• 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 946

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is April Marie Loposky from Pennsylvania, founder of Marley's Mission, a "Horses Healing Children" non-profit organization that provides equine-based therapy free of charge to children, and their families, who have experienced trauma. Her commitment to Marley's Mission is a personal one – her then 5 year old daughter was attacked in the early morning hours of July 5, 2009, in their home in Taylor, PA. Police immediately responded to her home and captured her daughter's attacker. As the legal process went on, Ms. Loposky saw firsthand her daughter's interaction with horses and their innate ability to help children like her heal – unconditional love and trust – from horse to child and child to horse. Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) has shown evidenced-based efficacy in patients who have experience abuse and now suffer with depression, anxiety and other symptoms as a result of abuse. Research and observational findings have shown EAP yields a variety of psychotherapeutic benefits such as: confidence; self-efficacy; self-concept; communication; anxiety reduction, and most importantly… trust. Marley's Mission currently has several horses as well as the use of stables and fields in Lake Ariel, PA. Marley's Mission employs a team approach to healing children who have experienced trauma. The treatment team includes a specially trained Trauma Therapist and an Equine Specialist. See the web site at: www.marleysmission.com

  • 00:08

    Boots & Hooves Gary Kempiak Founder

    in Military

    (124) Boots and Hooves with Gary Kempiak Founder


    Back in March 2014 I did another show dealing with using Horses to help treat veterans with a variety of issues. Somehow I came across the Boots and Hooves website and again my interest was piqued and so I contacted Gary Kempiak 


    one of the three Founders,  now we have a show.


    Our Mission


    The mission of this new program is to support all military personal, regardless of branch, and veterans in pinpointing many different social, emotional, and personal attributes in order to sail through life and establish well-being, tolerance, and solidarity. Boots & Hooves was formed to provide healing and establish a positive view of the future.


    Boots & Hooves is a non-profit organization (pending) that focuses on Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) partnered with military personnel. This program was designed to promote overall wellbeing and establish an improved understanding of health, teamwork, and wellness.


    Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is considered experiential in nature; this means that each person who goes through this program takes away something different. They learn what works for their life and the lives of their family. Through EAP research, many benefits have been noted including, but not limited to, providing a format in dealing with and controlling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


    gkempiak@bootsandhooves.org

  • 00:05

    Boots and Hooves with Gary Kempiak Founder

    in Military

    RESCEDULED TO THRUSDAY JULY 10 AT 3:00 PM 


    (124) Boots and Hooves with Gary Kempiak Founder


    Back in March 2014 I did another show dealing with using Horses to help treat veterans with a variety of issues. Somehow I came across the Boots and Hooves website and again my interest was piqued and so I contacted Gary Kempiak 


    one of the three Founders,  now we have a show.


    Our Mission


    The mission of this new program is to support all military personal, regardless of branch, and veterans in pinpointing many different social, emotional, and personal attributes in order to sail through life and establish well-being, tolerance, and solidarity. Boots & Hooves was formed to provide healing and establish a positive view of the future.


    Boots & Hooves is a non-profit organization (pending) that focuses on Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) partnered with military personnel. This program was designed to promote overall wellbeing and establish an improved understanding of health, teamwork, and wellness.


    Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is considered experiential in nature; this means that each person who goes through this program takes away something different. They learn what works for their life and the lives of their family. Through EAP research, many benefits have been noted including, but not limited to, providing a format in dealing with and controlling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


    gkempiak@bootsandhooves.org

  • 00:31

    "Employee Assistance Programs - What's the Value?"

    in Business

    BluPrint welcomes Dr. Joseph Bullock to our radio show!  Dr. Bullock will enlighten us on the value and benefit of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs).  EAPs intended to help employees better deal with personal problems that might impact their work-place performance, behaviors and well-being.  EAPs include short-term counseling and referral services for employees and their household members. On this episode, Dr. Bullock will talk with us about several critical areas including the most common reasons clients seek EAP services, how EAP services help veterans and those who are active duty may take advantage of EAP services. 


    ABOUT DR. BULLOCK


    Dr. Bullock has over 25 years of experience as a professional counselor, clinical supervisor and administrator.  Currently, he is currently the Director of Substance Abuse Services for the Arlington County Department of Human Services in Arlington, Virginia.


