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Think Aloud is a strategy where teachers share their thinking out loud to model learning and understanding. It’s like eavesdropping on what’s happening in someone’s brain. This is a great way to start a conversation, learn something new, or think about things from different perspectives. I’m Dr. Lisa Goran and I’m inviting you to think aloud with me as we explore topics related to learning, education, and life.
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The G Word

Genomics England

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We are Genomics England and our vision is to create a world where everyone benefits from genomic healthcare. Join us every fortnight, where we cover everything from the latest in cutting-edge research to real-life stories from those affected by rare conditions and cancer. With thoughtful conversations, we take you behind the science. You can also tune in to our Genomics 101 explainer series which breaks down complex terms in under 10 minutes.
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Hello, I am a marital therapist, communications trainer and author. I have thirty-five years helping couples and individuals make better relationships. I have written twenty-plus self-help books which include the international best-sellers ‘I love you but I’m not in love with you’ and ‘How can I ever trust you again?’ My books have been translated into twenty languages. I trained with RELATE the UK’s largest counselling charity. Perhaps it has been turning sixty but I have become interested ...
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The AAS Make An Impact Podcast

American Association of Suicidology

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The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research, and more! The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) is the world’s largest and nation’s oldest membership-based suicide prevention organization. Founded in 1968 by Edwin S. Shneidman, PhD, AAS promotes the research of suicide and its prevention, public awareness programs, public education and training for professionals and ...
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Welcome to the safe space of The Aftermath, a podcast that will educate and inspire you. Divorce, family trauma, custody battles, parental alienation and everything that is wrong with families today are the hard topics Dr. G. Mick Smith and Kindra Riber will talk about. Both hosts have been subjected to the harsh reality of broken families and the trauma custody battles elicit. Their stories of losing their children are different yet the same. Smith and Riber are advocates for healing the fa ...
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29 February marks Rare Disease Day. This day is an opportunity for the rare community to come together to raise awareness of the common issues affecting those living with rare conditions. A rare condition is a condition that affects less than one in 2,000 in the population, and although rare conditions are individually rare they are collectively co…
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Estrangement from adult children can be one of the most disorienting and painful experiences of a parent's life. This week, Andrew talks to Dr Joshua Coleman, the author of Rules of Estrangement. They discuss: Why estrangement has become so common Why estrangement isn’t a one-sided story of parents who got what they deserved or overly entitled adul…
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In this explainer episode, we’ve asked David Bick, Principal Clinician for the Newborn Genomes Programme at Genomics England, to explain more about the Generation Study, in less than 10 minutes. For more information you can listen to our podcast episode where David discusses the conditions that we will initially look for in the study. You can also …
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Could the ancient wisdom of Taoism help us with the emotional challenges of modern life? Author and Taoist priest Greg Ripley believes that a little-known 6th-century Taoist text called the Bai Yao Lu (Statutes of the Hundred Remedies) offers some profound answers. In this episode, Greg and Andrew discuss some of the Hundred Remedies, and how they …
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In this insightful podcast, Darlene Taylor shares her journey of co-parenting and the lessons she learned along the way, which she also discusses in her book titled "It's Not About Us: A Co-Parenting Survival Guide to Taking the High Road." Darlene emphasizes that successful co-parenting requires a shift in perspective, where decisions are no longe…
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In January we saw experts from across the genomics ecosystem, including patients and those with an interest in genomics, gather at the Festival of Genomics - the UK's largest annual life sciences event. In this episode, our host, Vivienne Parry, Head of Engagement at Genomics England, speaks to Louise Fish, CEO of Genetic Alliance UK, and Professor…
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For many women, intense caring and nurturing relationships cause their inner fire to dim, leaving them feeling they have lost themselves. Author and Jungian analyst Lisa Marchiano’s new book is called The Vital Spark: Reclaim Your Outlaw Energies and Find Your Feminine Fire. Lisa wrote the book to help women “break free from the conditioning that h…
