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Saturday Edition- August 17, 2019- Bridging Science and Spirit
Formerly an esteemed member of the Mayo Clinic’s Division of Rheumatology, Dr. Nisha Manek is an internationally recognized leader in the field of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Manek is also a protégé of Dr. William A. Tiller and a student of the theoretical and practical applications of Tillerian physics. In her commitment and dedication to innovative approaches to health and wellness, she strives to synthesize and unify her work as a physician and scientist with spiritual inquiry and practice. She is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom. You can read more about Dr Manek by visiting her website at https://www.tillerinstitute.com/nisha-manek-md.html
Episode 35- Using Faith when Facing Challenges
Dr. Charles Page is the best guy to see on the worst day of your life. He is a surgeon, author, storyteller, and coffee addict. Dr. Page has authored several books including: Surrendered Sleep, A Biblical Perspective; Azi’s Dance; and The One-Eyed Monster Under My Bed.
He and his wife, Joanna, live in Texas with their five children. He enjoys bush-hogging on his tractor, playing with the kids in their triple-decker treehouse and watching sunsets on the back porch. You can learn more about Dr. Page by visiting his website at https://charleswpage.com
Saturday Edition- August 10, 2019- Recovering from Childhood Abuse
Rachel Grant is the owner and founder of Rachel Grant Coaching and is a Sexual Abuse Recovery Coach. She is also the author of "Beyond Surviving: The Final Stage in Recovery from Sexual Abuse.” Rachel brings to the table a passionate belief that her clients do not have to remain trapped or confronted daily by the thoughts or behaviors that result from abuse. Through her own journey of recovery from sexual abuse, she has also gained insight and understanding about what it takes to overcome abuse. This makes it possible for her to relate to and appreciate her clients' struggles intimately.
Rachel holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She provides a compassionate and challenging approach for her clients while using coaching as opposed to therapeutic models. She is a member of San Francisco Coaches. You can read more about Rachel by visiting her website at https://www.rachelgrantcoaching.com/about/
Episode 34- Vision for the Modern Workplace
As a keynote speaker, business consultant, and conversation starter, Joe takes on the topic of leadership and success in today’s work environment from the seasoned perspective of someone who has overseen over $10 billion dollars in design and install and helped develop a world renown brand in hospitality and entertainment. You can read more about Joe by visiting his website at https://joeleonespeaks.com/keynote-speaker/
Saturday Edition- August 3, 2019 Alternative and Traditional Healing
Catherine Carrigan is a medical intuitive healer, Amazon Number 1 bestselling author and host of the Natural Healing Show for UK Health Radio. In her 26 years working full time in natural healing, she has worked with clients all over the world to empower them to heal themselves naturally without drugs. You can find out more about Catherine Carrigan by visiting her websites http://catherinecarrigan.com.
Episode 33- Identifying Sleep Disorders in Children
Michelle and Dr. John Addison run Addison Dental, a practice that specializes in dental devices that treat sleep apnea for kids and adults. Dr. Addison was born and raised in Chicago and earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University. After spending some time in the medical research field, he received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University in Boston.
Dr. Addison has a passion for aesthetic and restorative dentistry and has been recognized by the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry for his exceptional work. Dr. Addison enjoys lecturing and has also authored articles in various dental publications and medical journals. You can learn more about their practice by visiting their website at https://www.addison-dental.com
Saturday Edition- July 27, 2019 Getting Help for Depression and Suicide
Greg Horn, host of HOPE is Here, is best known as an encourager, coach, motivator, and speaker. Greg not only talks about HOPE, he lives it. He battled his own depression and thoughts of suicide after losing his business, his home, and his marriage in a 24-hour period. He understands how devastating the thoughts of despair and lack of HOPE are. Greg has also experienced the loss of several friends by suicide in his life, and the recent suicide of a friend with two beautiful young children and a great job showing no signs of depression brought Greg to his knees.
