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Psychiatric nurses play a vital role in catering to patients who are mentally ill and suffering from psychotic disorders, mood and anxiety disorders as well as patients with substance abuse and addiction problems.
Listen to this week's episode as our guest host Jeff Allen talks to Joel Ayapana for an in-depth look at Psychiatric Nursing. Joel also talks about his new book and radio show!
Joel Ayapana RN, BSN, BA
Joel Ayapana RN, BSN, BA is the author of The Book of Positive Light: Rememberance of the Heart, which recounts the meaning of positivity as a story that Joel shares in the hopes of providing mental clarity for readers. A pscyhiatric nurse with more than a decade of experience in the field, Joel's focus lies in the application of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy within the Group Therapy Setting. He will soon be hosting his own BBS Radio Talk Show entitled "Quantum Mindfulness"- a term that Joel has coined to define as "a state of awareness that can be utilized as the tools and the armor of resilience where the theoretical constructs and to where the most profound and amazing of findings discovered by researchers of Quantum Physics and Mechanics are integrated with Heart-Centered Consciousness and Awakened Mindfulness."
Joel is also a Veteran of the United States Air Force and has been a Registered Nurse in Cleveland, Ohio, delivering first rate care to mentally ill patients, victims of substance abuse and anxiety disorders as well as the homeless.
To purchase The Book of Positive Light: Remembrance of the Heart visit lulu.com/spotlight/JoelAyapana
Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Spiritual Relationship Healer and Somatic Body Psychotherapist, Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies and Their Relationships Through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me and the romantic novel, Love in the Blizzard of Life, and creator of Healing Through Love Seminars, Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me Complete Relationship System and the upcoming 30 Day Love Challenge which begins this Spring.
Today I am speaking with Cindy Parsons, DNP, ARNP-BC, FAANP.
Dr. Parsons is an Associate Professor of Nursing at the University of Tampa. In her role as educator she teaches graduate and undergraduate nursing students; focusing on psychiatric mental health, family-centered care, community and population health and the contemporary role of the nurse practitioner. In her clinical practice she works as an APN (advanced practice nurse) treating adults, adolescents and families with psychiatric or mental health disorders. She has contributed to a number of psychiatric nursing texts and journals. She has lectured extensively on the care and treatment of mental illness across the lifespan. As a psychiatric nurse practitioner, Dr. Parsons has practiced with children, adolescents and adults and she understanding how to foster a truly therapeutic relationship in her brief 15 minute visits with her patients.
In 2012 a study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that reports the percentage of patients abusing alcohol increased from 7.6% to 9.6% two years after gastric bypass surgery - potentially creating 2,000 alcoholics every year in the US.
There is more than one theory on why this occurs. Some say it is addiction transfer: a patient switches an addiction to food to an addiction to alcohol. More recent evidence suggests an anatomical explanation - metabolic and hormonal changes triggered by gastric bypass surgery that leave patients especially vulnerable to alcoholism. Maybe it is both - or neither? The truth is nobody is 100% sure of why alcoholism rates increase post surgery.
If you are struggling with alcoholism post-surgery, however, the reason why may not be as relevant as what to do about it. There are unique challenges that face people whose alcoholism may be attributed to gastric bypass surgery, and on this episode of the Bubble Hour we will discuss this startling trend. We will share more information about why experts feel this increased vulnerability to alcoholism occurs, and speak with special guest Jessica about her own experience with gastric bypass surgery, alcoholism and recovery.
We are also excited to welcome Diane Grimaldi, DNP, PMHCS, BC as a guest on the show and an expert on this issue.
Diane started her psychotherapy practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1984 after receiving her Masters Degree in Adult Mental Health Nursing from Boston College and becoming a board certified Clinical Specialist in Psychiatric Nursing.
In 2014 she received a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. For more information about Diane and her practice please visit www.grimaldicounseling.com.
