23. How To: Stop Fighting Reality with Radical Acceptance
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In this week's episode, Liza and Molly take on the challenge of introducing the skill of Radical Acceptance, or, as they prefer to call it, "Radical Acknowledgement [of Reality]."  This is some of the "deeper work" in DBT, as it has the capacity to both reduce suffering and create meaningful change in your life. 

We start by defining what Radical Acceptance is (hint: it is NOT approving of or liking reality, being passive, or against change), and discuss what it is using a wide range of examples. We then explore how this skill reduces suffering in a variety of ways; for example, radically accepting past regrets often reduces feelings of guilt and shame, and radically accepting (or radically acknowledging) behavior that you disapprove of can decrease anger toward others. 

Finally, Molly shares a personal example to demonstrate that when you stop fighting or ignoring reality and truly acknowledge that everything is caused, the result is often grief followed by a deeper sense of peace, meaning, and the capacity to get on with building a Life Worth Living. 

This episode is all about what radical acceptance is, and next week we will be talking more specifically about how to practice it. We hope you enjoy :) 

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ADHD reWired
ADHD reWired
Eric Tivers
358: December 2020 Q & A with Brendan Mahan and Will Curb, Moira Maybin and MJ Siemens
Listen as with his guests, , , Moira Maybin, and MJ Siemens, answer questions from the listeners in our monthly Q & A session of . We are taking questions from you, the listener, about situations you want to talk through. It doesn't matter if it's personal or professional; we are here to give you our perspective and see if we can help you find some answers. Kathy starts by asking for suggestions about going to bed at a decent time so she can get up early to write her book. Melissa wants some suggestions on incorporating weekly planning in her life. Lauren is looking for help to find resources for getting a correct diagnosis for ADHD instead of depression, as she's always been told. Brendan wants suggestions on what project management tool to use as his business grows, and he is being overwhelmed with inquiries. Jacob wants some help and resources to quit smoking. He has quit multiple times over the years but always started back up. The panel shares their tips and suggestions on talking to his doctor about the ADHD meds he is on and asking if they can be changed to make quitting easier. This is the last live Q&A recorded in 2020, and as usual, we cover a wide range of topics, and we provide some creative takeaways no matter what stage you're in with your diagnosis. Listen in as we discuss your questions and the struggle we still have dealing with our ADHD, and get ready for more in 2021. *Please note that when we discuss medications, we can only address personal experience. Anytime you have been prescribed a drug, you should reach out to your provider regarding your symptoms and experiences. Not all medications are useful for all people. There are various options, and you'll need individual help to determine which medicines are right for you. Your Resources: ADHD Friendly Lifestyle with Moira Maybin ADHD Diversified with MJ Siemens You'll learn: [02:15] Welcome to the show, everyone! [04:49] Kathy speaks about her issue of going to bed late. [07:13] Eric wants to know if she has to get up early. [09:45] Brendan shares his insights into Kathy's issue. [13:02] If you can find a book that is fiction and part of a series, it might allow you to go to bed sooner. [15:58] Kathy talks to her future self every morning. [18:13] MJ talks about the meds she takes for her ADHD. [21:02] Melissa wants to know how to incorporate weekly planning in her life. [23:46] Eric says that planning makes everything else you are doing easier. [25:47] Telling people no is one of the most important things we can do for ourselves. [26:22] Brendan shares his suggestions for Melissa. [32:47] Lauren believes she has been misdiagnosed with depression and anxiety disorder; she believes she has ADHD but doesn't have the money to pursue a diagnosis. [35:02] Women are the largest demographic for being diagnosed with ADHD because they are the largest group being misdiagnosed. [36:50] Moira shares some resources for Lauren. [39:04] Will asks if a diagnosis is a road to getting medication to help with her ADHD. [42:16] Brendan has a question about a project management tool to manage his inquiries. [44:20] Eric shares his ideas on what Brendan can do. [47:17] Eric discusses some automated tools he can use. [48:47] MJ speaks about how she manages contacts and her schedule. [53:11] Do you have a form on your website for people to fill out? [53:32] Moira has three questions to ask Brendan. [55:41] Eric shares with Brendan when it's time to hire your first assistant. [59:04] Eric discusses his post-covid plans and what he hopes to accomplish during 2021. [1:04:52] Jacob wants some tips on how to quit smoking. [1:05:36] MJ asks what kind of medicine he is on. [1:06:22] MJ shares that she couldn't reduce her nicotine level until she was on the correct dosage of meds for her ADHD. [1:08:00] Eric discusses how he quit smoking and his triggers for restarting. [1:11:00] Eric shares some programs that are available to help people quit smoking. [1:12:48] Jacob talks about the contraindications that quit smoking medications have, so he can't take them. [1:15:12] Thank you all for being on the show! [1:16:11] If you are a regular listener, consider becoming a patron by clicking on our Patreon tab at Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles: ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Groups The 16th season of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability groups are ending soon.  