In December 2017Greg started “HOPE is Here” a podcast and daily radio show with the message of “HOPE is Here." With more than 1000 downloads a month, “HOPE is Here” has listeners from California to Brazil and Canada to New Zealand. You can learn more about Greg and his work by visiting his website at http://HopeisHeretoday.org
Episode 32- Solving our Problems Without Blaming Others
Bill DeBarba is a 4 decade entrepreneur. He began the classic “back bedroom office” business, developing custom software for local companies.
In his 40 years of ownership and management, he achieved a great deal of success. He learned how to recognize problems from the other’s point of view. And he shared that knowledge in his book entitled The Process of Living.This publication explains how to manage the concepts of acknowledging thoughts, understanding feelings, and taking actions. By effectively applying these functions in responding to difficult issues, he found the most efficient way to simply solve problems. If you would like to learn more, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday Edition- July 13, 2019 Dealing with Mental Illness and Addiction
Dr. Melissa Deuter and interventionist Rich Whitman join the Saturday Edition to continue the important conversation about treatments for mental illness and addiction. If you know someone struggling with either, here are some important numbers. Click on the NAMI icon.
Episode 31- Living with Alzheimer's
Juana Pelegrino PhD. is a psychologist at Neurosciences Clinic Miami working with Alzheimer’s patients in clinical practice and in research. For for about her work visit http://www.neurosciencesclinics.com
Episode 30- Living with Mental Illness
GABE HOWARD is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar and anxiety disorders. He’s the host of the weekly Psych Central Show, an iTunes Top Ten podcast. He also co-hosts A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast, which explores life through the unique double lens of a young woman living with schizophrenia and a guy living with bipolar. He also writes for WebMD, Psych Central, bipolar magazine, and other distinguished publications. You can read more about Gabe by visiting his website at http://www.gabehoward.com
Saturday Edition July 6, 2019- Coming through the Darkness
Pamela Elaine Lockridge was born in Massachusetts and raised in Louisiana. After moving to Texas, she worked as an RN for 20 years in different intensive care units. She currently resides in central Louisiana, with her covenant husband of 34 years, her rescue rat terrier and two cats. She has two children and six grandchildren. She has received several degrees throughout her college education: ADN, AACJ, and an MSW. She is also currently two semesters from earning hr MSHS. She is the interim president of Jesus Lifted Ministries also manages the Jesus Lifted Ministries Community Center. Her goal is to one day hear the welcoming words, “Well done, good and faithful servant, thou has been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things, enter thou into the joy of the Lord”. Matthew 25:21. You can read more about Pamela by visit her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pamelaelaine.lockridge
Episode 29- How Your Brain is Wired
Dr. Roldan has been a mental health professional for over 25 years and is an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University. He has been studying Cannabis Treatment for over 20 years in Colorado, Oregon, Washington and North Carolina, and Medellín, Colombia. Dr. Roldan facilitates workshops on many Cannabis related topics. He also facilitates "Caregiver Support Groups". Member of Society of Cannabis Clinicians and Patient's Out of Time. You can read more about Dr. Roldan and his work on his website https://www.medverde.com/our-practice
Saturday Edition June 22, 2019- A Compelling Story of Survival and Empowerment
Wife, Mother of three, grandmother of three, Lisa Zarcone took all of her past experiences of her personal trauma and abuse and wrote a detailed memoir of her life. She shares her story through the eyes of a child "HERS". This is a special way that she can give back to others and help to hopefully promote healing. Lisa gained her voice, and by validating her story she healed through the process. Lisa is the everyday woman with an extraordinary gift for giving and is full of compassion. She has worked with disabled children and adults teaching life skills and writing and served as a mentor to young women in a locked-down facility. Take the journey today and see how her story unfolds. Her ability to survive, as well as thrive from her silent world of treachery truly is an incredible journey filled with such inspiration, and never-ending hope. You can read more about Lisa by visiting her website at https://www.lisazarcone.net/about-me
Episode 28- Helping Someone with Addiction or Mental Illness
Melissa Deuter, MD is a board-certified psychiatrist and founder of Sigma Mental Health Urgent Care based in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Deuter currently holds an appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, where she is actively involved in clinical research, teaching seminars, and supervising the work of medical students and psychiatry residents. Dr. Deuter has a special interest in early-stage psychiatric care, differentiating serious illness from normal brain development and serving the unique mental health needs of emerging adults. You can read more about Dr. Deuter on her website at http://www.melissadeuter.com
Richard (Rich) Whitman, with over 30 years of experience, is a trusted interventionist and respected leader in the field of addiction recovery. A pioneer in the industry, Rich has been instrumental in building some of the finest treatment programs in the nation and served as a primary treatment advisor to Dr. Phil McGraw for eight seasons of the Dr. Phil show. Rich is an Independent Consultant and the Founder of Whitman Recovery Service. In this role, he provides maximum service to hundreds of individuals and their families every year to access the best treatment options available.