    Dr. Bullock is also a consultant to the United States Navy providing training and clinical supervision services to counselors in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Dr. Bullock’s professional experience also includes providing numerous workshops on mental health, substance abuse and other counseling related topics. Dr. Bullock is an Adjunct Faculty at Liberty University in the Center for Counseling and Family Studies. Dr. Bullock has a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Doctoral Degree in Community Agency Counseling from Virginia Tech University. Dr. Bullock is licensed as a professional counselor and substance abuse treatment provider in Virginia and Maryland.

  • 00:31

    How Employee Assistance Programs Engage and Nurture Talent

    in Business

    The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, from 6:30-7:00 pm ET for radio, 7:00-8:00 pm ET for the Twitter chat.


    Last week we talked about employee engagement, and this week we’re going to talk about employee assistance programs (EAP).


    EAP services are critical for businesses. They help manage costs by reducing absenteeism, health care costs and more by freeing manager time from dealing with employee personal issues, and help encourage employee engagement.


    Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn more about EAP’s with this week’s guest: Mark Sagor, President of Comprehensive EAP, and Mark McAuliffe, Global Staffing Manager for Waters Corporation.


    A special thank you to our sponsors: RIVS, Dice, TalentWise, Globoforce and Peoplefluent -- and to our marketing partner, Red Branch Media.

  • 01:03

    Terry Gorski Internationally Recognized Substance Abuse Expert

    in Self Help

    It's an Honor to have Terry Gorski on Kickass Personal Transformation with Marti MacGibbon


    If you've overcome addiction, or are currently suffering from addiction, then you don't want to miss this show.  Terry is an authority on addiction and relapse prevention.  On this show Terry will shares his insights and vast years of experience with you.  His messages are powerful, insightful, and encouraging.  Terry delivers hope, and an understanding about the disease.


    About Terry Gorski


    Terence T. Gorski is an internationally recognized expert on substance abuse, mental health, violence, & crime. He is best known for his contributions to relapse prevention, managing chemically dependent offenders, and developing community-based teams for managing the problems of alcohol, drugs, violence, and crime. He has extensive experience working with employee assistance programs (EAP) and has special expertise in working with emergency professionals including fire, medical, and law enforcement.  He is a prolific author and has published numerous books and articles.

  • 00:30

    Building a Culture Advantage

    in Business

    The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, from 6:30-7:00 pm ET for radio, 7:00-8:00 pm ET for the Twitter chat..


    Last week we talked about employee assistance programs (EAP), and this week we’re talking about how to build a culture advantage.


    Leaders need to connect the right set of improvements to get over the “culture tipping point” where momentum, results and buy-in grows.


    Culture will be widely accepted as the ultimate differentiator in organizations within the next 25 years. The focus will over-shadow strategy, talent, technology and all other areas.


    Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn more about cultural advantage with this week’s guest: Tim Kuppler, co-founder of The Culture Advantage and CultureUniversity.com.


    A special thank you to our sponsors: RIVS, Dice, TalentWise, Globoforce and Peoplefluent -- and to our marketing partner, Red Branch Media.

  • 01:04

    Bert Martinez speaks w/ Jason Drohn, Reyno Acoba, Alex Genadinik, Greg Sewitz

    in Business

    Jason Drohn former Pepsi truck driver turned digital entrepreneur, who’s sole mission is to help business owners succeed online.  He’s got a knack for laying down growth plans for businesses in a single conversation, and helping his clients execute


    Reyno Acoba Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, clinical expert in the field of mental health and employee assistance program (EAP) counseling. He has many years serving in the field of inpatient and outpatient psychiatric hospitalizations


    Alex Genadinik software developer, marketer, and an entrepreneur. He is the creator of the Problemio.com business apps which are some of the top mobile apps for planning and starting a business, with 350,000+ downloads across iOS, Android and Kindle. Alex is also the author of two business books


    Greg Sewitz co-founder of Exo, an NYC-based food startup that is pioneering the consumption of insects as a nutritious and sustainable protein source

  • 01:05

    Terry Gorski is guest on Kickass Personal Transformation

    in Self Help

    It's an Honor to have Terry Gorski on Kickass Personal Transformation with Marti MacGibbon


    If you've overcome addiction, or are currently suffering from addiction, then you don't want to miss this show.  Terry is an authority on addiction and relapse prevention.  On this show Terry will shares his insights and vast years of experience with you.  His messages are powerful, insightful, and encouraging.  Terry delivers hope, and an understanding about the disease.


