• 00:24

    Who’s Who? Putting Together Your Team for Eating Disorders Treatment

    in Health

    Speakers


    Evelyn Attia, MD, Director of the Center for Eating Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center/NewYork- Presbyterian Hospital, Professor of Psychiatry.


    Deborah Glasofer, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Columbia Center for Eating Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology


    Description:


    Treating the behavioral, psychological, and physical problems associated with eating disorders often requires a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. We will discuss the roles of various team members as well as leadership, care coordination, and effective communication.


    Contact Information


    For more information on treatment and research opportunities for those with eating disorders, please visit our clinic website at www.columbiaeatingdisorders.org,  follow us on twitter @ColumbiaED, or call us at 646-774-8066.

  • 02:09

    QARLive: Southern Charm W/ Angie & Katie: Bumbling Barry: Keystone Leadership

    in Politics Conservative

    DHS tackles endless morale problems with seemingly endless studies:


    Afflicted with the lowest morale of any large federal agency, the Department of Homeland Security did what comes naturally to many in government.


    It decided to study the problem. And then study it some more.


    The first study cost about $1 million. When it was finished, it was put in a drawer. The next one cost less but duplicated the first. It also ended up in a drawer.


    “There’s really no excuse for the department expending finite resources on multiple studies, some at the same time, to tell the department pretty much what everyone has concluded: that there are four-to-five things that need to be done for morale,” said Chris Cummiskey, who left DHS in November after serving as its third-highest-ranking official. “You don’t need $2 million worth of studies to figure that out.”


    ISIS name giving terror license to loose, growing network of offshoots


    WASHINGTON –  Islamic State "affiliates" seem to be emerging at an alarming rate, giving the sense of an expanding terror network with satellites all over the world.


    But a closer look, according to analysts, shows these ISIS offshoots are likely operating without much coordination with the Islamic State core. It doesn't make them any less dangerous, but helps explain how a group President Obama described just one year ago as "JV" has established a presence in nearly a dozen countries.


    Unlike Al Qaeda, which in its prime was operationally stronger and had a better communication network with its affiliates, the ISIS network appears more fractured. There is no clear-cut power pyramid beyond its head, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. And a number of the affiliates existed before, only recently latching onto ISIS as the terror network grew in notoriety. 

  • 00:11

    Talking With the Commandant of West Point: BG John Thomson

    in Sports

    We had a chance in January to visit at his Washington Hall office at West Point, Brigadier General John Thomson, the Commandant of Cadets. Gen. Thomson is a former Army football player and has been a guest several times on our radio shows.  A good friend and great officer of the US Army, we are pleased to introduce him to you.


    Our interview first aired on WVOX 1460 AM in New Rochelle, our home base for Sons of the American Legion Radio.


    From the West Point webpage:


    Brigadier General John (J.T.) Thomson hails from Tyler, Texas and earned his commission as a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery on May 28, 1986.  He assumed duties as the 75th Commandant of Cadets for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York in August 2014. 


    In 1991, BG Thomson was assigned to the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Nuremburg, Germany, then served as a Tactical Officer for the U.S. Corps of Cadets at West Point, New York until 1997. From 1998 to 2003, BG Thomson was assigned to the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. From May 2007 to February 2008, he served as Executive Officer to the Commanding General of Multi-National Corps in Baghdad, Iraq. 


    BG Thomson commanded the 41st Fires Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas from 2009 to 2011, then became the Director of the Chief’s Coordination Group (CCG) for the 38th Chief of Staff of the Army in the Pentagon.  From April 2013 to July 2014, he served as Deputy Commanding General for the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colorado (deploying to Afghanistan).


    BG Thomson earned a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York in 1986 and a M.S. degree in Counseling and Leader Development from Long Island University in 1995. 

  • 01:18

    Setting Up A Billionaire Master Mind Group

    in Education

    The Mastermind concept was introduced in the book Think and Grow Rich in the early 1900’s.  Author Napoleon Hill described it as “The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people who work toward a definite purpose in the spirit of harmony.”  In Part 2 of his video series, “Think and Grow Rich Master Keys”, he states that by using the mastermind principle, you can accomplish in 1 year what would take a lifetime to accomplish without it.

  • 01:00

    Life's Issues with Don't Dwell & Find Your Abundance

    in Self Help

    Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Sam Shelley & Nazim Rashid:


    Sam’s story starts as a young boy when, hit by a fast-moving van, he spent several months in the hospital and several more at home rehabbing and getting his strength back. Soon after, he suffered an anxiety attack which began his spiral into chronic anxiety, catastrophic thinking and depression. In his early 20’s, Sam was also diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and by 37, he suffered the worst migraine of his life and was diagnosed – and quickly hospitalized - with multiple sclerosis. His body deteriorated rapidly, quickly turning Sam into a virtual invalid, requiring a cane to walk, bladder issues, vision issues, reduced coordination on the left side of his body, near constant medical attention and all told, 13 prescriptions just to survive each day.


