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“Unleashing Superpowers: Exploring Neurodiversity with Theo Smith” is a captivating podcast where host Theo Smith dives into the world of neurodiversity. From ADHD to Autism to Dyslexia and beyond, gain insights into embracing the diversity of thought and eliminating obstacles (Kryptonite). Hear from real people from across the globe and their lived experiences in this empowering series. Join the conversation using hashtags #NeurodiversityAtWork #NeurodiversityWithTheoSmith. Embrace a new pe ...
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Learn from global disability-focused leaders about high profile topics and how they are truly making a difference. Mai Ling and James give you front row access to intimate conversations that are shaping the way the world is supporting people with disabilities. They share their intimate experiences— so you can start, grow, and expand your impact.
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The Neurodivergent Leader Podcast creates a safe space to explore paradigms around neurodiversity through humor, transparency and the commitment to empower all voices. Join hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin as they elevate neurodivergent leaders and their contributions, share tools, advocate for access and acceptance and educate listeners on the strengths and challenges surrounding neurodiversity in today’s neurotypical world.
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Welcome to ’Your Voice; Your Power with Anika’, where authenticity meets empowerment. Join Anika Wilson, a dynamic business strategist and multi-passionate, neurodivergent leader, as she hosts a roundtable of authentic leaders, visionaries, entrepreneurs, and influencers. In each episode, we dive deep into candid conversations, sharing stories, growth strategies, and real-life lessons to inspire and empower you on your journey to success. From overcoming challenges to embracing your unique s ...
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I am Joey Remenyi, Founder and Director of Seeking Balance International, a world-leader in recovery of chronic vertigo, dizziness and tinnitus symptoms. I take the holistic approach to healing. In this podcast I discuss the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of neuroplasticity for healing. Joey is autistic and offers a neurodivergent affirming perspective on life and neuroplasticity. Join me as I discuss the amazing potential of our brain to facilitate healing. I talk with va ...
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Quiet Messenger is for the deep feelers, the sensitive rebels, the neurodivergent introverts with something BIG to say. Adria Sophia -- TEDx Speaker, Guide for Quiet Leaders, Messaging Weaver -- will help you tap into the message that moves you, embrace intuitive marketing in integrity with your values, and use your voice to share your truth clearly and courageously to call in your people and your next level of impact...without needing to change who you are. Uncover your unique way to show u ...
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Get ready to EXPAND your mind! The word NEUROQUEER goes beyond the intersection of neurodiversity and queerness. Neuroqueering is the practice of queering (subverting, defying, disrupting, liberating oneself from) neuronormativity, cisnormativity, and heteronormativity, and more! Through the lens of the neurodiversity paradigm and the social model and in conversations with neurodiversity-affirming professionals, we are going to challenge, rethink, and reframe systems and institutions. We are ...
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Every Tuesday, Judging Meghan explores stories that prove our strength and resilience as human beings. Featured guests include Dr. Nadine Macaluso (as portrayed by Margot Robbie in "The Wolf of Wall Street"), Ariana Kukors-Smith (Olympic Gold Medalist), Elisa Donovan (Author & Actress), Nikki DeLoach (Actress & Philanthropist), Candy Finnigan (Addiction Specialist, Star of A&E’s, Intervention) Diane Foley (Activist & Mother of Slain Journalist James Foley), Will Jimeno (Author, 9/11 Survivor ...
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This is a podcast dedicated to the unheard, unseen and underrepresented. It is to celebrate and honor the voices of the BIPOC, Latine, Queer, Neurodivergent, and Disabled communities by getting honest. This podcast is about breaking generational patterns and raising the volume on topics that usually get swept under the rug. Your host Leslie Lew, a Trailblazing Women's Empowerment Leader and international speaker will guide you into heartfelt discussions rooted in love and courage so that you ...
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You’ll want to listen to this show if you’ve been trained in JFB (John F. Barnes) Myofascial Release. Heather Hammell helps MFR therapists get fully booked, see 20 clients or less, and make 100k. Even if you’re just starting out, even if you live in a tiny town and even if you’ve been in business for years. Learn how you can help more people get out of pain and back to active lifestyles while making more money than you knew you could. Let’s ditch starving healer syndrome and change our indus ...
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One thing about being a parent – there’s no shortage of personalities to be surrounded by. Our kids, our partners, our family, our friends. They keep us laughing, growing, loving, and crying. If only they understood us. Like the musician Van Morrison once sang “When people understand what I mean, mama said there will be days like this.” Adelaide Australia’s Kate Mason is an author, wife, and mother who has spent her career studying personality and relationships. In this podcast she looks at ...
