• 00:27

    Work Smarter Not Harder

    in Health

    This is the 200th Episode of The Music Therapy Show! To celebrate, I'm going to share my secrets for working smarter, not harder, as a music therapist in private practice for over 20 years. I've worked with all kinds of populations, from neurological impairments to developmental disabilities to psychiatric disorders. I've had contracts with home health agencies, hospitals, school districts, and hospice. Through the years, I've devoloped strategies that work for me, and I'll share them with you.

  • 01:01

    CJP Training Series - Dispositional Hearings 101

    in Education

    Dispositional Hearings 101.  Aaron S. Hockman, J.D., Chief Trial and Appellate Counsel for the Wyoming Guardian ad Litem Division, will provide a presentation on dispositional hearings in Wyoming’s juvenile court, including an overview of relevant Wyoming statutes and procedures related to these important hearings.  The presentation will provide basic information on procedural and evidentiary processes specific to disposition hearings in abuse and neglect, Child in Need of Supervision (CHINS) and delinquency cases.

  • 00:31

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Alan Noble. Alan will be chatting with me today about his book, Climbing for Roots: Christian Foundations for Young Believers.


    About the book:


    Sin, that diabolical disease of the spirit, has infected the entire human race! What is it? Essentially it is missing the mark. Mankind has been missing the mark since Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. After that, everything went south. God’s perfect creation was in need of repair.


    But because of His great love He sent His Son, Jesus, to make things the way they were supposed to be. The same immeasurable power that created the universe gave all of mankind an ability to be in God’s fellowship because of what Jesus did for us.


    Climbing for Roots will explain fully the sin that so completely corrupted creation, and the plan of God for our salvation. We learn that Jesus is not only our Savior, but is also the Lord of our lives. What does that mean? That obedience will never earn us God’s love but it will always produce blessing. We learn that our salvation is secure, but we must strive for obedience because we are created to do good works.


    About the author:


    Alan R. Noble is a born-again Christian, schooled in the Word since childhood. Mr. Noble was educated at William Paterson University, a liberal arts institute in Northern New Jersey, and received a B.A. in education, with a certificate to teach elementary school. Later, he received an M.A. in Communication Arts, and a certificate in supervision. He worked as an educator for 31 years. Alan and his wife, Kathy, reside in Kansas City, MO.

  • 02:58

    SPECIAL GUEST Dr. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene

    in Education

    Dr. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene will be speaking with us on /


    EDUCATING OUR YOUTH FOR THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY /


    Dr. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene (formerly Booker T. Coleman) graduated from New York University in 1977, with a Bachelor of Arts in International Politics, with a minor in Caribbean Studies. He acquired his first Master degree in 1987 at Hunter College in New York City, majoring in history. He acquired his second Masters degree in 1988, at City College in New York, with a major in Education Administration and Supervision. /


    Dr Kaba is looking forward to taking questions /   CALL # (347) 308-8131 -  press #1 to speak

  • 00:38

    Global Art Project for Peace: Joyously Creating a Culture of Peace through Art

    in Art

    Join us on November 25th at 8 pm Eastern as Katherine Josten, artist and founder of the Global Art Project for Peace discusses how local communities from across the globe actively join together to promote peace through art.  Hear how this work inspires personal and social evolution through creativity and learn how you can participate in this project with thousands of others to share your own artistic expression of friendship and peace to form a Global Community.


    Katherine Josten is an artist, educator, speaker and Founder/Director of the Global Art Project for Peace, a multi-cultural celebration of peace and diversity that has involved 130,000 participants in 85 countries on seven continents. The mission of the Project is to joyously create a culture of peace through art. Nominated for a UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence, the Global Art Project for Peace gives people in local communities an opportunity to join together to form a cooperative Global Community.


    Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Stephen is a nationally recognized expert on how to maintain your performance under pressure and the Chair of the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Taskforce on Safety in ADR. 

