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Dynamic ideas for coping with parenting stress! There's no way around it, parenting just ain't easy. We may find ourselves trying to cope day to day with anger, depression, anxiety, you name it -- and our kids pick up on this! But the #1 thing we can do to help ourselves, and our kids, lead happier, more relaxed lives is to learn how to take responsibility for our own emotional wellness! Join me in this episode for a take-with-you wellness toolkit that can help you truly enjoy being a parent.~~ For more information about me and what I offer, or to download full-length workshops, I warmly welcome you to visit my website at www.welcomewithlovefamilycare.com. Want to connect? You can reach me at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!
SISFI in association with St. Barnabas Hospital Teen Center invites you to our "Youth Emotional Wellness Summit” on Wednesday, April 16th 2014, 1-4pm at the Madison Square Boys and Girls Club, 543 E. 189th St, Bronx, NY, 10458 to focus on the mental, emotional, spiritual and sociological challenges and impacts of life, parenting, the education system, abuse, peer pressure, substance abuse, gangs, relationships, human trafficking, sexuality, isolation, poverty, lost identity affecting our youth that are forcing them into uncomfortable positions to make serious life choices and sometimes they don't have anyone to guide them or talk with about it. We’re giving them a platform to share, discuss, speak out on what’s truly in their hearts and on their minds so we can understand and help to guide them more effectively. We must understand human behavior and its relevance today before we can truly address the mental and emotional challenges plaguing our communities and people.
We hear about their challenges after they do something "bad" or get into trouble, but that's because we don't see, understand or focus on emotional wellness challenges and needs until after the fact. With suicide attempts and ideations, gun violence, gang initiations, early parenthood, school dropouts and health risks increasing in our youth, we cannot deny the seriousness of the issues and how they permeate our communities. Still, unchecked, we are afraid to face the issues as a whole and still look at them as isolated rather than recognize the need to go back to the source and root cause of the end results. We must come together to listen to them in order to effectively address these issues holistically or we will always be cleaning up and responding to the end results of violence, exploitation, loss of life and incarceration.
The Summit features youth guest speakers addressing important topics through their words and eyes.
Join Aixa Reina and the women of SISTAH CHAT as we continue our month-long discussion on the ins and outs of emotional wellness. This week Dr. Muniza Shah will be joining the dialogue to discuss care-plans for effectively dealing with a variety of mood disorders. She is an expert and trainer in communication and interpersonal communication. Dr. Shah has experience in teaching, presenting in international conferences. Her current research work includes a paper presentation at 2009 Annual Meeting of American Association of Psychiatry and Law. She is an expert, in mental health, relationship issues, adolescent issues, criminal and psychopathic behavior as well as work place psychological and behavioral issues. Muniza is a graduate of Sind Medical College. She completed her Adult Psychiatry Residency from University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri and Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry form North Western University, Chicago, and University of South Dakota. She is board certified from American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, in Adult and Child Psychiatry. Muniza has also completed a clinical fellowship in the felid of Forensic Psychiatry from University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Shah is currently associated with Psychiatry Medical Practice in United States and Pakistan.
When we Xperience emotional trauma of any type, the shock can reverberate in and throughout our thoughts and feelings for Xtended periods of time. The amount of time it takes to recover corresponds to the degree of the emotional impact and how attached the mind is to reliving what happened. Trauma taps into very deep emotional structures in the mind, and if we do not consciously develop and employ strategies to navigate the emotional landscape of our trauma, it can and will easily morph into a life-long melodrama which we act out unconsciously in both subliminal and blatant ways. As the women of SISTAH CHAT conclude our month-long series on emotional wellness, we will openly and honestly talk about some of the emotional challenges we have faced during our lifetimes and share some of the personal strategies we have developed for effectively maneuvering around, rising above and soaring beyond remaining stuck in the darkness of our despair, desperation and disappointment. This is an episode you won't want to miss!!!
Join Women Warriors on Wed, Dec 11th at Noon ET as we discuss the topic of “The Power of Emotional Wellness” with our guest, Benita Tyler. Learn the five lessons of Emotional Wellness that women need to know to conquer their emotions and live beyond their feelings.
Benita Tyler enjoys being a life coach; she began influencing her peers and built a circle of influence while still in middle school. Her motivational spirit is utilized to edify the lives of everyone around her. Some people are born with an innate charismatic disposition, and she is one of them. Benita Tyler has fifty years of experience in the subject matter of life’s hard knocks. She has endured the storms of life and has rescued fallen angels along her life’s journey. Her life lessons exposed her to some dishearten experiences that can transcend and transform a culture through her positive teachings.
