177. Trauma-Informed Assessment, Part 1 w/ Dr. Julia Strait
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Would you rather read the transcript? Click here. Welcome to the first in a two-part series on trauma-informed assessment. I can’t count how many times the question of trauma pops up in the Testing Psychologist Community on Facebook. How to assess it? How to separate it from other diagnoses? What does it really look like? If you’ve ever asked these ...

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The Plant Path
The Plant Path
with Sajah & Whitney Popham, founders of The School of Evolutionary Herbalism. Herbalist, Spagyricist, Medical Astrologer
This podcast episode features an interview with one of my favorite humans and alchemists, Robert Bartlett.
In this episode, Robert and I have a deep discussion on the differences between chemistry and alchemy. Robert reveals how chemistry has had a profound impact on his study of alchemy and spagyrics, what his work as a chemist allowed him to do that other alchemists couldn’t (and what he hopes future alchemists can do to build on his work), his answer to a question I get from a lot of new spagyricists, the topic of his next book, and much more. ———————————— CONNECT WITH SAJAH AND WHITNEY ———————————— To get free in depth mini-courses and videos, visit our blog at: http://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com Get daily inspiration and plant wisdom on our Facebook and Instagram channels: http://www.facebook.com/EvolutionaryHerbalism https://www.instagram.com/evolutionary_herbalism/ Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyP63opAmcpIAQg1M9ShNSQ ———————————— ABOUT SAJAH ———————————— Sajah Popham is the author of Evolutionary Herbalism and the founder of the School of Evolutionary Herbalism, where he trains herbalists in a holistic system of plant medicine that encompasses clinical western herbalism, medical astrology, Ayurveda, and spagyric alchemy. His mission is to develop a comprehensive approach that balances the science and spirituality of plant medicine, focusing on using plants to heal and rejuvenate the body, clarify the mind, open the heart, and support the development of the soul. Sajah’s approach honors and acknowledges the chemical, energetic, and spiritual properties of plants for a holistic model that uses the whole herb to heal the whole person. He lives on a homestead in the foothills of Mt. Baker Washington with his wife Whitney where he teaches, consults clients, and prepares spagyric herbal medicines. ———————————— ABOUT THE PLANT PATH ———————————— The Plant Path provides unique perspectives for the modern practitioner of herbalism that doesn’t just want to “fix what’s broken” in the body, but seeks to serve others with deeper levels of healing and transformation with herbal medicines. A unique synergy of clinical herbalism, alchemy, medical astrology, and herbal traditions from around the world, The Plant Path focuses on giving you a truly “wholistic” perspective on herbal medicine so you never fall into the trap of allopathic herbalism. ———————————— WANT TO FEATURE US ON YOUR PODCAST? ———————————— If you’d like to interview Sajah or Whitney to be on your podcast, click here to fill out an interview request form.
1 hr 7 min
American Journal of Psychiatry Audio
American Journal of Psychiatry Audio
American Journal of Psychiatry
February 2021: Maternal Psychological Resilience and Newborn Telomere Length
Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Glenn Verner, M.P.H., and Sonja Entringer, Ph.D., about their article on the relationship between maternal psychological resilience during pregnancy and newborn telomere length. Ms. Glenn Verner is a doctoral candidate in medical psychology at Charité University Medicine in Berlin. She is interested in studying the biological mechanisms that underpin maternal and fetal health. Dr. Sonja Entringer is a professor of medical psychology at Charité University Medicine in Berlin. She is also an associate professor in the Health and Disease Research Program at the University of California, Irvine. Her research interests broadly include how developmental programming affects health and disease risk. In particular, she is interested in how stress during pregnancy affects offspring development. * How the authors became interested in this area of research [2:10] * Overview of the telomere system [4:35] * Aims of the study, which examined how positive maternal psychological conditions during pregnancy affect newborn telomere settings [7:40] * Characteristics of study participants [10:44] * The various data collected during pregnancies [12:26] * How resilience and positivity were quantified [13:58] * Relationship between newborn telomere length and maternal resilience [15:18] * Results that stood out to the authors [16:37] * How clinical features or demographic characteristics of the participants affected the study outcome [17:26] * Limitations that may have affected the study results [18:43] * How this work fits in to the overall literature on this subject [19:51] * Implications the work has for the understanding of how maternal health affects infant health and disease risk [20:42] * Key points for researchers, clinicians, and other mental health professionals [22:43] * Recommendations for further research [23:59] Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you listen to it. Subscribe to the podcast here. Listen to other podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association. Browse articles online. Watch Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the February 2021 issue. Follow the journals of APA Publishing on Twitter. E-mail us at ajp@psych.org
