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Carol the Coach will be interviewing Deborah Schiller who is the Program Director of Gratitudes at Pine Grove Treatment Center. She will be discussing what going into a residential treatment center is like for an individual who presents with sexual addiction, sexual anorexia, or relationship compulsivity (called by some love addiction). She will discuss the definitions of addictions and the existence of process addictions, such a sex addiction, which is sometime controversial. There are genetic and environmental components to all addictions. These factors as well as thinking problems, emotional disregulation, and ongoing problematic behaviors are taken into consideration when a treatment plan is designed for a residential patient. She will talk about how sexual addiction is diagnosed and what the chance for maintaining a live of recovery is. In contrast she will talk about healthy sexuality which many people struggle with because of their addictions have never been in a sober sexual relationship.
Sexual Addiction is a disorder that requires strategies to assist you in maintaining recovery. This show is to help you access the books, the experts and the people who are managing recovery with The 12 Step Program and Patrick Carnes Recovery Task Model that reinforces the steps you need to take to manage your recovery and take your life through the journey so that you not only conquer the "Addict" but develop into the person you were meant to be!
Carol the Coach is a Certified Sexual Addictions Therapist who is ready to take you on the journey and expose you to the experts who will guide you through the steps.
The April 11, 2013 program is a repeat of the March 14 program, which was not available due to technical problems. CJP apologizes to all for the inconvenience.
Steve Corsi, Psy. D., Director, Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS), and Dr. Marty Nelson, DFS Clinical Services Division Administrator, will present “Trends in Youth Residential Treatment 1999-2012” on the March 14, 2013 Children’s Justice Project Permanency Series on BlogTalkRadio. The Wyoming State Bar has approved this presentation for 1 CLE credit.
Director Corsi and Dr. Nelson will discuss research relating the length of stay in residential care to positive outcomes for youth who are placed in residential treatment centers (RTCs). Their presentation will cover best practices in residential care including high levels of family participation and a strong focus upon discharge planning with an emphasis on community supports.
DFS White Paper: Trends in Youth Residential Treatment 1999 – 2012 Best practices relating to placing children in residential care
Steve Corsi, Psy. D., Director, Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS), and Dr. Marty Nelson, DFS Clinical Services Division Administrator, will present “Trends in Youth Residential Treatment 1999-2012” on the March 14, 2013 Children’s Justice Project Permanency Series on BlogTalkRadio.
Director Corsi and Dr. Nelson will discuss research relating the length of stay in residential care to positive outcomes for youth who are placed in residential treatment centers (RTCs). Their presentation will cover additional best practices in residential care including high levels of family participation and a strong focus upon discharge planning with an emphasis on community supports.
This research and the fact that Wyoming ties with Colorado for placing the highest percentage of its children/youth in residential treatment has led the Department to begin taking steps toward improving RTC outcomes and building community supports. Director Corsi will review these plans and answer questions and hear comments from those who participate in the session.
On December 4, 2014, Tami Harris explained their program to facilitate spiritual life in Heritage School in Utah, a secular Therapeutic Boarding School and Residential Treatment Center for adolescents. Tami is the school's Director of Spiritual Care and their Chaplain. In this interview she describes her mission to give all students the opportunity to grow in their spiritual life in addition to the emotional growth and therapeutic healing which is the overall mission of Heritage School. Participation is not required, but most of the students decide on their own to either practice their own religion they were raised in, or to sample other practices of religions they are not familiar with. The goal is to make sure this spiritual and religious opportunity is available. The latest addition is the first Kosher Kitchen in a RTC in the country for their Jewish students. This joins the regular Catholic Mass on campus, various Protestant denominations services and non-denominational service opportunities that are spiritual in the sense of giving.
801-473-6843, email@example.com, www.heritagertc.org
What causes premature menopause or ovarian failure? What are the symptoms? What can you do to prevent and treat it? Host Dawn Davenport, Exec. Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support organization, will interview Dr. Mark Perloe, Medical Director of Georgia Reproductive Specialists in Atlanta. He received trained at Penn State University and the University of Wisconsin before completing an Reproductive Endocrinology fellowship at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Benjamin Leader is Director of Clinical Research at ReproSource, a clinical fertility testing and research laboratory dedicated to improving reproductive health. Dr. Leader is a Harvard and MIT-trained physician scientist.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
Blog summary of the show
More Creating a Family resources on premature ovarian failure can be found here.
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DNA Vs M Ciddy: Rap Grid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_-KLjURgdo
KG The Poet Vs Danja Zone: Smack URL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOUxaxUuW24
Bigg K Vs Arsonal: Trap House https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgzyGRtI90YU
Pamflit Vs Calcium Kid: Don’t Flop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMO3DaCAldo
Lexx Luthor Vs N Pose: KOTD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLaD31yY43s
T Rex Vs Danny Myers http://battlerap.com/news/2015/01/8834-t-rex-face-danny-myers-battle-olympus
Hollow Da Don Vs Charlie Clips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy8Sd5eH1no
Millions of Genetically Modified Mosquitos to be released into Florida to help fight new disease… Thoughts?? http://www.foxnews.com/science/2015/01/26/fda-could-set-millions-genetically-modified-mosquitos-loose-in-florida-keys/
Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.