    Nazim went from a childhood of suicidal fantasies from emotional neglect and emotional bullying from family members to drug abuse in his adolescent years to drug dealing to suicide attempt to drug addiction to homelessness, to his transformation to becoming a Muslim, completing a 12 Step Program to Conflict Resolution Mediator, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counselor to Program Director of Adult and Youth programs, to Community Activist to Educational Consultant and Workshop Facilitator to Teacher to Author, Personal Development Specialist to Life Coach and Talk Show Host. - I host The Reconnected Show, an informative talk show featuring various professionals in the mental health, parenting, drug abuse, personal development, relationship, and motivational fields. They address topics that mirror the chapters in my book Reconnected. My show airs every Saturday, 11:00 am Mountain and 1:00 EST, on this site www.blogtalkradio.com/reconnected

  • 01:13

    #3 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, The Psychology of Mentoring

    in Entertainment

    Today our special guest is Dr. Frank Davis, a Psychologist who specialises in (Custody Evaluation, Special Master/Parenting Coordination, Re-unification Therapy, Court-Ordered Therapy.) His is a true friend of the show so be sure to listen in.

  • 01:01

    The Power of Following Your Bliss, with guest John Moreschi Jr.

    in Spirituality

    Discover • Manifest • Transform!


    John Moreschi Jr is our episode guest, and we are truly excited!  Rob and I first met John in Egypt, and we instantly knew that we were Spirit family.  John will be sharing the powerful experiences he has had as he intentionally follows his bliss!


    A little about John...born in Bronx, New York, at the age of 19 he followed his dreams and moved west to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Administration.  The next ten years he held positions with companies such as Caesars Palace Resort and the House of Blues. 


    Awakening to the realization that he was more than his physical self prompted John to leave Las Vegas and begin a spiritual journey of enlightenment.


    His journey has taken him to seven continents, where he has volunteered, practiced various forms of meditation, fundraised for various agencies, and so much more!


    Be prepared for amazing stories of Divine Coordination and much laughter, as Rob and I chat with John about the power of following your bliss!


    Please do join the discussion by calling in, or reaching out through our chat board, with your comments and questions! 


    Together WE create the Shift!


    One Love!

  • 00:55

    Move to Amend Reports w/Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics

    This week features the co-founder and Executive Director of Creative Strategies for Change, Rachael Sharp, to talk with us about their work to bridge the social divides and engage communities on all sides by mobilizing arts and education for social justice.


    Rachael is a passionate artist, activist, and educator who works in a variety of creative mediums, specializing in popular education, applied theater, dance, and movement. She holds a Master of Arts from the Gallatin School at New York University, and has completed professional training programs with Bay Area Nonviolent Communication, Dominic Barter, and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs at NYU, where she received the Nia award for outstanding work in the arts and social justice. Through her work, Rachael has had the opportunity to facilitate innovative social justice education and arts programs for people of all ages, as well as supporting nonprofit organizations with communications, program coordination, and general operations.

  • 00:55

    Move to Amend Reports w/Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics

    This week features the co-founder and Executive Director of Creative Strategies for Change, Rachael Sharp, to talk with us about their work to bridge the social divides and engage communities on all sides by mobilizing arts and education for social justice.


    Rachael is a passionate artist, activist, and educator who works in a variety of creative mediums, specializing in popular education, applied theater, dance, and movement. She holds a Master of Arts from the Gallatin School at New York University, and has completed professional training programs with Bay Area Nonviolent Communication, Dominic Barter, and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs at NYU, where she received the Nia award for outstanding work in the arts and social justice. Through her work, Rachael has had the opportunity to facilitate innovative social justice education and arts programs for people of all ages, as well as supporting nonprofit organizations with communications, program coordination, and general operations.

  • 01:00

    Using NTIA's New BroadbandUSA Programs for Your Community

    in Internet

    It's all hands on deck as several Obama Administration agencies and departments spring into action implementing components of the Obama Broadband Doctrine announced recently in Cedar Falls, IA. Today learn how your community can get vital assistance executing network deployment and adoption efforts. 


    The BroadbandUSA initiative, a program of the Dept. of Commerce's National Telecommunications and information Administration (NTIA) will: 



    provide expertise, tools and information to benefit communities that are developing or improving broadband services and broadband adoption;
    offer online and in-person technical assistance to help communities mprove broadband access and bring more Americans online;
    host a series of regional workshops around the country to instruct decision-makers on best practices and lessons learned from local communities;
    distribute guides and tools that provide communities with proven solutions to problems in planning, financing, construction and operations; and
    through collaboration with other federal agencies and broadband stakeholder groups, promote interagency coordination to ensure that information and resources get to communities quickly and effectively.


    Laura Breeden, Director of External Affairs for BroadbandUSA, and Lynn Chadwick, Federal Program Officer with the NTIA State Broadband Initiative, offer tips and guidelines for maximizing this newest program. Their primary mission is to make it as convenient as possible for communities to get assistance making broadband work for their constituents. 


     

  • 00:30

    Medical Management Becomes Care Coordination

    in Health

    The redesign of Sentara's former Medical Management Department included provisions for consistent and compliant workflows for level of care determination and medical necessity. As part of these changes in medical care management, a new VP of Medical Care Management, Teresa I. Gonzalvo, RN, BSN, MPA, CPHQ, ACM, was hired. We'll be talking to Ms. Gonzalvo about the changes in care and what care coordination means to patients and their families.

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