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One's Too Many

Adam Saulters

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One's Too Many is the podcast dedicated to veterans and first responders. This podcast is dedicated to helping veterans and first responders get through the struggles they might be facing internally or externally. Hear interviews with special guests and experts , so Whether you’re struggling with transition, depression, or even problems at work, we’re here for you to give you actionable advice and examples of how you can get through them and succeed by those who have struggled too.
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ADHD Aha!

Understood.org, Laura Key

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Listen to people share candid stories about the moment it clicked that they, or someone they know, has ADHD. Host Laura Key, who’s had her own ADHD “aha” moment, chats with guests about common topics like ADHD and shame, mental health challenges, and more. Through heartfelt interviews, listeners learn about the unexpected, emotional, and even funny ways ADHD symptoms surface for kids and adults.
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Head Space and Timing Podcast

Duane K. L. France, MA, MBA, LPC

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The psychological impact of military service is well known but less understood. Every Tuesday and Thursday, join combat veteran and clinical mental health counselor Duane France as he interviews mental health professionals, veterans, and those who support them about mental health and wellness. If you want to understand more about service member and veteran mental health, then this podcast is for you.
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HOPEOn

Andrea Taylor

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HOPEOn podcast is by Andrea Taylor who is a trauma survivor. She focuses on trauma and what we can learn about the hard expiences we go through. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andrea-taylor4/support
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The Mending Trauma Podcast

Dr. Amy Hoyt & Leina Hoyt, MA

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Join certified trauma professional Dr. Amy Hoyt and licensed therapist Leina Hoyt, MFT at https://www.mendingtrauma.com as they teach you how to recover from trauma and cPTSD. Trauma shows up in our everyday reactions and sensations and recovering requires a multi-prong approach that considers the mind, body and spirit. Dr. Amy and Leina will teach you the most emerging research and skills to empower you to overcome your past traumas. They address nervous system health, somatic therapy, trau ...
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All Things Menopausal

Mary Lee, Menopause Doula & Licensed Menopause Expert Champion

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Confused about menopause? Get clarity from a menopause doula. Join me weekly as I engage in authentic dialogue with reputable experts in women's health and wellness. Explore the science of hormones, the intricacies of physical and cognitive changes in perimenopause, and the spiritual and emotional dimensions of aging. With over 24 years of experience in science communications, I demystify technical jargon, transforming it into empowering takeaways. We unpack brain function, gut health, vagin ...
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Counselors, coaches and sober companions help hundreds of thousands of people affected by Addictions and Mental Health issues each year. Learn about the current research and practical counseling tools to improve your skills and provide the best possible services. Counselor Toolbox targets counselors, coaches and companions, but can also provide useful counseling self-help tools for persons struggling with these issues and their loved ones. AllCEUs is an approved counseling continuing educati ...
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I’m Kelly O’Horo, Attachment based EMDR Therapist, EMDRIA Consultant, and Advanced Trainer. I’m a mom of 5, Nonna of 5, wife, and a healer. I have the honor of spending my workdays walking along side people while they brave their healing journeys. I try to live with the generous assumption that we’re all doing the best we can with what we know. Therapists are teachers for the ”life stuff” and ”emotional vocabulary” that may not have been learned due to gaps in our care givers capabilities. I ...
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I have spent over 20 years in corporate America, and now I dedicate my time helping people navigate through it. Being able to decode what managers and co-workers are doing and saying in the workplace is critical to navigate and advance in corporate America. I also coined the term Post-Traumatic Unemployment Disorder and discuss it in my book, "Post-Traumatic Unemployment Disorder - How I Fought For a Aix-Figure Severance and Won". Let's discuss how I can help you. Visit www.PostTraumaticUnem ...
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Tried everything to get rid of the pain? Join chronic pain survivor Felicia as she discusses how you can use the MindBody connection to truly heal. Each monthly episode contains powerful information that will help you transform your life. Follow the show on Instagram or Facebook. https://www.instagram.com/letstalkmindbodyhealing/ https://www.facebook.com/letstalkmindbodyhealing
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An Evolving Man Podcast looks at men's psychology, healing trauma, boarding school syndrome, spirituality and healing. Every few weeks there will be an interview around men's topics ranging from self-development, relationships, spirituality, archetypes, and men's work featuring authors and leaders in this field.
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Hi I’m Angie, and it took me years to realize my struggles with art were actually a symptom of something else. I had trauma from my past that needed healing. I decided to do whatever it takes to finally break free. Eventually my relationship to myself and others improved – and so did my art. I’m sharing what I’ve learned to help artists like you with healing trauma.
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Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Psychiatry. JAMA Psychiatry is an international peer-reviewed journal for clinicians, scholars, and research scientists in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral science, and allied fields. JAMA Psychiatry strives to publish original, state-of-the-art studies and commentaries of general interest to clinicians, scholars, and research scientists in the field. The journal seeks to inform and to educate its readers as well as to stimulate debate and f ...
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The Wellness Café with Dr. Jon