Her educational accolades include an Associate’s Degree in Management, a Bachelors of Science Degree in Management, and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resources. Her education and life lessons have provided her with a prolific blessing; and she loves to inspire others through her writings. Benita Tyler resides in Kokomo, Indiana with her husband and children. To find our more, visit Benita’s website at
SISFI hosts a Community Forum on “Suicide Awareness~ The Emotional Wellness Condition” to raise awareness on the increases suicide ideations and completed cases in our community of NYC. The levels of human suffering are impacting more people on very serious emotional levels than we are recognizing and we must face these challenges with education, awareness, resources and effective support systems. We cannot fear the dialog as more cases of attempted suicide among our youth and the fears of reporting or seeking help are very serious cause for alarm and urgency to address.
Mr. Brett A. Scudder, president/chair of SISFI, Director, SISFI’s Abuse Behavioral Investigation Team, Director, SISFI's Suicide Survivors Resources Network, Suicide Intervention & Prevention First Aid Responder and Executive Director, SISFI’s Abuse & Suicide First Aid Response and Wellness Centers will be hosting and moderating the forum. His intimate experience and passion for working with suicide survivors and victim families will be very important to the real world dialog and how it relates to us today.
We have a great lineup of panelists who will be highlighting the issues and discussing solutions and resources to address them and all are invited to attend. We look forward to having this dialog and gaining from the values and resources that will be shared. Please share with your networks so more people can learn of and be a part of it.
We are hosting the forum in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx over the coming weeks so stay tuned for those dates and venues.
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Pregnancy and child birth is a major life transition that brings along joy and happiness, right? not always.
What every mother needs to know
1 in 7 mothers experience Postpartum Mood Disorder that is often not diagnosed or treated. These moms find themselves overwhelmed and stressed. They struggle emotionally with severe depression, anxiety and panic attacks or OCD; suffering alone in silence, feeling very bad about themselves, and without much help or hope.
In this interview Dr. Sadigh and his special guest Dalia Kenig, M.A.,MFT discuss the signs and symptoms of Postpartum emotional challenges and the ways to prevent worsening of the conditions. Find out what you need to doand how to get back on the path of recovery.
Dalia Kenig is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in Pregnancy and Postpartum emotional wellness. She provides free screening to any concerned woman and offers specialized counseling for women, couples and their families. She is also a member of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and advocates on Pregnancy Postpartum Emotional wellness for mothers.
Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for a dialog about the human conditions we live in that create emotional challenges for people in many way and on many levels. Let's talk about the issues and how to resolve them. Many people are in need of guidance and arms of compassion, hearts of Love and mind of empathy to help them through it.
Join me for the dialog and let's talk about it.
Learning to Rise Above - Rodney Love President and Founder of Hearts of Love International and Mark Kentner, Program Development Director speak on the biblical approach to dealing with lifes issues and giving hope for those struggling with their circustances.
Hearts Of Love International – Reproducible Ministry Models focused on Emotional Wellness, Awareness, Training, Implementation and Outreach. Discussing concepts covered in workbooks and materials written by Dr. Frank Minirth, Dr. Larry Gilliam, as wells a support materials developed by experts in the fields of emotional wellness, life coaching, early childhood development and church leadership.
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Dr. Richard London is a world renowned author and business consultant who helps his clients eliminate fears and create wellness including emotional wellness.
He is the Leading Visionary Manifestation Business Intelligence Coach who provides the tools that work in this, the 21.century. Click to learn more.
Join us on the Art Of War Network Show, with our host Earl Simmons, and his guest Aremisa Hailey, of the "Indigenous Birth and Womb Services" on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at 8:00 P.M. Est. until 10:00 P.M. Est. Call us here at 1-347-857-3470, with your questions, and comments. We will be discussing the topic of women's womb health, and emotional wellness, specifically how the imbalance of the women's womb health impacts our communities. You may call in to listen, or you can visit us online at www.blogtalkradio.com..Enjoy the Show.
Retreat Center Ministry focused on Marriage and Emotional Wellness to be discussed on Hearts Of Love International Radio (HOLI)– Reproducible Ministry Models focused on Emotional Wellness, Awareness, Training, Implementation and Outreach. Discussing topics of Emotional Healing as well as concepts covered in workbooks and materials written by Dr. Frank Minirth, Dr. Larry Gilliam, as wells a support materials developed by experts in the fields of emotional wellness, life coaching, early childhood development and church leadership.
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