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Simple Tools for Overcoming Adversity with Charlotte Cassidy, Counselor
Are you finding life's challenges overwhelming?
Are you searching for easy, quick relief with lasting results?
On today's episode of The Voice Of Change with Victoria Christine, I am interviewing special guest Charlotte Cassidy. Charlotte Cassidy is a professional counselor with experience in the revolutionary new subfield of pyschology known as energy psychology.
Join us for an enlightening conversation as we delve into highly effective techniques and processes to resolve problems quickly, find relief and healing that has been elusive, and transform your life.
Our discussion includes:
-The hidden blocks keeping you from being successful
-What you need to know transform your past and struggles (knowing this is vital to succeed!)
-Re-wiring your mind for success - Overview of techniques to rewire you for success
Get unstuck now! Overview of EFT - a techniques that shifting your energy quickly and easily
Charlotte Cassidy assists her clients to achieve their optimal level of functioning in their personal lives, careers and relationships.
When life just isn't good enough and you long for more, receiving support and facilitation from Charlotte Cassidy may be just the thing you need to boost your recovery, get past daunting challenges, and enjoy life again.
Learn more and sign up to work with Charlotte Cassidy by visiting her website here.
“Truly the greatest gift you can give is that of your own self-transformation.”
- Lao Tzu, Chinese Philosopher
Shalom everyone, tonight will simply be a continuation of more good teachings and discussion based of the wisdom and pyschology manifesto of Dr. Umar Johnson. In the abuse series part 1 and part 2 of last night and this morning we learned many things that cause Black men and women to have negative and violent relationship with one another. I also offered some of myown personal experience to show that we as women need to know and not (ignore) a mans character. A mans character says everything about him and so does a womens. It was revealed that good character or either bad character all rest with "OUR MINDS" so I would like for us to continue to dissect our patholgies and dysfunctions so we may know (truthfully) what it is we need to work on and fix so we as individuals, and couples can heal and fix ourselves so that when we come together we may have a more perfect UNION instead of a imperfect FATAL ATTRACTION. All calls are welcome tonight. So grab your your beverage, light your incense and most definitly go tell a friend that your sacred best sister friend El maat (aka) Shiloh is here to offer the 9Mind perspective and SOULutions on how we may havr better relationships based off committed Covenants and not simply lust and physical, animal attractions. https://www.facebook.com/9MINDsacredBlacksisterhood
The Psychology of a Man - What Women WANT to Know Pt. 5 (Fatherhood)
Rickey Jasper was born on 28 July 1963 in Parkdale, Arkansas. Graduating valedictorian, he has earned a Bachelor of Sciens (BS) degree in Politcal Science with a minor in Accounting from Southern Arkansas University; a Master of Business Adminstration (MBA) in Management from Louisianan Tech University; and a Master of Science in Accounting (MSAC) from Strayer University. He is currently working on completing his Master of Divinity.Called to ministry, Rickey is licensed and ordained. He currently serves as the Assistant Pastor at the First Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Leesburg, Va. Married Almost 28 years to the lovely and talented Sheila D. Jasper, Rickey and Sheila are proud parents of two handsome and gifted sons: Rickey Lane Jasper II ("RJ"), graduate of James Madison University, entrepreneur, and model; and Desmond "Tyler" Jasper, a sophomore at Radford University.
Patrick Pete is a minister licensed to preach the Gospel under the leadership of Pastor John K. Jenkins at First Baptist Church of Glenarden. His passion is discipleship, in particular, the discipling of men. Minister Pete served as the Director of Brothers in Discipleship (BID) for over a decade. He also served as an Elder at the Peace Fellowship Church in Washington, DC. He is married to his lovely bride, Gwendolyn Pete, who is a powerful woman of God in her own right. He has two children, Johnnie B. Pope III (Sherry Pope) and Bianca Pete, and 2 grandchildren, Alanna, Gabriel and one on the way, Ethan. His passion is to preach the Good News of Jesus, specifically, that no matter what adversity you face, God brings you to it, not to bring you through it, but to have you use it to accomplish His purpose for your life.
Hill Harper Discusses the African-American Family http://youtu.be/KWnN8U1N1mQ
W.E.B. Du Bois and the Sociology of the African American Family
African Americans and Family Relationships, Dr. TSanders-Hunter1 http://youtu.be/UEKErRJwI94
To Rebuild Black Wealth, we MUST rebuild black families http://youtu.be/ZR0-x4rOQcA
Perspective on family role and rule problems http://sfhelp.org/fam/roles_rules.htm
African American Family Facts http://disq.us/8jcxu
The Psychology of a Man - What Women WANT to Know - Part 3 (From Boys to Men)
Rev. Michael Bell, Jr. is the Executive Minister at Allen Chapel and Managing Minister of Purpose to Praise Ministries. Purpose to Praise is Allen Chapel's satellite ministry located in Baltimore, MD. Rev. Bell, Jr. did his undergraduate studies at Bowie State University and is currently doing his Master's of Divinity studies at Payne Theological Seminary.
