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On the Wednesday broadcast at 12 Noon PT/3PM ET October 28th, 2015 our special guest is Judson Brewer MD PhD, of Claritas Mind Sciences (@ClaritasMind).
Judson Brewer MD PhD founder and research lead at Claritas Mind Sciences is a thought leader in the “science of self-mastery” with 15 years of experience in mindfulness training. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, spoken at international conferences, and his work has been featured at TEDx, Time magazine , Forbes, BBC, NPR, and others.
Some of the topics we'll expore during the program include:
What is Mindfulness?
Why does it work on cravings & addictions?
Tell me about the evidence that you have developed for smoking cessation.
How is mindfulness different than other behavioral health approaches for cravings & addictions?
What will you be working on after Smoking Cessation?
Join co-hosts Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters for an interesting exploration into the behavioral and population health connection.
Co-Parenting With A Toxic Ex : What To Do When Your Ex-Spouse Tries To Turn the Kids Against You: Dr. Amy J.L. Baker
In Co-parenting with a Toxic Ex, Dr. Amy J. L. Baker, a nationally recognized parenting expert discusses positive parenting approach to dealing with a hostile ex-spouse. You'll hear how to avoid the most common mistakes of co-parenting, how to avoid "parental alienation syndrome," and effective techniques for talking to your children in a way that fosters open and honest response. In addition, you'll hear how to protect your children from painful loyalty conflicts between you and your ex-spouse.
Listen Taped Live - Rose Colombo N The Justice Club - MWF 9am-10:30am pst and 12-1:30pm est - Rose's guest is Randall Brewer calling in a 9:30am pst or 12:30pm est - to share information on how to remain positive spiritually, physically, and emotionally and get through the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Rose also shares information on the issues of the day and the invasion into the USA by "refugees" interweaved with radicals which she believes was created for the invasion of Western Civilization to achieve domination as written by the Muslim Brotherhood. This has also been the goal of the Communists who were defeated during WWII by the Americans. If you have a topic or book you'd like to share message Rose at Facebook/Rose Colombo. Check out Facebook/The Justice Club - Follow Twitter@Rose4Justice - Listen Live Worldwide online, podcasts or at (347) 324-3704 - All shows are archived at www.freedomizerradio.com or at Rose4Justice Blogs N Radio Shows - www.rose4justice.com - Bookmark - Follow - Like
My Five Sisters - Pam Franklin
My Five Sisters is a story of sibling abuse, child neglect and multiple personalities (now called Dissociative Disorder). How long can a child be tortured mentally and physically by a sibling and still not suffer permanent psychological damage? Today's guest will tell you an entire
childhood. "By the age of six, she realized there was something drastically wrong with her sister, Angela. Angela, not knowingly, could switch from one personality to another in a matter of seconds. Not only was there a mental change, but there was also a physical change. Each of the five personalities had their own voice and facial expressions. They dressed differently and reacted to Patra differently. Two of them loved her, Kind and Hero, two of them tolerated her, Normal and Sad, and one of them hated her and wanted her dead, Angry." This is a conversation you do not want to miss.
All The Things We Never Knew: Chasing the Chaos of Mental Illness
Sheila Hamilton is a reporter who lived the biggest story of herlife--her husband's descent into mental illness. Sheila Hamilton missed the signs as her husband David's mental illness unfolded before her. By the timeshe had pieced together the puzzle, it was too late. ...
Now, a decade after David's death, Sheila and her daughter have learned the power of choosing life over retreat; let themselves love and trust again; and understand the
importance of forgiveness. Their story will resonate with all those who have
loved someone who suffers from mental illness.
Phoenix Rising: Toni Hickman
Toni Hickman was growing her career as a Hip-Hop artist until the
unthinkable occurred. This young, healthy woman had a brain aneurysm
in 2004. She fought back and came back to her art, her music, her
life. Until 2007 - and another brain aneurysm and a stroke. Listen to
Toni's story of recovery, inspiration and power!
Huot Dara - Executive Director, The Phare Cambodian Circus
Touted as one of the first and most innovative businesses in Arts and Culture with the vision of artists' career and social development in Cambodia, HUOT Dara is spearheading the establishment of this new company starting from project planning, revenue planning, financing sources, operations and strategic planning and budget optimization for this project. Learn about the school formed by refugees that relies heavily on art therapy to help heal the wounds and grow emotionally sound and healthy children. Learn about the "Ghost Children," and the "Monkey Children" and this extraordinary group of creative performers.
"We once disposed of our dead in earth-friendly ways—no chemicals, biodegradable containers, dust to dust. But over the last 150 years death care has become a toxic, polluting, and alienating industry in the United States. Today, people are slowly waking up to the possibility of more sustainable and less disaffecting death care, reclaiming old practices in new ways, in a new age." Author of Greening Death , Suzanne Kelly traces the philosophical and historical backstory to this awakening, captures the passionate on-the-ground work of the Green Burial Movement, and explores the obstacles and other challenges getting in the way of more robust mobilization. As the movement lays claim to greener, simpler, and more cost-efficient practices, something even more promising is being offered up—a tangible way of restoring our relationship to nature."
Wellness Planning: 365 Days of Healthy Living For Your Body, Mind and Spirit
Join Dr. Brewer and her guest, Amanda Smith for a discussion about this practical tool for the emotionally sensitive person looking for an easier way to track emotions and behavior as well as monitor progress over time.
The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Wellness Planner is a helpful tool for anyone who struggles with emotional sensitivity and/or Borderline Personality Disorder and wants to work toward creating a healthier, more meaningful life--a life worth living--by balancing acceptance and change.
iscover the value and details of mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness."
The Subconscious: Your Port In The Storm
Life is a constant process of growth: evaluating what you’ve done, noting your mistakes, making the necessary adjustments, reevaluating, and starting all over again. Throughout this cycle, the “person” that can help you out the most is within you—your subconscious. Author Felicia Drury Kliment discusses her views of the undiscovered aspects of the subconscious, considering why its judgment is wiser than that of the conscious mind and under what circumstances the subconscious is most likely to transmit its advice.
What Aging Men Want: The Odyssey as a Parable of Male Aging Author, John Robinson is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, and the author of eight books on the psychological, spiritual and mystical potentials of the new aging. John takes "… an ancient fairy tale, and uses it as an allegory for midlife men in search of an authentic life."
Dr. Joshua Gamson brings us extraordinary family creation tales—his own included—that illuminate this changing world of contemporary kinship. ... These are not your grandparents’ creation stories. ... Combining personal memoir and ethnographic storytelling, 'Modern Families' tells a variety of unconventional family-creation tales—adoption and assisted reproduction, gay and straight parents, coupled and single, and multi-parent families—set against the social, legal, and economic contexts in which they were made. In these stories, family creation was painstaking and sometimes difficult. ... Becoming parents involved jumping tremendous hurdles—social conventions, legal and medical institutions—with heightened intention and inventiveness, within and across multiple inequities and privileges. ...Yet each of these families, however they came to be, shares the same universal joys that all families share.
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