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This week's episode, I sit down with ADHD coaches Kathryn Graves and Tyler Dorsey.  Kathryn, whose company is ADHD Advantage specializes in coaching children and adults with ADHD challenges.  Tyler Dorsey, founder of Focus Forward also coaches children and adults.  Tyler and Kathryn host their own podcast Wait, What?  that you can find wherever you subscribe to podcast.
I am joined today by Dr. Isiah Lavender III, an english professor at the University of Georgia.  Dr. Lavender was drawn to science fiction and fantasy as a child, and turned that interest into a career through his research of race in science fiction and fantasy.  Dr. Lavender is the author of 5 books, "Afrofuturism Rising: The literary prehistory of a movement", "Dis-orienting Planets: Racial Representations of Asia in Science Fiction", "Black and Brown Planets:The Politics of Race in Science Fiction", "Race in American Science Fiction" and forthcoming book "Critical Race Theory in Science Fiction".https://www.english.uga.edu/directory/people/isiah-lavender-iii
I am joined today by Dr. Isiah Lavender III, an english professor at the University of Georgia.  Dr. Lavender was drawn to science fiction and fantasy as a child, and turned that interest into a career through his research of race in science fiction and fantasy.  Dr. Lavender is the author of 5 books, "Afrofuturism Rising: The literary prehistory of a movement", "Dis-orienting Planets: Racial Representations of Asia in Science Fiction", "Black and Brown Planets:The Politics of Race in Science Fiction", "Race in American Science Fiction" and forthcoming book "Critical Race Theory in Science Fiction".https://www.english.uga.edu/directory/people/isiah-lavender-iii
Often, couples therapy is the last ditch effort before divorce.   I am joined by family law attorney Ross Ewing and Shine the Chef to talk about divorce from three different perspectives - Toby as couples therapist, Ross Ewing as divorce attorney and Shine the Chef who is recently divorced.  You can check out the the services of Ross Ewing at https://familylawlexington.com.  Also, Michah Legal is a service that supports communities that cannot afford to hire divorce attorneys in Kentucky.,
Often, couples therapy is the last ditch effort before divorce.   I am joined by family law attorney Ross Ewing and Shine the Chef to talk about divorce from three different perspectives - Toby as couples therapist, Ross Ewing as divorce attorney and Shine the Chef who is recently divorced.  You can check out the the services of Ross Ewing at https://familylawlexington.com.  Also, Michah Legal is a service that supports communities that cannot afford to hire divorce attorneys in Kentucky.,
I am joined by Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Thomas Cooke of Charlottesville, Virginia.  Thomas started his career in educational counseling in the early 2000's and has been in private practice since 2012 working with adults, specializing in supporting men and couples with developing healthy relationships, both in person and through telehealth.  Thomas' specialties include working with infidelity, problematic sexual behavior (sometimes called sex addiction), expanding sexual orientation and identity, male survivors of sexual abuse.  Thomas has a certificate in Sex Therapy from University of Michigan School of Social Work and is currently working to become a certified sex therapist through AASECT (The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists).  You can find more details about Thomas Cooke LPC
I am joined by Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Thomas Cooke of Charlottesville, Virginia.  Thomas started his career in educational counseling in the early 2000's and has been in private practice since 2012 working with adults, specializing in supporting men and couples with developing healthy relationships, both in person and through telehealth.  Thomas' specialties include working with infidelity, problematic sexual behavior (sometimes called sex addiction), expanding sexual orientation and identity, male survivors of sexual abuse.  Thomas has a certificate in Sex Therapy from University of Michigan School of Social Work and is currently working to become a certified sex therapist through AASECT (The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists).  You can find more details about Thomas Cooke LPC
Today I am joined by my former student, Danielle Chesney who is the founder and president of Young Hearts Kentucky, a non-profit she has set up to mentor and support children who have lost a parent.  You can support Young Hearts Kentucky through donations of money or time at the link above.  Danielle lost her mother t breast cancer as a teenager and has turned her loss into a mission to help others.
Today I am joined by my former student, Danielle Chesney who is the founder and president of Young Hearts Kentucky, a non-profit she has set up to mentor and support children who have lost a parent.  You can support Young Hearts Kentucky through donations of money or time at the link above.  Danielle lost her mother t breast cancer as a teenager and has turned her loss into a mission to help others.
