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This podcast will serve as your educational resource on trauma-informed lawyering. Through inspiring interviews and thoughtful commentary, Myrna will shine a light on a critical competency you did not get any instruction on in law school. Trauma-informed lawyering is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law which benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally. Lawyers, this is the education about trauma, vicarious trauma and trauma-info ...
 
How do you find the time to take care of yourself when your career is all about taking care of others? As mental health professionals, we take on the enormous task of taking care of others’ emotional needs, placing ourselves at greater risk of vicarious trauma, burnout, and compassion fatigue. I'm Dr. Marsha, a Licensed Psychologist, and mental health expert. Join me as I connect with fellow mental health professionals about the challenges of managing one's own mental health and self-care wh ...
 
Law Pod UK covers developments across all aspects of civil and public law in the United Kingdom. It is brought to you by the barristers at 1 Crown Office Row with presenters Rosalind English and Emma-Louise Fenelon. More info on our highly recommended podcast on the UK Human Rights Blog.
 
This podcast explores how to heal stress & trauma holistically. I am your host, Luis Mojica. My work, Holistic Life Navigation, was modeled after my own journey in healing myself of chronic illness & PTSD. I share this podcast with many other brilliant minds who, like me, healed themselves through unique, unusual, and unorthodox ways. For more information on me & my work, please visit: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com. (Written, produced & recorded by Luis Mojica. Additional production ...
 
Alive and Well STL is an effort focused on reducing the impact of toxic stress and trauma on our health and wellbeing. The Alive and Well STL radio show, hosted by Bethany Johnson-Javois, CEO of the St. Louis Integrated Health Network, helps community members become trauma informed and emotionally and physically well. The personal stories from community members and public health leaders reveal St. Louis health realities, disparities, and opportunities. It's great to be alive! Be "Alive and W ...
 
Does work life balance really exist in the veterinary industry? Veterinarians Dr Gerardo Poli and Dr Hubert Hiemstra believe that knowledge is for sharing, so with the help of their guests they are unlocking the tips, tools and tactics that you’ll need to build the veterinary career you have always wanted and supercharge your passion for life. We speak to some of the most inspiring and energised veterinary professionals in the world and discuss the attitudes and actions that allows them to t ...
 
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A podcast by Mostly Mad Music with Esther Pavel-Wood.

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Welcome to a fascinating world of mental health, the arts and society. As the founder of a charity which explores the relationship between mental health and music, I have come to realise that the arts impacts almost every aspect of who we are, how we think and what we do. On The Mozart Effect, I cover music, the arts and their intersection with health and well-being, mental illness, creativity, mood, memory, identity, faith, social change and revolution. I will be talking to musicians, artis ...
 
Somatic Psychology and Education. Looking at the cross pollination of a range of disciplines to track the future as it emerges through us and into the world. Somatic integrity is our vital capacity to be whole, right now. Our intelligence is not limited to the mind, but is integrated through out our whole body. By paying attention to our Soma we include our innate capacity to connect to the living moment and to each other.
 
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In this talk I cover both sides of dating with a mental illness. Dating someone with a mental illness and dating when you have a mental illness. Above all, I look at the importance of independence, autonomy and self-empowerment. As well as keeping your relationship separate from the management of your mental illness. Contact us or subscribe to our …
 
“I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, most of which never happened.” Mark Twain In episode 49 we dissected one of the biggest fears that many vets have: the fear of an official board complaint, from the perspective of a practitioner facing a complaint against them. In this episode, we look at the same issue from the side of the off…
 
The 10th October is World Mental Health Day. Studies conducted on pandemic habits show that different creative pursuits have been really important for people in lockdown, with listening to music ranked as the most effective activity for making participants feel more positive. So for this episode I wanted to come back to my roots and revisit the won…
 
We talk a lot about “mental health” these days, and less about mental illness. From Instagram to large non profits and government service providers, the message and focus is on being well, taking time for self-care, and recovering. This is a positive step forward for some. But what about people who live with mental illness all their lives? In this …
 
