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Welcome to ALL KINDS! The weekly show where we discuss everything and anything. From on the go, to in the know, from the latest updates on entertainment, news and everything in between - basically gossiping. It’s a family affair, so grab a glass of wine and enjoy all kinds with us. Thanks for listening, and have a good one!
 
Rabbi Duvid Katz lives in Boro Park Brooklyn section in New York. Rabbi Katz was born in 1971 to his parents Rabbi & Rebitzen Chaim Morderchai Katz Slavita Rav in Farockaway New York. Rav Katz is a Musmach of Yeshiva Torah Vdaas & learned in Yeshiva Bais Hatlmud in Bensonhurst in Brooklyn New York. Rav Katz was a very close Talmud to Hagaon Rav Shaul Brus Zt”l which Rav Brus Zt”l showed a great liking to Rav Katz. Rav Katz joined in 2015 the world of Kashrus & in 2018 he became Menahel of th ...
 
Join John and Ryan as they explore the field of neuropsychology through the presentation of cutting edge scientific findings, discussion of important topic areas, and interviews with experts in a variety of relevant fields. The three main objectives of the podcast are to 1) Provide interesting, relevant, and easily-accessible information for students and professionals in neuropsychology, as well as anyone who is interested in brain-behavior relationships. 2) Begin working towards unification ...
 
Rabbi Shneur Wilhelm is a well known lecturer and speaker. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he received his Rabbinical Ordination from the Rabbinical College of America. He has a teaching degree from the Menachem Education Foundation and has taught a wide spectrum of topics in Israel, Perth and Melbourne, Australia, and throughout New York City. Rabbi Shneur lives with his wife, Chaya, and their three children in Portland. He can reached at RabbiShneur@ChabadOregon.com LIKE us out on Fac ...
 
Welcome to the Tune In podcast with Rena Reiser, where it's all about real women and their journeys. it's the place to slow down and tune into what we really need, what's at the root of our struggles, and what's really important to us. I’ll share powerful mind body tools, compassion based methods, meditations and insights that I use along my own journey and in my work with my clients. So we can all connect to our inner power and live life from a mindful and conscious place.
 
Elaine Chaya Daneshrad of @elainechaya says goodbye to her rainbow-loving Instagram persona, previously known as @iamfashionlaine, and takes you on a new venture to uncover what really happens “Behind The Rainbow”. We all know it, life is far from what it seems to be on Instagram. This podcast is stripping away the perfectly curated images to address what we’re all struggling with behind our social media profiles…
 
With work taking up so much of our time and energy, mental wellbeing is becoming a key area for development and investment in the drive for maximising profitability. This podcast helps to clarify issues around promoting good mental wellbeing among employees, and looks to demystify, destigmatise, de-medicalise and democratise mental health understanding in general.
 
Jerry is the humorous story of a young man's attempt to win his lady. Jerry is waiting for his friends at a hotel in Italy, and is bored and lonely. When he hears that a beautiful American lady, Constance Wilder, is staying nearby, he tries to visit her. After an awkward first meeting, he tries to catch her attention by pretending to be a peasant tour guide. She recognizes him for what he is, but pretends not to, and a lively charade is carried on as they tease and fall in love. A clean, swe ...
 
Welcome to Awakenings in Real Life! Conversations about the spiritual journey of women and mothers in contemporary life. This podcast is hosted by integrative psychotherapist and meditation teacher Kathryn Chaya Lubow, and actress and transformational life coach Ruby Mercado. Join us as we share insights, challenges and laughs on what its like to dive deep and wake up in the middle of our everyday lives. From driving off of a pier into the ocean to confronting the diagnosis of your child's i ...
 
Executive coach Marcel van de Hoef interviews professionals and thinkers from the worlds of investment, business and arts about leadership and communication. Reflecting on their own unique experience, they share inspiring stories as well as the strategies, tactics and mindsets they rely on to make their daily interactions more productive and meaningful.
 
Who are my neighbors? Tune in to Out There to meet some of them. Out There airs every Wednesday from 4 to 5 pm with me, Ruthy Woodring. Come with me and my recorder to meet people and plants and think about ways we can share the world.
 
