Intuition (Sixth Sense) ~ Dr. Laurie Nadel, Psychotherapist

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Tonight Dr. Frager’s guest is Dr. Laurie Nadel

Laurie Nadel is the author of six books, including the four-time best-seller Sixth Sense: Unlocking your Ultimate Mind Power. This breakthrough book on how intuition works in the brain is now in its 25th year. She has appeared on Oprah and is a regular guest on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. Happiness Genes: Unlock the Positive Potential Within Your DNA, coauthored with James Baird, Ph.D., won the 2011 USA Best Book award in the Spirituality genre. Her memoir Dancing with the Wind: A True Story of Zen in the Art of Windsurfing (Paraview Press, 2001) was nominated for a National Book Award.

Dr. Laurie has taught intuitive leadership to executives from countries all over the world.

Currently, she is focusing on her private practice as a psychotherapist specializing in trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Laurie runs free support groups for people in her home town of Long Beach, NY whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. After 9/11/01, she treated hundreds of eye-witnesses to the World Trade Center attack and ran a program for teenagers whose fathers were killed in the Towers.

With a dual career in psychology and journalism, she filed a series of reports on the psychological impact of 9/11 on people living in the suburbs for The New York Times’ Long Island section. (The New York Times shut the regional sections—Long Island, New Jersey, Connecticut and Westchester—in 2009.) Her primary beat was the marine environment, where she won two press awards for her “On the Water” cover stories. Her byline on more than 100 articles, including her religion column “Long Island at Worship,” can be found at www.nytimes.com.

In private practice since 1991, Dr. Laurie has helped thousands of adults and adolescents recover from life-shattering events. After twenty years working for such major news organizations as United Press International, Newsweek, ABC and CBS News, she changed careers, earning three advanced degrees through independent study. After earning doctorates in cognitive psychology and clinical hypnotherapy, Dr. Laurie completed a post-doctoral program, “Clinical Training in Mind-Body Medicine” at Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Mind-Body Medicine. In addition to her formal education, Dr. Laurie draws from her three decades of Buddhist practice and a decade of study with indigenous healers in South America.

Dr. Laurie Nadel has been designated a Worldwide Leader in Healthcare by the International Association of Healthcare Professionals and was cited for her work at the WTC Family Center by New York State Governor George Pataki.

Books

Sixth Sense — Four-time best-seller, featured twice on Oprah
Happiness Genes (with James Baird, Ph.D.) — Winner of 2011 USA Best Book Award, Spirituality Genre (2010)
Dancing with the Wind — Nominated for National Book Award
Intuition at Work — Edited by Alex Pattakos, Ph.D.

Website: http://www.laurienadel.com

RELATED LINKS:

Intuition  (Wikipedia article)

Psychotherapy  (Wikipedia article)

Unlock Your Sixth Sense: Think Smarter, Not Harder   (article by Dr. Laurie Nadel)

International Remote Viewing Association

About Lyn Buchanan

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Anxiety ~ Dr. Tamar Chansky, “Freeing Yourself from Anxiety”

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Tonight Dr. Frager’s guest is Dr. Tamar Chansky

Tamar Chansky, Ph.D. is a psychologist dedicated to helping children, teens and adults overcome anxiety and make the mind a safer place to live

Dr. Tamar Chansky, a licensed psychologist, is the Founder and Director of the Children’s and Adult Center for OCD and Anxiety in Plymouth Meeting, PA. She is the author of numerous books on the treatment of anxiety including the popular Freeing Yourself from Anxiety Series: Freeing Your Child From Anxiety, Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking, and Freeing Your Child From Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Dr. Chansky is the creator of the educational website: worrywisekids.org. Her most recent book, Freeing Yourself from Anxiety: The 4-Step Plan to Overcome Worry and Create the Life You Want is for anyone suffering from everyday worry, an anxiety disorder or depression.

Website:  http://tamarchansky.com

RELATED LINKS:

The Four Steps to Overcoming Anxiety  (by Dr. Chansky; not a substitute for reading her book, but how to do it in a nutshell)

Anxiety  (MedlinePlus)  

Fear and anxiety are part of life. You may feel anxious before you take a test or walk down a dark street. This kind of anxiety is useful – it can make you more alert or careful. It usually ends soon after you are out of the situation that caused it. But for millions of people in the United States, the anxiety does not go away, and gets worse over time. They may have chest pains or nightmares. They may even be afraid to leave home. These people have anxiety disorders. Types include

Treatment can involve medicines, therapy or both.

