Thoughtful Thursday
MyNDTALK - Take Good Care - Cynthia Orange

Cynthia Orange's newest gem is a rare combination of inspiration and information that invites us to examine our behavior and feelings with an open heart, free from judgment, as we care for others and ourselves. Cynthia Orange offers valuable care suggestions from how to navigate difficult conversations to what contact numbers to post on the refrigerator. This conversation will enlighten any caregiver's experience, as Cynthia deftly carries the listener through the caregiving process of self and others.
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MyNDTALK - Beyond the Good-Girl Jail - Sandra Felt

Contrary to some theories, it is good to focus internally; it is actually healthy to the point of being crucial to developing a loving, spiritual self. Sandra Felt describes the process of that growth and how each step feels. ... Illustrations of the "Self Principles" in various common situations is part of Felt's approached in teaching us that when you listen from a deeper place, you hear a deeper truth.
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MyNDTALK - Why It Hurts - Dr. Aneesh Singla

This conversation is for anyone who wants to better understand the nature of pain, the use and benefits of pain. Those who are suffering from chronic pain will learn to understand their bodies better. Dr. Singla takes on a deep and fascinating dive into WHY we all have pain, how it can be useful - and some of the thought processes useful in considering pain.
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MyNDTALK - Autism Spectrum Disorder - Cecilia Knight

The Institute for Behavioral Training (IBT) is a one-stop training hub for people who interact with, teach, care for, and treat individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). IBT was developed by a professional team ... with 20+ years of experience in the field .... innovative course offerings meet the current and emerging needs of the community, parents, caregivers, and human service professionals across the globe.
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MyNDTALK - The Left Brain Speaks - The Right Brain Laughs - Dr. Ransom Stephens

Dr. Ransom Stephens joins MyNDTALK to discuss how the human brain works. No longer does the working of the brain have to be a mystery. Using fun and understandable metaphors , Stephens offers listeners of any scientific level an introduction to neuroscience and discusses creativity, skill, and perception of self can grow and change by utilizing the body's most important muscle. If you want to understand what's going on inside your head and how to make yourself the best human you can be.
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MyNDTALK - Ending Addiction - Dr. Constance Scharf

There is hardly a family in the post-industrial world that hasn't been affected in some way by addiction. Yet seeking treatment for a struggling loved one is, for most people, a frightening and overwhelming prospect. Dr. Constance, co author with Richard Taite of Ending Addiction for Good offers a powerful message of hope." Drawing on her own history of addiction recovery, Scharff discusses a highly successful treatment protocol. This holistic, evidence based approach is one that can have a positive impact on everyone!
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MyNDTALK - The Lies We Tell Ourselves - Jon Frederickson

Do you feel stuck in your life? Do you wonder why? Does something seem wrong, but you can't put your finger on it? Psychotherapist Jon Frederickson reveals the ways we fool ourselves and how to get unstuck. Frederickson discusses how to recognize the lies we tell ourselves and face the truths we have avoided ... Frederickson says "although we may use falsehoods to escape pain, clinging to our fantasies actually becomes the source of greater suffering."
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MyNDTALK - The Power of Two - Dr. Susan Heitler

Psychologist Susan Heitler discusses the basics of collaborative dialogue and shows how these techniques can be applied to even the most sensitive issues in ways that respond to both partners' needs and help to strengthen their relationship. She also discusses the communication and conflict-resolution skills that happy couples use
to deal with differences. Listen to this conversation and learn strategies for making decisions together, resolving conflicts, recovering after upsets, and converting difficulties into opportunities for growth.
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MyNDTALK - Selective Mutism - Dr. Veronica Raggi

Selective mutism (SM), is best understood as a childhood anxiety disorder characterized by a child or adolescent's inability to speak in one or more social settings (e.g., at school, in public places, with adults) despite being able to speak comfortably in other settings(e.g., at home with family). Today, MyNDTALK is joined by Dr. Veronica Raggi of Alvord, Baker & Associates (Rockville, MD) to discuss what selective mutism is and is not.
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MyNDTALK - Conquer Your Stress with Mind, Body Techniques - Dr. Kathy Gruver

According to Kathy Gruver, PhD, health and wellness expert and award-winning author of The Alternative Medicine Cabinet, stress will always be a part of life. But we can control how we react to stress. Dr. Gruver explains the stress response, its history, and how it affects us today. She gives practical tips for decreasing the body's reaction to stress and how using simple mind/body techniques can increase health by lessening tension.
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