Jonah Brown was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anemia in elementary school.  Thirty years later, Jonah gives incredible insight into how he has managed this disease and living a full life.  By definition, sickle cell Anemia is genetically inherited disease effecting primarily people of African decent.  The disease itself causes a sickling of red blood cells, that when congregated in parts of the body, can inhibit oxygen flow to parts of the body.  For more information, check out these websites:Sickle Cell Speaks Mayo Clinic Sickle Cell
Roughly 1/3 of adults between the ages of 20 and 50 will be caretaking aging parents and raising children at the same time, this is known as the sandwich generation.  This time can be challenging on our partnered relationships, sibling relationships, and extremely stressful with our aging parents.  My guest today, Edward Finley and David Gillis have twin teenagers and have a creative solution for caring for both of their aging mothers.
Jonah Brown was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anemia in elementary school.  Thirty years later, Jonah gives incredible insight into how he has managed this disease and living a full life.  By definition, sickle cell Anemia is genetically inherited disease effecting primarily people of African decent.  The disease itself causes a sickling of red blood cells, that when congregated in parts of the body, can inhibit oxygen flow to parts of the body.  For more information, check out these websites:Sickle Cell Speaks Mayo Clinic Sickle Cell
There will be a virtual screening of the documentary Sound Experiences: Near Death Experiences featuring Teresa Syms on Community Central TV (YouTube) Wednesday September 22 at 8 pm.  Teresa Syms.comCommunity Central TV
COVID 19 not only has had incredible health implications, but huge financial implications between surging unemployment, the eviction crisis,  and shortages in supply chain.  My guest today, Darius Norman, author of "Rewriting Financial Rules" written in 2017, whose financial tools for managing credit have become even more relevant today as many try to manage through their personal financial struggles as a result of the pandemic.You can find out more about Darius Norman at his website . https://www.rewritingfinancialrulesllc.com
I am joined today by Alex Elswick, co-founder of Voices Of Hope, a recovery support community serving central Kentucky.  Alex and I jump into common myths about drug use and treatment the prohibit people from getting the treatment they need.  We also discuss insights from the book, Drug Use for Grown Ups by Karl Hart PhD.To find out more about Voices of Hope and how you can support the work they do, please go to https://www.voicesofhopelex.org
I am joined today by Alex Elswick, co-founder of Voices Of Hope, a recovery support community serving central Kentucky.  Alex and I jump into common myths about drug use and treatment the prohibit people from getting the treatment they need.  We also discuss insights from the book, Drug Use for Grown Ups by Karl Hart PhD.To find out more about Voices of Hope and how you can support the work they do, please go to https://www.voicesofhopelex.org
I am joined today by Shine the Chef who has started his own podcast to challenge men to be the best they can be through becoming self aware, emotionally intelligent, and showing up fully in your relationships, families, and communities.  You can subscribe and listen here Lady's Man, and of course you can check out what Shine the Chef is cooking or enroll in a virtual cooking demonstration at www.shinethechef.com
I am joined today by Shine the Chef who has started his own podcast to challenge men to be the best they can be through becoming self aware, emotionally intelligent, and showing up fully in your relationships, families, and communities.  You can subscribe and listen here Lady's Man, and of course you can check out what Shine the Chef is cooking or enroll in a virtual cooking demonstration at www.shinethechef.com
This week's guest is Dr. Lawrence Jackson, founder of the social media platform Black Therapy Fridays ( FB & Twitter) and TheBlackMaleTherapist.  Dr. Jackson is very involved in not only normalizing therapy for communities of color, but is also very active in developing and mentoring therapist of color through his position as a faculty member and supervisor in the Couples and Family Masters program at UNLV.
This week's guest is Dr. Lawrence Jackson, founder of the social media platform Black Therapy Fridays ( FB & Twitter) and TheBlackMaleTherapist.  Dr. Jackson is very involved in not only normalizing therapy for communities of color, but is also very active in developing and mentoring therapist of color through his position as a faculty member and supervisor in the Couples and Family Masters program at UNLV.
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