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Colorado has experienced unprecedented flooding over the past week. Everyone responds differently during a disaster and many will need help coping with the trauma. My guest is Pat La Plante, a licensed counselor who is also a member of Denver Seminary's Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team. She will teach us about some of the common reactions to a critical incident, how we can help our friends and family, and signs that someone may need additional support beyond the immediate crisis.
This is an intimate conversation with Ron Gillman and Dwight Mangum, two targeted individuals who have experienced Directed Energy Weapons Attacks and Electronic Remote Harassment with Psychotronic Weapons... the exact technology that the Navy Yard Shooter complained about with REM Sleep Deprivation and Directed Energy Weapons Attacks.
We will be having a candid discussion on this topic, trying to raise awareness to this technology and how this is being used on unsuspecting nonconsensual human subjects globally, particularly after the events of 9/11.
Oscar Cruz was selected to the Texas DPS’ Mobile Incident Response Team – M.I.R.T., and appointed as Assistant Team Leader, supervising collision investigations and reconstructions to Texas Department of Public Safety officers and police agencies. In 2004, Cruz launched Major Incident Reconstruction Technologies to perform similar work for in the private sector, for civil law firms. Cruz also trains police departments on major incident investigation, reconstruction and technologies.
Topics covered on this show:
Oscar Cruz and his career background and experience as member of elite response team; Major incident investigation and technologies for law firms and experience with Texas DPS; Qualified expert witnesses in courtroom testimony in collision reconstruction investigations; Law Enforcement training – Police Training Specialists, Inc., and Oscar’s role; New technologies and innovations in major incident investigation and reconstruction. Oscar Cruz is a professional collision investigator, reconstructionist and safety consultant in personal injury incidents, and is a qualified expert witness. Cruz is the owner of Major Incident Reconstruction Technologies. A 20-year retired veteran of the Texas Department of Public Safety State Troopers, Cruz also owns Police Training Specialists, Inc., offering collision investigation and reconstruction training courses to police departments.
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Parenting is really hard, but it's especially hard if you're the parent of a child with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. There's so much advice being thrown your way, a lot of it telling you to be more firm, more consistent, and more diligent with the rewards and punishments. If all those sticker charts, time-outs, screaming matches, arguments have you feeling like a lot of parents do -- isolated, frustrated, and desperate -- well, you've found a program that can help. On this program, Dr. Ross Greene -- author of The Explosive Child and originator of the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) approach -- helps parents understand challenging behavior and overcome many of the hurdles involved in implementing his model. It's very hard work...and this is a great opportunity to call in, ask questions, get the support you need, and or just listen to other parents or relatives who are dealing with similar real-life issues. The program airs every Monday at 11 am Eastern time from September through May. Sponsored by Dr. Greene's non-profit, Lives in the Balance (www.livesinthebalance.org).
Join us as we speak with Marcia Mc guiness of Golden Gate Geckos Sunday 11/3/13. Marcia has been keeping and breeding geckos and other reptiles for close to two decades. We will cover a broad range of topics including husbandry, morphs and maybe even this incident about the Mean old gecko lady releasing the giant Leopard gecko. Callers and listeners will have chances at winning cool prizes!
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Tune in Sunday November 3, 2013 at 8PM EST/5PM PST as Hollie Wood & Friends (with Hollie Wood, Venor, and Miss Juddy (M.J.)) speak on some of today's hottest celebrity topics.
Topics include: a gospel Sex Scandal --- where's Olivia Pope when you need her?, Halloween 2013 --- Best and Most Offensive Costumes, what Kanye West said about Michelle Obama and why his Yeezus tour is postponed indefinitely, Lil' Kim releases new song "Dead Gal Walking" but delays mixtape release, Chris Brown checks into rehab, racial profiling incident with ANOTHER major department store.
Also, California Love? Tupac sex tape leak, Jay Z is looking to strike GOLD and a WHOLE LOT MORE!
And as always #TheSundayDinnerCrew will get reckless and ratchet with M.J.
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Our Guest this week is Tom Carey, who is the co-author of Inside the Real Area 51. Tom is renowned for his research and work with the 1947 "Roswell Incident". Since then he has been working with the Center of UFO Studies and served on the board of directors from 1997 to 2001. Carey has been on many shows and programs including Coast to Coast.
Tom will be discussing his new book, Inside the Real Area 51 and revealing shocking information only heard on Night Search first! So tune in and do not miss out!
Of the five major stratovolcanoes in the Cascade Range in the state of Washington, Glacier Peak is the most isolated. Despite being the fourth-tallest mountain in WA, Glacier Peak is a relatively unknown mountain, especially when compared to the likes of Mount Rainier and Mount Baker. In this episode of In Ice Axe We Trust, Chris and Matt delve into Glacier Peak with a Pacific Northwest mountaineer and touch on some other mountains out in WA.
SK: What first got you interested in this line of work?MR: I struggled as a young girl with anxiety, feeling alone and isolated. I desired to learn the skills to connect at a deeper level. I wanted to learn to communicate my needs of feeling heard and “mattering” in the world. However, most importantly, I wanted to give back to my community; the very specific tools and skills that I had learned from my hard life experience. I have spent years in therapy and hundreds of thousands of dollars; however living with Christ in me provided me a strong foundation of faith and a daily practice of living in the moment which led to my recovery. Through my journey of self-discovery in my late thirties, a deep desire to advocate for the disadvantage and at-risk youth was developing, and I took a leap of faith, turning over my hidden skill-sets, and prayerfully considered my next step… God delivered to me and I transcribed the Girls in Power curriculum in written form in the summer of 2010 with the intention to launch a program, first for girls. My hope was to reach as many young women as possible, so they would not have to suffer in silence and live behind a mask, as long as I did.SK: Of all of that, what would you say is the most important, or the most prominent part of the job?MR: Getting the word out and generating sustainability---GIP needs funding in order to keep providing programs to youth and families. SK: Is there any part of your job that you especially love doing?MR: I love to teach young girls, teens, mothers and women.God has used my hurts for good and He has shown me how to package up the tools I have learned which have helped me live a more fulfilling life. God is using me, and through me He is letting me share these tools to help others heal, change their ways, change their hearts, cope and manage, develop a healthier mindset, and as well, contribute to society…creating sustainability all around…