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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Bryan Kiser & Samuel Japhets
Bestselling Author, Professional Coach, Writer, Speaker, Motivator, and Recruiter- Bryan Kiser has been helping people for over 25 years to better themselves, achieve their goals, and find success. For me it started in the gym and grew to the office, where I now Coach Entrepreneur's and Business Owners of Small to Mid-size businesses on find Clarity, Focusing Energy, and building Influence. I grew up enjoying the sand and the surf in Portland, Texas and I know that choosing a "wave", especially a ride-able one is IMPOSSIBLE if you don't even know what one looks like! www.bryankiser.me
Samuel Japhets is an international motivational speaker, author, a career pastor, prophet, apostle, missionary and singer. He holds a diploma in theology, a bachelor of science in Legal Studies, and is currently a doctor of jurisprudence degree candidate at the William Howard Taft Law School, Santa Ana, California. He is an American citizen residing in Houston, Texas. Samuel is a distinguished Featured Speaker and member of The Public Speakers Association, USA. http://www.publicspeakersassociation.com//samuel-japhets
Marybeth Gasman is a Professor of Higher Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gasman's areas of expertise include the history of American higher education, historically black colleges and universities, minority serving institutions, African American leadership, and fundraising and philanthropy. For information on the institute and its work, visit her website.
Dr. Brian Bridges is the Executive Director of the Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute (FDPRI). FDPRI is dedicated to conducting and disseminating research that informs policymakers, educators, philanthropists and the general public on how to best improve educational opportunities and outcomes for African Americans and other underrepresented minorities from preschool to and through college. For information on the institute and its work, visit UNCF.org/fdpri.
Al-Tony Gilmore is Historian and Archivist Emeritus of the National Education Association. He has appeared on numerous television and radio programs throughout the nation. Gilmore wrote the introductory essay to the forthcoming book, The African American in Sports, and makes regular appearances on Sirius radio's The Maggie Linton Show.
Walter C. Farrell Jr. is currently Professor of Community Management & Policy Practice in the School of Social Work and a Fellow in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He also serves as a Fellow in the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) at the University of Colorado at Bolder.
So many times we get caught up in our own worlds, that we forget everyone else. Tonight we will discuss serious issues that we can all personally relate to with others. There are so many things and obsticles that we deal with on a daily basis that we all sometimes seek a releasing stone to get rid of the bad stuff. Tune in to speak your mind and let's go in!!!
This week on "School Struggles" host by Dr. Richard Selznick is guest Dr. Jackie Hoffman.
Over the past 25 years, Dr. Hoffman has worked in over 30 school districts in seven counties in New Jersey and several in Pennsylvania. She has helped over 1000 families develop successful educational interventions and advocate for school based change. With her colleagues at Concentrics, Dr. Hoffman developed the script and text for the nationally acclaimed video and curriculum In Real Life: Sexual Harassment in Schools. Her writings on the topic of respect in classroom settings have been published in professional journals. In her capacity as an educator and trainer, Dr. Hoffman has been on staff at Temple University and provided in-service programs for public and private schools. Given her expertise in parenting. Dr. Hoffman has been called on by corporations and community agencies to provide workshops and educational programs.
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Rhonda Moore and Phyllis Gambone
Rhonda Moore is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. She began her own personal healing journey in the 1990's and her desire to be as whole as possible put her on a path that would culminate in her work today. She volunteered at Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault centers in the Northeast after hearing a woman share her story of survival and restoration. When she moved with her family to North Carolina, she became involved in a prison ministry and accompanied the ministry chaplain to the county jail and to prisons in the Blue Ridge Mountain area. The chaplain contracted bone cancer and died within a short period of time. The jail and the women's correctional facility were left hanging and asked Rhonda to become their chaplain. She did this work for 5 years and began developing the Peace Through Understanding Method for healing and restoration of the heart, soul, spirit, mind and body based on her own healing process. Rhonda founded Peace Through Understanding Psychological Services in 2007.
Phyllis E. Gambone has been in the wellness field for more than 20 years. Her passion is to educate and share what she has learned in her journey to recovery.To maintain proper nutrition and healthier food choices are a main factor in todays world.. We can not look to food alone for all of the nutrients that our bodies need on a daily basis.
