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Claes Lilja drops by the SnowbizNow Studios to share news of Poz Retreats, four-day international gatherings of people who are either infected or affected by HIV/AIDS who seek to enrich their lives through deeper insights, awareness and connections to both the community and oneself. They learn physiological, psychological and spiritual tools to help create healthier and more fulfilling lives while forging bonds and friendships with others who are dealing with HIV from different parts of the world. The program includes informational and instructional sessions as well as exercises and participation by all the attendees with attention given to the full body-mind-spirit connection. There is also plenty of time for social activities and relaxation. A variety of different techniques are used at the retreat including meditation, transformational breath work, healing touch and much, much more.
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Life is crazy enough without cancer. Toss that in, especially for young adults, and it's a big mess. Cue two incredible nonprofits worth knowing about that offer experiential outdoor retreats for young adults facing cancer. Join us as we speak with Nancy & Colin Ferro (Co-Founders, Epic Experience) and David E Victorson, PhD (Co-Founder, True North Treks and Associate Professor in Medical Social Sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) Survivor spotlight on Mallory Douge.
This episode of Saint Jude Retreats' Radio show features author Rolf Ankermann, author of Freedom to Recover, which chronicles his reflections along his very personal journey of addiction and recovery including why AA doesn’t and can’t work and how the end of selfishness leads to an authentic and meaningful life without relapse. Topics in the news include if medical marijuana can pass in NY, how Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe quit drinking when it didn’t make him happy, and listener questions on moderating alcohol use in midlife and how to seek help with post partum feelings of depression.
“Altruistic and empathetic intent, followed by intuitive and thoughtful action, equals an authentic and meaningful life.” Rolf Ankermann
This episode of Saint Jude Retreats' Radio show features the topic of college students and substance use behaviors, especially as it pertains to the safety and caring support of students as they transition to the new freedoms of adult life and independence.
The radio show opens with radio host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, touching on the subject of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow, with local and national news connected to substance use in college years. The news topics this week include a discussion of the recent release of the White House Task Force’s study to prevent sexual assault among college students. A glaring omission in the report is the lack of discussion of substance use as a contributing factor in both increased sexual assault perpetration and vulnerability to attack.
The interview with our guests follows, as Professors Pecoraro and de Roulet and Mrs. Dunbar discuss their book, The Caring Professor: A Guide to Effective, Rewarding and Rigorous Teaching and their blog and podcasts under the Student Caring Project. Professors Pecoraro and de Roulet with Dunbar discuss substance use in the college setting and how to foster safety and responsible use as well as current trends in social media with substance use “advertising” among college students.
The radio show ends with Dunbar answering questions by listeners, which this week touched on binge drinking in college and how to manage the transition from college to adult life as it relates to substance use post-graduation.
Jennifer talks to Bernadette Darnell about her retreats in Kefalonia Greece.
Bernadette has been putting on retreats in Kefalonia Greece for a number of years now. Today I get the chance to talk to Bernadette live on air about her magical retreats and what makes them so unique.
"A 'Breathe In Space" retreat or personal residency in Kefalonia Greece, offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the best of both worlds.
A chance to live in a traditional Greek community, whilst enjoying the quiet uncommercial seaside village of Poros, with it's long white pebble beaches, a sprinkling of cafe bars and little tavernas, and its charming port, which comes alive twice a day with the arrival of the ferry.
A Gentle Space in a magical place for rest, relaxation, recovery, rediscovery, replenishment & restoration.....A place to slow down, dig deep, find peace, experience creative transformation, recover your smile, re-envision your life and dare to dream some long held dreams. Small Groups max 12.....A really special retreat held only twice a year on the beautiful Greek Island of Kefalonia.
I am really looking forward to this interview with Bernadette, as I visited Kefalonia last year only to completely fall in love with the magical little island and I am returning in September to assist Bernadette (Detta) with her retreat in September. This years Small Group Retreat a 7 day retreat with Four Days of Psychic Development workshops in Sacred Places around this ancient and spiritual Island. Te Readings.
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Hello Family, and Happy Wednesday!
Welcome back again to our clips and tips segment. Spring is here and what a great time to indulge in Spa Retreats and Spring time Getaways!
Relaxation time is very soothing for the soul, and how nice is it to experience a sanctuary of inner peace, and tranquility.
We discuss great getaways, and provide you with some at home spa techniques to get the adding benefits of a great massage! So be sure to join us tonight for a great retreat!
The radio show host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, opens the segment with a brief description of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow, with local and national news connected to the topic.
The host Dunbar introduces the guest Shira Goldberg - a personal sober/recovery coach that focuses on evidence based, non 12 step alternatives to traditional addiction treatment. She is also the host of The Addiction Show, as well as a full time student at University of San Francisco, aspiring to become a psychotherapist.
Dunbar and Goldberg discuss the power of addiction labels and labels in general. Goldberg shares her personal experience with overcoming substance use, her strategies to empower people through her sober/recovery coach practice, and her take on sober living houses.