  • 00:30

    Good Kids’ Supervision While Mom “Biz”-ing It

    in Women

    The limiting belief that you really can’t be both a great wife and mother and a successful mom business owner will crush you under its weight. Being a successful business owner and mother entails finding the right ways to supervise your kids. In this episode Christina discusses how to be good at both.

  • 01:00

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tara A. Owens was named athletic director of BCCC on January 18, 2010.Owens will enter her second year as the head coach of the women's basketball team. In Owens first season as head coach, the women's basketball team posted 21 wins in the season on the way to capturing the 2013-14 MD JUCO Championship. The Lady Panthers eventually felll to Harford Community College in the Region XX Championship.Before coming to BCCC, Owens spent two seasons (2007-09) as the head women’s basketball coach at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Va.Prior to NSU, Owens served as the head coach at Elizabeth City State University for three seasons, compiling a 58-31 record and leading the Lady Vikings to the finals of the CIAA Tournament on two occasions (2005, 2007).In 2006-07, Owens led ECSU to a 21-10 record, one of two 20-win seasons during her three-year tenure. After falling to North Carolina Central in the CIAA Tournament championship game, the Lady Vikings earned an at-large berth to the NCAA South Atlantic Regional. That team was led by CIAA Player of the Year Celeste Trahan, a Daktronics Division II second-team All-American.Owens got her start in coaching at Division II Cheyney (Pa.) University. She served as an assistant coach for two seasons prior to taking over as head coach from 1998-2004. At Cheyney, Owens also held the title of senior woman administrator and project administrator/activity director for the National Youth Sports Program (NYSP).A 1993 graduate of Virginia State University, Owens played for the Trojans from 1988-1991. She received her bachelor’s degree from VSU in physical education/health and completed her master’s degree in administration and supervision at Cheyney University in 1998.Owens holds memberships in the National Association of Female Executives, Women's Basketball Coaches Association and the Black Coaches Association.

  • 00:23

    Judy Morris: Feng Shui Expert

    in Spirituality

    Judy Morris has worked as a Time-space feng shui professional and teacher for over 25 years and has clients throughout the United States, Caribbean, Canada and Europe. She is the first American certified to practice and teach Classical Chinese Feng Shui, and she is the first American designated as a Feng Shui Master through the Feng Shui Research Center founded by Master Joseph Yu.

    She came to the feng shui profession from a successful 20+ year career as a management consultant, personal and business productivity coach. "My years as a consultant taught me to appreciate the impact our environments exert on our happiness, health, productivity and relationships," she recalls.


    "I searched for a teacher who was grounded in this rich Chinese system. I was especially attracted to Toronto-based Master Yu because of his background is mathematics and physics," she recalls. "He is a scientist who set out to disprove Feng Shui and, in the process, became so convinced of its validity and power that he is recognized today as one of its most respected proponents." Master Yu is one of the top Classical Feng Shui Masters.

    For years Judy searched for a Qi Gong master to assist her in having a deeper experience of the energies she works with in Feng Shui. Instead in 2004 she  met Dr. Barry A. Morguelan who is one of fewer than 10 who have successfully completed the training to help people connect to the underlying root energy and to teach others how to stay connected and use that connection successfully. Through the ongoing learning and employment of these practices under the expert supervision of Dr. Morguelan, she has been able to surpass the general expectations of her clients and students in the efficacy of the Feng Shui services she provides and teaches.


    Website: www.energyforsuccess.org

  • 2nd Chance for ex-offenders w/Vicki

    in Radio

    Vicki's radio broadcast provides an open forum discussing support services and real issues for individuals who have been arrested, convicted or incarcerated and trying to re-establish themselves in society with housing, career, family, community and church.


    Vicki Hallman-Bowman, a native Dallas Texan who retired from TDCJ Parole after working 32 years in case management and executive leadership, is now the Program manager for Oasis Center, a 5013C non-profit organization where she coordinates the collaboration and communication with partners who provide reentry supervision, programming, and treatment for the formerly incarcerated, the disenfranchised, and the vulnerable persons in Dallas county and surrounding areas. Her additional responsibilities also include the supervision of the case managers and the oversight of the case management process to include all facets of programming provided to the clients and their families.


