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Host Todd Weaver welcomes Dr. Robert Brooks to the show. Bob is a Clinical Psychologist, PhD, faculty member at Harvard Medical School and one of today’s leading speakers and authors on the themes of resilience, motivation, school climate, a positive work environment, and family relationships. Dr. Brooks has co-authored numerous books with Dr. Sam Goldstein including; Raising a Self Disciplined Child, Raising Resilient Children, The Power of Resilience and Raising Resilient Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders. During the past 35 years, Dr. Brooks has presented nationally and internationally to thousands of parents, educators, mental health professionals, and business people. His talks are filled with practical, realistic suggestions and he is renowned for the warmth and humor he uses to bring his insights and anecdotes to life. You can learn more about Robert HERE and follow him on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Lonny J Avi Brooks is an Assistant professor in the Communication Department at California State University, East Bay. His current manuscript is Playing@Foresight: Communicating the Future of Digital Culture (in review at MIT Press). His research of long term thinking of is part of a larger study of how organizations (especially forecasting think tanks), interaction designers, and college youth envision the future of media and information technologies. This research brings together his interests in the social and cultural impacts of new media and the distribution of societal stories we invent to forward, mitigate, or restrain technological and scientific invention. He looks at futurist think tanks worldwide to investigate the metaphors employed in future scenarios of computing as they interact with historical, sociocultural memories, and present-day realities. As part of his research on emergent trends in social computing and user experience research, he investigates how long term thinking can be implemented in higher education. Professor Brooks is a member of the research group, Gaming as a Lens for Learning project to investigate gaming as a platform for understanding how gaming can provide students with immersive experiences in learning about media theory and practice. Professor Brooks received his PhD in Communication at UC San Diego and an MA in Library and Information Science at UCLA. He is currently Chair of the Communication And The Future (CATF) division of the National Communication Association.
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Veterans and Adult Learners/Students Ask Dr. Applewhite (aka Professor Applewhite), about why many Religious Teachers do not address the real issues surrounding pain, suffering, and disability. Hear real issues and stories shared about self-perception, relationships, and feelings will inspire and motivate you!
Dr. Ann Williamson theologian and adjunct college instructor shares a fresh perspective on our topic with Dr. Danita Applewhite and other guests as they address questions like “Why did GOD make me this way?” or “What did I do wrong?”, or “Why can’t I think, talk, walk….. like other students?”. How does a teacher answer these questions and what are the boundaries? What are the issues surrounding students with disabilities and their perception of self. A special look at the role religion plays in the success of students and how African-American families deal with a child in special education. Join Dr. Applewhite and guests as they examine these questions and discuss how teachers can answer these philosophical and religious issues.This show is a rerun of Students and Veterans Discuss Religious Teachings and Disability that aired previously on March 2012,
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Valley, Alabama musician Daniel Brooks got his musical start as the bass player for a local cover band, Fifth Element in 2003, where he cut his teeth playing many bars and private parties. In 2006, while in college in Troy, Alabama, he met a fellow musician and formed the duo Stoned Cold Happiness. Stoned Cold Happiness would continue to play weekly around the local music scene until 2008. In 2009 Daniel would begin to venture into solo music, focusing on honing his skills on the acoustic guitar. In 2012, by happenstance of a late night jam session, Daniel and fellow musician Brett McDaniel laid the groundwork for Daniel & McDaniel, an Americana-Folk inspired acoustic duo. In early 2015, Daniel and Robbie Sellers formed the duo Pell Avenue and are currently working on their first album while playing the Southeast. Currently Daniel is also working on a rock/county acoustic duo with his brother, former lead singer of Fifth Element, MarDe Brooks under the name Brooks. Be on the lookout for Daniel as his music career progresses.
