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This continuing education podcast connects CASA volunteers with engaging and relevant training designed to help strengthen advocacy for children and families. Each short, dynamic episode features informative discussions with subject matter experts exploring topics connected to child welfare and practical tips for informed CASA advocacy.
 
The Children’s Trust Fund (CTF) is Missouri’s foundation for child abuse prevention. CTF was created by the Missouri General Assembly in 1983 as a 501c(3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to prevent and/or alleviate child abuse and neglect. Through awareness campaigns and distribution of funding to child abuse and neglect prevention programs, CTF works to build Strong Families, Safe Kids in Missouri.
 
(Wo)Men Speak Out is an organization dedicated to eradicating rape, sexual assault and gender violence. We seek to educate both men and women, cultivating healthy relationships and gender equity.The (Wo)Men Speak Out BLOG is a collaboration of survivors, advocates and writers who share our mission. We welcome your comments: menspeakout@gmail.com
 
WOVE Inspiration interviews women who “use their voice” to share their stories of overcoming issues such as mental illness, abuse, and many other obstacles in life. Everyone has a story; some good, some not so good. The common factor for guests on WOVE Inspiration are their victorious endings.
 
Pennie Saum is an author of Brave and Unbroken, speaker, advocate, law changer, and voice seeker who has dedicated her life to help victims use their voice to move through trauma and grief. She has a passion for helping child sexual abuse victims become thrivers. Pennie is determined to impact those who are struggling the trauma of child sexual abuse.
 
TiLT Parenting, from parenting activist, speaker, and author Debbie Reber, features transformational interviews and conversations with authors, parenting experts, educators, and other parents aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids (giftedness, ADHD, austim, 2e, learning differences, sensory processing issues, anxiety, and more). TiLT aims to help parents feel empowered and in choice in how they parent, have more peace in their daily lives, and pa ...
 
Welcome to Let’s Talk Tri Delta! Topics covered on this podcast will be relevant to the Tri Delta experience, both collegiate and alumnae, with hosts and guests who are members, friends and industry experts. We will take a deep dive into some of the most powerful stories from our award-winning magazine, The Trident, and we will get up close and personal with some of our brave, bold and kind members.
 
Rachel Harrington and Jessica Hill, are two passionate Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants who answer your questions related to all things sensory, occupational therapy, parenting, self-care, nutrition, and health, from a therapist’s perspective. Providing raw, honest, fun ideas, and strategies, for parents and families to implement into daily life. Great for those who work with children with sensory processing disorder, special needs, autism, and ADHD. This podcast is brought to you b ...
 
The ROOTED Podcast, formally known as The Calm Collective Podcast, was created as a place to share vulnerable experiences within being human by grief and intentional living advocate, Cassandra Eldridge. Here we explore subjects such as loss, the human experience, simplicity, and living a life of mindful intention. Every Wednesday, Cassandra opens up about her own challenges and triumphs within creating her most authentic life through slowing down and trusting her intuition. Remembering that ...
 
Think about all of the things you consider every day to help keep yourself, your loved ones, and your community happy, healthy, and hopeful. Now consider this: There is an ever-growing body of research demonstrating significant negative impacts, for yourself and the ones you love, in the consumption of pornography. It can change the way you think, harm your ability to connect with other people, and can contribute to changing the world in negative ways. Join us every other week as we consider ...
 
On the Cusp of Something Beautiful is a podcast dedicated towards building community and creating family around BIPOC creatives, aspiring creatives, and their allies, seeking to connect deeper with their artistic expression and authentic essence on a cosmic and spiritual level. Each week, Amickoleh Imani will be discussing a range of topics centered around art, creativity, mental health & wellness, and developing a deeper relationship with our intuitive gifts in order to live life with more ...
 
Welcome to Not A Tomboy! This is where I talk about my journey of raising a transgender son, raising trans voices, centering the needs of the trans community. I'm dispelling myths, sharing resources, answering questions, and giving some raw honesty on parenting a transgender child. Thanks for listening! Please send me a voicemail if you have questions or topic suggestions!
 
The #1 Podcast that brings you motivation, education, and inspiration from faith-based entrepreneurs who walk by faith and trust God with their success story. Our guests are artists, entrepreneurs, businesswomen and men, college students and spiritual leaders becoming the answer to problems they see every day within their communities. The host is none other than Jasmine Stith "The Pretty Plug" amplify your mission and purpose to another level with the production team at Faith Tech Grow, LLC! ...
 
Jessica Minhas, host and founder of I'll Go First®, dives into the topics and conversations that we want to have but are a little afraid to talk about or aren't sure where to start. Join her at the table as she shares her story about overcoming abuse, sexual assault, trauma, and chronic illnesses. Celebrate the stories of courageous overcomers, inspiring mental health champions, and those boldly stepping into taboo spaces and inviting us into a full life. Listen, learn, and heal with people ...
 
NEXT is a weekly radio show and podcast about New England, one of America's oldest places, at a time of change. It's based at Connecticut Public Radio in Hartford and is hosted by Morgan Springer. With New England as our laboratory, NEXT asks questions about how we power our society, how we move around, and how we adapt. It's about trends that provide us challenges and present us with new opportunities. New England has old rules and customs, with well-worn pathways forged centuries ago, and ...
 
