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Dr. William Pierce wrote the Turner Diaries in 1978 under the pseudonym of Andrew Macdonald. The main character in the book, Earl Turner, was born in Los Angeles, educated in Electrical Engineering, and later worked for an electronics firm in Washington, D.C. He maintained a diary during the years of the Great Revolution and he provides an account of the people in his life, his intimate thoughts, his duties, and his achievements during the latter years of the revolution before the end of his life. I will read a few quotes and short passages from the book and comment on some of the events described by Earl Turner in his diary.
After Amy was diagnosed with Melanoma she began the search for information, support and survivors help, but all she found was story after story of sadness, and death.
Amy then started her own site called "Treatment Diaries" a social network for those living with illness, newly diagnosed or caring for someone with a medical condition. CONNECT with a real community who understands – NOT based on who you are, but through the everyday experiences captured in your own personal diary. SHARE exactly how you feel, what you fear and need to know without revealing your true identity. INSPIRE those living with a similar diagnosis or circumstance; receive mutual support and caring. RELATE with individuals just like you.
TreatmentDiaries was inspired by REAL stories of people living with various medical conditions, searching for treatment options and the overwhelming desire to connect with others facing similar circumstances. Finding and sharing genuine information and experiences is a powerful thing. Our goal is to give you the tool to do just that.
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Tired of talking and talking and talking about your trauma but still want to see a decrease in symptoms of trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder? It might be time for you to invest in some neurofeedback (NFB) sessions. On today's show NFB expert, Sebern Fisher, explains how this treatment modality can help heal developmental trauma.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Lara Jehi, MD from the Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Center. They will be discussing an algorithm on the treatment of epilepsy in patients with a normal MRI. This was also the subject of a 2013 AES Annual Course.
There are many different kinds of posttraumatic stress disorder diagnoses. The most generally understood and acknowledged is PTSD, but Complex PTSD (C-PTSD) is also very prevalent. While C-PTSD shares certain similarities and symptoms with PTSD, the approach to treatment and other effects are somewhat different. On this episode, expert Megan Ross, Trauma Therapy Coordinator for Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, outlines C-PTSD and what to think about in terms of healing.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com.
Dr. Carole Samango-Sprouse has been working with young disabled children since 1982 she specializes in the neurodevelopmental assessment of children with complex medical conditions. Dr. Samango-Sprouse is trained in neuromotor and neurocognitive development, neurobehavioral skills and oral motor assessment for children with an emphasis on young children with genetic disorders. She is trained in neurodevelopmental treatment and certified in the assessment of pre-term infant behavior and the Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Scale. She is the author of more than 60 articles on the neurocognitive capabilities of atypical children, Dr. Samango-Sprouse studies the relationship between the brain and behavior, and its impact on school performance in children with neurogenetic disorders. As the director of the Neurodevelopmental Diagnostic Center for Young Children, Dr. Samango-Sprouse evaluates patients from all over the world in order to develop comprehensive and intensive intervention programs that are syndrome-specific. These programs recognize the complex interaction and intimate connection between brain, cognition, behavior, learning, and medical diagnosis. Dr. Samango-Sprouse trains and educates parents and professionals around the country and internationally to understand the complex interaction between neurodevelopmental disorders, learning and educational success. Dr. Samango-Sprouse serves one of the largest patient populations in the world of children who were prenatally diagnosed with an X & Y Chromosomal Variation. In addition, Dr. Samago-Sprouse is the founder, executive director and chief science officer of The Focus Foundation.
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Todays speakers are:
Stephanie Le Melle MD – Co-Director of Public Psychiatry Education at NYSPI
Sidney Hankerson MD- Research Scientist at NYSPI. Dr. Hankerson is studying the synergy of mental health and religious institutions.
The focus of their talk:
What factors contribute to African Americans having the lowest rates of mental health treatment in the country?
How does someone know when they or someone they love is clinically depressed?
Why did you decide to partner with churches to conduct research on depression?
What role does the criminal justice system play in providing mental health care for African Americans?
For more information on mental health services within the African-American community, please contact the Black Psychiatrists of Greater NewYork at http://www.bpgny.org/index.html
Harlem NAMI- NAMI.org
National Council for Behavioral Health- thenationalcouncil.org
To listen to any of our previous episodes on assorted topics such as child and adolescent mental health, eating disorders, and substance abuse, please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9pHWSY3lZs The TMJ treatment Toronto area dentists provide is considered by many to be the most effective form of treatment for a disorder of the TMJ Toronto patients have. Unfortunately, not all dentists are comfortable treating this disorder and a dentist is often not seen until a patient has been suffering in pain for quite a while. There are many possible reasons why many dentists are not comfortable treating TMJ syndrome. The first is the fact that the temporomandibular joint is perhaps the most complex joints in the body. The second is that it often takes years of study and hundreds of successful treatments on patients to become very comfortable in treating this disorder. The temporomandibular joint is located behind the ear where the jaw meets the skull. Many ligaments, nerves and muscles are location in and around this joint which radiate out to many locations in the head, face, neck and rest of the body.
Dana Laake and her special guest Ron Murray will be discussing the benefits of CranialSacral Therapy for treatment of concussions.
Ron Murray, Director of the Asclepeion Center for Body Mind Therapy, is a physical therapist, a doctor of integrative medicine, and a trainer of healing professionals. Ron is passionate about the integration of biological medicine with body mind therapies. His specialties include CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Myofascial Release, and Biological Medicine (a branch of naturopathy).
Do you know that 1 in 8 women suffer from postpartum depression (PPD), according to Postpartum Support International (PSI)?
"Maternal illness is not new. It was recognized as early as the fifth century B.C., when Hippocrates proposed that fluid from the uterus could flow to the head after childbirth and cause delirium. In the Middle Ages, mothers with such symptoms were viewed as witches or victims of witchcraft. " Belluck, P. (2014, June 15). Thinking of Ways to Harm Her. The New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com
We've come a long way in understanding postpartum depression but we still need to work on de-stigmatizing the illness, and raise awareness on what PPD is, and most importantly, we need to implement successful tools to identify women mostly vulnerable to PPD, so treatment can start as soon as possible.
Our guest today is Carly Snyder, M.D. , a psychiatrist in New York City with a focus and expertise in Reproductive Psychiatry.
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