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On this episode of The Expressive Mom Show, the topic today will be about why it is important for children to understand that death happens, as well as grief. My guest today is Lisa Athan and she is a Grief Recovery Specialist.
Lisa serves on the Traumatic Loss Coalition for Youth as a Lead Responder in Union, Essex and Middlesex Counties. Lisa also is on staff at Camp Clover, a NJ bereavement day camp for children and teens. There she is the bereavement specialist and facilitates sharing circles as well as runs the staff trainings and conducts screenings for the camp. She also was a co-developer of the camp. Lisa is currently writing a book for teens, their parents and teachers on grief, loss and other tough stuff that teens experience.
Lisa has experience working in the fields of bereavement, addictions and mental health. Lisa worked at Fair Oaks Hospital in the outpatient recovery unit working with people dealing with drug and alcohol addiction and their families. Lisa also worked at The Center for the Treatment of Eating Disorders and ran groups for people dealing with eating disorders and their families. Lisa worked at Overlook Hospital on the in-patient psychiatric unit as a counselor and facilitated daily group therapy, and met hundreds of teens and adults suffering with often unacknowledged and unresolved grief which presented itself through addictions, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, psychosis, self injurious behavior including suicide attempts. In order to connect with Lisa, go to her website http://www.griefspeaks.com/.
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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with JF Peters. "I believe I paint to help preserve the beauty of nature. My creative process would not be possible without this clear, meaningful purpose. I guess you might say, this is my spiritual trip, to which I am totally commited. The images of my paintings begin in my mind. They appear as a blend of memory (beautiful places I've experienced) and imagination. After a few years, the image calls me to the point that I begin to slowly and methodically, bring the painting out onto the canvas. When the calling ceases, the painting is born. Nature is my guide and the vehicle for my creation."
On today's Expressive Mom Show, Miriam Slozberg will be interviewing Dr. Odey Raviv, a highly skilled/trained New York learning specialist with over 30 years experience in the field. He will be talking about raising a child with special needs and academic challenges, and the skills that parents need to learn on teaching and raising them. This way, frustration for the parent and child is reduced, and the child is able to progress better.
I am excited to announce the launch of The Expressive Mom Show, will focus on being a mom, parenting, and parenting children with special needs. There will be exclusive episodes on raising children with autism, as well as ADHD. However, the podcast will focus on other aspects of parenting such as:
– How to communicate effectively with your children
– Having your children do chores
– Proper nutrition for kids
– Raising responsible children
- Marriage and kids
– Important life lessons for children, example: why failing is a great thing for them to learn.
- being a mompreneur, and how to juggle raising children while working.
The Expressive Mom Show will be airing on Fridays at 12 CST and will air for a half hour. Go to http://www.expressivemom.com
What does it take to be a great figurative painter in today's art market? Join us as we talk to Roberto Ferri LIVE at the great art fair ArtMiamiNewYork.
Note: this show will be in English and Italian! Sabin Howard will be on hand to translate.
Roberto Ferri was born in Taranto in 1978. In 1996 he graduated from the "Lisippo" art high school in Taranto. He began studying painting on his own and, after moving to Rome in 1999, he embarked upon an in-depth analysis of antique painting, ranging from the early Sixteenth Century to the late Nineteenth Century. In particuliar, he began dedicating himself to the art of Caravaggio and the academy (Jaques-Louis David, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Anne-Louis Girodet, William-Adolfe Bouguereau etc.).
In 2006 he gained his degree, with first class honours, from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, in Stage Design. He collaborates with the Square Gallery, the Fine Art department of Liquid Art System since 2009. He also took part in the Omaggio a Luigi Montanarini exhibition at the Galleria Vittoria on Via Margutta in Rome. In 2007, he held an exhibition in Viterbo, at the Palazzo dei Priori, for the “Tuscia Opera Festival” as well as a solo show of his drawings in Rome. In New York, he took part in the Flesh and Passion group exhibition, at the CFM Gallery, and, for the Duomo di Montepulciano, he executed the painting San Giovanni Decollato ( Decapited Saint John). At the Galleria Vittoria on Via Margutta, in Rome, he partecipated in the A piu’ voci group event. His works are included in prestigious private collections in Rome, Milan, London, Paris, New York, Madrid, Barcelona, Miami, San Antonio (Texas), Qatar, Dublin, Boston, and Malta.
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life & Motivation of Jazz/Blues Artist Ms, Barbara Morrison.
"Born in Ypsilanti, Michigan, and raised in Romulus, Michigan, Barbara Morrison recorded her first appearance for radio in Detroit at the age of 10. She moved to Los Angeles in 1973, at the age of 23. Well known in the Los Angeles area for her duo and trio dates Ms. Morrison also tours extensively, blazing a trail as a Jazz and Blues legend in her own right across the United States, Western Europe the Far East and "Down Under, wowing audiences with her expressive voice and band."
For more information on Jazz/Blues Artist Barbara Morrison, please goggle her!
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Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday May 21st, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is jewelry artist Julia Lowther.
We invite you to listen to this LIVE interview and participate in this live interview by logging onto the chatroom on Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
"I was born in rural Virginia. At 8, I moved with my family to the remote Quaker community of Monteverde in the tropical mountains of Costa Rica. If things broke, you fixed them, if you needed something you didn’t have, you created it out of what you did have or did without it. From this up bringing I inherited a delight in the engineering puzzles of inventing and building, and an easy patience with the general processes of making things.
