Mental Health

For Women - Setting and Living Healthy Boundaries - Glen Alex LCSW

For Women – Setting and Living Healthy Boundaries – Glen Alex LCSW

Glen Alex, LCSW is an Award-Winning Author of the book “Living in Total Health,” as well as being a Coach, Speaker and Teacher.  In this video series, she focuses on setting and living healthy boundaries, especially for women. From our interview Glen advises, “It is incredibly unrealistic to believe that you can figure everything out […]

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How the Gut Microbiome Effects Mental Health - Miryam Bloemendaal PhD

How the Gut Microbiome effects Mental Health

The gut-brain connection is now well-established. It’s a two-way information super-highway between your gut and your brain which is how these two organs communicate about their state and what to do next. The gut microbiome is also now understood. It’s the colony of bacteria, viruses, and micro-nutrients that inhabit your intestines and determine the state

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Important Health Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet Jordi Salas MD

Important Health Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet – Jordi Salas Salvado MD

Clinical trials of The Mediterranean Diet show Important Health Benefits Clinical trials of the Mediterranean Diet show important health benefits – both physically and mentally. The Mediterranean Diet emphasizes vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, fish, some chicken, and olive oil – all foods readily available in the Mediterranean region. Dr. Jordi Salas Salvado, MD has

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Adaptive and Maladaptive Impulsivity Jaanus Harro New Brain Nutrition

Adaptive vs Maladaptive Impulsivity – Jaanus Harro MD PhD – New Brain Nutrition

The New Brain Nutrition project, a consortium of 18 European University Hospitals, has conducted clinical research on how lifestyle and nutrition effect mental health. Jaanus Harro, MD PhD, Professor of Psychophysiology at the University of Tartu, discusses the longitudinal research (following participants from 15 years of age until 35 years) he had conducted on what

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Why Lifestyle Intervention is Key for Mental Health - Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga MD

Why Lifestyle Intervention is Key to Mental Health

When we think of mental health and associated services, we usually think of various kinds of mental health therapy. We are learning however that our brain function is really a part of our body, and that many things good for the body are also good for the brain. Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga, MD is the Head

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Satisfying Intimacy and Sex for the Long Haul - Jenni Skyler PhD

Satisfying Intimacy and Sex for the Long Haul – Jenni Skyler, PhD LMFT CST

Certified sex therapist, Dr. Jenni Skyler, discusses the lesser known ingredients that are essential for bolstering your sex life in a long-term relationship. As a relationship expert, she offers how our sexual well-being can be fed in many ways: emotionally, intellectually, tactically, and/or spiritually. Listeners will walk away with a deeper understanding of the intricacies

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Thriving in the Hybrid Workplace with 24-6 - Tiffany Shlain

Thriving in the Hybrid Workplace with 24/6 – Tiffany Shlain

Tiffany Shlain, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, Marshall McLuhan Book Award Winner,  Founder of the Webby Awards, and Albert Einstein Foundation Genius, joins us for a delightful and informative conversation about the future of work in a hybrid world – working in combination at home and in-office, and how to balance what can be an endless, always-on, always-receiving

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The Poetry and Blessings of Chronic Illness- Abby Caplin, MD

The Blessings and Poetry of Chronic Illness – Abby Caplin, MD

Abby Caplin, MD counsels California Clients with Chronic Illness Every once in awhile, we invite a health expert on the show who is also engaged in the arts.  While medical science is the language of facts, research, data,  diagnosis and treatment, the arts is the language of the heart.  And when we combine the language

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How Organization Health Effects your Personal Health Marya Wilson PhD

How Organizational Health Effects Your Personal Health – Marya Wilson, PhD

We go to work every day, and spend one third of our lives making a living, interacting with others, and conforming to organizational norms.  We want to feel valued and honored in our place of work, so that we know the work we are doing is productive and appreciated. Yet how many places of work

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