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Inspired by Soraya Montenegro (and all the other amazing Latina actresses I adored growing up) and motivated by my time at the public defender’s office I give you my true crime podcast! I am very excited to be telling the stories of those that must be told and remembered. My podcast mainly features stories from Arizona but I will have additional spooky folklore and ghost tales from the the entire southwest. Produced by The Forbidden Arts Phx.
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IFS Talks

Aníbal Henriques, Tisha Shull & Alexia Rothman

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IFS Talks is an audio series to deepen connections with the Internal Family Systems Model through conversations with lead trainers, authors, practitioners and users. In these audio interviews, we will have the opportunity to draw out aspects of IFS Lead Trainers and skilled presenters to create a user-friendly format for listeners to get to know each trainer or practitioner, their background, in and before IFS. With candid, self-led dialogue, trainers and practitioners can share their specif ...
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The Tom and Bob Show joins Tom DeWitt, Ph.D. the Director of CXM@MSU and Bob Kiple, MBA, a retired General Motors Global Customer Experience Strategist for interviews and discussions about topics in the world of customer experience management. Tom and Bob also serve as leaders of CX of M, Michigan's Association of Customer Experience Professionals.
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Travel That Matters (named one of the 10 Best Podcasts of 2022 by Men’s Journal) explores the world’s most extraordinary travel experiences and destinations with award-winning editor, writer, and luxury travel expert Bruce Wallin. Bruce’s remarkable guests share inspiring, life-shaping stories about their adventures and cultural explorations, as well as travel tips and recommendations for the best destinations, hotels, restaurants, activities, and more. Their travel tales and insights cover ...
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In this episode, Gabby engages in a lively conversation with John Kinghorn, renowned as one of South Africa's most exceptional youth birders. Discover John's profound passion for birds and birding, which has driven his ambition to forge a career in this field. Tune in as they delve into John's favorite birding spots, exploring the experiences close…
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The 2023 Master Chef series was such a success that we decided to keep it going for another season! Prepare your palate for adventure, because Travel That Matters is about to take off (again) with the top tastemakers on a culinary journey around the globe, including Nancy Silverton, Wolfgang Puck, Charlie Palmer, Danny Meyer, Jonathan Waxman, and m…
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In today's episode, Josh speaks to Freddie Emms - who is all the way in England! Freddie is a member of the RSPB youth council and he played a role in David Attenborough's hit tv series "Wild Isles". Freddie is passionate about spreading awareness about the downfall of the wildlife in the UK. This is truly an episode not to be missed! Visit our onl…
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In this episode, I chat with returning guest Marc Cronje. Marc is a well-traveled birder who guides for Nature Travel Birding. As with all of his episodes, once again, he shares some fantastic content. This week, the episode might not focus on birds as much as we usually do, but for anyone looking to travel to Africa, this episode is for you. Marc …
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This week, I chatted with Sandiswa Kula, a birder, photographer, and captivating storyteller. You might recognize her from the engaging posts she shares on Facebook. In this episode, we delve deeper into the person behind those posts. We explore her upbringing, her journey with nature and birding, and learn about her involvement in the Mabula Groun…
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Getting people to think differently when deciding where to travel next is a specialty of the travel journalist Andrew Nelson, a writer for two decades with National Geographic Travel and a two-time Lowell Thomas prize winner. Andrew joins Bruce on the podcast to discuss places in his new National Geographic book, Here Not There, revealing 100 alter…
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In this week's episode, we chat with Bart Fokkens, the hide manager at the Mzimkulu Vulture Hide. The Mzimkulu Vulture Hide, situated 8 kilometers outside of Underberg in the Southern Drakensberg, opened to the public on the 19th of February. The hide forms part of Wildlife ACT’s Southern Drakensberg Conservation Project and was built to support en…
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This week, we delve into all things Kruger! Join me as I chat with Duncan McKenzie about the all-new Second Edition of the ‘Roberts Bird Guide – Greater Kruger National Park’ field guide. But we're not just focusing on the guide itself; Duncan shares his firsthand experiences in the park and offers valuable tips on maximizing your birding adventure…