Rich is a Nationally Certified Intervention Professional. He has successfully conducted well over 500 interventions throughout the United States and has made numerous television appearances. He is professional, compassionate, and dedicated to help every individual and family struggling with addictive disorders. You can read more about Rich Whitman on his website at https://www.whitmanrecoveryservice.com
Episode 27- How Failing Leads to Success
Arnie S. Malham is the author of Worth Doing Wrong: The Quest to Build A Culture That Rocks, and founder/president of BetterBookClub.com. An entrepreneur and speaker who focuses on improving work cultures, Malham previously built and sold two successful businesses – cj Advertising, which became the largest full-service brand-building agency in the U.S. exclusively for law firms; and a call center, Legal Intake Professionals. He was selected by the Nashville Business Journal as an award winner for Most Admired CEO’s and Best in Business. You can read more about Arnie by visiting his website at www.WorthDoingWrong.com.
Saturday Edition June 8, 2019- Workplace Bullying and Sexual Harassment
Beverly Engel is an internationally recognized psychotherapist and an acclaimed advocate for victims of sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. The author of 23 self-help books, her latest book is entitled, “I’m Saying No!” Standing Up Against Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Pressure. Engel is a licensed marriage and family therapist, and has been practicing psychotherapy for 35 years. You can read more about Beverly by visiting her website at http://healmyshame.com.
Dr. Cynthia Howard, a pioneer of the resilient mindset, works with professionals and organizations to get more done by doing less. She is the author of The Resilient Leader Mindset Makeover, and researched engagement and stress while pursuing her doctorate. A Green Belt in Lean Sigma, Cynthia focuses on value-driven solutions. You can read more about Dr. Howard by visiting her website at www.eileadership.org.
Saturday Edition June 1, 2019- Parenting Multiples and Holistic Dentistry
Fran Pitre hit a time in her life when her ability to cope with the normal challenges of every day was weakening. As a mother of three sets of twins and author of the book TwinsX3 Fran describes in detail the joys and stresses of raising six children.
Looking back, she realized that she was experiencing mild anxiety attacks, and the situation would grow even worse when her husband was away on business trips. She found herself snapping at the children over the littlest things. Small irritations like a misplaced library book would seem much more serious than they should have.”You can read more about Fran on her website http://franpitre.com
Dr. Nammy Patel, DDS is a holistic dentist who is passionate about serving her patients’ health while running her dental practice in an environmentally-conscious way. Dr. Nammy put herself first through college then through dental school at University of Southern California’s School of Dentistry where she graduated with honors.
Her company Green Dentistry was founded in 2005, the first dental practice of its kind in San Francisco. Not only are the techniques and materials used in dental care services safe, but the building materials and furnishings were chosen with care, too.