29 min
The Yogic Studies Podcast
The Yogic Studies Podcast
Yogic Studies
21. Philipp Maas | What is Sāṅkhya Philosophy
In this episode we speak with return guest Dr. Philipp Maas about the ancient school of Sāṅkhya—which he describes as India's philosophy par excellence for its wide and enduring influence on Indian culture. Giving us a taste of his upcoming course: YS 204 | The Sāṅkhyakārikā: Stanzas on All-Embracing Insight,  Maas discusses Sāṅkhya‘s relationship with the Yoga of Patañjali, and dives into the Kārikā—the oldest surviving text of the tradition. We discuss what little we know about the work's author Īśvarakṛṣṇa, its roots in the lost treatise, the ancient Śaṣṭitantra, and much more.  *Speaker Bio *Philipp Maas is currently a research associate at the Institute for Indology and Central Asian Studies, University of Leipzig in Germany, where he works on a digital critical edition of the Nyāyabhāṣya, a Sanskrit work on spiritual liberation through proper reasoning. Previously he had served as an assistant professor and postdoc researcher at the Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies at the University of Vienna, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and the University of Bonn Germany. He received his M.A. (1997) and Dr. phil. (2004) degrees from the University of Bonn, where he had completed studies in Indology, Comparative Religious Studies, Tibetology and Philosophy. His first book (originally his PhD thesis) is the first critical edition of the first chapter (Samādhipāda) of the Pātañjala Yogaśāstra, i.e. the Yoga Sūtra of Patañjali together with the commentary called Yoga Bhāṣya. He has published extensively on classical Yoga and Sāṅkhya philosophy and meditation, Āyurveda, the relationship of Pātañjalayoga to Buddhism as well as on the textual tradition of the Pātañjalayogaśāstra. He is a member of the “Historical Sourcebooks on Classical Indian Thought” project, convened by Prof. Sheldon Pollock, to which he contributes with a monograph on the development of Yoga-related ideas in pre-modern South Asian intellectual history.   *Links* * YS 204 | The Sāṅkhyakārikā: Stanzas on All-Embracing Insight * https://uni-leipzig.academia.edu/PhilippMaas
1 hr 16 min
The One Inside: An Internal Family Systems (IFS) podcast
The One Inside: An Internal Family Systems (IFS) podcast
Tammy Sollenberger
IFS and Inviting Curiosity with Racist Parts with Daphne Fatter
On today's episode, I chat with Dr. Daphne Fatter, certified IFS therapist and a licensed psychologist in private practice in Dallas, Texas. She teaches workshops on white racial socialization for therapists, in addition to teaching on trauma treatment for TZK seminars. She is a trained facilitator by Challenging Racism to lead conversations on race and racism. This is the last episode in the Heirloom Summit Series, and I'm excited to this with Daphne who walks through the Six Stage White Racial Developmental Model by Janet Helms. We also discuss teaching kids about whiteness, privilege and racism. The book that she mentions is "Raising White Kids: Bringing up children in a racially unjust America" by Jennifer Harvey. Daphne has a ton of resources on raising kids to be anti-racist on her website. We talk about trailheads to our protective parts around racism and the parts who try to separate, numb, and disconnect from racism and parts who engage in 'white saviorism.' A list of trailheads is on her website too. -------- Find out more about Daphne here: https://www.daphnefatterphd.com/ Her email is: info@daphnefatterphd.com Find out about the workshop she co-leads here: https://www.daphnefatterphd.com/treating-racial-trauma-series.html More Information about the White Racial Developmental Model by Jennifer Helms here: https://libguides.du.edu/c.php?g=1046908&p=7596766 https://coatescbc.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/helms-white-racial-identity-development-model.pdf She suggests this podcast on Whiteness that is 'too good not to share': https://www.sceneonradio.org/seeing-white/ For more about 'Calling in' check out: https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/spring-2019/speaking-up-without-tearing-down --------- I'd love to connect with you @ifs.tammy on Instagram and Twitter and on Facebook at The One Inside Facebook page. To register for the Heirloom Summit and receive a discount as a listener of TOI go to http://bit.ly/theoneinside Enjoy!
