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Your host, Debbie, is a positive trainer with a passion for dogs, their behavior and helping you create a well behaved dog. This is a dog training and behavior podcast that with help you and your new puppy build good healthy habits right from the start. It will also help you understand your dog’s behavior and build a strong, fulfilling, and fun relationship for years to come.
 
Olivia Amitrano — founder and creator of Organic Olivia — is leveling up in 2020 with What’s The Juice: a podcast as multifaceted as its listeners. What’s The Juice is an extension of Organic Olivia, which started as a blog but quickly morphed into a fierce community of like minds on a divine path of learning, growing, and healing. Our greatest tools are traditional wisdom, herbal medicine and a brave willingness to explore our own behavior and psychology. Olivia is an herbalist, an entrepre ...
 
Venture into the elusive world of intelligence collection and espionage to spot, assess and debrief: spies, handlers, catchers, analysts, cut-outs, dangles, diplomats, security experts and occasionally the storytellers who bring them all to life. Check your electronics and subscribe, do a thorough surveillance detection route, find your Live Drop location, and after a mad-minute introduction, listen in on conversations with our fascinating guests who illuminate a complex universe. A HUMINT e ...
 
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Parenting Beyond Discipline

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Parenting Beyond Discipline

Erin Royer, MA Clinical Psychology, Child Development Specialist

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Erin Royer, MA Psy. is the go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for today’s common challenges. Her parenting podcast covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny. https://www.yourvillageonline.com
 
Bryan “Dr. Abs” Abasolo is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic of over 11 years, a certified nutrition specialist, and a certified personal trainer. He is an advocate for all things health and wellness related and has a passion for spreading education and awareness via the 5 principles he lives his life by: 1. Natural Health solutions 2. Fitness 3. Nutrition 4. Supplements 5. Motivation/Positive Mindset The Dr. Abs Healthcast will dive deep into his principles via one on one interviews with pr ...
 
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A mom asks Erin for help in finding strategies to work with her very difficult to discipline 5 year old. The struggles are running the gamut from power struggles, not listening, negative ungrateful attitude, bedtime struggles, whining, basically anything but cooperative, including a possibility of ADHD. Erin gives some great insights and strategies…
 
Are millennial patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) different from older patients? If they are different, is it partly because the MS field has benefitted from new therapeutic options and increased knowledge about the role of diet and exercise and modifiable behaviors, such as smoking? On a recent episode of Medical World News®, Matt Hoffman, mana…
 
Sometimes we think we are following the steps to fix problem behaviors, when we might actually be unknowingly doing the opposite. Erin shares some great foundational information to troubleshoot any problem area. If you are seeing repeated behaviors you don't like to see, and want to figure out how to get it to stop, this episode can help you figure…
 
The Alliance of Community Health Plans (ACHP) recently released its 2021 Report on Affordability. In this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Ceci Connolly, the president and CEO of ACHP, about the steps that its payer members are taking to lower costs through offerings such as virtual-first care, remote patient monitoring, and other new pr…
 
What do you do when your preschooler tries to rule the roost, not just saying no and trying to undermine parenting authority over themselves but even trying to control parental behavior? There are several reasons preschoolers may engage in this level of control. There are clues our children give us as to what is happening. Once uncovered, parents c…
 
Proponents of price transparency hope that publishing health care prices can enable patients to shop for their health care services and better understand the bills that they receive. However, little is known about the value of marketwide transparency tools that reveal charges for out-of-network care.On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we’re talki…
 
COVID-19’s effects on the body are now known to be far-reaching—and long-lasting in the most severe cases—but when it started spreading across the world in early 2020, initial attention was focused on the lungs. That concern led to worries about the impact of infection for individuals with respiratory diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary…
 
2020 and 2021 changed my entire perspective on life, and I think I'm learning how to human again. In this ep, I’m joined by my fiancé Nick to talk about the incredible, challenging, eye-opening awakening that I went through during three weeks away from work and social media. We’re talking about how your life’s work isn’t just the job you do, how yo…
 
Erin shares some new insights into supporting kids to develop a strong and healthy sense of self-esteem throughout childhood. Learn a new paradigm on how to view the development of self-esteem and some great new ideas for working with your children to help them develop into their most confident and independent selves. Support this podcast at — http…
 
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Dr Abi Sundaramoorthy, MD, MBA, executive vice president of clinical enterprise at Somatus, a national value-based care company serving patients with underlying kidney disease, on the potential of value-based arrangements to address disparities in chronic kidney disease and promote preventive, eff…
 
Kasie comes back to teach us more about raw feeding. This time we talk all about puppies! Plus Kasie has some advice on treats and how to start even if you feel overwhelmed. This episode is Part 2 of a two part series. In Part 1 we talk about raw feeding more general. Kasie has been raw feeding for 30 years and is the founder and owner of San Franc…
 
Jack Devine's career at the CIA spanned from the late 1960s to the early 1990s, including the fall of President Salvador Allende in Chile in 1973, the Iran–Contra affair in the mid-1980s, and the fight to push the Soviets out of Afghanistan in the late 1980s. Devine would go on to run the Counter Narcotics Center in the 1990s, and helped oversee ca…
 