ArC 17 Summer Sessions run July 11th – Sept. 19th.   We only have 9 spots remaining. Please visit to learn more and sign-up for our Last Scheduled Registration Event on June 11th at 3 PM CT.  You don’t want to miss it! Support the Podcast on Patreon Patreon allows listeners like you to support content creators like me. With a monthly contribution, you can get access to different levels of perks.  One perk example is our Patron-only Group Coaching Sessions.  Learn more at . ADHD reWired Facebook Group: If you would like to apply to join the ADHD reWired Secret Facebook group, go to and fill out the application. Productivity Q&A Get your ADHD questions answered live! These Q&A sessions take place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30 PM CT. Go to Want to be a guest? Hey! What about you? Do you have a story? Are you a coach? Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, .
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Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support Podcast – 15 Tips to Thrive in 2021!
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support Podcast - 15 Tips to Thrive in 2021. This podcast is an audio companion to the book "The Drummer and the Great Mountain - A Guidebook to Transforming Adult ADD / ADHD." In this episode, we'll discuss the "15 Tips to Thrive in 2021" as a hunter-type. 2020 was a rough year for many of us. It's time for a reboot. We'll review 15 tips that will make you healthier and more productive entering the new year. Topics include: building a solid health routine, time management, life visioning, mindfulness, and creating effective support systems.  Links Mentioned in this Episode: Alive! Online Workshop - Jan 2021 Strathmore 400 Sketchbook Episode 70 - Lean on Your Strengths Episode 62 - Sleep Episode 64 - Mastering Overwhelming and Mundane Tasks Episode 77 - Sprint then Rest Episode 54 - "Containerizing" Your Life through Mind Mapping and Other Tools Episode 71 - Mindfulness Episode 74 - Meditation  Episode 68 - Gratitude Practice Episode 65 - Journaling for Clarity   Don't see a player? Click this link to download the MP3 file. If you have an Apple device (iPhone/iPad), you can download the podcast (and subscribe) for free at this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/adult-adhd-add-tips-support/id988935339 Visit the podcast web page to listen to all 80 episodes: http://www.drummerandthegreatmountain.com/adult-adhd-add-podcast If you're enjoying the music on our podcast, be sure to visit Bahman's website to hear his entire catalog of albums! Photo by Alexander Schimmeck on Unsplash For more info, visit: http://www.DrummerAndTheGreatMountain.com
44 min
Mad in America: Rethinking Mental Health
Mad in America: Rethinking Mental Health
Mad in America
Trailer - Online Town Hall - Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal
Mad in America, in partnership with the Council for Evidence Based Psychiatry and the International Institute for Psychiatric Drug withdrawal is arranging a series of free to attend online town hall discussions on psychiatric drug withdrawal. We aim to explore what we do and don’t know about safe withdrawal from antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines and stimulants. We will discuss the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to support those who may be having difficulty getting off psychiatric drugs. By doing this we hope to stimulate further discussion between service users and prescribers. Our first discussion will be held on Friday January 15th at 10 AM Pacific time, 1 PM Eastern time and 6 PM GMT. The panellists for the first discussion are Adele Framer, founder of Surviving Antidepressants; Swapnil Gupta, a Board Member of the International Institute for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal and a psychiatrist with a special interest in deprescribing; John Read, Professor of Psychology and Chair of the International Institute for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal; and Luke Montagu, co-founder of the Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry and member of the NICE guideline committee for safe prescribing and withdrawal. To register for the first discussion, visit madinamerica.com and use the link at the bottom of the home page or click here: https://bit.ly/psych-drug-withdrawal We hope that these discussions will add to an increasingly detailed collection of knowledge and experiences that can inform prescribers when providing informed consent and when implementing gradual tapering regimes. We very much hope you can join us.
