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  • 00:01

    BMI, Kids and Obesity: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

    in Health

    BMI or body mass index is often used as a marker of health and a measure of obesity.  But in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute Dr. Francisco Lopez-Jimenez says there could be some shortcomings, especially when it comes to children. To listen, click the link below. BMI, Kids and Obesity

  • 00:32

    Health is Wealth

    in Spirituality

    Health is Wealth will interview worldwide healers in all areas of life-those who can enlighten us to move forward despite a windy storm.


    We will learn from each other by listening to the many healing stories and how and why each person gracefully healed. We will tap into our human principles and learn to exercise our total well being as best as we can. The practitioner will open our eyes to our higher self and enrich us with our self- empowerment, nurture our courage and inner security. Join us for a fulfilling show and walk away with spiritual nutrition of the soul.


    Dr. Bernie Siegel-author of Love Medicine & Miracles will be our guest. We will discover the healing process and what makes an exceptional patient. How can we overcome health obstacles and become our best healer. Join us and listen to the exeptional visionaray in the health world-Dr. Bernie Siegel!

  • 00:32

    Mental Health and The Millennial Male

    in Psychology

    Where do you go when you want an up close and personal perspective on Mental Health from the male perspective? We know plenty of terrific young men and there’s something special about interviewing your own son. Kellen joins us on Mental Health After Dark to discuss Mental Health Millennial Male Style.


    Full blog article HERE.

  • 00:42

    HEALTH MEDIA NOW-ANTHONY BRITTON-LACK MOTIVATION? GET BACK ON TRACK!

    in Health

    Please join us this Thursday at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger.  Our special guest is Dr. Anthony Britton.  We are very excited to have him back on our show! He has a new book called, "Accept the Challenge" which we will be discussing.  Anthony Britton is a doctor of Chiropractic, as well as a former professional MMA fighter, World Champion Martial Artist and current trainer of MMA fighters.  He will be teaching us about how to get motivated, feeling strong and healthy!  He has a program called, "Fighter's Health" and will be sharing the details with us!  You asked for it and we deliver!

  • 00:42

    Mental Health and Social Media with Sean Erreger

    in Psychology

    We met Sean Erreger when he attended our presentation on EHR technology for The National Council for Behavioral Health. Sean was also a presenter at the conference about the proper use of social media in the field of mental health. It can save lives and let’s face it: Social Media is not going anywhere. We might as well use it for good! Join Sean as we interview each other about what we do, why we do it, and why we are both so passionate about Behavioral Health.


    Read the full article HERE.


    As a social worker what are thoughts on the use of social media?


    Why did you start using social media? 


    What is the “value add” to being a mental health practitioner on social media?


    What about HIPPA?


    Why as a mental health professional on social media is it important for you to have a “social media policy”?  


    What are some of the key questions we want to ask when shopping around? 


    What should we know before reaching out to a EHR Vendor?


    What are good direct questions to ask prospective EHR companies when shopping around?


    In your NatCon Presentation you mentioned some Google searches you might want to do.. what are some of those?


    During implementation, if things are not working out as expected what can you do? 

  • 00:33

    Minority Health Month--Real Talk

    in Health

    National Minority Health Month began 100 years ago as National Negro Health Week. In April 1915, Dr. Booker T. Washington dispatched a letter to the leading African American newspapers, proposing the observance of "National Negro Health Week." Health was the key to progress and equity in all other things, he argued: "Without health and long life, all else fails." He called on local health departments, schools, churches, businesses, professional associations, and the most influential organizations in the African-American community to "pull together" and "unite… in one great National Health Movement."


    TODAY THERE ARE STILL DISPARITIES WITH REGARD TO MINORITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS!


    JOIN US AS WE DISCUSS THIS ISSUE AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO IMPROVE HEALTH IN MINORITY COMMUNITIES!!!! 

  • 00:31

    Get Motivated to MOVE and Improve Your Health

    in Health

     


    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon this Saturday, April 8, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. as we discuss How to Get Motivated to Move and Improve our Health.


    Learn the five key strategies that can help you reshape your approach to healthy living. These tactics work together to support each other, and most importantly, to support you.