NIH: National Institute of Mental Health

Anxiety  (Wikipedia article)

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Relationships ~ Dr. Karyn McKenzie

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Tonight Dr. Frager’s guest is Dr. Karyn McKenzie

Dr. Karyn McKenzie has been a professor in the psychology department at Georgetown College for 19 years and currently serves as Department Chair, Division Chair, and Faculty Chair.  She received her undergraduate degree from Yale University and her masters and doctorate degrees from the University of Kentucky.

For the past 15 years she has taught a Relationships course, which focuses on romantic relationships across the lifespan.  Topics covered include attraction, passion, conflict, jealousy,  betrayal, romanticism, and balancing work & family.  She regularly gives presentations on these topics as well.

Questions for Dr. Frager’s show:

 1)    Besides usually making life more fun, what effect does having a relationship have on our lives (e.g., health benefits, etc.)?

2)      What are some gender differences (and similarities) related to relationships?

3)      What are the biggest predictors of friendships?

4)      What are the primary reasons why people break up?  What are the biggest predictors of divorce?  

5)      Should fighting be avoided?

6)      What topics do couples fight about most frequently?

7)      Should couples live together before getting married?

8)      What are similarities and differences between couples, based on sexual orientation?

9)      What are characteristics of successfully relationships/marriages?

10)   How have romantic relationships changed over time – the past 50 years?

11)   How can people strengthen their relationships?

12)   Which personality characteristics are predictive of divorce?

13)   What is self-monitoring and how does it affect relationships and other life domains?

RELATED LINKS:

Intimate Relationships  (Source: Wikipedia)   “An intimate relationship is an interpersonal relationship that involves physical or emotional intimacy. Physical intimacy is characterized by romantic or passionate attachment or sexual activity. While the term intimate relationship commonly implies the inclusion of a sexual relationship, the term is also used as a euphemism for a relationship that is strictly sexual.”

The Gottman Institute  The Gottman Institute is dedicated to combining wisdom from research and practice to support and strengthen marriages, families, and relationships. It brings the knowledge of research to therapists–and the insight of therapists to researchers. This link between research and practice reflects the collaboration of John and Julie Gottman, whose combined research and clinical experience is extensive, and incomparable.

 

 

 

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Dating (again) ~ Susan J. Elliott

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Tonight’s guest is author Susan J. Elliott, JD MEd.

Susan J. Elliott is a grief counselor, therapist, motivational speaker, media expert and attorney who lives in New York.

She is the author of “Getting Past Your Breakup: How To Turn A Devastating Loss Into The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You” (Da Capo 2009). It received great reviews, including being voted the Best Breakup Book of 2009 by About.com

She is the creator of the GPYB blog, seminar series and workshops. She has been quoted, as a relationship expert, in a wide-variety of media locally (NYC), nationally and internationally.

Her new book, Getting Back Out There: Secrets to Successful Dating and Finding Real Love After the Big Breakup was released January 2015.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mount Holyoke College where she graduated magna cum laude with High Honors and Phi Beta Kappa.  She holds a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from Cambridge College.  She holds a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Berkeley.

She is certified as a grief counselor through the Grief Recovery Institute in Los Angeles, CA.

Her website is gettingbackoutthere.com.

RELATED LINKS:

Dating  (wikipedia article)   with 189 footnotes)

Dating  (from about.com)

Dating Quotes  (from BrainyQuote)

Dating  (how to articles from WikiHow)

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Birds? Bees? ~ Deborah Roffman, author of “Talk to Me First…”

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Tonight’s guest was Deborah Roffman, author of  “Talk to Me First.”

Deborah Roffman is a former member of the National Advisory Council for Sexual Health. Her work on childhood and teen sexuality has appeared in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Boston Globe. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Her previous books include Sex and Sensibility and But How’d I Get in There in the First Place? Her new book is Talk To Me First: Everything You Need to Know to Become Your Kids’ “Go-To Person” about Sex.

Ms. Roffman’s website is:  talk2mefirst.com

Questions we tentatively plan to ask Ms. Roffman:

From what sources are most kids getting their information about sex these days?

In Talk to Me First, you offer a number of specific examples of situations that parents can use as “teachable moments.” What are some common ones that parents can watch for?

How should parents respond to the dreaded “how old were you when you first had sex” question from their child?

What do you to say to individuals who believe discussions about sex should be reserved for older children?

How can parents go about promoting healthy dialogue about matters of sex and intimacy with their children at various stages of their development?

You suggest that parents use a concept called “Folding in the Facts.” What is it and why should parents take this approach?

