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Best Lcpc podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Lcpc podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Quick Tips for Managing Anger is a show about how deal with anger effectively and practically. Lynette Hoy, Marriage and Family Counselor and Anger Management Specialist, presents insights and skills for managing anger. You can learn to change unhealthy anger into a positive force which accomplishes something good for yourself and others! No more yelling, swearing, manipulating or giving the 'cold shoulder'. Transform your anger into faith, assertiveness, problem-solving, empathy and forgive ...
 
The Better Living Blueprint is a podcast created specifically to help you make this day a little bit better. Not quite therapy, but deeper than general self-help, BLB is committed to bringing you research, insights and actionable steps to transform you from the inside out. Specifically, we will look at what holds us back from being fully alive and fulfilled in our work, relationships and future aspirations. Unlike other podcasts that may focus on “what” we need to learn, the goal of BLB is t ...
 
At Muscle Activation Schaumburg, we believe your health is your most valuable asset. Join hosts Charlie and Julie Cates as they discuss how to utilize exercise to help improve and maintain your health, as well as interviews with health and wellness experts from various fields including chiropractic, accupuncture, psychology, nutrition, and functional medicine. Both Charlie and Julie are certified personal trainers and Muscle Activation Techniques® practitioners in Schaumburg, IL.
 
Insurance Answers is a pro-insurance podcast for social workers, counselors, and psychologists to answer all of your credentialing and billing questions. The information on this podcast is based on the opinions and experiences of Katia Callan, LCSW-C and Danielle Kepler, LCPC in relation to their respective private practices and being paneled with various insurance companies. They are providing information based on the credentialing process, communicating with various companies, and the bill ...
 
Teens aren't kids and they aren't adults; they are in between. This is a podcast for parents of teens and young adults to give you tips, insights, and strategies for parenting during these challenging years. Evan Center, MS, LCPC, of Center Counseling specializes in adolescent development and parenting.
 
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Working in a veterinary clinic can be stressful! Burnout, compassion fatigue, imposter syndrome, depression, and more are a few of the consequences of an unhealthy work environment and lack of emotional support for veterinary professionals. This week, hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor RVT are joined by a licensed clinical professional counselo…
 
The veterinary and pet worlds were rocked once again by recent allegations that counterfeit heartworm preventives and fake cancer cures were being sold online as well as a high-profile animal abuse case involving a doggie daycare facility in North Carolina. This week, hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT reveal the latest counterfeit heartwo…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with Dr. Matt Dhingra to discuss his work as a compounding pharmacist. What is a compounding pharmacist? How can a compounding pharmacy improve your health? How is it different than a traditional pharmacy? Check out all of these details and more in this week's episode! Links re…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss the IT band - what it is, where it lives, and why so many people may have issues and symptoms with it. The IT band often gets a bad rap as being too tight and causing different hip, knee, and postural issues. However, the IT band may not be to blame at all! Learn why this is wha…
 
Pet parents can order a variety of DNA tests for their pets off the internet or even in select retailers these days. This week we’ve got a special guest to help veterinary professionals decipher fact from fiction, advice from speculation, and C from G (DNA joke - stick around until the end for another of Dr. Ward’s attempts at genetic humor…) when …
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss what they have dubbed as the Five Stages of Fitness. Whether or not you are currently exercising or have any interest in exercising, Julie and Charlie provide a road map for you to start implementing that can guide you from where you are to being able to consistently Exercise Fo…
 
On January 22, 2020, the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) released its latest “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) ‘Traveling by Air with Service Animals.’” This proposal could significantly change the definitions - and mandatory allowances - of service animals and how they are allowed to travel by air in the US. Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Be…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss one of the cornerstone principles of Muscle Activation Schaumburg - Exercise For Life. What does this mean? What does this principle entail? Why is this such a vital principle? What can you do on your own to help ensure you are exercising for life and you are able to exercise fo…
 
It’s that time of year when many of us have a bit of a “spending hangover” from the holidays! Credit card bills are piling up, and bank accounts are looking thin. This week hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT discuss whether the cost of veterinary care is a barrier for pet parents seeking our help. Dr. Ward shares some breaking January 2020…
 
When it comes to low back pain and other symptoms, issues with discs are one of the most commonly-given reasons. However, there is a strong argument to be made that the discs may not have as much to do with the symptoms as is being promoted, and an even stronger argument to suggest that your muscles may be able to influence your symptoms. This week…
 
Most of you of heard - and seen - the massive bush fires engulfing Australia over the past four months. The environmental devastation on this scale is historically unprecedented. This week's guest is a veterinary professor, animal ethicist (and part-time philosopher) from the University of Sydney, Dr. Anne Fawcett. Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie M…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with Rob Bill to discuss SOMA breathwork. What is SOMA breathwork? How is it done? Why is it beneficial? How can you start to implement it into your own life? All of these questions and more will be answered in this week's episode. Check it out! Want to learn more about SOMA br…
 