Growing up, my hands were always busy with embroidery, crocheting, weaving, and other fiber arts. I received professional instruction in painting and drawing as well, but only discovered metal work and jewelry when I moved to Seattle, Washington in 1996. Early in my experiments with metal I gravitated to chains. The manual dexterity gained from decades of handwork and needlework served me well, and translated nicely to linking and knitting with wire.
Today I still live in Seattle, now writing articles and teaching classes on chain making, with work showcased in numerous books & magazines."
MyFixitUpLife is a the National Hardware Show scouting innovations for better DIY makeovers at the HYDE tools booth with expert friends Sara Bendrick, Cari Cucksey, and Patrick McCombe.
We have a little bit of everything for tool geeks and DIY makeovers afficionados on this episode of MyFixitUpLife, broadcast from the National Hardware Show in Vegas.
Lucky are we that Cari Cucksey from HGTV's 'Cash and Cari' and the queen of furniture makeovers joins us to talk about flea markets, Country Living Fairs, and her new paint line that may just be showing up in a retailer near you soon. (Theresa was able to score a few samples to take home and test out. She'll be sharing a blog soon.) For now, head over to Cari's Repurpose Shop online to check out the paint and her amazing creations.
Fine Homebuilding editor Patrick McCombe comes ready with a pile of tool finds he's geeking out on from the companies sharing their innovations at the National Hardware Show. Patrick's keen sense of finding the best innovations from the rows and rows of products makes him a savvy expert. After the show, you'll want to head over to Fine Homebuilding to find out what he's sharing next. Your DIY makeovers will thank you.
DIY Network's 'I Hate My Yard' host and expert yard-master Sara Bendrick brings her enthusiasm for all things in the landscape, sharing Theresa's motto of 'It's only a weed if you don't want it there.' Composting, yard makeovers, and a quick painting during the broadcast to raise awareness for her favorite charity, you won't want to miss what happens next.
Live music by the talented John Valerio.
Lisa M.Cliff..Former VP of Glory Foods, has written An Umbrella in Case of Rain as an inspirational example of one who truly took a leap of faith, offering pearls of wisdom on navigating life’s rough terrain. She encourages other women that while pursuing the corporate fast track, to remember the importance of also nourishing ones creative side, through writing, painting, performing or doing whatever makes the heart sing.
1. Darren Walker, BEAN founder
Having been a business man from a very early age, Darren Walker became frustrated with the challenges of limited access to people and resources that could advance his business and personal endeavors. Thus, Walker created Black Economic Advancement Network (BEAN) to provide a way for African Americans to connect with business owners and capital to make it easier to identify and support each other’s businesses.
At age 25, Walker—together with his friend and partner Dustin Young established GOES (Green Opportunities Energy Solutions). GOES was the first among the companies then incubating at Moore Norman Technology Center whose sales exceeded $1 million in its first year of operation at the Business Development Center where it started.
Darren Walker is the youngest of six children born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been happily married to Lucy Walker for eight years, with whom he has two precious daughters, a toddler and an infant.
5th Annual San Francisco Green Festival, May 28-June 3
2. 8:30AM - Rachel Caplan (executive director, founder SFGF), and Jim McSilver director of OAKLAND ORIGINALS
3. 9AM - Michelle Grace Steinberg director of BEYOND RECOGNITION, and Shadia Fayne Wood for OUR POWER FULL FORCE
4. Originally from New York, Suraya Keating is Shakespeare for Social Justice Director for Marin Shakespeare Company, Clinical Supervisor for an Expressive Arts Therapy Program at Martinez Hospital and master trainer in Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy. Suraya is also an Adjunct Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies and maintains a private practice in the Bay Area.
With three Alberta Country Music Association Group of the Year nominations to their name, along with nominations for Fans' Choice, Song of the Year and Album of the Year, Alberta's DOMINO is on their way to even bigger success in country music.
Coming from various backgrounds in music, the group consists of:
Kent Nixon on lead guitar and vocals – One will most likely find Kent at rodeos, having bbq parties (mixes a mean martini) and spending time with family. He also has his sights on getting his pilot's license!
Luanne Carl on bass and vocals – When not songwriting and performing you can find Luanne watching horror movies or in the mountains, hiking and camping with family.
Scott McKnight drummer and vocals – Scott is an avid hockey player, loves to golf and travel. You might even catch him honing some guitar playing skills!
Russ Carl on guitar, mandolin and vocals – Russ enjoys reading, painting and a good round of golf as well as camping with the family. No soggy chips or warm beer for this guy!
Other singles they have released include; “One Day At A Time”, “In A Small Town” and the ACMA nominated song “All We Need Tonight”. A video for “One Day At A Time” from the album “Scrapbook” was recorded by the town’s local high school video & film students.
Domino has established a brand of their own that shines through on their forthcoming album called Ghost to be released in June 2015. It features the first single out at country radio now called One More Kiss.
Today Danny talks to "Franco The Great" on The Danny Tisdale Show. Danny talks to world-renowned Panamanian born Harlem artist Franklin Gaskin, aka “Franco the Great,” "The Picasso of Harlem" who has painted hundreds of iron gates in Harlem for over 30 years.
They discuss Gaskin being a musician who painted blind folded, how Dr. Martin Luther King influenced his work, and today painting his first gate in five years and the future plans for his gates in Harlem.
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