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Supporting neurodiverse children can be both rewarding and confusing. Holly Blanc Moses shares her strategies to support children diagnosed with ADHD and/or Autism. If you want to learn more about emotional health, behavior, social interaction and academics, this podcast is for you.
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The Child Discipleship Podcast is a conversation dedicated to anyone who cares about the future of the faith. Melanie Hester leads listeners through conversations happening within the world of children’s ministry, with insights from thought leaders and front-line servants in the local church and throughout the child advocacy space. We believe this generation of kids can be the greatest generation of disciples this world has ever seen, but they need loving caring adults like you to help make ...
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READ Podcast

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READ: Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. It is produced by The Windward School and The Windward Institute. Learn more at www.thewindwardschool.org and www.thewindwardschool.org/wi. Visit READ's homepage at www.readpodcast.org
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NRCAC Team Talk

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Every day, professionals from Children's Advocacy Centers and Multidisciplinary Teams do incredible work to help children and families heal from the trauma of child abuse. NRCAC's Team Talk podcast highlights the efforts of these heroes throughout the northeast region and across the United States.
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In each episode of All Things Disability we’ll speak with a leader in the disability space to learn how they promote inclusion and opportunities for people of all abilities. All Things Disability is produced by Northeast Arc, an organization that changes lives and discovers abilities for thousands of individuals with diverse abilities across Massachusetts. We help them become full participants in their communities: choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize, and play.
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Empowered by Hope

Emily K. Whiting and Ashlyn Thompson

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You want the best possible quality of life for your child regardless of diagnosis or prognosis. Raising a child with medical complexities is often lonely, scary and overwhelming. Join two parents of amazing children with rare medical complexities, Emily K. Whiting and Ashlyn Thompson, to get help and grow with them into empowered advocates for our kids. Here you’ll find a community of support, encouragement, education and resources, equipping you to navigate your child’s medical complexities ...
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As an Author, Life Transformation Coach, Online Instructor and bereaved mom since 2005, through guest interviews and coaching, I share great content that is informative, inspiring and practical to help anyone who has suffered a loss, or other adversity manage grief and heal. Topics focus on loss, grief advocacy, grief support, healing, personal growth and holistic wellbeing.
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An enormous amount of time, money, effort, and good intentions goes into scientific research. But all too often the results aren’t shared – or effectively communicated – with those beyond the ivory tower of academia. The goal of Beyond the Jargon is to make academic research more accessible to a wider audience. Host Karen Albright engages listeners in a series of conversations designed to translate scientific research and to explore from a data-driven perspective the impacts of child abuse o ...
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The Cycle Chats Network is a collection of women hosted podcasts that look to have thought provoking conversations that will inspire you to break the cycle of generational traumas, societals pressures, mental health stigmas, women's health advocacy, and toxic relationships. Each of our shows looks to empower you to break the patterns within yourself that no longer serve you through the use of education, self discovery tools, and a little bit of humor! Sync Up With Us: Instagram: @cyclechatsn ...
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This continuing education podcast connects CASA volunteers with engaging and relevant training designed to help strengthen advocacy for children and families. Each short, dynamic episode features informative discussions with subject matter experts exploring topics connected to child welfare and best practices for CASA advocacy. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speaker(s) in their personal capacity and are not the official policy or position of Texas CASA.
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Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
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Think nothing ever happens in your town? Australia's suburbs are home to some of the most mysterious and disturbing true crime cases in the world. Meshel Laurie is a true crime obsessive, and with the help of expert interviews with writers, victims, investigators and perpetrators, she probes the underbelly of our towns and suburbs, and uncovers the darkness at the heart of Australian life. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. Become a subscriber to Australian Tru ...
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A podcast for parents and families of people living with rare diseases in Ontario. I Care for Rare is a social advocacy campaign, designed to give individuals, families and caregivers living with rare diseases a collective voice for system healthcare AND community support reform.
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FocusAF

