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This will be part of 2 segments. We will discuss what Acreditation and Certification means to a Certified Peer Specialist. Accreditation can be a way that validates the role of Peer Support. And a Certified Peer Specialist can demonstrate how dedicated they are to the field. Calls will be accepted at 646-668-2478.
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We are back ... some much needed time away and now fully refreshed. Where are you at? Do you find you need time to yourself when things just get too much. Also, Intentional Peer Support do you have experience of this, I've just finished a training course based around this and found it inspiring and I had my question answered what is the difference between Peer Support and Intentional Peer Support. The UK is catching up with this concept .. finally! Want to know more? Photography .. do you find it helps your mood ? I'd love you to call in and share your thoughts on any of these things or anything else you want to share :)
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This will be part 1 of 2 segments. We will discuss what Acreditation and Certification means to a Certified Peer Specialist. Accreditation can be a way that validates the role of Peer Support. And a Certified Peer Specialist can demonstrate how dedicated they are to the field. Calls will be accepted at 646-668-2478
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Two part show tonight! The Science Of Happiness, host Lori Faitel will be joining me to tell us details about the changes to our Peer Support Line. I encourage the audience and our hosts to listen. Lori will be in the road, so we'll keep her as long as we can and also hear more about her show and the new earlier platform. Open mics, new Indy's and breaking out the first few holiday tunes. I talked to Alice Cooper. :)
Suicide Hurts was added to the back half of this show. You matter. Get help. People do care.
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and guests share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we discover the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. :)
Some nights we will have a featured guest, others we will introduce a topic of recovery, encouraging callers to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire.
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org
Receiving a diagnosis of diabetes can be scary and leave you feeling alone. This was the case for today's guest Cherise Shockley, CEO and founder of Diabetes Community Advocacy Foundation.
Cherise was diagnosed at the age of 23 with LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults) as a newlywed while her husband was stationed in Iraq. Knowing no one with diabetes she took to the internet for answers, however there was not much information to be found about LADA, A few years after diagnosis she became insulin dependent and came across tudiabetes.org and realized she wasn't alone and began blogging.
Cherise soon created DSMA with a weekly twitter chat to bring the diabetes online community together to talk openly about all things diabetes.
Join me in conversation with Cherise as we learn more about the Diabetes Online Community, LADA and initiatives such as Blue Friday's.
@SweeterCherise DSMA on Facebook
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Another 30 mins ... following on from the last show that talked about "Recovery" a quick recap of the Hope and Control followed by the third element Opportunity. Call in if you want to share your experience of "Recovery". What do you think? Is "Recovery" possible or is it something the profesionals talk about but seems impossible (think about it "I'm possible". Join me and my feline therapist this Friday evening at 9:30pm UK time.
Are You Alone Dealing with this Brain Injury Stuff? w/host Michael W Idell?
We have thousands of members globally in our brain injury support groups but we still have people trying to find information about who to talk to and where to go.
Anyone can call in to speak by calling (424) 243-9540 (Family members,
caregivers, survivors, and the general public)
*Questions we will ask each call-in to build an informative and helpful
- *Where do you stand with brain injury? *
- *How are you involved with brain injury?*
- *Are you a family member or caregiver of someone with a brain injury?*
- *Are you a survivor trying to find more people who understands what
you are going through? *
- *Where do you go?*
- *Who can you talk to?*
- *Want to vent?*
- *Want to meet others who understand?*
- *You want support?*
We are here. We stand together. We can make light of anything and overcome
these obstacles. We can be our own form of therapy. We have over a thousand
members in our community. We understand the obstacles and life expereinces
the books don't teach. We all need to communicate to build a better
envirnment for each other to live in.
Please join us. We have a good time. Meet great people and have fun.
Michael W. Idell
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As promised the show this Saturday will be for the best part an interview with the Head of MH Policy here in the UK. If you want to be involved in future inspections of MH services then the information in the interview will be priceless. If your outside of the UK you might also find the process and the changes in how services will be regulated moving forward interesting. Please join me for the show this Saturday afternoon at 2:30pm for a really interesting interview about the regulation and work that the Care Quality Commission do. You can click on this link and set yourself a reminder www.blogtalkradio.com/recovery_castle Don't miss it :)
A show dedicated to "True Life Expriences," The Life and Motivation of Reverend Devon Harris, Director and Gang Intervention Specialist at Full Circle Refuge. Devon has been involved in juvenile justice ministry in the Augusta area since 1994. Following retirement from the U.S. Army in 1999., Devon served as Assistant Volunteer Service Coordinator at the Augusta Youth Development Campus in Augusta, Georgia.
"Devon is a certified “Volunteer In Prison Ministry” trainer for Prison Fellowship Ministries; graduate of the School of Juvenile Justice Ministries, Straight Ahead Ministries; member of the Ministry Delivery Team for Prison Fellowship Georgia; completed the Street Gang/Juvenile Crime Course presented by 21st Century Law Enforcement Consultants Inc.; received the “Street Gang: Identification and Investigation” certification from The Institute of Police Technology and Management of the University of North Florida; certified “Gang Intervention Specialist” from The National Gang Crime Research Center."
For more information on Rev. Devon Harris please visit www.fullcirclerefuge.org!
MINGX - 2014 We are Motivating and Inspiring the Next Generation, through True Life Experiences.
A show like "No Other!!!! MINGX - LIVE on BlogTalk Radio.
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A weekly show discussing differing aspects of the world of the Invisible Illness. You can call into the show to share your difficulties and more importantly your successes. The show airs every Saturday at 2:30pm local UK time. No holds barred Call with anything you want to talk about :). Hopefully we will have people on board at some point that know and have lived experience of ADD and Bi-polar and an interview with the CQC ... an instituition in the UK that looks to regulate the standards and quality of care homes .. MH included or services provided for MH service users