53 min
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast
Shannon Crow
208: Four Years of Podcasting with Shannon Crow
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 208: Four Years of Podcasting with Shannon Crow Description: The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast is celebrating its fourth anniversary! In this special episode, host Shannon Crow answers questions inspired by listeners and members of The Connected Yoga Teacher community. Shannon opens up about her inspiration for starting the podcast and what her journey has been like through the years of podcasting. She also shares a behind-the-scenes look at getting sponsorship for the podcast, and her advice on how to handle companies who approaching you with sponsorship offers. Shannon gets really vulnerable and shares some of the mistakes she made along the way, her thoughts on the community of Connected Yoga Teachers, and gives us a sneak preview of some projects she has in the pipeline. For anyone who’s wanted to get a glimpse behind the curtain of The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast, this is the episode for you. Key Takeaways: [1:20] The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast is celebrating its fourth anniversary! [2:52] Shannon gives a shout out to the sponsor of the podcast - Schedulicity. [4:33] Shannon thanks YOU for listening to the podcast! [6:40] Shannon reflects on the previous podcast anniversary episode. [9:39] If you still have questions for Shannon, send her a voicemail! [10:12] How did Shannon decide to start podcasting, and what was her journey to starting a podcast? [13:32] Shannon talks about her experiences in niching down, choosing a specialty and moving online. [19:50] There have been some huge challenges that have come up in Shannon's business recently. [21:33] How did Shannon get a sponsor for the podcast? [29:06] Shannon has some tips about if you're getting approached to get sponsored. [34:48] Think about also highlighting your own paid offerings when putting out free content. [35:42] What are some of the mistakes that Shannon has made? [39:16] What is Shannon's underlying "big Why" for starting the podcast and Facebook group? [44:19] What's next for Shannon? [50:55] Shannon shares some of her final thoughts and reflections on yoga today. Links: * Shannon Crow on Instagram * The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook Group * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 160: Milestones of My Yoga Business * Blue Ocean Strategy, by W. Chan Kim & Renée Mauborgne * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 095: Making a CEO Business Plan with Shannon Crow * Natalie Eckdahl * Pelvic Health Professionals * Sukhasana Chair (Code: TCYT10) * High End Hippie (Shampoo Bars) * Offering Tree * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 147: Core Strength Myths & Cues with Lauren Ohayon * What Does the Future Hold for Yoga Teachers? Live Show with Amber Karnes * Kelly Christian * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 154: Bookkeeping for Yoga Teachers with Kelly Christian Gratitude to our Sponsor Schedulicity. Quotes from this episode: "I wanted yoga teachers to see that collaborating together, supporting each other as professionals could really bring us all forward." - Shannon Crow "How can you create the blue ocean for yourself?" - Shannon Crow "If you start focusing on what you're really interested in, what you're really good at, and what people are really asking you for, it will evolve. Your niche will come out of that!" - Shannon Crow "If you want to create yoga offerings for a population that cannot pay, look for a company that can." - Shannon Crow
53 min
Attention Talk Radio
Attention Talk Radio
Attention Talk Radio
The ADHD Journey: Managing Yourself Part 2
Just when you thought you “got” your ADHD, you realize there is more to learn. In this second part of a two-part series around managing yourself, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (www.digcoaching.com) interviews Master Certified Coach David Giwerc (www.addca.com), founder of the ADD Coach Academy. In the interview, David shares what he's learned about his ADHD in recent years, that he thought he “got” as a mature and younger adult, but which he's now realizing he didn't. If you've got ADHD and you think that you’ve got your head around it or hope to have your head around your ADHD, tune into this show and listen to the journey as you travel with the sage advice of an ADHD veteran. Part 1 is at http://tobtr.com/11892730. Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by Jeff Copper, attention and ADHD coach, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works. Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
33 min
Mad in America: Rethinking Mental Health
Mad in America: Rethinking Mental Health
Mad in America
Donzaleigh Abernathy - Creative Maladjustment
Actor, singer, writer, and civil rights activist Donzaleigh Abernathy is goddaughter of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and daughter of the Reverend Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, King's best friend and partner in the civil rights movement — who co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and became president of it after King's assassination on April 4, 1968. Her mother was civil rights activist Juanita Abernathy. As a child, Abernathy witnessed some of the most inspiring and formative moments of the civil rights movement — and some of the most sobering. She also grew up knowing and loving the man she called Uncle Martin, whose stances against racism, poverty, and war remain as relevant today as they were when he first voiced them. Also relevant are his calls for creative maladjustment, meaning the refusal to adjust to society's many ills. Abernathy is the author of Partners to History: Martin Luther King, Ralph David Abernathy and the Civil Rights Movement. She also contributed to the Smithsonian Institute’s In the Spirit of Martin. As an actor, she's known for her many roles in films — such as the civil war drama Gods and Generals — and many series, including the Lifetime drama Any Day Now and zombie-apocalypse series The Walking Dead. In addition, she is the lead soloist in a new choral piece, The Listening, composed by Cheryl B. Engelhardt for the Voices 21C Choir in New York City. It’s inspired by an anti-war speech King delivered exactly one year before his death, and it’s been released as a single and a video.
54 min
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