The session in which we speak with renowned autism expert Stephen Shore, EdD about the 3 A’s of Autism – Awareness, Acceptance, and Appreciation. Dr. Stephen Mark Shore is on the Autism Spectrum and is a professor at Adelphi University. He travels the world teaching, training, and talking about his special interest – autism.
Dr. Shore is the author of Beyond the Wall: Personal Experiences with Autism and Asperger Syndrome, along with several other books and publications.
Check out Stephen’s website at AutismAsperger.net
The session in which we speak with Stuart Lev, Esq about his life’s work defending some of the most powerless people alive – inmates sentenced to death. According to Amnesty International, almost all death row inmates could not afford an attorney at trial. Stuart works at the Federal Community Defender Office in Philadelphia as a senior litigator in the Capital Habeas Unit.
The session in which we talk about suicide prevention with Yasamin Brown, CEO of the Hope Restored Suicide Prevention Project, LLC. Yasamin lost her father, the late Dr. Ronald Chance Brown, to suicide in 2002. She now uses her experience and Public Health degree to train professionals and lay people in suicide prevention at HopeRestoredProject.net.
IS PATH WARM? an acronym to help remember suicide warning signs:
I Ideation (thinking about suicide)
S Substance abuse
M Mood Changes
If someone you know is in crisis please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1(800)273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741
The session in which we talk to Rhoda Fuchs-Morton, LPC about how we can have more meaningful conversations by developing a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. Rhoda is a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Jenkintown, PA.
You can find Rhoda at fuchsmortonholistic.com
The session in which we experiment with our new equipment while interviewing our sound engineer, musician Hal Aaron. Our sound continues to improve as we learn to use our new mixer, amp, mics, and headphones over the next few sessions (thanks for your patience).
Check out HalAaron.com for Awesome Live Music
Hal also now has a podcast launching mid-January 2019: More info at TalesOfTheRoadWarriors.com, and facebook.com/TalesOfTheRoadWarriors
The session in which we talk to Rosalind Holtzman about what inspired her, a suburban mom, to activism… to the point of more than 1 arrest since the election of 2016.
The session in which we interview Sarah Robinson, Esq. about her work at the Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation. Sarah is the Institute’s inaugural Justice for Victims Fellow providing trauma-informed legal advocacy to victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation (www.cseinstitute.org).
The session in which we chat with Betsy Teutsch about her awesome book entitled, 100 Under $100: One Hundred Ways to Empower Global Women. This book includes beautiful pictures and more than 100 ways to help empower women around the world, all for less (sometimes way less) than $100. Would make a good holiday gift.
You can find the book wherever you find other books!
Check out Betsy’s page: facebook.com/100Under100
Plus, another shout out for DiningForWomen.org
Also, take a look at SheWritesPress
The session in which we talk to Dr. Barry Jacobs about transforming healthcare for patients with complex needs. Dr. Jacobs is a well-known expert in supporting family caregivers with a passion for behavioral health integration and complex care management.
The session in which we interview Dr. Cheryll Rothery about how we can create safe spaces in our clinical practices for African American women.