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Dr. Katie Eastman is a Transition Life Coach and Licensed Psychotherapist who supports people before during and after serious loss to rediscover their feelings of love and peace and redefine their pain as purpose.
One of her first assignments as a medical social worker was to support a high school senior who had been told he was dying and that the cancer he so valiantly fought was going to end his life. This encounter forever changed the way Dr. Katie Eastman has worked for almost thirty years. Jason DeBusk was a football star, a scholar, popular, intelligent and a compassionate young man. He had everything and he had cancer. Katie helped him, his family, his team and the community that grew to support him deal with the impact of his life and death. She made a promise that she would share his story and that of the involvement of his community. Jason was an old soul, wise beyond his years. He was a leader with a contagious universal loving nature and 26 years later he is remembered by classmates as someone who made a difference in their lives.
Dr. Eastman formed a charity in Jason's name in Maine where she supported dying children and their families. It was through this transformative work she learned the power of grief as a catalyst to discovering purpose. Now in WA state, she brings spiritual tools acquired from her work with Jason and other dying children and teens to her clients off all ages as a Transition Life Coach and psychotherapist. Currently, her charity Children's Palliative Care Community. CPCC, provides gas and food cards to families with severely ill children. Continuing to support the needs of these children, Dr. Eastman is beginning to implement a unique volunteer program that works with teens providing services to these same families. She is also a co-producing a feature film about the life of Jason and her book, "Connect Now" will be available in 2016.
The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By! Rough Times in America with Alvin Harrison. Alvin Harrison is creating music to drive social change. His lyrics of the music speaks to, and attempts to raise awareness to the problems and issues facing Americans and members of the community of the world.
WHEN LIFE CRIED OUT - One Woman's Quest To Be Fully Alive with Author Paddy Fievet. The first of Paddy Fievet’s riveting new memoirs, When Life Cried Out: One Woman’s Spiritual Quest to Be Fully Alive is a adventurous page-turner that takes readers on a trip around the world as she seeks spiritual guidance and an authentic new life.
We relive with her a divorce, paralyzing agoraphobia and panic attacks, and startling metaphysical revelations. Her self-discovery and new-found spiritual connection emerges as not only a fascinating story but a wise resource for seekers who find themselves spiritually and creatively unfulfilled.
Episode 48: Katie Ponce, Boston Breakers Reserves, joins the show to recap her 2015 season with Boston. Show also features a preview of the 2015 1 Dream Awards which will be held on Saturday, September 12, inside the Discovery Room at the Hilton St. Louis Airport in St. Louis, Missouri. 1DZD will award the Strive Softball ICON Award to Nebraska Head Softball Coach Rhonda Revelle. Official Site: 1DZD 1DZD Facebook 1DZD Twitter 1DZD Softball Facebook 1DZD Softball Twitter 1DZD Soccer Facebook 1DZD Soccer Twitter
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Tune in Tuesday at 7 PM to listen to a medical topic of current interest. It could be the rise in Alzheimers and its possible prevention, obesity and how to treat it, anti-aging discussions, which vitamins should I take? We are here to talk with you and answer your questions. Dr. Ron and Dr. Ron have over 70 years of medical experience. Would you like to hear about colloidal silver, radio frequency treatments or CAM ( complementary alternative medicine)? Let me know and we will have a discussion.
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Elise Marquam Jahns will speak with Dr. Norm Shealy. Dr. Shealy is a world-renown specialist in pain and depression management, and holistic medicine. He has written over 30 books, including the classic 90-Days to Self Health, and most recently Living Bliss and The Illustrated Food Remedies Sourcebook.
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Join Rev. Dr. Deborah L. Johnson on "Living in the YES" on Life Conversations Radio Network.
She shares Spiritual Qualities you can use to navigate this thing called, life and help you make sense of all that is going on in the world.
Tonight, she is focusing on "Restoration" - Restoring our capacity to be rejuvenated and rise above all circumstances.
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Rev. Deborah L. Johnson is the founding minister and president of Inner Light Ministries, an omnifaith outreach ministry dedicated to teaching the practical application of universal spiritual principles to all of life’s circumstances.
She holds a vision of oneness, beyond creed and doctrine, and feels particularly called to heal the sense of separation between those adhering to conservative and progressive ideologies.
She is founder and president of The Motivational Institute, an organizational development consulting firm specializing in cultural diversity serving the public, private, and non-profit sectors. As a dynamic public speaker, she is known for her ability to bring clarity to complex and emotionally charged issues.
For more information about Rev. Dr. Deborah L. Johnson go to www.DeborahJohnson.org
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Lance Taylor is super excited to have Loren Schofield back to co-host the show! Lance and Loren will be interviewing SGM Tony and Col. Hoge.
SGM Tony was assigned to 3rd SFG (Airborne) in 1993. He was assigned to ODA as the 18B weapons sgt from 1993-1998. He moved up to the Company Operations Sergeant and did his year up there from 1998-1999. He then went back to an ODA 371 and acted as both the 18B and the 18F for two years. In 2008 he helped stand up the new 4th battalion and was the Team Sergeant for ODA 3413. After his Team Sergeant time was over he held multiple jobs at the Battalion and Group level, COMISAF advisor a before taking over as the RSE SGM from 2013-2014. SGM Tony has 8 rotations in OEF, and has been wounded 5 times.
COL DR. Charles W. Hoge, MD, U.S. Army (Ret.) is a nationally-known expert on PTS, mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury) and other physiological reactions to war, as well as treatment strategies for war-related conditions. Dr. Hoge’s expertise spans psychiatry, trauma, public health, health policy, and infectious diseases. His articles in The New England Journal of Medicine and The Journal of the AMA are the most frequently cited medical articles about the impact of OIF & OEF.
From 2002 through 2009, Dr. Hoge directed the top U.S. research program at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research on the psychological and neurological consequences of the OIF & OEF. He served as an attending psychiatrist at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, providing treatment to warriors and family. He deployed to Iraq in 2004 and traveled throughout the country to improve combat stress care in the field. Now, he continues working with service members, veterans, and family members (including deployment to Afghanistan as a civilian in 2011), and continues to be a passionate advocate.
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