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What is Resiliency? How can we live a resilient life even after experiencing traumatic events that keep us in a state of fear, anger and anxiety? In this episode of Resiliency Radio Rick Allen and Lauren Monroe will introduce the Resiliency Radio Series and share their personal experiences of using music and integrative therapies to empower others and themselves.
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Join us for information packed show with Catie Wyman-Norris. Catie is the nutritionist to the stars, founder of Energy Essentials Wellness Centers and creator of the new television show “The Cures In The Kitchen”, Catie Norris is a mother, lecturer, researcher, national television wellness advocate, and formulator of whole food supplements. She is also the Author of "Magnetic Miracles" A "How to" Guide to the Use of Magnetics for Radiant Health. Catie has first hand knowledge of Resiliency by surviving a rare blood disease and living an active life with chronic Lyme disease. Catie helps people all over the world with life threatening and chronic disease through sharing her life experience and knowledge of health, nutrition and wellness.
On this show we discuss Fall colds, seasonal immune boosters, simple ways to up our energy levels, the importance of sleep and excersize, and more!
Catie is always a hit on our show. Be sure to tune in!
Energy Esentials: http://www.energyessentials.com/energy/
Cures in the Kitchen: http://curesinthekitchen.com/
RESILIENCY AND TRAUMA: How specialized brain exercise is helping our veterans and how it can help you.
Join Rick Allen and Lauren Monroe with special guest Pam Tarr from Homecoming for Veterans as they uncover new techniques in healing the mind and body through brain training. Learn how an effective therapy called Neuro Feedback works with the brain and how it can positively impact life after trauma. Topics will also include how our combat Veterans are finding significant relief from PTSD using Neurofeedback, and how it not only can help warriors coming back from combat but can also help anyone who is struggling with emotional or physical stress. Neurofeedback is frequently used by top athletes and sports enthusiasts to improve focus, mental acuity and physical performance and is proving to be an amazing and powerful tool in healing from the inside out.
As Executive Director of Homecoming For Veterans (HC4V), Pam Tarr is focused on providing mental health care for those in need due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. HC4V’s neurofeedback programs have benefited thousands of veterans and active duty service members across the country. Pam’s work in the non-profit sector is supported by her deep network of resources from the entertainment and advertising industries where she has been a leader for over thirty years. While running her film production company, Squeak Pictures, for 15 years, Pam served as West Coast President of the Association of Independent Commercial Producers. Her extensive work with non-profit organizations includes Rock The Vote, Council For A Livable World, The Boomer Coalition and Partnership For A Drug-Free America. She believes that doing good and doing well are synonymous. Pam is a graduate of Stanford University.
Known as the most unconventional front-men in rock and the voice of System of a Down, Tankian now emerges as a solo artist, writer and producer in his new release Elect the Dead. Famed for his inimitable vocals, incisive lyrics and unwavering dedication to humanitarian causes. Melodic Visionary Serj Tankian joins Resiliency Radio host Def Leppard drummer, Rick Allen and co-host Lauren Monroe in a personal interview discussing resiliency, music and hope during times of injustice and change.
Musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, poet, political activist. Born in Beirut, Lebanon to Armenian parents during tumultuous political times, Tankian lived in Beruit until 1975 when his family immigrated to Los Angeles.
Join Rick Allen and Lauren Monroe as they speak with comedian and founder of the Laughter Heals Foundation, Craig Shoemaker. Can laughter really help us in the midst of crisis or sorrowful times? Yes! Find out how in this fun and informative episode of Resiliency Radio.
Laughter Heals Foundation www.laughterheals.org
Craig Shoemaker Biography Craig Shoemaker is a modern day Renaissance man. Best known for his engaging, relatable standup and iconic baritone-voiced character, The Lovemaster, Craig delights every audience with his multi-dimensional ability to entertain with relevance. A natural storyteller with sharp observational instincts; Craig’s performances are often based on the hilarious and sometimes shocking twists and turns of his own life.
@thelovemaster http://on.fb.me/QeYUu3 http://www.craigshoemaker.com
Special Guest CATIE NORRIS of Energy Essentials will discuss the important relationship between nutrition and resiliency.
The interview will be followed by a live Healing Drum Circle with Rick and Lauren.
Drum Circle preparation instructions can be found at www.ravendrumfoundation.org
Catie Norris Bio:
Nutritionist to the stars, founder of Energy Essentials Wellness Centers and creator of the new television show “The Cures In The Kitchen.” Catie Norris is a mother, lecturer, researcher, national television wellness advocate, and formulator of whole food supplements. She is also the author of "Magnetic Miracles," a "how to" guide to the use of magnetics for radiant health!
Catie has first hand knowledge of Resiliency by surviving a rare blood disease and living an active life with chronic Lyme disease. Catie helps people all over the world with life threatening and chronic disease through sharing her life experience and knowledge of health, nutrition and wellness.
Learn more about Catie at www.catiesorganicgreens.comWhen making a purchase, let her know you heard about her products from us in the comment box, and she will donate 10% of your purchase back to us!
For recipes from the show, visit www.ravendrumfoundation.org
How do you manage when your own body becomes a challenge? Whether it be due to an accident or a disease, our bodies can be the source of total imbalance. Discover how to keep your balance and stay strong mentally and emotionally. Rick Allen, one armed drummer for Def Leppard and Lauren Monroe talk with John Roberts, Executive Vice President, Mental Health and Warrior Engagement for the Wounded Warrior Project. "John Roberts served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1982 to 1996, when he received a medical discharge following a prolonged recovery from wounds suffered in the crash of a helicopter in the seas of Somalia at the beginning of Operation Restore Hope."
Learn more about John Roberts at http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/content/view/842/984/
Join Rick Allen and Lauren Monroe as they discuss the power of taking risks to grow and change. This episode will include a rare interview with Rick about his own experiences of risk taking from recovering from past trauma to present day leaps of faith in music and art. A show not to be missed!
Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live talks with Tamara Wallace Norman, a cancer survivor about how her faith and resiliency supported her desire to be involved in the academic life of her son.
Tamara Wallace Norman, native of Dayton, Ohio, is a wife, mother, and avid roller skater. Tamara is also a breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed in December 2011. At that time her son, Zion, was 6 years old and in first grade. He was also in his 2nd year of attending an immersion language academy where we was studying Mandarin. During Tamara’s cancer journey, she took a break from her 20-year career as a flight attendant in order to focus on treatment and supporting her son’s education. Her approach to dealing with life has always been to incorporate with her faith two attributes: resiliency and steadfastness. She has seen the effects of this positive approach to life play out in her ability to remain cancer-free for three years and in her role as a mother, helping her son to excel in his studies. Whether flying, gliding across the hardwood or writing about her passion for roller skating (you can find her at www.lacesandwheels.com), Tamara’s zest for life is most apparent. She currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, Jaron, and her son, Zion.
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