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Our podcast aims to provide listeners with information on current topics, in an informal conversational format. Each episode will be dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of mental health and the impact it has in our communities, as well as exploring different areas of advocacy from lived-experience and professional lenses. Hosted by Carolina de Almeida.
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Through heartfelt interviews and expert advice, on the Jan Broberg Show, we explore the journey of healing from trauma and finding joy and fulfillment in life. This podcast is a safe space for survivors to come together, share their stories, and find support along the way. Whether you're a survivor yourself or simply looking to learn more about these important issues, "The Jan Broberg Show" has something for everyone. So tune in and join us on this journey of healing and hope.
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Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number). Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from conversations recorded via a computer or tel ...
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Kristen RB Peterson, will be your new teacher bestie, mentor, and motivator, all in one. Kristen is on a mission to energize your passion for early childhood education, challenge outdated practices, and equip you with the tools to create a truly developmentally appropriate learning environment. As a play advocate, Kristen’s enthusiasm and expertise will inspire you to foster creativity, curiosity, and joy in the children under your care. Together, we’ll embark on a journey to set the stage f ...
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The Everything ECE Podcast, brought to you by Early Learning Foundations, is a podcast for early childhood educators and leaders. If you work in a child care, preschool or kindergarten setting, The Everything ECE Podcast will provide you with inspiration and actionable steps with professional and personal tips and tricks to find that ideal work-life balance. Join host, Carla Ward, each week as she brings you early childhood topics to help enhance your program and teacher life. The Everything ...
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The lived experience podcast is about sharing real people's stories of lived experiences on a large range of mental health topics. As a child of a single mother with BiPolar, I wanted to create interviews that would fill the content gap around this subject and lesser-known issues that are covered in the current mental health awareness movement. Mental health awareness and advocacy go far beyond depression and anxiety. I hope these discussions shine a lot on issues you may not be aware of or ...
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Speaking of Kids...

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Who speaks for kids when decisions about their education, health, and safety are being made? You do! Children need our collective attention and voice. You’ve found Speaking of Kids…, a podcast series from First Focus on Children, that uncovers why children are an afterthought in politics. We'll discuss how we can unify our efforts to demand change that will improve the well-being of all our kids. Your hosts are Bruce Lesley and Messellech “Selley” Looby of First Focus on Children, a bipartis ...
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As a new parent of a child with a rare genetic syndrome, I was lost. There was no guide. There was no rulebook. This was not what I had imagined. As I navigated my way through this new reality, I realized something that should have been simple, but was not. A truth that had always been there, but that I had lost sight of for a time - I am not alone. And neither are you. These are the stories of my family, and of families like ours. These are the stories of how we have persevered, cried, bond ...
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I Am Dad

Kenneth Braswell

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The I AM DAD. Podcast is an exploration of fatherhood insight, information, and inspiration for dads, their families, the people who love, and those that support them.
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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

Exactly Right Media – the original true crime comedy network

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For anyone who has been parented, is a parent or dreams of being a parent, Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan teaches us all how to make the world a more loving, accepting and compassionate place -- one parent, one person and one child at a time. Every episode features a “Sitting Down with Dr. Dan” segment to help listeners discover ways to be the best version of themselves. With more than 25 years of experience as a psychologist, author and father, Dr. Dan Peters understands the key to raising h ...
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Not An Island Podcast

Todd and Amanda Johnson

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Not An Island Podcast is that little place where autism, family, and faith meet. Created by an autism family, for autism families, your hosts Todd and Amanda Johnson bring conversation, advice, and resources to help you through the unique journey of raising a child with autism in a Christian home.
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It’s time to highlight a taboo in our society: child sexual abuse. Dear Me, You survived provides a platform for survivors to tell their story. You are not alone. Support this podcast: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/2036367.rss
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Raising Joyful and Resilient Black Children

Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes & Dr. Valerie N. Adams-Bass

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As a parent raising Black children, do you ever wish there was a trusted space that understood the unique challenges and joys of raising Black children and that affirmed Black children? Well, we’re here for you. We’re Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass and Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes, developmental psychologists, moms and professors. In each episode, we’ll speak with experts and parents to explore what it means to raise healthy and thriving Black children, bridge conversations from parenting to child wel ...
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The Boma

