Posts Tagged ‘mindfulness’

Twelve Year Stage 3 Breast Cancer Survivor, Susan Gonzalez.

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

Susan Gonzalez is a nurse, Certified Professional Cancer Coach, certified in plant-based nutrition, and a 12 year stage III lobular breast cancer survivor. She is an advocate for health and wellness with a focus on cancer prevention and the use of holistic healing for cancer survival.  Her popular book, “100 Perks of Having Cancer plus 100 Health Tips for Surviving It”, and her award winning blog, “The Savvy Sister: simple changes for healthy living”, provides valuable tools for those wishing to live a happy and healthy life after cancer.

As a warrior for cancer survivors, she hosts her own website, CancerSurvivorsForLife.com, where survivors can find information on healing the body, mind and spirit to reduce their risk of cancer recurrence.  Susan is also the creator of MOON Organics: a natural skin care company created for those who want to avoid cancer-causing chemicals. You can see all her products at MOON-Organics.com.

Susan lives in Atlanta with her husband and two daughters. I previously interviewed my colleague, Susan,  5 years ago.

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Dr Brant Cortright Talks about Neurogenesis.

Sunday, September 13th, 2015

brantBrant Cortright, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who works from a psycho-spiritual perspective. He has practiced depth psychotherapy for 30 years in numerous contexts, from hospitals and mental health centers, to workshops and private practice. For the past two decades he has been in private practice in San Francisco working primarily with individuals and couples.

A teacher of transpersonal psychology, Brant conducts workshops and lectures in Europe, India, and the United States. His book Psychotherapy and Spirit: Theory and Practice in Transpersonal Psychotherapy (SUNY Press) is widely used in the field. He has also authored numerous articles. For the past 20 years he has worked in the field of Integral Psychology, a synthesis of the two major streams of depth psychology – the humanistic-existential and contemporary psychoanalytic – within an integrating east-west framework.

Trained in contemporary psychoanalysis, gestalt therapy, and existential psychotherapy, Brant integrates Western psychology with Sri Aurobindo’s integral yoga and philosophy. A long-time practitioner of meditation and hatha yoga, he also draws from Buddhism, Krishnamurti, and mystical Christianity.

Brant is a Professor of Psychology and Director of the Integral Counseling Psychology program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. He is the past Director of the Spiritual Emergence Network. His forthcoming book, Integral Psychotherapy: The Meeting of East and West will be published by SUNY Press in spring, 2007. More information is available  at http://www.BrantCortright.com and  at http://www.NeurogenesisDiet.com.

 

Interviews with Dr Shani Fox (cancer recurrence fear) and Brett Larkin (meditation) Now AVailable.

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

Cancer Recurrence

Shani Fox, Cancer Recurrence

My guests yesterday were Dr Shani Fox, N.D, and Brett Larkin. Dr Fox is a naturopathic physician who works with cancer survivors and is the author of The Cancer Survivor’s Fear First Aid Kit: 5 Simple Steps ro Release Your Fears  of Cancer Recurrence.  More information is available at: http://www.WellAfterCancer.com    and http://www.CancerFearFirstAid.com

 

Yoga and Meditation

Brett Larkin yoga and meditation teacher

 

My second guest is Brett Larkin who has over 15 years of ballet and modern dance training and is certified as a yoga and meditation teacher. More information is  presented at http://www.BrettLarkin.com

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Interviews with Dr Beth Gineris (mindfulness in relationships), Pamela Harper ( visualization in practice), and Kevin Suttler (smooth 8) now Available for Listening.

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

Beth_GinerisPamela HarperKeven Suttle CMO Smooth 8Interviews on the Holistic Health how yesterday were with Dr Beth Gineris, Pamela Harper, R.N., and Kevin Suttle.

 

Dr Gineris is author of two books and has degrees in psychotherapy, chinese medicine and others.  She has a private practice and more information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at: http://www.bethgineris.com

Pamela Harper, R.N. combines body, mind and spirit in practice using visualization and other techniques with patients. More information was presented earlier and can also be found at: http://www.PamelaHarper.com

Kevin Suttle is co-owner of smooth 8. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at: http://www.smooth8.com

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Guests for Saturday include Dr Beth Gineris (Mindfulness in Relationships), Pamela Harper, R.N. (Visuaization in Practice)and Kevin Suttle (Smooth 8 for Body Alkalinity)

Sunday, November 17th, 2013

Beth_GinerisPamela HarperKeven Suttle CMO Smooth 8My guests for Saturday are Dr Beth Gineris (left), Pamela Harper, R.N., (center) and Kevin Suttle (right)

Dr. Beth Gineris holds three graduate degrees, in business, counseling, and Oriental medicine. She has spent twenty years as a psychotherapist, over fourteen years as a strategic management consultant, and eight years as an acupuncturist. Her vast and impressive education includes acupuncture, Oriental medicine, Jungian theory, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Gestalt theory, Jeffrey Yuen, 5 element theory, energy re-balancing, and life coaching. She specializes in east-west mind/body/spirit integrated training to offer solutions-oriented life coaching, parenting skills, relationship development, and mindfulness techniques. This allows her to bring a unique blend of complementary methodologies and techniques into her practices with clients, and her writings. She is devoted to providing supportive, solution-focused teachings that allow people to live a more harmonious and happy life. She is the author of Turning NO to ON: The Art of Parenting with Mindfulness, and Turning Me to We: The Art of Partnering with Mindfulness.

Pamela Harper, R.N.,  is best known for her ability to combine BODY, MIND & SPIRIT to facilitate healing by treating the whole being no matter what else is happening. Renowned speaker on the subjects of “Health, Wealth and Life Purpose”.  She is a number one best- selling author, media personality, psychiatric registered nurse, success coach, counselor and hypnotherapist.  Many of her admirers attribute their personal accomplishments to her ability to get the source of the problem and offer immediate solutions.“Right Here, Right Now” using a combination of ancient wisdom,

Pamela has a private practice in Irvine, CA and treats individuals who are looking to create more immediate results.

Keven Suttle has always been very interested in maintaining good health, and strongly believes in the old saying “preventative care is the best care”. He wanted to develop a product that was easy to use and would help people cleanse their bodies of excess acidity, harmful toxins, help them manage their weight and hopefully inspire them to start living healthier lives. He partnered with a chemist from MIT, and after much trial and error, they developed the Smooth 8 product, which is clinically proven to kill harmful bacteria, yeast and other pathogens. Their water also has a pH balance of 9.9 which neutralizes acidity at its source and helps relieve the symptoms of acid reflux, heartburn and other ailments caused by acid buildup according to Suttle. . 

 Most people have no idea how acidic and harmful the water and other beverages they consume are. Tap water is full of chemicals like chlorine and ammonia as well as bacteria and other pathogens. Acidic diets have been link to obesity, cancer, and diabetes. He says with Smooth 8 we now have a means to address many of the aliments that are caused stress, modern living and poor diets. All without chemicals, additives or preservatives.

Dr Karen Sherman, Psychologist, and Damian Vaughn, former NFL player, discuss Mental and Psychological Activities for Health.

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

Guests on the Holistic Health Show yesterday were Dr Karen Sherman and Damian Vaughn.

Karen is a New York licensed psychologist who has been in private practice for over 20 years and has authored or co-authored several books and appeared in media. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at:  http://www.yourempoweredrelationship.com

Damian Vaughn is a former NFL player, meditation expert, performance coach to professional athletes, founder of the Vaughn Center and PhD student in positive developmental psychology. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at: http://www.vaughncenter.com

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