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  • 00:25

    The Behavioral Health EHR Landscape: Scott Lloyd, President MTM Services

    in Psychology

    We welcome back Scott Lloyd, President of MTM Services, to Mental Health News Radio. When you want to challenge yourself and work with THE Behavioral Health consulting firm in the business you reach out to Scott lloyd. MTM Services is a strategic partner with The National Council for Behavioral Health - the heart of what's happening in and the future of Behavioral Healthcare.


    Our CEO, Kristin Walker, will be presenting at the 2016 National Council Conference in Las Vegas with Scott. Today we give you small taste of what we'll be focusing on for our presentation. 


    The topic?  What's Your Problem: You or Your EHR


    Tuesday, March 8th at 10 AM Ceasars Palace, Las Vegas


    Session Code: C20


    Enjoy the full article here.

  • 01:59

    Mr Kecher The Science Teacher

    in Christianity

    Mr. Kecher he science teacher with a great twist. This man is a real believer and he is not afraid to share who and what he believes in. Mr. Kecher buys and eats fast foods, he supports under privaledged children with a unique way of teaching, and he supports the communities where he lives and works

  • 00:15

    Behavioral Health Starts...HERE!

    in Psychology

    Bob Zima, MA/LCPC, is a self described Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back. He has experienced many trips to the Gates of Hell and lived to tell the tale. Plus he has learned a thing or two along the way. Refreshing.


    On his cathartic & satirical podcast Bob shares with you his quirky and wacky insights, lampoons his art of healing and life lessons learned from his adventurous and E-True Hollywood-esque trips to Hell and back. Perhaps you may be inspired by this irreverent, blazon and passionate cathartic satirist who tells it like it is. Perhaps not. You will have to listen to find out.


    This show is for mature audiences with open minds and souls. Healing is NOT for wimps or the weak-hearted. It is work. Hard work!


    On today’s show, Bob discusses where behvioral health starts. Here's a clue...x marks the spot and it is between your ears.


    Disclaimer: Always seek the advice of a qualified mental health professional before ever doing anything suggested on this website.  Don't have one? Visit this website! NOW!


    All opinions are solely mine and that of In-Flight Entertainment and Counseling and should not be connected or accredited in any way to past/present employers and other organizations with which I have consulted.

  • 00:33

    Heal Your Heartbreak With Science

    in Psychology

    It's "Science News You Can Use" from Amy Alkon and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin.


    Join us tonight for a "Best of" replay -- an enlightening show on heartbreak and how to recover from it, with science from both the human and animal world, laid out for you by science-based advice columnist and author Amy Alkon and animal behaviorist and author Dr. Jennifer Verdolin.


    And don’t forget to buy our science-based and amusing books -- support our show while entertaining yourself and learning a thing or two to improve your life. Amy’s new book is "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" and Jennifer’s is "Wild Connection: What Animal Courtship and Mating Tell Us about Human Relationships."


    Listen to this show every Sun, 7-7:30 pm PT, 10-10:30 pm ET, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.

  • 00:04

    THE SWEET SCIENCE WITH SARAH -AARON COLEY

    in Sports


    Aaron Coley also joins Team LeftJab’s Sarah Gruber on “The Sweet Science With Sarah” to talk about his recent win over Jeremy Ramos which brought his record to 12-1-1.Coley talks to Sarah about his win and what he wants to accomplish going forward in his career.


     

  • 00:15

    Behavioral Health & Humor: The Vital Connection

    in Psychology

    Bob Zima, MA/LCPC, is a self described Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back. He has experienced many trips to the Gates of Hell and lived to tell the tale. Plus he has learned a thing or two along the way. Refreshing.


    On his cathartic & satirical podcast Bob shares with you his quirky and wacky insights, lampoons his art of healing and life lessons learned from his adventurous and E-True Hollywood-esque trips to Hell and back. Perhaps you may be inspired by this irreverent, blazon and passionate cathartic satirist who tells it like it is. Perhaps not. You will have to listen to find out.


    This show is for mature audiences with open minds and souls. Healing is NOT for wimps or the weak-hearted. It is work. Hard work!


    On today’s show, Bob discusses how HUMOR is one of the most important psycholgical fitness skills one can develop.


    Disclaimer: Always seek the advice of a qualified mental health professional before ever doing anything suggested on this website.  Don't have one? Visit this website! NOW!


    All opinions are solely mine and that of In-Flight Entertainment and Counseling and should not be connected or accredited in any way to past/present employers and other organizations with which I have consulted.

