• 00:32

    rjo Winch / Politic is Local

    in Politics

    rjo Winch 



    Former City of Hartford Councilwoman Hartford’s 1st Black and 1st Female Council President.  Founder of Hartford’s “Annual Honoring Our Own”   Former NLC-National Black Caucus of Local Elected  Official, Region 1, Board Director rJo, which she prefers to be called, is the shortened version of her given name, Rosezina Joyce. She is the first of eight children born to Prenzina Holloway.  She is also the first of her siblings to enlist in the Armed Forces.  Her choice; the United States Air Force  rJo, is a  decorated, retired, Air Force Master Sergeant and Master Military Training Instructor.  


    While serving the citizens of Hartford she has also received several community awards: Upper Albany NRZ Unsung Hero Award, Permanency of Women Commission Award, United Technologies Corporation Volunteer of the Year Award, to name a few.  


    She is a published author of three books: “Welcome Home”, co-authored by her daughter Shaquasia Marie, “Loving One Man” and “LimeLight” with her forth publication on the way entitled “Behind the Municipal Door” scheduled to be released in the fall of 2013.  

  • Emotional First Aid: How to Heal from Everyday Emotional Wounds

    in Self Help

    This episode features an interview with Dr. Guy Winch, as he discusses how to heal from the everyday emotional wounds that we face and the importance of doing so. Learn how to heal from rejection, lonileness, failure and rumination.


    Guy Winch, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, keynote and TEDx speaker, and author whose books have been translated into fifteen languages. His most recent book is Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure, and Other Everyday Hurts(Plume, 2014). He also writes the popular Squeaky Wheel Blog on Psychology Today.com, and theHuffington Post.


     www.guywinch.com


    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0142181072


      http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-squeaky-wheel


     http://www.twitter.com/guywinch


     


     

  • 01:04

    Guy Winch Live-Emotional First Aid with Scott Cluthe on Positively Incorrect !

    in Women

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    Live tonight with Scott Cluthe is Guy WInch, Ph.D., author of Emotional First Aid and popular Huffington Post Blogger.

    www.guywinch.com 

    Guy Winch, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, keynote speaker, and author whose books have already been translated into fourteen languages. His most recent book is Emotional First Aid: Practical Strategies for Treating Failure, Rejection, Guilt and Other Everyday Psychological Injuries (Hudson Street Press, 2013). The Squeaky Wheel: Complaining the Right Way to Get Results, Improve Your Relationships and Enhance Self-Esteem (Walker & Company) was published in January 2011.


    Dr. Winch received his doctorate in clinical psychology from New York University in 1991 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in family and couples therapy at NYU Medical Center. He has been working with individuals, couples and families in his private practice in Manhattan, since 1992. He is a member of the American Psychological Association.


    In addition to the Blog on this site, Dr. Winch also writes the popular Squeaky Wheel Blog on Psychology Today.com, and blogs for Huffington Post.

  • 01:30

    Ce Says Let's Talk About It

    in Pop Culture

    Let's talk emotional health.  Now more than ever, Americans face regular emotional assaults stemming from stresses at work, financial pressures, and relationship or home life problems.  The accumulation of these psychological injuries can interfere with our functioning and cause long term emotional harm, but can we do anything about them?
    Ask a friend or family member:
    •What should we do to ease the sharp pain of rejection?
    •How do we stop the devastating ache of loneliness or the bitter disappointment of failure?
    •How should we recover from low self- esteem or loss and trauma?
    •How do we deal with  intrusive ruminations or nagging guilt?
    Every household has a medicine cabinet of bandages, ointments and painkillers we use to treat the physical injuries we sustain in daily life.  Psychological damages such as failure, rejection, or loneliness occur at least as frequently as do physical ones, but we don’t know how to treat them so the wounds don’t heal. For example, experiencing failure can lead to crippling test anxiety, rejections can damage our self-esteem, and loneliness can take years off our life expectancy if we can’t find a remedy.
    Join me andmy guest Guy Winch to discuss practical strategies to treat psychological wounds.  Read about it on my blog at http://cebreez.com/uSbyC
     

  • 00:12

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  • 02:01

    Gate Beautiful Radio Show--August 15th, 2013

    in Writing

    Gate Beautiful Radio Show features inspirational authors from debut authors to NYT bestsellers as well as industry professionals. Both writers and readers alike will enjoy hearing these authors share about their publishing journies, recent releases, and future plans. Listeners are encouraged to call in or comment in our Chat Room. Guests this month are authors Janet McHenry Carla Gade Olsen, Anita Higman and Editors of Splickety Magazine, Ben Wolf and Andrew Winch.

  • 01:29

    The Two Spirits Connection With The Sacred Tree of Life

    in Current Events

    Rachel J. Olsen owner of R.J.O. Wellness, coaches individuals who have complex health concerns, looking to balance various areas of their life. Racheal understands this life is a journey, not a destination. Rachel continues to learn from others on her own journey for personal, physical, mental and spiritual growth.
    Rachel holds a Master's in business administration degree, a Bachelor of Science, with a major in Mind Sciences in Kinesiology, with numerous personal training and wellness certifications. Rachel advocates health and wellness inspiring her friends, family, clients to strive for the life they desire.
    Rachel is an author, speaker,motivator, a true example of how dedication perseverence, plus taking resonsibility for ones own health can result in reaching ones optimal health and personal goals. 
    Working with her own digestive problems Rachel has embraced a plant- based, gluten free diet, beliving that a diet  rich in whole-food nutrients will enhance health decrease body fat, reducing many of the ailments that plague our society today 

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  • 01:01

    Guy Winch, Ph.D.-The Squeaky Wheel & Russell Bishop on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

    in Psychology

    Scott Cluthe has 2 great guests Thursday night. First is Guy Winch, Ph.D., licensed psychologist and author of The Squeaky Wheel: Complaining the Right Way to Get Results, Improve Your Relationships and Enhance Self-Esteem ( Walker & Company). Scott then has a best of repeat, Russell Bishop, author of Workarounds That Work: How to Conquer Anything That Stands in Your Way at Work.

    In the days of the horse and carriage, we complained much less and when we did, our complaints were more likely to get results. Today we complain about everything—yet most of us grumble, vent, and kvetch, neither expecting nor getting meaningful resolutions. Wasting prodigious amounts of time and energy on unproductive complaints also can take an emotional and psychological toll on our moods and well-being. We desperately need to relearn the art of complaining effectively.

    Psychotherapist Guy Winch offers practical and psychologically grounded advice on how to determine what to complain about and what to let slide. He demonstrates how to convey our complaints in ways that encourage cooperation and increase the likelihood of getting resolutions to our dissatisfactions. Complaining constructively can be extremely personally empowering and it can significantly strengthen our personal, familial and work relationships. Applying our newfound complaining skills to customer service representatives, corporate leaders, and elected officials increases the odds that our comments will be taken seriously. If we all complained more effectively, squeaky wheels could change our own lives, as well as the world, for the better.

    He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from New York University in 1991 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in family and couples therapy at NYU Medical Center. He has been working with individuals, couples and families in his private practice in Manhattan, since 1992. He is a member of the American Psychological Association.

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