mental health

E 164 Anxiety Woes for Parents and Children Jennifer Bronsnick, MSW

Why Are People Reaching Out More? Anxiety is increasing for kids and adults. The way we dealt with these emotions may not be helping in 2020. We discuss a range of ideas to help with Jennifer Bronsnick MSW. Many people dealt with anxiety, depression and hopelessness before the pandemic and of course they still are.The…

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E 162 Lessons on Suicide Frank King

What is suicide and how can we approach it? Frank King does it with humor and landed 5 TedX events helping us understand what we can do to help. What is generational suicide?It’s suggested that a 1/3rd of business entrepreneurs are depressed and suicidal. (Could be from long hours, little sleep and unmet expectations.Are entrepreneurs…

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E 147 Trauma and Acupuncture Sarah Alemi DAc

Can musculoskeletal pain and mental trauma both be treated by acupuncture at the same time? Sarah Alemi, DAc specializes in both and we talk new practice ownership struggles, acupuncture for veterans, herbs  and touch on marketing. Acupuncture as a second career (5 element with extra training in Tradition Chinese Medicine), albeit an early switch, was…

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E 136 Sustainable Recovery Over Addiction Timothy Harrington of Wide Wonder

Drug use can lead to addiction or dependence: why is the difference so key? Trust vs Fear when disciplining teenagers. How to remove the stigma so you don’t suffer in silence and get the mental health they need. Wide Wonder founder Timothy Harrington. Learning to not just get off drugs and alcohol but to stay…

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E 98 Trigeminal Neuralgia and other Facial Acupuncture Treatment – it’s Not Just Aesthetic Terry Fox LAc

Differences between cosmetic, facial and full body acupuncture treatments; East vs West medical term confusion, and he walks us through a treatment protocol with constitutional facial acupuncture. A powerful relationship story at the end. Terry Fox Lac A backstory that starts with a fibromyalgia mom that got shoulder rubs leads to massage therapy school that…

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Episode 47: Dr Ebony Butler Lifestyle and Exercise Psychology, Food Blogger and Marketer

The unique perspective of the black community and psychology. We transition into exercise psychology, shifting mindsets to master food issues, and family roadblocks. Dr Ebony Butler developed paid workshops, food blogging, Live videos and more. What people are experiencing and What led to these behaviors and How to analyze these dynamics specifically in the black…

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Episode 44: Urban Trauma, Schizophrenia, and Self Care with Dr. Ashley Elliott PhD aka DrVivid

Dr. Ashley Elliott PhD talks her age 4 job path, self-care necessities, schizophrenia, her specialty urban trauma and adolescents, community activism, motivational speaking, sports psychology, tele medicine and why she doesn’t tell you what to do. Human Connection, Urban Trauma, humanistic existentialist (I see you as a human and unconditional positive regard and the bad…

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