April 20, 2014

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Tonight on the Dr Stan Frager Show, Dr Frager will be interviewing Ms. Lindsey Gargotto and Ms. Michele Varner about sexual assault in the military.  You will learn the difference between military assault and civilian assault and how the VA is involved with these crimes.  It all starts at 8 PM; listen in.

Lindsay Gargotto is the founder and CEO of Athena’s Sisters, a grassroots organization run by and for military women for mind, heart, and body justice. She is an Air Force veteran, mother of two girls. She has MSW and MFA in Creative Writing.

Michele Varner is the Board President of Athena’s Sisters. She has an MSW and is the business owner of Two Smart Girls. Michele is a Navy veteran and the mother of two boys.

 topics for interview:

  • What is MST?
  • How is different from civilian definitions of sexual assault?
  • How do you go about reporting barriers?
  • What are the Athena Sisters?  How did you begin and what kind of work are you involved in?
  • What kinds of different approaches of therapy and community based services do you offer?
  • How do you monitor the overuse of anti-depressants as the typical healing practice?
  • Tell us about the masculine environment of the VA that deters women from seeking services
  • Recognizing the VA cannot be held responsible for all the systemic issues – that this is about about our community

Related Links:

Military Sexual Trauma (MST)  -  Wikipedia article

Sexual Assault in the U.S. Military  -  Wikipedia article

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder  -  Wikipedia article

Athena’s Sisters http://www.athenassisters.org

Two Smart Girls  https://www.facebook.com/TwoSmartGirls
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◾What is Integrative Medicine?: Dr. Paul Constante —

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Tonight’s guests:

Dr. Paul Constante       
Website: http://dynamicmedrehab.com/about-us/     

Dr. Paul Constante graduated from Life University in Georgia and opened his first office in Mexico where he practiced for 8 years.  Dr. Constante suffered a broken neck due to a serious skiing accident and now integrates neurology with a progressive chiropractic and rehabilitation therapy to provide the most forward-thinking, advanced treatments available in Louisville.

Topics tonight -

  • What is integrative medicine?
  • How does the medical practice and Chiropractors work together?
  • How does this benefit the patient?
  • How does rehab fit into the plan?
  • What types of conditions are treated at Dynamic?
  • What is laser therapy?
  • Explain how your weight loss program works.
  • What conditions are commonly treated at your clinic?
  • Does insurance cover treatments?
  • How does spinal decompression work and what is it for?
  • What is your neuropathy program and what is your success rate?  (85% improvement average)
  • Do you treat osteoarthritis of the knee and how?

Related Links:

Chiropractic Medicine  (links and info from Medline Plus)

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We Survive ‘WOW’ Program: Jenniffer Truitt, MS/OT — Rudy Clark, MSN, RN — Dr. Emma Palmer, PharmD —

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Tonight’s show:

We Survive ‘WOW’ Program: April 6, 2014 8-9 PM

Jenniffer Truitt, MS/OT, holds a Masters in Occupational Therapy, is theWe Survive’s WOW Director, and specializes in pediatrics and the geriatrics, with over 10 years experience with medically fragile children.

Topics for Interview:

  • How did you get involved with We Survive’s WOW program?
  • What made you decided to become part of the WOW Team?
  • As Director of the WOW program what do you see for the future?
  • Do you remember the age at which you became homeless?
  • Were you alone or part of a family?
  • Did your siblings live with you?
  • Was there a time when you were hungry?
  • Did you have health problems?
  • When did you become motivated to come away from homelessness?
  • Who or what motivated you?
  • Do you feel that the agency where you lived, met your needs?
  • What is your most memorable experience while you were homeless?
  • What were your friends like?
  • What would you change, if you could, about your past experiences?
  • Tell us about ROCK-A-THON and why this event is so important to you?

Rudy Clark, MSN, RN   Registered nurse with a Masters in Nursing, 21 years in the medical profession, has concentrated her career toward nursing education and teaches at Spalding University is working on her doctorate in nursing

Dr. Emma Palmer, PharmD, Doctor of Pharmacy Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy.  Dr. Palmer specializes in relapse prevention with chronic mental illness, psychopharmacology, pain management, and addiction pharmacy.

More topics for Interview:

  • What are some challenges for successful treatment in the homeless population with mental illness?
  • How may family be affected when caring for someone with mental illness?
  • What can families and patients do to help improve chances of success?

 ROCK-A-THON 2014

Mental Health Awareness Event

Saturday, May 10, 10am-3pm

2100 Gardiner Lane, Louisville, KY

 Form a Team

Raise Money

Spread the Knowledge

Rock on!!

