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In the uber-competitive world of pro-boxing and mixed marshall arts, fighters only get to hone their gladiator skills and move up the ranks if a highly connected "matchmaker" gets them a legitimate bout. Legendary "matchmaking" veteran, HERVI ESTRADA, has garnered over 30 years experience in the Boxing and MMA fight scenes and has put his special imprint on both sports. Acclaimed Journalist, Suzanne Marcus Fletcher, discusses the mysterious, behind-the-sc
In her first series on mental health disorders, Journalist, Suzanne Marcus Fletcher, interviews noted Pyschotherapist, Diann Wingert of Southern California, on the many faces of Depression. Globally, 350 million suffer from Depression, a mental disorder that prevents people from functioning well, but the stigma that is often attached to it prevents many people from acknowledging it. Fewer than half the people with Depression receive the care they need. Fletcher will be discussing how Depression manifests in people’s lives, options for care, and how substance abuse ties-in to the disorder. Join the conversation Saturday July 27th at 11:00 AM on The Body Politic on Blog Talk Radio.
Friday on The Body Politic: Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews one of the nation’s leading authorities on PTSD, Diane Vchulek, MS, MA, LMHC, NCC, DAPA, BCETS PTSD – PTSD Coordinator, Director of Clinical Services, Twelve Oaks Recovery Center
Diane specializes in helping people heal from stress reactions and responses associated with both civilian and military traumatic experiences. She has developed ASPIRE, a tract specifically for Twelve Oaks’ patients for the treatment of addiction and PTSD for military and civilians. Diane has presented workshops nationally and internationally for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) and the International society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). She has broad experience as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor spanning over 25 years.
Men, women, and their families experience tremendous pain and suffering due to the struggles they face from substance abuse and its co-occurring mental health challenges. They need to find a safe place for peace and healing. Therápia Addiction Healing Center was born out of a deep desire to provide that safe and powerful healing environment. Therápia (thar′a-pe′a) is a Greek word for healing. The ancient Greek key symbol found in our logo represents unity, consistency, and infinity. Traditionally, classical Greek medicine was holistic – it viewed the mind and body as one. At Therápia Addiction Healing Center, we have developed a holistic healing approach to treating addiction that is designed to bring into balance the mind, body and spirit.
Models of Diversity advocates for more diversity in models, and demands that the fashion and marketing industries recognise the beauty in women of all races, ages, shapes, sizes, and abilities. Their mission is to change the face of fashion and modelling. They sponsor modelling workshops for people with disabilities, campaign against the tragic effects of the size zero culture, and fight inequality in the representation of real men and women. MOD looks at catwalk shows, the advertising culture, and model "glossies," and rarely do they see a true representation of real people. Join us to discuss the issues on March 29th at 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time.
Angel Sinclair, the founder of Models of Diversity and Sinclair Model Management, is a former model herself; she started the campaign after appearing on Gok's Miss Naked Beauty in 2008. Angel was struck by the great variety of beautiful women participating in the event and how that contrasted with the narrow range we see in the fashion industry. That's when she decided, with Sally Williams, her co-founder, to promote the use of models that reflects diversity in society, in terms of race, shape, age, and ability. Join us for the Body Politic Interview with MOD's special envoy, Bonnie Lock, on March 29th who will discuss MODs Advocacy initiatives for all types of models internationally.
Journalist, Suzanne Marcus Fletcher, interviews "Chase" Iron Eyes, a grassroots leader and key member of the The Great Sioux Nation of South Dakota, with special guest, Joseph J. Brings Plenty Sr., this Thursday, Jan. 10th at 1:00 PM PST on The Body Politic. This show specifically focuses on the Sioux Nations' Pro-Activities and Healing Advocacy with regard to the survivors of the hundreds of Sioux who perished in the Wounded Knee Massacre on Dec. 29th 1890 at
Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews Josh White, Clinical Director of WinGate and Waypoints Wildnerness Therapy, one of the nations' premier wilderness therapy programs on treating Anxiety Disorder for troubled teens and young adults. This is a rare program which offers hope and healing through nature to those struggling with comorbidity issues and addiction. Join us for a rare discussion on the healing attributes of authentic wilderness therapy at www.blogtalkradio.com/thebodypolitic . On October 24th @ Noon.