2 min
Your Anxiety Toolkit
Your Anxiety Toolkit
Kimberley Quinlan, LMFT
Ep. 172: OCD Mindfulness Tools with Jon Hershfield
Welcome back to another episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast. Today I am so happy to have Jon Hershfield on with us. Jon is an author and the Director of the Center for OCD and Anxiety at Sheppard Pratt. The second edition of his book, The Mindfulness Workbook for OCD, has just been released and his new book, The Mindfulness Workbook for Teens, is scheduled for release in March. We had a great conversation about both books and Jon shares many of the OCD mindfulness tools that he describes in his books that are used to enhance treatment. In this interview, Jon explains why he wanted to write a book for teens and how he decided to approach the topics of mental health, OCD, and mindfulness in a way that would be relatable to teens and young adults. He discusses in more detail some of the topics in his book including how to understand your diagnosis, how to respond to intrusive thoughts, and how to incorporate meditation and mindfulness into your daily life. Jon also shares some OCD mindfulness tools that he describes in The Mindfulness Workbook. These include thoughts are thoughts, not threats; feelings are feelings, not fact, and sensations are sensations, not mandates to act. He shares that mindfulness really involves calling things what they are. Towards the end of this interview, we discuss Exposure and Response Prevention and the difference between habituation and inhibitory learning. He shares with us the five things we should consider when doing ERP with the goal of inhibitory learning. This is a great interview full of so many wonderful mindfulness tools to help you manage your OCD. I hope you enjoy! The Mindfulness Workbook for OCD: A Guide to Overcoming Obsessions and Compulsion Using Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy The Center for OCD and Anxiety IG @ocdbaltimore If you have some time, I would love it if you would please go and leave me an honest review wherever you listen to podcasts – Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, or Stitcher. This would really be helpful to me in achieving my goal for 2021 of being able to reach and help more people. Thank you so much! ERP School, BFRB School and Mindfulness School for OCD are open for purchase. Click here for more information. Additional exciting news! ERP School is now CEU approved which means that it is an accredited course for therapists and mental health professionals to take towards their continuing education credit hours. Please click here for more information.
49 min
ADHD Support Talk Radio
ADHD Support Talk Radio
ADHD Support Talk - Tara McGillicuddy
ADHD and Realistic New Year Expectations
ADHD Support Talk Radio Podcast co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris talk about the importance of having realistic expectation in the New Year. 2020 was such a crazy and stressful year for so many of us and because of this we may be expecting too much from 2021. Tara and Lynne talk about how to be both realistic and successful in 2021. Learn more about the FREE Time to Thrive Program: Tara McGillicuddy is described by those who know her - clients, fellow leaders, and community - as dedicated to the deep, soulful energetic-level shifts required by life. Whether she's helping to SEE your life more clearly, identify where you're stuck, tuning into sacred energies OR she's helping to build a practical life with tools, structure, physical help and precise action steps, she is committed to giving everything she knows to help you live your best life and to feel fulfilled by it. Tara has been known and celebrated in the ADHD community for decades of practical and long-lasting shifts in tens of thousands in her communities. The creator of ADDClasses.com, The ADHD Awareness Expo and ADHD Support Talk Radio Tara is one of the longest-standing leaders in the field. Over the years she has also honed her natural skills as an empath. She now also combines the rare gift of sight and energetic knowing and her latest project is Empath Now a resource to help Empower Empaths.   Podcast Co-Host Lynne Edris s a Productivity & ADHD Coach who helps distracted professionals from all over the world learn to accomplish what they intend and take control of their days with ease so that they can perform at the level of their abilities and have more time, more energy and more bandwidth for what matters most to them.  