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In this explainer episode, we’ve asked Ana Lisa Tavares, Clinical Lead for rare disease research at Genomics England, to explain what a rare condition is, in less than 10 minutes. You can also find a series of short videos explaining some of the common terms you might encounter about genomics on our YouTube channel If you’ve got any questions, or h…
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Episode #12 of The AAS Make An Impact Podcast features a conversation with Jonathan Singer, PhD, LCSW. Dr. Singer is a professor at Loyola University in Chicago's School of Social Work as well as the Founder and host of The Social Work Podcast. He is the author of two editions of Suicide in Schools who holds both a Master's and PhD in Social Work a…
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Menopause is a seismic transition for women, and for their partners. The physical and emotional changes it brings will undoubtedly reverberate into a couple’s sex life. Irish therapist Beth Wallace believes that this transition can be an opportunity rather than an ending. While decreases in hormones definitely impact women’s bodies in some detrimen…
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Dr. Bill Burnett and the five-factor model of parental alienation. Dr. Bill Burnett, a seasoned child psychiatrist, shares his extensive experience in dealing with parental alienation, a phenomenon where a child rejects one parent without valid reasons. The five-factor model, comprising contact resistance, previous positive relationship, absence of…
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On this episode of the G Word, we delve into the promising advances that artificial intelligence (AI) brings to the world of genomics, exploring its potential to revolutionise patient care. Our guests discuss public perspectives on AI in genomics and address the ethical complexities that arise in this rapidly evolving field. Gain valuable insights …
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Episode #11 of The AAS Make An Impact Podcast features a conversation with Francesca Reicherter. Francesca is the Founder and President of Inspiring My Generation, a 501(c)3 on a mission of suicide prevention through awareness, conversation, education, and support. To learn more about Inspiring My Generation, visit https://www.inspiringmygeneration…
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If you’ve suffered serious trauma, you may well be feeling confused by the sudden ubiquity of the term. The concept of trauma is having its cultural moment in the sun, and seems to be constantly under discussion on social media. This week, Andrew speaks to Jeremy Fox, a therapist and trauma specialist, about: How to define trauma Different types of…
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I’m excited to launch my new online course for couples: My Best Relationship Tools. This week, I talk with my friend and podcast engineer, Michael Dooney, about how the course can make a difference in your relationship. We discuss: Why couples struggle to communicate How to stop using failing strategies New ways of approaching conflict How to liste…
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Episode #10 of The AAS Make An Impact Podcast features a conversation with Emily Bernier, 3rd-place winner of the 2023 Paul G. Quinnett Lived Experience Writing Competition. Learn more about the Writing Competition and read Emily's submission: https://suicidology.org/pgq/ The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Su…
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Each and every one of us is awesome in some way - but, we are also human. Author, speaker and entrepreneur Nataly Kogan wrote her Awesome Human Journal to help people learn to honour their humanity, whilst also strengthening their emotional fitness. In this episode, Andrew and Nataly discuss how to: Edit your thoughts and quiet your inner critic Sa…
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In this insightful podcast with Professor Ben Hine, an expert in parental alienation and affected personally by parental alienation, shares his personal and professional journey that led to specialization in this challenging field. The discussion covers severe cases initiated by false abuse allegations, leading to legal actions and prolonged child …
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In this instalment of The G Word, our guests engage in a compelling discussion centred around a recently published paper that supports the integration of whole genome sequencing into standard cancer care. Our guests shed light on the transformative potential of combining health data with whole genome data. Discover how this innovative approach empo…
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Episode #9 of the AAS Make An Impact Podcast welcomed former professional hockey player and current Boston University Women's Hockey Assistant Coach, Reagan Rust! The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research, and more! To learn …
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Hopes, dreams and goals stretch far into the future, but intentions are about the present. Setting intentions means translating your goals into small steps you can achieve right now. Intentionality offers you a roadmap for progress and personal growth. In this episode Andrew talks with therapist Erin Vandermore about what it means to set intentions…
