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  • 00:25

    Parent 2 Parent Talk

    in Parents

    Parent Action Community (PAC) was established in 2005 by parents concerned with the behavior and condition of today's youth. We are a fully-accredited 501(c)3 charity equipping young adults for the responsibility of leadership.


    OUR MISSION: To Equip, Empower, and Educate "At-Risk" Youth And Young Adults between the ages of 13 and 24. We develop their Knowledge, Personal Skills, and Motivation to Reduce Adolescent Pregnancies, High School Dropout Rates, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, including HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Juvenile Delinquencies, and Reduction In Crimes through a Comprehensive, Community-Wide Collaborative Effort to Improve Academic Achievement in order to be Career and College-prepared.

  • 00:58

    Dr. Aikyna Finch will discuss the topic:The POWER is within Y-O-U!!!

    in Women

    Dr. Aikyna finch, DM, is a Educational & Social Media Mastermind! She is empowering peoople daily to go after thier dreams regardless if life's circumstances. Tune in as she shares... The POWER is within Y-O-U!!!


    Dr. Finch has more than 18 years of professional experience in the education, career management, and training sectors.


    She has published a wide variety of academic articles and conference proceedings, and has presented nationally and internationally on topics related to youth and adult education, e-Learning, and organizational human resource development.


    www.changingmindsonline.com


     


     

  • 00:59

    the Power Hour with Daiva MacKenzie

    in Self Help

    The Power of Back to School – Back to school time brings a new season for the entire family! Nutrition plays a significant role in academic success of students. Key to keep in mind when packing lunches and planning meals. But back to school also means time more time to focus on yourself and time to boost the entire family’s immune system!  Email DaivaFit@gmail.com or tweet @DaivaKE

  • 00:56

    Coach Steve Clark PhD Show: Guests Little Mo's Carol Weyman and Cindy Brinker

    in Sports

    Welcome to the Coach Steve Clark Ph.D Show where he aims to encourage, inspire and equip coaches, players and parents who in turn inspire and equip others to promote tennis, foster sportsmanship, and develop greater players and people.


    Today's Guest or Topic


    Carol Wyeman is the 25 year executive vice presidentof the Maureen Connolly Brinker Tennis Foundation and the founder of the Road to the Little Mo Nationals and Internationals emphasizing full court 10-under tennis and sportsmanship.  She was also the Virginia Slims of Dallas tournament director in 1989.  "Little Mo," or Maureen Connolly, was the last American women to win the Grand Slam. Cindy Brinker Simmons, Mo's daughter, has been the president of the Maureen Connolly Brinker Tennis Foundation since 2007. 


    A bit about your host, Coach Steve Clark


    Having over 25 years of collegiate coaching experience with teams as high as #16 NCAA and players in the top 5 and former players in the top echelon of the ATP, Coach Clark engages guests and the listeners in an array of topics ranging from momentum management to between point management; from elite coaches and players as guests to the mechanics, tactics and sports psychology for the determined club player.  And beyond the normal discussions often around tennis, Dr. Clark will entertain topics as wide as collegiate recruiting, team promotion and fan building for coaches, to topics for the parents-coach dynamic.  Having a PhD and numerous other degrees and being a former NCAA All-American and successful player beyond, he understands and has a deep concern for the academic, personal and athletic development of players and students. Thanks for tuning in.  Please call in live or leave your questions on email at steve@coachsteveclarkphd.com.


     

  • 01:38

    Every Man Standing In His Place: Ministers of Education With Silvester Henderson

    in Religion

    Prepare to be blessed by the men of God on two special editions of "Every Man Standing In His Place".  This week I was joined by God's Mighty Ministers of Education; Dr. Silvester Henderson and Mr. Glen Pearson


    God's Mighty Ministers of Education will be back in the house! Dr. Silvester Henderson, and Mr. Glen Pearson; Director of the Boys Choir of Harlem will be sharing with us the importance of music and education.


    Silvester Carl Henderson is a nationally recognized Professor, educator, motivational speaker, business owner, respected real estate investor, community artistic organizer, musician/artist, and conductor of the Gospel Song. Presently he serves as the full-time Professor of Choral Activities and Chair of the Music Department at the Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, CA where he directs the College Chorus, Chamber Chorale, and the Gospel Choir. In addition to those responsibilities, he also teaches voice classes, applied vocal lessons, music theory, class piano, musicianship, classical piano and gospel piano. the Fall of 2000, Professor Henderson developed a “Gospel Piano Curriculum”, which was the only collegiate academic course of its type, in the State of California.


    Glen Pearson has brought sensitivity and expression to the widest variety of music imaginable. His performances on stage, television, radio, and in recording studios have included his well known position as principle keyboardist for Regina Belle, as well as pianist and arranger for such notables as Jimmy Scott, Earnestine Anderson, Melba Moore, Diane Reeves, Marlena Shaw, Bobby Hutcherson, Delfeayo Marsalis, James Moody, Frank Morgan, Chico Freeman, Will Downing and Kevin . Mr. Pearson also served for eleven years as the Musical/Band Director for the World Renowed Boy’s Choir of Harlem.

  • 02:56

    Everything with Kathy B, Dr. Aesha, Allana Pratt, Bigg Mommap

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us tonight for The Ladies Lounge and  Whatz Da Buzz with Bigg Mommap


    6:15-Dr. Aesha Adams-Roberts


    Dr Aesha specializes in African American, Christian and interracial dating. Dr. Aesha equips, empowers and inspires her listeners and clients with practical strategies to help them find and keep love in the ever-changing modern dating world. After years of making painful dating mistakes, including a broken engagement to an emotionally & verbally abusive man she dated while in college, Dr. Aesha overcame low self-esteem and discovered secrets to how men think & what makes relationships last. Dr. Aesha quickly noticed that the matchmaking & dating coaching industry didn’t speak to the special needs and unique experiences of African American professional women or women of faith. Drawing on her academic expertise researching African American women’s voices, Dr. Aesha gives unique strategies for women of color in their search for love and marriage.