Are you looking for someone to share their deepest, darkest secrets on keeping their marriage spicy? Are you like, “puhhlease DISH on how to be a cool parent .. because, yeah ... I dunno!” Well Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner have got all you hubbies and wifeys - and mommies and daddies - covered, because each week they find a guest who will SPILL all their dirty secrets! Because we all wanna keep our marriages hot and our parenting cool!
 
Non-award-winning solo podcast hosted by a midwest raised, middle-aged generation X'er, selectively shy, attention seeking, introvert (but necessarily extroverted), former shock rock radio morning show host now a corporate marketing executive, energetic only child, with daddy issues, slight OCD, and adequately ADHD medicated grown ass man ranting into a microphone, from all over the world (but mostly from Downtown Kansas City, early in the morning daily. http://Facebook.com/EveryoneNeedsaLit ...
 
My name is Sarah Trott. I'm a new mama to a vivacious baby girl and this podcast is all about postpartum care for the few months following birth, the time period also known as the Fourth Trimester. My postpartum doula, Esther Gallagher, is my co-host. She’s a mother, grandmother, perinatal educator, birth and postpartum care provider. I've benefitted hugely from her support. All parents can benefit from the wisdom and support that a postpartum Doula provides. Fourth trimester care is about t ...
 
STRONG takes an in-depth, insider’s view of the #metoo movement and the systemic misogyny, dehumanization, and sexual exploitation particularly prevalent in the entertainment industry, but present in all communities, and across all walks of life. We celebrate the strength, resilience, compassion, love and community that is required to overcome adversity and navigate the complexities of an exploitative society. Hosted by Barbra Neumann and Tessa Torrence Neumann.
 
Discover the Passions that drive us, the purpose that defines us and the stories that connect us. A one on one conversational format with those who are driven by what they love to do. Unlock the secrets People with a Passion share on their journey to self discovery and fulfilling their dreams and goals. Join us when you relax or while on your commute and you will feel not only part of our conversation, but realise we all share one another's journey. Please Listen, Enjoy, Share and Rate! Thanks.
 
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If you love this episode, feel free to share It with a friend and leave a five-star review! (If you don't love it, no need to review) You're invited to join my Gratitude Community, with over 102K subscribers to "The Gratitude Journal", published biweekly. We are grateful for our sponsors! LifeGuides is a peer-to-peer community that helps people nav…
 
If you have a neurodiverse child in school, you'll know that our society's system of education doesn't often meet their needs. Delphine Rule is a special education teacher and an advocate for parents raising out-of-the-box kids. In this important episode, we discuss how and why parents need to advocate for their kids in a school setting. -Bonus epi…
 
We talk to Mallory and Lori- licensed child psychologists from The Childhood Collective. We cover the differences between 504s and IEPs, under what circumstances your child may qualify for one, and how to request one. This episode is great for every parent so they are aware of what laws protect them and what services their children are entitled to.…
 
John and Maria explain the significance of to important court cases that were decided this week. One case involving Jack Phillips challenges religious freedom in the public life. The other is a protection of the freedom of non-profit organizations to conduct businesses guided by religious convictions. Maria introduced a segment on Juneteenth, a rec…
 
The board that oversees California’s workplace safety agency, Cal/OSHA, has voted on new rules around wearing masks in the workplace. Fully vaccinated employees in most job settings will not have to wear face coverings. Reporter: Alex Hall, The California Report Starting next month, the state's Employment Development Department says unemployed Cali…
 
Interviews with Noah Riseman, Alastair Lawrie, Nevena Spirovska. Dr Noah Riseman discusses his new academic article 'A history of transgender women in Australian Sports 1976-2017'. Alastair Lawrie discusses One Nation's anti-trans motion in the Australian Senate, their anti-trans kids and religious freedom bills in New South Wales and the anticipat…
 
Since I wasn’t even alive in 1968, I’ll defer to Boomers and historians to tell us whether the country was more divided back then or today. In my lifetime, however, I can confidently say that the racial, political, economic, and ideological polarization has never been worse, nor has the violence and outrage. No matter the issue, from public policy …
 
New Brunswick drives for green, and one of its neighbours says they would have preferred a more coordinated reopening. The Covid cabinet committee joined us to talk about that, and vaccine passports. Premier Blaine Higgs, Interim leader of the Official Opposition Roger Melanson, Green Party leader David Coon, and Kris Austin, leader of the People's…
 
No industry has been hit harder by the global pandemic than aviation. Cross-border travel is either banned or constrained by tests and quarantines across much of the world. And, in a time full of uncertainty and insecurity, who wants to travel for either business or pleasure? Stephen Sackur speaks to Johan Lundgren, CEO of EasyJet, Europe’s second …
 
The operator of the state’s power grid is urging Californians to conserve energy on Thursday as the first major heat wave of the year continues. A Flex Alert calls for Californians to conserve power between 5 and 10 p.m. Reporter: Lily Jamali, The California Report The month of May proved to be the busiest in the Port of Los Angeles' 114-year histo…
 
