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Join Host Monica Richardson for a 1 hour show with Expert cult deprogrammer, Rachel Bernstein. Rachel lives locally in Los Angeles, CA and has a busy practice. Recently Rachel started a group for indiviuals who have left a Cult- or wish to get help dealing with controlling people.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 1991. (MFT28267)
Credentialed Teacher in General and Special Education, 1987
– Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology
– Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy
Boston University, 1983-1987
– Bachelor of Science in General and Special Education
– Teaching Credentials
University of Liverpool, 1985
– Department of Education
– Cross-Cultural Education
Elissa Goodman is an Integrative Holistic Nutritionist and cleanse expert based in Los Angeles, California. She believes proper nutrition is vital to living a fulfilled existence, and specializes in helping people achieve optimum health levels through cleansing and nutrition. Furthermore, she says that people are a product of the things they eat and the way they treat themselves.
Living the overworked fast-paced life in the business world, Elissa was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma at age 32. Feeling the treatments made her worse, she shortened her radiation regimen and pursued an alternative path. She began yoga, juicing and integrated a plant-based diet; within a few months she felt the difference. Elissa became committed to helping others get their bodies healthy like she did for herself and earned her certification at the American University of Complementary Medicine in L.A.
She now offers personalized nutritional counseling and works with people suffering from a range of issues including: Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), auto-immune disorders, anxiety, thyroid irregularities, weight gain, respiratory problems and allergies. Additionally she offers nutritional-based integrative cancer therapy (incorporating both conventional and holistic treatment methods).
This episode of Big Blend Radio originally aired on Dec. 4, 2015, from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarter hotel for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour. Big Blend Radio is hosted by Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, publishers of the digital interactive Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
Today we are thinking of our nation’s Thanksgiving holiday and Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar, the mother-daughter co-founders of If Not You Who.org, give some tips on how to teach a child to be thankful. Children that are thankful have more positive attitudes toward school and family. They also feel more of a connection with friends, family and school. Being grateful makes people happier, improves health and reduces stress. How wonderful that Productive Play shares ways to instill the character trait of thankfulness into our little one’s lives.
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This Productive Play show is Part 2 of our theme Teaching Thankfulness. After reviewing our first 4 ideas in helping teach a child to become grateful, we share another 3 important ideas that help adults instill thankfulness in our children. Recent studies have stated that gratitude has the ability to improve children’s grades, allows teenagers to have a more positive outlook on life, improves overall health, improves relationships and creates deeper friendships. These are just a few of the benefits that are listed from these studies. We hope you enjoy listening and discovering some ways to help a child look at life through “thankful" eyes.
Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar are the mompreneur mother/daughter co-creators of If Not You Who.org - a free website that makes sure your children are ready for Kindegarten - and the hosts of The Productive Play Show here on WoMRadio, the show for the mom in us all. You can join us live at 10amPT/1pmET December 16th and anytime in archive!
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The American College Experience is a show geared for the college tennis fan. In this world of mostly professional tennis, we hope to give you some insight into one of America's best kept secrets. We will explore all things related to College Tennis in the United States. We will discuss diversity, schedule, facilities, education and recruiting. We will tackle the tough issues that are facing many of America's college coaches today. Each show will give the listener a different perspective on the college tennis scene. So we invite parents, coaches, teachers, umpires and all-around tennis fans to tune into our program.
Elissa Bernstein is the 19-year-old writer, baker, and photographer behind the internationally acclaimed food blog "17 and Baking". The Seattle teen began baking in the 8th grade and discovered a passion for creating and blogging custom desserts. As a college sophomore in Boston, Elissa continues to work as a freelance writer, photographer, and baker.
With a readership spanning six continents, Elissa has been featured in publications and sites, including "Food & Wine," "Family Circle Magazine," "AOL Food," "Justine Magazine," "MarthaStewart.com," "Gourmet Live," "Epicurious," "The Seattle Times," and "Boston.com." She has spoken as a panelist for Kodak at the international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) '11 in Las Vegas, and at BlogHer Food '11, in Atlanta. "17 and Baking" was voted "Best Blog Written By a Teen" in the 2010 Weblog Awards, the Web's longest running blog awards, and has been featured by Wordpress under "Growing Blogs," "Top Posts," and "Freshly Pressed."
Elissa was recently named in the teen category as one of "Food and Wine" magazines Top Culinary Icons, along such esteemed chefs as Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay, and Thomas Keller.
