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    Creating Design Vignettes in tablescapes and tabletop settings

    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. 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 here and it's a fantastic time to implement design ideas for this season's upcoming events, or even a small party atmosphere.


    Join us tonight at 10:30 pm pst

  • 00:32

    Where to Turn? Treatment Settings and Levels of Care for Eating Disorders

    in Health

    Speakers:


    Evelyn Attia, MD,


    Deborah Glasofer, PhD


    Description:


    Understanding treatment options and how distinct they are from one another can be confusing for patients and families when looking for help.  Different types of treatment settings — commonly referred to as levels of care —will be discussed. 


    Contact Information


    For more information on treatment and research opportunities for those with eating disorders, please visit our clinic website at www.columbiaeatingdisorders.org,  follow us on twitter @ColumbiaED, or call us at 646-774-8066

  • 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

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  • 00:26

    SONYA MUHAMMAD M.A. MFCC, PPS......ADHD Myth & dangers of psychotropic drugs,

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    Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer


    Guest:  SONYA MUHAMMAD M.A. MFCC, PPS


    Sonya Muhammad is a marriage, family, and child counselor and life coach. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Theater Arts from Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois, her Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California, and her Educational Counseling Certification from the University of La Verne in La Verne, California. Ms. Muhammad has devoted over 25 years to working with children who have difficult behaviors and other life struggles, while providing their parents with parent education and support .


    Ms. Muhammad is an adjunct professor at the University of LaVerne in LaVerne , California, and she has served as a counselor/coach in a variety of school districts and county agency settings working with children K-12 and their families. Ms. Muhammad has extensive experience in providing a variety of counseling and educational services to foster youth, and it was during her 12 years with Los Angeles County Office of Education/Foster Youth Services, that Ms. Muhammad became aware of and concerned about the massive psychotropic drugging of children who reside in out of home placements. This particular interest in the psychotropic drugging of foster children who have no voice and no power.

  • When Bullying Results in Suicide with Beth Saadati on CD Speak UP!

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott interview Beth Saadati.


    Beth Saadati has sown her time and heart into the lives of hundreds of teens—and reaped an abundance of laughter and life in return. A certified high school English teacher, she is currently teaching composition classes, homeschooling her son (age nine) and daughter (age twelve), and crafting a novel.


    For more than two decades Beth has taught in public school, private school, and home school settings. Jenna, Beth's effervescent firstborn daughter, was her favorite teenage student before Beth lost her, without warning, to suicide resulting from bullying. On January 2, 2013, the world as Beth had known it forever changed. 


    Now, through speaking and writing, Beth encourages others to fight through heartbreak and hurt as she transparently journeys through the painful aftermath of her beloved daughter's death. Four of Beth’s stories have been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul books in 2015. She was also awarded first place in the SC chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers' first five pages contest.


    Beth is working on a young adult novel, Breathe, based on Jenna's true story. At the 2015 Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference (BRMCWC), this book received the BelieversTrust Beyond the Steeple Award for the work deemed to hold the greatest potential to impact a mainstream audience.  

  • 00:30

    Summer Design Tablescapes and Design Vignettes

    in Design

    Happy Wednesday, 


    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. 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 here and it's a fantastic time to implement design ideas for this season's upcoming events, or even a small party atmosphere.


    Join us tonight at 10:30 pm pst


     

  • Dying with Dignity: Starting the Conversation to Close the Healthcare Gap

    in Health

    What constitutes a ‘good death’? How and where are people dying? Are the needs of the dying being met? How can we advocate for a “good death”? Considering we are all going to die and lose loved ones at some point in time in our journey through life, these are all important questions to explore. Recently there has been an increased emphasis on the importance of addressing healthcare disparities in end of life care. This increased emphasis is mostly as a result of a bountiful of research on how dying patients are invisible in many acute healthcare settings in the United States and are victims of healthcare disparities. That is, certain groups receive lower quality of care than others. Worse than being a dying patient, is being a dying patient who is perceived by medical personnel as belonging to a different race, culture or ethnicity. These biases that lead to disparate treatment are often present at a subconscious level.


    Dr. Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán is associate professor at the Werner Institute at Creighton University. She is a certified mediator and arbitrator by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court.  She is a Fulbright Scholar who has actively participated in the field of conflict studies through national and international conferences and workshops, and has conducted a wide variety of trainings and seminars in the field. 


    Dr. Font-Guzmán conducts qualitative research with a focus on the fields of healthcare disparities, law, and conflict engagement. Specifically, how people construct meaning at critical points in their lives about their identity (e.g., professional and community), reflective learning/practice, and end of life to explore the manners in which meaning-making leads them to productively engage with conflict. She also explores how marginalized individuals create alternate stories and counter-narratives to address institutional injustices.