Jesus said the reason he came is to offer us life - an abundant life. This is the life we all want, but we don’t know how to get there. God does! God wants to lead you in the way you would choose if you knew what God knows! Often, like a compass, our hearts point to what magnetically draws us instead of God’s “true north.” God invites us to believe…
 
Skin allergies season in dogs (and cats) never seems to end these days. This week we're thrilled to be joined again with Dr. Dana Liska, Dermatology Specialist at Zoetis to talk about the benefits of a dermatology work up and how veterinary teamsshould (and can) work together to ensure derm and itching appointments are as efficient - and effective …
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss three things that you can do between your workouts to make sure your body is ready to hit the gym again. Helping your body get prepared for your workout is one of the keys to ensuring that you can exercise for life and glean all of the health benefits from exercising. Check out …
 
Jesus promised “eternal life”…but what does that mean? Humanity’s problem is death: not merely physical death, but the eternal death of being cut off from God, the Source of life. Apart from God, our life resides within our temporary bodies. The Good News is that we can be engrafted into God through Jesus, so we will have life—eternal life!…
 
We'll be honest, we secretly dream of working with lions, tigers, bears, and all sorts of wildlife! If you share this dream of working as a veterinary professional in a zoo or exotic locale, you're going to love this week's podcast! This weeks hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT are joined by the Oklahoma City Zoo's Mark Romanoski, CVT. Mar…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss the topic of joint health - what it is, why it is important, and what YOU can do with your exercise to improve your joint health. In order to have your highest quality of life, you need to make sure your joints stay healthy and working well. Incorporate the advice from this podc…
 
In a world of bad news, what is the Good News we share? Jesus proclaimed: God is restoring God’s kingdom, and we can be a part of it! God’s kingdom is the life we were all created to live—the life of love, joy and peace we were created for—we just don’t know how to get there. The only way to receive it is by surrendering our own claim to being “kin…
 
here’s an old saying in medicine that, “Death and Illness Follow the Seasons.” Give this podcast a listen if you agree! In this week’s conversation, hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT discuss how veterinary professionals can cope with seasonal surges in pet euthanasia and loss. The pair share stories from their practice lives, offer advice…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie answer a listener-submitted question about exercising over the age of 50. There are so many exercise fads, challenges, and short-term “fixes” that start up after the turn of the year, so making sure that you are exercising in the right manner for your goals and your body’s ability is of…
 
We often consider Christmas from Mary’s side. But what about Joseph? Discovering his fiancee’s pregnancy, he assumed she was unfaithful. What would he do? Remarkably, God faced a similar choice regarding our sin. Joseph chose to release Mary, as God chose to release us from our sin—and further, just as Joseph took Mary to be his wife, God invites u…
 
Once again, we tackle the tough topic of what, if any, holiday gifts we should give our veterinary coworkers. Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT explore whether structured gift-giving within a business team is appropriate, establishing (and adhering to) gifting boundaries, and examples of some of their favorite veterinary team gifts. The p…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health Podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with Tamara Hubbard, LCPC to discuss the psychological component of food allergies that is rarely talked about. Food allergies are becoming more and more common, and they can bring anxiety and other psychological challenges for both those who are diagnosed as well as their love…
 
Happy holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, and Happy Whatever you celebrate this time of year! This week our hosts, Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT, tackle the topics of what we should say to clients and coworkers this holiday season, how should we celebrate, and what about spouses and significant others at work parties? …
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss the idea of "loose muscles" and why being loose is not all that it's cracked up to be. So often muscle tightness is deemed the source of our aches and pains, but could it actually be muscle looseness instead? Check out all of the details in this week's episode! Resources referen…
 
Recently Microsoft revealed that it found workers who worked a four-day work week were more productive and happier. This week hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mosser, RVT contemplate whether we’re working ourselves to poor patient outcomes and burnout. Dr. Ward explains why he’s concerned we’re creating a “Generation Burnout” of veterinary professio…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie are discussing feet and the importance of maintaining healthy foot muscle function. Your feet are the foundation of your body, and if your foot muscles are dysfunctional, there will likely be dysfunction throughout your body. Julie and Charlie discuss why it is so important to keep your…
 
Pet food recalls, climate change, animal welfare, and longevity are all directly related to the foods we feed our pets. This week hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT are joined by one of Dr. Ward’s co-authors, Alice Oven, MA, to discuss their important new book, “The Clean Pet Food Revolution: How Better Pet Food Will Change the World” (201…
 
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