The NourishYour Jewish Soul podcast was created for women by women seeking wisdom and inspiration from Jewish sources. Every week, your host, Emmy award winning broadcast journalist, Joelle Norwood interviews inspiring and visionary Jewish women from around the world, from Mexico to Israel, from Canada to the USA. These women share their deep knowledge, passion and wisdom. We, at Nourish Your Soul podcast hope that you find inspiration, transformation, deep insights and practical processes f ...
 
Composer Conversations is an outlet where composers can discuss their experiences living and working in the contemporary music world, the effect it has on their approach to music making, and hopefully in the process break down some of the mythology about what a composer is. In short it is a weekly interview series that focuses on the politics and daily life of the international new music scene from the point of view of the people living in it, alongside the music that the featured composer h ...
 
Exploring Judaism with Rabbi Skobac Judaism can be a very busy religion. We do so many things in our observance. It's easy to get lost in the details & forget about the big picture. So what's Judaism really all about? What’s the ultimate goal of everything we do as Jews? Where's Judaism supposed to be taking us? This lecture analyzes the core spiritual foundation for the context for the menu of Judaism. This lecture's dedicated in memory of Herb Green, z”l, Chaim Moshe Ben Yitzchak, who died ...
 
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Emerging research suggests that a sizeable portion of individuals hospitalized due to COVID-19 develop cognitive and psychological sequelae. In our conversation with Dr. Chaya Fridman, a board-certified neuropsychologist at Cornell, we discuss the ways that SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) may lead to neurocognitive impairment, including…
 
If you have not read Chaya Herman's book, Prophets and profits, then what have you been doing?! In this magnificent book, Herman presents a critical account of the upheaval surrounding a Jewish day school in South Africa. She records various stakeholders' experiences as the school community navigates the treacherous waters of restructuring, new man…
 
Many of my clients are grappling with the newborn phase + other kids, and feel challenged by all the juggling, not to mention how to take care of themselves through it all! When I came across Chaya Shifra's work, I knew I had to bring her wisdom to my community. Little known fact about me that I don't mention much online: I trained as a lactation c…
 
In this episode, Ronnie Gotkin, a veteran Jewish educator, shares some of the key challenges that confront Jewish education and Jewish educators today in Cape Town. A sample of the topics we cover in the episode: Ronnie's roles and career If you have the motivation, Hebrew fluency is attainable Hebrew education The role of Jewish history in Jewish …
 
What educational work goes on in Jewish Cape Town beyond schools? Rachel Bootcov joins us to discuss her role in the community, her views on various educational questions and challenges, the main considerations when creating programming for youth, and other issues. Rachel is deeply involved in Jewish youth education. Currently, her roles are: Youth…
 
Goals. Goals. Goals. It's all the hype. But it leaves us with a bunch of questions. Join me for this week's episode where we’ll explore: How should we set goals? Should we dream big or be “realistic”? How do you know if your goal is too big and just a fantasy? What’s the first step towards goal setting? What's the difference between people who reac…
 
This episode introduces the listener to M.E. Katz, a prominent Jewish education personality in Cape Town. His prominence is twofold. First, his professional career was spent as a Jewish educator and principal of Herzlia. Second, he produced (in 1980) a work on the history of Jewish education in Southern Africa that is unparalleled in its breadth an…
 
We blame ourselves for “overreacting”: “I just lost it at the car rental lady and I don't know why!” “I yelled at the kids, and they really weren’t doing anything wrong!” “Why did I get so frustrated with this computer issue?” We don’t want to lose it, but sometimes we feel like we don’t have a choice. Understanding why you have such a BIG reaction…
 
About 50% of individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) exhibit cognitive deficits in additional to physical symptoms. Depression and fatigue are also common in MS and can be debilitating. Therefore, it is not uncommon for an individual with MS to be referred for neuropsychological evaluation, making it important for neuropsychologists to familiarize…
 
Having introduced Isaac Goss and his significance to the South African Jewish education landscape, I read an excerpt from his book entitled "Reflections on Jewish Education in South Africa" (1951). The first essay is a letter written to Goss by a frustrated, yet well-intentioned and thoughtful parent. In it, he poses some challenging questions on t…
 
This is the first of two episodes dedicated to Isaac Goss, perhaps the most influential Jewish Education Personality in 20th century South Africa. Director of the Board of Jewish Education for four decades and a dedicated educationalist his entire life, Goss's influence is still felt today in the structure and ideology of the Jewish educational sys…
 