Glenn Robert Love, a Baltimore City native, is currently pursuing graduate studies in Sociology and Public Policy. His research focuses on education and income inequality, particularly the ways in which schools promote (or limit) students' upward social mobility. Glenn has devoted his life to reducing barriers to opportunity for youth from less privilieged and unstable backgrounds and mentoring young, African American males. He has more than 7 years of experience teaching at primary through post-secondary levels. Mr. Love obtained his bachelor's degree in political science and sociology from Coppin State University and received advanced research training at Princeton and Duke Universities.
Diwee Sewell is the Chief Marketing Officer for a marketing company that he created named Oval Associates. He is widely known for promoting high end events in the DMV as his company specializes in event branding and club promotions. His passion is mentoring youth. He developed a youth program called "Youth Gentlemen's Society." an after school program that targets at-risk youth. He also volunteers as a mentor with "Operation Timothy" which is a mentoring program that he helped to develop for his church Set The Captives Free. His beloef is that our purpose in life is not "just" to be successful, but to matter - that we ever existed at all.
The Psychology of a Man - What Women WANT to Know - Part 2 (From a Pastoral Perspective - From the Streets to the Pulpit)
In this episode you'll hear from 3 pastors that will share their hearts, convictions, insight, knowledge and wisdom on the topic as they share their journey of change and restoration.
Rev. Duane E. Dickens, Sr. was born and raised in Washington, D.C. The second identical twin born to the late James W. and Jean I. Dickens. He has 10 sisters and brothers. He met the former Vernessa L. Reid and married in June 1992 and have three children: Duane, Jr. (8); Quincy Emmanuel (6), and Amber Jeanell (3).
Dr. Robert “Bobby” Manning proudly serves as the Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church of District Heights. Under his leadership, the church has grown significantly in number as well as local and global impact. Dr. Manning is a native of the Washington, D.C. area where he and his wife LaVera currently reside with their three sons Levi, Reuben and Joseph.
Reverend Dr. Michael E. Bell, Sr. is the Pastor of Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, in Southeast, Washington, D.C. He is married to Lena Michelle Bell, the father of Michael Jr., Kristen Nicole and Dominique Emanuel. He is also the proud grandfather of four boys and one girl.
Welcome Family to another edition of Making the Connection. Join Soke Haisan Kaleak and co-host Salim al-Rashid Hanshi,Friday 6/13/14 @8pm Where we will answer a often asked question , Are Sanuces Ryu's offensive techniques "overkill" and what is the pyschology behind these lethal techniques. Come share your questions and comments on this most important subject and perhaps Soke Haisan Kaleak can bring all of us to a level of understanding. Visit us at Docradio.net or call (716) 686-6825. Don't speculate get the answers from one of the True GrandMasters of Sanuces Ryu Jujitsu. Remember it would not be family without You.
in Self Help
This episode features renowned speaker, author and pyschotherapist Bill O Hanlon as he discusses his own journey as a "reformed workaholic busy guy" to having enough time, money and energy. Bill shares tips on how you can find more time for yourself, and offers a special gift to listeners: His entire Enough Time and Enough Money program, which has sold for $300.00
To learn more, and to get immediate access to the course, visit
SHOWTIME: Friday, May 9 at 11:30AM/PT 2:30PM/ET
Body Dysmorphic Disorder is real and can ruin your life. People who are obessed with plastic surgery and continue to get mulitple procedures to fix themselves, may have this disorder. This fixation with a preceived body flaw can be all consuming to where the indiviudual who sees this flaw cannot think about anything else.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Dr. Tara Fields, joins Michele Garber to shed some light on this dark disorder.
TARA FIELDS Ph.D is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice for over two decades. She was the host of WETV’s Fix My Family. Tara has hosted her own daily talk show on major radio stations and was one of the original therapists on both A&E’s Intervention and Hoarders. She has frequent guest expert appearances on Dr. Phil, CNN, HLN and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
To learn more about Dr. Tara Fields visit her at drtara.com
Hosted by Michele Garber, Founder of NipTuck Coach
My guest for 05/07/14 is Michelle Millis Chappel.
Michelle has a PhD from Princeton, is an internationally-acclaimed musician, businesswoman and keynote speaker who inspires us to be more creative in work, school and life.
After being voted “Most Inspirational Professor” at the University of California, Santa Cruz, she ditched academics to follow her childhood dream to be a singer-songwriter. Since then she’s had top 10 and 20 radio singles overseas; a #1 hit on US college radio; 7 songs featured on ABC, HBO, Encore, and Showtime; and won 17 Billboard International Songwriting awards.
For the past 18 years Chappel has used music in her workshops and talks to help thousands of people, ages 14 to 84, find their life calling.
During the show I'll be playing an inspiring song by Michelle. The song's title is A Little Bit of Heaven and it's from Michelle's album Let Your True Light Shine.
To connect with Michelle online, visit her website at www.michellechappel.com
in Self Help
Do you know someone suffering from depression? Perhaps you have it , or are living with someone who has it? The truth is that even in this day and time when we have so much convenience and gadgetry, we should be having an easier life. Do we? With the divorce rate greater than 50%, economic uncertainty, increases of chronic illness, our lives are rampent with traps and pitfalls. What you don't know about depression with alvolutely shock you. Join Dr. Kevin and Vonda in a multi episode discussion on Depression. There will be heartfelt stories, testimonies and opportunity to have the Awakenings Team work with live callers.
Let the Awakenings Technique be your portal to a life of peace and freedom.