Heidi Everett is an artist, creative workshop facilitator, mental health recovery advocate, social impact facilitator, and projects and events innovator in Melbourne, Australia. My Friend Fox is her first book. 'My version of events that happened to me involves things that the mental health system will never understand because to understand, it nee…
 
There are many things you do almost every day in your job as a clinical veterinarian, usually multiple times a day. Sometimes these things become so routine that you don’t even stop to think about what you do and how you do it, and whether there could potentially be better ways that will deliver better results. And you DEFINITELY never get around t…
 
This week, I’m connecting with Dr. Rosa Wu. Dr. Wu discusses the impacts of her own racial trauma on self-care and connecting with clients. Dr. Rosa Wu (she/her/hers) is a Registered Psychologist, academic, avid hiker, cook, and cinephile in Vancouver, Canada-the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, and Squamish First Nations. Learn…
 
Courage. Grit. Persistence. Some might call it stubbornness. Whatever you call it - our guest for this episode has it in spades. Dr Mariana Pardo is an emergency and critical care specialist at the Veterinary Emergency Group, in Whiteplains, New York. She qualified as a vet in Santiago, Chile, in 2009, and then moved to the United States where she …
 
In this episode of The Self-Care Chronicle, I connect with Kerri-Anne Brown, LMHC. Kerri-Anne discusses the ever-changing nature of her self-care toolbox. Kerri-Anne Brown is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who specializes in helping individuals and couples living with fertility challenges, perinatal loss, birth trauma, and difficulties with pos…
 
Yes. it's totally fine. In fact, it's the preferred way to send your spleens to the lab. Here's another thing that I learnt from this episode: pathologists don't necessarily look like Uncle Fester from the Adams Family! Join us with the very un-Uncle Fester-like anatomical pathologist Dr Flaminya Coiacetto for more things that you didn't know about…
 
The Self-Care Chronicle is back for Season 2! This week, I connect with Dr. Leighna Harrison. She discusses supporting and uplifting others as a crucial aspect of her self-care. Dr. Harrison is a womanist, Black feminist, critically conscious, clinical liberation psychologist. She offers consultation and training to groups, organizations, and corpo…
 
For this episode, rather than casting our conversational net wide and seeing which topics come up, we have a very specific topic. We wanted to get insights into complaints made against us as vets. Our goal with the episode was to help you find better ways to think about and live with the threat of the official board complaint, with the end goal bei…
 
The recent world events and subsequent bombardment of graphic tragedy in real-time have got me thinking once again, about the news, why I feel compelled to watch it, and what the (long term) negative implications might be. This week I look a closer look at vicarious trauma (VT), ‘the negative transformation in the helper that results (across time) …
 
This week Luis is joined by a pioneer in intergenerational trauma and author of "It Didn't Start With You", Mark Wolynn. They dive into language and the history of stored and inherited family trauma. They discuss how trauma unconsciously passes down through DNA and the expression of that through verbal and nonverbal trauma language. Mark also tells…
 
Losing a pet can be the most gut-wrenching and impactful things to happen. How do we cope with the loss? Dr Katie Lawlor is a Clinical Psychologist specializing in this area. We hope this discussion brings you some clarity. You can find her at https://www.instagram.com/petlosspsychologist/ and https://www.petlosscommunity.org --- Support this podca…
 
In this episode, Luis speaks with Natasha Levinger - energy reader, healer, spiritual coach - about energy work, attunement, Spirit, grief, and more. "What a spiritual experience it is to be in a body." "Attunement is a beautiful thing. I was recently using it in an example of when we’re only attuning to others and not ourselves, that’s when it get…
 
Jim Joyce, co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Sigyn Therapeutics discusses the development of Sigyn Therapy, the company's blood purification technology to overcome the limitations of drugs and other devices to treat Cytokine Storm induced inflammatory conditions that lead to sepsis. He explains the relationship between Cytokine Storm and COVID and h…
 
