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Our guest today is Amanda Marshall, the owner of Birth Blessing Doula Services in Colorado. She is a member of the CAPPA (Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association) Postpartum Doula Faculty. We will get to know Amanda and discuss the role of a postpartum doula, common misconceptions about postpartum doulas, and why someone might want to hire a postpartum doula. Amanda Marshall also shares her experiences supporting breastfeeding mothers. If you are interested in becoming a postpartum doula or hiring one to help you after you have a baby this show will increase your knowledge of all things postpartum doula.
Judy Bannister joined the CUBM faculty in January, 2014 and immediately made her presence felt by including new, creative aspects to her English 101 class. Judy joins Karla and John today to talk about her teaching career, her faith and family and how it all ties in together to make her the teacher she is today.
In this New Year, the best thing you can do for yourself and your future is to work on your thinking faculty.Learn how to master your mind and guide it intelligently; that is, exercise discrimination in all your thinking. Learn to think as you ought to think, give your mental life to matters that are absolutely essential to your welfare, and the balance of your thought to themes of beauty, truth and progress. In other words, live with the ideal, but do not neglect the practical. Aim to adjust the two, and strive to be on the outside what you idealize on the inside. Your thoughts make you; and your ideals, principles, or ruling desires will determine your destiny.
Dr. Dee Adio-Moses is a Visionary, Author, Life Strategist and Educator. An ordained Minister with a PhD specializing in Holistic Life and Spiritual Counseling. Dr. Dee is the Founder and Spiritual Leader of Healing Center of Christ International and Better than Ever Community. Dr. Dee is a modern day key proponent of Oneness Consciousness as a healing strategy, and provides step by step programs to help you on your oneness journey, teaching you to master your emotions, your body, your relationships, your finances, and your life.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed emergency medicine physician Dr. Doug McGuff about "Government Controls in Emergency Medicine" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
The practice of emergency medicine is heavily regulated by the government. What are some of those regulations? What are their effects? How do they make the practice of medicine more difficult? How would emergency medicine function in a truly free market?
Dr. Doug McGuff is an emergency medicine doctor practicing in South Carolina. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio in 1989, and then trained in Emergency Medicine at the University of Arkansas, where he served as Chief Resident. From there, Dr. McGuff served as Faculty in the Wright State University Emergency Medicine Residency and was a staff Emergency Physician at Wright-Patterson AFB Hospital. Today, Dr. McGuff is a partner with Blue Ridge Emergency Physicians.
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
We will be discussing the evolution of sports reporting and the ways in which the proliferation of cable television and social media has changed the way sports are presented and reported.
Joining the disucussion is Clemson Assistant Professor and author of It's A Whole New Ballgame: How Social Media is Changing Sports James Sanderson. Also joining us will be sports writer and biographer Bill Gutman who has been following sports since the 1950's and has interviewed many top athletes from past years. Gutman also has some strong opinions about the changing world of sports and sports media. It should be an informative and fun show!
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Rev. Timothy Jones, B.Min. M.A. C.I. FNGH: Board Certified Consulting Hypnotist whose focus is on helping people take back control of their lives. A grief recovery and family counsellor offering services from his clinic in south Caledon, he's a certified Instructor and Board Certified Fellow of the NGH, and has been invited to present to fellow professionals at the annual NGH Summer Learning Institute as Adjunct Faculty since 2008.
Jennifer Brighton: Psychotherapist and executive coach practicing in Oakville, offering Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Emotion Focussed Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction with individuals and couples.
Corey McCusker: Mental Performance Coach, Motivational Speaker and author of "The Power of Women United"; Master Practitioner of NLP, Time Empowerment Techniques ™, and hypnosis. Founded Your Mind Matters, a unique private coaching and training company that helps youths and adults take control of their lives by harnessing the power of their minds. “Master The Mind, Master The Game”.
Ken Garvie: "When I climb the tallest tree around, sometimes I can see the path that lead me here; it winds all the way to the horizon. Other days, it looks like I have merely walked around the base of the same tree, forever. You'll know if you ought to attend whether I am a corporate mogul or narcissistic blow-hard or a soothsayer."
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott interviews two authors.
Nivine Richie is a wife, mother, and university professor. She has had the privilege of leading many ladies’ Bible studies or co-leading small groups with her husband, Pat, over the years. She is involved in women’s ministry in her local church and in the Christian faculty organization on campus. Her first book, Enduring Faith: An 8-week Devotional Study of the Book of Hebrews is published by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas and is available on Amazon.
Rebecca Waters draws on her role as a wife, mother, and grandmother as well as her vast experience as an educator and researcher for her writing. She and her husband, Tom, have been married for over forty years and have three grown daughters. Her daughters are all married and mothers themselves to five precious little ones. Rebecca taught in the public school system for nineteen years, kindergarten through grade two. After receiving her doctorate from the University of Cincinnati, Rebecca taught college students seeking to be teachers at Cincinnati Christian University for the next fourteen years.
Rebecca’s first novel, Breathing on Her Own, was released on March 24, 2014 by Lighthouse of the Carolinas. It is available on Amazon.com in both print and Kindle versions and is also available through Barnes & Noble.