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Join us every 2nd Monday of the month for "Lessons from the Play Room" a 30 minute talk exploring the little things that make a big difference in the play therapy process. Each 30 minute radio show will address common questions mental health practitioners run into when working with kids. We will be discussing topics such as:
*Hellos and Good-byes
*Designing a Play Room
*And much more
This is more than a Do's and Don'ts, it's a look at the little lessons that our kids teach us to best facilitate their process.
This month's topic: Translating the Play Room to the Parents
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We are extremely eager to get into the BYGP Locker Room tonight, to talk about whether or not, college football players should get paid for playing!
This is a huge topic right now in college football, and there are definitely opinions on both sides of the fence. For years, college football players have expressed that they want a larger slice of the revenue generated from their hardwork on the field, but does that make it the right thing to do?
Join us as we discuss. By the way, we would love to hear your opinion tonight. Can't wait!
Tune in Friday, May 10 at 1 p.m. when the next installment of Record Talk Radio will be devoted to the on-going debate over Bergen County's pay-to-play law. Our guests will be Heather Taylor of The Citizens Campaign and Chuck Powers of Bergen Grassroots. Both groups were instrumental in pursuading the Bergen County Freeholders to adopt a pay-to-play ordinance in December 2011. The law limited the amount a no-bid contractor doing business with the county could contribute to a county politic
Join our hosts, Howard Glasser and Catherine Stafford as they welcome our guests for April - Rhett Etherton and Howard Moody.
Rhett is currently a program coordinator for Playworks, a non-profit bringing, safe inclusive and fun play to children. Previous to this he taught ESL students in the 3rd - 8th grades for 6 years. He has been a certified Advanced Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach since 2007. Mr Etherton holds a BA in Multilinguql/Multi-Cultural Elementary Education from ASU. After seeing how the NHA tools have transformed his students' lives as well as his own, Rhett is excited to bring these tools to parents and educators across the country.
Howard Moody, has been facilitating playshops for over 25 years and he specializes in designing team building, stress reduction, and wellness presentations. Howard has been a faculty member at the Omega Institute for Holistic studies for many years and he is also the co-founder of The Adventure Game Theatre, an extraordinary interactive learning process (featured on PBS and NPR). Play in its many forms is Howard's passion and his mission is to share the value and gifts that play has to offer to everyone. Howard is a Certified Nurtured Heart Approach trainer. He is presently working on a book with Howard Glasser about how within play, the principles of the Nurtured Heart Approach can be enhanced and embodied.
*Any stories shared are amalgums of experiences based on the use of the Nurtured Heart Approach by our hosts and our guests and are not based on any particular person - child or adult.*
Jerry Pippin gives his impression of Pay per Click Journalism.
Internal documents obtained by WW show that a quota system is being put in place that calls for steep increases in posting to Oregonlive.com, and promises compensation for those employees who post most often.
The new policy, shown to the editorial staff in a PowerPoint presentation in late February, provides that as much as 75 percent of reporters’ job performance will be based on measurable web-based metrics, including how often they post to Oregonlive.com.
Beat reporters will be expected to post at least three times a day, and all reporters are expected to increase their average number of posts by 40 percent over the next year.
Looking to expand? Looking to make a career change? Looking to move up where you're at? Or are you in the market for a job?
Join us as guest host, Barbara Burgess, Lead Faculty and Senior Consultant at Wright, coaches callers on their career moves.
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Last week the Chicago office of the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the Northwestern football players are employees of the Evanston, Ill. University and have the right to collectively bargain. The Northwestern University quarterback who is behind a push to unionize the school's football team said on Thursday he is "very confident" that his teammates will vote on April 25 to join the College Athletes Players Association (CAPA). Northwestern officials have said they will appeal, But if last week’s ruling is upheld — and many college sports lawyers, based on the strong language Chicago regional NLRB director Peter Sung Ohr used in his decision, predict it will survive the university’s challenge it will fundamentally transform college sports. “It ensures that players have a voice,”Cain Colter told The Associated Press last week. Kain Colter, a senior at Northwestern, appeared on a panel and took questions in Washington, D.C., along with CAPA co-founder Ramogi Huma, a former University of California-Los Angeles football player who now advocates for student athletes. Ed O'Bannon vs NCAA. Four-and-a-half years after the case was filed, a federal judge Thursday green-lighted former UCLA Bruin Basketball Player Ed O'Bannon's class-action antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA to proceed to trial beginning June 9. Barring a settlement before then, the plaintiffs will ask a jury to strike down the NCAA's age-old restrictions preventing athletes from cashing in on their name, likeness and image. "We're not asking for any money to be paid," Michael Hausfeld, attorney for the plaintiffs, said during Thursday's summary judgment hearing before U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken. "We are asking for the restraint to be removed ... and then the market will determine how it plays out."
U48 Fitness Our Guest Tonight On Play Book Talk Radio
ObamaCare is a wealth-theft program that forces you to bend over and say "ahh"; Federal bureaucracy gets in the way of complex ongoing relationships that serve civil society, and ends with acts of state-sponsored terrorism; Forget Barack Obama's "equal pay" demagoguery - in the Obamaconomy, just about everyone is worse off (except Democrats, of course); The Left is trampling free speech for the sake of orthodoxy - but is it eating itself in the process?
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