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Jewelry experts share their successes and offer lessons they’ve learned along the way. Listen in with host Katie Hacker for tips, trends, advice on selling your jewelry, using tools, shopping for jewelry making materials, and how you can impact the environment in better ways. Discover how this intimate accessory and historic status symbol has brought people together and apart, and how jewelry connects makers and wearers today.
 
Mythical is an actual play Pokémon-inspired Dungeons & Dragons podcast! It is broken down into smaller seasons where new listeners can pick up quickly, but older audiences can still feel invested in the creation of our worlds. Seasons 1 and 3 were streamed live on twitch.tv/pkmncast, and this is the audio version of our episodes. Season 2 was recorded at 2016 Gen Con. Seasons 4 and 5 were recorded locally with the crew. It's important to note that each Season is self-contained and you do NOT ...
 
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In this episode, we continue our discussion on Ego State work focusing particularly on preparation and resourcing. Mindstead- Esty for your mind! Click here https://connect.springerpub.com/content/sgremdr/6/3/120?implicit-login=true Initial Ego State Work: What is important for both therapist and client to keep in mind is that ego states also have …
 
Known for his stunning jewelry designs featuring rough diamonds, innovative artisan jeweler Todd Reed has been redefining luxury and championing ethical sourcing throughout his career. Turning the notion of fine jewelry on its head, he is drawn to these uncut, unpolished diamond crystals for the quirkiness of their personalities. From the perfect s…
 
Listen to our brand new series that discussed the importance and interventions of ego state work and how to utilize it within EMDR therapy. Listen to our brand new series that discussed the importance and interventions of ego state work and how to utilize it within EMDR therapy. Shout out to Katherine Keller! She’s offering free consultation calls …
 
Seeing nature’s treasures in their natural environments, never before seen by another human, is an amazing privilege, crystal and fossil hunter John Cornish relates. It can also be a little oasis of calm and refreshment anyone can enjoy or remember when life’s craziness gets to be too much. Join host Katie Hacker for this upbeat and down-to-earth e…
 
Prized for its blues, greens, and ever-varying patterns of distinctive matrix, turquoise is among the most popular of gemstones and has been for thousands of years. Think turquoise today, and Native American jewelry comes quickly to mind — and vice versa. Join host Katie Hacker for an exploration into these iconic treasures of the American Southwes…
 
For this episode we were joined by Simon Milliship, an experienced digital business strategy and brand transformation leader with a proven track record in both B2B & B2C businesses, working with global brands such as Adidas, Ford, SAP and Motorola. His experience as a creative director and transformation expert has helped give Simon a deep understa…
 
Sarah Cathcart hand fashions elaborate and arresting leather masks one at a time, an art that grew out of her experience as a theatrical costume designer. But, she tells host Katie Hacker, “Masks are so niche — or were until 2020,” she adds wryly. “Sort of face jewelry, but not something you’d wear too much.” So she drew upon her favorite medium an…
 
In this episode, we are going to explore the ways in which the brain shuts down in response to trauma and how we combat that in EMDR therapy. Introduction of the Triune Brain: *Rational Brain: The Rational Brain is evolutionarily the youngest part of our brain. It is responsible for hindsight, foresight and insight. The rational brain is also known…
 
It’s the challenge of making that interests Robert Lopez and drives him toward ever bigger and bolder jewelry designs. He thrives on figuring out the engineering of complex pieces, and sometimes develops his own tools to meet his particular needs. That’s today, but while teaching himself metalsmithing he used whatever was at hand: a construction ha…
 
Listen in to hear Jen, Melissa and Bridger discuss left brain versus right brain interweaving and how it applies to the therapy model Beyond Healing Center practices. Trauma Processing from the perspective of the right brain vs left brain Right Brain: -trauma is disintegrating to our processing system -right brain is where we process the emotional …
 
Listen in with host Katie Hacker as artisan jewelry entrepreneur Kristen Baird shares her secret to success. The minute she learned about the Red Backpack Fund, she started her application, completed it that day, and became one of the first to be awarded a $5,000 grant. When Covid-19 hit, she’d already been improving her online infrastructure, then…
 
Many consultancies tend to overlook the need for creative input on projects. Danny Fontaine, Creative Director at IBM, likes to take a slightly different approach. He explains how storytelling can add a punch to your pitch, the challenges of translating physical experiences into digital, and how taking a creative approach is always critical.…
 
