• 00:45

    Coping Skills 101

    in Self Help

    Our maiden voyage!
    In the first 5 minutes of the show we’ll demonstrate a coping skill that you can use immediately.
    Everybody has major and minor life stressors. These stressors come from the environment and from the way we think and feel. We cope with these experiences in a variety of ways. We will show you some new ways of coping and remind you of the skills you already use.
    Clarissa and Jennifer are transformational coaches who are trained and experienced teachers of life skills. Clarissa lives on the east coast and Jennifer lives in Los Angeles.
    We have a huge tool kit of skills that you can use so that you respond the best way possible to any given event. Some of our skills are simple and can be used by kids. Others require insight and sophistication. We’ll have a good blend of easy and more advanced techniques. And we also will show some ways to deal with easy challenges as well as techniques to deal with serious emotional traumas.
    And most importantly, you will start to build “muscles”, emotional strength, and attitudes so that life’s stressors become more manageable.
    For those who stick around for the end of the show we’ll offer a guided imagery with harp music to relax you and send you on your way.
    Thanks for listening to our show. We hope you enjoy our maiden voyage!

  • 02:02

    Unviversal Dimensions Of Leadership (Skills Training)

    in Education

    These shows will be Universal Leadership Skills training sessions designed to equip the listener with all the skills sets related to successful contemporary leadership in any configuration of human organization.  From the Community of Self to the Largest Community Organization

  • 00:31

    Coping with Loss and Loneliness During the Holidays

    in Women

    It's the most wonderful time of the year! Well... maybe not.

    The holidays, with all their goodwill and cheer, may incite unpleasant memories and uncomfortable feelings for you. It's often during this time of year when the focus is all about giving, celebrating and togetherness that you may become more acutely aware of the voids in your life. Perhaps you've experienced a recent loss, such as the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or the loss of a job or an opportunity. Maybe it's not loss but loneliness that you feel, and no matter how many parties you attend or how many people you're around, you still feel disconnected.

    If any of this describes you, then you need to tune in today. There is a way to unplug yourself from the dread of the holidays, and my guest, Licensed Psychotherapist, Nettie Jones, is here to help you learn to cope with the voids in your life, particularly during the holidays.

    Call in, 646-716-6910 or log on to our Javammunity chat room during our LIVE broadcast!

  • 03:00

    'The Matt Duffin Show' - Brain Injury Coping Skills

    in Social Networking

    Frustration, confusion and learning how to deal with those actions after a Traumatic Brain Injury.  Good Luck!  But there can be adjustments made, as we attempt to become "more pleasant" to be around (if we can be around them!).  TBI's take your emotions, paranonia and distress, mix them in the same 'bag' only to of the shoulder.  Folks get confused, of our actions, words and ideas (which are usually screwy at best) when stimuli takes control.  We talk and talk, say things I doubt any one but the TBI speaker really understands.  We are blessed around Indy, and its past time to share lesson's learned.  BICS - brain injury coping skills.  Now beginning to be offered world wide, I was of the first (and continuous) 'students' to graduate from the BICS - and and as learning to be a PEER Mentror was enrolled in several (6) more of the 20 week course of understanding.  Caregivers by our side, we discuss, understand and learn ways (beyond strategys) to Cope With Every Day Life, at least at times.   Are there slip ups?  I don't know, how was YOUR morning?  Did your TBI as get in the way of understanding?  
    Myself?  Every day, all day long, even with traveling the path taught by the Dr.. Lisa Thompson Foundation 'Family Center' by Dr. Samantha Backhaus and others.  I'll post some conversations of BICS, and probably touch on the 'new' Social Skills with a TBI research program.  Group said I could.  Listen in as various folks with a TBI discuss, learn and adjust.  Why?  Trust me, there is NO WHERE ELSE ON EARTH you can listen in.  See, my social and coping skills aquired permission for such an offering.  Learn. share but grab a pencil,  to make "Mental Notes on Paper".   Or, as my ol' buddy Landon Walker would sing "Give Me Love, And A Little Kindness"....

