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Unyielding

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Unyielding

Pathways To Hope Network

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Welcome to Unyielding, a twice-monthly podcast for Pathways to Hope Network. Our goal is to voice the challenges of having a child in the juvenile court system while honoring the unyielding love between a mother and her child.
 
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On Your Mind

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On Your Mind

Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D.

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What’s on your mind? Are you or a loved one struggling with mental health challenges? Do you have a specific personal or professional interest in mental health? Perhaps you are looking to build mental and emotional resiliency. The On Your Mind podcast by Journey’s Dream brings together professionals in the field who are successfully supporting people through mental health challenges to a place of true and lasting well-being. Here you will find hope and inspiration. You will walk away with pr ...
 
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Love should not be as complicated as we make it sound. It simply has the power to connect people together and, eventually, protects, preserves, and benefits humanity in the long run. Timothy J. Hayes’ guest in this episode is making love simple. Discover the formula and the attitudes of love as he sits down with a teacher on the powerful principle …
 
Health and wellness is a hot button topic in today’s modern world. With all the stress of modern life, a holistic approach, such as functional medicine, is a good path to health. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D and Valencia Ray, MD talk all about functional medicine. Dr. Ray discusses what set her on her current path and how you can empowe…
 
The real goal of treating patients is to find what's impairing their ability to heal or develop. This is what Allen Lewis, MD, greatly believes, striving for optimal wellness for his patients as he treats children and adults with Autism, PANS/PANDAS, Lyme & Behavior Disorders. In this episode, he sits down with Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D, to talk abou…
 
Few people have experienced the struggle of psychiatric patients like Ronald Bassman has. Ronald has seen both sides of the locked door. At the age of 25, he was institutionalized at a psychiatric hospital and treated with electroshock, insulin comas, and massive doses of medication. In this episode, he retells the traumatic events that led him to …
 
Episode 5: What to expect: Siblings Host: Angie Frey Having a child in crisis affects the entire family. Amid chaos and emotions, it's easy to overlook other family members who may not be directly involved, particularly siblings. Whether we talk about it with them or not, our children are very aware of the changes in the family dynamic and that the…
 
We don’t talk enough about children’s mental health but it’s something that we should have more awareness about if we want to help children with learning and behavioral problems. Some people are helping us do this in interesting ways and one of those is this episode’s guest. Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D sits down for a conversation with Wynford Dore of …
 
Brainspotting is the revolutionary new therapy that brings about life-changing breakthroughs. With the advances in brain-based therapy, more people are seeing results that address issues that take talk-based therapy a lot of time to resolve. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D discusses this technique with its creator, David Grand, Ph.D. David…
 
Studies show that couples argue more during their child's teen years than they do any other time in their child's developmental years. In episode four, we take at look at some of the ways having a child in crisis can impact your marriage/domestic relationship. From different parenting styles to the slippery slope of “Don’t tell dad,” I share a few …
 
We all carry emotional scars on our psyche. People have an unlimited potential to love, we just need inside out healing of our emotional wounds. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. is joined by Dr. Richard Moss and they discuss emotions, feelings and love. Richard talks about his experiences and how he got into mindfulness practices. Richard …
 
Mental health care supported the haves rather than the have-nots much more than anyone would like to admit. Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. presents Sean Perry, who created We R HOPE Incorporated to make mental health care accessible to children who can't afford it. Sean explains how some things shouldn't be about money, and mental health is one of them. …
 
Podcast Info: Title: E. 3: What to expect: From yourself Release Date: Month, Day, 2021 Speaker: Angie Frey In Episode Three, we discuss the importance of understanding trauma while walking through this journey. We hear the advice of other moms who have walked this very same road, those who have faced this trauma, and hope to help strengthen you as…
 
Our emotions undeniably impact our well-being, and studies have shown that it often manifests physically. But how far have we come in understanding this "emotion code?" Today's guest is Dr. Bradley Nelson, a renowned expert on natural and holistic methods of achieving wellness, where he focuses on helping people release their emotional baggage. He …
 
When you’re in distress and you just don’t know what to do to make you feel better, you can try a treatment to soothe you unlike no other. Be the best version of yourself, and tune into this episode! Brad Yates explains what EFT tapping is and its effects on mental health. Brad Yates is known internationally for his creative and often humorous use …
 
In Episode One, we take a look at the Juvenile Courts System. We talk through a little about what happens after an arrest, the diversion program (12:35), Detention (13:00), and Attorneys (15:00). We also talk about what to expect at a hearing (19:00), Terms and Conditions (26:00), and Pretrial Hearings (28:30). Most importantly, though, we talk abo…
 
Today we pick up where we left off in episode 1 and continue the conversation on some basic information regarding the juvenile court process. We’ll review felony and misdemeanor charges as well as degrees and counts. We’ll also briefly touch on plea deals & trials, what sentencing & probation look like, and then wrap the episode up by talking about…
 