    You'll notice that there is nothing you should do; no one will stand over you telling you what to do or how long or hard to do it.  


    You don't need to buy special outfits or equipment, and you can start right where you are -- in your office, your kitchen, your bedroom, your backyard, your neighborhood.


    There's only one basic instruction: Do what makes you feel good and stop what makes you feel bad.


    Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:47

    Institute for Human-Animal Connection: Phillip Tedeschi on Mental Health

    in Psychology

    Our guest today, Phillip Tedeschi, was referred to us by Jeff Fink of Go Fetch Wellness. Jeff was a student at the University of Denver and proud to share what he learned about The Institute for Human-Animal Connection. 


    The Institute for Human-Animal Connection (IHAC) is a center for the study of the interrelationship and health of people, animals and the environment. Phillip joins us to talk about the institute, their upcoming conference (we'll be doing live broadcasts with some of their presenters such as Temple Grandin, Aubrey Fine, and Richard Louv) in May of 2016. 


    Read the full blog article HERE.


    What is the Institute for Human-Animal Connection at the University of Denver, Graduate School of Social Work? 


    Why is the issue of human-animal connection important to the the local sciences and specifically the field of social work?


    What are  some of the possible applications of how animals might improve human health?


    Why are animals and bio-diversity essential for human health?


    What is One Health and why is it so important to our communities?


    You mentioned Ethics- What is the significance of advocating for animal welfare?


     

  • 00:18

    Join us for Minority Health Month

    in Health

    National Minority Health Month began 100 years ago as National Negro Health Week. In April 1915, Dr. Booker T. Washington dispatched a letter to the leading African American newspapers, proposing the observance of "National Negro Health Week." Health was the key to progress and equity in all other things, he argued: "Without health and long life, all else fails." He called on local health departments, schools, churches, businesses, professional associations, and the most influential organizations in the African-American community to "pull together" and "unite… in one great National Health Movement."


    TODAY THERE ARE STILL DISPARITIES WITH REGARD TO MINORITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS!


    JOIN US AS WE DISCUSS THIS ISSUE AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO IMPROVE HEALTH IN MINORITY COMMUNITIES!!!!   WITH SPECIAL GUEST Dr. Vera Stevens!

  • 00:24

    JOIN US AS THIS MONTH AS WE DISCUSS MINORITY HEALTH with SPECIAL GUEST Dr. Vera

    in Health

    National Minority Health Month began 100 years ago as National Negro Health Week. In April 1915, Dr. Booker T. Washington dispatched a letter to the leading African American newspapers, proposing the observance of "National Negro Health Week." Health was the key to progress and equity in all other things, he argued: "Without health and long life, all else fails." He called on local health departments, schools, churches, businesses, professional associations, and the most influential organizations in the African-American community to "pull together" and "unite… in one great National Health Movement."


    TODAY THERE ARE STILL DISPARITIES WITH REGARD TO MINORITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS!


    JOIN US AS WE DISCUSS THIS ISSUE AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO IMPROVE HEALTH IN MINORITY COMMUNITIES!!!!   WITH SPECIAL GUEST Dr. Vera Stevens!

  • 00:38

    Kristin Sunanta Walker Answers Your Questions On Mental Health News Radio

    in Psychology

    Hosted by Dawn Marie Westmoreland of The Empowered Whistle Blower. 


    How do you ride what must be a very fine line between working with multiple Behavioral Health EHR vendors that are also competitors with each other?


    How do you know who is winning deals and who isn't?


    How do you know who is losing clients and rapidly?


    Why do you have such strict criteria when it comes to vendors that service Behavioral Health?


    Why has anyone that's been through narcissistic abuse so much more triggered by life in general?


    Why do you think all your shows on narcissism are so popular?


    You've created a new show called Mental Health After Dark.  Why?


    Give us a slice into what your day is like in terms of your consulting business.


    Do you still do animal assisted therapy?


    What are some of the types of organizations you work with in your consulting business?


    How do you answer all of the emails that are sent regarding narcissistic abuse?


    Why was advocating about this subject so important to you and to your team?


    How do you pick your guests for the show?


    How much work goes into each show?