Lynne is a woman, wife, and mom with ADHD herself, so she understands the struggles and challenges of living with ADHD. She has gone from living in the constant state of chaos, overwhelm, and under-performance that adults with ADHD know far too well, to living a life of more success and fulfillment than she once dreamed possible. Her passion is to help others fulfill their own potential and start “firing on all cylinders” in all areas of your life. You can learn more about Lynne at , and text keyword “HACK” to 33777 to get her 7 Fool-Proof Productivity Hacks for unfocused professionals!   ADHD Support Talk Radio is an award winning Podcast for Adults with ADD / ADHD. Co-hosts Tara McGillicuddy and Lynne Edris are joined by Adult ADHD experts and they cover important topics related to Adult ADD / ADHD. Podcast guests include Dr. Edward Hallowell, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis, Dr. Ari Tuckman, Laurie Dupar, Terry Matlen and many more. Tara McGillicuddy is the Producer, Owner and Co-host of the ADHD Support Talk Radio Podcast. You may contact Tara with general questions or feedback about the podcast, Lynne Edris is the Co-host of the ADHD Support Talk Radio Podcast. You may contact Lynne with feedback about her episodes or if you are interested in having her interview you as a guest.
31 min
Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
David Burns, MD
224: Ask David: TEAM Treatment for Stress, Severe OCD, "General" Depression, and more!
Podcast 224 Ask David January 11, 2021 Ask David featuring more challenging and interesting questions. * Josh asks: What are the most effective types of psychotherapy homework assignments? * Hassam asks: How would you treat my severe OCD? Exposure doesn’t seem to be working! And Joe asks: Would you say that the secret to overcoming OCD is willpower? * Ted asks: Does any psychiatric disorder result from a chemical imbalance in the brain? * Brian W. asks: Burns, could you do a video on how to use CBT for stress? Thanks. * Clarity asks: Is it too late to be a beta tester for your app? * Simon asks: Is there a podcast that you can recommend for general depression, and how to find out what is wrong? * Stephanie asks: My patients don’t recover as rapidly as your patients. Am I doing something wrong? I’m feeling a lot of anxiety and self-doubt! * * * * Josh asks: What are the most effective types of psychotherapy homework assignments? Hi David, thanks for all your work. It has been very helpful. You mention That doing homework is essential to recovery from anxiety and depression. Any homework you recommend? I am going to buy a few of your books and have the worksheets from the Neil Sattin podcast. Anything else that will benefit? Josh Hi Josh, It depends on the type of problem you are working on. I can work up an answer, perhaps, if you want to tell me! I did not hear from Josh, but Rhonda and I summarize the best kids of psychotherapy homework for: * * depression * anxiety * relationship problems * * * * Hassam asks: How would you treat my severe OCD? Exposure doesn’t seem to be working! Hi David, I love your work on the podcast. I have not yet found a copy of any of your books in Lahore (where I live), but I have grown to understand your philosophy through your podcasts. Episode 162 disturbed me a little. I suffer from severe OCD and its cousin, depression. And the "high-speed cure" in the title really attracted me. But I had buyer's remorse. Why? Because it does not work like that for most people. The guest on your show, had a few exposures, and BAM, cured. I have tried exposure many many times, and it very minimally helps in lowering the threat of the obsessions. I feel that this was a Magic Pill kind of account, and at the risk of judging a person's pain, I think your guest had a relatively mild (as compared to me) OCD. I would really love it if you could talk about Pure OCD (the type I have), and how it can be resistant to exposure. The intrusive thoughts/obsessions continue to be extremely, EXTREMELY, painful. This "high speed cure" idea seems dismissive of the seriousness of my condition. Please keep up the great work. And I hope to read your books one day. Thanks Hassam (Therapist in training) Thanks Hassam, sometimes, therapy is much harder, as you say! Good point. I often get slammed when I present patients who recover rapidly, especially patients who have had incapacitating symptoms for years or even decades of failed therapy. This is disappointing to me, as my goal is to bring hope to people that rapid and meaningful change IS possible. To be honest, I don’t like it when I get slammed for presenting cases of rapid recovery. Some people think I am a con artist! Yikes! Of