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This program is dedicated to understanding more about NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and its wonderful works. Abby Scherr, awarded 2014 volunteer at NAMI and member of the Spiritist Society of Baltimore, talks about NAMI. Learn more about it here. Join us LIVE by calling (858) 769-4705.
Charlotte View is pleased to welcome back Angel Whisperer and Intuitive Artist, Nami Nesterowicz for his 'Angels by Nami 2 Show'
12 PM (EASTERN TIME) 11 AM (CENTRAL) 10 AM (MOUNTAIN) 9 AM (PACIFIC) / #TAKEMYCALL available
Get ready for messages from your angels in a very distinctive way! Nami's messages from Angels are primarily focused on the present circumstances of your life: what gifts you have, how to use them, and which angels are with you. He can relay messages from your departed loved ones who choose to come through the veil with information that you need now. Nami asks that you allow him to connect with your soul's energy by repeating three times the mantra; I AM (inhale), GOD IS (exhale).
Once the connection is established, you'll find the names of the angels who work with you, the color they represent and the skill sets they bring for you. You'll get your 'soul color' that was given to you before you were born. You'll find this color resonates strongly with you. Getting confirmation of this color can enhance your meditation or prayers; it affects your senses, alters your mood, and soothes your soul as you allow the color vibrations to enter your heart and mind. Nami is an angel painter who usually paints your "soul portrait" while giving the reading, but he won’t be doing that during the radio show. You can request a painting by contacting him privately after the show (prices vary according to the size of the painting you would like).
Angels by Nami: (330) 461-1973 / email@example.com / Skype: Sunami.Nesterowicz / Website: www.angelsbynami.com
Charlotte View welcomes Artist, Intuitive Reader and Healer Nami Nesterowicz for his show "Angels by Nami". Following a near-death experience several years ago, Nami came to realize that energy healing is an important part of his life's mission. Nami is a Reiki practitioner and has developed many of his own energy modalities to compliment his practice.
But there is more to the story than meets the eye. Nami is transgender. After 50 years as a woman, in May 2014, Nami had gender re-assignment surgery. Aside from the physical journey, the spiritual journey has been profound. Nami says it's all about empathy, being able to understand people - beyond barriers of race, class, gender, or sexuality.
“I guess I see the souls of people, and I am able to help them, because I see that tear behind the eye.” ~ Nami (WJZY FOX 46, Feb 2015)
During this show callers will experience:
Intuitive Somatic Release ~ Nami remotely views past injuries or negative experiences linked to physical symptoms. He helps release the body's memory of those past events
channeled messages for insight and healing from the Angelic Realm
connection with your spiritual being or higher self.
channels the angels energy and then brands their messages on canvas
Angels by Nami: (330) 461-1973 / firstname.lastname@example.org / blog: http://transnami.blogspot.com
Join me on November 5, 2014 from 8-10 PM Eastern for a riviteing conversation about plans to Stand-up to NAMI-NYS and The Murphy Bill (HR 3717) Friday November 14th Albany, New York. Information about The Human Rights Teach-in and The Active Response Plan with George Ebert and Anne Dox of the Mental Patients Liberation Alliance, Dan Fisher, Board member of National Coalition for MH Recovery, and other special guests.
To get involved www.TheAlliance.org
Call (267)521-0167 to be part of the program.
Nami is a blogger with a great idea or several. One such is the concept of the Just-World Fallacy. She will be discussing this and more with Kalisara & RevKess today.
Check out her blog, the topic of discussion (http://paganactivist.com/2014/03/06/karma-the-just-world-fallacy-and-the-magick-of-action/). Don't forget to check out Nami's other posts on the Pagan Activist (http://paganactivist.com/), as well as the other contributors, including RevKess.
Nami is studying with The Maetreum of Cybele (http://gallae.com/), which has been on the show previously. She also works for The Fairy Apothecary, a pagan-owned and operated bath and body products company (thefairyapothecary.com).
In this episode of Blog Talk Radio, Family Resource Center on Disabilities' host Paula WIlls and guest Robin Garvey from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will discuss the services NAMI can offer a family working with a child with a mental health issue.
NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI advocates for access to services, treatment, supports and research and is steadfast in its commitment to raise awareness and build a community for hope for all of those in need.
NAMI is the foundation for hundreds of NAMI State Organizations, NAMI Affiliates and volunteer leaders who work in local communities across the country to raise awareness and provide essential and free education, advocacy and support group programs.
Nina Bingham comes back to Charlotte View with a show that will make you ponder on the role societal stigma has on the mental health in the LGBT community. By sharing her own story of acceptance and transformation (enlightment) Nina hopes to bring awareness on the need of a competent mental health program and professionals who understand the intricancies that the LGBT community has.
