February 2nd, 2020 | 51 mins 16 secs
cognitive distortions, counseling psychology, davidson county sheriff’s office, depression, dr. tamiko webb, mindfulness, nashville day reporting center, self-esteem, tamiko webb, trevecca nazarene university
Dr. Tamiko Webb discusses mindfulness interventions in the criminal justice system, counseling inmates in a maximum-security prison, the de-institutionalized movement of the mid-century, and reentry programs. Dr. Webb received her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Counseling, Teaching, and Supervision at Trevecca Nazarene University.
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March 7th, 2019 | 50 mins 44 secs
13 reasons why, american association of suicidology, anxiety, appalachia, appalachian state university, behavioral activation, carleena angwin, cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive restructuring, crisis text line, depression, handbook of rural school mental health, kurt michael, national suicide prevention lifeline, north carolina, teens, the carleena show, therapy
Dr. Kurt Michael is a professor of psychology at Appalachian State University, a practicing Licensed Psychologist, and a crisis intervention and suicide prevention consultant on the national level. Today, Kurt discusses the research connecting Netflix’s television series "13 Reasons Why" with a significant increase in the use of the crisis text line: 741741. We also discuss an initiative to bring mental health services to thousands of rural North Carolina public school students.
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The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK ) is a United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
July 29th, 2018 | 55 mins 11 secs
acting, actor, anxiety, bridget frank, canada, carleena angwin, chattanooga, creativity, depression, director, empath, empath survival guide, empathic, hero’s journey, highly sensitive person, hsp, interviews, interviews with exes, joseph campbell, maria bamford, mental health awareness, new podcast, oprah, outside the box, painting, podcast, podcaster, producing, relationships, starting a podcast, tennessee, the carleena show, therapy, toronto, writer, writing
Bridget Frank hosts and produces the Interviews with Exes podcast based out of Toronto. In today’s discussion, Bridget tells us why she went on a journey to interview all of her exes. She talks about depression, anxiety, being an empath, and how those three attributes, when left unmanaged, have impacted past relationships. We talk about insights Bridget has gained in the process, and the plans she has for protecting herself, and her creative ambitions in future relationships. If you are an empath, or if you are in a relationship with an empath, this episode is for you.
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Interviews With Exes website: https://soundcloud.com/interviews-with-exes-podcast
The Empath Survival Guide, by Judith Orloff M.D.: https://drjudithorloff.com/empath-survival-guide-description/
June 12th, 2018 | 49 mins 14 secs
anxiety, carleena angwin, counseling, death, depression, half moon yoga, hero's journey, jack kornfield, joseph campbell, meditation, pema chodron, post traumatic stress, ptsd, ram dass, scad, shamanic yoga, stephanie jones, therapy, thich nhat hanh, toes yoga, trauma, trauma center, trauma sensitive yoga, yoga, yoga therapy
As a trauma survivor and wounded healer, our guest Stephanie Jones personally understands the mind-body-spirit journey of trauma recovery, and she firmly believes that healing from trauma is possible [1:20]: What is a Wounded Healer? [2:00]: Stephanie takes us back and tells us her hero's journey [17:55]: “The bridge between yoga and counseling for me is trauma. I identify as a trauma survivor." [21:00]: What brings people to a Trauma Sensitive Yoga workshop? [33:00]: How do you use the hero’s journey in a trauma workshop? [45:00]: "This is an opportunity for me to share my gifts and medicines with the world, to spread some light, to spread some hope, to reassure people who are suffering, whether silently or out loud, that healing is possible. I’m living proof that healing is possible."
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