International Livestock Research Institute

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Welcome to ‘The Boma’—a new podcast about livestock in the developing world—the cattle, camels, sheep, goats, pigs and poultry—that provide billions of people with nutrition, income, resources and livelihoods. How can small scale livestock systems be sustainable, as well as profitable? How can they help protect the environment? Do they harm or enhance human health? Check out The Boma to hear diverse perspectives on some of the hottest topics debated today and dive deep into the best and late ...
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DCS Talks, is a podcast production of the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services. The intention of DCS Talks is to promote dialogue among child welfare professionals, foster parents and the entire community about ways to prevent child abuse and neglect.
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Healing Hearts is a podcast aimed to help others parent with purpose. We offer support for resilient families as a beacon of hope and understanding for parents of vulnerable youth. Our commitment is to serve as an empathetic yet empowering guide for parents through the complex journey of raising children who face emotional, developmental, or behavioral divergence. We create dialogues that inspire, providing practical solutions and unwavering support for parents seeking strength and compassio ...
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PlayGround

Prasanna Karur

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How can we rediscover our inner child? Host Prasanna Karur explores his guests' childhood adventures and passions to understand how our inner child impacts our lives today. Through each episode and conversation, Prasanna works toward making this world more of a PlayGround, with an emphasis on the play.
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Seizing Life

CURE Epilepsy

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Seizing Life, a CURE Epilepsy podcast hosted by Kelly Cervantes, aims to inspire empathy & give hope as we search for a cure for epilepsy. Together, we can find a cure. We can seize life.
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AboutCONSENT™

AboutCONSENT™, Rosalia Rivera

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Weekly informational, inspirational & motivational episodes about: Consent education, sex positivity, body safety for kids, healing, sexual autonomy, orgasm equality, survivor support and advocacy, and current events. Join me in having an open, transparent and inspirational dialogue about all of these important topics that will move the sexual empowerment movement forward!
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The Ahlquist Agenda

The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice & Innovation

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The Ahlquist Center for Policy, Practice and Innovation is the policy and advocacy arm of Brightpoint, a distinguished child and family service organization in Illinois. The Center advocates for robust, antiracist, equitable policies and social supports that create social capital, economic mobility, and systems designed to ensure children, families, and communities thrive.In this podcast, we invite you to take an inside look at how we think about policy: why it matters, how it impacts youth, ...
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Dare To Soar will empower, encourage, and strengthen! Doctor R.C. will share some of the services and resources that promote educational success for the youth today. She has been employed as a Social Worker for over 20 years she will share with all who are tuned in valuable lessons that learned through her work experiences as to why the primary role of a School Social Worker should be to serve as a liaison/child advocate while collaborating and consulting with not only students, but parents, ...
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The Family Ties is a True Crime podcast that focuses on crimes committed against children in the United States. In each episode, Kelley tells a true-crime case about a child that has been abused, neglected, tortured, and often murdered. The goal is to educate the public on this national epidemic and encourage the show's viewers and listeners to take action in their communities and fight for law reform to better protect the most vulnerable among us.
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“It takes a village to raise a child” ~African Proverb ~ Welcome to the Guilbault Girls Show where you will have the opportunity to hear from mothers, fathers, siblings, and individuals themselves about their journey of living with a disability. We also have special guests on to share the many resources that are available to those living with a disability and their families. So, get ready to laugh, smile, cry, maybe even get a little angry when you hear some of these stories of their day-to- ...
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What about PS? Hosted by Giselle Barbosa, PIP-UK Ambassador, Entrepreneur and Athlete. The What about PS? podcast aims to shine a light on Poland Syndrome, a rare disease, and the lived experience of the Poland Syndrome community. Each episode, Giselle will explore inclusive and varied experiences of people living with Poland Syndrome with a variety of guests, from Paralympian Kim Daybell, Former Cricketer Lewis Hatchett, Australian Gymnast Clay Mason Stephens to medical professionals, bra c ...
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Welcome to "Pushing Forward with Alycia" This is a place where every story is a journey of empowerment, resilience, and breaking barriers. Hosted by disability advocate Alycia Anderson, this podcast shines a light on the vibrant tapestry of human experience, celebrating the triumphs and challenges of those who push the boundaries of what's possible Alycia Anderson is a disability advocate, DEI trainer and motivational TEDx speaker and we are so glad you are here. 🌟Featured Episodes: Meet Aly ...
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The Parent IEP Lab

