Do you or someone you know need assistance in getting a psychiatric service animal? It can be daunting to jump through the hoops or even ask for help. In this episode, we sit down with Stephanie L. Taylor to discuss her journey to getting a service animal (even as a mental health clinician herself!) and her new book (Animals That Heal: The Role of Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals in Mental Health Treatment) aimed at helping others navigate this experience.
Are you feeling burnt out? Are you ready to change your outlook on your helping profession but not sure how? Today, we talk to former 9-1-1 Dispatcher Ryan Dedmon of Kim Turner LLC and the 911 Training Institute to help answer these questions and why he says we should "be like a redwood tree."
Do you have kids? Do you struggle to understand them and how to connect with them? In this episode, Kristi Finney will explain to us how intuitive parenting helped her change her relationship with her kids for the better and how it also improved how she looks at herself.
Suicide rates for first responders are climbing. Today, we talk to suicide survivor and Project Code9 Ambassador Wendy Mcilwraith about her mission to take away the stigma around suicide and PTSD, and how she is changing the narrative through training and telling her story.
What does it mean to be “joyfully divorced?” Those are not two words you hear together very often! Today, we chat with Diane McDermott who is making it her mission to get rid of the stigma around talking about divorce and connecting those who are going through that transition. Find out what she has learned from her own personal experience and why she is using this opportunity to talk to us for her own healing!
She’s baaaaack! Amy Turner, the "No B.S. Sweetheart" and the founder of No B.S. Therapy is back for Round 2 on the Your Oxygen Mask First Podcast. Today, we are diving into Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) which is a special type of therapy (and her specialty) that combines aspects of traditional therapy with hypnosis to get those who are suffering to feel better and make breakthroughs in a fraction of the time of conventional therapy. Join us to find out how this can benefit you and why having support is SO important!
What does practicing abundance and mindfulness have to do with your profession as a “helper”? Today we are joined by Alex and Sarah Dumas, owners and creators of Abundance Daily, who share with us some tips on how to bring wealth and prosperity to your real job or side-hustle.
Have you ever wondered how to fit in work, attend to your family, obligations, and fit in time for fitness and wellness? Today we chat with Shelby Foster, the "Fitness Kook" to learn more about holistic fitness and why paying attention to your mind can help your fitness gains.
Suicide rates among people in the helping profession are high right now, and we are seeing an overall rise in people taking their own lives across the country. Today, Erin shares a personal story and asks the question, “what can we do differently?”
What does baking, bourbon, hobbies, and compassion fatigue have to do with your wellness as a “helper?” Today we sit down with Kory Linn, an 18-year veteran 9-1-1 dispatcher to discuss why there is more to you than just your job!
Imagine going from happy to sad, elated to defeated, exhilarated to exhausted all in the same hour! That is the real life of a 9-1-1 Dispatcher/Telecommunicator. Today, we sit down with 26-year 9-1-1 dispatch veteran Gabriela Jackson to hear about her unique experiences and challenges through her noble career.
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be weightless? To float in water, completely supported and relaxed? In this episode, we sit down with Vee Carpenter, owner of True REST Float Spa in Chico, California to find out why float or “sensory deprivation tanks” are so beneficial to our well being, inside and out!
I am so thrilled Amy came on the show and volunteered to be our first interview! Amy is very gifted in what she does, and is a very sweet and understanding person....that's why she is called the No B.S. Sweetheart! Please check her out at nobstherapy.com and join her free No More BS Beliefs Facebook group!