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Join Sonia Nadina Haynes as she continues and completes last episode with Tippy Felzen Stein author of Planning Power. Tippy is a BTR host of Books I love. The show was engaging, inspiring and inspirational and Tippy was an incredible guest.
Sonia Nadina will also continue the conversation of focussing on your goals and allow your dreams to come into view.
Tippy's Bio: Born in Jerusalem, Taken to New York as a child, and Escaped to Los Angeles in High School, Tippy returned to New York in order to graduate from college, but returned and lived in Los Angeles most of her life. Tippy began her writing career with Shirley MacLaine’s book ‘Out On the Limb’ where she functioned as a researcher, and ghost writer. She experienced a life changing event that caused her to start at point 0 and begin her life again.
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Join Sonia Nadina Haynes as she interviews Tippy Felzen Stein on her book Planning Power. Tippy is an Intuitive Life Coach. She has a BA in TV/Radio Production, minor in Psychology Brooklyn College; AA mental Health Kingsborough community College; DRE Agent Licensed to sell Real Estate.
Born in Jerusalem, Taken to New York as a child, and Escaped to Los Angeles in High School, returned to New York in order to graduate from college, but returned and lived in Los Angeles most of her life. Tippy began her writing career with Shirley MacLaine’s book ‘Out On A Limb’ where she functioned as a researcher, and ghost writer. Studied the Kabala and researched life and death from age 8 when her father disappeared from her life (passed away.) On her 40th birthday she fell over the cliff with her two young children in the car, and that changed everything. She was told that it was possible that she may never walk again, since her T11 was collapsed, and she had multiple fractures between her neck and her legs. The journey was not a smooth and straight one it was a journey filled with blood sweat and tears, and at the end, it was only the beginning of a new one. She is currently coaching her clients thorugh difficult times such as Divorce, Living after the death of a loved one, Losing your home and everything else you own. Difficult relationships, Poverty mentality and how it works, into a life of joy. How to move on after a major life crisis.
She has personally experienced all of the above and only works on situations that she personally had to overcome. She created the Efactor University where a rainbow of classes are given from many different spiritual guides and mentors.
About my own book. I read the first chapter and give a short explanation of my work. Planning Power is the understanding that I acquired as a result of an accident that could have ended my life, but instead gave me a new start in life. It was written in an attempt to share what I learned, and help you release the suffering that is not a requird part of life. It is for you if you wish to step into the joy, and are looking to grow on all levels. It is time for the light to enter this planet, and it is up to you to spread that light wherever you go. But in order to do that you must first fill your own life with the light of success, and confidence and extremem bliss.
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WHO IS HE? Berny Dohrmann! Join us for what will be an exciting and enlightening hour!
Join our host Dr. Gil Tippy as he explains DIR Floortime. Dr Tippy is the co-author of Respecting Autism with Dr. Stanley Greenspan and the founder of The Rebecca School in New York City. The DIR Floortime model was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan and first outlined in 1979 in his book Intelligence and Adaptation.
The Developmental, Individual-difference, Relationship-based (DIR) model is the formal name for a new, comprehensive, individualized approach to assess and treat children who have developmental delays (including Autism Spectrum Disorder). Focusing on the building blocks of healthy development, this approach is also referred to as the “Floortime” approach. However, Floortime is actually a strategy within the DIR model that emphasizes the creation of emotionally meaningful learning exchanges that encourage developmental abilities.
The goal of treatment within the DIR model is to build foundations for healthy development rather than to work only on the surface of symptoms and behaviors. Here, children learn to master critical abilities that may have been missed along their developmental track. For example, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has three core/primary problems: (1) establishing closeness, (2) using emerging words or symbols with emotional intent, and (3) exchanging emotional gestures in a continuous way. Secondary symptoms (perseveration, sensory-processing problems, etc.) may also exist. Thus, treatment options are based on particular underlying assumptions. The DIR model is based on the assumption that the core developmental foundations for thinking, relating, and communicating can be favorably influenced by work with children’s emotions and their effects.
BX25 Vixens Magazine is an print and digital glamour magazine. Welcome to our official weekly podcast. Today we chat with BX25 Vixens Issue 8 cover model Tippy Starr. Follow her on Twitter @iamtippystarr.
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Host Dr. Gil Tippy - Gil Tippy, PsyD, Author of Respecting Autism with Stanley Greenspan, MD, offers Evaluations, Direct Services, Consulting to private individuals and organizations. He is a Clinical Psychologist, licensed in the State of New York, and is an Expert DIR/Floortime Provider and Teacher.
Guests Kathleen Werr and Erin Zerba
Who is ANUE?
Autistic Network of Unique Eccentrics.
