• 01:00

    DFS White Paper: Trends in Youth Residential Treatment

    in Education

    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. 

  • 00:01

    Trends in Youth Residential Treatment 1999-2012

    in Education

    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.

  • 00:59

    Recovery after Intensive Treatment with Carol the Coach

    in Self Help

    Do you think that you might need intensive treatment? Carol the Coach interviews "Joey" who went through intensive treatment and wants to share his hope-strength and recovery with our listeners. He talks about the his realization that he needed Intensive Residential Treatment and then he talks about the extra steps that he took to get and stay healthy. It is a big decision to invest in intensive programing so listen to how he made the decision and what he is doing back in his community to stay healthy!

  • 01:11

    Conversations with the Master-Dr. Patrick Carnes with Carol the Coach

    in Self Help

    Carol the Coach is checking in with Dr. Patrick Carnes to get his take on the evolution of Sexual Addiction. In this riveting interview, he will be discussing what he believes will be necessary to maintain good recovery for the future. Dr. Carnes is a nationally known speaker on sex addiction and recovery isssues. He is the founder of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals and Gentle Path Press. He  has written numerous books on sexual addiction and recovery, including.... Out of  the Shadows:Understanding Sexual Addiction,  A Gentle Path Through the Twelve Principles, and Recovery Zone. He is a Senior Fellow of the Gentle Path treatment program at the Meadows.


    This is an opportunity for the listener to hear from "The Master" and find hope, strength and recovery that comes from sexual addiction.

  • 00:30

    The Legal Show To Treat or Not To Treat

    in Legal

    Attorney Sarah Avraham and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.
     
    The audience should know that although Ms. Avraham is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.
     
    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
     
    “Cassandra” the name used by the Connecticut Supreme court, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in September, but decided she did not want to complete the prescribed treatment.  Her mother supported this decision, but the Department of Children and Families stepped in and ordered her mother to comply with the doctor's treatment recommendation. Both the mother and the daughter appealed this decision to the state’s highest court, which then decided that the 17-year-old lacks the maturity to make such a grave decision and denied her request that she be allowed to make her own medical decisions. Tune in to hear the hosts weigh in on this very controversial case.

  • 00:29

    Mary Grace on Women of Wisdom

    in Motivation

    On Women of Wisdom today, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Mary Grace. It is her intent to keep a child in her home for up to one year’s time (from the date we exit S. Sudan) so that he, Khan Chuol  Lam, can heal from his amputation wound and receive free treatment from medical professionals near her home in Durham North Carolina, in the USA. She also worked as an EMT and Physical Therapy Assistant, so she have some knowledge of how to help a child at home. To learn more about Mary Visit http://www.gofundme.com/if7kac. And be sure to visit http://www.wincharles.com/ to learn more about your host. FOLLOW this program www.blogtalkradio.com/wcawomanwithcp

  • 00:30

    Why Congress can do it and the American people can't Veterans Can’t!

    in Entertainment

    “Our drug laws in this country, as a whole, need a revolution of common sense and compassion,” Booker explains.


    Under the proposed bill, marijuana would be reclassified allowing for more research into its medical benefits, while allowing U.S. military veterans to get a prescription for marijuana for the treatment of illnesses, including PTSD.


    “Once you make the class of drugs Schedule 2, you can research it and find out what are the medical impacts, and when can you use it” Gillibrand said. “That is what’s necessary here, it’s so simple.”


    Booker then turned to his fellow lawmakers who have admitted to smoking weed.


    “Let’s stop the pot hypocrisy,” Booker said as Gillibrand laughed. “We now have three presidents that have admitted to smoking marijuana. People in public office, all throughout the Senate, have said, ‘Hey, I’ve smoked marijuana recreationally.’ How much of a hypocrite do you have to be to say that I broke American laws using pot as a recreational thing, that I’m not going to support this idea, as a medicine for severely sick people, that they shouldn’t be able to access this drug.”


    Later in the program, President Barack Obama gave qualified support to the bill, saying, “We need to follow the science.”

  • 00:30

    "Facing Breast Cancer" with special guest, Paulla Miller

    in Christianity

    Join me today as we begin a 4 part series on Breast Cancer. This is part of the educational process we do here on "conversations with cinthia" and is intended to support, educate, and advocate for ourselves, loved ones, and our community at large. The prevelance of this horrific disease has caused us all to experience it in some way.  Maybe you have just been diagnosed, maybe you are in the middle of your treatment, maybe you have had a "scare", or, maybe you know someone in the midst of it.  Today I have a very special women, that is not only a breast cancer survivor herself, but is the "Community Outreach and Patient Manager, Certified Breast Navigator and Breast Advocate at the Honorhealth Breast Health and Research Center in Phoenix.  Paula meets with the newly diagnosed patients and their co-survivors, as well as, being the program manager for the support groups, wellness programs and resources. I know you will be blessed and encouraged by the information and education available in today's show. 