The busy young blogger, baker, and college student has just returned from a semester abroad based in the Netherlands, which incorporated weekly travel throughout Europe and into Africa.
On Productive Play we are chatting about three great Fall books to read with your child. Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar are the mother/daughter co-creators of If Not You, Who.org - a fabulous website to make sure your child is ready for kindergarten.
Reading with a child provides many benefits and numerous studies have shown that students who are exposed to reading BEFORE preschool are more likely to do well in all facets of formal education. Listen in to what Elissa and Debi have to say about books and children. They are also sharing some great activities these books can inspire!
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The SOUL of a MAN 2; Make Me Want To Holler is a collection of poignant storys from the perspective of the African American man the intention of this thought - provoking work it is to enlighten the world on how distinguished African American men work tune in this Thursday night 10 pm est. 917-889-9112 press 1 to talk support or request your favorite underground song with Elissa Gabrielle and Friends
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Sybrina Fulton is dedicating her life to transforming family tragedy into social change. Since the death of her 17 year old son, Trayvon Martin, during the violent confrontation in 2012, Fulton has become an inspiring spokesperson for parents and concerned citizens across the country.
The publicity surrounding Trayvon’s death and the ensuing trial catapulted the country into national debate. Despite the intense struggle of losing a child, Fulton has become a role model to many by turning her grief into advocacy. Remaining strong throughout the trial and ensuing months, she lends her voice to speak against violence towards children and the need to build better, safer communities for all.
Her message not only appeals to people’s hearts as it relates to children, but is also one of hope and change, exemplified by her personal experiences and endeavors. As a mother, she inspires audiences to continuously educate their children about civil rights and to help them feel accepted as part of an ever changing society. An honest and relatable speaker, Fulton always looks forward sharing her powerful message with everyone from colleges and legal professionals to community and family organizations, and all other proponents of social justice.
A Miami native, Fulton graduated from Florida Memorial University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in English. A proud mother, Fulton worked for the Miami-Dade County Housing Development Agency for over 25 years, and is a member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Miami Gardens.
Join Sharon Sayler as she shares fan favorites clips of tips for ealing with autoimmune and thriving regardless of diagnosis.
Author Toni Bernhard joins us for a fascinating interview from someone who is living well with a chronic illness. Toni will reveal what she has discovered about living life to its fullest. In this Fan Fav Interview clip, Toni shares how thinking small leads to a bigger, fuller life. In this interview, Toni shares practical tips from her 14 years of living well with a chronic illness. www. tonibernhard.com.
Next Sharon shares Fan Fav clips from When Something Is Just Not Right…. Could It Be Adrenal Fatigue? with Integrative Holistic Nutritionist Elissa Goodman. She answers what to do when you are plagued with unexplained symptoms, like exhaustion, caffeine dependency, low libido, sleep issues, digestion upsets, unexplained weight gain mid-day fatigue, tiredness in the afternoon, depression, anxiety, changes in mood including healthy ways to rev up our metabolism. www.elissagoodman.com.
Then Gail Jessen, autoimmune thriver and serial adventurer shares how to find your golden pockets of transformation hiding in your life including finding undiscovered treasure maps that point to your best opportunities. After being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, she committed to deconstruct her life and rebuild it on her terms. Gail helps people radically change their life by asking one question: How do you want to feel? www.aseriesofadventures.com
Since the 2012 death of his son, Trayvon, in a violent confrontation, Tracy Martin has committed his life to transforming tragedy into change. Despite his devastating loss, Martin was able to channel his immeasurable heartache into the immense strength needed to elicit positive change. He now is fighting for the broad societal shift required to ensure that a similar incident never claims the life of another child.
Martin’s message of change extends to families from all walks of life. He encourages parents, relatives, caregivers and teachers to let their sons, daughters, and other loved ones know that their lives are valuable and to stress that they are loved no matter how society views them. He also emphasizes the dangers of judging a person’s character based solely on their appearance, as represented by his son’s iconic hoodie sweatshirt.
Although his son is gone, Martin hopes his tragic death helps to heal the country, acting as motivation for parents and caregivers to keep fighting for the safety of all children. Through his thought provoking speeches, Martin helps foster the necessary conversations that can help keep every family safe from needless violence.
By sharing his personal and powerful stories, Martin encourages diverse audiences – from colleges and legal professionals to community and family organizations – to become more educated on ways to keep their loved ones safe and empower themselves to become catalysts for social change.
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