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  • 00:26

    SONYA MUHAMMAD M.A. MFCC, PPS......ADHD Myth & dangers of psychotropic drugs,

    in Family

    Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer


    Guest:  SONYA MUHAMMAD M.A. MFCC, PPS


    Sonya Muhammad is a marriage, family, and child counselor and life coach. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Theater Arts from Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois, her Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California, and her Educational Counseling Certification from the University of La Verne in La Verne, California. Ms. Muhammad has devoted over 25 years to working with children who have difficult behaviors and other life struggles, while providing their parents with parent education and support .


    Ms. Muhammad is an adjunct professor at the University of LaVerne in LaVerne , California, and she has served as a counselor/coach in a variety of school districts and county agency settings working with children K-12 and their families. Ms. Muhammad has extensive experience in providing a variety of counseling and educational services to foster youth, and it was during her 12 years with Los Angeles County Office of Education/Foster Youth Services, that Ms. Muhammad became aware of and concerned about the massive psychotropic drugging of children who reside in out of home placements. This particular interest in the psychotropic drugging of foster children who have no voice and no power.

  • 00:41

    Dosage and Calculations II and Pharmacology II

    in Education

    Welcome to the second part to Dosage and Calculations II and Pharmacology II. Enjoy your learning journey!

  • 02:03

    The Branden Johnson Show: Gumbo Mix

    in Culture

    This week we will continue to unravel the Sandra Bland death and why it means so much to the black Twenty and Thirty somethings of today. Delve into why this situation should matter to everyone who promotes justice and fairness.We will also cover the hot topics that matter to our communities. You are welcome to drop your seasoning into the pot. The only way we get to the bottom of the pot is by all of us pitching in to provide our views and opinions. Once we have voiced our thoughts we will conclude with solutions that our listeners can use to affect change in our respective neighborhoods and country.


    Rodriguez v. US, 13-9972 (SCOTUS 2015)-The Court ruled that a traffic stop, absent reasonable suspicion or consent, cannot be extended even for a few minutes after the conclusion of a traffic stop in order to conduct a K-9 sniff of the vehicle. In this case the driver was stopped and issued a warning. He was then asked for permission to remain so the officer can conduct a K-9 sniff. The driver refused. The officer detained the driver anyway until another officer arrived. The officer conducted the K-9 sniff approx. 8 minutes after the stop was concluded. Drugs were found in the vehicle after the K-9 alerted. The driver was arrested. The Court held that the detention beyond the length of the traffic stop was an unreasonable seizure in violation of the Constitution.


     


     

  • 00:44

    The Facebook Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    I will be dicussing Facebook,what are the pros and cons of Facebook? Is Facebook having a negative affect on Americas society? If so how is it affecting users? Do you know facebook conducted psychological test on their users without their consent? Lets have some real talk.

  • 00:30

    Ibogaine, 18-MC, and Addiction

    in Self Help

    Our guest this evening is Stanley D. Glick , Ph.D. , M.D., Professor Emeritus at Albany Medical College, who will be talking about his research on ibogaine and the ibogaine congener 18-MC (18-Methoxycoronaridine) and their potential as anti-addiction drugs.

  • Origins of Ideas on Love and Loss - General Psychology Lesson #1

    in Relationships

    Attachment can be defined as an emotional connection to someone, feelings of security in the person’s presence, and protest on separation from this attached person (Stroebe, M.S. & Archer, J., 2013).  An attachment is an emotional connection to someone such as a child to his or her mother.  This need for attachment is a fundamental part of their human experience as periods of separation cause anxiety, but the attachment serves a biological purpose and increases the infant’s chances of survival.  


    Taken from: American Psychological Association Review of General Psychology Vol. 17, No. 1, March, 2013

  • 01:59

    Hard Starboard Radio: "Let It Burn" vs "United We Stand, Combined, We Kick Butt"

    in Politics Conservative

    ObamaCare is accelerating healthcare spending; Yet another anti-Boehner House "coup"?; Tom Brady tried to cover up "Deflate-gate"; Is Hillary Clinton going senile?; Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Martin Dempsey commits career suicide; Donald Trump endorses amnesty (again); and which psychological path should defeated conservatives take - Heath Ledger's Joker or Douglas V. Gibbs?

  • 01:48

    Sex And Education: Exclusive Interview With Dave Pounder

    in Entertainment

    Dave holds a bachelors degree in finance from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, a masters degree in information management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State Univeristy, and he was accepted, with full scholarship, into doctoral programs at Indiana University (Bloomington) and Concordia University (Montreal) to research sexual decision making and evolutionary psychology.  He was also accepted into the graduate program in public health at UCLA.



    Dave is the executive producer of Risky Business: A Look Inside America's Adult Film Industry, a political and public health documentary that examines the social, psychological and economic impacts of performing in adult films.  He is also the author of Obscene Thoughts: A ographer's Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating, a book distributed by Amazon.com that examines the behavioral economics of sex, love, and dating from an evolutionary perspective.


    Sources: www.davepounder.com

  • 02:16

    Up Late with "The Butcher" and Steve LaFrate

    in Religion

    Join hosts Dave "The Butcher" Clifford and "The Professor" Steve LaFrate as they take your brains on a journey via your earholes. Only on the ACSLIVE.TV family of podcasts, available through the FREE ACSLIVE MOBILE APP, available on iTunes and Google Play. The number to call if you'd like to participate is (347) 857-1024, and all you have to do to be heard is push "1" after it picks up. Brought to you by Paul "Mr Wonderful" Orndorff and Every Victory Earned. 

  • 01:18

    It's a Fish - The Rise of Comedia Genius Rusev

    in Wrestling

    Jim and Shane find out their childhood hero is a racist. After this revealtion about their respective deceased fathers, they also discover Hulk Hogan is a bigot. They will discuss noted racism on the part of Hulkster, while avoiding any confrontation  of the harsh truths of their internal psychological torment. RAW on Monday also avoided similar issues.


    We will talk about the stand-outs from the G1 Climax Tournamanet of New Japan Pro Wrestling and perhaps TNA


    We'll have a special caller who attended last week ROH pay-per-view, live form Balitmore, Maryland. Will the fun ever start.

  • 01:17

    Untold Story of the Buddha's Wife w/Janet Surrey

    in Spirituality

    Join me tonight as I chat with Janet Surrey, a Buddhist dharma leader and clinical psychologist internationally known for her work on relational theories of women's psychological development, diversity, mothering, adoption and substance abuse as we discuss her new book, The Buddha's Wife.  Tune in and learn about the Princess Yasodhara and why her story matters in the 21st century.  Hear about this demystification of the Buddha's sacred myth and how Yasodhara's story represents the inequalities that are still present in many traditional religions and faiths.