Registration begins at 9am

Team Set up at 9:30am

No registration fees just FUNdraising

Presented by

We Survive’s Haven’s of Hope
Sullivan University College of Pharmacy (SUCOP) SSHP

Information attached or visit http://rockathon.info/

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Caregivers Program of Research: Karen Meier Robinson PhD — Alzheimer’s Association: Bari Lewis —

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March 30, 2014

Dr. Karen Robinson                             8-9 PM
Website: http://louisville.edu/nursing/programs-centers/volunteer-caregivers-program

Karen Meier Robinson PhD is Professor of Gerontology at University of Louisville School of Nursing and Executive Director of the Caregivers Program of Research (CPR).  She is an expert in care of persons with dementia and their caregivers.  She is founder and Executive Director of the CPR coordinating research, education/support of over 250 enrolled caregivers and family members.  In 2011 she was identified as an Outstanding Alumnus of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing.

Topics for Interview:

  • What is the Caregivers Program of Research in the School of Nursing?
  • Who is eligible for the program?  Eligibility criteria?
  • What have you learned in your research?  Most important findings?
  • What is a Memory Café?
  • Tell us about collaborative effort between U of L School of Nursing        Caregivers Program and the local Alzheimer’s Association chapter?
  • When and where are meetings held?  Meeting monthly on the last Monday of month at 2p at Kaden Towers at Alzheimer’s Association office
  • How many Memory Cafes exist in Ky?
  • Where did concept originate?  What is background?
  • Describe what happens at the Memory?  What should one expect to happen?

Ms. Bari Lewis
Website: www.alz.org/kyin
24/7 Helpline: 800-272-3900

Bari Lewis is the Director of Community Outreach for the Alzheimer’s Association.  She holds a Masters in Gerontology and long-term care management, has 17 years of experience in residential long-term care, home and community-based services, in home care provision and guardianship. Bari serves on the Metro Elder Abuse Council and Governor’s Council on Alzheimer’s Disease.

Topics for Interview:

  • Why should women be particularly concerned about Alzheimer’s disease?
  • Why are early-stage programs like Memory Cafe important for persons with the disease and care partner alike?
  • What can early diagnosis do for both the person with the disease and the care partner?
  • So, I have been diagnosed, now what?

Related Links:

Alzheimer’s Disease  (MedlinePlus)

Alzheimer’s Caregivers  (MedlinePlus)

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The Laugh Doctor: Dr. Clifford Kuhn — It All Starts With A Smile!: Mark Klein —

MARCH 23, 2014

The Laugh Doctor

Dr. Clifford Kuhn                                                             8-9 PM
Website: www.drcliffordkuhn.com

Dr Cliff Kuhn has been a close friend and colleague of mine on the faculty of Univ. of Louisville for many years. Known as “The Laugh Doctor” he is an MD who is widely recognized as an expert on the healing power of humor. As such, he travels all around the world to share his healthful humor message. His goal is to help us understand humor as a responsible and trustworthy tool to promote greater health, happiness and success.

Topics for the interview:

  •  How did you get started as the Laugh Doctor?
  •  How do you define “healthful humor?”
  •  Is there such a thing as “unhealthful humor?”
  •  What are the most proven health benefits of humor?
  •  How does humor work to reduce stress?
  •  What is the biggest misperception we have about humor?
  •  Can you give us an example of healthful humor working in your life?
  •  Who are your favorite comedians?
  •  What have you learned from your work with comedians?
  •  Can you recommend any good books on humor?

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It All Starts With A Smile!

Mark Klein                         8-9 PM; March 23, 2014

Website: www.corpjester.com

Mark Klein is a native of Louisville, KY and has been making laughter his living for 30 years.  He began his career as a stand-up comedian in comedy clubs from Alaska to Florida, headlining top rooms across the country.  He is able to customize his shows to accommodate his clients’ different needs for both context and content. Mark is also a writer, bourbon aficionado, and the official walker of the dumbest dog in the world.

Topics for the interview:

  • Providing laughter in expected (comedy club, cruise ship) venues and unexpected (corporate entertaining, charity auction work, Jewish Film Festival) venues
  • The value of comedy to individuals at the show who are seeking relief from their problems by going to a comedy show
  • The uniqueness of stand-up comedy as an American art form
  • The proliferation of comedy in free versus un-free societies

Survival Medicine – Dr. James Hubbard -

Tonight’s show was recorded due to Nascar’s running late.  Here is information about our guest. Airing date will be announced.

Dr. James Hubbard

Website: www.TheSurvivalDoctor.com
Book: Living Ready Pocket Manual: First Aid

James Hubbard, MD, MPH, is one of the nation’s top survival-medicine experts. At his popular website, TheSurvivalDoctor.com, he writes about how to deal with medical problems in a disaster or whenever expert help is impossible to get. Dr. Hubbard is often featured in the media for his expertise and is the author of three books, including his latest, Living Ready Pocket Manual: First Aid. He’s been a family doctor for over 30 years.

