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COPING: WHAT IS YOUR PERSONAL EMOTIONAL SURVIVAL TECHNIQUE? with PENNY COHEN, LCSW
Penny Cohen is a transformational psychotherapist, relationship counselor and the author of “Personal Kabbalah: 32 Paths To Inner Peace & Life Purpose.” Find her at www.pennycohen.com.
We all have one whether we know it or not and that is an Emotional Survival Technique. On the show my guest and I will explain what it is and why we all need one in order to Cope with life’s challenges and pitfalls.
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This episode features a discussion with author and psychotherapist Reverend Lea Chapin – who is also a bona fide Channeler (psychic) who has worked with the FBI and authored several books including The Twelve Mastery Teachings of Christ. In this conversation she shares uplifting interventions from her book as well as discusses with Dr. Kemp the fears and doubts people have about spiritual gifts and psychics. Differences are then shared between tapping into one’s “own inner knowing” versus channeled information from a channel or psychic. The discussion also explores Rev. Lea's personal journey from victim to victor with regard to forgiving childhood abuse, and how she triumphantly became a healer using traditional remedies along with alternative and holistic healing modalities that led to her uncovering her spiritual gifts.
Listeners are welcome to call in with questions to 1-347-877-0795 or send questions via the website to DrAmeliaKemp.com (click the radio show link). This show is based on the book by Amelia Kemp, Ph.D., LMHC - From Psychotherapy to Sacretherapy - Alternative Holistic Processes for 170 Mental and Emotional Diagnoses Worldwide.
eCareDiary will speak to Mara Botonis, best-selling author of, “When Caring Takes Courage” and Founder of Biography Based Care offering tools, resources and training for family caregivers.
Accounting for the Numberphobic: A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners by Turnaround Expert Dawn Fotoulus
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Dawn Fotopulos. The original live interview was 2/13/15.
You wouldn’t drive a car with your eyes closed. Yet that’s essentially what you’re doing if you’re running your business without understanding the very basics of how to read your financial dashboard. Illustrated with wit and humor-Ron Bucalo, a 20 year Disney veteran, illustrates each chapter of Accounting for the Numberphobic with wit and humor that makes a brittle topic like accounting fun and engaging to read.
Dawn Fotopulos is an experienced entrepreneur and small business turnaround expert. As a leading expert in her field, Dawn has appeared in MSNBC’s “Your Business”, the NY Times Small Business Summit, the Kaufmann Foundation’s Fast Track Program, and Forbes. Dawn specializes in “Ah ha!” moments.
Currently Dawn serves as the Associate Professor of Business at The King’s College in NY. She’s also the founder of BestSmallBizHelp.com, a site dedicated to helping struggling solopreneurs.
Her website is www.bestsmallbizhelp.com/
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For more information about the Executive Girlfriends' Group see: http://www.executivegirlfriendsgroup.com
Are you helping a family member, spouse or someone in need but losing yourself in the process? How can you find comfort and support for you when your daily activities take every ounce of life out of you? Can you love and care for others but also love and care for yourself? What are the limits of our heart strings? And can we recognize what is within our grasp to help and what is not in our power to change as God's plan is in control?
Peter Rosenberger, author of Hope for the Caregiver: Encouraging words to strengthen your spirit will be sharing his personal story and how he now helps others to find the support caregivers so desperately need. Peter offers caregivers practical, faith-based and compassionate help and understanding. He will be sharing about loss of identity, isolation, fear, resentment and guilt while offering hope to those who care for others.
For more information visit: www.caregiverswithhope.com
Jessica Fox, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore (MD) visits Anna's Journey to talk about Caregivers and Support Systems that play a major role in the life of a cancer patient...
and the importance of caring for themselves as well as the cancer patient...
How can someone assist in the care of a cancer patient?
How important is it for the primary care provider to care for self!?
and so much more...
Listen to the show live at 8AM on Thursday, April 23 or listen to the replays
24/7 on the website... www.blogtalkradio.com/anna-renault
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver’s Caregiver, as he interviews Author, Carol Levine, the director of The Families and Health Care Project at The United Hospital Fund, a health services research and philanthropic organization whose primary mission is to shape positive change in health care for the people of New York (and elsewhere).
Their campaign, Next Step in Care, provides easy-to-use guides to help family caregivers and health care providers work closely together to plan and implement safe and smooth transitions for chronically or seriously ill patients.
Transitions are moves between care settings, for example, hospital to home or rehab facility, or the start or end of home care agency services. Because transitions are often rushed, miscommunication and errors can occur.
Her book, Living in the Land of Limbo: Fiction and Poetry about Family Caregiving, is a first-of-its-kind anthology of short stories and poetry about family caregiving by renowned authors and others has just been published. Compiled and edited by Carol Levine, and published by Vanderbilt University Press, the new volume is a valuable addition to the national discussion on family caregiving and to the Fund’s work, which has focused on improving partnerships between caregivers and health care professionals since 1996.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SENTIMENTAL THINKING & EMOTIONAL FEELING? IS IT NATURAL FOR BLACK PEOPLE TO BE EMOTIONAL? WHAT IS WRONG WITH EMOTIONS? IS SENTIMENT A GREATER UPGRADE? ARE WE SUPPOSE TO BE EVOLVING INTO SENTIMENTAL THINKERS FOR THE FUTURE? WE WILL ANSWER ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Tune and and join our guest, The Remarkable... Michelle Bershell. Michelle will be talking about how "Emotional Stones can weigh you down"
In 2005, MIchelle experienced an emotional & Spiritual breakdown, let's see how she survived Sit back back and enjoy our conversation.
We are all wounded children, still living with the memories of hurtful experiences that limit who we believe we are worthy of becoming. Our guest today walks us through a process of inner healing of emotional traumas that may have affected us for an entire lifetime. Now is the season to begin again, without the painful baggage of the past
Domestic abuse can take many forms, one of them being emotional abuse. Many women face consistent emotional abuse that holds them captive because of their faith. In fact, their faith is used to enable their own abuse and they are left feeling it is God's will or their own fault.
Suparna Malhotra, host of the Gentle World Cafe on the Voice of Leadership Radio Network will be talking to Nataline Daycreator, author, speaker, minister and coach who will share her experiences about emotional abuse, what it ia and why it happens in this first part of 2-part series.
About our guest: Nataline Daycreator is the Ambassador and Founder of the UK based organisation, InterNations All Against Spiritual Abuse. Passionate to see individuals experience justice and freedom as a God given right, She campaigns with individuals, communities and agencies to raise awareness of Spiritual Abuse.
Through her personal struggle of seeking protection for herself and her children, Nataline learnt the harsh realities of a legal system that failed to recognise Spiritual Abuse and is now determined that the law provides remedies in cases where it is needed.
As a sought after speaker and international consultant on Spiritual abuse and Domestic violence within religion, Nataline draws from her personal journey of renewal and living in freedom after 14 years spent within a spiritual abusive place of worship in the heart of London.
Her first book, "Wounded Sheep" chronicles this experience and will be released in 2015.