True Crime: One less pervy old predator off the streets as Peter Nygård is finally arrested. Weekly updates: Leave Lizzo alone! The Toobin Cleanup begins, and Tom Cruise plays the savage. No one wants to end up on ‘Hoarders’ but not everyone is a Marie Kondo devotee. How much do we really need and what’s good to keep on hand ‘just in case’? Cherish…
 
Models for diagnosis and treatment of learning disorders have changed over time. Still, there are many old beliefs and myths that may lead parents and schools in the wrong direction when working with children with learning disorders. Today, John and Ryan talk with Robin Peterson, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, about learning disorders, issues around diagnosing di…
 
Opposite Imposter Syndrome lies the unofficial, ‘Empty Suits’. Credentialed, impressive backgrounds, prestigious universities but about as useless as balls on a cow or tits on a bull. How does it happen and how to deal if working with one? “The Undoing” of our faces. No lines, no wrinkles but also no expressions and who you pointing that chin at? W…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Leah Subar. Leah is a psychotherapist in private practice who helps individuals live a life that is vibrant, creative, and full of ZEST. Her monthly newsletter reaches people in over 10 countries – and her popular posts and articles on Linkedin are enjoyed by thousands each month. When not working with her clients or r…
 
Allister Frost co-founded his own tech business at 17-years-old. He is now an experienced technology advisor: mentoring startups and providing investors with due diligence in areas of AI, Blockchain, AR/VR technologies (often as a CTO). His career to date spans the realms of building PCs, website design, consulting on (financial, government, media,…
 
Skincare 401, for anyone and everyone. Tips from my visit to the dermatologist! The original and smart, ‘How To with John Wilson’, a modern Masterpiece. Pete Correale, thank me later, he is hilarious (even his old sh*t)! Weekly Updates: RIP Maradona, Elliot Page, Amber Heard, Mathew Perry, Voices of Fire and Farrell launches a new gender-neutral sk…
 
“My perfectionism is getting in the way of living my life. How did you break out of it?” So many of us struggle with perfectionism. And I’m no different. It has been, and still is, an interesting journey. And I want to share that with you. In today’s episode we'll explore: Why was my podcast my “Break free from perfectionism project” What did the l…
 
The book Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology was born of a need that Dr. Bryan Kolb recognized while completing his postdoctoral fellowship at the Montreal Neurological Institute with Dr. Brenda Milner. Dr. Kolb had asked his colleagues for a textbook on the human brain and, finding none, decided to create a course about “neuropsychology.” Now, D…
 
How do we create real lasting change with our relationship with our body? How can we stop obsessively checking our reflection? In this episode we’ll explore: Why you need a “doing” not just a “being” approach to heal your body image Why it’s not all about guided imagery and meditations. What this has to do with folding linens What all this has to d…
 
Julie has worked with over 20,000 Leaders at every level of Management and Leadership for over 30+ years. The latter years working with CEOs, SMTs, boards of trustees & Entrepreneurs. She is a Coach, a Mentor, a Trainer, an Author, a property investor, and a public speaker. In this episode of the Mental Health Revolution in the Workplace, Julie tal…
 
[Bonus episode in Dutch] Bram van den Hoogen deelt zijn ervaringen en lessen als thuiswerkende manager van het compacte marketing- en communicatieteam van de Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij (BOM). Hoe communiceer je op afstand met je team en andere collega’s? En hoe kun je als communicatieteam op afstand je voelsprieten uitsteken en zorgen dat…
 
Who hasn’t thought this: “Uhhhhh I’ve got nothing to wear” “I hate my nose” “My legs are so fat” “My belly is gross” “I don’t want anyone to see me like this” For years we’ve suffered from so much self-criticism about our bodies. And the surrounding cultures have reinforced it too! So how can we break free and start feeling attractive? In this podc…
 
In this week’s episode we answer the following question about BODY ACCEPTANCE: “On the one hand, I totally connect to the whole positive body image thing. No matter my weight, I can accept my body. When I exercise, it's out of love not to change it. But on the other hand, I would like to be a few pounds less. Is that a contradiction? Have I fallen …
 
Janey Lee Grace is an author, commentator, and co-presenter on the UK’s biggest radio show, BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon. Janey has written five books on Holistic living including the #1 Amazon best seller Imperfectly Natural Woman and currently writes columns for many magazines, and runs training workshops and consultations on Media…
 
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