wellness

Episode 24: Self-Care with Dr. Jessica Murphy

Self-care is good for your health and well-being! Sometimes we can’t control the stressors in our lives, but we can control how we react to them. And when we take care of ourselves — and we take care of our mind, body, and spirit — we are building our resilience to handle the stressors that we can’t eliminate. Join us in this fun conversation as Dr. Jessica Murphy, DO, and I discuss self-care. Better equip yourself by taking care of yourself and promoting your well-being! Because when you do survive- What can’t you do?!? You are worth it!

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Episode 10: Taking Care of Our Brains with Dr. Christine Fahrenbach

Dr. Chris Fahrenbach, PhD, and I talk about taking care of our brains! Pain is inevitable but suffering is optional. We can all have some control over how long we are going to suffer. Mental health is a critical aspect of our overall well-being and health. And preserving and restoring our mental health can help our ability to fully live our lives. Join us in this interesting conversation!

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Episode 9: Healing thru Reiki

Reiki is a complementary healing modality from Japan that uses the universal life force energy around us to heal the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Lisa Campion, the author of “The Art of Psychic Reiki” and now “Energy Healing for Empaths,” talks with us about how reiki can be used to improve health and enhance the quality of our lives. You can find Lisa at lisacampion.com.

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Episode 5: One’s Path of Healing

Depression affects people of all ages, all races, and all socioeconomic ranges. But it can be a path for discovering one’s higher purpose and reason for existing. Dr. Berry Amstrong and I reflect upon his own spiritual journey.

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Episode 4: Covid!

Infectious Disease specialist Dr. April Ferguson and I talk about Covid-19. We discuss her experiences with Covid in the hospital, from the beginning of the pandemic up to this point.

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Episode 3: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences

Childhood trauma is known to lead to adult onset of chronic diseases, depression and other mental illness, violence and being a victim of violence, as well as other social problems. Coach Robert Foster and I discuss his own path and his work with youth sports.

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