  • Your Heart influences Your Body, Mind and Spirit

    in Current Events

    Are you having heart health issues and think drugs and surgery are the cure all?  Do you have a heart 'condition' and you agree with the physician concensus to 'watch and wait'?  What are you waiting for?  How did you get in that situation?  What can you do on other levels of your life to nurture or improve your heart health?  Is it really that easy?  Or is it so hard that you choose not to look at it and do something this lifetime?


    Dr. David Johnson, MD is a board certified cardiologist and works with patients to find the root cause of disease.  His training is both traditional and alternative which allows him to view the whole person in looking at symptoms and designing a treatment plan. 


    Dr. Dave will be sharing with Dr. Jeanette Gallagher, ND, board certified Naturopathic Physician about the energies in our body, our heart and spirit which can influence our overall health.  The heart is not just an individual organ that works or when broken a drug can fix.  The heart is the energy center of our body and along with the soul, spirit and mind, can influence our path in life.


    For more information visit:  www.davejohnsonmd.com

  • 00:50

    Show-#31-Guilt Free Eating: having your cake and eating it without guilt.

    in Motivation

    1st Guest: Lindsey Smith, Author, Speaker, Health Coach.


    www.FoodMoodGirl.com


    The Food Mood Girl, Lindsey Smith, is a health and wellness coach with passion. She is author of several books including her upcoming book, Food Guilt No More. She helps people uncover their cravings and emotional connections with food so they can live a healthy and happy life. She has been a featured expert on The Lisa Oz Show, CBS News Stations, WTAE and KDKA Pittsburgh Today Live. She loves kale smoothies and rapping about self-love.


    2nd Guest: Susan Liniewski, CPC ELI-MP  


    www.wingsof.com 


    I am an eating disorder survivor I was dx at 48 with chronic anorexia and severe depression. So many relapses, a heart attack and several hospitalizations including spending most of 2007 in treatment, I recovered in spite of myself.  I went back to school at the age of 59 and became a Certified Professional Coach. I also reached the status of Master Practitioner Energy Leadership Coach.  I am coaching around eating disorder recovery and discharge. I have developed a unique discharge program. 


    3rd Guest: Barbara Biziou, Global Ritual Expert and Vision Coach.


    www.barbarabiziou.com


    As a global wisdom keeper and an agent of change and transformation, Barbara seamlessly integrates her extensive knowledge of practical spirituality, rituals, psychology, neuroscience and business into her practice.  Her greatest passion is marrying cross-cultural ancient rituals and applying them to current times, creating what she refers to as the “alchemical art of ritual fusion.”


    Barbara creates rituals for men and women going through all of life’s transitions as well as businesses, Broadway shows and non profits. She is the author of 2 books and blogs for The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Rewireme.com and What Now, WhatNext. 

  • 02:01

    "The Road to Recovery" hosted by Daniel Czuba-working to eliminate the stigma..

    in Radio

    ... of RECOVERY from ANY Addictions.


    Hey Everyone - WOW! What a weekend I experienced in San Diego this past weekend! Filled with surprizes, disappointments, a few problems, but all - in - all,  a most wonderful time!


    I have AA and working my program to Thank for being able to experience my Youngest Daughter, Natalie's Wedding First hand!


    How did this come to be? Why not listen in to Sunday evenings show and join me LIVE as I review a life centered on SOBRIETY - absent of alcohol and drugs, yet enjoying a life better than any I had when I was out drinking and drugging.I'm a real person who used to struggle with my addiction. No longer do I struggle with alcohol. Life can be a bit unforgiving - but never enough for me to want to go back out and drink. I work my program EVERY DAY! JOIN ME!


    Sundays show will welcome your calls - LIVE! 323-580-5755 or email me at daniel@daare.com and share your own - Experience / Strength - and Hope. A candid discussion about recovery from addicitions, where to get help and how to stay the course.


    I REALLY HOPE YOU CAN JOIN ME/US!! 323-580-5755 - Listen / learn / share and grow! No matter what you are addicted to - we have a program that can help! If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired... DON'T MISS OUR SHOW!

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