You’re a supporter of parents setting healthy limits for their children. What are three simple ways parents can go about this?

The inherent connection between sex and intimacy has all but disappeared. What are some ways that parents can re-establish the connection between the two for their adolescents?

“Sexting” has quickly become a major issue-socially and legally. What is it and how can parents best go about helping their children understand the seriousness of the matter?

Children of all ages use the Internet and social media extensively for recreational as well as educational purposes. How can parents go about setting limits on these technologies without infringing on healthy and necessary uses?

Related Links:

Please make sure to Ms. Roffman’s very informative website attalk2mefirst.com

Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Education Program (ARSHEP)

How to Discuss Sex with Your Child   (Wiki-How)

 National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education (NCSSE)

SexEd Library  (SIECUS)

Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States  (SIECUS)

Talk To Your Kids About Sex  (Healthfinder.gov)

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Seasonal Affective Disorder [SAD] – Beating the Winter Blues ~ Dr. Rif El-Mallakh

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Our guest this evening is Dr. Rif El-Mallakh, our topic is “Seasonal Affective Disorder [SAD] – Beating the Winter Blues.”

Dr Rif El-Mallakh -

Director, U. of L. Mood Disorders Clinical and Research Program

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Dr. El-Mallakh received his MS in biology and his MD degrees from the University of Illinois. He completed a medical internship and one year of a neurology residency before completing an adult psychiatry residency at the University of Connecticut. Dr. El-Mallakh received his board certification in psychiatry in 1990. He spent three years as a clinical research fellow with the late Dr. Richard Wyatt’s Neuropsychiatry Branch Laboratory at the NIMH. He joined the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Louisville in 1992. For the last 20 years he has focused his research on the pathophysiology of bipolar illness and has performed basic work regarding ion dysregulation and development of an animal model in this disorder. His clinical research has focused on lithium, bipolar depression, and the deleterious consequences of antidepressants in the management of bipolar illness. He has published over 200 peer reviewed papers and two books. He has been funded by NARSAD, NIMH, and the pharmaceutical industry, has served as reviewer for both NIMH and the Canadian Research Council as well as reviewer for several psychiatric publications and smaller granting agencies. He has received over 24 awards, including the Gerald L. Klerman Young Investigator from the National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association and multiple Golden Apple teaching awards from the U of L residents.

Books by Dr El-Mallakh

Questions we will answer, time permitting:

What is SAD?
What are the symptoms of SAD?
How many people experience it?
When was SAD first identified as a condition?
What causes SAD?
Do you ever experience SAD?
What are the effects of the lie?
What are the treatments for SAD?

Related Links:

University of Louisville Depression Center

Depression  (MedlinePlus)

Seasonal Affective Disorder (MedlinePlus)

Seasonal Affective Disorder (wiki)

Bipolar Disorder  (MedlinePlus)

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Living with Fear ~ Dr. Gordon Livingston

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Tonight’s guest is Dr. Gordon Livingston.  Our topic is Living With Fear.   Website:  http://www.gordonlivingston.com

About Dr. Gordon Livingston

Dr. Livingston was born in Memphis, Tennessee and raised in upstate New York. He attended the U.S. Military Academy and upon graduation as an infantry officer was trained as a parachutist and an Army Ranger. He served for two years in the 82nd Airborne Division before attending medical school at Johns Hopkins from which he graduated in 1967. He interned at Walter Reed General Hospital before volunteering for Vietnam where he served as the Regimental Surgeon for the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. He was awarded the Bronze Star for valor. While in Vietnam he registered a public protest against the war and subsequently left the Army.

He trained in adult and child psychiatry at Johns Hopkins. He is a parent twice bereaved and his first book, Only Spring, described the death from leukemia of his six year old son. He is the author of the bestseller, Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart, which is now in it’s sixth printing.

He has been published in a variety of magazines and newspapers, including the Readers Digest, the San Francisco Examiner, The Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun. He is the father of four grown children and lives with his wife Clare King in Columbia, MD where he continues to practice psychiatry.

Newest Book by Dr. Livingston, about facing our fears:  The Thing You Think You Cannot Do

Related Links:

Facing our fears armed with truth” (Article by Dr. Gordon Livingston)

Quotes About Fear:   Source: BrainyQuote

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Elder Care ~ Stephen Tweed, Diane West, and Jeff Pate

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Tonight’s show is about taking care of our parents as they grow older.  Our guests include Stephen Tweed, CSP, CEO of Leading Home Care, Diane West, Chief Operating Officer of Leading Home Care, and Jeff Pate (CEO of Eldercare4Families).

