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Could cultivating patience help you cope better with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease (PD)?
The majority of individuals with PD, responding to a 2015 Parkinson’s Alliance survey think so. They reported that patience helps them cope with their symptoms, and over half of the participants reported that patience increased their engagement in social activities.
You may have been told by your parents or teachers that patience is a virtue to acquire, but, do you really know what patience is and how it might actually help anyone cope with disease?
Join Guests: Carol Walton, CEO of the Parkinson Alliance, and Neuropsychologist, Jeffrey Wertheimer, PhD, who will discuss 2015 Parkinson's Alliance survey results on patience and exercise, and other aspects of physical and psychological well-being as it relates to individuals with PD.
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Dr. Fuchs received her undergraduate degree from the University of California San Diego. She earned her doctorate at the University of Houston and completed an internship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Chicago Medical Center. She then came to Virginia for a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Virginia. She is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology in and is affiliated with the UVA Memory & Aging Care Clinic. She is board certified in clinical neuropsychology and she does cognitive assessments of individuals who have concerns about the onset of dementia. She has research interests in non-memory cognitive changes with aging and in the cognitive effects of caregiver stress.
On this Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we Welcome Relationship Scientist Ryeal Simms, as we discuss " The Science of Relationships and Intimacy.
When we look at some of the Issues that a good bit of couples are having it comes down to the dynamics of the Relationship and Intimacy. Yes People want someone they can communicate with, have fun with, try new things with. But people also still desire INTIMACY. Some where along the lines, the definition of intimacy has changed drastically to some. So we are going to discuss how people can improve their relationships and take their intimacy to a New Level where both people gain some enjoyment!
Relationship expert Ryeal Simms is the leading authority on the neuroscience of relationships worldwide.
Integrating the disciplines of Neuropsychology, biology and anthropology, Ryeal is a licensed and certified counselor with the Relationship Coaching Institute and the Prepare/Enrich Program. And his passion is analyzing the neuroscience of love by dissecting why we do what we do from an eco-bio-psycho-social-spiritual point of view.
Ryeal, who has been featured in numerous publications and media programs, including Essence Magazine and on National Public Radio, served as the official relationship coach for the Hershe Group and the Tavis Smiley Foundation’s Leadership Institute. He also works as a relationship advisor for the entertainment industry and speaks at correctional centers, colleges and churches to motivate youth and adults to make wise relationship choices.
Currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Neuropsychology, Ryeal is penning his Prepare For Love book series on the neuroscience of relationships and is happily married. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
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Continuing on the subject of understanding the relationships between the mind, brain and body, Mitchell’s guest this evening is neuropsychologist, consultant, teacher and author Mario Martinez. Dr. Martinez’ book The Mind Body Code has met with international acclaim. Sounds True has produced The Mind-Body Code as a CD set as well.
Dr. Mario E. Martinez is a clinical neuropsychologist. In 1998 he developed his theory of Biocognitive Science based on research that demonstrates how thoughts and their biological expression coemerge within a cultural history. Academic science continues to divide mind and body, as well as ignore the influence cultural contexts have on the process of health, illness and aging. For example, cultures that support growing older as a positive development associated with increased wisdom and abilities have higher numbers of centenarians living healthier lives, than cultures that view aging as a process of inevitable deterioration.
Todays episode I will share who Obatala is to ME, YOU and the UNIVERSE. After 44 years as an Ordained Ifa, Yoruba, Lukumi priestess I share with you some of my truths as to how Obatala can manifest, in all human beings.
In all of his Apatkis, legends and stories the main theme is about the struggle between ego and spirit.
Through high African Science the brain, mind, and reality can be altered to find peace harmony and balance
Aligning your spirit to the Universal vibration found in nature (herbs) one can make better choices,and have an abundant life
.Join me and my guest Dr. Jeheudi-Mes Onyemachi Vuai as we share what we know as truths, lies and misconceptions about the brain, divine contiousness, peace and joy. Dr. Vuai, is author of the books entitled, “Gray matter matters: Reflections on child brain injury and erroneous educational practices” (2012) and Misbehaving brains: Good children who do bad things in schools (2015, in production). He completed post-graduate studies in school psychology from Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ and post-doctoral studies in clinical neuropsychology from Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, California. He studied under renowned neuroscientists at New York University School of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. He is Accomplishments of President Barack Obama by DCCC of the Dade Association of School Psychologists.
TPN Radio Presents the Metaphysical Monday Show with Rev. Tanya Tarail.
Rev. Tanya Tarail, PT, CranioSacral Therapy certificate, Visceral Manipulation certificate, and founder of Metaphysical Bodywork. Each week, Tanya gives callers mini Medical Intuitive readings, discusses therapies for the human body, and answers question about the Healer’s path, the spiritual path and the paranormal.
Special Guest: Dr. Chris Brayley
Dr. Brayley’s work bridges the gap between ‘psych’ and ‘psychic’. He is a Reiki Master, intuitive reader, life coach, skills teacher and psycho-spiritual consultant. He has 15 years experience in clinical and neuropsychology, and has been a professional musician and teacher for 17 years. He works remotely with clients from home, and locally at Phoenix Holistic Services in Chicopee, Massachusetts. He teaches graduate psychology part-time at American International College.
