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Join us as we interview Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT and author of: Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps to Freeing the True You and Codependency for Dummies. On the show we discuss shame and codependency. Some questions from the show are:
1. What is internalized shame?
2. How does shame show up when treating clients?
3. What are some common defenses to shame?
4. What are clues to help spot shame in clients?
5. How does shame affect codependency and relationships?
6. How might shame and codependency affect us as health care providers?
7. How should we approach treating shame?
Please read her popular article on this topic. For more information about Darlene and her work, please visit our post here.
Darlene Lancer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and expert on relationships and codependency.
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Craig Lewis is a Certified Peer Specialist and author of the Better Days – A Mental Health Recovery Workbook. Craig based the Better Days workbook on his personal life and recovery, and every page has been used successfully in peer group settings. A Better Days support group facilitation guide is currently being developed as are Spanish and French language versions of the Better Days workbook.
Craig also has edited and published You’re Crazy Volume One which compiles first-hand accounts of people from the punk rock scene who live with mental health struggles, addiction and trauma. A second volume ofYou’re Crazy is currently in the works.
Craig can be contacted at: email@example.com.
Please enjoy Craig's articles for our show: My Inner Human and An Interview with Craig Lewis, CPS.
This morning we have the pleasure of interviewing Eileen Casella-Rider, LMHC. Eileen has her masters degree in counseling psychology from Antioch University. She has unique experience in the field of mental health working in both private practice and as a program director, clinician, and EHR advisor for mental health organizations. She has also provided training, sales, support, and clinical documentation expertise in the behavioral health electronic health record industry.
Eileen gravitated to the technical and software side of psychology during her times spent as a clinician. This unique vantage point gives her the perspective behavioral and mental health providers and organizations need to determine which EHRs to take seriously.
It isn’t just about the software!
This candid discussion about the behavioral health EHR industry is refreshing, open, and a must listen for any organization looking for the facts when it comes to EHR purchase and adoption.
Let’s open Pandora’s Box shall we?
Questions for Eileen? More information?
It was our pleasure to interview one of the few experts on HIPAA compliance for Mental Health practitioners. Roy Huggins, LPC NCC is Director of Person-Centered Tech, a consulting and continuing education firm that serves the healthcare community. Roy worked as a professional Web developer for 7 years before changing paths and makes it his mission to grow behavioral health clinicians’ understanding of the Internet and other electronic communications mediums for the future of our practices and our professions. Roy also acts as Technology Chair for the Oregon Counseling Association, is an advisory board member for the Zur Institute, and is an adjunct instructor at the Portland State University Department of Counselor Education. He routinely consults with healthcare professionals on issues of technology in practice as well as compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule.
Roy can be contacted via his website at www.personcenteredtech.com. His CE courses and written interview can be found here.
Jill Queen is the Regional Quality Manager for Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions and President of North Carolina Training, Instruction, Development and Education (NC TIDE), one of North Carolina’s premier training organizations for the behavioral healthcare industry. She is also an avid animal assisted therapy advocate.
Listen in as we discuss Jill's passion as a mental health provider, educator, and voice for the benefits of animal assisted therapy.
Jill Queen's bio and blog article can be found on our website.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss new findings about how a loss of 'sleep switch' in brain cells may explain sleep disruption in the elderly, how the dementia risk increases for obese people in their 30's, but is reduced for obese seniors, how thinking about your partner can boost mood and energy, and how physical activity can cut irregular heartbeat in older women.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
People are looking to the Internet for help, including issues related to health and well-being. Many barriers are faced when seeking psychological help. Working online reduces travel hassles and time, potential parking challenges, childcare issues, and provides access for those with mobility difficulties.
Online psychotherapy or telemental health has taken off parallel to the rise in telemedicine. Providing psychotherapy through live interactive videoconferencing has been found to be an effective way of providing mental health services to those in rural or under-served areas, and also for specialty areas of mental health (Novins DK, Weaver J, Shore J (2008).
Therapists are now needing to pay close attention to several differences in Internet based therapy. Therapists need to have a specific consent for online services, either verbal or written, depending on their state licensure regulations. The use of screening tools (for example for depression or anxiety) can be used if transmitted on a confidential, secure server. Email is still not a completely secure mode of communication in most cases.
Join Pec Indman EdD, MFT as we discuss telemental health and her work as the Director of ReGroup Therapy. The accompanying blog article can be found on our website at mentalhealthnewsradio.com.
Join talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the latest health news...Synthetic Drugs, New Blood Pressure Guidelines, Multi-Vitamins and Marijuana.
Did you know... Contrary to common belief, marijuana is addictive. Estimates from research suggest that about 9 percent of users become addicted to marijuana; this number increases among those who start young (to about 17 percent, or 1 in 6) and among daily users (to 25-50 percent).
Did you know...About one in three adults in the United States has high blood pressure, according to the U.S. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Tune in this Sunday to learn more. Call into the studio with your questions and comments.
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