You are meant to achieve great things. It’s time to restore hope in yourself and rebuild the core connection that will lead you to success. Learn from Mira Rubin as she shares how you could reconnect with your core. Mira is a transformational coach and podcast host who is committed to helping people reconnect with their core being and to find their…
 
Brain tapping has a lot of positive impacts on your mental health. So be prepared for a life worth living and tune into this episode. Dr. Patrick K. Porter summarizes the benefits of regular use of the brain tap device. Dr. Patrick is an award-winning author, speaker, and the founder of BrainTap, the leader in technology-enhanced meditation. Over t…
 
When you hit rock bottom feeling like happiness is out of reach, and there's nowhere else to go, remember that life is full of surprises. There is always an opportunity to heal and recover so you can live your best life. Join your host Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D., as he talks with Morgan Beard about managing depression and anxiety for personal develop…
 
Every child is a brilliant learner. Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. presents Dr. JoQueta Handy, an Integrative Medicine Practitioner who opens new pathways to educate children with autism. Dr. JoQueta has an immense passion for helping these children succeed in the classroom. She explains that every child is full of learning potential; we just need to ste…
 
When faced with difficulties, we tend to lose hope in everything and question our purpose. It’s absolutely the time to turn your struggles into positivity and take care of your mental health. Steve Miccio discusses wellness action plans with your host, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. Driven by his personal experience of being diagnosed with a mental illne…
 
Psychiatric rights continues to be a contentious issue as psychiatric drugging and other controversial treatments continue to be used in alarmingly increasing rates. This strikes a particularly painful chord for Jim Gottstein, who had personally experienced how abusive the psychiatric health system can be. Not long after his personal experience, he…
 
People are afraid to talk about mental health. Big companies tend to ignore some of the most obvious signs of mental illness because they don't want to talk about it. Also, people who know that they have mental health issues tend to ignore all the signs. They need it right in their face before they act on it. Mental health awareness is needed, espe…
 
It’s alarming to know that there’s a rising burden of mental illness globally, especially for those diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar. It’s time to rethink psychiatric care and focus on providing solutions for mentally ill patients. The author of Mad in America, Robert Whitaker, shares his knowledge on psychiatric care and what has been wrong…
 
PTSD can interfere with your ability to go about your normal daily tasks. A person with PTSD may be bombarded with upsetting memories. They could also be very edgy or have trouble sleeping. So how do you resolve PTSD? One innovative solution is the RESET Therapy. RESET Therapy stands for Reconsolidation Enhancement Stimulation of Emotional Triggers…
 
Australia is experiencing a mental health epidemic not much different from what the US has. If you are experiencing problems of any sort, go see your doctor, get them to prescribe a pill, and you’ll be alright. That’s what the system would like you to think. Most of the people in the health industry are aware that it’s not as simple as that but the…
 
The road to mental health recovery is a long and often arduous process. Often, many face challenges and discrimination, but with the right support system, it can be done. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. interviews educator and mental health advocate, Lauren Spiro. Lauren shares her journey towards mental health and the opportunities she h…
 
Sometimes the thoughts that you have in your head can act like an inner critic that will just lower your self-esteem. It's always best to block out those negative thoughts and focus on living in the present. Self-help mechanisms like meditation, yoga, and breathwork can help. These are all the things Dr. Gail Brenner recommends. Gail is an author a…
 
Modern medicine treats mental health symptoms instead of healing the whole person. Many times, the cause of these issues are traumatic events and failing relationships. The show’s guest in this episode is Reverend Steven Steinberger-Domienik, who is also a mental health counselor. Reverend Steven discusses with Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. his experien…
 
If a good leader can admit to their own weaknesses and work hard on addressing them, the entire team will surely benefit as well. When Wayne Dumas desired to unlock a better version of himself, he turned to the Optimal Being Program. Joining Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D., the COO of Network Data Systems shares the fruits of being part of this particular…
 
People cannot function properly if their problems and burdens are left unchecked. They need to fix what is inside of them and they can't do it alone. In this episode, you will learn how you can, as a leader, support your team to become optimal beings. Timothy J. Hayes brings Mark Hattas and Rex Montague-Bauer, the founders of Rookha Group Inc and J…
 
Dealing with depression, anxiety, and other forms of psychological suffering is difficult. Diederik Wolsak joins Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. to talk about his healing center and how the forgiveness process helps in the whole healing process. He is the founder and program director of Choose Again Attitudinal Healing Centre that helps people transform t…
 
Have you been through a stressful challenge in your life that’s impacted your body? Today’s guest is Dr. Andrew Pleener, the Founder and Director of #SameHere Psych Alliance. In this episode, Dr. Pleener discusses with Timothy Hayes, Psy.D. how mental health should not be a topic limited to the 1 in 5 labeled with mental illness, but for 5 in 5 bec…
 