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Open Space Radio covers trends in parks and recreation, shares news from the field, and interviews park and recreation professionals making a difference in their communities. Open Space Radio is the official podcast of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) — Because everyone deserves a great park.
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Welcome to In the Field- The ABA Podcast, hosted by Allyson Wharam. This podcast is a resource hub for Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), business owners, training coordinators, individual supervisors, and graduate students accruing fieldwork in ABA. Allyson, the creator of Sidekick, an innovative online curriculum and learning portal for behavior analysts, dives into the nuances of ABA with a focus on quality supervision, which she believes is the cornerstone of the field. Each epis ...
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On the “New Rules of Business,” Chief Co-Founders Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan join the brightest minds in business and academia to unravel complex trends and challenge preconceived notions of what leadership should look like. Learn how to lead when the old rules just don’t apply.
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Bringing Stories, Strategies and Life Lessons of inspiring Indian Expats who dared to take the leap and successfully transitioned from Employee to Entrepreneur or excelled in Corporate Career itself beyond an average 9-5.Your host Ehsan Ali moved from India to Australia in 2008 with big dreams but without realising settled into a normal job. A decade later, when he tried to escape the mediocrity trap, he couldn‘t get enough help and encouragement. Finally, he launched this podcast as an ende ...
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Brand You Magazine is a free quarterly digital magazine for female entrepreneurs and business owners. Each issue of Brand You has a different theme, allowing us to showcase the many values, beliefs and morals that women build their businesses around. But wait, there is more. In addition to the magazine, a podcast and blog continue the stories further. Brand You Magazine exists to inspire and invigorate women to step into their business as truly themselves. Full of real life stories, practica ...
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Guest Introduction: Courtney Domingue is the founder of Success Shaping and a BCBA supervisor. Success Shaping offers remote supervision, consulting supervision, and continuing education for BCBAs and trainees. Courtney emphasizes a well-rounded, flexible approach to ABA supervision. Key Takeaways: Flexible Supervision Approach Importance of Multip…
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Being quietly confident is powerful. In this episode, host Kate and guest Kate James explore the strength-based approach to introversion, emphasizing the importance of leveraging natural strengths over fixing weaknesses. They discuss the significance of growth mindset, highlighting how adopting this perspective can lead to continuous improvement an…
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This episode we’re delving into the transformative power of female friendships with special guest, Nina Badzin. Nina, the voice behind Dear Nina: Conversations About Friendship and a seasoned writer on the topic since 2014, brings her wealth of knowledge and personal experiences to the table. We explore the dynamics of women's friendships, the impo…
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Life can throw unexpected challenges our way, and the past nine months have been an intense journey for Heather. From injuring her back to undergoing surgery, the road to recovery has been nothing short of a rollercoaster. In this episode, Heather opens up about this deeply personal experience, hoping to shed light on the struggles and triumphs of …
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Today we interview Jeremy Davis. Jeremy shares his journey of self-discovery and how he found his passion for storytelling through writing and directing. We discuss the importance of self-diagnosis and the validity of personal experiences. Jeremy also talks about the challenges of navigating ableism and toxic engagement in the disability advocacy s…
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Shhh. In this episode of Parenting and Personalities, Kate Mason explores the world of introversion with guest Kate James. They explore the unique strengths and challenges of introverts, debunking common myths and highlighting the importance of self-awareness and confidence. Kate James shares her journey of embracing her introverted nature and offe…
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This episode I’m joined by guests Lulu Daly from One World Surgery and Dr. Mary Hannon of South Bay MD. Lulu shares the incredible story of how a trip to Honduras transformed her family's life, leading to the creation of a life-saving organization. Discover the challenges they faced and the lives they’ve touched through their medical missions, incl…
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Today James sits down with Rachel Archambault, who is a speaker and consultant in the area of trauma-informed care as well as a licensed speech-language pathologist. Rachel collaborates with service providers (SLPs, doctors, PT/OT, etc.), parents, businesses, schools, hospitals, universities, rehab, and communities to incorporate trauma-informed ca…
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Join Heather and a panel of study group leaders—Jennifer, Kristen, Corey, Magdalena, and Maria—who share their experiences and the pivotal role the MFR coach community plays in fostering skills, camaraderie, and the spread of MFR. From the challenges of running a practice to the joys of seeing clients transform, this episode provides a wealth of in…
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Joey Remenyi talks about migraine from the perspective of wholeness: what is our body communicating to us and how can we heed its wisdom.Migraines are reversible and not something that we need to 'live with'.Join the conversation in our ROCK STEADY community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/249793068882015/-3 WAYS TO GET STARTED ON YOUR HEALING JOU…
