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Podcast Episode 33: A Casual Chat With Dr. Christian Conte

March 5, 2018

In this episode Jake has an insightful and inspiring chat with Dr. Conte and discuss deeper on how we all can impact the world better in actions and what we put out in this world.

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Podcast Episode 32: What the heck is play therapy?

February 26, 2018

Play therapy is a kind of therapy counseling with playing activities which makes children overcome their psychological difficulties by themselves and helps them to achieve optimum level of development.

In this episode Jake talks to Amanda Green, a Marriage and Family Therapist at Zephyr Wellness. They discuss deeper on Amanda's work on play therapy.

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Podcast Episode 31: Six Dos and Don’ts of Talking about a Tragedy

February 19, 2018

In this episode Jake discusses the Six Do's and Don'ts of talking about trauma and tragedy. These do's and don’ts can be used when talking to children and adults.

Tragedies affect everyone, both children, and adults. Children need to talk about their fears, frustration, and disbelief. It is important that we are watchful for these emotions and encourages open discussions.

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Podcast Episode 30: Dr. Conte’s 4 C’s of Parenting

February 12, 2018

Being a parent is a role that can bring you great joy and happiness as well as challenges to deal with.

It can be daunting and overwhelming as you make decisions about your children’s upbringing that may be quite new to you.
Jake discusses Dr. Conte Four C's of Parenting, where Dr. Conte came up with a very simple approach that parents can rely on to help them guide their children.
 
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Podcast Episode 29: Listener Mail

January 29, 2018

Jake has received a great question about how our relationships with others, our parents, our children, how we grew up effects and defines who we become. What you are taught as a child by your parents, by what you saw and learned from your environments plays a big part in the development on who you will become. 

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Podcast Episode 28: Intellectual Disability, with special guest Heather Milligan Part III

January 22, 2018
 The final episode of our 3 part series is finally here. Jake and Heather finish off this series with the discussion of the transition into adulthood for intellectually disabled. 
 
Transitions occur throughout life and are faced by all young people as they progress, from childhood through puberty and adolescence to adulthood; from immaturity to maturity and from dependence to independence. The need for specifically designed programmes of care for facilitating the smooth transition from paediatric to adult care has been identified internationally, nationally and locally
 
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Podcast Episode 27: Intellectual Disability, with special guest Heather Milligan Part II

January 15, 2018

Jake and Heather break it down as they discuss treatment intervention. One of the points they dig deeper on is behavioral modification.

The belief behind behavior modification is that all behaviors can be observed and measured, and used as targets for change. Behavioral modification seeks to change or shape behavior through a set of stimuli and response actions. This works under the premise that the best way to understand a person’s behavior is to look at the reason for action and the consequences of said action.

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Podcast Episode 26: Intellectual Disability, with special guest Heather Milligan

January 8, 2018

Jake brings us another exciting episode today, with special guest Heather Milligan who is a MFT graduate currently doing her internship at Zephyr Wellness.

Intellectual disability is identified by problems in both intellectual and adaptive functioning. Some mental health, neurodevelopmental, medical and physical conditions frequently co-occur in individuals with intellectual disability, including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder and depression and anxiety disorders.

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Podcast Episode 25: Listener Mail

January 1, 2018

In this episode Jake will be replying to some of our listeners questions that have been sent in. Thank you to those who have emailed us with questions and topic ideas for the show. We hope to get through all the mail and answer all your questions. We will be doing more listeners mail podcast to get you all involved. 

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Podcast Episode 24: Five Steps To Improved Gratitude

December 25, 2017

In this episode Jake discusses provides us with five steps to improved gratitude.

Expressing gratitude and feeling thankful are powerful mind and body vitamins. Research shows that the benefits of appreciation and thankfulness are many. Having an attitude of gratitude is good for your physical, emotional and mental health.

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