Questions:

1. You say your book, Living Ready Pocket Manual: First Aid, goes beyond the usual first aid book. What do you mean?
2. How can an average, non-medical person prepare for emergencies and disasters?
3. What sort of emergencies and disasters are we preparing for?
4. What supplies should we have on hand?
5. What about in your car? At work?
6. Talk about common medical problems and what the average person can do about them?
Wounds?         Burns?             Sprains or broken bones?
7. Why do you like honey so much?
8. What are some other good typical household items that could come in handy during an emergency?
9. What about herbs? Oils?
10. Besides the Living Ready book, what other resources do you have?
11. Spring is here. What can we do for allergies?
12. What about hot weather?
What are the dangers?
What can we do to avoid them? to treat them?
13. What about cold weather?
What are the dangers?
What can we do to avoid them?
for treat them?
14. What can you do about poison ivy?
15. Where can you find your book, Living Ready Pocket Manual: First Aid, and you other resources?

IN STUDIO GUESTS:

Christopher Lokits & Jenny Cravens

Christopher Lokits has been with Louisville Metro EMS since 2005. He has a degree in Para medicine from Western Kentucky University. He is also a certified instructor in ACLS, PALS, CPR, as well as a Paramedic/EMT instructor/evaluator.

Jenny Cravens has been with LMEMS since 2005. She has been a Quality Assurance Officer for the past two years. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from U of L.

Related Links:

Survival skills (Wiki article)

U.S. Army Field Manual (Survival)

 

Performance Anxiety in Athletes – Dr. Karen DeMoss -

Tonight’s guest: Dr. Karen DeMoss 8-9 PM
Website:  http://www.drkarendemoss.com/
Topic: Performance Anxiety in Athletes

Dr. Karen DeMoss is a licensed psychologist working to improve peoples’ lives with the latest therapy, counseling and testing techniques. She employs clinically proven methods within a positive, optimistic context. Dr. DeMoss has experience with collegiate teams and professional athletes, helping them develop the mental skills required for high stakes/high pressure competition. She works with a variety of athletes and sports.

Questions:

  • What is meant by the term performance anxiety and what are some of the physical, cognitive, nervous system and behavioral symptoms/behaviors that occur when it is present?
  • What are some methods used to determine if an athlete has anxiety? How can it be measured?
  • How is competitive anxiety a double-edged sword?
  • What are some reasons a collegiate athlete might not play well in March Madness?
  • What does it mean when a player can’t get out of his own way? What can a player do to stop his mind from interfering with his physical talent?
  • What are some characteristics of a great athlete?
  • How are failure and losses important in making a great athlete and team?
  • What techniques or skills are important for an athlete and team to remember when a mistake/ bad call/etc are made during a game? What are some research based methods utilized to help them recover and get back to peak performance?
  • What strategies have you used successfully with athletes in your office to help with performance anxiety? How successful were the strategies?
  • What advice would you have for coaches to help improve their team cohesiveness and athletes’ performance?

Related Links:

Sports Psychology (Wiki article)


 

What is S.A.D.? – Cindy Teevens – Catherine Batscha -

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Tonight’s show will air TBA…

In studio guest:  Catherine Batscha, DNP APRN

Cathy Batscha has been working as a psychiatric mental-health nurse since 1974 and is licensed as an Advanced Practice Nurse in the state of Kentucky.  Cathy earned a doctorate degree in Nursing practice from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a master’s in nursing from the University of Cincinnati.  She has extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy, and established non-pharmacologic treatment for depression and anxiety disorders and has additional training in cognitive behavioral therapy for people experiencing psychosis.  She teaches undergraduate and graduate nursing students at the UofL School of Nursing, provides psychiatric treatment part-time through the University of Louisville Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic and has a small private practice in Crescent Hill.  She feels blessed to be a resident of a city as welcoming and beautiful as Louisville.

Telephone guest: Cindy Teevens 8:06pm to 9:00pm
Book: The Happiness Lie, What Generations Have Been Told That Makes You Unhappy.
Website: http://thehappinesslie.com/
Cindy Teevens is one of the leading inner peace and happiness facilitators, exceptional and unique in helping people shift their state and permanently transform their lives, from the inside out. Six years after the violent suicide of her father, in one moment her own intense suffering was swapped for amazing joy, altering her life permanently. Happiness and peace became her predominant states. Laughter exploded at the simplicity and power of it, and tears of gratitude flowed. Understandings began to come about how we have been living backwards, how we have mistaken the outside for the inside, and how we have tethered ourselves to the uncontrollable winds of change in the midst of freedom—and how we can return to truth, sanity, and peace. About nine months after discovering joy, one day in the woods she was knocked to her knees by an explosion of love that was followed by the end of time and space, self and other, and when she looked up at the trees, she saw them as herself, as everything is. Uncontrollable laughter belted out from the belly of being, tickling every cell in her body as it laid on the snow, laughing and crying at the simplicity and unbounded joy of it all.