Mental health IS physical health. Period. This week, we’re joined by Dr. Daniel Amen—psychiatrist, brain health expert, and bestselling author. We’re talking about brain scan technology that can literally show us what mental health looks like; the effects of SSRIs, marijuana, and alcohol on the brain; grief & depression; essential oils; and so much…
 
Maybe you've never heard of raw feeding your dog. Maybe you have but you're not quite sure what it means. This episode can start to answer some of your questions. Raw feeding is something that I've dabbled in but I am NO expert. Since I do get questions about it all the time, I've decided to bring in Kasie Maxwell Grujcic to help teach us more abou…
 
How do you handle a child's behavior when it is seemingly manipulative and/or controlling in nature? Erin gets to the heart of the issue, what kids are really trying to tell us and how to help support them overall, and work with them in that moment when they are trying to control the situation or manipulate others into behaving the way they would l…
 
Fragmented health care is a known issue for patients and providers, and nowhere is the problem as acute as it is in the over-65 population. Studies have shown that patients who have a strong relationship with a primary care provider (PCP) who coordinates their care have better outcomes. But care provided by specialists has expanded over the past 2 …
 
Ann Hagedorn discusses her new book SLEEPER AGENT – about the little known Soviet-trained atomic spy who got away. George Koval was born to Russian immigrant parents and raised in Sioux City, Iowa. At the age of 17, he emigrated back to Russia in 1932 where, after university studies, he was discovered and trained by the GRU. He returned to the US, …
 
One of the best lessons in life is discovering that you are not tied to any singular path—it’s never too late to change your course. This week’s guest is artist and creative expander Lily Ashwell. Former clothing designer turned intuitive astrologist and oracle card creator, she’s the embodiment of pursuing your heart’s calling. We’ll start with th…
 
Preschoolers can really struggle with social skills and this often means they react in aggressive ways towards one another. How do we help sibling and friends make better choices when interacting with each other? Part 2 of this mom's question involves bedtimes that have gone from bad to worse. How can this family get a better handle on bedtimes and…
 
The 340 drug pricing program was first established in 1992 and allows participating hospitals to manufacture discounts on drugs used in an outpatient setting. In years since, federal agencies have clarified savings from the program should be directed at improving care for underserved patients. One method of doing this is providing uncompensated car…
 
In this podcast, The American Journal of Managed Care's associate editorial director, Mary Caffrey, speaks with Michelle Afkhami, MD, from City of Hope, about best practices for oncology organizations to leverage molecular/genomic testing, the importance of identifying RET-positive patients early so they can receive targeted treatment, and more.…
 
Vision is so much more than just seeing what's in front of you. It's about your eyes (which are part of your brain outside of your head) seeing the world, your goals, and processing the way you relate to others. Beyond that, vision "issues" are more than blurry letters, 20/20, or astigmatism, and can actually involve the way that your eyes either w…
 
Marc Polymeropoulos has had to live with the consequences of decisions made under the most high-stress circumstances you can imagine as a senior intelligence officer in the CIA, retiring from his 26 years of service as one of the CIA’s most decorated field officers. In his book Clarity in Crisis, Marc shares how true leaders need to lead in and thr…
 
More children than ever, at younger and younger ages are experiencing moderate to severe mental health issues related to depression and anxiety. Childhood has been derailed for so many kids. Missed opportunities in social interactions has deeply affected many kids. This phenomenon hit close to home for Erin this past week and she shares her experie…
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on the nation a year-and-a-half later, public health workers, leaders, and researchers alike are still grappling with ways to convince a large swath of Americans to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated.Even as cases and deaths decline nationally, states like Alaska continue to ration care as hos…
 
This week's episode is an extra special treat for our fellow herb nerds, as I join forces with Clinical Herbalist and educator Kelsey Barrett to go above and beyond herbal medicine 101. You're going to want your notebooks for this one, as we cover everything from "energetics" to "tissue states" — for example, what's the difference between hot and d…
 
In his new book Proof of Life, American author Daniel Levin dives into the Syrian shadows - an underground industry of war where everything is for sale: arms, drugs, even people. In this thriller/memoir he draws on his perceptions and experience as a a lawyer turned armed conflict negotiator who, for the past twenty years, has worked with governmen…
 
A 6 year old is really struggling with a lot of different misbehaviors like not listening, aggression, and making poor choices and both the parents and his nanny are wondering how to help him through these trouble spots, especially at specific times of day when he seems to struggle the most. Erin covers some great foundation work as well as specifi…
 
For one cancer center, an outgrowth of the COVID-19 pandemic spurred plans to create an urgent care center for patients with cancer so that they could stay out of the emergency department. The Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University began planning for construction in 2020 after receiving a sizeable donation and broke ground this year. The Roll…
 
When podcasters get together, magic happens. We’re joined this week by Krista Williams & Lindsey Simcik: co-hosts of the Almost 30 Podcast. These ladies have much to share about finding your creative purpose, forging connections & building a community, thriving through your Saturn Return, fostering self-love & setting boundaries, and so much more. …
 