Dr. Jonathan Rojjanasrirat : Featuring thought leaders like Dr. John Gray,

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Weekly conversation with health experts, mindfulness experts on how to live a wellness lifestyle, what they have learned in the process, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to optimize your health and live the life that you want. The show hopes to create a "ripple effect" and raise awareness on overall health of the specie by supporting each listener in their journey on health and wellness. Key area of exploration: nutrition, emotional management, stress management, physica ...
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Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it don’t exist!

Just because you can’t see it doesn't mean it doesn't exist

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Help fight for those who have mental illnesses and suffering from all that comes with it on a daily basis! I too suffer from high anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar 1, anger manic episodes, PPSD, PTSD, severe anger manic depression, multiple personality disorders, hate compulsive disorder against the world, impulsive decisions and reactions, short term memory loss for the rest of my life! You are not alone and neither am I! I will be the voice that no one hears crying at night!
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Medical Weight Control

Medical Weight Control

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Welcome to Medical Weight Control, where amazing things happen. We can help you reach your goals. Whether you want to lose weight, maintain weight, or just be healthier, we have the tools to help you reach your goals. We strive to make your weight loss and body contouring goals a reality.
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Functional nature of systems on PTSD 00:06:09 - PTSD and adverse childhood experiences 00:12:43 - Sleep problems and anxiety after trauma 00:18:55 - Symptoms of PTSD 00:25:32 - Assimilation and re-experiencing trauma 00:32:03 - Avoidance of recurrence of pain 00:38:41 - Promoting positive experiences 00:45:35 - Causes of paraly…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Types of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 00:01:50 - Choosing the Right Therapy Approach 00:03:43 - The Connection Between Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors 00:05:16 - The Difference Between Skills and Methods in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 00:07:05 - Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and the ABCDE Technique 00:08:55 - Examining B…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Trauma-Informed Care for Neuroatypical Individuals 00:07:28 - Sensory Abnormalities and Emotional Dysregulation 00:14:37 - The Impact of Over-Stimulation and Sensory Gating Abnormalities 00:21:44 - Sensory Gating Difficulties and its Impact 00:28:56 - Challenges in Visual Integration and Backward Masking 00:36:19 - Sensory Proc…
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ADHD coach Jaye Lin is no stranger to ADHD burnout. As an Asian American former gifted kid with undiagnosed ADHD, her parents thought she was just being lazy and not applying herself. This pressure and shame followed until her 20s, when her anxiety peaked while she was working at a high-pressure job. Jaye’s therapist thought she was drug-seeking wh…
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In light of the Bondi Junction attack, there's been a lot of commentary about mental illness - including schizophrenia. So what is schizophrenia? While the exact cause isn't known, it's a serious mental illness that can affect how a person behaves. It might also surprise you to learn that someone with a diagnosis is more likely to be harmed, than t…
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In this solo episode, I delve into the lesser-explored connection between menopause and PTSD, particularly in women with service in uniform backgrounds. Drawing from my own professional journey, I shed light on how hormonal shifts during menopause can intensify PTSD symptoms, presenting a distinct challenge for serving and veteran women. Throughout…
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Join us this week as we explore the ways that your brain experiences physiological change due to PTSD. Amy and Leina discuss the parts of the brain that are most profoundly impacted by PTSD and offer advice on healing that allows the brain to reverse some of those changes. Learn more about the Whole Health Lab Connect with us! Website: https://www.…
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Welcome to Adaptable | Behavior Explained! The Enneagram is a personality system with 9 types that each have their own core drives, fears, and motivations. Your type is determined by your innate traits and shaped by your life experiences. Finding your Enneagram type can help you understand why you make the choices that you do. I'm Kelly O'Horo, Att…
