If someone you love suffers depression, what can you do to help him — and yourself? Join Life Coach Sallie Felton, whose radio show on this very matter debuts in January, as she demonstrates that, with strategies and techniques, there is Light At The End Of the Tunnel: When Someone You Love Suffers Depression.
Women who suffer extended emotional and/or mental agonies are likely bereft of self-compassion. In this enlightening show, Dr. Chris Germer instructs us in the ancient art of mindfulness, helping us “find ourselves in the midst of [our] suffering” so we can react with loving-kindness, rather than struggle against ourselves, amplifying our pain. Soothing Our Emotional And Mental Agonies: The Mindful Path To Self-Compassion.
Tom Bagamane of The Giving Spirit shares the story behind his inspirational organization, which ministers to 2500 homeless people in Los Angeles, many of whom are women and children. If you have given up hope that good men exist, tune in to The Giving Spirit: Helping Homeless Women And Their Children In Los Angeles.
The Martha Trowbridge Radio Hour is delighted and honored to welcome Dr. Francine Shapiro as Guest Expert in September. Originator and developer of EMDR, the highly acclaimed treatment for post-traumatic stress, Dr. Shapiro will share with MTR listeners an overview of the origins and symptoms of ptsd, then present how EMDR can relieve ptsd sufferers.
EMDR is “a front line treatment for trauma in the Practice Guidelines of the American Psychiatric Association, and those of the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs. Dr. Shapiro is a Senior Research Fellow at the Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, Executive Director of the EMDR Institute in Watsonville, CA, and founder and President Emeritus of the EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs, a non-profit organization that coordinates disaster response and low fee trainings worldwide.”
THE MARTHA TROWBRIDGE RADIO HOUR debuts with The Abuser Within: The Lifelong Effects Of Early Emotional Abuse, And What You Can Do To Stop Maltreating Yourself. With brilliant insight and genuine compassion, Dr. Frank Summers guides us to the roots of our contemporary emotional sufferings — and our often unnoticed self-abuse. ‘The Abuser Within’ is what he terms it — a villain very much alive within you that personifies and perpetuates the abuse you experienced, over and over, as a child and/or girl.