Holistic Healing: Reclaiming The Power Over Our Health With Life And Health Coach Joy Dettling
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Holistic Healing: Reclaiming The Power Over Our Health With Life And Health Coach Joy Dettling

  Our body sends us signals about our health and wellbeing far more than what we take notice of. The physical symptoms reveal other deeper issues that, when left unattended, may slowly creep their way up and become something much serious. Joy Dettling learned this the hard way. After all the stress—physically, emotionally, and mentally—and a laundry...

Alternative To Medications: Overcoming Medication Withdrawal With Lyle Murphy
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Alternative To Medications: Overcoming Medication Withdrawal With Lyle Murphy

  While medications help people with their mental health conditions and addiction, it is, however, not ideal in the long run. Many have found themselves suffering from withdrawal symptoms, stuck inside yet another loop. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes Psy.D. sits down with Lyle Murphy to ask him about what he has found to help others...

Trowbridge Road: Finding Healing From Childhood Trauma With Marcella Pixley
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Trowbridge Road: Finding Healing From Childhood Trauma With Marcella Pixley

  The Trowbridge Road is a 2020 National Book Awards Longlist Selection novel written by Marcella Pixley for young people. It revolves around childhood trauma, death, and redemption through friendship. Do you want to know the inspiration behind Marcella’s much-awarded novel? Are you coping with childhood trauma, and you’re seeking healing and redemption? Then this episode is...

The Magic Of A Sober Life And The Struggles Of Overcoming Addictions With Laura McKowen
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The Magic Of A Sober Life And The Struggles Of Overcoming Addictions With Laura McKowen

  Are you struggling with overcoming addictions in your life? Whether you are addicted to alcohol, social media, sex, etc., Laura McKowen understands what you’re going through. Laura is the author of We Are The Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life, wherein she reveals her heart-wrenching struggles with overcoming her addiction to alcohol. The...

How Your Body Helps With Trauma Resolution With Dr. Pat Ogden
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How Your Body Helps With Trauma Resolution With Dr. Pat Ogden

  Your body plays a major role in trauma resolution. Since we experience everything through our bodies, they have a significant correlation to our psychological health. Joining Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. today is Dr. Pat Ogden, the Founder of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI). Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a body-centered treatment of unresolved trauma. Dr. Pat shares stories of how this form of therapy...

The Power of Nutritional Support On Combating Mental Issues With Dr. Bryan Ardis
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The Power of Nutritional Support On Combating Mental Issues With Dr. Bryan Ardis

  From the most common like depression to the deeply serious like schizophrenia, mental health issues are typically addressed through various medications. What most people don’t realize is that these individuals can also benefit from good nutritional support, reducing the risks of side effects. Discussing his discoveries in this field with Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D....

Finding Healing In Eastern Medicine: Helping Veterans’ Mental Health With Dr. Frank Yurasek
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Finding Healing In Eastern Medicine: Helping Veterans’ Mental Health With Dr. Frank Yurasek

  Being thrust into the challenging situations inherent in the military, many veterans come out needing mental health services. Dr. Frank Yurasek zeroes in on the plight of veterans in areas around post-traumatic stress disorder, the silent suicide epidemic, and the pain afflicting them as well as non-veterans. However, different from what has been usually done, Dr....

Celebrating The Present Moment With Kathryn Nicolai
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Celebrating The Present Moment With Kathryn Nicolai

  There’s a reason why so many cultures have used storytelling in a myriad of ways over history, but one primary reason is it’s a way for people to connect to each other, to understand things, to know what to pay attention to, and to heal from past wounds. Kathryn Nicolai has always been a...

Support Services For The Invisible Wounds: Helping Veterans And Their Families Work Through Mental Health Issues With Modie Lavin
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Support Services For The Invisible Wounds: Helping Veterans And Their Families Work Through Mental Health Issues With Modie Lavin

  Many veterans have invisible wounds—the mental health issues—that make it difficult for them to go back to civilian life. Even more, these also take a toll on their families. In this episode, Dr. Timothy J. Hayes interviews Modie Lavin, a coordinator for the Road Home Program, about mental health and the support services needed for...