Dr. Patel is growing a non-profit to bring greener dentistry to India. She is also the ForbesBooks author of the book on dental care from a holistic point of view, Age With Style. Learn more about the book and download a chapter by following the link below.You can read more about Dr Patel by visiting her website at https://drnammypatel.com
Episode 26- Changing The Negative Attitude to Positive
Christopher Felton is the author of Re-Member Yourself: A Healing Journey Through Your Innerverse. A former Maryland state trooper, Felton is a prolific public speaker who has taught about world religions. He also authored the books Cipher’s Den and The Fervent Exchange, and his articles have appeared in Her Times magazine.
Saturday Edition May 18, 2019- Living with Chronic Pain
Monica Reents is a poet, writer, wife, and mother living with chronic pain due to syringomyelia, syringobulbia, Chiari malformation, and fibromyalgia. Her blog, My Chronic Happiness is where she shares what it is like to live within the realm of chronic illness, sharing stories of her life, as well as, my journey into becoming an author. I am also writing a series of articles about syringomyelia and my life with this disease. You can read more about Monica on her website at https://mychronichappiness.com
Episode 25- Does the Outside World Define Us?
Kirk Abner is the author of Flower Dog Man, the most recent of his Awareness Series, which includes Thinking Like Jesus and Norman’s Names. He graduated from Montgomery Bell Academy, the University of Alabama and received an award from President Ronald Reagan. A former door-to-door Bible salesman, oil rigger, stockbroker, software consultant and truck driver, Abner now trains physicians, surgeons and nurses at top medical facilities on the electronic medical record. You can read more about Kirk by visiting this website at https://allauthor.com/author/kirkabner
Episode 24- Healing and Recovering from Sexual Abuse
Miranda Pacchiana, MSW is a writer, speaker and survivor whose work has been featured in The Huffington Post, The Mighty, Psych Central, Trigger Points Anthology, Moms Rising, and others. She writes about a variety of subjects including recovery from abuse, family estrangement, parenting and grief. Miranda has spent over two decades addressing and examining family responses to the disclosure of child sexual abuse. She is the creator of the online resource The Second Wound: Coping with family while healing from abuse & assault which can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the website. Miranda is a married mother of three and a stubborn optimist. She works and lives in Newtown, Connecticut. You can learn more about Miranda by visiting her website at https://mirandapacchiana.com
Episode 23- How to Help A Friend Struggling with Addiction?
John Collopy is the author of the book The Reward of Knowing which relates his own struggles with addiction. “Friends can play an important role, just not the primary role, in helping those with those addicted to alcohol and drugs recover.” You can learn more about John by visiting his website at www.johncollopy.com
Episode 22- The Criminal Justice Side of Abuse
Taylor Pyles is a Detective with Annapolis Police Department and is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Section. He primarily investigates child abuse, child sex offenses, and other crimes against children. Taylor serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in Anne Arundel County. As a CASA, Taylor works to be a voice for children who are in foster care and ensures their needs are being met by the court system as well as parties involved in the child's life. Additionally, Taylor is chair of the Children’s Justice Act Committee at the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevent and is a member of the Anne Arundel County Child Fatality Review Team.
Personally, Taylor is an adult survivor of abuse who was removed from his home just before his 8th birthday by Department of Social Services and placed into the foster care system. Taylor remained in foster care until "aging out" at the age of 18.
As an adult, Taylor was troubled by seeing the negative outcomes of those in which he was in foster care with. This included multiple drug overdoses, suicides, as well as incarceration. Based on these outcomes, Taylor launched The Blue Ribbon Project as a resource for adult survivors.