Beth Liesenfeld, MOT, OTR/L

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Turn into the parent advocate your child needs now by gathering context to how the process and system work so you can ask informed questions of your IEP team and get your child supported in school!! This podcast aims to help you secure an IEP that provides a positive learning environment for your child without having to fight with the school by sharing "insider" information about school and IEP culture along with strategies effective parent advocates use to get what they need for their child ...
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As Word Spreads is a podcast that serves the interests of youth in British Columbia, and is a production of First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition. Interested in coming on the podcast? Send us an email! info@firstcallbc.org All episodes are are archived here: http://firstcallbc.org/publication-types/podcasts/
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Welcome, I am so glad you have joined in today as we take a deep dive into all things Educate to Advocate! Growing up with undiagnosed dyslexia, as a mother of a child with dyslexia, and as an occupational therapist working with hundreds of children with dyslexia, through the Dyslexia Center of Tulsa, the Educate to Advocate Podcast was born. My mission, it’s simple! It is to create a safe space to explore the lived experiences of learning differences that go beyond the classroom for parents ...
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These podcasts are a reflection of Ruth & David’s ongoing conversations, which are both intimate and professional and touch on complex topics like how systems fail victims and children, how victims experience those systems, and how children are impacted by those failures. Their discussions delve into how society views masculinity and violence and how intersectionalities such as cultural beliefs, religious beliefs and unique vulnerabilities impact how we respond to abuse and violence. These f ...
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Jason Jemera is a child of Filipino immigrants raised amidst Bay Area violence and is a current UPENN Psychiatric Mental Health NP-candidate in Philly, who is bridging the gap between his background in clinical nursing and evidence-based science with his passion for social justice and community advocacy. Mental health is not one-size-fits-all. We each have different backgrounds, cultures, professions, disabilities, traumas, triumphs, and other identities that build our individual life storie ...
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Black and Dyslexic

Dyslexia Advocation, Inc.