All Eligible Youth Be At the Jacobs Center Community Room 4/7/15 1:00 PM
Join us and Listen in to get the right information. Let’s teach our youth to excel. That damn X-Box has corrupted some of our children
Finally there is a program that targets our sons, daughters, nephews and nieces and community youth who are looking for a hand up and not a hand out. A program that allows young people who may have made a bad decision or hadn’t yet reached that level or maturity needed to make the right decisions. Metro United Methodist Urban Ministries in collaboration with Leaders of Change and certified agencies which include Plumbing, Certified Nursing Assistant and Sheet Metal are offering the opportunity of a lifetime and we are starting right here in Southeast San Diego on the Leaders of Change Southeast Radio Show and the Southeast Memorial Page. A Paid internship that pays a young person to earn a good wage. This is a Department of Labor funded program. We are looking for motivated young folks between the ages of 17 - 24 who have no adult convictions, who are now or have once been on probation. It is not necessary to be on Probation now nor does it prevent you from being in the program if you are.
Leaders of Change in Collaboration with the Southeast Memorial Page would like to extend our condolences to all the families who suffered these past days. Our prayers are with you and the memories of your lost loved ones will remain in our hearts forever.
I have a dream...Celebrating Our 50 Years of Jubilee!
Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Civil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality. So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? How will we strengthen our kids, famillies and our communities now?
Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Now we Celebrate our 50th Year of Jubilee for the Selma March to Montgomery, and join in struggle to teaching us all to Evolve in our Beliefs, Values and Purpose for Elevating our Consciousness on the Greatness that lies within us - all of us!
Our ancesters from Africa knew the power of connection to the Divine, while honoring the human-ness in each other. I invite you to remember the greatness of our people, and we start by remembering our Elders, the holders of Wisdom. Our featured guest for today's show is Pam Perry, the Communications Director for the Detroit Area Agency on Aging. She helps promote the DAAA’s services and events to the Detroit community through both local and online media so we can empower our Elders to be safe, healthy and independent as long as we are blessed to have them with us.
Please join me as she shares valuable information for the elders in your family, church and community.
Join the Movement to raise the Love Vibrations in 2015!!
And as always......Be Amazing!
Welcome to Alzheimer's Speaks Radio where all voices are welcomed to join the conversation. We love hearing from people around the world. Everyone from those diagnosed, family and friends caring for loved ones, professionals providing services, products or tools, researchers, authors, directors, producers, musicians, advocates for dementia and those that just want to learn more about the disease.
Today’s show will feature the authors of “Creative Connections™ in Dementia Care: Engaging Activities to Enhance Communication. Jennifer Brush has been working for over 20 years to change the face of dementia care in hospitals, assisted living communities, nursing homes and home care. Rev. Katie Norris is a Unitarian Universalist community minister and co-founder, with her father, of the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation for Brain Health.
You can reach Jennifer and Katie below:
For more information on Caregiving and Dementia go to Alzheimer’s Speaks Resource Website with multiple platforms of information.
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A work-from-home entrepreneur, Lady P helps authors promote their books and events online. She studied nursing at Palo Alto Community College in San Antonio, Texas and was a medical assistant for 10 years before she turned to promoting authors and their books.
The mother of daughter, Lillian, and son, Matt, Jr., Lady P is happily married to Matt and resides with her family in San Antonio. Today Lady P enjoys the luxury of working from home, reading, and woodworking.
Memphis, TN – Ministry means service. Whether it’s nursing or feeding the homeless, when you have the gift of serving others, you would do it for free.
Linda Kinnard is the founder of Beautiful Beginnings Life Ministries, a coaching ministry dedicated to serving individuals to reach a greater place in their life. Linda founded her Beautiful Beginnings following a 20-year career as a registered nurse.
“I’ve always been a coach, a leader, that’s been able to see the best in people,” says Linda. “Being a nurse, I have been shaped to understand love. Beautiful Beginning Life Ministries was borne out of a desire to expand. I bring energy, power, strength and I bring a genuine belief in the person.”
