• 00:51

    Childhood Trauma & Adult Disease + Traumatic Brain Injury

    in Science

    This episode is being rebroadcast from Michele’s original radio show, “Your Life After Trauma.”


    The first years of human life are more important than we ever realized. Listen in to this interview where Michele welcomed two guests, the first being Robin Karr-Morse. Robin discussed her book SCARED SICK: The Role of Childhood Trauma in Adult Disease, In her book, Robin Karr-Morse connects psychology, neurobiology, endocrinology, immunology, and genetics to demonstrate how chronic fear in infancy and early childhood— when we are most helpless—lies at the root of common diseases in adulthood. Plus author Terry Smith discussed his book Surviving Head Trauma, his personal account of life with TBI.


    Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit www.ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 01:00

    David H. Nguyen, Ph.D., Studies Link childhood Trauma and Cancer.

    in Self Help

    David H. Nguyen, Ph.D., is a tumor biologist interested in figuring out why childhood trauma increases a person's risk of cancer during adulthood. His research seeks to make predictions about the biological mechanisms linking childhood trauma and cancer. He is the founding editor-in-chief of Cancer InCytes magazine, a free public health e-magazine (www.CancerInCytes.org) that talks about the deep connections between childhood trauma, cancer risk, and social injustice. He has published numerous cancer research articles in peer-reviewed journals and is author of the forthcoming graduate textbookSystems Biology of Tumor Physiology: Rethinking the Past, Defining the Future (Springer Science + Business Media).  

  • 02:05

    Ministry to Symptoms of Childhood Trauma, Memories and Abuse

    in Spirituality

    About 1 in 5 people have suppressed memories of trauma or abuse they experienced in childhood that they do not remember until they are in their 30s or 40s.  Many have never discussed these memories or dreams (that might be symbolic of memories) with anyone.  They will come for prayer wanting you to help them deal with the long term effects of childhood trauma or abuse.  Tonight, we will discuss the most common symptoms of fractured identity, unhealed hurts, fears, addictions, bondages or oppressions that may still need more healing or deliverance.  At first, they may only share the symptoms, as a test to see if you recognize the symtoms of trauma or abuse.

  • 01:01

    LA SCHOOL EXPERT SAYS LOW IQ KIDS DON'T SUFFER AS MUCH FROM SEXUAL ASSAULT. HUH?

    in Current Events

    Court testimony from an “expert” hired by the Los Angeles School District, argued that a 9-year-old who was sexually assaulted at school didn’t experience any trauma from the event because she had a low IQ.  Really!  Does anyone really believe that?  Well, apparently some do.  What other misconceptions exist that minimize the damage done by trauma to people who are different from our ideal?  Can you imagine being a little girl who endured a horrible assault and then being told and treated as if it were no big deal?


    Well, we’re going to explore that topic and more with Brian D. Tallant, L.P.C., N.C.C.  Brian is a Program Director at Aurora Mental Health in Colorado and manages Intercept Center; a mental health outpatient and day treatment program for children who have a dual diagnosis of developmental disability and co-occurring mental health disorders.  He works with a number of disabled children who have experienced trauma of all sorts. 


    Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about childhood trauma and disabled children, and find out if the “expert” from the school district in LA is right or wrong as can be.


    Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.


    And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways

  • 00:28

    Keeping Pace with Vanessa Fleeton

    in Christianity

    Vanessa A. Fleeton is a woman of purpose, first-time author, motivational speaker, radio personality and entrepreneur.  As President of VAF Inspires, Vanessa motivates women of all ages and cultures to push through the obstacles of life and pursue their God-given purpose. She also created VAF Apparel, a product line that spreads inspiration through phrases embellished in rhinestones. 

    Her purpose manifested from the pain she experienced in early childhood. Born to a teenage mother and absentee father, she struggled with where she belonged. As a result of her being freed by God from her tumultuous childhood and young adult lifestyle, she now has a heart to serve those with low self-esteem, abandonment issues and the shame of past mistakes.



    She has spoken at some of America's top organizations, churches, schools and non-profit organizations. As a Radio One, Inc. employee, Vanessa was a radio personality, board operator and promotions assistant. Currently, as host of Vanessa's Inspirations on APlusKidsUSA.com she introduces her audience to various inspirational topics.



    Ms. Fleeton has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Communications from Bowie State University, an Associate of Arts degree in Business Management from Prince George’s Community College, and an instructor/facilitator certificate from Langevin Training Institute.


     


    Ms. Fleeton recently published a book entitled - "Pushing Through the Pain to Pursue Your Purpose".

