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  • 01:59

    TS Radio: Dr. Jeffrey A Schaler PhD, on The Myth of Mental Illness

    in Health

    Hosted by Marti Oakley


    In our continuing series in coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights, tonight we are pleased to have Dr. Jeffrey A. Schaler as our guest to discuss the myth of mental illness. 


    Jeffrey A. Schaler, PhD, a psychologist in Maryland, has written extensively on addiction and social policy as well as having taught thousands of undergraduate and graduate students about the myth of mental illness over the past 22 years at American University in Washington, D.C., Johns Hopkins University, and community colleges in Maryland and Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. He is a well known and popular international speaker. A close friend and colleague for many years of the late professor emeritus of psychiatry Thomas Szasz, Professor Schaler is currently working on his sixth and seventh books, both focused on why behavior can never be a disease. His book entitled Addiction Is a Choice was the centerpiece of a John Stossel ABC News 20/20 special and his book entitled Peter Singer Under: The Moral Iconoclast Faces His Critics won the American Library Association book of the year in Philosophy in 2010. He has three granddaughters and he lives with "Scout," his six month old German Shepherd, in Howard County, Maryland. His website is at www.schaler.net .

  • 02:00

    Special Saturdays

    in Education

    Join Us This Special Saturday

    Call In: (713) 955 - 0708

    Hosting: Infanit Percent

    This episode we would like to hear from you from the heart.

  • 01:52

    Ostara Special

    in Spirituality

    It's Ostara and we have decided to do a special show to bring in this Sabbat!


    Join us for some fun Ostara talk!

  • 00:31

    Cari Cornish and Special Education Law

    in Health

    Carin J. Cornish is an attorney.  She specializes in Special Education Law -- not the most lucrative specialty in law practice, but one which she find extremely rewarding in other ways.  All children have their own ways of learning, not all of which fit neatly into mainstream classrooms.  Cari is committed to helping to create the right nurturing environment for every special child.  She works through the Children's Law Center of Massachusetts.


    Cari talks with Joyce about the path that has led her to this specialty, and to her work with the New England Regional Genetics Group (NERGG).


    Sanfilippo syndrome was first described in 1963 by Dr. Sylvester Sanfilippo and is considered rare, with an occurrence of 1 in every 70,000 births. It is an autosomal recessive hereditary disorder, which means, both parents must be carriers in order for the child to be affected. There is a one in four chance of having a child born with Sanfilippo syndrome. There is a two in three chance that unaffected children will be carriers.

  • 00:47

    Chapter 13 - - Advertising and the Law

    in Elections

    This lecture covers Chapter 13 in the course readings. 

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    Special program

    in Entertainment

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  • 01:59

    TS Radio: Dr. Linda Lagemann on disability caused by psych drugs

    in Family

    Hosted by Marti Oakley


    Continuing our coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) we are pleased to have Dr. Linda Lagemann as our guest this evening.  We will also be discussing the recent passage of a bill in New Mexico to protect children from forced drugging and to prevent CPS from abducting a child from their home because parents refused to drug their child.


    Dr. Linda Lagemann is a clinical psychologist with 25 years experience in the field. After observing that the “mental health” field had become dominated by psychiatric labels and drugs and was doing more harm than help, she closed her practice.  She now devotes herself full-time to efforts to reform the field and inform people about the disability caused by psychiatric drugs, especially when given to children. She has been interviewed on radio stations across the country and internationally and has been featured in two documentaries.


    Dr. Lagemann is a Commissioner for Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) (www.cchrint.org).  She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in the Department of Medicine (3-time recipient of the UCSF Annual Teaching Excellence Award).

  • 01:33

    Kellogg's Komments - IDP Special

    in Sports

    Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg, Wally Spurlin, Gary Davenport and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest!  Join Gary, Wally and special guest Dr. Jene Bramel of FootballGuys as they give the inside scoop on what's going on in the world of Individual Defensive Players!


    Call-in Number: (347) 826-9620

  • 01:01

    Special Edition Radio Program

    in Christianity

    Special Edition Radio Program


    Listen "Live" Around The World 


    Tuesday, March 31, 2015 @ 11am - 12pm CST 


    Finding My Way With Kayla Padgett Radio Network Welcomes Special Guest Speaker: Evangelist Latrice Ryan Of Latrice Ryan Ministries


    Call In & Join Us @ 347-850-8560


    Produced By Kayla Padgett On Finding My Way Radio Network

  • 01:01

    Shaping Special Hearts: What Parents Really Need From Ministry Leaders

    in Religion

    Join us live on Tuesday, April 14th at 12pm ET!


    A child’s special needs diagnosis affects the whole family. Parents find themselves struggling with grief, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and even an unexpected sense of relief. This gamut of emotions can be confusing for ministry leaders as they work with families; it can be difficult to know what to do and how to help.


    Join host Katie Wetherbee as she interviews Barb Dittrich, Executive Director of Snappin’ Ministries. Barb will share information from her experiences working with parents—and from her own journey as a mom. You’ll come away with practical ideas for supporting parents, as well as clear insight on the process of parenting a child with disabilities. She will illuminate listeners about the effect of disabilities on marriages and sibling relationships as well.


    Katie is an educational consultant for Hope Educational Consulting who works with churches, families, and schools. She is also a writer; her articles have been featured on the MOPS and Power of Moms blogs as well as the Huffington Post and in KidzMatter Magazine. Katie is currently the special needs columnist for Children’s Ministry Magazine. In addition, she and author Jolene Philo are currently writing a book called Every Child Welcome, which will be published in April 2015. Katie and her husband, Tom, live in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, with their teenagers and a quirky mutt named Mitzie.

  • 00:18

    Special Feature Program 4262015

    in Motivation

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