In this episode, Jen, Melissa and Bridger discuss how contributors of the field of EMDR have shaped their development as therapists. Contributors to the Field of EMDR Irene Siegel: The Sacred Path of the Therapist Ana Gomez : EMDR Therapy and Adjunct Approaches Jim Knipe: EMDR Toolbox – Theory and Treatment of complex PTSD and Dissociation Joan Lov…
 
After a voice told artist Karen Smith she’d go to Senegal, she went. Apprenticing there with a master goldsmith, she was watched constantly but silently by a young girl. “She thinks you’re a ghost,” someone finally told Karen. “She’s never seen a woman do what you’re doing.” In response, in 2019 Karen launched We Wield the Hammer in Oakland, CA, de…
 
Listen in on another example of a Future Template. Melissa guides Jen through this exercise as she works through her daily life stressors. Information about Future Template This exercise is a resource to help someone prepare for an event that is coming up. Future Template is a great resource for those who are feeling stressed or anxious. We are not…
 
Overnight, Francesca Watson began developing her online jewelry program in earnest. When COVID-19 struck, her teaching studio already offered some tutorials online, but The Makery had been all about learning in person. Suddenly, online was her only real option. Since then, she’s worked out a lot more bugs and now plays host to over 1,500 remote stu…
 
Listen in on a recording of Jen doing EMDR therapy with an 8 year old girl. In this demonstration, Jen shows how to reprocess a target and move into a Future Template. Client Information Client: 8yo female Symptoms: Anxiety and fear about insects, avoidance of going outdoors Identified Target: Getting stung by a wasp while eating dinner outside Ima…
 
For episode 14, we were joined by Ben Kay, who has over 10 years experience of working client-side in senior positions leading digital transformation and social strategy. Ben has worked within businesses such as IBM, EE and Thames Water, helping them build meaningful and value-driven relationships with their customers by utilising new approaches to…
 
Kate Wolf has three loves: carving wax, designing tools, and teaching. All three center around creating wax models for jewelry casting. Today she’s focusing a lot on tool design and developing online workshops to replace the live classes she’s had to suspend but really, really misses. Once she starts working in wax, though, there’s nothing like its…
 
Do you feel like you need a refresher on how to use a future template? Did you know that there are different ways to use a future template? In this episode we will explore the many benefits to utilizing a future template with your clients. There are a few different ways that we can utilize a future template with our clients: –Trauma treatment is ci…
 
For this episode, we were joined by Simon Carter, who’s led organizations through significant change and transformation across a variety of sectors. Simon has a proven track record of accelerating business growth, from the integration and implementation of digital strategies right through to marketing rollout. In his latest role with RM Education, …
 
Inlay artist Jeff Fulkerson gives every surface of his jewelry special attention, whether it’s visible when worn or not. Comparing this art to painting with rocks, he says the best part about learning to cut stone is creating your own palette of color and shape. He advises studying techniques so you can apply what you learn any way you want, and co…
 
The artist’s safety net for over 35 years, the Craft Emergency Relief Fund launched its special Covid-19 response earlier this summer: one-time $1,000 grants for urgent needs. Deadline for the current cycle of awards is September 9, 2020. Listen to host Katie Hacker’s conversation with Carrie Cleveland, Education and Outreach Manager for CERF+, and…
 
A lover of knowledge and understanding, Charles Lewton-Brain is best known for inventing the metalsmithing technique of foldforming. He is also an award-winning art jeweler, a master goldsmith, a prolific author, and a dynamic jewelry instructor, and occupies a singular place in jewelry today. Listen in as he shares tales of discovery with host Kat…
 
In this episode we keep talking with Bridger Falenstein about Polyvagal Theory and how it can aid us in being a part of our clients’ healing experience. Home Polyvagal theory in practice Home The post Episode 33: Introduction to Polyvagal Theory w/ Bridger (Part 2) appeared first on Notice That.By Jen Savage and Melissa Sundwall
 
She’s done it all. Jewelry tool inventor, marketing maven, trend spotter, and art jeweler Brenda Schweder has learned to balance doing what she loves and contributing to the family income. Her passion: making jewelry from found objects and steel wire, and figuring out the engineering to put them together. Listen in as she tells host Katie Hacker he…
 
Listen in as Bridger Falkentsein introduces us to the fundamental concepts of Polyvagal Theory and how it can guide us as therapists practicing EMDR Therapy. In this episode, Jen and Melissa introduce a new therapist from Beyond Healing Center and discuss a foundational theory in the development of Somatic Information Processing, a model of therapy…
 