Are you aware that the physical pain you’re feeling can be connected to past trauma? Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D., a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in relieving post-traumatic stress symptoms talks with Mitzi Montague-Bauer about the connection between physical pain and emotional trauma. He explains that majority of our discomfort is di…
 
How do you close a chapter of your life that means so much to you? A lot of combat veterans, even veterans with other experiences, have trouble transitioning from combat. Veteran Wellness Coordinator Marcus Farris tells Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. how Mission 22 came upon and the way it helps veterans deal with trauma, learn to embrace new things, and…
 
Fighting sleep issues isn’t as easy as counting sheep at night. As Dr. Nishi Bhopal, a board-certified in psychiatry and sleep medicine shares with Timothy J. Hayes, most of the time, what helps improve our sleep quality has more to do with our lifestyle during the day than what we do during nighttime. Dr. Nishi highlights 3 important elements that…
 
Mental health is an area of healing that begs for more innovative solutions. A growing body of evidence is making a strong case for the claim that integrative approaches to mental wellness are creating better results for people than reliance on traditional medication and psychotherapy. The Director of the Pacific Psychological Care Group, Dr. Jeffr…
 
Our body sends us signals about our health and wellbeing far more than what we take notice of. The physical symptoms reveal other deeper issues that, when left unattended, may slowly creep their way up and become something much serious. Joy Dettling learned this the hard way. After all the stress—physically, emotionally, and mentally—and a laundry …
 
While medications help people with their mental health conditions and addiction, it is, however, not ideal in the long run. Many have found themselves suffering from withdrawal symptoms, stuck inside yet another loop. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes Psy.D. sits down with Lyle Murphy to ask him about what he has found to help others free themselve…
 
The Trowbridge Road is a 2020 National Book Awards Longlist Selection novel written by Marcella Pixley for young people. It revolves around childhood trauma, death, and redemption through friendship. Do you want to know the inspiration behind Marcella's much-awarded novel? Are you coping with childhood trauma, and you're seeking healing and redempt…
 
Are you struggling with overcoming addictions in your life? Whether you are addicted to alcohol, social media, sex, etc., Laura McKowen understands what you're going through. Laura is the author of We Are The Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life, wherein she reveals her heart-wrenching struggles with overcoming her addiction to alcohol. T…
 
Your body plays a major role in trauma resolution. Since we experience everything through our bodies, they have a significant correlation to our psychological health. Joining Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. today is Dr. Pat Ogden, the Founder of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI). Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a body-centered treatment of unresolv…
 
It is indeed alarming that the word postpartum has become synonymous with depression, though in fact, it pertains to the transition stage between pregnancy and motherhood. To help mothers and their respective partners get through this challenging life phase, the help of a postpartum doula is extremely valuable. Exploring this profession with Timoth…
 
Being thrust into the challenging situations inherent in the military, many veterans come out needing mental health services. Dr. Frank Yurasek zeroes in on the plight of veterans in areas around post-traumatic stress disorder, the silent suicide epidemic, and the pain afflicting them as well as non-veterans. However, different from what has been u…
 
There’s a reason why so many cultures have used storytelling in a myriad of ways over history, but one primary reason is it’s a way for people to connect to each other, to understand things, to know what to pay attention to, and to heal from past wounds. Kathryn Nicolai has always been a storyteller and somebody who told herself bedtime stories as …
 
Mental health illnesses have always been treated on a subjective level, concentrating on the patient's feelings and thoughts. This may have been a tried and tested procedure in functional psychiatry, but Dr. Donald Raden chose to go beyond the norm and conduct treatments on the objective side. He sits down with Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. to share his…
 
Many veterans have invisible wounds—the mental health issues—that make it difficult for them to go back to civilian life. Even more, these also take a toll on their families. In this episode, Dr. Timothy J. Hayes interviews Modie Lavin, a coordinator for the Road Home Program, about mental health and the support services needed for veterans and the…
 
For many people suffering from rather peculiar disorders that many people don't understand that much, such as dyslexia, schizophrenia, and multiple personalities, the hope of them getting better is close to impossible. But Dan Hostetler, who works in providing recovery programs for free, begs to differ. He joins Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. to share hi…
 
It has often been said that we are very good at sending people to war, but not as good at supporting them when they come back. This rings terribly true when you look at the vast percentage of military veterans who are struggling to make a smooth transition to civilian life. From finding gainful employment to dealing with mental issues, every aspect…
 
Beyond the physical and mental aspects of pursuing your calling is the importance of spirituality. Too often, when people still feel like there is something missing, it is often this aspect that they forget about. Dr. David Gruder is an award-winning clinical and organizational developmental psychologist who helps leaders and influencers repair and…
 
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