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KSQD 4-10-2024: This episode explores the cutting-edge of medical science and the wonders of the animal kingdom. We'll discuss a remarkable first – the successful transplant of a genetically modified pig kidney into a human. Could this breakthrough pave the way for the future of organ donation? On a different note, did you know cows are being engin…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Introduction to Postpartum Depression and Psychosis 00:07:00 - Ego syntonic symptoms and schizophrenia 00:13:50 - Supporting Parents with Scary Thoughts 00:20:23 - When to Seek Help for Postpartum Depression 00:27:01 - Impact on Prenatal Care and Infancy 00:33:54 - The Effects of Postpartum Depression on Child Development 00:40…
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Is a simpler solution to recurrent UTIs on the way? Plus when should you exercise to get the most benefit? A deep dive into the UK's reviews of gender affirming treatment, and how Australia's system differs. Researchers say there's more PFAS in our water than previously thought, but how much do we know about the health harms? And a new way to deliv…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - 15 strategies to reduce worry, anxiety, stress, and tension 00:02:50 - Cognitive Distortions and Anxiety 00:05:37 - Overgeneralization and Personalization 00:08:20 - Overcoming Worry and Anxiety 00:11:01 - Using Exceptions and Explanations to Manage Worry 00:13:35 - Factors to Consider in Making Judgments 00:16:10 - Simplifying…
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Hey there listeners, I'm sharing with you an important albeit brief discussion on the dreaded weight gain with menopause because this topic is so prevalent among women. It deserves more attention but let me just emphasis the importance of lifestyle choices including exercise, diet, sleep management and stress reduction - more four pillars to menopa…
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What is the power of grief? What if you can't stop crying? Is this normal? How important is grief on the path to healing? Today I talk about tears and the importance of crying as we start to heal on the recovery journey. I share from the work of Pete Walker and Complex PTSD and from Dr Judith Herman and her book, Trauma and Recovery. Is it importan…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Understanding Trauma Beliefs 00:02:03 - The Role of Anger in Trauma Beliefs 00:04:24 - Cognitive Accommodation and Safety 00:06:28 - Exceptions to the Thunderstorm Rule 00:08:32 - Cognitive biases: Confirmation bias 00:10:36 - The Availability Heuristic 00:12:38 - Learning from Slippery Roads 00:14:48 - Rejecting Brokenness 00:…
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In this episode, I engage in the most raw and captivating conversation with Angel Forrest, a celebrated singer-songwriter, as she shares her compelling narrative of navigating menopause. Angel shares the magic of the transformative power of music, holistic symptom managment practices, and self-acceptance in embracing the unique menopausal experienc…
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This week we explore memory, and how memory is captured during an overwhelming event, and how hyper-vigilance as a result of trauma impacts the way we focus and retain information. Learn more about the Whole Health Lab Connect with us! Website: https://www.mendingtrauma.com/ Instagram: @mendingtrauma Facebook: @mendingtrauma Youtube: Mending Trauma…
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Welcome to Adaptable | Behavior Explained! “Hindsight,” “grass is greener,” “love is all you need” and other adages aside, you might be curious what makes a relationship strong and long? What can you do to help ensure your relationship stays strong and happy — even through the rough stuff? Here's 5 Key Concepts to help build a strong foundation for…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Helping Children Cope After a Divorce 00:01:58 - Coping with Anxiety and Triggers 00:03:56 - Maintaining Stability and Structure in Children's Lives 00:05:53 - Understanding and addressing children's behavior changes 00:07:55 - Validating a Child's Emotions during Divorce 00:10:03 - Adjusting to Changes in Relationships and Und…
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In health news this week it's cows with bird flu, vaccines for human flu, and GLP-1s for Parkinson's and possibly bowel cancer prevention. When your private health insurer won't pay, have you read the fine print on your policy lately? A look at health literacy barriers, when it's not the apple a day keeping some people away from the doctors' office…
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KSQD 4-04-2024: This episode delves into a range of health topics, beginning with a unique case where a bone marrow transplant offered new hope for treating schizophrenia. We discuss the complexities of diseases such as sickle cell anemia and their unexpected interactions with other conditions. Our conversation extends to the gut microbiome, highli…
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Is it common for people who have been to boarding school to have suicidal ideation? And how many people have actually attempted suicide or taken their own life while at boarding school? Today I share stories from Richard Branson's autobiography Losing My Virginity, Sir Ranulph Fiennes' Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know and Roald Dahl' biography. I als…