Never before have insects with modified DNA come so close to being set loose in a residential U.S. neighborhood.
"This is essentially using a mosquito as a drug to cure disease," said Michael Doyle, executive director of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, which is waiting to hear if the Food and Drug Administration will allow the experiment.
Dialysis Talk with Dialysis Advocates about their trip to New York last week where they held talks with those interested in furthering the rights of Dialysis Patients and working conditions of those working in Dialysis.
The Founders of Dialyis Advocates were interviewd for an upcomoing documentary under direction by Gordon Skinner an award winning Documentarian.
Part of this discussion will cover changes to Dialysis Advocates website, formation of a 5013c Non-Profit organization, an 800 Abuse and Non-Compliance hot-line.
For information go to http://dialysisadvocates.com/
Mari Hall is a multifaceted woman; a Life Skills Coach, Trainer, and Motivational Speaker. Her focus is on providing individual and couples skills to return to a balanced state. She specializes in stress reduction, women’s’ issues and family mediation services. Her goals are to continue to inspire people to remember their birthright and live life fully.
Mari has been a teacher/practitioner of Reiki for over 30 years. She has a private practice and also does distance work and phone consultations. She travels to teach all over the world.
She taught and lived in Europe for over 18 years. During that time she founded and still directs the International Association of Reiki. Through this association she has taught over 50,000 people Reiki and authored and had 9 books published on Reiki in many different languages.
In 2009 Mari met Tadao Yamaguchi in Bogotá, Columbia where they were speaking at a Reiki Conference with Arjava Petter. She took her first Shoden and Okuden courses in Bogotá with Tadao and Arjava. She became a Shihan Kaku or assistant teacher of Jikiden Reiki in May 2011 and has assisted in a large number of courses since 2009 with Arjava. The seminars replicate those taught in 1930s and are based on over 65 years of treatment experience. She became a Shihan in May 2013.
Mari is also a designer of very special one of kind prayer beads. Her designs incorporate precious and semi precious stones and prayer. She has an extensive web site devoted to the use of prayer, mantras and beads for health and harmony.
Are you part of the 1 billion people in the world who have IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)? How did you feel when you received your diagnosis? Were you hopeful that you would be given a treatment that would cure you of your symptoms? I know I was. However, no such thing exists.
Why? Because IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion. Your doctor has ruled out all other diseases and you’re left with a bunch of symptoms without a known cause. All of the medications available for IBS are designed to help with the symptoms; they are not designed to cure you of the underlying cause. And in my case, the medicines didn’t help.
Fortunately, that is all changing. Research is confirming that we may actually know the cause of IBS. To make the long story short, it appears that IBS may actually be SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth).
Bob Zima, MA/LCPC, is a self described “Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back.” He has experienced many trips to the gates of Hell and has lived to tell the tale.
In this short, 15 minute podcast, Bob shares with you his insights and lessons learned from several trips to Hell and back.
Today’s show features a discussion on how gaining and maintaining sobriety is a scorched earth process. The one seeking recovery needs to give up their favorite coping techinque, social support networks and leisure activities just to get "healthy."
Although sobriety is a goal, for may who suffer from addictions, they know all to well the price that is needing to be paid. A little compassion and understanding from the rest of you (and us) goes a long want in securing a sober future.
Start with the Chart; How charting empowers you to gain Fertility Literacy. When we say The Pill, we all know which drug(s) we are talking about; Birth Control. The pill is so often prescribed, it doesn't even need clarification! But what are the downsides and why are women changing their minds?
On this episode of Eating for Meaning, I am headed back to one of my original passions in my naturopathic medicine career, Fertility! Fertility Literacy is a growing area for women of childbearing years, as dangers of the pill grow they want to do it the Red Tent way, free of hormones. Just ask my guest, Dr. Nora Jane Pope ND. She says "Start with the Chart!" to get to know your body and gain fertility literacy.
Nora Jane Pope, ND, is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor in private practice in Toronto since 2002. She has a special interest in women’s health, epilepsy, Marfan syndrome, fertility literacy, and harnessing drug-herb interactions to increase treatment efficacy. She is an Natural Fertility Practice advocate and looks forward to the day when all women attain fertility literacy and know when they are fertile.
To learn more about Dr. Millie visit her website, or click the link to download hypnobirthing CD Facing Birth Under Hypnosis
Are there new treatment options for the relapsed/refractory myeloma patient? Dr. Ravi Vij, MD of Washington University School of Medicine describes some newer approaches and therapies now in clinical trials.