Dr. May Caprio and Linda Cundiff will unlock some mysteries and myths around sleep. How can we get better sleep, even if we're living with chronic pain? We'll find out the answers to these questions and more on June 3, 2015 at 3pm.
True or False?
1. The more sleep I get, the healthier I'll be.
2. Waking up at night means that I'll be tired the next day.
3. Snoring is common and totally harmless.
4. It's important to always keep track of how much I sleep.
5. Pain increases the amount of time in Stage 1 light sleep.
Dr. May Caprio is a registrant of the College of Psychologists of British Columbia providing psychological services for the Pain Program at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria as a member of the interdisciplinary team. She has practiced in the area of pain management, neuropsychology and brain injury. She has been a consultant in private industry, providing psychological assessments, individual psychotherapy and marriage counselling, and has given presentations on sleep, memory enhancement, stress management, and optimal performance.
Linda Cundiff is an Occupational therapist and co-leader in the sleep and pain program working with the RJH Pain Program. She has been an occupational therapist since 1982. It is a privilege to work in a field that is practical, holistic and client focused. Linda has worked with Royal Jubilee Pain Program since its inception 8 years ago and has developed and integrated many programs that clients request, and sleep is definitely one of those. Linda is currently working on the PainBC pain champion program for occupational therapists in the province.
It is with great honor to welcome Dr. Mario Garcia as a guest in our radio show. He is a dynamic Speaker and Coach who have travelled and mentored leaders in 55 countries. He is a certified John Maxwell Coach, a Strategic Intervention (SI), and also a Master Peak performance & Business Results Coach. He has his M.Div. at Liberty University; J.D. University of Maimi School of Law; Ph.D. in Psychology (peak performance), Capela University; and Post Doctorate Certificate in Neuropsychology, Fielding Graduate University. This is the few I can say about Dr. Mario's biography but there are more which you will hear from him in person.
Tune in the radio, and see how God will use Dr. Mario to transform your life, and situation to greatness, he will be speaking on the subject, "Self Sabotage." I assure you that your life will never be the same.
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Keachia Bowers is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern and founder of Movements for Change, LLC where she provides educational and community workshops that facilitate life growth and transformation. Originally from White Plains, New York, Keachia has been providing community development projects to her South Florida community for the past 19 years. Her work in the community addresses issues related to cultural awareness, health advocacy, adolescent changes, family dynamics, peer pressure, suicide, women’s empowerment and more.Keachia holds a Bachelors degree and a Masters Degree in Social Work with a concentration in children and families and a Child Welfare Certificate. Currently, a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern with the State of Florida. Also Dr. Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology (Inactive). He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology and Agbeko-Kwasi (A.K.) Aheto-Tosu, Ph.D. is an educator and author whose work centers on helping people confront and transcend real life issues on human relations with focus on culture and diversity, leadership development and conflict management.http://www.mymovementsforchange.com/
Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Giving Voice to All
Founder and Executive Director Lisa Baron, J.D., who established Memory Care Home Solutions will be our first today. Lisa will explain her unique service she provides families at home caring for loved ones with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Learn how her company can help you and those your know dealing with dementia.
Our second guest will be Dr. Ben Mast, author of Second Forgetting who will discuss his book and the importance of his views on dementia.
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Cara Santa Maria has dedicated her life to improving science literacy by communicating scientific principles across media platforms. A North Texas native, she currently lives in Los Angeles. Prior to moving to the west coast, Cara taught biology and psychology courses to university undergraduates and high school students in Texas and New York. Her published research has spanned various topics, including clinical psychological assessment, the neuropsychology of blindness, neuronal cell culture techniques, and computational neurophysiology.
Cara previously worked as a co-host and producer on the Pivot TV nightly live television show, "TakePart Live." Before that, she was the senior science correspondent for The Huffington Post and co-starred in "Hacking The Planet" and "The Truth About Twisters" on The Weather Channel.
She has made appearances on CNN, Fox News, TLC, Current TV, BBC America, G4, SundanceTV, Travel Channel, and Nat Geo WILD.
Cara currently hosts a weekly science podcast called "Talk Nerdy." She joins Seth Andrews for tonight's podcast. Call the show with comments and/or questions, or email email@example.com.
Cara's website: http://carasantamaria.com
Tanya M. Cooper is a published author of her most recent non-fiction work, entitled, L.O.V.E. Live a Life Of Vibrant Energy (Change Your Story – Change Your Life) and two novels, The Matriarch of La Bonita and The Wayward Daughters. Tanya has a Bachelor of Honours degree in English and History and her Bachelor of Education. She taught in Colombia, South America for three years and the last ten within Canada. Tanya trained with the Gestalt Institute of Toronto for four years to be a Psycho-therapist and has offered many workshops on subjects such as self-esteem, eating disorders, healing, neuropsychology and re-training the mind. Tanya has written and spoken for her own radio program called, On Second Thought and has facilitated her own writers’ group. Tanya provides workshops and individualized coaching on how to develop self-esteem, success and ultimately the life that we desire.
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