We Carry the Light with Host Dr. Susan Allison. Heart- Broken Open with Kristine Carlson. If you have ever lost someone you loved, whether to death, to separation or divorce, or have experienced hardship of any kind, you know the grief and pain of such difficulty. Today's guest, Kristine Carlson, experienced the shock of her life when her husband died suddenly, leaving her in profound and devastating pain. In her authentic and honest memoir, Kristine comes face to face with suffering and deep sorrow, and openly shares her feelings with us. On today's show, Kris will share her journey from fear, insecurity and heartbreak, to inspiration, empowerment and courage. As she says, "Suffering opened me, and love moves me forward."
Saint Germain Updates His Prophecies for 2015 and Moves into 2016 with David Christopher Lewis. Completely spontaneous and inspired! Saint Germain delivers directly through David Christopher Lewis new revelations for the remainder of 2015 and into 2016. The Master Alchemist of the Seventh Age tells what he foresees in a live update to his Prophecies for 2015 given in a HeartStream on December 31, through David, now with 58,000 views on YouTube. David will also discuss the Master’s extraordinary teachings from his new book on Advanced Alchemy and share a major alchemical tool from Saint Germain to mitigate wars, the crises of global economic manipulation and natural cataclysms, including drought and chemtrails. Will the Master predict more exposés, unprecedented abundance or divine intervention? This is a show for those who have ears to hear.
Voices of Women with Host Kris Steinnes. Sonya Lea shares her powerful new memoir .Wondering Who You Are. In the twenty-third year of their marriage, Sonya Lea’s husband, Richard, went in for surgery to treat a rare appendix cancer. When he came out, he had no recollection of their life together: how they met, their wedding day, the births of their two children. All of it was gone, along with the rockier parts of their past—her drinking, his anger. Richard could now hardly speak, emote, or create memories from moment to moment. Who he was wasn't.Wondering Who You Are braids the story of Sonya and Richard’s relationship, those memories that he could no longer conjure, together with his fateful days in the hospital—the near-death experience and eventual traumatic brain injury. It follows the couple through his recovery as they struggle with his treatment, and through a marriage no longer grounded on decades of shared experience. As they build a fresh life together, as Richard develops a new personality, Sonya is forced to question her own assumptions, beliefs and desires, her place in the marriage and her way of being in the world. With radical candor and honesty, Sonya Lea has written a memoir that is both a powerful look at perseverance in the face of trauma and a surprising exploration into what lies beyond our fragile identities.
The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By! The Questionable Parent Glenna Rice Enlightens Us All!questionable, parent,enlightens,
The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By! Service.....Not Sales with Connie Pheiff. There is no secret to business success once you understand your people. Connie Pheiff will share how you can accelerate your business through service… not sales. By focusing on the key areas of your organization you can increase your odds of success. Connie believes the most effective way to increase your business is creating an emotional engagement with your internal and external customers.
The Chip Justice Show - Positive Changes for a Life You Will Love! Faith is an Inside Job - Cultivate Faith in Whatever You Do! Defining the four keys to cultivating faith in yourself! Understanding how to use the keys to reach your goals and success. Realizing you can accomplish and live a life you will love.
The staff of White Apple Institute offers deepest condolescences to everyone affected by the massacre in South Carolina on June 17, 2015.
The term discrimination is too often associated with racism versus disability. In addition, racism and discrimination are frequently related in the U.S. media to the victimization of African-Americans and other Non-White groups by White Americans. As a result, African-American students with mental/learning or physical disabilities are often overlooked as they face the challenges of higher education and workforce success. Dr. Applewhite is joined by Special Guest Professor Kelmer Muhammad (Educator, Entrepreneur, Author) to discuss discrimination and realistic solutions. Veterans conclude our show with their response to discrimination and news updates for Student Veterans with Mitch Caviness. This show is a rerun that aired previously on Students Discuss the Reality of Discrimination. 12-6-14.Your one-time or monthly recurring tax-deductible donation of $5 or more to White Apple Institute will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals. Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite (formerly Student2Teacher) Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7.
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