• 00:34

    Creative tabletop settings and tablescapes

    in Design

    Hello family! 
    Welcome back this week!  Come join us tonight as we discuss creative table top settings, and tablescapes.
    We look at different designs elements for styles in glassware, utensils, and centerpieces. And,  we also provide ways of how to incorporate and develop great  tablescape themes and stylized settings.
    Learn how garnishing ideas can help create and complete your overall look. Summer is almost here and what a great time to begin implementing design ideas  for the upcoming

  • 00:09

    London Linkup Virginia settings 2

    in Entertainment

    Virginia settings 

  • 00:30

    Modifying Home Settings to Aid Loved Ones with Dementia

    in Health

    eCareDiary will speak to Lisa Baron, Executive Director of Memory Care Home Solutions along with Carolyn Rochester, Program Director about simple home modifications caregivers can make to enhance in-home independence and safety of loved ones with dementia.

  • 02:10

    Go to Your Default Settings Now That You Can See

    in Current Events

    Now That yoiu Can See, Can You See The END ??? I Can...

  • 00:30

    #RxChat - Changing Settings: The Pharmacist Workplace

    in Business

    #RxChat is a #Pharmacy Industry disucssion founded by RxWiki and the Pharmacy Podcast Show! 

    Today's #RxChat is all about the topic 

    Changing Settings: The Pharmacist Workplace

    Here's today's questions: 

    How would you describe the work environment of your pharmacy practice?
    Do you see differences in environment from pharmacy to pharmacy? 
    Where do you see the most room of change?
    Are there elements of your setting that you think need broader adoption?
    How do you see this setting changing as pharmacy changes?
    How would you go about making the changes that pharmacy needs to reach its full potential?

    Special thanks to our co-host and pharmacy owner Terry Forshee, RPh. 

    Terry Forshee @TerryForsheeRx Cleveland, TN · takechargerx.com

  • 00:54

    Goal Setting for 2015

    in Lifestyle

    Ann McNeill is a master strategist, Teacher & Author, who has been very instrumental in helping individuals define their unique purpose by implementing goal settings. Each year we make these New Year's resolutions of things we aspire to do. However, 95% of the time none of it ever gets done, and that's why you must be a part of a mastermind group that will allow you to have some accountability templates in place to create action steps for your next level which is Purpose..

  • Compounded Medications at Risk

    in Marketing

    The new USP General Chapter 800 has set new guidlelines for compounding pharmcies and handling hazardous drugs in healthcare settings. Unfortunately, this new guideline could possibly become law if we don't act now. This week, I interview Tim Reihm of the Aliance for Natural Health to talk more about these guidelines and what action you can take to help keep compounded medications for your pharmacies.

  • 00:23

    Escaping and Recognizing Emotional Manipulators with Dr. Carol Francis

    in Self Help

    After 38 years as a psychotherapist, Dr. Carol Francis notes that couples, parent-child relationships, business settings, romances, and daily conversations can be loaded with manipulations which are both helpul and harmful.   In this program, we make it more clear when we are manipulating or influencing each other in a positive way (as with Andrew Carnegie's "How to Win and Influence Friends") and when emotional manipulators cause serious damage.  

    Emotional manipulators are individuals who try to defeat, over-take or control others by using emotionally entangling techniques.  Starkely, these types of manipulations keep people in abusive relationships with violent spouses, sickening parent-child abuses, or bullying at work or in romantic relationships which turn very controlling and/or violent.  

    Of course, we all influence each other and in fact parents, teachers, bosses, marketing companies and advertisements can positively learn the art of manipulating their circle to create amazingly positive outcomes or connections.   But emotional manipulators are typically geared to oppression, bullying, dominating, undermining, exerting some power, or bleeding a person's finances or gaining sex on demand, even rape. 

    This podcast, one of many on this topic, helps listeners recognize the importance of 1) self-respect, 2) self-knowledge, 3) differentiaing kindness from manipulation, 4) being clear on personal vulnerabilities that give manipulators access to your emotional bank account and more. 

    Dr. Carol Francis, Clinical Psychologist, Marriage, Family & Child Therapist in the Los Angeles Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes, San Pedro -  can be reached at drcarolfrancis.com for help or comment. 

  • 00:30

    Cocoa Lady's Wellness Corner

    in Self Help

    Wellness and good health requires being armed with a plan. Cocoa Lady Wellness Professional, brings tools that will assist and help you meet your personal fitness goals. The discussion topics and techniques presented have been designed in practice for decades both in clinical and fitness group settings by Cocoa Lady. Participation enables the listener to become conscious of eating habits, food ingredients and meal plans upon the conclusion of this 4 week program.

    For more information visit http://AfroChiFitness.blogspot.com/

    Monthly On Point, phone calls for support are available at no charge, by registration: AfroChiFitness@aol.com. Please include your name, cell phone number, the best day and time you may be reached. Personal Consultations are available in the Greater Boston Area 516 408 2376


  • 00:46

    Teen and adolescent addiction/mental health

    in Health

    Today's topics is "Teen and adolescent addiction/mental health".  My special guest today is Mendi Baron, founder and CEO of Evolve Treatment Centers, is a passionate advocate for teens in the fields of mental health and addiction. Baron created the Evolve Treatment Centers to bring a unique approach to the treatment of children and adolescents who are struggling with a variety of emotional and behavioral disorders and substance abuse issues. Clinically trained, Baron earned a BA with honors in psychology and social work at the University of Maryland and an MSW at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. His extensive experience as a therapist includes individual and group counseling for children, adolescents, and families in various settings.  We will focus on Teen and adolescent addiction/mental health.  How parents should communicate with their children to help prevent substance abuse and address MH issues ( we need to broaden focus out of just addiction for these things) How parents should handle the situation should their child need treatment. Where can parents get help, how to prepare and get the best help, how to prepare and get the best help.  For more information about Mendi please visit his website. http://evolvetreatment.com/  Facebook.com/mendisplace  Twitter: @evolvetreatment  Mendisplace.com  Tune in live to find out how you can have a chance to win special prize give aways.


  • 01:11

    "Parliament of Souls," With Betinna Gray

    in Spirituality

    We welcome special guest Betinna Gray, who has been a friend of co-host Ann Garner for over 20 years, to the broadcast.  Betinna has hosted and produced hundreds of radio and tevelision interviews, including the 27-part series, “A Parliament of Souls,” which aired over the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Vision TV-Canada and in 140 countries and the 13-part PBS series, “The Creative Mind.”  Her interviews have profiled writers, artists, musicians, scientists, financial experts, spiritual leaders, and philosophers.  She is also a co-founder of the North American Interfaith Network. (www.creativefilms.com).

    Betinna has studied music since early childhood gaining performance experience in piano, voice, clarinet and guitar.  After graduating with an applied degree in voice, she continued post-graduate studies in composition and orchestration with master composer, David Sheinfeld, brilliantly colored, unorthodox compositions and forceful personality impressed generations audiences and students (See Full Biography). Her musical compositions cover a wide range of styles with an eclectic and adventurous musical taste.  Her most recent work was premiered on tour in Costa Rica by the Primavera Quartet, August 2014.  She currently teaches composition privately.

    Betinna has keynoted and lectured on world religions and human rights in various settings, including Mills College, University of California (Berkeley), and Graduate Theological Union, and been a consultant to the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland regarding interfaith relations. 

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