Sara Thomas, PhD, RD, registered dietician and research scientist at Abbott, discusses a new study from Abbott and The Ohio State University that was published in "Nutrients" that showed that adults with diabetes with low protein leads to physical limitations, lower overall diet quality, poorer nutrition density and more carbohydrates consumed. #Ab…
 
Rami Levin, President and CEO of Saniona discusses Tesomet, the first and only investigational treatment for Hypothalamic Obesity (HO) to receive orphan drug designation. This marks a major milestone for the patient community as there are currently no medications specifically approved for HO. Patients living with this disease experience uncontrolla…
 
Dr. Bruce Bender, PhD, lead researcher and co-director of the Center for Health Promotion at National Jewish Health discusses recent research published in "The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice" about The Asthma Toolkit Bootcamp, a program that improved physician adherence to current guidelines, leading to fewer hospitalizatio…
 
Daniel Shapiro, author of "The Thin Ledge: A Husband's Memoir of Love, Trauma, and Unexpected Circumstances" shares the reality of the fifteen years he spent living and caring for his wife, who suffered two massive brain hemorrhages and a personality change, while also single handedly raising their three young children. He discusses moving on and g…
 
Thanks to Heska Australia for supporting this very important series of episodes on mental health, resilience, and burnout prevention. Go to https://www.heska.com.au to find out about ways to re-imagine the way you run your in house labs and digital radiography. Professor Gordon Parker AO is Scientia Professor of Psychiatry at the University of NSW.…
 
Music, identity and mental illness: Using music to arouse empathy for and between identity groups such as abled and disabled people (people with severe mental illness). The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) stated that it 'is seriously concerned about the inequalities in terms of physical health and life expectancy …
 
Luis speaks with Euphrasia Nyaki about her upbringing in Tanzania, the journey to somatic experiencing, engaging the ancestors, family constellation in her practice, and more. "I think those two pieces - the somatic experiencing with the intergenerational work - I feel like that's just the gold. I see so many people who...their bodies are still beh…
 
Adam Sachs, co-founder and CEO of Vicarious Surgical, a company backed by Bill Gates and Vinod Khosla, discusses the company's Fantastic Voyage inspired-surgical robot that uses immersive reality to guide today's surgeons inside the body with new, groundbreaking technology that sets it apart from competitors. The system has received FDA Breakthroug…
 
Dr. Cindy Jacobs, PhD, MD, President and Chief Medical Officer at Achieve Life Sciences discusses the grant that was awarded from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to evaluate the use of cytisinicline as a treatment for the cessation of nicotine e-cigarette use. #AchieveLifeSciences Cindy Jacobs,…
 
Returning guest, Cathy Kuhn, PharmD, Director, Voice of the Customer at Updox, a complete healthcare communication platform for in-person and virtual care, discusses their recently released "Paperless Practice Playbook" with tips for providers on how to increase productivity, improve patient engagement and reduce burnout. She talks about why provid…
 
Derek Wallace, Vice President and Dengue Global Program Lead at Takeda, discusses the first public presentation of long-term safety and efficacy results from the ongoing pivotal Phase 3 Tetravalent Immunization against Dengue Efficacy Study (TIDES) trial of its dengue vaccine candidate, TAK-003, and the launch of the company’s global HCP dengue edu…
 
Hideki Garren, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer at Prothena discusses data from two presentations at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC); PRX012, Prothena’s next generation anti-amyloid beta (Aβ) antibody and the dual Aβ-tau vaccine being developed for the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's Disease (AD). He talks about th…
 
Mike Rea, is founder of Protodigm, a contract skunkworks lab specializing in minimizing the risk of drug development by avoiding bias, premature specialization, and providing clients a universe of possibilities in which a drug could be brought to market. He talks about how the use of the skunkworks concept common in tech and engineering can innovat…
 
As the most common type of non-cancerous tumors in women of reproductive age, uterine fibroids can cause physical symptoms, including heavy menstrual bleeding. Additionally, uterine fibroids can take a significant toll on quality of life, relationships and intimacy, employment, and create an overall reduced quality of well-being in a patient’s heal…
 
