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In this interview to Tony Madril, we will explore these questions:
- What is mindfulness?
- How does mindfulness help us manage stress in the workplace?
- What does the research say about the effectiveness of mindfulness?
- How long does someone have to practice mindfulness before benefitting from the practice?
- What are some practical mindfulness-based tools people can use at work to help them manage stress?
Tony Madril, LCSW, BCD is a licensed clinical social worker and board-certified by the American Board of Clinical Social Work Examiners as an advanced clinical social work practitioner. He has 17 years of post-graduate mental health experience and several years of specialized training in mindfulness and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). Tony’s experience includes several years of serving as psychotherapist, trainer, and coach for several human service departments within Los Angeles County. He is an instructor for UC Davis’s Center for Human Services where he teaches human services professionals the skills of mindfulness to prevent compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma. Tony also specializes in treating adolescents and adults with anxiety and depression in his private practice office in Los Angeles.
Contact Info: Website: www.tonymadriltherapy.com; Telephone: (323) 315-2598; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
She's Back! Today, it's with great pleasure that I welcome back to GUC (for the fourth time), author and family counselor at Edgewood Treatment Center in Nanaimo, British Columbia - Lorelie Rozzano.
Today Lorelie is here with us to share both her personal insights and professional perspective on the big debate around Abstinence and Harm-Reduction Based Treatments.
To listen to Lorelie on GUC, talk about her first book, Jagged Little Edges, Click Here.
To listen to Lorelie on GUC, talk about her second book, Jagged Little Lies, Click Here.
To listen to Lorelie on GUC, talk about her third book, Gracie's Secret, Click Here.
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All information in this episode is intended for reference purposes only. You should talk to your doctor or therapist before beginning any treatment program.
Today on GUC, I am joined by Lorne Hildebrand, Executive Director of the Edgewood Addiction Treatment Center in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Lorne, along with his clinical and professional expertise, is here to walk us through the differences as well as the pros and cons associated with both Abstinence-Based and Harm-Reduction based treatments.
For more on the Abstinence versus Harm-Reduction based treatment debate, Click Here.
All information in this episode is intended for reference purposes only. You should talk to your doctor or therapist before beginning any treatment programs.
Join Integrative Transformational Life Coaches Ingrid Sthare, ACC, BCC, CTLC and Vicy Wilkinson, MA, BCC, CTLC as they discuss the importance of mindfulness, movement, and creating positive new experiences. These practices can be used to relieve the effects of anxiety, depression, anger issues, and trauma & PTSD. Learning to incorporate easy practices into your daily routine is one way to get started in a more grounded and solid-feeling life.
For more information on getting help, contact us for one on one help, resources, or join us for a retreat or workshop. You are also invited to join our online communities and get involved! Let us help you THRIVE.
Join Howard Glasser, Creator of the Nurtured Heart Approach and Catherine Stafford this month sharing the airwaves on BlogTalkRadio channel with Jamie Gregory.
Jamie is a Certified NHA Advanced Trainer. He is the owner of User Friendly Therapy specializing difficult/challenging children and families. He offers brief solution oriented therapy. He is a consultant for Head Start, an Adjunct Professor at West Virginia University's Masters Program at the School of Social Work.
His hobbies include bird watching, performing the guitar and vocals. He is a practitioner of Yoga and Heart Rhythm Meditation. He and his wife live in the passive solar house he designed and built 28 years ago. He is a proud grandpa as well.
Buddha's Book of Meditation: Mindfulness Practices for a Quieter Mind with Joseph Emet
Mindfulness meditation is an increasingly popular form of an ancient and powerful technique for reducing stress, elevating one’s mental state, and improving the practitioner’s overall quality of life. Award-winning author and mindfulness meditation teacher Joseph Emet now takes you down a step-by-step path to integrate this potent form of meditation into your daily life.
Offering tips, techniques, and practices from mindfulness meditation—coupled with stories from the author’s life as a teacher—Buddha's Book of Meditation guides you to a life teeming with the benefits of regular meditation practice. This volume also includes original music by the author that the reader can access through their device or the web—calming the mind and enhancing the meditation experience.
