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Best Attachment Center podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Attachment Center podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Presented by The Knowledge Center at Chaddock, Attachment Theory in Action is a weekly podcast featuring national experts from the field of attachment and trauma. Hosted by Karen Buckwalter, MSW, LCSW, the podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Listeners sit in on Karen’s insightful, informative and inspiring conversations with leading attachment theory researchers and clinicians in the field.
 
Entertainment 2.0 is your weekly guide to the latest consumer entertainment technology news. Hosted by Josh Pollard and Richard Gunther, and streamed live each Tuesday night at 8:30 pm Eastern. Entertainment 2.0 covers audio, video, gaming, and more with a slight slant toward Microsoft products and service.
 
The Upaya Dharma Podcast features Wednesday evening Dharma Talks and recordings from Upaya’s diverse array of programs. Our podcasts exemplify Upaya’s focus on socially engaged Buddhism, including prison work, end-of-life care, serving the homeless, training in socially engaged practices, peace & nonviolence, compassionate care training, and delivering healthcare in the Himalayas.
 
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The Bowen Center
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Dedicated to the Development and Dissemination of Bowen Theory
 
Rediscovering grace apart from religion - You've reached the podcast home of Mike and Susan Adams, a former pastor and pastor's wife who survived a crash and burn out of rules-based religion and back into grace in 2009. What we bought before, we just can't sell. We invite you to pull up a chair and your favorite beverage and join the conversation. We're Jesus-centered and gospel-focused (no, really!) with no strings attached. We hope you enjoy your stay. Welcome to the Grace Café Podcast!
 
“You guys have been unbelievable – the best podcast I’ve ever been on in my whole life. You guys are masters of the Podcast Universe” – Grant Cardone, Author of The 10X Rule, show 108 “Thanks to Brandon Turner & Joshua Dorkin at BiggerPockets for what turned out to be the most FUN interview I’ve ever done!” – Hal Elrod, Author of the Miracle Morning The BiggerPockets Podcast The World’s Top Real Estate Investing Podcast. With Josh Dorkin and Brandon Turner [visitor] Join BiggerPockets.com to ...
 
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McDowell Church
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McDowell is a Christ-centered community, located in Scottsdale Arizona, that is striving to GATHER the people, TURN hearts and minds toward God and LOVE others with no strings attached.
 
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The Appetite
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The Appetite is a podcast by the founders of Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center in the University District of Seattle, WA. Psychologist Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Marriage and Family Therapist Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD, CD, will meet every other week to discuss all things food, body, movement, and mental health. Conversations are facilitated by Opal therapist Carter Umhau, LMHCA.Learn more about us at www.opal ...
 
Geneva, Nebraska
 
Tyler Cowen engages today’s deepest thinkers in wide-ranging explorations of their work, the world, and everything in between. New conversations every other Wednesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
 
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All Told
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Engaging stories, important issues, new perspectives. All Told is about people -- about the struggles and triumphs of those living inside some of the biggest issues facing our country, about those whose stories rarely get told, and about what it means to be human in today's world. Each episode offers the opportunity to see the world through new eyes, and brings to life some of The Washington Post's most compelling reporting.
 
Lots of topics that include: Childbirth, childbirth education tips & advice, postpartum journeys, motherhood, parenthood, parenting tips, 4th trimester, pregnancy tips, pregnancy journey, health information, natural childbirth, birth journeys/choices, attachment parenting & much more!
 
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The Appetite
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The Appetite is a podcast by the founders of Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center in the University District of Seattle, WA. Psychologist Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Marriage and Family Therapist Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD, CD, will meet every other week to discuss all things food, body, movement, and mental health. Conversations are facilitated by Opal therapist Carter Umhau, LMHCA. Learn more about us at www.opa ...
 
Dr. Anna Baranowsky is the host of the Bear Psychology show focusing on Bearing Witness to Evolving Mood, Mind, Health. The show revolves around recovery, relationships, work and life adventures. Dr. Baranowsky says "I have found that the most profound changes occur when a person truly feels heard and understood - I like to think of it as deeply BEARING WITNESS to life evolving. We can feel incredibly stuck when we live with our fears, stressors and troubles in isolation. When we share, dial ...
 
Fast, and readily implementable best-practices for formulating a compelling business strategy and ensuring that it gets done with effective tools for execution management and accountability.
 