ANUE is a volunteer membership association and self-advocacy network of autistic adults, friends, and advocates, formed in 2013 in Spokane, Washington to serve as a local and regional hub for mutual support, resources, education and social events.
ANUE is intended to provide a sensory friendly environment and framework for gathering and collaborations, creative work and partnerships, and to facilitate networking for resources and career in a supportive dynamic where neurodiversity is appreciated and respected.
ANUE also seeks to work with partners in the region to provide community education on adult autism and mentorship to other adults on the spectrum, including those transitioning into adulthood from high school and college.
Ceddy J, Taryn Lyymon, and Jakiis Amor welcome Model Tippy Star, who is a newcomer to the industry already making great headway. She shares how her coaching with Renaldo Creative Photography has led her to features with BX25 Style Magazine and Human Canvas Magazine.
This week Dr Gil Tippy interviews 3 special educators using an appropriate, developmental, sensory sensitive approach in public and private education settings for kids with neuro-developmental disorders of relating and communicating. The discussion ranges from the tremendous success of a couple of Vermont public school teachers in their use of the DIR/Floortime model, through our success at the Rebecca School in our Fairytale Literacy curriculum, and even touches on the complications of the Common Core Standards, and what it means for our children. Kathryn Byrne Grossarth is a Special Educator in a small public school in Wells, VT. She attended a conference in Vermont this past summer that Rae Leeper and I put on, explaining how to do a relationship based model in a public school setting. She has implemented DIR in her public school with tremendous success. She is using Rae's literacy suggestions and is finding that it is really working. She is working on creating curriculum and texts, and is passionate about the tremendous change she has seen in her kids, and herself in just the first four months of this school year.Barbara Festa is a Special Education Supervisor in Wells, VT. She did not attend the training, but Kathryn's enthusiasm has been so infectious that she began to use the model in her math curriculum, to great results. She sees that DIR/Floortime is directly in line with the Common Core Standards.Rae Leeper is the Education Supervisor at the Rebecca School, and did the training with me that inspired these two Vermont Special Educators. She has been at the Rebecca School from the very beginning, and instrumental in creating and supervising our classroom curriculum.
Host Dr Gil Tippy
Christopher M. Gauthiér's photography can be found in the permanent collections of the Mississippi Museum of Art; Webster University, The Netherlands; Koltsovo Airport, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation and in private collections nationally and internationally. Christopher has presented his project, Evidence and Artifacts at conferences, symposiums and workshops on art, the environment, and disability; including at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities 2012 Conference in Washington D.C., the 2013 Mountain West Arts Conference, and three consecutive years at the US Autism and Asperger Association World Conference. In 2013, Christopher was awarded a Utah Visual Arts Fellowship and the Autism Council of Utah’s Individual of the Year Award. His focus on autism evolved out of the struggle to access the necessary interventions and treatments for his children on the spectrum, and from his own life experience as an individual affected by Aspergers Syndrome. It is his goal to stimulate the national dialogue on the impact of environmental insults on human health and development. Christopher currently sits on the advisory board of the US Autism and Asperger Association, and Madison House Foundation, a non-profit advocacy organization whose mission is to improve the lives of adults facing the challenges of autism spectrum disorder.
Jacqueline F. Gauthiér is currently the Director for Morningside School, a private preschool and kindergarten in Logan, UT. Jacqueline has been a life-long advocate for women and children, with a background in crisis intervention, including medical and legal advocacy for survivors of sexual violence and case management services for abused children.
Some creative people get a late start with their careers, but for Lawrence Bromell, Jr., the beginning came unexpectedly when he very young. An ad in TV Guide got his attention, and he drew Tippy the Turtle to perfection and submitted it for the chance to win a scholarship to art school. And he won! Since he was only 10 years old, he was not allowed to accept the scholarship, but his future path to the arts was cast. Larry is one of those rare artists who creates with beauty, skill and proficiency in various mediums. He paints, creates digital illustrations, and is an accomplished graphic designer. But another medium recently caught Larry’s artistic eye – the human canvas. Now Larry is working on his apprenticeship to become a tattoo artist. Why not? He tackled just about every other medium with great success and has already created designs for other tattoo artists.
There is another creative side to Larry that includes his camera work in films: cameraman, cinematographer, second unit director, and editor. And let’s not forget his 2010 acting credit in Hate’s Haunted Sleigh Ride. Steeline Designs was founded by Larry to create graphic designs, special effects, advertising, motion graphics, and video production. His other company, Take 5 Productions, creates promotional videos, marketing, and advertising for corporations. See what I mean? Larry runs the full gamut of creativity and that’s what makes him such an interesting guy. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
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