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Joey talks about recovery of persistent brain fog, disorientation and heaviness. How do we return to our vitality and get out life back?Join the conversation in our affirmative ROCK STEADY community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/249793068882015/-3 WAYS TO GET STARTED ON YOUR HEALING JOURNEY:👉 Download our FREE Gentle Relief Starter Kit: starterk…
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Joey talks about how the ROCK STEADY skills and way of life translate into parenting for neurodivergent and neurocomplex households. She talks about the importance of bringing the body along as we parent our kids. How do we keep them in their body, aware of their own neural differences and advocating for their own needs from a young age?Joey talks …
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Joey Remenyi talks with Lydia from the US about her recovery process from vertigo and visual blur. She read the ROCK STEADY book and began the ROCK STEADY program, learning how to prioritise herself and reset her neural pathways. Lydia, teacher and mother of four kids, is now symptom free. -3 WAYS TO GET STARTED ON YOUR HEALING JOURNEY:👉 Download o…
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Send us a Text Message. Join us on a transformative journey in this riveting episode of "Your Voice; Your Power with Anika," where host Anika Wilson delves deep into the conflicting concepts of empowerment and the critical role of assertiveness in leadership. Featuring insights from three distinguished East Coast leaders - Christine EB Howard, Sher…
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Annie McLaughlin is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and an Individualized Education Program (IEP) advocate. She supports other BCBAs in transitioning into the realm of IEP advocacy. In this episode, we cover: Career Journey: Annie's path from special education teacher to BCBA and IEP advocate, emphasizing the diverse experiences that shap…
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This episode I’m joined by the esteemed Dr. Stephen Sideroff, a renowned psychologist and expert in resilience, longevity, and optimal performance. Dr. Sideroff shares his wisdom on managing stress, living in the moment, and finding balance in the chaos of life. His insights on turning stress into a tool for success and maintaining mental health ar…
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If you've been feeling the strain of long hours and are curious about how to make your practice more sustainable and profitable, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in as Heather opens up about the troubling norm in the MFR industry—overworking as a badge of success. She questions why therapists grind themselves down when the whole point of owning …
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Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International talks about understanding the wisdom within our bodies as we move through symptoms and persistent sensations.How do we make sense of the complexity that we feel?How do we clear clutter and brain fog?Am I neurological complex, or neurocomplex?What can I do to help make sense of what I feel?Learn more a…
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Welcome back to "In the Field"! In this episode, I'm super excited to chat with Dr. Katie Garza and Dr. Becky Eldridge. We're diving into their article, "Some Tools for Carrying Out a Proposed Process for Supervising Experience Hours for Aspiring Board Certified Behavior Analysts," published in Behavior Analysis in Practice. Here’s the scoop on wha…
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Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International talks about how we are swimming in unseen data, that our bodies need to physically digest, daily.How do we digest our lived experience and make sense of the world? How do we firm up our identity and know who we are or who we are not?Why does it matter? Undigested life experience can accumulate in our …
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Ready to transform your fitness routine? It starts with understanding your unique personality. In this episode, Kate delves into the unique ways introverts and extroverts, intuitives and sensors, thinkers and feelers, and judgers and perceivers approach exercise. Whether you thrive on the camaraderie of group classes or find peace in solitary runs,…
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Today's episode I'm joined by Steve Jordan, a renowned fitness expert, podcaster, and author. Steve opens up about his traumatic brain injury, a life-altering experience that tested his resilience and ultimately paved his path to recovery. From being a top athlete and popular student to facing a near-death experience, Steve's story is a testament t…
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Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International talks about the concept of Neurocomplexity developed by Lindsey Mackereth at Method Creative."Neurocomplexity: the intersection of neurodivergent wiring that includes increased complexity in the areas of cognition, sensory receptivity, attention, creativity, and/or intuition. "(Mackereth, 2023)Joey ta…
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Today we are joined by Speech Language Pathologist Ebony Green. Ebony is the CEO and founder of SLP Business Suite and she talks with Mai Ling about how she got started as an SLP, starting a private practice, fighting imposter syndrome, and pivoting mid-career. She also shares her passion for networking and connecting people which led her to launch…
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Are you an MFR therapist who is struggling with doubts that myofascial release therapy works in the way that you've been trained that it works? You're not alone. This is totally normal, nothing has gone wrong —it's simply a part of the journey. Join Heather as she explores this common hurdle that MFR therapists face and how to overcome it. Discover…