Annie Grossman of the NYC-based dog training center School For The Dogs answers training questions, geeks out on animal behavior, discusses pet trends and interviews industry experts. Show notes: schoolforthedogs.com/podcastHave a training question you'd like addressed? Email podcast@schoolforthedogs.com or leave a voicemail at 917-414-2625
 
The Outdoor Girls of Deepdale was the first book in a long-running series centering around four girls: Betty Nelson, Mollie Billette, Amy Stonington, and Grace Ford. The girls go on many exciting adventures and solve mysteries. In this book the girls go on a long walking tour and in the process find a hundred dollar bill. Who owns the money and why is such a mysterious note attached? (Introduction by Elizabeth Wilcox)
 
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Recovery Live
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Have you ever wondered how to talk to your friends or family about addiction or mental health? What should I ask? Where to I go for help? What about recovery? Is being clean and sober really all that great? Straight talk, education, and resources that can help you learn more about this continually growing, chronic, epidemic of addiction and mental health.
 
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Welcome in Wellness
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"My Passion: is to enlighten, inspire, and dare people to take charge of their life being healthier, happier, and heart-centered." "I am a guide, a catalyst for change. I invent ways and processes for doing anything, especially for communicating. I laugh easily and get others to laugh. People say I change the energy because I am eternally positive. They say wherever I am I seem to cause things to shift and get better. I am curious, playful, inspiring and empowering. I see wonder and magnific ...
 
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In the final part of the program Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne describe the concept of emptiness and how it relates to Shantideva’s works and our own lives. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Humanities, a newly endow ...…
 
Using Shantideva’s arguments to disrupt the distinctions between our in-groups and our out-groups, Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne challenge us to expand our circles of care. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Humanitie ...…
 
Karen Doyle Buckwalter launches a new series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of the series, Karen and Michael provide an overview of his videos, and discuss the importance of making the videos. Part two of this conversation will be released Tue ...…
 
Having trouble generating business in your business? Having difficulty converting sales?CEO, mentor, coach, and marketing expert Pat Fenton is here to talk about the principles of attracting—and converting—customers to your business. No matter what you offer, whether it’s a product or a service, the principles for getting business are the same. ...…
 
Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne go deep on the subtleties of meditation practice and developing stability for the cultivation of wisdom and compassion. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Humanities, a newly endowed posi ...…
 
Starting with a Q&A session, Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne address the sticky issue of working with anger and how to use that energy in a skillful way. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Humanities, a newly endowed po ...…
 
In this expansive session, Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne discuss the three trainings of ethics, meditation and wisdom. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Humanities, a newly endowed position created... More Roshi Joan ...…
 
Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne take questions from the group. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Humanities, a newly endowed position created... More Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD Abbot Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD, is a Buddhist ...…
 
What does food and body wisdom look like? With the concept front and center in Opal’s name, we decided to poll the staff (dietitians, therapists, and beyond!) to hear what body wisdom means to them. From pursuing the wisdom of one’s appetite cues, attachment style, and experience of privilege, our awesome staff came at this topic from all sides ...…
 
What does food and body wisdom look like? With the concept front and center in Opal’s name, we decided to poll the staff (dietitians, therapists, and beyond!) to hear what body wisdom means to them. From pursuing the wisdom of one’s appetite cues, attachment style, and experience of privilege, our awesome staff came at this topic from all sides ...…
 
“All other perfections are included in the act of giving. The giving of wisdom, the wisdom of giving.” With these words, Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne continue their discussion of the six perfections before moving onto a discussion of negative mental states and how to confront them. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) ...…
 
What determines the economic, social, and political trajectories of nations? Why were settlers in colonies like Jamestown and Australia able to escape the extractive systems desired by their British masters, while colonial subjects in Barbados and Jamaica were not? In his latest book, Daron Acemoglu elevates the power of institutions over theor ...…
 
The six perfections are an important part of Shantideva’s teachings. Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne break down the perfections and delve into the first chapters of A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Ch ...…
 
Karen Doyle Buckwalter launches a new series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of the series, Karen and Michael provide an overview of his videos, and discuss the importance of making the videos. Part two of this conversation will be released Tue ...…
 
Roshi Joan Halifax and John Dunne open today’s talk with a description of Shantideva’s life as he went from one failed job to another before ending up as a great yogi cave dweller. John Dunne, PhD John Dunne (PhD 1999, Harvard University) is now at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he holds the Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Human ...…
 
"If you wait until you have a perfect plan," says Fetch Rewards co-founder Tyler Kennedy, "you're never going to get started."That line sums up Tyler's journey alongside his partner Wes Schroll. Today, they take us behind the scenes at their fast-growing startup, which employs 100-plus people and helps two million-plus app users earn discounts ...…
 
Marilyn Whitney has lead a fascinating life raising horses, performing medical research and currently working as a Chaplain in a cancer ward. Drawing from her Buddhist practice, Marilyn explores her work as an interfaith Chaplain while practicing the three tenants of not knowing, bearing witness and taking action. Marilyn Whitney…
 
