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“If you live life the way athletes play sports you will always have a win!” - Dr. Donna Dannenfelser
Dr. Donna Dannenfelser is a psychotherapist with years of professional experience helping those in need. She has been featured on the shows Dr. OZ, The Today Show, Flipping Out, Interior Therapy, Crowd Goes Wild, TMZ Sports, and Bloomberg TV News.
The TV series, Necessary Roughness, featured on USA Network® was based on her life and has won awards for mental health awareness. She served as their Co-Executive Producer. Radio Talk Shows have featured Dr. Donna as she speaks out about Mental Health Issues. She has served as the sports correspondent to the Today Show, Bloomberg News and TMZ Sports. The New York Post has christened her the "Dr. Phil of Sports Psychology."
Dr. Donna currently blogs for the Huffington Post in her blog series, "Life Is the Ultimate Team Sport.” Her latest book, "Game On!: What I learned During My Time As The Shrink To The New York Jets," is a best seller, both nationally and internationally. Visit http://www.drdonnad.com. Also, check out Dr. Donna's Heartcockle Blog.
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What does it mean to be an integrated adult? How do we accept grace into our lives? Join us as author and psychotherapist David Richo talks about growing up, growing whole, and living with grace.
David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T., is psychotherapist, writer, and workshop leader. He teaches at a variety of places including Esalen and Spirit Rock Buddhist Center. He shares his time between Santa Barbara and San Francisco, California. Dave combines psychological and spiritual perspectives in his work. His two most recent books are:
How to be an Adult in Love (Shambhala, 2013)
The Power Of Grace: Recognizing Unexpected Gifts on the Path (Shambhala, 2014)
The website for books, CD’s, and events is davericho.com
Greetings to all God's people I pray blessings over you and your families. My guest tonight is a woman of courage Nancy O'Farrell is the Author of A Story of Grace she will discuss the many trials in life as a Retired teacher reflects on her life and why there’s more to live for Montgomery, Ala. – At 34-years old, life for Nancy Kruithof O’Farrell already seemed futile. She has decided to kill herself. But God’s grace intervened, and O’Farrell embarked on a long and powerful journey of healing. In Endless Waves: A Story of Grace, she shares her life story and reveals the painful details of her struggles.Through narrative, journal entries, counselor’s notes, poems and scriptures, this memoir tells more than a story of abuse, addiction and relationship issues. It shares the specific, detailed steps that aided O’Farrell’s healing. “How can something from so long ago still have such an effect on me?” O’Farrell said. “How can it be possible that the way I look at people and events today is based on what happened more than fifty years ago? This is such scary stuff to talk or write about.”Bottom of Form.O’Farrell shares with readers how she was redeemed by God’s power and love, and she offers encouragement for others who face the same challenges.
When it comes to love there is a thin line between love and hate & admiration and obsession. Some are willing to go to extreme lengths for the person they love.
When in love some people find themselves doing things that they normally would not do. What lines would you cross for love? Would you compromise your moral value or you virtue?
Join us Wednesday, August 29th @ 9pm EST as we ask what would you do for love? You can listen live directly from your phone by dialing (347) 989-1140 or you can stream live.
hello and welcome everyone to Gods true life line ministrys, the watchmen report with me nancy as your host for this evening and brother barney as we share the word of God and bring you the news in these end times amen . so dont miss out as we get closer and closer, to the lords return. we start @ 9:00 central time . amen and God bless all .see you there.
Tonight, 8/19/2015, Host, Psychologist & Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard talks with Nancy Deville, author of, Death by Supermarket. The fattening, dumbing down, and poisoning of America. Sign-up For Our Newsletter. Wellness help now! Blood Type specific supplements!
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Anna Walton, Psychotherapist and founder of Thrive Counseling Services discusses Grief and Loss in Adoption as well as the beauty of the birth mom, the truth of their courage, love and commitment. Do not miss this amazing conversation!
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Castro Valley, CA – Every day for the next 15 years, 10,000 baby boomers will reach age 65 and they are retiring at 10,000 per month. Meanwhile, Millennials now make up the largest segment of the labor force. There are now as many Millennials in the work force today as Baby Boomers. The United States is bursting with a population dealing with change. The profession of coaching is burgeoning to meet that need.
Nancy Montier is the founder of Emerging Brilliance, a co-active coaching practice dedicated to helping Millennials and Boomers have meaningful work, relationships, and life experiences.
“Emerging Brilliance is my platform to help people figure out what they really want to do when they grow up,” laughs Nancy. “I love nurturing a new beginning for somebody who has buried their truth (like I once did) or who refuses to do so like Millennials.”
Nancy specializes in Co-active coaching, a method of working with a client to co-create the process of change.
“They are actively a part of the process of coaching; in some ways they coach themselves,” says Nancy.
Nancy says the process begins by carefully designing an alliance with a client – a powerful, safe relationship that is different than that of a friend, a therapist, minister or family member.
Next is to get a picture of who her client is and where they are right now. What are their values? What are their goals? The next step is to make their vision of the future a reality – this is about personal transformation, growth and incremental change.
“We’re a whole person so I work with people on their whole life,” says Nancy. “If you change one thing you change everything.”
For more information on Emerging Brilliance, visit http://www.emergingbrilliance.com
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Joining us in the studio, once again, is Alzheimer's Specialist, Nancy Turco, Executive Director of Arden Courts - Alzheimer's Assisted Living. Nancy has specialized in motivating persons with Alzheimer's disease through the use of music and meaningful activity programs.
Laura Gelezunas calls in from the retirement mecca Puerto Vallarta MX. We'll see what's happening there
hello and welcome to Gods true life line ministrys, friday service with me your host nancy, as me and judy talk about the truth about the bible and what it really says , amen so dont miss out on the this word and message we start @ 9:00 central time. see you there or be sqaure. God bless all.
hello everyone and welcome to Gods true life line ministrys, with me of course your host for tonight, nancy, barney, and judy. amen as we talk about greed, and how people can become very greedy, and why. so dont miss out on the word tonight. at the round table. amen and God bless.
How many social media apps can you name? And how many of these does your teenager have on their phone? It's not just facebook anymore, and technology has paved the way for newer (and possibly more dangerous) apps that you aren't aware of. Snapchat, twitter, instagram, kik, whisper, tumblr and many more are here today and gone tomorrow. But what they were created for is not always the reason they are used by many teenagers. Join psychotherapist Tom Stevens as he interviews actual teenagers and finds out what life is like in the world of social media from a teenagers perspective. Call (347)838-9737 to listen LIVE on your phone or even to make a comment or ask a question. Parents this is your chance to get up to speed and know what you need to know about the world of social media.
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