Joe Silvera loves to teach jewelry making. He started by helping undergrads when he was a grad student, and when he went back to it, felt that he had come home..He’s taught at shows and craft fairs, in his own Bay Area jewelry school, and online. Join host Katie Hacker as they talk metalsmithing at home and in other small spaces, and discover the S…
 
For our third remotely recorded episode of Off Brand, we spoke to Netherlands-based Jaspar Roos. Jaspar is a serial entrepreneur and Founding Partner at Limpid & Co., a management consultancy based in Amsterdam. With a unique perspective on using humour and playfulness to spur collaboration and innovation, Jaspar discusses what he learnt from years…
 
As an art student, Mark Nelson had a job cleaning and maintaining the jewelry lab. When he finally decided to take a jewelry making class, his teacher told him he was pretty good at it and should change his major. He did, and never looked back. He’s made a career of figuring out how to make things work, and today is jewelry supplier Rio Grande’s Ed…
 
Christine Dhein’s youthful enthusiasm for the environment was matched by her love of jewelry making, but it was only years later that she realized how at odds the two could be. Since then she has developed and taught courses, written books, and launched a website devoted to eco jewelry, promoting healthy and safe practices for the studio and beyond…
 
http://emdr-podcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Exploring-Cultural-Moments.m4a Explore the impact of holding a space of curiosity, non-judgment, and compassion for self and others while looking at our current cultural events. Embrace our discomfort, as well as your own, as a willingness to learn and grow through what is being highlighted in our …
 
For our second remotely recorded episode of the Off Brand podcast, Vicki spoke to Peter Gandy, Managing Director at Reason. Peter has worked with many leading corporates as well as startups to help them find success in digital, and in this episode, he breaks down his thoughts on digital transformation and explains why right now customers are priori…
 
Alex and Keith Horst give us a peek into a rockhound’s life, from finding inspiration in stones to cabbing, gem carving, and other lapidary work, plus making jewelry from their discoveries. As lifelong learners and instructors, they share their stories and tips. Listen in with host Katie Hacker as she talks about rocks and more with experts Alex an…
 
Listen as Bridger takes you through an exercise of knowing and experiencing gratitude. If you would like, you may follow along with a pen and a piece of paper. https://media.blubrry.com/noticethat/content.blubrry.com/noticethat/Knowing_Gratitude.m4a The post Episode 27: Knowing Gratitude- Journaling Prompts Mini Series appeared first on Notice That…
 
Listen to Jen as she walks you through an internal bonding exercise. Find a quiet place, and if you’d like, follow along with a piece of paper. https://media.blubrry.com/noticethat/content.blubrry.com/noticethat/Journaling_Prompt__Internal_Bonding_Final_3.mp3 The post Episode 27: Internal Bonding- Journaling Prompts Mini Series appeared first on No…
 
Pearl collector and jewelry maker Tammy Jones describes growing up where “everyone had to have a Tennessee pearl ring.” Listen in with host Katie Hacker as Tammy explains the seven factors for evaluating pearls and offers advice on pearl shopping and care. Learn about nacre, orient, and other special pearl attributes. Discover the differences, hist…
 
In our first remotely-recorded episode of Off Brand, Vicki was joined by Tommy Henderson-Reay of The National Care Forum. Tommy's extensive background in social work has lead him to his current role of Digital Transformation Lead at NCF. The care sector is generally lagging in terms of Digital Transformation compared to most sectors, but it appears…
 
Artist entrepreneur Becky Nunn describes what it’s like to steer her jewelry findings business through the Coronavirus pandemic. Although she planned for a worst-case scenario, nothing could have prepared her for the nuances of these unprecedented times. Join host Katie Hacker and learn how Becky is navigating the changes and using her creativity i…
 
Successful maker, teacher, gallery owner, and constant student Julie Sanford says her art and business have grown up together in an organic evolution. Her passion for making jewelry has been a constant in her life, even as her career path first took her into retail jewelry and teaching art. She also shares tips on ways to sell your own jewelry, her…
 
Learn some tips and tricks for using Telehealth with children as we interview Kristen about her practice and what she has learned about providing Telehealth. 1) Primary difference between kids and adults when utilizing Telehealth 2) Strategies for keeping their attention 3) How do you “play” over Telehealth? 4) Parent involvement 5) Special ethical…
 
https://media.blubrry.com/noticethat/content.blubrry.com/noticethat/Notice_That_Ep_Telehealth_.mp3 EMDR and Telehealth: Listen in as we discuss some important considerations in making the switch from face to face therapy to Telehealth therapy, especially while utilizing EMDR as your primary approach. 1) Making the transition with your client 2) Re-…
 
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