Episode 21- A Strong Link in the Support Chain
Kirk Miller is the Author of Chaos to Cured, Co-Host of the radio show Beyond Clarity, and founder of chaos2cured.com. After overcoming and successfully managing bipolar 1, OCD, generalized anxiety, and ADHD, Kirk Miller now coaches and helps families, couples, and individuals realize there is more to who they are than their diagnosis. He has spent ten years utilizing his unique perspective and insight to guide his clients to a more productive, positive, and stable life. As a mental fitness coach, Mr. Miller’s goal is to help each and every client realize we all stumble and struggle at times but where there is a will, healthy support, and guidance, there is always hope. You can read more about Kirk by visiting his website at https://chaos2cured.com
Episode 20- Learn to Love and Empower Yourself
Sandra Jeffs is an author, a professional fiction editor, a speaker, and a jewelry designer. She worked in business management in her early years and then became a university educator for over 25 years. She has worked abroad for 13 years in 2 countries and traveled to 35 countries. She is passionate about learning, and personal growth and her extensive travels and expatriate experiences have given her a broad view of life and culture. You can read more about Ms. Jeffs by visiting her website at https://sandrajeffs.com.
Episode 19- What Adult Life is Like for a Victim of Child Abuse
Mike McBride is a male survivor of childhood abuse, and blogs about the issues he faces and had faced in his adult life. You can read more about Mike and join the conversation on his blog at https://www.childabusesurvivor.net
Episode 18- Making Separation or Divorce Less Traumatic for Children
Ann Buscho, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in family issues and issues related to divorce, parenting, parenting planning, and co-parenting counseling. She is passionate about helping parents’ divorce respectfully so that the entire family can heal and thrive. Dr. Buscho’s experience and training in working with families where divorce is current, or past has taught her to focus on helping parents develop parenting plans which support the health and well-being of all family members. She has a depth and breadth of professional and personal experience in nesting, co-parenting, step-parenting, and single-parenting issues. During the 2008 recession, Dr. Buscho and a colleague developed a nesting protocol for parents who could not afford to separate or divorce. They presented this protocol at statewide conferences for attorneys, mental health professionals, and divorce financial professionals. She is currently writing a book about this topic. You can read more about Dr. Buscho by visiting her website at http://drannbuscho.com
Episode 16- Moving Past Trauma?
As an individual who represents overcoming adversity, Dave has dedicated his life helping others to help themselves. As a former Air Force Combat Air Crew Member, Dave’s job entailed midair refueling of the once highly secretive SR-71 Blackbird and the F-117 Stealth Fighter. While on active duty, Dave was selected as California Volunteer of the Year. Dave is the author of eight inspirational books. You can read more about Dave by visiting his website at http://www.davepelzer.com
Episode 14- Living Life Above the Line, Even in the Darkest Times
A native Miamian, Jody is passionate about helping the owners of small to medium sized Miami businesses grow their business. As Jody says, caring is what she does best! Jody has been coaching business owners to massive results since 2006 with ActionCOACH. You can read more about Jody by visiting her website at https://actioncoachteamsage.com
Episode 13- A Different View of PTSD and Stress
Brett facilitates Stress Is Gone Classes in corporations, schools, hospitals, and nonprofit organizations. He is a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, Stress Coaching Association, PSI CHI International Honor Society in Psychology, and has a bachelor’s in psychology. He has received training from the Himalayan Institute and a Shaolin Grand Master. His approach is a blend of Eastern and Western philosophies. You can read more about Brett and his book on PTSD by visiting his website at http://www.stressisgone.com
Episode 12- Alternative Methods of Dealing with Trauma
Catherine Carrigan medical intuitive healer, Amazon bestselling author and host of The Natural Healing Show for UK Health Radio. You can read more about Catherine by visiting her website at https://catherinecarrigan.com/about-the-author/
Episode 11- Challenges and Triumphs of Surviving Abuse.
Her mission is: In strength and confidence, I mentor women who have left damaging relationships in creating and embracing the life they love You can read more about coach, author and abuse survivor Mickie Zada by visiting her website at https://survivingabusenetwork.com/
Episode 10- Dealing with Narcissistic Abuse
My dream is to create this resource to help victims, and share books, blogs, targeted therapists and coaches that can help. Ultimately, I hope to have a blog that is built by experts and bloggers because I think it is only through our education and the sharing of our stories that we can heal. You can read more about Tracy by visiting her website at https://narcissistabusesupport.com