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Dr. Eleanor Barbera is the author of My Better Nursing Home and a licensed psychologist consulting in long-term care facilities in the New York City area. She frequently lectures on subjects related to psychology, aging, and nursing homes. Dr. El consults with organizations, institutions, and individuals around eldercare issues. In addition to working in direct care, she helps others use psychological insights to build teams and create relationships that lead to thriving people and facilities.
Dr. El has worked in long-term care for over 15 years, and been in the mental health field since she was 19 years old. If you want to learn how psychological insights can transform your nursing home experience, she’s the right person to consult with.
Dr. El knows and understands long-term care from a perspective few others use or know. She uses psychological secrets in her own work and then passes that knowledge along to others in her seminars and workshops.
If you want your residents and staff and families to thrive, you should contact Dr. El. She teaches a range of topics within the field of long-term care. They include, but are certainly not limited to:
How to work with younger residents How to engage families to become part of the team How to create an emotionally healing environment How to help residents with substance abuse and mental health problems How to create activities that energize the whole community And, much, much more! http://www.mybetternursinghome.com/
This week on That's What He Said, Lou and Freddy take another look into the strange life of Shia LaBeouf, give us an update on the Fantastic Four movie, tell us how Seth Rogan has pissed off the North Korean government, and have some news on the next Predator film. Plus, Freddy has a review of Disney's new "Girl Meets World" series, they've got some news from the set of Star Wars Episode VIII, and we explain how a news SNAFU accidentally outed the Apple CEO. We've also got news on the Occulus Rift, Facebook and more. Check us out live Sunday at 8pm and give us a call at 323-693-3811 and don't forget to visit http://www.twhsmedia.com! And, no, there aren't any spelling errors!
Noon Mondays (Eastern), "Ladye on the Radio," host Eleanor Wyche, aka "Lady E" !
Today Lady E interviews Carmen Mathis: an actor, director (theater) and playwright. Her acting career spans over 30 years with performances on stage, film and television. She can be seen in Season 1 of "Orange is the New Black" (Ep. 9) on Netflix. Her solo performance play, 30 YEARS IN THE LIFE OF CLEOPATRA JACKSON (1998) and the magic, mystical play, THE OLDIES DANCE (2001) were both produced by Theater for the New City. She is currently adapting her play, THREE BIDDIES AND A SPRITE (2009) into a futuristic fantasy film.
Carmen is the Executive Producer and Host of “The Carmen Mathis Show,” a variety show which presents talented singers, actors, dancers, comedians, poets and musicians. The show airs every other Thursday at 9:30 PM on Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) on www.mnn.org , Lifestyle Channel 2 and Time Warner Cable Channel 56, RCN Channel 83 and Verizon FiOS Channel 34.
Contact: email@example.com, Facebook: Carmen A. Mathis; Facebook: TheCarmenMathis.Show; LinkedIn: carmenmathis and Twitter: @carmenmathis.
The topic of surrogacy is emotionally and ethically controversial. Today, Michele Zavos, an attorney who practices family law in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia will provide an overview and time line in assisted reproductive technology issues. Ms. Zavos is a pioneer in creating legal protection for LGBT families.
"Until recently, stories in the popular press were about traditional surrogacy, where the surrogate is inseminated with sperm from the infertile woman’s husband, and the carrier is genetically linked to the child. Today, most couples who build their families through surrogacy choose gestational surrogacy, also known as gestational care. In gestational care, the intended mother or an egg donor provides the egg and the intended father or a sperm donor provides the sperm. The resulting embryo is transferred to the gestational carrier, who has no genetic connection to the child". RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association 2013
Michele Zavos is a partner in the Zavos Juncker Law Group, PLLC. She founded the first Maybe Baby group in the Washington metropolitan area in 1982.
Michele is a selected member of the National Family Law Advisory Council for the National Center for Lesbian Rights and an elected Fellow of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys and of the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton named her an “Angel in Adoption” in 2009. Michele has won many awards for her service to the LGBT community.
Michele and her law partner, Eva N. Juncker, were recently selected two of the top 25 divorce lawyers in Montgomery County by Bethesda Magazine. She was named Family Law Practitioner of the Year by the Bar Association of Montgomery County in 2013.
This episode is part of our JOYFUL ART OF BUSINESS™ series wherein we explore how to combine the positive benefits of our professional endeavors (“business”) with the overall positive emotional return on our efforts (“joy”). Our episode topic is, “We are afraid to care too much, for fear that the other person does not care at all.” - Eleanor Roosevelt (longest serving First Lady of the US)
I have previously shared another Eleanor Roosevelt quote. It is, “We all know people who are so much afraid of pain that they shut themselves up like clams in a shell and, giving out nothing, receive nothing and therefore shrink until life is a mere living death.” - Eleanor Roosevelt
We have all suffered in our own way when it comes to the issue of caring. Some people have “too much” where they feel stifled and smothered by the affection from others. Some people have “too little” where they feel isolated and alone without anyone caring for them. Most people are in the middle where they have some people who have loved and cared for them and others that they wanted to care for them who did not. The stinging burn of having a person that we care for reject us completely (they do not care for us at all) lingers for a lifetime.
The embarrassment and anger at having risked our hearts and emotions and having our feelings met with stony indifference hurts. Some people decide that they will prevent future pain by not showing that they care for anyone. They build walls around themselves with the goal of protecting themselves from rejection. The challenge is that this is a futile path to more anger and pain. The “enemy” that people are trying to keep “out there” (on the other side of the wall) is already “in here” (their own insecurity, fears, self-doubt). The walls are a fiction. Let’s discuss.
Join us on May 9, 2014 at noon, as we speak with Eleanor Pat Miller founder of Destined To Win Ministries; Eleanor is a Business Woman * Life Coach * Mentor * and Author. She has penned two books "NO PAIN, NO GAIN", “7x’s Hotter Have You Been Tried By The Fire” and is a Co-Author an anthology with 39 other authors of "Victorious Living for Women" across 18 States. She served in the ministry field for over thirty (30) years and has been a guest on several Radio Talk Shows, Book Tours, and a TV Panelist in Baltimore, Maryland.
Guest Call in Phone# 646-649-0051, I am looking forward to hearing from you!!
In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. We are warriors fighting to establish clarity between what is accurate and what is simply a myth (or falsehood) in life. Our topic is, “You wouldn't worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do.” - Eleanor Roosevelt (longest serving First Lady of the US)
What do other people really think of me? They don't.
This may sound blunt but the obsession with perceptions of what other people think about us is difficult for me to understand. Most of us spend our waking hours on our own lives (what we are doing, feeling, etc.). The belief that we are forefront in the minds of other people (beyond our closest loved ones) is narcissistic.
There are stages of human development that we all experience (to some extent) as adolescents where we are learning to define ourselves and are focused on our peer feedback. The continuation of this behavior into adulthood is not going to result in the best possible outcomes.
1) How do you know what other people think at all? You don’t. You only know what they tell you they claim to be thinking (which is not necessarily accurate). If you ask a friend, “How do I look in this dress?” What incentive do they have to tell you anything other than what you want to hear?
2) If other people tell you what they claim to think about you, so what? What does it matter? Are you an individual (in any sense of the word) or a follower (constantly morphing into whomever you think they think you should be)?
Don’t worry about what other people think of you. Instead, focus on what you think of yourself and your actions in the world. Are you kind to yourself? Are you of service to others? Are you joyful? Are you fulfilling and surpassing your goals? Are you fully experiencing your own life each day?
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