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Anita Johnston, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, certified eating disorder specialist, and story-teller, is the author of Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationships with Food Through Myth, Metaphor, and Storytelling, which has been published in six languages
Dr. Johnston is the Clinical Director of ‘Ai Pono Eating Disorders Programs in Hawaii and Clinical Director of the newly opened residential facility, 'Ai Pono Maui on the island of Maui. She is the Clinical Advisor to Focus Treatment Centers in Tennessee; and is also Senior Clinical Consultant to the EATFED Intensive Out-Patient Program in Sydney, Australia.
In her work, she uses metaphor and storytelling along with her training as a psychologist to explain the complex issues that underlie disordered eating behavior and other struggles with eating, weight and body image.
Her latest project is the Light of the Moon Cafe, an online e-course and support circle for women around the world struggling with eating difficulties.
You can reach her at www.DrAnitaJohnston.com
Disclaimer: None of the opinions or statements on this show are meant to be professional advice. Do not substitute the dialogue of this show for a qualified mental health professional or medical professional. The purpose of SIGNE'S WEIGH is to educate and bring things to your attention, not be your therapist.
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The Illuminations Media Network is pleased to welcome Dr. Dom Radio to our weekly lineup. The Dr. Dom Radio Show is a radio show about EVERYTHING. Show topics change each episode, but topics typically center on interpersonal interactions (e.g., marriage, parenting) with a bit of psychology sprinkled in. The show is hosted by Nickolas Dominello (i.e., Dr. Dom), a Professor of Psychology with over seven years experience in the field.
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Listen right here on the Illuminations Media Network Wednesday evenings at 6pm PT.
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Are you afraid you will not please others or be accepted if you express your truths, needs and desires? How do you feel about setting healthy boundaries? Join Nancy Gentle Boudrie as she explores how to lovingly honor ourselves and those around us.
"Assertiveness is not what you do, it's who you are!" -- Shakti Gawain
Before his process Moses may have been very prideful due to God giving him such a great assignment in the earth. To lead the nation of Israel. Can you image how you may have felt in that situation. Well we must remember that Moses was human as we are. But after those years. We find him coming off the wheel. Out of the hands of the Potter, he is said to be very meek, above all the men. God as was able to stand by him then. God could not stand by Moses when he stood up in a spirit of pride, arrogance, self-assertiveness. God had to let that work itself out to its inevitable consequence. ( the process of the wheel) God is in the authenticating of His servants. But when Moses, as the meekest of men, the broken, humble, selfless man, was challenged by others to his office. Moses did not stand up for his position to preserve it. If the Lord had made me His prophet, let Him show it. We can all learn from Moses.
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Coach Cafe' Radio is THE Self Empowerment Place to Meet -Where you Get you Weekly Cup of Inspiration every Friday 11 am eastern on BlogTalk Radio with certified Law of Attraction Life Coaches Kathleen Martin, LOACC and Estra Roell, LOACC.
We all have negative feelings. What do you do with yours? Chances are, when it comes to the small losses, irritations, upsets, and annoyances that the vast majority of us suffer daily and weekly, year in and year out, we say, “It could be worse” or “At least I’ve got my health.” In this effort to look on the bright side, we succeed in cutting ourselves off from the understanding and support we need most.
Our guest in the Coach Cafe this week, Tina Gilbertson, self-esteem expert and author of Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them, teaches us that by learning to accept and embrace, rather than suppress, difficult feelings, people can keep their sense of personal power and, better yet, gain greater understanding and ultimately esteem for themselves. Feeling bad can actually lead to feeling better, faster! Join us to find out how!
Tina Gilbertson holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed mental health counselor. In addition to working with adults one-on-one, she teaches assertiveness and self-esteem workshops and classes on goal-setting, decision-making, overcoming anxiety and finding the right career. She has written feature articles on emotional intelligence and health for Portland’s Natural Awakenings magazine, and contributes wisdom as a self-esteem expert for online therapist directory GoodTherapy.org. She lives in Portland, Oregon, and can be found online at TinaGilbertson.com.
Please join "Dialysis Talk" in welcoming James Scott, a dialysis patient, who agreed to help lead in the discussion on how important it is for patients to be assertive when it comes to their care.
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Have you ever resisted menacing feelings like anger, grief or regret? Then notice that ignoring them just seems to make them stick around. What if learning to accept these difficult feelings was the key to greater self-awareness and well-being would you use it?
Today's guest is Tina Glbertson, a licensed mental health counselor. In addition to working with adults one-on-one, she teaches assertiveness and self-esteem workshops and classes on goal-setting, decision-making, overcoming anxiety and finding the right career. Tina is th author of Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them.
Susyn Reeve is the best-selling author of The Inspired Life: Unleashing Your Mind's Capacity for Joy. She has 35 years experience as a Corporate Consultant, Self-Esteem Expert and InterFaith Minister. She has been a delegate to the UN Commission on the Status of Women. (www.SusynReeve.com)
Rikk Hansen is one of the nation's leading experts in guiding midlife professionals and entrepreneurs to discover a life work that's truly their CALLING. As founder of Brilliant NEXT, he has pioneered a system called New Fire Discovery that guides midlife women and men to find certainty of purpose and and exciting direction for their next fulfilling work - in a short period of time despite any obstacles or fears. (www.BrilliantNEXT.com)
Wednesday, July 9, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show explores The “F” Word, What’s So Wonderful About Feeling Good? Joining the discussion are Oliver Burkeman the author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking and Tina Gilbertson, author of Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them. Tune in for the answers online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Oliver Burkeman is a British journalist for the British newspaper The Guardian. He is a winner of the Foreign Press Association's Young Journalist of the Year award, and was short listed for the Orwell Prize in 2006. He writes a popular weekly column on psychology, This Column Will Change Your Life, and has reported from London, Washington and New York. He holds a degree from Christ's College, Cambridge.
Tina Gilbertson holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed mental health counselor. In addition to working with adults one-on-one, she teaches assertiveness and self-esteem workshops and classes on goal-setting, decision-making, overcoming anxiety and finding the right career. She has written feature articles on emotional intelligence and health for Portland’s Natural Awakenings magazine. She contributes wisdom as a self-esteem expert for online therapist directory GoodTherapy.org.
A conversation about The “F” Word: What’s So Wonderful About Feeling Good with Oliver Burkeman and Tina Gilbertson on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, July 9, 3 pm ET. Tune in live online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
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More than 50% of marriages end up in divorce these days. Why is that? Communication and Listening Skills play a major role. Our special guest, Master Therapist Jef Gazley will be joining us, on a re-broadcast show, to start this important discussion. Jef Gazley, LMFT will speak about the principles of communication, assertiveness, and healthy boundaries. He will also discuss how shame and abandonment issues can derail healthy communication because adults react to these conditions by reverting to more childlike feelings and behavior. - This aligns with the series I am doing on Relationships.
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