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Call 3479890180 to listen and speak with the host of Black Urban America Kenneth Jones MSW and his weekly guests. Black Urban America show is committed to bringing guests with solutions to the many problems in Black Urban America. On Tuesday, November 24, 2015 Honorable Jedidiah Sherrod from United Melanian Association. He is also a poet. Join us every Tuesday at 10 AM Easten Standard time.
Call in 347-989-0180 to speak and to listen to Black Urban America with Host Kenneth Jones, MSW as he discusses the state of politics with Guest Stephen Peele a Conservative Black Republican. Listen and find out his surprising viewpoints on the issues facing Black Urban America. Every week we bring people with solutions for Black Urban America. please tune in because we are all in this together. What do you think?
Show time 10 AM Eastern Standard time
Monday, 23 February, at 9:00-11:00 PM EST (6:00 pm PST) , ‘CSWE Listens and Speaks’ offers a show on selecting a graduate MSW program from among the 200+ CSWE nationally accredited programs in the United States.
CSWE President Dr. Darla Coffey leads a very experienced panel of graduate educators in discussing many issues and answer your questions. They will take calls with questions and thoughts all evening at 347-327-9168.
The panel members joining President Coffey include:
Linda Grobman, MSW. Editor of ‘The New Social Worker’.
Dr. Bruce Friedman, Graduate Faculty California State University: Bakersfield.
Terry Keller, MSW/Ab.D. Graduate Faculty at Michigan State University.
Duane Breijak, LLMSW, Michigan NASW Student Coordinator.
Dr. Dennis Cogswell, Graduate Faculty Emeritus, Radford University.
Topics the panel plans to cover include: Importance of CSWE accreditation; What factors should I be addressing when selecting a social work program? What if the value of an MSW education above an MFT education? What are the different specialties available nation-wide? Is it really worthwhile to accumulate that much debt to earn an MSW? What factors besides faculty make a good graduate social work program? Online vs. face-to-face programs; What if I am interested in both clinical and macro practice? Importance of location of school . Do national rankings really matter? Background on the number of graduate social work programs, concentrations, etc.; What Do I Need to Know about Doctoral Programs in Social Work?
From 10:00PM EST-11:00 PM EST, February 23, Terry Keller and Duane Breijak will lead a panel of present and recent MSW students in discussing how they made their choose and will also be available at 347-327-9168 to answer your questions.
Please spread the word to students and colleagues about this special show and opportunity.
Voices InJustice Radio, an outreach broadcast of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery, supporting the 'Family Crimes & Terroristic Abuse Act'. Join us live, Sunday evenings @7pm eastern/6pm central/4pm pacific time for a live discussion about the injustices we see in our communitities, our schools, our political leaders, family service organizations, and inside our very close circle of family/friends. We welcome your calls at 929-477-3163 or use your Social ID; log into blog talk platform for our live chatroom during the shows. We take all calls & questions, so don't hesitate to bring it to our discussion table.
This Sunday evening, Oct 4th, it is a huge honor to welcome friend/colleague Carolyn Wilson, MSW/LCSW Sexual Abuse Therapist. Let's talk to someone who has been working with victims and families for over 30 years, as she gives us a very close personal insight in how this act, which so many believe is gentle and loving, will never harm the child; let's find out exactly what she has seen in helping survivors & families learn to cope and rebuild. There are many challenges you hear me talk about all the time, write about them, speak about them, and have helped my share of persons, but Ms. Wilson is the expert we welcome to answer your concerning questions. Let me ask you - Would you make the call to report/help a child in need, especially if you believe it to be a close member of your family? What types of backlash might we expect in reporting? Is it really anonymous to make a report?
Keep in mind our shows are for entertainment purposes. While we may have experts join in we cannot & do not provide any form of professional theraputic, legal, or medical advice. It is necessary for you to connect with a Hotline or a service in your area. Please join in and invite some friends, or your teenagers. It's a great way to start a conversation about today's matters and how to help. Thank you stopping by!
Please join Denise Bolds - Bold Doula and her special guest Jennie Joseph, Executive Director at Commonsense Childbirth, a 501(c)(3) as our discussion of birthing while black continues. Jennie is a midwife and initiator of the National Perinatal Task Force. Denise Bolds, a certified birth doula in New York and MSW is the producer and host of Black Motherhood Empowerment. Denise is also a National Perinatal Task Force Ambassador.
Jennie Joseph, LM, CPM – Executive Director, Clinical Director, Master Midwife, Founder of The JJ Way®
Jennie believes in women! Her personal mission is to be the NEW approach to women’s wellness by providing inspiration, education, empowerment and support as a means to optimal health and by ensuring that all women have healthcare answers that they can understand. Jennie's work reflects her years of experience in the field of midwifery, maternal child health, social justice and public health spanning two continents and three decades.
Jennie Joseph can be reached on Facebook and at: http://Jennie@thebirthplace.org Denise Bolds can be reached on Blog Talk Radio - Follow Black Mother Empowerment. She is also on Facebook as Bold Doula and at: http://www.BoldDoula.com
Please join Denise Bolds - Bold Doula and her special guest Shafia Monroe as the discussion of birthing while black continues. Denise Bolds, a certified birth doula in New York and MSW is the producer and host of Black Motherhood Empowerment. This series: Birthing While Black is the result of the awareness and need for birth justice. Have a pen and paper ready, you will be inspired and empowered!