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The Black and Dyslexic Podcast is here to educate, empower, and equip adults and parents of children with dyslexia and other language based learning differences. We offer an authentic and raw perspective into the challenges faced when advocating for yourself or your child with a learning disability. Black and underrepresented minorities don't experience advocacy the same way as our White counterparts.
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Welcome to CHIT CHATS! A mostly unedited space where we break the cycle of what it means to be a woman...TOGETHER!Friend breakups are the actual worst. Some say, they may be worse than a romantic one. That's what we're talking about today. Moving on and moving forward. We apologize in advance for the memories you are about to unlock. WHOOPSIE!-----…
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It was almost 4 years ago when our worlds were flipped upside down. We went from living our lives unmasked and in close proximity to others to, almost overnight, keeping our distance and being masked up. Even though it was another life ago, we are still working through the consequences of COVID-19, especially for our youngest learners. Socio-emotio…
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YouTube Powerhouse Jessica McCabe will discuss themes from her book, How to ADHD, including navigating a world not built for the neurodivergent brain, the economic cost of not treating ADHD, how she’s learned to pay attention to time, and more. Living with ADHD: More Resources Download: The Ages & Stages of ADHD Sign Up: 5-Week Guide to Building He…
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Jon Tyson sat down with Shawna Murlin and Ross Cochran live at the 2023 Child Discipleship Forum to discuss how today’s kids are like Daniel in Babylon, and how we as the loving caring adults in their lives can help them form a lasting faith in Jesus. SHOW NOTES SUBSCRIBE wherever you get your podcasts today so you never miss an episode. Watch Toda…
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ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 218 James G Robinson - More Than We Expected Author - Five Years with a Remarkable Child James Robinson is a dad and the author of More Than We Expected: Five Years With a Remarkable Child, a deeply moving book and a testament to the strength found in vulnerability, the importance of community and the boundless love that …
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Dr. Dan talks to the always inspiring Stefanie Wilder-Taylor — author, TV personality, cohost of the popular podcast For Crying Out Loud, and Mom —about her memoir DRUNK-ISH: Loving and Leaving Alcohol. In this episode, Stefanie recounts the rise and fall of her relationship with alcohol, from liquor cabinet concoctions at age 14 to her online fame…
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Welcome, Aiesha Robinson! "Pushing Forward with Alycia," honors Black History Month by welcoming Aiesha Robinson, whose life took an unexpected turn with a vitiligo diagnosis at 18. Aiesha's story is a testament to the strength of human spirit, leading her to establish Born To Rise, where she champions self-love, resilience, and the beauty of embra…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Chelsea Luker (Autistic/ADHDer/Psychologist) and I talk about finding your flock, self-awareness, sensory needs, and social connection. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn mo…
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This is a "Shortcut" episode. It’s a shortened version of this week’s more detailed full episode, which is also available on our feed. Dr Renee Zahnow is an Urban Criminologist, and an Australian Research Council (ARC) Senior Research Fellow in the School of Social Science at the University of Queensland. She joins us today on Australian True Crime…
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Dr Renee Zahnow is an Urban Criminologist, and an Australian Research Council (ARC) Senior Research Fellow in the School of Social Science at the University of Queensland. She joins us today on Australian True Crime to discuss productive ways of thinking about those who criminally offend, keys to prevention for at risk youths, and the harmful resul…
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Welcome to What about PS? Podcast the show where we delve into remarkable stories and journeys that inspire us all. I'm your host, Giselle, and today we have a very special episode in honor of Rare Disease Day. Join us as we shine a light on Jen's extraordinary journey to diagnosis in Scotland for her son and her unwavering commitment to educating …
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Welcome to Soul Sisters! A 9-part series on the Grief Talk Podcast, where with my real-life sister Brenda, we offer thought-driven and inspiring topics for your soul! In Part 3 of this series, we discuss exit points, near-death experiences, soul contracts, purpose, breaking free from family dysfunction, trauma, mental health, and manifesting your b…
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Caregivers in the "sandwich generation" face added demands and stress when managing ADHD in themselves, their children, and their aging parents. Danna McDonald, RMFT-SQ, RSW, shares strategies to address these challenges. Sandwich Generation Stress: More Resources Symptom Test: 10 Questions to Reveal Parental Burnout Read: Never Good Enough: The Em…
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[Content Warning]: Child sexual abuse, physical abuse, rape, domestic violence, child exploitation, human trafficking, death of a spouse. Today, Jan is joined by Nikki Valencia. Nikki’s life and healing started when she found herself in the 12-steprooms, which was her first surrender. Her second deepest surrender is when her wife died which led to …
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Our words are powerful. They can inspire us to do great things. They can remind us of our importance, or simply remind us to breathe and live in the moment. Be sure to tune into Rachel Mast's full interview on 2.27.24 via The Guilbault Girls Show podcast and on 3.1.24 @6pm on our Guilbault Girls YouTube Channel! If you would like to order a token w…
