PLAYING ALL THE OLD TO NEW SCHOOL RNB HITS. TIME WHERE YOU CAN KICK BACK AN TAKE A BREATHER A MINUTE AND JUST ENJOY GOOD MUSIC. WE ON THE GROWN AN SEXY TIP OF NIGHT. COME JOIN US AND GET YOUR THURSDAY THERAPY ON.
Charlies Elias, Founder of PRN For Families in Colorado explained to Lon January 12, 2016 that families need continuing professional advice and support when they realize that the standard therapy they have been relying on is not enough. Charlies went through the steps they go through to reassure families they understand the family dynamics and can guide them to help heal their struggling teen through healing the whole family.
Contact: Charlies Elias 888-762-5973 email@example.com www.prnforfamilies.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
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We review Monday Night Raw right after the show instead of waiting for other podcasts to do it and regurgitate the same opinions. We might also talk about the Iowa caucuses, but more likely will turn our attention to more important things in the midwest like NXT house shows.
Mitchell’s guest this evening is celebrated drum virtuoso Pat Gesualdo, who is known for pioneering the groundbreaking techniques of Drum Therapy® and for his celebrated non-profit organization D.A.D. (Drums and Disabilities). NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Administration and the New Jersey Dept. of Education Commissioner helped Gesualdo launch D.A.D. in 2004, as a special education program in New York City and New Jersey school systems.
Psychologists, neuroscientists, teachers, law enforcement agencies, child protective agencies, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and behavioral therapists in over 15 countries, use Gesualdo’s revolutionary Drum Therapy techniques in schools, mental health facilities, hospitals, and therapy centers. This effort helps disabled children and adults develop physical & cognitive functioning.
Pat was invited to the White House in an effort to bring his pioneering Drum Therapy techniques to help wounded troops throughout the United States. In 2012, under President Obama, the U.S. Department of State brought Gesualdo to the West Bank region of Israel, to help disabled Israeli and Palestinian children with his groundbreaking techniques of drum therapy.
Pat has been the lead story on NBC, CBS, and ABC TV News& other major media outlets on a Global basis. He had a 4 page feature interview in Modern Drummer Magazine, and featured in major media outlets such as WABC TV, MSNBC, ABC Television News, CNN, USA Today, NBC Television News, the LA Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, Fox Morning Show and more.
Tune in to tonight’s interview on the power of music and rhythm for effecting healing, reducing violence and building communit.
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