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Today, we revisit Joanne Twombley’s amazing episode from 2022 on Trauma- and Dissociation-Informed IFS. Joanne H. Twombly, MSW, LICSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in Arlington, MA. She has over thirty years of experience working with C-PTSD and dissociative disorders, provides trainings and consultation. She has written on EMDR and Diss…
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Embark on an adventure through South Africa with Liam Tomlin (Cape Town chef), Deborah Calmeyer (ROAR Africa founder), and Tiago Sarmento (managing director of Belmond in Southern Africa), whose stories and insider tips on crafting the ultimate travel experience will have you hooked on this something-for-everybody destination. On his recent trip to…
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This episode marks the continuation of my conversation with Richard Flack, and if you haven't tuned in to part one, I highly recommend doing so. It lays the groundwork for much of what we delve into in this installment. In this concluding part of our conversation, we delve into camera settings, and custom setups, and uncover details about Richard's…
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Welcome to this week's episode, the first installment of a two-part series featuring South Africa's leading bird photographer, Richard Flack. These episodes go beyond the realm of photographic advice, providing us with a unique glimpse into the life of the man behind the lens. In this initial episode, we delve into the motivations that drive Richar…
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This week, we're recommending a Pushkin podcast, A Slight Change of Plans, where Maya Shankar blends compassionate storytelling with the science of human behavior to help us understand who we are and who we become in the face of a big change. In this episode, Dr. Richard "Harry" Harris is an anesthesiologist and expert cave diver who was tasked wit…
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There are two types of birders – those who have seen the African Pitta and those who want to see it! For those who haven’t yet witnessed the 'holy grail of African birding,' prepare for some jealousy during this episode. I will be chatting with people who have been lucky enough to encounter this iconic species. One of my guests is Mackenzie Zirota,…
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In this, our first episode of 2024, I chatted with the team from the locally developed Bindo Birding App. This app allows you to both record and share your sightings with other birders. We find out all about the story behind the app and why the Bindo team feels that the app will add value to your birding journey. Visit our online store to get your …
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Divia Thani is an incredible and inspiring source of information on how best to explore the many different regions of India, from the Himalayas in the north to Chettinad in the south. In this episode of Travel That Matters, Bruce speaks with Divia, the Global Editorial Director of Condé Nast Traveler, about her home country of India, inclusive of t…
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Our love of travel and food converge in spectacular fashion in this exploration of Mexico and its many regional cuisines with chef and TV host Pati Jinich. As the host of the 3x James Beard Award-winning PBS television series “Pati’s Mexican Table,” resident chef at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C., and a cookbook author, Pati is …
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In this episode, we discuss understanding OCD through an IFS lens. We explore particular challenges in treating OCD that arise from the interplay of the neurological and psychological factors that underly the condition. We also discuss how IFS integrates effective elements of other empirically validated treatments for OCD, and why IFS enhances the …
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This week, we're recommending a podcast for Scotland-lovers by award-winning travel blogger Kathi Kamleitner. This clip is of her conversation with Mark Williams, a forager and foraging tutor with over 30 years of experience. Originally from the Isle of Arran, Mark lives in Galloway these days and runs foraging classes and workshops all over Scotla…
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Dr. Tara Stoinski, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund President, CEO and Chief Scientific Officer, joins Bruce to discuss the fascinating scientific and conservation work the organization does in the mountains of Rwanda, as well as the fund’s brand-new Ellen DeGeneres Campus—a facility that will not only change how we study and protect mountain gorillas but …
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John Robert Sutton didn't always know he wanted to travel through 124 countries and be the best exotic food trader, but we're glad he did! This episode is packed with the most interesting stories, like where vanilla is really from and how it grows in its natural state, what the most potent and natural antioxidant on the face of the earth is, what v…
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“From a hidden region of Colombia to a high-profile hotel debut in London, this episode is for adventurers, foodies, escapists, and big-city lovers—basically anyone who cherishes travel and is interested in exploring new places,” Bruce says. Throughout the episode, you will hear the insights and advice of luxury travel leaders whom Bruce Wallin, Tr…