In this Wednesday's show, Mitchell will go over some 20 suggestions for A Better World and A Better Body Politic. Well, for a better body as well. It's all connected! As we've noticed, the 10 Commandments haven't been attended to all that well over the course of millennia. Perhaps no one really likes being commanded, but suggestions? That's another thing...! Also, Mitchell's guest today will be David Katzmire, creator of Kala-Rhythms,
New Book Reveals the Anarchist Identity of Occupy Wall Street NYC
Commemorating the 2-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street on Sept. 17, Mark Bray’s book Translating Anarchy: The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street delves into the underlying anarchist politics of the movement to highlight the pivotal role of anarchism in its formation, operations, and self-presentation to the media.
Translating Anarchy tells the story of the anti-capitalist anti-authoritarians of Occupy Wall Street who strategically communicated their revolutionary politics to the public in a way that was both accessible and revolutionary. OWS organizer Mark Bray combines his direct experience in the movement with nearly 200 interviews with the most active, influential architects of Occupy Wall Street, to reveal the revolutionary anarchist core of Occupy.
By "translating" their ideas into everyday concepts like community empowerment and collective needs, these anarchists sparked the most dynamic American social movement in decades.
Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews Stacey Thacker on the challenges of overcoming compulsive eating disorder. Stacey B. Thacker, MA, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist at Roubicek and Thacker, Individual, Marriage and Family Counseling, Inc. She and Michael C. Roubicek, PhD, LCSW are the developers and co-directors of LifeStyle Transformation, a Treatment Program for Compulsive Eating in Fresno, California. Transformation is based on the successful principles of recovery found in LifeSTAR, a program for the treatment of sexual addiction. Mike and Stacey, together with LifeSTAR’s founders Dan Gray, LCSW, CSAT and Todd Olson, LCSW, CSAT, are actively seeking and training new affiliates across the country in the Transformation and LifeSTAR treatment programs. For more information, call (559) 323-8484* http://www.mypersonal-transformation.com http://www.lifestarnetwork.com
Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews Stuart Birnbaum, Ceo, and Executive Director, of Recovery Advocates Treatment Center in Westlake Village, California www.recoveryadvocatesusa.com Recovery Advocates provides primary rehabilitation service, medical, and psychological care, detoxification, counseling, and support for individuals caught in the grip of addiction and alcoholism. Recovery Advocates specialize in aftercare programs designed to provide caring, comprehensive support (Sober Living, Intensive Outpatient, and Sober Companion programs). They assist in the transition and re-integration into life following treatment. Fletcher will be discussing what the rehab experience is like from that very first phone call to get help. Stuart Birnbaum graduated from the USC Film School and worked for Federico Fellini on "Fellini's Roma" before moving to San Francisco where he wrote, produced and directed "The Chicken Little Comedy Show." Birnbaum's career was launched as a comedy writer; penning for Lily Tomlin, Chevy Chase, Redd Foxx, Christopher Guest and Tim Conway and is the recipient of a Writers Guild Award and an Emmy nomination.
Suzanne Marcus Fletcher discusses with John M. Greene M.D. of Summit Estate Recovery Center why Suboxone is now considered the gold standard treatment for opioid dependence rather than older medications such as methadone, and much more about Suboxone and its therapeutic use.
John M. Greene, M.D. is the Medical Director at Summit Estate Recovery Center, and is certified through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Greene partners with Summit Estate Recovery Center Staff and Clients by practicing a collaborative approach to total wellness. When a new client enters treatment at Summit Estate Recovery Center, Dr. Greene’s first priority is to ensure the client is able to detoxify safely and comfortably. This goal is achieved with a detoxification protocol that is tailored to each individual, and is targeted to address each client’s complex medical history and substance use patterns.
Join us for the conversation on Suboxone on Monday September 23rd at Noon.
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