Websites: leadinghomecare.com    eldercare4families.com

Stephen works with home health agencies, hospices, and private duty home care companies on business strategy, marketing, sales, and leadership development.  Stephen is also the founder of The Academy for Private Duty Home Care® and Caregiver Quality Assurance®.

Leading Home Care provides strategies, insights, and expertise through speaking, training, and consulting for home health care, hospice, and private duty home care. If you are a leader who wants to grow your business and get ready for the future, we have the resources to help you. As a member of the home care community, we are constantly looking for ways to help transform the industry by providing strategies to help you be more competitive in your marketplace. In those areas where we do not directly provide programs and services, we have formed strategic alliances with partners who can provide solutions to help you grow your business.

Resources (from leadinghomecare.com):

The Academy for Private Duty Home Care®
Join our Academy community and get access to a variety of resources (books, webinars, events) to help you grow your business. Premium membership offers discounts on events and books along with free monthly webinars.

Caregiver Quality Assurance®
Enhance your caregiver selection process with access to Job Fit and Behavior assessments. Then watch your retention and customer satisfaction rates rise.

Join our Newsletter Community
Subscribe to our free newsletter, Leading Home Care Report, or opt only to get event updates or take surveys. You choose the information you want to receive from Leading Home Care.

Newsletter Archives
Search past newsletters to find the topics that interest you most.

Our Store
Find the webinar or book that will best help you grow your business. We also offer several helpful e-tools to help you track your business growth.

Our Resource Partners
What scheduling software is available? How about workers comp and liability insurance for your business? Visit this page to meet our partner companies and learn more about their services.

Home Care Association of America (HCAOA)
This is the nation’s first association for providers of private duty, non-medical home care. HCAOA leads the industry that cares for people at home through education and advocacy.

National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC)
NAHC represents the nation’s 33,000 home care and hospice organizations. They also advocate for those employed by such organizations to provide in-home services.

 Additional Related Links  (from MedlinePlus):

Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Caregivers

Elder Abuse

Selected Caregiver Statistics

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Holiday Blues ~ Dr. Cay Shawler [Board certified Psychologist]

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Dr. Shawler is a state board certified psychologist in private practice.  She is a member of the Kentucky Psychological Association (KPA) and has won the KPA’s “Psychologist of the Year” award in an earlier year.  She can be reached at  cfshawler@hotmail.com.

Some of the topics we hope to cover tonight include:

  • Stress during holidays
  • Challenges people have during holidays
  • understanding why there is more substance abuse during the holidays
  • techniques to get through difficult times
  • treatments used for substance abuse, and which treatments work best

Related Links:

Coping With Depression during the Holidays  (from WebMD.com)

 50+ Ways to Beat the Holiday Blues  (from tinybuddha.com)

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Counseling4thesoul ~ Guest: Licensed clinical counselor, Cheryl Bartky

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Tonight’s guest is Cheryl Bartky, author of “Angelina’s Prayer,” about the loss of her father.  Cheryl’s website is www.counseling4thesoul.com. We will be talking about grief and bereavement and coping with the loss of a parent, a loved one, someone near and dear to our hearts, and more — happiness,  contentment,  fulfillment

Cheryl Bartky, licensed professional clinical counselor, board certified dance-movement therapist, board certified life coach, experienced spiritual director and supervisor, and published author.

Angelina’s Prayer

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Ever since Angelina’s father abandoned her and her mom, all she wants is for her dad to come back home. But now that she’s moving from New York to New Mexico, she fears he’ll never find her . . . until she discovers the magic of the luminarias . . . an ancient means of lighting the way that has become a special Hispanic tradition for the winter holiday season.
While learning something new about her heritage, Angelina makes special friendships, uncovers the true meaning of family, and experiences the importance of helping others in need.
A timeless, universal, and year-round story, Angelina’s Prayer is an uplifting read for the entire family. Whether you’re 8 or 80 — be inspired!
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Cheryl Bartky is a counselor and coach, dance/creative arts therapist, spiritual director and author of Angelina’s Prayer.  To learn more please visit:
www.counseling4thesoul.com

 

Related Links:

“The Dash” poem by Linda Ellis

Grief  (Wikipedia article)

Happiness  (Wikipedia article)

Quotes about Happiness  (from The Quote Garden)

Quotes about Purpose  (from The Quote Garen)

Quotes about Helping and Making a Difference  (from the Quote Garden)

Quotes about Gratitude  (from The Quote Garden)

 

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