  • 01:03

    Not "Overtrying": Science meets ancient Chinese Strategy, Dr. Edward Slingerland

    in Psychology

    Amy Alkon HumanLab -- The Science Between Us, a weekly show with the luminaries of behavioral science.


    *"Best Of" replay. On tonight’s show, science gets together with ancient Chinese philosophy, and it likes what it finds. 


    Dr. Edward Slingerland, an internationally renowned Chinese philosophy expert, draws on both cutting-edge science and ancient Chinese strategies to show how our modern Western approach of striving our guts out doesn’t seem to lead to success or happiness.


    In fact, he observes, it seems that getting practiced enough in something that it comes naturally is the way to avoid forcing things in the moment (which is actually counterproductive to succeeding).


    Dr. Slingerland will talk about this, how achieving that sort of effortlessness is the way to personal charisma, and much more on tonight’s show. His book he’ll be discussing is “Trying Not To Try: The Art And Science of Spontaneity.” Join us and see how we can better our work, relationships, and lives -- if we can just get out of our own way.


    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. PT, 10-11 p.m. Eastern Time, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.


    Please order my new book, the science-based and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" -- only $11ish at Amazon. Orders help support my writing and the work I do to put out this show and are much appreciated!

  • 00:04

    THE SWEET SCIENCE WITH SARAH -ANDY VENCES

    in Sports

    Andy Vences joins Team LeftJab's Sarah Gruber on "The Sweet Science With Sarah" to talk about his upcoming fight February 13 against Yardly Suarez.Vences gives a scouting report on Suarez and also looks back at his last fight, which was a KO win over Manuel Rojas.

  • 01:06

    Simplicity Radio with Brian Treybig and the Science of the Supernatural

    in Spirituality

    Tonight we will talk about the science of detecting the paranormal.


    Simplifying your world with your host Brian Treybig.  We bring you helpful topics, free tarot readings, psychic experiments and special guests weeknights at 9pm central.  Call in to speak with the host 646-478-3271


    http://www.simplicityradio.com/


    Follow us at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/simplicityradio


    Like us at https://www.facebook.com/simplicityradio 


    If you would like to advertise with Simplicity message us on Facebook or email us at briantreybig@gmail.com

  • 00:56

    Michael Hiltzik: Big Science

    in Politics Progressive

    From Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and Los Angeles Times contributor, Michael Hiltzik, the untold story of how science went “big:” built the bombs that helped win World War II, and became dependent on government and industry—and the forgotten genius who started it all, Ernest Lawrence.

    Since the 1930s, the scale of scientific endeavors has grown exponentially. Machines have become larger, ambitions bolder. The first particle accelerator cost less than one hundred dollars and could be held in its creator’s palm, while its descendant, the Large Hadron Collider, cost ten billion dollars and is seventeen miles in circumference. Scientists have invented nuclear weapons, put a man on the moon, and examined nature at the subatomic scale—all through Big Science, the industrial-scale research paid for by governments and corporations that have driven the great scientific projects of our time.

    The birth of Big Science can be traced to Berkeley, California, nearly nine decades ago, when a resourceful young scientist with a talent for physics and an even greater talent for promotion pondered his new invention and declared, “I’m going to be famous!” Ernest Orlando Lawrence’s cyclotron would revolutionize nuclear physics, but that was only the beginning of its impact. It would change our understanding of the basic building blocks of nature. It would help win World War II. Its influence would be felt in academia and international politics. It was the beginning of Big Science.

    This is the incredible story of how one invention changed the world and of the man principally responsible for it all. Michael Hiltzik tells the riveting full story here for the first time. Audio edited/replaced Jan 17, 2016 11:45am pacific.

  • 00:37

    Grant Funding for Behavioral Health: An Interview with Karen Celedonia

    in Psychology

    An often under appreciated area of Behavioral Health is the grant writing process. Many of the agencies we work with are not-for-profit and always looking for help maintaining their existing grants as well as obtaining funding from new sources. We met Karen Celedonia through our colleague Theresa Wray. Working on projects together to support mental health agencies, we knew we needed to interview Karen and introduce her work to our providers. 


    Please read the full blog article HERE.


    What prompted you to start your own business specializing in research and grant writing services?


    Doesn’t research take place in a lab? What experience do you have in the field?


    How do you apply a participatory approach to your work with your clients?


    What have you learned about mental health service delivery through your work in the community?


    What has been your most rewarding experience in the field?


    Who can benefit from the services that you offer?


    How is writing–particularly grant writing–relevant to non-research-oriented mental health professionals and organizations?


    What tips do you have for someone who is new to grant writing?


    What projects do you have on the horizon?