Welcome to episode 87 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Sarah Knaub joins Susan in this episode as they talk about the church's dismissive view of women. This excellent conversation was prompted by John MacArthur's "go home" statement directed toward Beth Moore. Susan and Sarah's conversation is loaded with rich and important content. Roles, submissio ...…
 
Shantideva’s A Guide to The Bodhisattva Way of Life is a foundational text that guides the reader through the development of bodhicitta, or the awakening of the heart-mind through a nondual perspective that embodies the wisdom of emptiness and compassion. To put it more simply, Roshi Joan Halifax asks, “What do you want to give away to […]…
 
How does your body carry emotion? Did you know that the answer to this question can serve as a window into understanding not only your relationship to food but your attachment style and personality as well? Opal’s Milieu Therapist Lead, Madeline Young, BS, RYT, LMT, joins host Carter Umhau, LMHC to discuss her work with somatic psychotherapy an ...…
 
How does your body carry emotion? Did you know that the answer to this question can serve as a window into understanding not only your relationship to food but your attachment style and personality as well? Opal’s Milieu Therapist Lead, Madeline Young, BS, RYT, LMT, joins host Carter Umhau, LMHC to discuss her work with somatic psychotherapy an ...…
 
Over the past year Mark Zuckerberg has held a series of interviews themed around technology and society. This conversation with Tyler and Patrick is the last in that series, and covers why they think the study of progress is so important, including how it could affect biomedical research, the founding of new universities and foundations, buildi ...…
 
Amazing Grace. Unmerited and unearned. God's gift to all of us. The early Christians were struggling with this free gift. Everything in life needed to be paid for or earned. Paul wrote this letter to remind the early Christians, and now us, of God's grace-Jesus. Lead Pastor, Matt Anderson, continues the series through the book of Galatians.…
 
Guest host Josh Carlson welcomes Karen Buckwalter and Chaddock president & CEO Debbie Reed to the podcast to discuss Raising The Challenging Child, the new book Karen and Debbie co-authored to be released on January 7th, 2020, now available for pre-order at raisingthechallengingchild.com. This is part two of their conversation. Debbie Reed is p ...…
 
Do you have a business idea but are afraid that you don’t know enough about the industry to achieve success? Do you worry that you’ll hit a roadblock that will keep you from growing your business to its full potential? These are scary thoughts that plague many entrepreneurs, but there is a simple solution to overcoming these risks! Gavin Steinb ...…
 
Why is anger an important emotion? The Appetite crew talks about why anger is useful, and how our perception and expression of it is impacted by gender and race. Opal: Food + Body Wisdom Co-Founders Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS and Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS let you into a small moment of anger between them, displaying how we often “sanitize” anger. Then ...…
 
In this inspiring talk, Seigen Chuck Overley explores the process of finding ease and joy in difficult situations. From teaching meditation to inmates at the Penitentiary of New Mexico to art classes with the elderly, Chuck delves into why “showing up” to face suffering takes courage and cultivates compassion.…
 
Welcome to episode 86 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. The phrase "the Word of God" appears several times in the New Testament. I had always heard and believed that "the Word of God' was a reference to the Bible. I assumed that the Bible is the Word of God and that the phrase "the Word of God" was another way of saying the Bible. When Paul told Timot ...…
 
Why is anger an important emotion? The Appetite crew talks about why anger is useful, and how our perception and expression of it is impacted by gender and race. Opal: Food + Body Wisdom Co-Founders Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS and Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS let you into a small moment of anger between them, displaying how we often “sanitize” anger. Then ...…
 
Recordings from the 1969 concert and interviews with those who were there reveal how the festival became a scene of chaos, violence and death. Episode 2 brings you inside the concert and a day many don't want to remember.By The Washington Post
 
50 years ago the Rolling Stones headlined a free concert that ended in chaos, with a young man killed feet from the stage as the Stones played. Episode 1 (of 2) explores the decisions that led up to this festival and asks, "Why didn't anyone stop it?"By The Washington Post
 
Josh and Richard are back together for a big week of news. The streaming service we’ve all been waiting months for, Disney+, has launched! So how is it? Hulu has increased the price of its live TV service for the second time this year. Amazon is introducing an IR blaster while they also attempt to create a home theater solution around Alexa. Mi ...…
 
How do you survive seven years in solitary confinement? The gift of literacy is what saved Shaka Senghor. Reading, journaling, academic study, and writing books was a way to structure and survive an inhumane, mentally toxic environment. And after 19 years in total behind bars, he was finally able to apply that gift and create employment for him ...…
 