Special Guest: Nami James Nesterowicz who will share his story as a transgender
Nina will share her professional and personal opinion on areas such as:
Sexual orientation vs. gender orientation
Same-sex attraction. Can it be corrected or cured?
How do you know you are Gay? Are you born or made?
"Coming Out" the process, safety issues, best practice
Nami James will talk about areas such as:
what it means to be transgender? Transexual? Cross-dresser?
What is gender identity and gender expression?
Is being transgender a mental disorder?
Experiences of violence and victimization are frequent for LGBT individuals, and have long-lasting effects on the individual and the community. Personal, family, and social acceptance of sexual orientation and gender identity affects the mental health and personal safety of LGBT individuals.
Legal discrimination in access to health insurance, employment, housing, marriage, adoption, and retirement benefits. Lack of laws protecting against bullying. Lack of social programs for LGBT youth, adults, and elders. Shortage of health care providers competent in LGBT health
Office in Portland, Oregon 97206 / www.living-enlightened.com / email@example.com / 971-266-0292
Join us for our next show! May 19, 2015 at 12:00p.m. ET
Join host Vangie Rodenbeck as she interviews Dr. Stephen Grcevich on Mental Health & the Church. This show highlights ministry to children with special needs and seeks to resource, encourage, and empower those who minister to them.
Dr. Stephen Grcevich serves as Director of Strategic Initiatives and Medical Director of Key Ministry, a non-profit organization providing free training, consultation, resources, and support to help churches serve families of children with disabilities. He is a faculty member in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at two medical schools, leads a group practice in suburban Cleveland, and continues to be involved in research evaluating the safety and effectiveness of medications prescribed to children for ADHD, anxiety and depression. Dr. Grcevich is a past recipient of the Exemplary Psychiatrist Award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and was recently recognized by Sharecare as one of the top ten online influencers in children’s mental health.
Vangie began her journey in special needs advocacy when her son, Noah, was diagnosed with autism at age four; the same year she also began full-time ministry to children. Through efforts to create a place where her son could learn about God, special needs advocacy and ministry became one and the same. Vangie has a B.S. in Christian Ministry and an M.A. in Contemporary Theology. Her thesis project, “Disability and the Image of God,” continued her desire to meld theology, practical ministry, and disability advocacy. She also serves as Executive Director of PURE Ministries. Vangie lives and ministers in Meridian, Idaho.
in Self Help
President Obama, proclaimed May as Mental Health Awareness month. Organizations like NAMI National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, is the largest grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public, and support loved ones, family members, and neighbors of those affected by mental illness.
Last week on talk back Tuesday, we decided to turn mothers day into a month of celebration by offering the gift of freedom from the burden of grief. Many of our listeners expressed the complication of when or if grief has an end date. Mothers admitted the pain of loosing a child from 5 up to15 years ago could still hurt like the loss was yesterday. Therefore, the counselors feel compelled to continue sharing insight on this complicated experience that is so prevalent in our society
This week we will discuss the terms “Prolonged Grief / Bereavement-Related Disorder, as a classified mental illness. Lets answer this question, “Can Prolonged Grief be considered a mood disorder for diagnosing and treatment such as depression and anxiety? What would this mean?” Call your best friend, your mother, auntie, sister, cousin, daughter and the men in your life. Let’s talk about Mothers being happy, joyous, and free this Tuesday with 3 counselors and a couch. Come get on the Couch!
And because a mother’s primary focus is her family, we will dedicate the next week shows on grief and the family dynamics, i.e. the mother’s spouse and other children.
Lets discuss the 'D' word
We have all heard some of the old sayings such as, "they need to pull themselves up by the boot straps:, or "too much drama," or "if they only had more faith."
Such a shame, some of the societal thought causes so many to feel defeated,and to believe they have been put in a box, with no way out.
It is our hope, through this program, to set a few people free.
We hear you, and we care.
Pam and Nancy
Focus on Health Radio
1. NEWHOPE CRISIS LINE (24 HR)
2. NATIONAL SUICIDE HOTLINE (24HR)
3. NAMI (for families of those going through depression)
4. Warm Talk *for someone to listen (10-3:00pm)
LENA GERMAINE CLARK is an author, and has worked with individuals diagnosed with mental illness for 17 years. She has another book forthcoming in a few months, titled What’s on your Mind? When she’s not encouraging or motivating others, she is writing, she’s most likely on the move doing what she loves being a voice for mental illness. She enjoys spending time with her mother and her children Amaryst, Arielle, Noah and Genesis. In her spare time, she enjoys playing tennis, skydiving, writing, reading, cooking and listening to jazz. Member of NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness) Member of Atlanta Business League (ABL) Member of Association of Professional Women Member of National Association of Women Business Owners Member of National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) AMAZINGMINDMINISTRIES.ORG