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Send us a Text Message. Join host Anika Wilson and guest Judge Gay Polk-Payton as they delve into the critical roles of education and activism in the justice system. Tune into a profound discussion on the urgency and importance of informed voting and social justice. - Discover the significant impacts of misinformation on voter participation and the…
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Join us as we delve into the nuances of compassionate parent training with BCBA Leanne Page from Parenting with ABA. In this episode, we explore how combining empathy with actionable strategies can transform parent training, enhancing both the practice and its outcomes AND how to support trainees and new BCBAs in developing these skills. Here's wha…
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In this episode of "In the Field," I'm thrilled to chat with Priscilla Rodriguez Haros, a BCBA and passionate advocate for integrating reading and personal development into the practice of ABA. Here's what we cover: Embracing a Mentorship Role: Priscilla shares her insights on the importance of clear boundaries in mentorship and how it enhances the…
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In this podcast episode, BCBA, Dr. Shelby Dorsey, we dive into using AI to support neurodivergent supervisees. As two neurodivergent behavior analysts, we're unpacking how Dr. Shelby leverages AI to streamline clinical ABA practices and the significance of embracing neurodiversity in the workplace. Here's what we're exploring: The importance of rep…
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Laughter truly is the best medicine! In this episode, Kate dives into the fascinating world of humour and its effects on our mental and physical health. She explores various types of humour—from slapstick to satire—and how they resonate differently depending on our personality types, as described by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Kate illustrates…
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As you may recall, our final episode of 2023 was part one of our conversation around neurodiversity and parks and recreation. It was a wonderful conversation with Kande Jones, the Development Director for Mulvane Recreation Commission, and Dave McDaniel, the Operations Coordinator for City of Mobile Parks and Recreation about their experience as ne…
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In this episode I’m joined by Paul Summers Junior, a recovering addict, author, and musician, whose journey unfolds as a poignant narrative of self-expression, resilience, and redemption. Thi episode we discuss the evolving societal perceptions towards individuality and creativity, highlighting music's healing role in nurturing connection and empat…
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Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International speaks with Tinkara from Slovenia about her experience with ROCK STEADY. Tinkara had debilitating tinnitus, believing that there was no cure... she applied for a ROCK STEADY scholarship and began her healing. Tinkara is now happy, smiling and not hearing her tinnitus. She learned about loving her self…
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In this episode of "In the Field," I sit down with Amy Evans from Octave Innovation to talk about some of my absolute favorite things, instructional design, precision teaching, assent, AND ongoing supervision and learning. Amy brings such a wealth of knowledge as the founder of Octave Innovation and over a decade of experience working and learning …
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Discover how myofascial therapy meets art on this episode of The MFR Coach Podcast with MFR Therapist, Tonya Allen. Tonya's background in commercial art and body therapy has given her a unique perspective on the human body. She has been practicing as a licensed massage therapist since 2003 but found her calling in Myofascial Release after attending…
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Send us a Text Message. Join Anika Wilson and Veronica Barragan on "Your Voice; Your Power" as they delve deep into the tough, transformative world of generational curses and the path to healing. Discover empowering insights on how to break free from the chains of inherited trauma and reclaim your power. - Exploring the root causes of generational …
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What happens when neurodiversity intersects with the MBTI? In this episode, Kate and guest Sam Young explore the relationship between MBTI personality types and neurodiversity. They explore how understanding traits like extroversion and introversion can impact the interactions and development of neurodiverse individuals, particularly children. Kate…
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In this episode I have the pleasure of chatting with Jennifer Lasko, the founder of Very Nice Beauty and a fierce advocate for mental health. Jennifer's journey from studying chemical engineering to diving headfirst into the beauty industry is truly remarkable. Through her story, we discover a woman of incredible resilience and determination who fa…
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Dr. Michelle Boisvert joins this episode of the show for an informative conversation with Mai Ling. Using her expertise as a Speech-Language Pathologist, Michelle co-founded easyReportPRO.com to address some of the challenges that SLPs face which she knew could be simplified with the use of technology. She talks about what easyReportPRO is, how it …
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Listen in as Heather sits down with Unu Tran, a fellow myofascial release therapist and the voice behind the Myofascial Health podcast. The son of strict well-meaning parents, Unu grew up thinking that he had only one choice in life. Go to school, get a good job, and build a stable life for himself. While this laser focus led him to a respectable c…
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Joey talks with Bethanie about her experience of multiple diagnoses, lengthy and expensive specialist investigations and the benefits of ROCK STEADY to help her make sense of her own body: to become the expert in herself. Bethanie had diagnoses such as lyme disease, Persistent postural perceptual dizziness (PPPD), Mal de débarquement syndrome MDdS,…
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