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"I have been studying the effect of both words, 'Yes' and 'No' on the nervous system for many years," says today's special guest, Vivien Schapera MA. "And there's a distinct difference." "When you say or experience a whole hearted 'Yes,' it's a kinesthetic experience, meaning we can actually feel it as a sensation throughout our bodies."
Vivien Schapera M.A., trained in Clinical Psychology and with personal experience in recovery from narcissistic abuse, is co-director of Alexander Technique of Cincinnati, where she trains teachers of the Alexander Technique, which is a hands-on practice that retrains the neuromuscular system. She is also Founder of FourWinds Academy for the Healing Arts & Sciences and holds a Master's Degree in Psychology.
The Alexander Technique is a wonderful reorganization of psychophysical dynamics that feels more relaxing than a massage, yet is a kinesthetic lesson that teaches mind/body wholeness. This technique is a way to feel better, and move in a more relaxed and comfortable way; the way nature intended. An Alexander Technique teacher helps you to identify and lose the harmful habits you have built up over a lifetime of stress and learn to move more freely.
Vivien Schapera has worked in private practice, as a Teacher and Energy Healer, since 1983. Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Vivien moved to the USA in 1991. She obtained her degrees in Psychology at the University of Cape Town (M.A. 1984) and completed her training in the Alexander Technique at the Constructive Teaching Center in London.
Author of Beyond Trauma Drama, has 35 years of professional experience with countless generations of traumatized families as a Ph.D., Registered Nurse (RN), Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), nationally certified trauma and resilience therapist (ACTRP), certified Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC), and co-founder of Josephine’s Clinic, a non-profit serving those who have experienced human trafficking and violence. Through personal, professional, and volunteer experiences she discovered the key ingredient to healing trauma in children, adults, couples, and families and is author of the upcoming book, “Beyond Trauma Drama: Cultivating the Sacred Nature of Families to Heal.” From her earliest childhood, Dr. Kelly Bohnhoff experienced a deep devotion to vulnerable children, teens, adults, and families. She expresses herself best through speaking and writing, sharing her knowledge about the power that each of us has not only to heal ourselves but our children, relationships, families, communities, and the world.
Sacramento, CA – Sheila Dedenbach is the Founder and CEO of Heavenly Sweet, award-winning edibles sold in over 600 retailers throughout California and Founder and President of SD Pantry Inc, manufacturer and full distribututor of various cannabis product brands.
In their 9000 square foot manufacturing facility, love goes into every package of their hand crafted products with Sheila having a direct say in their development. In 2010, Heavenly Sweet became the first edibles company in California to begin lab testing their products, the first to put full nutirition panels on their products and they developed a dosing schedule more than a decade before it was mandated by the state of California. Heavenly Sweet has been at the forefront of California’s responsible cannabis-infused edibles wave.
“Our products are tested for safety, potency, and consistency. Each product is crafted by an experienced staff in a Department of Canabis Control (DCC)-certified commercial cannabis kitchen and we proudly make something for everyone.”
Heavenly Sweet cannabis-infused edibles are created with her own flagship product, cannabutter.
SD Pantry Inc, the manufacturer of Heavenly Sweet is perpetually in product development. They also manufacture (private label) products for other cannabis brands. To maintain uniqueness for each brand, when they manufacture products for one brand, those formulations will not be used on another brand.
Sheila says now that we have a better understanding of the healing power of cannabis,
Sheila states, “Once you taste our products, you will keep on coming back for more.”
For more information, visit https://www.heavenlysweet.com/
Welcome to the Call For Caring Empowerment Hour with Host Michelle Bolden and Special Guest Alonzo Wilson.
Topic: A Man's World
Happy Father's Day!! Tune in as Host Michelle and her guest Alonzo Wilson talk about his journey as a caregiver while caring for his Mom. This story is inspiring to all caregivers, especially men because it showcases the experience of caregiving from the male perspective.
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Sophia Dallas, Breast Cancer Survivor, CEO & Founder of Sisters Supporting Sisters shares her breast cancer journey and discusses her organization with special guest Natalie Feazell, Registered Nurse and Oncology Imaging Nurse Navigator with AdventHealth, who talks about the importance of mammograms.
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Immunotherapy continues to be an expanding and evolving area of research for AML with many drugs in development. One drug currently being studied is IMGN632, an antibody drug conjugate, that targets CD123-positive AML cells. IMGN632 has shown promising results in relapsed/refractory patients in previous AML trials.
