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Join Dr. Brewer in a timely conversation with psychotherapist Rodney Orders of Orders Counseling in the Washington, DC Metro Area about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and many other stressors a multitude of individuals experience - there is a way towards health. Join Pamela Brewer and Rodney Orders for an educational conversation. Tune in on www.blogtalkradio.com/MyNDTALK-with-Dr-Pamela-Brewer 8-9 PM Eastern. MyNDTALK on BLOGTALK EVERY THURSDAY 8-9 PM ET
This adults-only conversation focuses on rape in the military. With the assistance of clips from the award-winning documentary The Invisible War - you will meet courageous people who have come together to expose and fight the trauma of military sexual trauma (MST). Men and women of all colors and all relationship experiences talk about the pain of being assaulted - first by the perpetrator and then again by the military system of "justice" - often more like injustice. Listen to their stories and then share this with those you believe will benefit from knowing that they are not alone, some changes are in place and there are people working to stop this crime against humanity.
Host: Russ Letica from the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Welcome Dr. Pamela D. Palmater who is an Associate Professor and the author of Beyond Blood Rethinking Indigenous Identity. She will be speaking about BILL C-428. An Act to amend the Indian Act (publication of by-laws) and to provide for its replacement. http://indigenousnationhood.blogspot.com Harper’s Indigenous Manifesto: Erasing Indigenous Peoples from Canada http://indigenousnationhood.blo
Host: Russ Letica Dr. Pamela D. Palmater speaks to us about First Nation politics in Canada – the upcoming Assembly of First Nations election, the current federal government’s dictatorial approach to “Aboriginal affairs” and the current legislative initiatives being imposed on First Nations. Here are some topics that will be discussed on the show: http://indigenousnationhood.blogspot.ca/2012/03/afn-election-2012-stopping-assimilation.html http://indigenousnationhood.blo
Dr. Pamela Brewer talks with Author, Priscilla Boos as she discusses her love and her grief and her recovery from the loss of her husband in "Meet Me at the Bakery: My Journey through Grief and Back to Life"
As you follow this poignant story, you will find yourself moved and invigorated to live your best life - and to share Priscilla's story and book with those you care about.
Host: Russ Letica Dr. Pamela D. Palmater speaks to us about the report Our Children, Our Future, Our Vision. Also, poverty within the community. This report, Our Children, Our Future, Our Vision, builds on this previous knowledge and reviews the concrete action taken on First Nation education in Ontario since the Manifesto. It also provides an overview of some of the initial feedback received from First Nation communities on what barriers remain in First Nation education and how to best addres
Dr.Pamela Brewer talks with Linda Allen Founder and Director of Arms for Hope International - about her experiences - sometimes harrowing, often heartbreaking and horifying, as she met with women of the Congo - and talks about their pain and suffering at the hands of the rebel soldiers - and the shame of a world leaving these women to live in the unspeakable memories of lost families, lost hope - lost lives. And yet, Linda Allen provides hope and healing to these resilient women.
Due to the sometimes graphic nature of what is described - this program is NOT recommended for children or those with a trauma history.
Panel: Russ Letica, David Little Eagle and Nell Cole Join us in welcoming Dr. Pamela D. Palmater who is an Associate Professor, Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University. She is also the author of Beyond Blood Rethinking Indigenous Identity. Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org www.ryerson.ca/cig Check out her blog at: http://indigenousnationhood.blogspot.com/2011/03/beyond-blood
Dr Pamela Brewer examines the concept of healing from both a psychological (with Virginia psychotherapist Dalal Musa, LCSW) and behavioral (North Carolina organizer Julie Seibert) perspective.
Dr. Pamela Brewer talks with 2 men - one: African American; the other: White Latino. One lives in the Midwest, the other in Washington, DC. How did they meet? How did they and do they grow their friendship? We often hear about women's friendships - rarely about men's friendships. As we continue to honor Black History Month - and Valentine's Day :-) take a listen to these two men discuss their own friendship journey. And if you are a man - o
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