    She served as Regional Director for the Parole Division in the North Texas area. Her tenure in this capacity allowed for her to manage the development, implementation, and planning of all parole related functions in this area.  She has been the instrumental force in developing programs for the 22,000 parolees that reported in her area.  Programs that were gender based, cognitive restructuring, cultural based life skills, anger management and other influential curriculums that have provided impact and as result has received many recognitions throughout the country


    In July of 2014, the History Makers proudly announced that her documentary has now been made a permanent part of the History Makers Collection at the Library of Congress. 


    She is the wife of Jeffery Bowman, a mother of three, Tiffini, Janelle, and Nickolas, a proud grandmother of three and the daughter of Bobbie and Curtis McCarty.  She is a member of Mt. Rose Church where Bishop Jeffery Thomas is the pastor.

  • 00:58

    Dr. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene (aka Dr. Booker T. Coleman)

    in Education

    Kaba Hiawatha Kamene was born with the name, Booker Taliaferro Coleman,Jr., at New York Hospital, on Monday,November 16, 1953. He is a teacher, consultant, administrator, staff developer and curriculum writer. Kaba Hiawatha has been an educator in Bronx, N.Y., since October 6, 1979. Presently, Brother Kaba retired from the NYC Department of Education (July 09) and is a consultant to Academic institutions, educators, parents and community members interested in teaching and learning. He married Sharen Deans on May 1st, 1981. They have three (3) children, two (2) girls Sasha (b.1984), Candace (b.1988) and one (1) boy Heru (b.1994). Throughout the 90’s Kaba Hiawatha served as Curriculum and Staff specialist on several New Vision and Charter School teams. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene received his Bachelors Degree in International Politics from New York University, his minor was in Caribbean Studies (June77). He got his first (1st) Masters of Art in World History from Hunter College, N.Y. (June 87). He received a second (2nd) Masters of Science in Educational Administration and Supervision, from City College of New Over Kaba Hiawatha’s long career in Education, he has consulted many Boards of Education, Schools, Community, Parent and Student groups. He has visited many classrooms around the country and implemented successful strategies in the teaching/learning process. He is firmly dedicated to the belief that culture plays a vitally important role in education and proudly credits many of his academic views to his teacher world-renowned, educator, Professor John Henrik. In September 2001, he implemented his lifelong goal of developing an African-Centered Science Academy named, “Per Ankh (Temple/House Of Life)”. Kaba Hiawatha functions as the Academy’s Principal Facilitator and Chief Executive Officer.


    bio copied: http://www.dominiquediprima.com

  • 01:56

    Never Say Never: Johnny Youngblood

    in Wrestling

    Your hosts, David Lynch and William Lavell settle back in the studio this week for a conversation with a man that has had much controversy in southern West Virginia professional wrestling. While some of these details will be touched upon, that's not what this episode is about. Listen in as Mr. Youngblood talks on training under Jimmy Valiant's supervision, transitioning from manager to wrestler, working barefoot, staying true, and comparing working in movies with working in the squared circle.

    Plus, we take a look back at the weekend's festivities in West Virginia as SCW, PCW, Mega, and UWA all hosted events around the state. News on upcoming events in your area. Talk on NJPW and GFW. Banter, both positive and negative, about WWE. Hope for TNA. And David gets hooked on the equivalent to crack.
     


    You can listen to this and any episode of WVIPW Radio right here at www.blogtalkradio.com/runhomerecordings. Be sure to visit www.facebook.com/WVIPWRadio and hit "Like" to get all the up to date news, events, and podcasts in the great state of West Virginia.


    Not near a computer? Got a question for the show? Then call on in at (657)383-0080.


    WVIPW Radio is independently owned and operated and has no affiliation to any professional wrestling organization. We proudly support the lifeblood of the sport. We encourage everyone to go out and support your local promotion, but leave the drama at the door. West Virginia has some of the greatest talent on the east coast. If we all band together, we can make the world take notice.

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