  • 01:00

    Using your body's energy to heal from physical and emotional trauma

    in Self Help

    Do you use your body's energy to help heal itself?


    Our body is a powerful tool to heal from all kinds of pain and trauma. Guest Lis McPheeters, owner and practitioner of True You Holistics, teaches us a holistic approach to healing our body, mind, and spirit. She specializes in the care of the Energetic Body System for weight management, physical and mental trauma, and the physical disease process. She can be contacted at Lis@trueyouholistics.com.


    CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows healing is in replacing the trauma mindset. Her book, How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse is available at amazon. To pick up your FREE ebook, 11 Tools for Happiness CLICK here. You can reach Susan directly at susan@conversationsthatheal.com.

  • 00:11

    What is Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Do I Qualify?

    in Legal

              Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a form of administrative relief from deportation the government gives to the undocumented. If approved, DACA status can allow an applicant to get a work permit, possibly apply for a driver's license, and receive a social security number. The period of deferred action will last for three years, with the possibility of renewal (if the next presidential administration wishes it).


              This episode will discuss the current eligibility requirements for DACA, along with changes to those requirements when the "expanded" DACA program begins in late February 2015.


     


    For further information, comments or questions, I can be reached at (323) 924-8560 or you can send me an e-mail at: oscar@acunalawoffice.com. Please Note: This is just general information and is not intended to serve as legal advice for your particular legal issue.

  • 01:51

    SRA Today with Jay Parker

    in Health

    Jay Parker was born into a multi-generational Satanic/Illuminati family and received MONARCH trauma-based mind-control as a child.  For the first seven years of his life, Jay was subject to Satanic Ritual Abuse in a large cult setting. On the radio show SRA Today Jay will be speaking on recovery and healing methods for Satanic Ritual Abuse survivors.  He will discuss in detail new neurological and biological discoveries related to ritual abuse and life in general. SRA Today will engage a multitude of topics and guests, listeners are welcomed to call in 347 996 5515 or Skype

  • 00:31

    Living & Thriving Guest: Dr Shaunte McFarland. Author

    in Women

    Dr Shaunte McFarland:


    Instead of giving you a formal third person description of myself, I’m going to be transparent. The same way I present myself in ministry, my book, my blog, the way I am in real life. I’m passionate, enlightening and formalities may dilute the true message of what I want to deliver. I grew up a small town girl who involuntarily learned a lot of things the hard way. My childhood was stolen at the tender age of four and after years of abuse I decided to liberate myself through accomplishments. My trophies and awards shined brightly but my soul grew darker as I started to adopt and carry out self-inflicted abuse. Fearing a return to my impoverished beginnings I became a serial perfectionist. If things weren’t flawless, I would perpetually beat myself up until I fixed it. As I was bringing down the hammer on myself for the umpteenth time, God grabbed my hand and I looked up to behold the Son of Glory. He showed me a new way. I learned that acceptance, forgiveness and grace is more effective in change than punishment. I would continue to fall, but instead of the whip I used something a lot fiercer: the double-edged Word of God.

  • 00:46

    Ms.P Chat With Entrepreneur Agnieszka Dobosz

    in Entrepreneur

    European-born (Poland) spent some of childhood in Europe. Grew up in Chicago, later moved to Wisconsin, 13 years in Boston, moved to Seattle 3 years ago to continue graduate education Professional life: scientist/materials engineer working in nanotechnology R&D group in Seattle Business: too many hobbies. I live to make/create things. Interests developed in early childhood in my dad’s (engineer/carpenter) workshop. Soap love came from grandmother’s/mom’s love of all that’s simple and all that’s natural. Best soap recipes I have are from my grandma Greatest passions: woodworking, sewing, soap making, knitting How did the business started: search for perfect soap making aids. I didn’t own a house previously and I had no room for workshop setup. Since its purchase I have been remodeling it building furniture for it and working on other projects. I also had a space for a soap room. From there I came to realize that I needed molds easy to work with and ones in which I could create prettiest designs possible. My molds received such great feedback from fellow soapers that I decided to share them with others. When I became a vendor for Bramble Berry I realized that I have created something unique. It’s only beginning but we’ll see

  • 00:43

    Edweb.net presents Personalized PD for Early Childhood Educators

    in Education

    Personalized PD for Early Childhood Educators


    with edWeb.net Program Director, Jenifer Morack, and her special guest, Christi Gonzales PreK Teacher, Early Interventionist and District 4 Representative for the Louisiana Early Childhood Association


    www.edweb.net   @edwebnet


    Presented by  LEARNING BIRD


    www.learningbird.com   @learningbird

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