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In this episode, Host Sophia Mills talks to Adoptive Parent, Tim Maudlin. Maudlin talks about adoption trauma with his child and shares personal stories, tools, and tips to overcome grief and trauma and survive what seems unsurvivable, empowering parents to give grace to their children while being kind to themselves. Tim Maudlin is a devoted husban…
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Today I am chatting with Megg Thompson, a neuro-affirming behavior consultant that uses LOVE-based strategies to help kids be their absolute best! In this episode we talk about doing away with behavior charts, stickers, rewards, and more. Tune in to find out what we can do differently! Key Takeaways: Behavior Charts and External Motivation: Megg an…
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This is a "Shortcut" episode. It’s a shortened version of this week’s more detailed full episode, which is also available on our feed. Dr. Hamish Mckenzie is the Detective Superintendent of the Western Australia Sex Crimes Division. That means he's the boss. As you're about to hear, Sex Crimes is a very challenging area of policing, and Western Aus…
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Dr. Hamish Mckenzie is the Detective Superintendent of the Western Australia Sex Crimes Division. That means he's the boss. As you're about to hear, Sex Crimes is a very challenging area of policing, and Western Australia is the largest single policing jurisdiction in the world. Policing, like everything else, is done differently in WA. But accordi…
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Both men and women can be violent and controlling. In this episode of Partnered with a Survivor, Ruth and David speak with international expert Lisa Young Larance about her research and clinical practice related to women’s use of force in intimate relationships. In the conversation, Lisa highlights the importance of context and intersectionalities …
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A Husband and Father's Journey Hey there, I'm Dontaye Carter. My story is one of love, family, and a quest to make the world a better place. Eight years ago, I set out on an incredible journey, leaving behind Valdosta, Georgia, to follow my heart to Atlanta. My only mission was to marry the woman who had stolen my heart at a Valentine's Day party y…
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Welcome to Sync Ups with Cycle Chats! In Dr. Janina’s penultimate episode of Sync Ups, she absolutely hit the ball out of the park with her amazing conversation about how ADHD affects relationships. Dr. Janina breaks down not only the symptoms of ADHD that can impact a relationship but also gives us ways for you and your partner to be able to work …
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Our next Q&A is all about Misophonia, a condition where a person experiences a decreased tolerance for certain sounds. To help us understand more about Misophonia, I have asked Doctor of Audiology Rae Stout to join me! Dr. Stout is an Autistic Audiologist that has taken a particular interest in using low gain hearing aids to help children not only …
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Pastor, Author, and Speaker John Mark Comer joined the podcast with Matt Markins and Mike Handler for an in depth conversation about child discipleship and how churches can prioritize discipleship in their communities. SHOW NOTES This episode was originally released on December 8 2022. Check out Practicing the Way, the ministry founded by John Mark…
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ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 184 More of Everything - How I Became a Better Parent to My Child With Extreme Special Needs By Lifting My Emotional Burdens With SYNGAP1 Mom - Janie Reade Janie Reade is an author and mom to three adult sons, one with a severe neurodevelopmental disorder caused by a mutation in the SYNGAP1 gene. We'll talk about her uniq…
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Dr. Dan interviews Marc Hauser, PhD, a neurobiologist, educator, and former professor of evolutionary biology and psychology at Harvard University about Risk Eraser, the program he founded in 2013 to help at-risk kids lead healthier lives. Risk-Eraser helps schools transform the learning and decision-making of children with disabilities by providin…
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Happy Valentine's Day! Join the playful side of love this Valentine's week on "Pushing Forward with Alycia," as Alycia Anderson and her husband, Marty, share the rollercoaster ride of their romance. With a spark that ignited in their youth and a lifetime filled with mischievous camp memories, their love story is anything but ordinary. Highlights: 💌…
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When Sarah Kalis walked into the room with her son, Crew, I saw more than just a mother and her child; I saw a beacon of hope personified. Sarah, a former special education teacher turned medical mama, joins us to share the profound lessons and stories from her life with Crew, who has cerebral palsy. Her candid narration of the transformations she'…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, I break down information on functional behavior assessments (FBA). You'll hear about why conducting these assessments is important, what information to include and what to expect:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide,…
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In this episode, our hosts Bruce Lesley and Messellech “Selley” Looby chat with Representative Suzanne Bonamici. Rep. Bonamici, who has represented Oregon’s 1st district in Congress since 2012, has been an avid Champion for children throughout her career and achieved the #1 slot on First Focus Campaign for Children’s 2023 Legislative Scorecard. The…
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On this episode, my guest is Nick Shaw. Nick is a bereaved dad, accomplished executive coach, author and speaker known for his profound insights into personal transformation, self-discovery, and authentic leadership. With the 2023 release of his debut book, My Teacher, My Son: Lessons on Life, Loss, and Love, Nick shares a compelling narrative abou…
