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The new book for mental health professionals, Getting Better at Private Practice, presents the collective wisdom of over two dozen successful practitioners, with practical tips on setting up, managing, and marketing your practice.
In this interview we meet the Editor of Getting Better at Private Practice, Dr. Chris Stout - psychologist, author, clinical professor and founder of the non-profit organization, Center for Global Initiatives.
Dr. Stout will discuss how the book melds his interest in helping other clinicians and his calling to help bring medical care to impoverished populations.
All royalties from the book will be donated to CGI. Your purchase will literally help save lives.
This week as part of a series on Social Media Advocacy Month for music therapy, I'll be talking with Victoria Storm from Oak Park Music Therapy about why she loves music therapy.
Oak Park Music Therapy is based in a client-centered model; clients are served through a process of assessment, treatment/educational planning, intervention, and evaluation. Services are provided by a Board Certified Music Therapist to a variety of clientele. Home-based individual sessions, contractual arrangements with local facilities, and community based creativity workshops are the core of our offerings.
Victoria Storm, MM, MT-BC uses the transformative power of music to assist people to gain new insights through the metaphors inherent in non-verbal and symbolic self expression. Using the elements of music (rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, tempo, and dynamics) along with lyrics and story, Victoria customizes every session specifically for the needs of each client she sees.
Her clinical background includes 20 years of bringing music to persons in need through her work in a community music school, special education classrooms, physical and mental health hospitals, and elder care facilities. Her Master and Bachelor of Music degrees in Music Therapy are from Western Michigan University.
Victoria is a singer/songwriter, forever dedicated to the healing power of music.
Amy Harkness has served for three years as a spiritual director in private practice at Glendale United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tennessee, ordained through The Institute of Christian Spirituality at Lipscomb University. As an elder in the Presbyterian church, Amy serves as pulpit supply at Glencliff Presbyterian Church. The daughter of a minister and a compassionate caregiver, Amy felt called to the ministry at an early age. Amy’s young and beautiful grandmother lived with her family as she was treated for cancer which became a second language. These relationships were foundational as Amy served as a nurse at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital for 14 years mostly in pediatric oncology and later a hospice nurse. But Amy avoided her call to be a minister until she discovered her own witness of the redemptive grace of Jesus Christ. Survivor of a catastrophic illness, shame, guilt and offensive relationships, Amy recovered wholistically, writing a book called A Song and A Prayer about using shame and guilt and all our life scars to be who God intends us to be. Screenplays are in the works as is another book called Letters to Women in Prison identifying commonalities of the incarcerated and the free held back from spiritual fulfillment. Amy has a smart, talented and beautiful 15 year old daughter who is her most endearing challenge and greatest joy.
Dr. Jeanette Raymond is a psychologist and psychotherapist with a private practice in Los Angeles California. Born in Calcutta, India, she was educated in Great Britain, getting her M.Ed before beginning her career as a child and educational psychologist. After settling in America, Dr. Raymond obtained her Ph.D. in clinical psychology and switched her focus to helping adults establish more secure relationships. She contributes to training courses for psychotherapists and offers insight and relationship advice on a regular basis via her blogs and videos.
Join us as we discuss how to overcome the challenges of emotional intimacy of your own or with a partner who has difficulty with emotional intimacy.
This will be a multi-part series covering eating healthy.
In this show we will be covering models of healing coming from a broad range of disciplines, integrating the best of modern science with the best of the healing wisdom that has been transmitted to us from the most ancient cultures.
Dr. Renè David Alkalay is a life-long student of meditation, Yoga science, Kabbalah, and the religious and philosophical texts of the East and West, and is the author of numerous articles and books. In private practice as a naturopathic practitioner since 1980, he provides holistic services at the Wellness Center offering help with nutrition, weight management, pain and illnesses, fitness and holistic treatment for cancer patients.
Internationally renound Psychic Medium and Intuitive Life Coach, Kelly Callaghan has read for thousands of individuals world-wide. From celebrities and member of government, to everyday folks working their way through life! As a gifted medium, Kelly is able to channel loved ones who have crossed over and offers psychic readings to callers.
Relied upon for her amazing accuracy and insight, Kelly enjoys a successful private practice helping clients by combining her gifts as a Psychic Medium, Intuitive Life Coach, and Reiki practitioner. In addition to this, Kelly holds a degree in Metaphysical Sciences.
Join the show and have a reading live on the air! You can also find Kelly at her website: www.KellyCallaghan.com
Celeste Yacoboni is the author of How Do You Pray and she is passionate about helping people discover a deeper experience of the sacred in their daily lives. Celeste is a Minister of Walking Prayer, ordained by the Center for Sacred Studies in Sonora, California. Her work focuses on guiding and supporting people through transitions by creating a space of awareness, presence and inspiration, which integrates body, mind, spirit & emotions.
She maintains a thriving private practice in Santa Fe, NM.
My guest today is Debbie Barrett who has a site called "Paintracking"
Deborah Barrett, PhD, MSW, LCSW is a clinical associate professor in the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a psychotherapist in private practice. She has published self-help articles on fibromyalgia and other chronic pains as well as scholarly papers on health and illness, global culture, and public policy.
"I came to the topic of this book through my own struggles with pain. I developed severe pain, fairly suddenly, in my late 20s, after having enjoyed many years unencumbered by any health problems beyond an occasional cold or minor injury. Once my pain began, however, it seemed relentless. Even after I was diagnosed and tried various treatments, the pain persisted. The pain seemed to worsen out of the blue, which made my life unpredictable and frightening. But every so often I would experience a short reprieve."
Nancy Mramor Ph.D. is a licensed clinical, media and health psychologist, specializing in radio, TV, technology and print as they impact you and your health. She has been featured on over 350 television, print and radio placements including CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS, Fox, MSN Reader’s Digest, Woman’s World, Prevention, NBC Website and many others.
Her work in the media, five universities, businesses, hospitals, private practice and in schools for the past 30 years has been recognized by the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania School Counselors’ Association, and selected as one of Western PA’s Most Successful Women.
GET REEL: Produce Your Own Life is Dr. Nancy’s newest book that satisfies your desire to be truly and unbelievably happy, authentic and fulfilled. Get Entertaining and educational, you’ll be amazed to discover how many of your beliefs, self-judgments and expectations come from TV, movies, The Internet, and even from billboards and magazines. To get reel, you’ll keep the media messages that support who you truly are, and leave all of the other expectations behind
Connect with Deb at: http://www.DebScott.com
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Llorraine Neithardt Psychic/Soul Mentor/Artist
Llorraine Neithardt is an internationally recognized Jungian-inspired cultural visionary in private practice for 29 years. In this series she speaks extemporaneously on the archetypal theme of VENUS, creating a virtual Heartbreak Hotel – a place where the wounded heart finds inspiration to accept the task of becoming a wise heart.
On this week's episode of The Paranormal Hour, Willow and Tracee will be speaking with Pam Collins. Pamela Collins graduated from Marshall University with a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology. After several years in private practice, she chose to stay home to be a full-time mom. This gave her the unusual opportunity to begin weaving the professional things learned in school with the esoteric things that she had been learning throughout her life. Listening skills begin to take on a new meaning when one is listening for the other side. Tarot, dreams, Reiki among other practiced skills became a pattern of listening and watching that continues today. The show begins at 10 pm EST, 9 Central, and 8 EST. Phone lines will be open for your calls and questions. Be sure to join our simultaneous twitter chat @ #TheParanormalHour.
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