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June 27, 2021 @ 3:09 pm

The Healthy Habits of Athletes and Physicians with Dr. AJ Cianflocco, MD

Dr. A.J. Cianflocco, MD is the retired team physician for the Cleveland Cavaliers and former director of sports medicine at the Cleveland Clinic.  He is a gentle physician whose life focused on history.  His healing story represents the importance of presence, rest and communication. Dr. AJ discusses the importance of listening as a central element to building trust as a leader, a physician and a professional athlete.  

 

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May 31, 2021 @ 3:39 pm

Healing Stories celebrates almost 5,000 downloads

What did we learned from a human sharing his or her healing story?  Today we celebrate close to 5,000 downloads of the healing stories podcast.  We explore the essential thread of these stories over all these years. Appropriately we launch on Memorial Day that honors so many women and men whose courage heals the world.  

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April 30, 2021 @ 5:17 am

Celebrating the senses with best selling author Jodi Cohen

Jodi Cohen is a bestselling author, award-wining journalist, nutritional therapist and mother.  Her #1 best selling book, Healing with Essential Oils, engages the elements of the body and the brain.  She shares her healing story through the beauty of the senses.  

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March 28, 2021 @ 8:36 pm

Speak your Truth with Keira Poulsen

Keira Poulsen's new book Rise up and Awaken explores the gift of telling the truth of our stories.  In this healing stories podcast, Keira speaks about the trauma of sexual abuse and the pain that this transforms into power.  Keira invites the listener to be themselves. 

 

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February 28, 2021 @ 9:52 pm

Four months of being a hostage and finding the good from it with Dr. Paul Dieppe MD

Dr. Paul Dieppe teaches us through his four months as a hostage in Kuwait.  He moves forward in the healing journey by "reframing" this trauma.  As a rheumatologist and professor at Exeter University his research on health and wellbeing is studied throughout the world. 

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January 31, 2021 @ 10:58 am

How we are interconnected with Dr. Binu Mathew, MD

Dr. Binu Mathew shares experiential data on a balanced life.

His mantra of "we are interconnected" revitalizes the soul.

He speaks about growing up in India with the influence of the Ayurvedic tradition and the importance of fasting while color and beauty matter on any plate or data chart. Dr. Mathew reveals some of his methods for living in this "inevitable moment." The teachings of Sadhguru that illuminate a process of inner engineering becomes the focal point of this healing story podcast.

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December 29, 2020 @ 10:32 pm

Reconciliation as a method of Education and Healing with Dr. Ed Peck

Ed Peck, PhD. offers a way to engage the pandemic with a method of reconciliation, wholeness and imagination.  He draws on the work of higher education to place those on the margins in the center to listen to their experience and story.  Essentially this means we live from a place of awareness as reconcilers.  Dr. Peck submits a listening approach to engage the reality of our lives which pines for an integrated story.  We reverence the life of our mentor Fr. Howard Gray, SJ who always saw people as loved.  This episode shows a way to bridge higher education with a health system.

 

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November 29, 2020 @ 10:14 pm

Life Happens with Dr. Michelle Goetz

Dr. Michelle Goetz's healing story invokes a well worn mantra - "life happens." We hear how her experience as a physician encountering life and death offers us a way to cope with daily ups and downs. Her tips and calm wise words are food for the journey. As a mom, a spouse and a doctor she invites us to find creative ways to stay resilient at work and home

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October 31, 2020 @ 9:04 am

Feeling a Safe Space to Heal with Christine Forner

Christine Forner, BA, BSW, MSW, is the author of Dissociation, Mindfulness and Creative Meditations: Trauma Informed Practices to Facilitate Growth. She discusses how our humanity diminishes with injury.  "When a human hurts us there is pain. This pain gets encapsulated with a dissociate barrier."  How do we heal this hurt? After 13,000 clients Kristin offers a beautiful insight in her healing story of a care center as a safe overhaul for being a human. A final meditation together helps us slow down.

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September 29, 2020 @ 7:59 pm

“Search for Meaning” from a former Navy Police Officer Wayne Wilson

As a former police officer in the US Navy, Wayne understands the importance of building methods of safety.  His traumas in childhood taught the importance of boundaries and a sense of letting go.  Wayne describes the methods to heal from family mental illness and helpful tips from training with the Navy Seals.  A father of faith and life long learner, we hear tips on the listening practice in matters of race. 

 

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