Joseph started the Mindfulness Meditation Centre in 1997, because he had found the practice of mindfulness very helpful in his own life, and wanted to share it with others. On January 14, 2003, he was invited by Thich Nhat Hanh to receive the Lamp Transmission as a Dharma teacher. His Dharma name is Dwelling in Peaceful Concentration. He has been trying to live up to that name ever since. Joseph has trained several thousand people in mindfulness practices in large and small groups, for organizations, and in private sessions.
Joseph holds a Doctorate in Music from Boston University. He has been certified in Reality Therapy Counselling with Dr. William Glasser, and has been a Fulbright scholar. He has been a long time T’ai Chi practitioner with Master Lee Shiu Pak, one of the original Yang school students.
For more information visit: http://www.mindfulnessmeditationcentre.org/
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Join host Monica Richardson-for a 1 hour interview with Andrew Tatarsky. Dr. Andrew Tatarsky has developed Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy (IHRP) for helping people with substance use concerns and other risky behavior. IHRP brings psychoanalysis, CBT and mindfulness together in a harm reduction frame. The therapy has been described in his book, Harm Reduction Psychotherapy: A New Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Problems, and a series of papers. The book has been translated into Polish and Spanish. Andrew holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from the City University of New York. He is Founder and Director of the Center for Optimal Living in NYC, a treatment and training center that is based in Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy; founding member and Past-President, Division on Addiction of New York State Psychological Association, Member of the Board of Moderation Management Network, Inc., and clinical advisor to the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. He is Professor of Professional Practice, the Harm Reduction Psychotherapy Certificate Program, the New School for Social Research and a consultant in the Advanced Specialization in Family and Couple’s Therapy at the Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis at New York University. Dr. Tatarsky trains nationally and internationally.
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Almost every Sunday, is the day to relax. While you are recovering from Saturday, you are not looking forward to Monday. Sunday is your only day to vent and unwind. However, there are many people who do not know how to do that and they do not know how to relieve their stress and depression levels. The message I attempt to deliver is how to unwind, how to not let the stress and depression get to you.
*DISCLAIMER: I am not a certified psychologist, psychiatrist, or any type of counselor. I take my many years of experience and training from the military and law enforcement, and give the suggestions and advice (which are not mandatory to accept). Anything that is said or done on this show, I can not be held liable for any wrong doing.*
If life is a blank canvas waiting for us to paint our vision, ever wonder why so many of us have not yet painted our masterpiece? It may be that we have not given our life the proper focus to align the energy of change - to draw forth that next level of vibrational frequency that lifts us higher into the realm of thought fulfilling experience. We know it's possible; we may have even exercised this gift before. Yet the question is: "How do we remain consistent?" Mindfulness meditation is an entry into that portal. Our guest, Charles A. Francis, will explain how through simple and constant practice, we can gloriously paint the canvas that is our life.
Charles A. Francis, is the co-founder and director of the Mindfulness Meditation Institute. He has studied the practice of mindfulness with Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. For over 18 years, he has worked to help people find inner peace through mindfulness meditation.
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Kathy Gruver is an award-winning author and the host of the national TV show based on her first book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet (winner Beverly Hills Book Awards). She has earned her PhD in Natural Health and has authored two books on stress: Body/Mind Therapies for the Bodyworker and, just published, Conquer Your Stress with Mind/Body Techniques (Winner Beverly Hills Book Awards, Finalist for the USA Best Books Award).
She has studied mind/body medicine at the famed Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard Medical School and pursued further education at The National Institutes of Health. Gruver has been featured as an expert in numerous publications including Glamour, CNN, WebMD, Prevention, Men’s Health, Huffington Post, Yahoo.com, Ladies Home Journal, Massage and Bodyworks Magazine, and Massage Magazine.
Rashida Thomas serves as an Internal Audit Consultant at CVS Caremark where she is responsible for assessing controls around the security, availability, and integrity of the organizations IT environment. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor and Community Externship Coordinator at Richland College for the Community Pharmacy Technician Program.
Rashida received a B.S. in Soil, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a M.B.A from
Lindenwood University, a M.A. in Management and Leadership from Webster University and is a Certified Pharmacy Technician. Rashida currently blogs at thecubelifechronicles.com to bring exposure to things she has seen or encountered in the workplace and also offer tips that will help individuals excel in Corporate America.
Valante and Sabrina discuss the effects of stress in women and how it impacts everyone around them.
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