Shafia M. Monroe, DEM, CDT, MPH
Founder and President of International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC) and community activist devoted to infant mortality prevention, breastfeeding promotion, and increasing the number of midwives of color.
In addition to being a Certified Midwife by the Massachusetts Midwives Alliance, she is also a Childbirth Educator, a Doula Trainer, and mother of seven children. Shafia M. Monroe is a health activist, organizer, and international speaker. Monroe is the founder and President of the International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC); the nation’s first Black midwifery training, breastfeeding promotion and capacity building non-profit organization, headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Shafia is the visionary behind the prominent Black Midwives and Healers Conference that brings midwives and other health care providers together to galvanize resources and implement strategies for reducing infant mortality and strengthening families. Shafia Monroe can be reached at: http://ictcmidwives.org as she is on Facebook. Denise Bolds can be reached at: http://www.BoldDoula.com and on Blog Talk Radio as Black Motherhood Empowerment and she is on Facebook as Bold Doula http://www.facebook.com/BoldDoula
Please join Denise Bolds - Bold Doula and her special guest Aza Nedhari Executive Director of Mamatoto Village as the discussion of birthing while black continues. Denise Bolds, a certified birth doula in New York and MSW is the producer and host of Black Motherhood Empowerment.
Mamatoto Village is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, devoted to training the next generation of Community Birthworkers and Midwives. ?Mamatoto Village (MV) began in 2008 as a vision written for a graduate school paper, by Aza Nedhari. In 2012, after having worked in a for profit capacity as Doulas, and feeling as if their own training had been inadequate, Aza Nedhari and Cassietta Pringle, decided to form a collaborative partnership and bring Mamatoto Village to life. Witnessing the disparities and lack of cultural empathy in Maternal Health professions, MV founders saw a critical need for the creation of a career-training program for birth workers of color and for direct maternity support services to medically underserved populations.
Mamatoto's mission is two fold: to provide complimentary and low-cost maternity support services to women and their families during pregnancy through the first year of the child's life, and to facilitate the increase of qualified women of color serving in the Maternal Health profession.
Aza Nedhari can be reached on Facebook and at: http://www.mamatotovillage.org Denise Bolds can be reached here on Blog Talk Radio - Follow Black Mother Empowerment. She is also on Facebook as Bold Doula and at:http://www.BoldDoula.com
Please join Denise Bolds - Bold Doula and her special guest Yeyefini Efunbolade as the discussion of birthing while black continues. Denise Bolds, a certified birth doula in New York and MSW is the producer and host of Black Motherhood Empowerment. This series: Birthing While Black is the result of the awareness and need for birth justice. Have a pen and paper ready, you will be inspired and empowered! Birth work is not just the physical connection - it is also spiritual. The spiritual relatrionship can be empowering as well as draining. It is vital to practice self care of the spirit. In the black tradition & culture, this is rarely discussed.
Master Teacher and Self Empowerment Workshop (SEW) Facilitator, Yeyefini Efunbolade is a dynamic, internationally sought after, author, spiritual life coach and counselor. A bi-lingual African Latina, Yeyefini has over 40 years of experience utilizing a variety of unique healing methods that inspire spiritual rejuvenation, heal negative thought patterns and eliminate blockages resulting from personal challenges. She is committed to communicating through spirit to reveal an inner-working of her clients needs, meeting them wherever they are on their journey and guiding them towards fully acknowledging and embracing the power of their mind and spirit. It is through this realization that change is ushered, the spirit begins to remember its purpose and transformation happens! Yeye Efunbolade can be reached at http://www.yeyefini.com and on Facebook. Denise can be reached at http://www.BoldDoula.com on Blog Talk Radio and on Facebook as Bold Doula.
Call 3479890180 to listen and speak with the host of Black Urban America Kenneth Jones MSW and his weekly guest. Black Urban America shows are committed to bringing guests with solutions to the many problems in Black Urban America. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015 Wanya Tucker of A Goddess Path, Her Facebook website encourages women to embrace their inner goddess. The website is called A Goddess Path.
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This week my guest is Terry Matlen MSW, author of The Queen of Distraction: How Women with ADHD Can Conquer Chaos, Find Focus, and Get More Done.
Do you rule the realm of disorganization, clutter, and chaos? Are you constantly battling to get things done? Are you ready to give up and toss your day planner into the dungeon (otherwise known as your closet)? If so, you might just be The Queen of Distraction. And whether or not you’ve been formally diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you probably already know that something’s got to give.
The Queen of Distraction presents practical skills to help women with ADHD achieve focus and balance in all areas of life, whether it’s at home, at work, or in relationships. Psychotherapist Terry Matlen delves into the feminine side of ADHD—the elements of this condition that are particular to women, such as: relationships, skin sensitivities, meal-planning, parenting, and dealing with out-of-control hormones. In addition, the book offers helpful tips and strategies to get your symptoms under control, and outlines a number of effective treatment options for you to pursue.
From getting dressed in the morning, to making it to a job interview, to planning dinner—sometimes just getting through the day can be an ordeal for a woman with ADHD. If you’ve been accused of getting lost in your own world, maybe it’s time to make a change. If you’re ready to start getting organized and stop leaving your groceries in the car, this book can help. It’s more than just a survival guide; it’s an ADHD how-to to help you thrive!
About the author:
Terry Matlen, MSW, is a psychotherapist, consultant, writer, and coach. She is the author of Survival Tips for Women with ADHD and founder of addconsults.com.
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