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Kait Brennan is an experienced Policy Advisor and Lobbyist focused on addressing the critical shortage of special educators and lack of diversity in the field. She is the principal and founder of KB Strategies, a boutique government affairs and political strategy firm. At the federal level, she represents the Teacher Education Division of the Counc…
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Professor Ben Hine, an expert in parental alienation and affected personally by parental alienation, shares his personal and professional journey that led to specialization in this challenging field. The discussion covers severe cases initiated by false abuse allegations, leading to legal actions and prolonged child separation, influencing a negati…
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Episode #8 of the AAS Make An Impact Podcast welcomed author and crisis counselor Lisa Sugarman. To learn more about Lisa visit, www.lisasugarman.com. The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research, and more! To learn more about t…
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More than one third of adults suffer from insomnia or some other kind of sleep disorder. Left unaddressed, lack of sleep can lead to debilitated health, lowered resilience, and decreased performance in all aspects of life. Psychologist, author and spiritual teacher Philip Carr-Gomm’s latest book is The Gift of the Night. The book combines an extens…
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In this compelling podcast episode, the host interviews a marketing expert with over a decade of experience who shares a remarkable journey of overcoming adversity. The guest, a military veteran, retired in 2018 and transitioned into entrepreneurship to pursue her passion for marketing. She expresses a deep commitment to helping teen girls build a …
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The AAS Make An Impact Podcast welcomed the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of #SameHere Global, Eric Kussin. To learn more about #SameHere, visit www.samehereglobal.org. The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research, and mor…
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Better sex, coping with strong emotions, healing your inner child and harnessing the power of compassion: these were some of the big themes that spoke to The Meaningful Life listeners in 2023. Jon from the Marshall Method team of therapists is Andrew’s special guest for this New Year’s Day episode. Andrew and Jon each choose their favourite episode…
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Baby Butta is Earthside fam!!! In this beautiful conversation Lynsey and I talk about her conscious use of cannabis and psilocybin during her pregnancy and as she currently breastfeeds, the fear black and brown mamas face when using these medicines during pregnancy, the indigenous traditions that celebrate the Mystery of Life through medicine cerem…
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Christmas isn’t usually thought of as a romantic holiday, but this week Dr Cheryl Fraser explores some of the ways you and your partner can share intimacy, sensuality and thrill over the winter break (however you choose to celebrate). Andrew and Cheryl discuss: Making the most of beautiful moments. Finding the strength to say no. Planning ahead so …
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Dr. Aaron R. Campbell is an Assistant Professor of Special Education in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Missouri. Her research involves equitable intervention delivery within a multi-tiered behavior support framework focused on preventative strategies for improving student academic, social, emotional, and behavio…
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We speak with Dr. Glatter about who would most benefit from Ketamine infusions, who it is NOT right for, the difference between “getting psychedelic” and getting the benefits of psychedelic medicine, ketamine addiction and the death of Matthew Perry, and the hard truths around access to treatment. Robert Glatter, MD leads the NY Ketamine Infusions …
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Holidays without our children after divorce is hard. But not impossible. Mick and Kindra share some insights on how you can take care of yourself, create new traditions and be the best parent you can be. Divorce is hard. And the aftermath of healing is a space of strength. Hosts, Mick Smith and Kindra Riber, want to make sure you are not alone duri…
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As we approach the conclusion of 2023, we reflect on a year that not only signifies our 10-year anniversary but also marks another chapter of The G Word. Throughout the year, guests have joined us fortnightly to share their research, stories, and aspirations for the future of genomic healthcare. In this special end-of-year episode, Naimah Callachan…
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Paul G. Quinnett, PhD, the Executive Chairman of the QPR Institute, is this week's guest on Episode #6 of The AAS Make An Impact Podcast. To learn more about QPR Institute, visit https://qprinstitute.com/ The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide,…