course, everyone is different, and some people will be more challenging to treat. One thing I learned when I was in private practice is that you can never tell ahead of time who will recover rapidly and who will take much more time. I’ve had patients I thought would be super easy to treat who responded much slowly than I predicted, and many who I thought would be nearly impossible to treat who responded almost overnight. You’ve mentioned that exposure has been of limited value for you. I totally agree and saw that early in my treatment of anxiety that exposure alone is often quite ineffective. That’s why I argue so strongly that exposure is not a treatment for OCD or for any form of anxiety. It is just one tool among many I use in the treatment of anxiety. I use four very different treatment models with every anxious patient: * * The Cognitive Model * The Motivational Model * The Hidden Emotion Model * The Behavioral (Exposure) Model Unless you understand and use all four models, the prognosis might be somewhat guarded, as you’ve discovered. In contrast, when you use all four strategies, your chances for success increase tremendously. For example, prior to using Exposure in the episode you listened to, I spent about 25 minutes with Sara using the motivational and cognitive models, which really helped. Focusing on one method alone will often not be terribly effective, especially if you’re looking rapid, complete, and lasting recovery. However, occasionally one method will work, so therapists and patients alike get focused on some single approach they’ve learned, thinking they’ve found “the answer.” There’s a great deal of information on the treatment of anxiety disorders using these four models on my website, www.feelinggood.com. I often urge listeners to use the search function on my website, and everything will be served up to you immediately. You can learn all about these four powerful models. In addition, if you were looking for more techniques, you might want to take a look at my book, When Panic Attacks, which describes 40 potent anti-anxiety techniques. You can order it from Amazon. My psychotherapy eBook, Tools, Not Schools, of Therapy, might also be helpful for therapists who want to learn more about the treatment of depression and anxiety with TEAM. It is an eBook, and order forms are available on my website, www.feelinggood.com, in the resources tab, and also in my store. Thanks for your excellent question! david And Joe asks: Would you say that the secret to overcoming OCD is willpower? In reply to Joe. I use four treatment models in the treatment of all anxiety disorders, including OCD. Certainly, the willingness to use Exposure is required, but Exposure is only one of many helpful methods for OCD. You can search for anxiety treatment on my website, and you’ll find many good podcasts. Also, there is a free anxiety class on my website. My book, When Panic Attacks, is another great resource with more than 40 techniques to combat all forms of anxiety, including OCD. You can find all my books on AMAZON, or on the books page on my website. david * * * * Ted asks: Does any psychiatric disorder result from a chemical imbalance in the brain? Hi Dr. Burns, It says in your book, When Panic Attacks, p. 49, 3rd paragraph, you said that there's not a shred of evidence that there's any chemical imbalance for any psychiatric disorder. Does that include schizophrenia or bipolar or OCD? Haldol works for me for schizoaffective....controls dopamine in brain? Ted Hi Ted, There are likely one or more biological factors that contribute to schizophrenia as well as full blown bipolar disorder (with true manic episodes.) We do not yet know what those causes are. However, the brain is not a hydraulic system of chemical balances and imbalances, or perhaps more like a supercomputer. I am not aware of any neuroscientists who believe in the crude “chemical imbalance” theory. We simply don’t know what the causes are. Meds can definitely help with the symptoms of schizophrenia and mania as well. This tells us nothing about causes. Aspirin can help with a headache, but headaches are not due to an “aspirin deficiency” in the brain. Computers often crash, but I’ve never heard of a computer problem that was caused by a “silicon imbalance” in the chips. Hope that helps. Psychotherapy can definitely help with feelings of depression and anxiety, but is not a cure for schizophrenia or mania. I would hate to have to treat any psychiatric problem with drugs alone! I like to treat humans, not “diagnoses,” but it can helpful to be aware of diagnoses like schizop…