Questions:

  • 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?
  • You say that suicide led to joy for you, how did that happen?
  • Do you ever experience SAD?
  • You wrote a book called The Happiness Lie, What Generations Have Been Told That Makes You Unhappy. What is the lie?
  • What are the effects of the lie?
  • What is the truth about happiness and inner pain?
  • What are the treatments for SAD?

Related Links:

Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.)  (Wiki article)

Note:  This evening’s show was recorded on 02/23/2114

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Secrets of Successful Marriage - Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz -

Tonight’s special guests:

Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz

website: www.SimpleThingsMatter.com

Books: Building a Love that Lasts:  The Seven Surprising Secrets of Successful Marriage
and How to Marry the Right Guy

As America’s #1 Love and Marriage Experts and award–winning authors, Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz help international audiences answer questions about love, marriage and relationships. With more than 30 years of research on love and successful marriage in 48 countries across all seven continents of the world and their own 47–year marriage, the Doctors know what makes relationships work.  Their latest book, How to Marry the Right Guy, has just received the Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Medal for Best Relationship Book of 2014.

Questions:

  • I understand that you have done more than 30 years of research about successful marriage in 48 countries on all seven continents of the world. Can you tell us a little bit about your work?
  • How did you get interested in interviewing all those thousands of couples?
  • Are successful marriages the same around the world?
  • What are the three most important things you learned that can help couples understand what it takes to have lasting love for a lifetime?
  • What are some examples of the simple things?
  • How can a person know when they are really in love and ready to get married?
  • What can a couple do to improve their chances of having a happy marriage?
  • Is sex the most important part of a great marriage? or Can good sex save your marriage?
  • Can a marriage recover from infidelity?
  • How important is trust and how will he or she know they can trust the one they are about to marry?
  • We see so many young couples planning every detail of their wedding, but forgetting to plan for the rest of their lives together. How can they learn how to “get it right the first time around?”
  • How can a woman improve her chances of marrying the right guy?
  • What does a woman need to do before she even begins seeking the love of her life?
  • Why can’t you marry a guy you think you can change?
  • What are the 5 things you should never say to the one you love?

Related links:

Marriage (wiki article)

Marriage (the full scoop at about.com)

Marriage rights and benefits (legal info)

Quotations about Marriage

Funny quotes about Marriage

Quotes about love

The Baby Boomer Survivor Kit - Dr. William Courter -

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Tonight’s guest, a blast from the past!

Dr. William Courter, 8:06 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.


Dr. Courter is the founder of the Boomer Health Institute and the author of “The Boomer Survivor Kit: An Indispensable Guide For Yourself, Your Relationships, and Your Life.” This book was just published in July 2013. Dr. Courter has also been the Associate Medical Director of a large health care agency and he has been a national consultant on challenging cases, discussing these cases with doctors from New York’s Presbyterian Hospital to California’s Standford Medical Center. He is a board certified psychiatrist, but he has worked extensive in public health administration, obtaining an overview of medical cases, psychiatric cases, and substance abuse cases.
Questions for Dr. Courter:
  • Why have you focused your recent efforts on helping baby boomers?
  • What are the key challenges that today’s baby boomers are facing?
  • How can all of us (not just baby boomers) do to improve our physical health? Specifically, what changes do we need to implement?
  • Why do you encourage patients to depend on themselves for improved health, not just our health care system?
  • What is your view on diets? Do you think any of them work?
  • What can centenarians teach us about maintaining good health and increasing our longevity?
  • What do you mean when you ask your patients: When did you last touch the earth? Does that have any physical health benefit?
  • What can we do to redesign our lives and our relationships? Where do we start?
  • Do improved relationships translate into improved health?
  • Does increased spirituality (or increased feeling of “connection) translate into improved health?
  • What are the keys for maintaining good emotional health?
  • Is it true that loneliness kills more people than cigarettes?
  • What is your view, as a board certified psychiatrist, of the use of our current psychiatric medications?
  • What do you recommend for those people who are grieving because they have lost loved ones?
  • How can we best leave a legacy for our loved ones?

Related Links:

From Wikipedia:  Advanced Glycation End -product, Baby Boomers, Centenarian, Life Extension Science (aka Anti-aging Medicine), List of Generations, Research into Centenarians,

Administration On Aging

Aging Statistics

Elder Rights Protection

Profile of Older Americans

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