    About Terry Gorski


    Terence T. Gorski is an internationally recognized expert on substance abuse, mental health, violence, & crime. He is best known for his contributions to relapse prevention, managing chemically dependent offenders, and developing community-based teams for managing the problems of alcohol, drugs, violence, and crime. He has extensive experience working with employee assistance programs (EAP) and has special expertise in working with emergency professionals including fire, medical, and law enforcement.  He is a prolific author and has published numerous books and articles.

  • 01:24

    RumRadio Victor G, IN THE HEART OF THE CITY, ALL THAT COUNTS IS AUTHENTICITY

    in Spirituality

    Victor G.


    Sobriety Date 11/20/1992


    Home group: Primary Purpose Group of Houston


    Drank for effect for 22 years. Daily drinker for last 18 years (adulthood) in bars, with friends’ and at home. Most of my money was spent on drinking and getting out of drinking problems.


    Bartender for 12 years.


    Arrested for DWI twice in Houston, Texas and once in Longmont, Colorado. Refused breathalyzers and beat court cases. Refusing breathalyzers cost me suspended licenses in Texas.


    The price you pay for drinking. Drinking is fun.


    Injured myself at work, rehabilitation took two or three months. When I went back to work, sleeping in had become a slippage point. Woke up late again and missed work again. Drinking until two in the morning and getting up in time for work was slipping away.


    Boss noticed I was late again. Boss also thought I had a drinking problem. Boss called back after noon meeting and inquired if I had actually gotten desire chip. Daily AA from there, EAP program appointment 24 days later determined 24 days sobriety required out-patient treatment. Stayed with out-patient to learn and to document recovery for Boss (and my file.) 


    3rd Generation AA.


    Within 70 days had sponsor and was working the steps. Entered weekly Step Study for Men via sponsor. Finished step work in less than 12 weeks from getting sponsor.


    Made rounds of meetings via Key Map and Meetings Guide published by local Intergroup. Lots of road work. Began leading meetings at favorites. Rearranged life around not drinking.


    Co-founded inner city club for simplicity of finding meetings for new guys.


    12th Step work mostly in facilitating meetings and participating in Step Studies and Beginner’s Meetings.

  • 01:24

    RumRadio Victor G, IN THE HEART OF THE CITY, ALL THAT COUNTS IS AUTHENTICITY

    in Spirituality

    Victor G.


    Sobriety Date 11/20/1992


    Home group: Primary Purpose Group of Houston


    Drank for effect for 22 years. Daily drinker for last 18 years (adulthood) in bars, with friends’ and at home. Most of my money was spent on drinking and getting out of drinking problems.


    Bartender for 12 years.


    Arrested for DWI twice in Houston, Texas and once in Longmont, Colorado. Refused breathalyzers and beat court cases. Refusing breathalyzers cost me suspended licenses in Texas.


    The price you pay for drinking. Drinking is fun.


    Injured myself at work, rehabilitation took two or three months. When I went back to work, sleeping in had become a slippage point. Woke up late again and missed work again. Drinking until two in the morning and getting up in time for work was slipping away.


    Boss noticed I was late again. Boss also thought I had a drinking problem. Boss called back after noon meeting and inquired if I had actually gotten desire chip. Daily AA from there, EAP program appointment 24 days later determined 24 days sobriety required out-patient treatment. Stayed with out-patient to learn and to document recovery for Boss (and my file.) 


    3rd Generation AA.


    Within 70 days had sponsor and was working the steps. Entered weekly Step Study for Men via sponsor. Finished step work in less than 12 weeks from getting sponsor.


    Made rounds of meetings via Key Map and Meetings Guide published by local Intergroup. Lots of road work. Began leading meetings at favorites. Rearranged life around not drinking.


    Co-founded inner city club for simplicity of finding meetings for new guys.


    12th Step work mostly in facilitating meetings and participating in Step Studies and Beginner’s Meetings.

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