As a nurse, Linda vowed to never separate herself or treat someone differently based on their status, color, religion. She believes this philosophy comes from a higher place.
“I love that we have the ability to strive, to use the potential we have to stretch ourselves and become more in the midst of obstacles,” says Linda. “That’s the type of coach I am. It goes hand in hand with ministry because you are inspiring people to reach a place they’ve never been before.”
Linda is the author of Daily Love Letters From God: PS. He Loves You. Published in September. the book is a modern day epistle written to believers to help them grow and mature in the principles of a Godly lifestyle.
“I’m most proud of the way I treat others. I don’t separate my love toward anyone. And that’s why I wrote Daily Love Letters From God: P.S. He Loves You,” says Linda. “Every letter is constructed to help you understand God’s love.”
For more information on, visit www.lindakinnard.com
My guest tonight is author Bob Weintraub, who has been a life-long fan of the Boston Red Sox. He grew up in Dorchester, Massachusetts, just eight miles from the famous Fenway Park. Bob played baseball in college at Brandeis University, and following college, he served two years in the Army where he was stationed in Germany. When his military career ended, he returned to Boston, enrolled at Boston University School of Law, and studied law for three years. After graduation, he went into the law field of labor relations. He practiced for six years in Washington, D.C.and in San Francisco before returning to Boston.
It wasn't until later in his life that Bob tried his hand at fiction writing. His first short story was about Irving, a man who had survived a pogrom in Russia years earlier, and had promised God at the time that he would devote his life to prayer and being a moral and ethical person if he wasn't killed in the attacks. Irving did survive and kept his promise. The problem begins, however, when he is admitted, reluctantly (at the urging of his four children) to a Massachusetts nursing home and feels that it's incumbent upon him to persuade the other residents of the Home to live their lives as he was living his. Irving is loved by most of his fellow residents, but even love can go so far.
His first story was accepted by a distinguished literary magazine in North Carolina called "The Sun," and this was the beginning of Bob's career as a writer.
Tonight we'll hear more about Bob, his writing, his books, his upcoming projects, his great love for the Boston Red Sox, and his great recognition of his work by some very famous people.
Dr. Harrison-Madu is currently the Acting Chairperson of Nursing and Allied Health Programs at Essex County College in Newark, New Jersey.
Dr. Harrison lectures on topics nursing framework to include Fundamentals of Nursing, Pharmacology, Maternal Newborn, Pediatrics, Medical Surgical Nursing and Mental Health Nursing.
Dr. Harrison-Madu’s did her masteres thesis entitled “Improving Nurse Performance of Medication Administration Assessment in the Home Care Environment” and her doctorial dissertation entitled, “A Study on Nursing Student Experiences and Perceptions in Processing Information on Standardized Tests”.
Dr. Harrison-Madu can be reached at (973) 877- 1885 & email@example.com and http://www.essex.edu/
Join Ronald and guest Dr. Harrison-Madu on March 24, 2015 at 7:00 PM to share her view on the nursing profession of the future.
On this episode of The Missy Show, we will be exploring the topic of animals and mental illness. Most of us are familiar with the mental disorders that can affect humans, such as anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsion, or post traumatic stress disorder; but can animals also be affected by these afflictions? Join hosts J and D as they seek to answer this question and address potential solutions. Saturday, March 21st at 10 pm entral. Don't miss it!
On tonight's show Rosie is going to discuss getting control of your emotions and letting go of the pains from the past. Controlling your emotions doesn't mean ignoring them. It means recognizing them, and either acting on them or learning how to change them when you need to do so.
All your feelings are legitimate. It’s important to feel them fully, and then move on. Nursing your grievances indefinitely is a bad habit, because it hurts you more than it hurts those who have caused you pain.
The show is sponsored by Rosalea and Blended Herbal Treasures at www.bhtshop.com.
Rosie will be accepting calls the last hour of the show. Call in early for the queue fills up fast. The number to call is 1-714-888-7516.
*The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*