Some of the most challenging symptoms in MS can be bowel and bladder-related issues. Join us as we talk to our guests, Randy and Sue, about the bowel and bladder-related challenges Randy has experienced since his MS diagnosis, the management strategies they have found useful and suitable for their lifestyle, and the importance of self-advocacy. For…
 
In this episode, Amickoleh sits down with phytotherapist and CEO of Earth's Cabinet to discuss her journey from modern medicine to plant medicine. She also shares the importance of listening to our bodies, honoring the soul's experience, and aligning to the frequency of plants. For more info on Coco follow her on Instagram @earthscabinetllc Resourc…
 
In a rather stunning op-ed at CNN a couple of weeks ago, a medical doctor offered an answer to one of the great worldview questions: “What is the highest good?” Bodily autonomy, wrote Dr. Alexis Drutchas, is the highest human right, and should trump all other considerations in medical decision making: “Adults with capacity should hold the ultimate …
 
John welcomes Michael Craven, Director of the Colson Fellows program, to facilitate the BreakPoint Q&A this week. John answers questions ranging from what parents should prioritize in fostering faith to how people who weren't mentors can mentor others. John also fields a question on a recent BreakPoint. A listener writes in to ask if being anti-sur…
 
California lifted most of its coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, meaning businesses can go back to full capacity and masks will no longer be required in most situations for fully vaccinated people. While many are celebrating the move, state and local officials are cautioning people that the pandemic is far from over. More than 50,000 fans were at…
 
President Biden says the US is determined to lead NATO's response to evolving geographical and technological threats. But there have been marked disagreements between alliance members on relations with Russia, the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, defence spending and the so-called ‘systemic challenge’ posed by China. Just how united is the We…
 
Christianity has always been concerned about body and spirit, mind and matter, the spiritual and the physical. This was why wherever Christianity spread, believers established hospitals and schools alongside churches. In China, for example, Western medicine was an essential ingredient of the growth of Christianity. Many important Chinese Christians…
 
Did you know Amazon's big sale, Prime Day is next week, June 21st and 22nd? While small, family-owned businesses like ours can sell products on Amazon, Amazon takes a big chunk of each sale from us. So, while Amazon has its sale next week, we're going to have our own sale at Harkla called (Anti) Prime Day where we'll have a big discount equal to th…
 
As the state reopens, restrictions on capacity and social distancing have been lifted, although businesses can implement their own rules. Mask requirements are no longer in place for people who are fully vaccinated, although there are some exceptions. Loosened COVID-19 restrictions may be a relief to most Californians, but others may be feeling som…
 
You might have seen the popular social media trend where people describe a relatable situation and others know exactly what they’re talking about - or at least that’s what we think it means.. So we’re here with a fun game of “tell me you’re raising a child with Down syndrome without telling me you’re raising a child with Down syndrome.” If you are …
 
Social justice advocate, blogger, and podcaster Amber Coleman-Mortley (Mom of All Capes) talks about her work elevating diverse voices and perspectives in the civic education space, working with students and educators for more equitable outcomes, and how parents can raise civically-minded kids. For more info, visit: www.tiltparenting.com/session255…
 
There are certain moments in history, such as the end of the Roman Empire or the Enlightenment, when it’s obvious how much the cultural ground has shifted. Cultural norms that worked before to foster social cohesion no longer suffice. Certain ideas and shared ways of thinking can no longer be taken for granted. At these “hinge points,” Christians a…
 
New reports by the New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training at UNB show for the most part, students from New Brunswick aren't heading west after they graduate from university or college. They're staying here. Ted McDonald is the director of the Institute, and the reports' lead investigator.…
 
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter - rabbi, professor, and historian - about censorship as it relates to Jewish history. Though censorship exists in many areas, it is particularly interesting to analyze it from the lens of Jewish history. It can be tempting to idealize the lives of gedolim when writing about …
 
The scope and scale of the suicide epidemic is unbelievably scary, especially to parents. There's a growing number of suicide, suicidal thoughts, what's called deaths from despair that inflicts our culture. All we seem to be doing is treating the symptoms. Our culture says that the problem is lack of support; so that our government, schools, and ev…
 
As California prepares to officially reopen Tuesday, the state board that oversees workplace safety has come up with new guidelines. The proposed rules from Cal/OSHA’s Standards Board would allow fully vaccinated workers to remove their face coverings while on the job, but unvaccinated workers would still have to wear masks. As drought conditions c…
 
Welcome to the rebranded podcast, ROOTED 🕊 Formally known as The Calm Collective Podcast. I’m so proud of this platform. All of the beautiful conversations that we’ve had over the last couple of years, the people that it’s reached, the community that’s been built. But over the last couple of months I started to feel some resistance. I was cancellin…
 
A video that made the rounds on social media last week featured a group of Portland educators in a Zoom meeting. After introductions including the obligatory “preferred pronouns,” the moderator said, “I’m gonna say something that’s not nice and not sweet, but it’s true. If you’re not evolving into an anti-racist educator, you’re making yourself obs…
 
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