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This podcast is produced to share brief overviews of the book and stage production "Interruptions-Disrupting the Silence." Through the six podcast I will explore how Faith", "Therapy" and my community of "Network" was instrumental in my healing journey. Each podcast is a scene in the production and chapter in the book but having special guest we can share stories, debate perspectives, laugh at the family traditions that we still honor, and pull back the layers on our cultural and societal st ...
 
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The most common symptom of the holiday blues is amplified depression. This is true of people who may being dealing with depression already as well. You may be experiencing a bout of seasonal depression or holiday blues if you feel like simple activities are more difficult than normal. The ‘holiday blues’ is not an officially recognized psychiatric …
 
Welcome to part 1 of our 3 part series "Pursuit of Happiness" In this series we introduce a variety of ideas to encourage your path toward resiliency. Our series shares options of helping yourself in addition to seeking medical support when needed. The ‘holiday blues’ is not an officially recognized psychiatric condition. This does not mean that yo…
 
Join us in a discussion with Mark Brevard of the New England Donor Foundation about organ donation from the perspective of the agency that not only recruits donors, but helps the donor and/or family work through the process of this interruption of life. How do you explain the process to those who have fear or misunderstand the donor process? How ha…
 
We have a riveting conversation with Abdul Rahmaan I. Muhammad who shares how the Manhood Tree Program has allowed men to become victorious in life as they unmask and reveal the naked truth about life, interruptions, and relationships. Abdul is the Director of My Peoples Clinical Services and creator of The Manhood Tree and Fathers' MANologues. Thr…
 
We will discuss the following topics with our guest Adrienne Dean Parkmond of The WorkPlace Inc. the following questions: As a result of covid 19 how have you had to reimagine organizational processes in order or your organization to stay true to it's mission and those you service? What are the programs and services offered by your agency? As an Af…
 
In this episode we discuss trauma and how one's personal and professional life are impacted by an interruption and the process of resiliency. We get David Addams, Executive Director, William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund to respond to the questions: - What are the organizational process and procedures that were impacted due to the Interruption? - …
 
We witnessed the unfolding of the layers of trauma that socially and emotionally crippled this family and their friends; the domino-effect of consequences that unfolded in the wake of that fateful night her son was murdered. As an ordained minister, the mother felt an emotional conflict between her family's inherited traditions of their faith pract…
 
In this podcast we will be focusing on mental health characteristics and the process of identifying them through counseling. We also highlight how some of these mental health conditions are hereditary and can be unconsciously conveyed through generations of shared stories. Through these discussions we see how generational trauma creates patterns of…
 
A mother hears another black man was shot at the same time and in the same vicinity of the establishment in Hamden, CT where her son was murdered - by mistaken identity. She decides to no longer remain numb to the repeated gun violence and criminal activities surrounding that restaurant. This news triggered a different response and springs her into…
 
When a mother learns that her life was interrupted following her child becoming another innocent casualty of gun violence. Not only is a mother told that her son was murdered, her disbelief leads her to demand answers. Three weeks into the police investigation, the detectives confirmed that her son's murder was due to mistaken identity; therefore v…
 
Society, family, and social media outlines the perfect life. You should be married, have a successful career with 2.5 children, a dog, and a house surrounded with a white picket fence by the age of 25 and retired by the time your reach the age of 62... DONE! This was the inherited dream! However, if you want to make God laugh, tell him what you hav…
 
On a warm sunny day, family friend Jonathan is enroute to a political fundraiser and notices Odell sitting in her front yard. Wanting to do a check in with her since the loss of her son the previous year. He begins a casual conversation. Odell is reluctant to discuss her grief regarding her loss and even more, hesitant since she doubts that Jonatha…
 
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