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[Content Warning]: Child sexual abuse, eating disorders, self-harm, death of a child, suicide Today's episode contains a discussion about the sensitive topic of suicide, particularly the death of a child. If you may be triggered by this conversation, please take care while listening. Today, Jan is joined by Nancy who shares her experience of being …
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Welcome to the Guilbault Girls Show where you will have the opportunity to hear from mothers, fathers, siblings, and individuals themselves about their journey of living with a disability. In this episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Jawanda Mast. Jawanda is the National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC) Grassroots Advocacy Manager. She has been …
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Today I am chatting with Em about all things research! Emily Clark, M. Ed is an international early childhood education advocate with teaching certifications from both the US and the UK. She founded EarlyEdEm.com to bring real early childhood research to the real educators who need it most. Key Takeaways: Access to Research: Research can feel overw…
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This episode of "Raising Joyful and Resilient Black Children" delves into the importance of celebrating and strengthening Black fatherhood, featuring insights from Dr. Alvin Thomas and his work with the Black Fatherhood Podcast. Through thoughtful discussion and exploration, the episode aims to challenge stereotypes and empower Black families.…
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In this episode, we break the cycle of women's health as we chat with the Vaguru herself, Miss Nika Samples. We discuss why women are neglected in healthcare, why women experience reoccurring health issues, what are the solutions are and the importance of feminine care. Listen to Today's Episode to Learn About: -Nika’s desire to get educated about …
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This is a "Shortcut" episode. It’s a shortened version of this week’s more detailed full episode, which is also available on our feed. Like many of us, our guest today has researched her family tree using an online ancestry website. Unlike most of us, Julie DiBella found a serial killer lurking in hers. Julie has spent the last couple of years rese…
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Like many of us, our guest today has researched her family tree using an online ancestry website. Unlike most of us, Julie DiBella found a serial killer lurking in hers. Julie has spent the last couple of years researching the crimes of her great great grandfather, Robert Francis Burns, who has gone down in the histroy books as potentially Australi…
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In the "I Am Dad" podcast, host Kenneth Braswell engages in a profound dialogue with Dr. Jeffery Shears and Dr. Matisa Wilbon about the "Dynamics of Atlanta Black Dads" report. They delve into the transformative role of Black fathers in Fulton County, challenging stereotypes and underscoring their indispensable role in family and community. Dr. She…
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Sexual and domestic violence in the military challenges recruitment, retention, team cohesion, operational readiness, security and organizational health. Yet, most militaries around the world are still struggling to effectively address these problems. Gaps in the response harm military families, and allow the destruction of the careers and health o…
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Welcome to Sync Ups with Cycle Chats! In Dr. Janina’s second episode of Sync Ups, she breaks down why women and girls are not getting diagnosed with ADHD and how that affects females all over the world. Dr. Janina explains why there is such a gender gap in the ADHD diagnosis, how women are expected to behave in our society, and what happens when th…
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This week we launched the worlds first AI daily news called 'Real News' which will be hosted by Meshel Laurie and Simon Baggs. Subscribe and follow this new podcast to get daily updates each morning. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. Become a subscriber to Australian True Crime Plus here: https://plus.acast.com/s/aus…
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Today is all about Primitive Reflexes! And I invited Sarah Collins of Homeschool OT to help us out as we dive into this topic! Sarah is not just a talented OT. She is also a homeschool mom with lived experience with retained primitive reflexes! What are primitive reflexes? Primitive reflexes are things that our bodies naturally do as babies but tha…
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Angelica Celinska from The Voice of Early Childhood joins Carla Ward to talk about advocacy for Early Childhood. It doesn't have to be big, grand and scary, but we can still step outside our comfort zone and make a big impact. Angelica shares actionable ways that we can make a difference. Show Notes: https://www.elfoundations.com/131…
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Today we are excited to launch a world first podcast and our Australian True Crime audience are the first to hear this. The podcast is called 'Real News' and is a daily new podcast hosted by Meshel Laurie and Simon Baggs using AI. Please subscribe and follow on your favourite listening device to get the latest episode in your feed each morning and …
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John Mark Comer gives practical and holistic wisdom to walking alongside a child, and pointing them to Jesus as you follow Jesus. SHOW NOTES This episode was originally released on September 29 2022 Learn more about John Mark Comer and his ministry. SUBSCRIBE wherever you get your podcasts today so you never miss an episode. You can leave a voicema…
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