Guest host Josh Carlson welcomes Karen Buckwalter and Chaddock president & CEO Debbie Reed to the podcast to discuss Raising The Challenging Child, the new book Karen and Debbie co-authored to be released on January 7th, 2020, now available for pre-order at raisingthechallengingchild.com. This is part one of their conversation, part 2 will be r ...…
 
Do you worry that after everyone and everything else in your business is paid, there will be nothing left for you? Have you been taught to believe that the first several years of your business must involve constant financial struggle? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way!Mike Michalowicz—author of five amazing business books, including The Toil ...…
 
Dr. James S. Gordon, founder of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine and author of The Transformation: Discovering Wholeness and Healing After Trauma, encourages us to see that, “trauma is a part of life, and not apart from it.” Through sharing heartfelt stories of transformation from many cultures around the world, Dr. Gordon offers different way ...…
 
Amazing Grace. Unmerited and unearned. God's gift to all of us. The early Christians were struggling with this free gift. Everything in life needed to be paid for or earned. Paul wrote this letter to remind the early Christians, and now us, of God's grace-Jesus. Lead Pastor, Matt Anderson, continues the series through the book of Galatians look ...…
 
How does talk about diets and weight impact you? One of the hardest things about recovery from an eating disorder is holding onto a new awareness of your needs, desires, and thoughts around food while out in the “real world.” This is especially difficult during the holiday season. Dr. Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Julie Ch ...…
 
How does talk about diets and weight impact you? One of the hardest things about recovery from an eating disorder is holding onto a new awareness of your needs, desires, and thoughts around food while out in the “real world.” This is especially difficult during the holiday season. Dr. Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Julie Ch ...…
 
Happiness is something many of us strive for using all the wrong approaches. We distract ourselves looking for the next big excitement, numb ourselves so we won’t feel emotional pain, seek pleasure in purchases, chase status in position or gaining influence or power and treat ourselves with food that we are not hungry for. Anyone who has achiev ...…
 
Three years after her first appearance, Chinese food expert Fuchsia Dunlop joins Tyler to celebrate the release of her latest cookbook and talk all things food and China. This time the conversation was held over a special homestyle meal at Mama Chang, the newest restaurant from Chef Peter and Lisa Chang. Together with their daughter Lydia Chang ...…
 
In the latest episode, Karen welcomes Dr. Dan Siegel himself for part two of their conversation on how our attachment history impacts our current relationships. Dr. Dan Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. An award-winning educa ...…
 
Want to "do well" AND "do good"? Andy Seth's done just that—building several businesses and doing big things in his community. In this episode, he shares how he did it.You'll love hearing about Andy's journey from humble beginnings, like how he hustled at every turn and how he fought with what he calls "a terrible business partner"—his own ego! ...…
 
Monshin Nannette Overley speaks on the three areas of what is classically referred to in Buddhism as the perfection of patience. They include patience with personal pain and hardship; patience with the suffering caused by our interactions with other people; and patience with painful truths about our human life. “Patience is considered an antido ...…
 
Welcome to episode 85 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. We've had some recent conversations with others who've related their stories to us about how asking honest questions resulted in being shunned, shamed, and even asked to leave the group they were in. When our journeys take a turn away from performance and toward a more genuine experience with gra ...…
 
Amazing Grace. Unmerited and unearned. God's gift to all of us. The early Christians were struggling with this free gift. Everything in life needed to be paid for or earned. Paul wrote this letter to remind the early Christians, and now us, of God's grace-Jesus. Lead Pastor, Matt Anderson, continues the series through the book of Galatians look ...…
 
As Sensei Jose Shinzan Palma puts it, “the bad news is that this sesshin is coming to an end, and the good news is that this sesshin is coming to an end.” This talk explains the five “skandhas,” also known as the five aggregates. The aggregates, composed of form, feelings, perceptions, mental formations, and consciousness, collectively […]…
 
“The Diamond Sutra is bird song from 2000 years ago,” says Sensei Sokaku Kathie Fischer. In her talk, Sensei Fischer tells of the widespread influence of the sutra, citing the work of Zen Master Dogen, koans, the rise of the sudden enlightenment school in China, and the bodhisattva ideal, as well as the notion of […]…
 
Is it normal to lose your period when changing up your diet or exercise routine? Nicola Rinaldi, PhD joins the podcast today to discuss her journey to recover her period once it was lost, and offers her wealth of knowledge on hypothalamic amenorrhea (aka the loss of one’s period). Drawing from the research in her book, No Period. Now What?, Nic ...…
 
4 years ago, Germany kept its borders open to a surge of refugees. Many of them settled in Frankfurt Oder, a city in eastern Germany. Now, longtime residents and new arrivals are grappling on an intimate level with changes that have polarized Europe.By The Washington Post
 
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