You may be taking life day by day or even hour by hour. It can be hard looking at the whole picture and even down right overwhelming. We will take neverything one step at a time. Before you know it your destination, felling great, happy and empowered, will be in plain view.
Our goal is to simiplify lifestyle changes so that living life fully feels manageable and easy.
Let's stay on the journey of Mind,Body,Spirit, see where it takes us..
Your child is complaining of stomach upset and you have no clue what to do next? Kids are missing school, you miss work and medical testing does not nail down a source or treatment, now what? Is medical testing causing more fear and anguish for your child? Is there a possibility that their gut issues are affecting their behavior and school work? How can you help your child?
My guests: Michael Lawson, MD, board certified gastroenterologist and Jessica Del Pozo, PhD, clinical psychologist, both of Kaiser Permanente. They are the authors of The Gut Solution: For Parents with Children Who Have Recurrent Abdominal Pain and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. This book walks the parents throught the SEEDS program and clearly explains not only the physiological and biological reasons for gut issues but also the neurological, behavioral and emotional factors. The program has produced results for hundreds of children and supported parents in the process of finding reliable answers to their child's gut symptoms.
For more information visit www.thegutsolution.com and to purchase the book click here.
Welcome to Issues Concerning Women with your host Francine Humphrey.
Issues Concerning Women focuses on women and their families reaching long and short term goals. Assisting them in the areas of business, careers, housing, finance, and life skills.
We offer advocacy services to infuse and stabilize households and foster a sense of community involvement, self-worth, & self-determination.
Our vision is to empower women through hands on demonstrations, details of homeownership, career development, investing for retirement, exercise and nutrition classes, entrepreneurship, relationship building, and adult literacy programs.
We are dedicated to making a difference.
Our mission is to create economic independence for all women by providing a voice to those that would otherwise not be heard. ICW was created to encourage all to take charge of their lives and become educated and savvy about all aspects of life
You may contact Ms. Humphrey at email@example.com or go to the website: www.issuesconcerningwomen.com.
The state of the education system, whether it's public or charter, is in serious need of help. For this reason we are replaying this show again to raise awareness of a few of the issues going on in charter schools. Kicking off the show is "Style Avenue" with Arielle. She will get you up to date on what's going on in the fashion world whether it's on the runway, at an event or on the streets. Then tune in as Mr. Yancey discusses "What's going on in charter schools?". Regardless of whether it's public, private or charter schools, our students deserve a nurturing, stable learning environment. Unfortunately, that is not the case in some schools that are suppose to be an alternative to public schools. What are your thoughts about this?
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with guest June Simon Stoelzel & Jennifer Strich
June Simon Stoelzel is a licenses MFT with a certification from UC MEDICAL CENTER San Francisco in Sex Therapy. I have written a book HERE WE GO AGAIN SECOND EDITION on the effects of unresolved issues and the coping skills needed to both understand and make sense of symptoms as well as achieving the skills to make choices that are in one's best interest.I have shared personal experiences to make the book more interesting,understandable, and human.I have about 500 additional credits past my MA in psychology.I found that non-organic sexual difficulties had underlying issues such as fear of intimacy,control,guilt,abandonment,trust,anger, control freedom, rejection, loss, and invalidation.
Jennifer Strich, LPC-S, NCC, RPT is the Vice President of Programs for Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Greater Houston. In that role, she oversees the expansion and management of the program, hiring and training of facilitators and program staff, and monitors the mental health landscape to provide knowledgeable guidance. Jennifer also oversees the cultivation, formation, and management of collaborative partners. Jennifer is a licensed professional counselor, state approved supervisor, nationally certified counselor and a registered play therapist with ten years of experience in the mental health field, and an emphasis on working with children and families. Previous positions with Communities in Schools, DePelchin Children’s Center, and the Mental Health Mental Retardation Authority (MHMRA) of Harris County, Mobile crisis outreach team, developed Jennifer’s extensive knowledge and understanding of how to help individuals and their families manage and understand mental disorders. Jennifer’s career path reflects her heart for helping others and a passion for advocacy and education related to mental health and wellness.