Dr. ​Steve Roman​o​, ​MD, ​Executive Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals discusses the results of their pivotal Phase 3 STRATA2016 clinical trial of StrataGraft ®, an investigational allogeneic cellularized scaffold product in development for the treatment of adult patients with deep partial-thickness burns. …
 
Nearly 1.8 million people globally die of lung cancer each year, more than the second and third most deadly cancers combined (colorectal and stomach cancer, respectively) because it is often detected and treated too late. Dr. Avrum "Avi" Spira, MD, MSc, Global Head of the Lung Cancer Initiative (LCI) at Johnson & Johnson, a renowned pulmonologist a…
 
Dr. Chris Anzalone, PhD, President and CEO of Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals discusses new positive patient-level data from their AROAAT2002 global Phase 2 study of ARO-AAT, an RNA therapeutic being co-developed by the company and Takeda, in patients with liver disease caused by alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD). He also talks about the company's RN…
 
Dr. Arezou Khosroshahi​, ​MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at Emory University​ discusses the enrollment of the first patient in Horizon Therapeutics' Phase 2 trial to evaluate HZN-7734, ​a first- in-class, fully human monoclonal antibody to treat people with moderate to severely active systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). SLE is an autoimmune di…
 
Dr. James Tursi, MD, Chief Scientific Officer of Ferring Pharmaceuticals discusses developments in microbiome-based therapeutics for the treatment of recurrent C. difficile (rCDI) infection. The current standard of care treatment for rCDI is currently antibiotics. While they are important, they do not restore the underlying health of the gut microb…
 
Returning guest, Dr. Kaveh Safavi, Global Health Lead of Accenture Health, discusses the findings from their 2021 Digital Health Tech Vision report that surveyed 399 healthcare executives across six countries to better understand their view of the impact technology is having on the healthcare industry and what this means for the future. #AccentureH…
 
Vicarious trauma, burnout, and living with the critic inside your head is supported by Heska Australia. It's time to re-imagine how you run your in-house pathology and radiography. Visit https://www.heska.com.au/products/lab-diagnostics/ to discover how. In this conversation, we explore some ideas that we’re all familiar with, like how to live with…
 
This episode Luis reconnects with his dear friend, Lynida Darbes, to talk about spiritual integration therapy -- which involves "an awareness of the process we go through of constantly being called on to integrate our emotions or psychological experience with our spiritual evolution." "I think the falling off the cliff was pretty instantaneous, aft…
 
Richard Ager and Clare Ciborowska of 1 Crown Office Row (Brighton) discuss with Rosalind English the distressing and emotional business of removing newborns from their mothers when it is decided that it is in the infant’s best interests. Earlier this year the Public Law Working group has published a series of recommendations for improvements in pra…
 
Girish Navani, CEO and Cofounder of eClinicalWorks, a leader in healthcare IT solutions discusses PRISMA, the healthcare industry's first health information search engine that leverages a "one patient, one record" approach for fast and accurate decision-making that can be lifesaving. This platform helps to better know patients and provide more effe…
 
Returning guest, Dr. Larry Edwards, ​MD, MACP, MACR, rheumatologist and Chairman of the Gout Education Society discusses managing gout during the summer, with travel and get togethers, and how HCPs can prepare their patients to manage proper medications and lifestyle habits during this time. #GoutEducationSociety #ManagingGout #Gout Dr. N. Lawrence…
 
Returning guest, Dr. Jeremy Levin, Chairman and CEO of Ovid Therapeutics, Inc., and former chairman of the global Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) discusses the new COVID variant Delta-Plus, a virus that mutated from the highly infective Delta version, and why vaccinations are so crucial. #OvidTherapeutics #DeltaPlus #COVID Dr. Jeremy M.…
 
Dr. Ryan Mathis, MD, Vice President of Commercial Strategy at PolarityTE discusses SkinTE™ an innovative alternative for the treatment of chronic wounds, like diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs). He talks about the science behind SkinTE™, how it's made of a patient’s own full-thickness skin, which retains the endogenous regenerative cellular populations fo…
 
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