Dunbar concludes the radio show by answering questions posted by listeners on the topics of motivation to stop drinking, as well as reconnecting and rebuilding a relationship damages through substance use
Join Family of a Vet Blog Radio Show host Debbie Sprague and FOV volunteer Stephanie Smith to learn about PAIRS Retreats (Practical applications for Intimate Relationships). Stephanie will share her recent experience at a PAIRS retreat. The goal of PAIRS retreats is to assist military service members, veterans and their families with visible and invisible wounds by delivering proven, practical, usable tools to strengthen marriages, families, and other critical relationships before and after deployment. Showtime is 6:30pm-7:30pm CDT on Tuesday, August 6, 2013. Listeners are invited to call-in with questions and comments at (323) 657-1470.
The radio show host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, opens the segment with a brief description of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow, with local and national news connected to young adults.
The interview with our guest follows, as Dr. Epstein is being interviewed by Steven Slate, the Director of the Saint Jude Retreats program in New York City. Slate introduces Dr. Epstein- an author, editor, and longtime psychology researcher and professor, who is passionate about educating the public about advances in mental health and the behavioral sciences. Epstein is the author of Teen 2.0: Saving Our Children and Families from the Torment of Adolescence and The Case Against Adolescence: Rediscovering the Adult in Every Teen. Slate and Epstein discuss the myth of adolescence in our culture , especially in regards to substance use.
Epstein comments: "[...] the kinds of problems that we see, including drug abuse and alcoholism among young people, are produced by culture. There is nothing necessary about that turmoil. It's the myth that we've created saying that this turmoil is inevitable and somehow it's part of the teen brain or it's in the genes or something like that, and that's false, that's a myth. "
Dunbar concludes the radio show by answering questions posted by listeners on the topics of adolescent substance use, by addressing the questions of a young adult, who is experimenting with drugs, and a parent, who is suspicious of substance use regarding his son.
This episode of Saint Jude Retreat’s Radio covers topics related to DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), DWAI ( Driving While Ability Impaired) and drug possession.
The guest of the show is criminal defense attorney Adam Rosenblum who is also the founder of the Rosenblum Law Firm, PC, in Albany, which is a general law practice with offices in the State of New York and the State of New Jersey. Mr. Rosenblum also specializes in traffic tickets, personal injury, and Social Security.
The radio show opens with the radio host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, touching on the subject of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow with local and national news connected to DWI follow. The news this week included Governor Cuomo's proposition on stiffer penalties for texting and driving, recent Justin Bieber DWI arrest, the local Red Ribbon campaign, related to Chris Stewart and Deanna Rivers’ accident last year and more.
The interview with our guest follows as Mr. Rosenblum and Mrs. Dunbar discuss what is DWI, what are the differences between DWI, DUI and DWAI, what is considered a probable cause for a person to be subjected to a breathalyzer, what is the best course of action if a person is charged with DWI, what is Zero Tolerance law, and much more.
The radio show ends with Dunbar answering questions by listeners, which this week touched on the differences in the severity of consequences between DUI and DWI, how likely is a person with a DWI to reoffend, and what are the chances of having a record for drug possession, if the person is never charged and under 21 years of age.
This episode features the topic of overmedication- overuse of psychiatric medications and the general attempt to diagnose normal behavior. The topic was provoked by the show's guest, Dr. Allen Frances and his critique on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, also known as the DSM-V. Dr. Frances was the chair of the task force that produced the previous version, DSM-IV, he is a published author( Saving Normal) and founding editor of two medical journals. His blog “Saving Normal” quickly became popular because of the author’s unique perspective.
The radio show opens with the host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, touching on the subject of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow with local and national news connected to overmedication. The featured news include a recently discovered correlation between the boom in ADHD diagnoses and the implementation of the standardized tests in schools. The second feature news piece is the deeply disturbing story of Justina Pelletier, who was taken from her parents and kept at Boston Children’s hospital against her will.
The interview with our guest follows, as Dr. Frances and Mrs. Dunbar discuss the new DSM-V, as well as the trend of labeling normal behavior as an addiction. Both touch on the subjects of aggressive marketing strategies of the pharmaceutical companies to popularize prescription medication, the legalization of medical marijuana, and the unsuccessful War on drugs.
The radio show ends with Dunbar answering questions by listeners, which this week touched on two topics- a concerned relative of overmedicated 8 year old boy, diagnosed with ADHD seeking advice on how to address the issue with the boy’s mother, and later a question from a high school student who is under a lot of stress and is considering taking medication to help her focus.
In this episode you will come to understand what the Saint Jude Retreats program is and who can benefit from it. The Saint Jude Retreats program is a true alternative to traditional treatment and rehab methods. Rather, Saint Jude's helps someone overcome a drug or alcohol problem through an individualized non-treatment program with a social and educational approach.
This episode also includes an interview with Mark Scheeren, Co-Founder of the program. Throughout Mark's interview he will dispell common myths regarding addiction, explain his own past dealing with alcohol and drug use, and explain how the Saint Jude Retreats Program was discovered.
The last segment of this episode explains why celebrities go to "rehab" all the time, and takes a deeper look into Cory Monteith's recent and tragic death.