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American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson taught a path of self-reliance and self-knowledge. He emphasised self-knowledge and mindfulness as paths to happiness; also, self-reliance, cooperation, non-conformity, originality, adaptability, and receptiveness. This week, Andrew talks to author and teacher Mark Matousek about how Emerson’s twelve essenti…
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Divorce is hard. And the aftermath of healing is a space of strength. Hosts, Mick Smith and Kindra Riber, want to make sure you are not alone during divorce, parental alienation, and custody battles. They bring real people and real stories to you so you can be equipped to heal yourself, your children and recover from the aftermath of family trauma …
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Episode #5 of The AAS Make An Impact Podcast welcomed popular rapper Caskey to the show. Caskey discussed his music and how losing his father to suicide impacted his life and career. The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research,…
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The idea of “imposter syndrome” has found its cultural moment - we hear it talked about constantly, and many of us resonate with the idea of feeling like a fraud in our work or relationships. In this episode, Susan Schwartz PhD returns to the podcast to help explore the concept of imposter syndrome in more depth. Susan and Andrew discuss The ways i…
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On today's episode of the G Word, our guests will be discussing the CanGene-CanVar programme. Funded by Cancer Research UK, the 5-year programme aims to create an interface between NHS clinical care and research that will expand genetic testing access for those with inherited cancers. Our host Amanda Pichini, Clinical Lead for Genetic Counselling a…
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The AAS Make An Impact Podcast welcomed Leeann Sherman, MPS, CAE to the show. Leeann is the President & Chief Executive Officer at the American Association of Suicidology. The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research, and more! …
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Setting boundaries can seem really hard - you wonder how the other person will react, and whether you’re strong enough to manage such a task. You’re perhaps not even sure of the difference between boundary-setting and laying down an ultimatum. Relationship expert Krystal Mazzola Wood likes to focus on the good news. If you CAN learn to set healthy …
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In this episode we discuss: Understanding Parental Alienation Across Age Groups: Impact on children at different age levels during divorce. Challenges with 15-year-old boys: Hormonal and bodily changes. Toddlers and school-age children navigating different household dynamics. Grace period for school-age children, blaming themselves for the divorce.…
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The AAS Make An Impact Podcast welcomed Phoenix Wang to the show. Phoenix is the winner of the 2023 Paul G. Quinnett Lived Experience Writing Competition. Click here to read Phoenix's story. The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, r…
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Nobody dreams of becoming a stepmother. Yet for Michelle Brown, a blogger and step-parenting expert, being a step-mother feels like something she was meant to do. Michelle has a unique bond with her step-son, and through her writing she has also become a light in the darkness for many new step-parents struggling to make things work. Michelle is the…
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Dave Collier is a best-selling author, international speaker, and youth advocate. I have been fortunate to speak in North America and internationally. My topics have included Intimate Partner Violence, Narcissistic Abuse and Parental Alienation. Having worked with vulnerable youth for many years, ending generational abuse is also a passionate topic…
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This year as we celebrated our 10-year annivesary, the NHS celebrated a significant milestone of 75 years. In this episode we reflect on our journey over the last 10 years, including the impact of embedding genomic testing into the NHS, how it all started with the 100,000 Genomes Project, and how patients have influenced the shape of the Genomic Me…
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Episode #2 of The AAS Make An Impact Podcast features a conversation with Dr. Jessica Divento Dzuban, a licensed clinical psychologist and Global Head of Mental Health at YouTube. The AAS Make An Impact Podcast is presented by the American Association of Suicidology and every episode features a new guest discussing suicide, prevention, research, an…
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The divorce rate for second marriages is in most countries higher than the rate for firsts. If you’re onto a second or third marriage (or if you’re contemplating one) you’ll need a strong toolkit. In this episode, Andrew welcomes marital therapist Terry Gaspard back to the podcast for a second interview, this time to discuss the particular challeng…
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