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Join me in this episode as I speak with Lily Morgan, somatic psychotherapist and mind-body expert at Bloom Embodied. We speak about Lily's recovery from over 9 years of symptoms and pain - and the bravery and courage that doing 'the work' takes. We also speak about journalling, emotions and why they are a signal for action, how to recover from the …
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Parental Neglect and its Impact on Self-Esteem 00:01:24 - Eroding a Child's Self-Esteem 00:02:57 - The Importance of Constructive Feedback 00:04:35 - The Importance of Providing Alternatives during Discipline 00:06:02 - Teaching Children Boundaries 00:07:31 - Thwarting a Child's Self-Esteem 00:08:51 - The Damaging Effects of Co…
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In 2016, Paulette Perhach wrote a piece proclaiming that all women need an emergency fund — what she calls an “f-off fund.” But when she struggled to secure an emergency fund for herself, she suspected she might have ADHD. Paulette, a successful author and writing coach, put off the evaluation because she couldn’t afford the $260 price tag. In this…
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In this profoundly intimate episode, I delve into a heartfelt monologue sharing my thoughts and experiences surrounding menopause, grief, and the path to healing. I underscore the significance of community, self-care, and confronting one's authentic self during this transformative phase. Exploring the physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges t…
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In this episode we discuss the impact that early childhood trauma (ECT) and even single event trauma has on your digestion. We examine the changes in the gut microbiome that occurs with early childhood trauma, and the gut brain access. We also discuss ways to become more aware, and small steps to take to improve your gut health. Learn more about th…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Radical Acceptance and Purposeful Action for Habit Change 00:05:25 - Financial Resources for Those in Need 00:10:40 - Accepting Mother Nature's Control 00:16:04 - Managing Anger and Fear 00:21:48 - Focusing on My Activities 00:27:30 - Encouraging Mindful Decision-Making and Time Management 00:32:57 - The Power of Win-Win Soluti…
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Welcome to Adaptable | Behavior Explained! Healing from such a profound change often takes a long time, and trauma recovery isn’t always pretty, or linear. Your journey may involve obstacles, detours, and delays, along with setbacks and lost ground. You may have no idea where you’re going or how to get there — but that’s OK. Just as trauma can take…
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How changes to codeine access impacted the use of PBS-listed opiods. Pinpointing particular strains of bacteria that could lead to bowel cancer. The Australian research that helped change our definition of anaemia. And why aren't there already strict guidelines on indoor air quality?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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KSQD 3-27-2024: Colloidal silver for sinusitis was recommended, but does it work for molds? Advice to improve sleep besides taking drug sleeping aids; Sleep and mood can affect the effectiveness of vaccinations; SIBO and erythromycin are discussed; The US Supreme Court hears the case about the mifepristone abortion pill; Urinary tract infections (U…
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PLEASE NOTE: We talk about sexual abuse in this episode which some viewers may find triggering. Today's episode is with author Charles Spencer. As I was preparing for the interview a line in his book really jumped out: "many of us left Maidwell with demons sewn into the seams of our souls." What a heart-breaking and powerful turn of phrase. One tha…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - An Anxiety Case Study 00:07:14 - Diet and Anxiety 00:14:28 - The Effects of Hypoglycemia and Cortisol Secretion 00:21:49 - Sleep Problems and Chronic Pain 00:29:00 - Understanding Physical and Emotional Symptoms 00:36:02 - Weight of the World on Your Shoulders 00:43:03 - Cognitive distortions and interventions 00:49:55 - Identi…
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Today I wanted to offer a review of Charles Spencer's new book, A Very Private School. I spoke to Charles on Monday on my podcast which will be going live here on Friday: https://youtu.be/NJBGrRdgKm8 It was a really great conversation where Charles was very open about his boarding school experiences talking about sexual abuse, bullying, corporal pu…
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Chapters: 00:00:00 - Developing meaning and purpose with acceptance and commitment therapy skills 00:06:22 - Creating a Rich and Meaningful Life 00:12:46 - Being Present in the Moment 00:19:11 - Acceptance of the present moment 00:25:52 - Experiential avoidance and its consequences in mental health 00:32:25 - Overcoming Negative Self-Judgment 00:39…
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