How do you help your young child learn to follow rules and expectations in school when you aren't there? A dad feels in over his head in helping his daughter make better choices when he's not there to guide her. Erin gives some great insight into this issue, guidance and ideas for making this situation better for everyone, including discerning when…
 
Back in April 2021, Todd Bensman talked with me about the nexus between immigration and national security in his book America’s Covert Border War: the Untold Story of the Nation’s Battle to Prevent Jihadist Infiltration. Todd is an award-winning journalist who transitioned to a career as a national security intelligence professional for the Texas D…
 
Migraines plague some 35 million Americans, the majority of them women in their 30s and 40s, and disabling pain and symptoms are linked to lost productivity at work, school, and home. On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we bring you an excerpt of an interview with Deena E. Kuruvilla, MD, FAHS, the medical director of the Westport Headache Institu…
 
Some days parenting is just overwhelming. Some days life is just overwhelming. If you have difficult days with either, let alone both at that same time, you are not alone. Erin had a very overwhelming week both in parenting and life, feeling like she was failing at both. She shares her coping strategies both with managing and overcoming feeling ove…
 
Toby Harnden is an awarded journalist, foreign correspondent and former bureau chief of the Sunday Times. His most recent book is First Casualty: The untold story of he CIA mission to avenge 911. After numerous interviews with key players and having visited Afganistan several times over the last decades, Toby documents the unconventional success st…
 
Do your relationships bring you joy or frustrate the heck out of you? How about your job—are you feeling burned out and unfulfilled? This week we’re joined by Amina AlTai, a business coach who specializes in helping women overcome imposter syndrome, get clear on their purpose and passions, and create amazing work. We’re starting with a super import…
 
Black Americans are 4 times more likely to develop kidney failure and are diagnosed with chronic kidney disease later and in later stages than White Americans. They are less likely to be deemed eligible for a transplant, instead going on dialysis. Last week a joint report from the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and the National Kidney Foundat…
 
Mommy issues are a real thing—and they can cause long-term nervous system dysregulation. To help us understand how these formative and complicated relationships can affect our whole lives, we’re chatting with UK-based psychotherapist Sian Crossley. Sian uses her professional training and personal experiences to help others heal old wounds through I…
 
Money is such a taboo subject in so many families. We all have our own hangup around money, be they societal, familial or both. How can we have a more positive feeling towards finances and money? How do we teach our kids to have a better, more positive outlook and relationship with money than we likely do or did now or in early adulthood? Ken Honda…
 
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Cheryl Mason, director of Content and Informatics for the Health Language solutions team of Wolters Kluwer, who discusses how delays in routine care and other aspects of the pandemic are affecting payer organizations today, and how technology innovations like natural language processing can work t…
 
SO many health issues—chronic or acute—get their start in the gut, which is why we’re digging even deeper into gut health this season. This week’s podcast guest is Dr. Asia Muhammad, a doctor of naturopathy, scientist, medical writer, and the co-host of the docu-series The Art of Natural Healing. In this ep, we cover the basics: what is gut health,…
 
What tools should you use with a toddler who tries to push their will for having things own way? The ways we use the tools or the tactics our toddlers try can often render a tool ineffective, or less effective. Erin gives step by step guide to setting boundaries and rules with respect and love that will be followed and using tools to their highest …
 
"Practice makes perfect." We all know that one. Well, it's just as true for our dogs. When we teach our dogs how to sit we know to start at step one and work them up to a reliable sit in any situation. When we want to change a behavior (like barking, digging, leash walking, or counter surfing) it's no different. We don't usually think of it as some…
 
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with the lead clinician of a study by the Epic Health Research Network and Kaiser Family Foundation, which found that routine medical care and hospital admissions remained below expected levels in the early months of 2021, marking the second consecutive year for such results.…
 
This week’s podcast guest is Amanda Montalvo, a Registered Dietician (RD) and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P), who specializes in helping women heal their hormones through food. We’re talking about the spectrum of PCOS, why PCOS is so common these days, and how to start feeling better by taking inventory of your food and lifest…
 
All parents want to provide their kids with as stable an upbringing as possible, especially if they didn't have that growing up. But life is full of changes big and small. How do we support kids through these changes like moves, new schools and especially divorce? What are options and compromises we can do to make these as smooth and stress-free as…
 
Trust in health care was eroding even before the COVID-19 pandemic. In a new book, "Re-Engaging in Trust: The Missing Ingredient to Fixing Healthcare," the authors, Jan Berger, MD, MJ, the CEO of Health Intelligence Partners, and Julie Slezak, MSPH, the president of the health care consulting firm, delve into this issue with data from multiple sour…
 
Did you know the way you breathe can help shape your thought patterns? Or that a music playlist can shape your day? These are the kind of healthy changes possible through techniques related to psychoneurology. This week’s podcast guest is my therapist, who I’ve been seeing for almost 3 years: Dr. Sylva Dvorak. Dr. Sylva has a PhD in Psychoneurology…
 
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