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The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW
The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW
Nicole Sachs, LCSW
116: EPISODE 116 - Severe Pelvic Pain and Multiple Surgeries with Kitty
It's not every day you hear a story like Kitty's. Lost in fear and the confusion of the medical model, Kitty endured multiple unnecessary surgeries and grim diagnoses. On the brink of giving up completely on life, she found this work and did it like a warrior to save herself. Today, Kitty lives a life of endless possibilities with NO CHRONIC PAIN. She is a beautiful ambassador for this work, and I'm honored to have her on the podcast. Enjoy! XO n. REMINDER: VIRTUAL RETREAT IS NOW MAY 21-23RD. INFO BELOW. My new course FREEDOM FROM AN ANXIOUS LIFE, is available now. Click here for all the details and to purchase! (https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/anxiety-course) MY NEXT VIRTUAL RETREAT IS LIVE AND ON SALE (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/freedom-from-chronic-pain-a-virtual-retreat-experience-tickets-122741147075) : FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN - A VIRTUAL RETREAT EXPERIENCE. (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/freedom-from-chronic-pain-a-virtual-retreat-experience-tickets-122741147075) At the retreat you will discover precisely how to invite your repressed feelings to rise, leading to a mind-body transformation. Through discussion, meditation, art therapy, energy work, yoga, and other healing practices, you will establish a bedrock foundation for longlasting wellness. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. YOU CAN DO THIS. Don’t worry, we will help you. Schedule: FRIDAY, MAY 21st - 5:30-7PM (Opening evening with me) SATURDAY, MAY 22nd -10AM-5PM (Workshop) SUNDAY, MAY 23rd -10AM-5PM (Workshop) **ALL TIMES EASTERN STANDARD TIME** PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW THE PODCAST HERE TO HELP OTHERS FIND IT! (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cure-for-chronic-pain-with-nicole-sachs-lcsw/id1439580309) ANNOUCEMENTS: OMEGA IS ON! Next summer, August 1-6, 2021. Stay tuned for sign up links.  CANCELLED: My retreat at 1440 Multiversity has sadly been cancelled for October 18-23, 2020. I hope to reschedule for 2021. 1440 Multiversity in Santa Cruz, CA (https://www.1440.org/programs/faculty-led-programs/health-and-wellness/holistic-intervention/freedom-from-chronic-pain) . The Art of Living Retreat Center in Boone, NC (https://artoflivingretreatcenter.org/) will be hosting my work in the coming year. We had a fall date, but are moving it to Spring 2021 in light of current circumstances. Click here (https://artoflivingretreatcenter.org/) to learn more about their beautiful space. If you are interested in supporting the many free resources I offer to get this message to the global community, please consider donating to my cause on my website, www.thecureforchronicpain.com (https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/) . Look for the DONATE button on the home page. Thank you so much! ALL MY RESOURCES: Instagram: Follow me on insta @nicolesachslcsw for tons of new content (https://www.instagram.com/nicolesachslcsw/) Website: The Cure for Chronic Pain (https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/) YouTube: The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-tz1Du69PhcBkC3-9_Mgmw/featured?view_as=subscriber) Book: The Meaning of Truth (https://www.amazon.com/Meaning-Truth-embrace-truth-create-ebook/dp/B01HGRM75K/ref=sr_1_2?crid=74FBLL5G4L66&keywords=nicole+sachs+book&qid=1558466642&s=gateway&sprefix=Nicole+s%2Caps%2C145&sr=8-2) Online Course: FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN (https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/course) FB Closed Group:JournalSpeak with Nicole Sachs, LCSW (https://www.facebook.com/groups/132748670815140/?ref=bookmarks) OMEGA General info: OMEGA INSTITUTE (https://www.eomega.org/) Subscribe Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cure-for-chronic-pain-with-nicole-sachs-lcsw/id1439580309?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1) Deezer (http://www.deezer.com/fr/show/65572) iHeart (http://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-The-Cure-for-Chronic-Pain-31111008) RadioPublic (https://radiopublic.com/the-cure-for-chronic-pain-with-ni-GMN3z4) RSS (https://audioboom.com/channels/4976835.rss) Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/04MSKMpWvDE0jSRLMimhzZ)
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