  • 01:27

    Preparedness Skills! with The Herbal Medic

    in Education

    Preparedness Skills! 
    The Human Path
    on American Preppers Radio!
    9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    Today’s show is a culmination of several topics that are in response to several emails about my previous podcasts and articles. All of these email subjects can be tied together, however, under the topic of “Preparedness Skills.” I start this podcast by discussing some of the different methods that we learn important skills – and by this I am even referring to simple skills and knowledge such as what kinds of foods to can, dry canning vs. wet canning, the difference between short-range and long-range foods, etc.
    Taking the skills from the individual to the family and community level, I talk about some very important concepts related to prepping around the home and neighborhood. Forest gardening, medicinal and food gardening, home and neighborhood defense, the “culture of community,” and how this helps create a stronger, more resilient force against those who would take what they want if there were no more rule of law on the streets.
    Visit The Human Path Here!

    Tags: The Human Path, Prepper Broadcasting, Plant Medicine, Skills

  • 00:30

    Everything Is a Sale: Communication Skills

    in Business

    Black Belt Selling co-hosts, Stephanie and Anna Scheller,  talk about a key skill to become an expert in sales. Imagine knowing the right thing to say to the person in front of you at just the right time! If you every feel tongue tied in front of a prospect, then this episode was created with you in mind!

    Join these ladies as they share how the skills needed to grow your sales can also help you improve your personal life as well.

  • 01:15

    Coping with Grief and Loss During the Holidays

    in Self Help

    For some, the holidays are filled with family, friends and fun. For others, the holidays are filled with sadness, loneliness and grief. Here to provide us with some coping strategies to get through the holidays is Diane Pratt, Grief Coach. Diane has been a coach and mentor throughout her business career and has helped and supported many to achieve their goals. After experiencing the loss of her husband and working through her own grief, she was inspired to establish Phoenix4LifeCoaching LLC. Diane is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Certified Spiritual Coach (CSC) who specializes in supporting those who are working through the loss of a loved one, a pet or a major change in their lives. She is passionate about accompanying individuals on their grief journey, to emerge triumphantly building a new future.

  • 01:00

    Why Virtual Assistants need Project Management Skills, With Susan Mershon

    in Business

    Being a successful virtual assistant isn't necessary just about getting tasks completed. If you can’t manage yourself and your business and you aren't organized, you will find it tough to succeed as a virtual assistant.

    You may not have any desire to become a project manager, but you need to have project management skills in order to run a successful business.

    Susan Mershon, The Techie Mentor™ shares why you need to have project management skills in your VA biz!

  • 00:44


    in Education


    We've got NAMLE Executive Director Michelle Ciulla 

    "Just the facts, Ma'am" as an old TV detective used to say. But it all depends where the facts are coming from in a wired world. Media Literacy is so important these days.. Glad you're here, Michelle.


    Presented by FOLLETT

    www.follett.com. www.follettchallenge.com www.projectconnect.com



  • 00:35

    Coping Strategies for You and Your ADHD Child

    in Parents

    "Keeping up with my son is draining me dry. He's all over the map!"

    "My daughter and her lack of focus is making school a miserable experience for BOTH of us!"

    "I'm so tired of people labeling my child!"

    As a parent of a child with ADHD, you may have found yourself uttering statements like this. You love your son or daughter, but the unpredictability of his or her ADHD can be exhausting and frustrating. Then when you complain because you've reached your limit, the guilt ensues and you doubt yourself as a parent. Sound familiar?

    Over the past 8 years, there has been a 42% increase in diagnoses of ADHD in American children. That means that there are more parents struggling to cope with the daily stress of raising a child with this unique mental disorder. Without some relevant and significant intervention, both parent and child may remain in a cycle of confusion and frustration.

    If this is your story as a parent, we've got just the person who can help you. She's Andrea Works, L.P.C. of Ashar Counseling and Psychological Services, LLC. Andrea specializes in working with parents and children. She's here to offer you the kind of practical expertise to help you AND your child thrive beyond the diagnosis of ADHD.

    Call in to ask her your questions: 646-716-6910, or log on to our LIVE chat room during the broadcast.

  • 00:27

    Developing the Leadership Skills of Millennials, with Tyler Palko

    in Business

    Former NFL quarterback Tyler Palko joins host Kelly Scanlon to talk about developing leadership skills. Now the director of Business and Leadership Development at Solutions 21, Tyler discusses Solutions 21's leadership development programs, leadership development, knowledge transfer, and developing young talent in the workforce, especially millennials.

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