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So, after the excitement of last week’s Rugby World Cup Episode – this week we chat about a group of birds that in South Africa are not quite as colourful as the green and gold birds we spoke about last week. But still, this is a group of birds that many birders love and often produces some amazing twitches in our region – you might have guessed it…
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In this episode, we explore the nature and healing of exiles. We discuss finding and connecting with exiles, approaches to dealing with protectors’ fears of overwhelm, the healing and integration process, and more. Einat is a psychotherapist with over 30 years of clinical experience with individuals, couples, families, and groups. She has lived and…
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There is one thing that is on the lips of almost every single South African right now – the Rugby World Cup Final 2023! We go up against one of our old rivals New Zealand, or as their rugby team is more commonly known – the All Blacks. So we decided to have our own little World Cup final on The Birding Life Podcast. We got a South African birder to…
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In this week’s episode I chat to Sage Naidoo, a master’s student in the School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences with the University of the Witwatersrand. He tells us all about Avian Cultural Ecosystems Project or the ACES Project, which seeks to explore the cultural values of birds in South Africa. We hear all about what the project invo…
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"I came to Thailand when I was just a teenager and chose never to leave," said guest Bill Heinecke, collector car enthusiast, experiential traveler, and billionaire founder and chairman of Minor International PCL, which owns and operates hotel brands including Anantara and Tivoli. Host and award-winning travel writer and editor Bruce Wallin guides …
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In this episode, host Bruce Wallin explores the transformative power of travel with guest Esme Benjamin, a wellness and travel journalist and host of the podcast The Trip That Changed Me. They start by talking about wellness programs in Italy (The Ranch) and Cuba (Mhai Yoga). We learn why Fiuggi water has been celebrated for its healing powers and …
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A bird app that will help you not only connect with birds but also other birders, a challenge that celebrates Heritage Month in South Africa, and an opportunity to conserve an iconic Southern African species – all this and more in this week’s episode of The Birding Life Podcast. Visit our online store to get your birding-related merchandise at grea…
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Chef Richard Sandoval was and still is an instrumental force in the proliferation and elevation of Latin American cuisine across the globe. Born and raised in Mexico City—and once an aspiring professional tennis player—his journey into the world of culinary delights began early, setting the stage for a lifetime of epicurean exploration. In this wee…
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Chris Jackson of Stonestreet Estate Vineyards and Jackson Family Wines (Kendall-Jackson) joined Bruce to talk about all things wine, including why Healdsburg, California, is the best wine town to visit in America, the truth about how the family business got started (and how it was pretty much a “catastrophe”), and other wine destinations he loves a…
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Today we are welcoming IFS Lead Trainer, Paul Neustadt. Paul is a clinical social worker who has worked in community mental health and the counseling program of a working class state university, and he has been the director of a community based counseling and prevention program. He is an IFS senior co-lead trainer who also provides IFS consultation…
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In this, the last episode of season 7, I have a chat with Wade Lee, a birder who calls Manyoni Private Game Reserve his home. He tells us more about the reserve and how it was growing up in such a stunning piece of Africa. We also have a chat about reserves and the importance of avi-tourism, the controversial Tzaneen Waterhen, as well as finding ou…
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Anne-Cecile Degenne is the executive corporate chef for Accor’s Sofitel, Sofitel Legend, MGallery, and Emblems hotel brands, overseeing more than 100 boutique restaurant concepts around the globe. Her work and personal travels—which include trekking through Mongolia for two months—have given her a unique perspective on global cuisine, which she sha…
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This week I chat with much-loved bird author Faansie Peacock about his new book, Faansie’s Bird Book 2. We find out all about this book and why it should be on everyone’s shelf, birding with kids, Faansie playing in a rock band, his least favourite bird, and we also get an update on the Firefinch app. If you have listened to the previous episodes w…
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