Join us live on June 9th at 1 PM EST to learn from Dr. Kendra Sweet, an AML expert from Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, about IMGN632, an exciting new immunotherapy investigational agent.
During the show, Dr. Sweet will discuss what IMGN632 is, how it is helping AML patients and the current trial she is participating in that is testing IMGN632 alone, as monotherapy, or when used in combination with other frontline AML drugs. Learn all about immunotherapy and the role it can play when added to existing AML treatment modalities. There will be time at the end of the show to directly ask Dr. Sweet your questions!
Thank you to our episode sponsor, Bristol Myers Squibb.
The happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic discusses Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) on this one hour of wellness with a wow podcast.
PMDD is severe, sometimes disabling extension of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) that start about 7 to 10 days before a woman gets her monthly period.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists estimates that at least 85 percent of menstruating women have at least one PMS symptom as part of their monthly cycle. PMS is much more common than PMDD.
Biologic, psychological, environmental, and social factors all play a part in PMDD. It is important to note that PMDD is not the fault of the woman suffering from it or the result of a "weak" or unstable personality. It is also not something that is "all in the woman's head."
Rather, PMDD is a medical illness that impacts only 3% to 8% of women. Fortunately, it can be treated by a health care professional with behavioral and pharmaceutical options.
Podcast Guests: Dr. Andrea Chisholm OBGYN, Peak 10 Skin founder Connie Elder, We Are Diabetes founder Asha Brown, and Laura L., who are both living with type 1 diabetes.
Throughout the podcast, we will be playing selected songs from P.M. Dawn's live album courtesy of SONY Music.
On today's episode, our guest is: Prashant Natarajan, Vice President at H20.ai. Prashant is a seasoned global tech entrepreneur tasked with strategy and product-led growth at H20.ai, he is a best-selling author with his most recent release of “Demystifying AI for the Enterprise”, and also serves as co-faculty at Stanford Medicine. We discuss the growing body of AI and machine learning applications (both administrative and clinical) integrating #health #data, via #analytics driving value in the #insurance, #infomatics and clinical operations via #AI. Do follow his work on Twitter via @natarpr and @h2oai, respectively and on the web via www.h20.ai.
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Jon Sadler (1959-present) has had diagnosed with epilepsy since he was four-years-old.
"His book “Sailing through the Storms of Seizures,” inspires hope, through real life experiences, to help eliminate the stigmas caused by the fear and the misconceptions of epilepsy. The various types of seizures, the impact to family, friends, and career, and struggling with the unknowns of seizures are covered. First aid for the caregiver, and what to consider when helping someone struggling with epilepsy or brain injury is included. Graduate school to become a counselor was part of Jon’s recovery from brain surgery. The demands of the program required his brain to rewire, enabling him to share his experience. It has received the highest ratings from US Review of Books and Pacific Book Review." *(from publisher's review).
I look forward to talking with you during the show! Please stay tuned and join us in the Blog Talk Radio chat rooms on 6/12/22!
Nancy Lombardo, has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. TV credits include The Colin Quinn Show NBC, SNL, “All my Children” The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, PBS, Comedy Tonight, Nickelodeon, and the Comedy Channel. She can be seen weekly on The Nancy Lombardo Show channel 56/83/34 NYC and live worldwide on www.mnn.org. www.comedyconcepts.com www.cdbaby.com/Artist/NancyLombardo https://www.amazon.com/dp/1513684272?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 A POCKETFUL OF CONFIDENCE,
Susan Salenger is the author and researcher behind Sidelined, How Women Manage & Mismanage Their Health. Sidelined examines the many ways in which some women manage and sometimes mismanage their healthcare. Susan explores how women, typically the medical gatekeepers for their families, tend to be extremely conscientious about taking care of themselves, yet at the same time inadvertently undermine their own care. Born and raised in LA, Susan attended UCLA to study English. After graduation, she worked alongside her husband Fred for 25 years at their production company, Salenger Films, which produced corporate training and development films distributed worldwide. Today, at age79, Susan lives in Northern CA. to be near her incredible family which includes her two daughters, four grandchildren, a cat Max and a dog named JD (Salenger). When she is not speaking about her book or spending time with family and friends, you will find Susan powerlifting to stay in shape. www.susansalenger.com
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