    7:15- Allana Pratt


    Featured on CBS, TLC, FOX; coach to celebrities, Allana has triumphed over an internal war of body shame and sexual guilt that was destroying her confidence, joy and softness. Now, author of three books, she pole dances for pleasure. She inspires women to embrace their sacred erotic nature to attract all the love and attention they choose; she heals men’s emasculated hearts, cures their ‘nice guy’ and awakens their noble badass honoring of women. Thousands flock to her sexy empowering show, Intimate Conversations LIVE. 


    8- Join us for Whatz Da Buzz with Bigg Mommap as she spills the tea on the 411 trending in Social Media.

  • 00:20

    2015 Convocation Speaker Tyler Herbert

    in Higher Education

    Stetson University 2015 Convocation guest speaker Tyler Herbert talks about his life's journey during an inspirational speech to students at the start of the 2015-2016 academic year. Herbert is a 2006 Stetson graduate who lives in New York City and works with the acquisition group at Invesco Global Real Estate. With a B.B.A. in Finance from Stetson, and an M.B.A. from the University of Oxford, Herbert served on Stetson’s School of Business Administration Board of Advisors for four years. When he was a student at Stetson, he was a member of the Roland George Investments Program and played on the men’s soccer team. He serves on the board of Youth Factor, a non-profit that he co-founded with fellow Stetson alumnus Matthew Morton, that focuses on empowering youth to affect change in communities, programs and policy. (In the audio, Tyler is introduced by Stetson University President Wendy B. Libby.)

  • Difficult Patients and Difficult Decisions: Give Me A Break

    in Health

     



    Are you a therapist, nurse or other Health Care Professional feeling overworked and underappreciated?    
     Do you sometimes have difficulty setting boundaries with patients or their families?  
    Are you frustrated by patients who cannot or will not follow through with recommendations?      


    If  you answered "yes" to the above questions, you will want to join me and my guest, Clinical Pscyhologist,     Dr. Angelo Domingo.


    Over the course of his clinical career, Dr. Domingo has gained an awareness for the ways in which mental and physical illness, and environmental stressors combine to impact an entire family. Individualized treatment plans may include: stress management, psycho-education, relaxation, meditation, and traditional talk therapy based on each patient or family's individual needs.


    With an active psychology practice at Parkinson Place, in Sarasota, Florida, Dr. Domingo has also developed a skill for helping other health care professionals set healthy boundaries with patients and families. When memory problems or dementia impact a patient's participation in treatment, he can help therapists develop behavior modification strategies which may improve patient adherence.  


    Face it, we wouldn’t be working in health care if we didn’t care about people, but, sometimes,we need a little self-care. 


    So, grab your lunch, and join the discussion.  


    Call in toll free number, send a confidential email: info@voiceaerobicsdvd.com or tweet @voiceaerobics #givemeabreak


     

  • 00:59

    The weekly conversation

    in Current Events

    This week on the conversation the life and death of Indycar driver Justin Wilson. A special letter from the Wilson family I will read to all the friends who loved Justin. My experiences meeting him twice what a great Impressing he left. Something he did in death that rings true to me from meeting Justin.  Also 2 TV news person's  from Virgiana shot dead on live TV the latest on that shooting a developing story.  Plus does the Media glamourtize the shootings and make the shooters look like a celeberity in the mind of a psycho? Donald Trump still in front of the GOP race becoming more and more believeable as a man who could be president. Will Biden run and put his hat in for president  and run, I know Michelle Obama would be a shoe in for president if they want to keep his agenda going.  With the clean sheet last week against Newcastle United where does the team go from here. Do we need a striker or not that is the big million dollar question. That and much much more So join me for The Weekly Conversation the conversation your apart of.

  • 01:21

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1168

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guests are Alan and Barbara Cohen from Connecticut, husband and wife. He's an attorney and author (aka Avi Morris) who's written about the experience of being a foster father in his book "Crocodile Mothers Eat Their Young". Barbara's a now-retired teacher, a middle-school language arts and literacy specialist who continues to teach adult literacy classes. It was her observations of children being removed from abusive homes that led the couple to become foster parents. They began fostering teens after their own three sons were grown and on their own. Their experience with a girl and her sister became the models for the novel's main characters, which has led them to become speakers at various foster care foster care and child abuse advocacy groups. Alan and Barbara's family has not been immune from the ravages of child abuse and trauma. Their niece survived the abuses of her grandfather, but is now a major success story. There were extreme bumps along the way, including she and her younger brother becoming wards of the state after falling into drug abuse. She attempted suicide twice before age 17, and was sent to a year long rehab. When she emerged she was dedicated to sobriety, finished high school with a GED, and got straight "A"s in a community college. Her brother, who Alan and Barbara fostered, is the other side of the coin. He is still struggling with drug abuse and in the process lost an academic scholarship to a good university. "In the meantime," Alan reports, "the grandfather's abuse pretty well tore apart the whole immediate family. There are many victims of one person's abuse."

  • This Week's Guest is Selina Matthews, PhD

    in Health

    Clinical Depth Psychologist, Author, and Keynote Speaker Selina Matthews joins us this week on The Best Years in Life Radio.  Selina addresses life span issues and personal transformation from a psycho-spiritual approach to help people find their authentic self and life purpose.  Join us as she discusses The Transormational Power of the Voice.


    During the first half hour, Tony will go over additions to our website and talk about the health topic of his choice.


    During the second half hour, Luella's topic will be: PTSD and how to address it naturally.

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