Cynthia Padilla-Pearson: How do we resolve conflict and build empathy in student organizations? Featured
Cynthia Padilla-Pearson is a career victims’ rights advocate and certified trauma specialist with 12 years in court systems supporting trauma victims and developing trauma-informed programs. She has thousands of hours experience in mediation..
Our next guest believes that the trauma we are currently experiencing in our world today is manifesting in dramatic ways affecting our children, adults, couples, families, communities, and the world. Trauma drama is woven within the tapestry o..
Mahesh Grossman: Is hypnosis really something that can help with physical or emotional pain? Featured
Our next guest is Mahesh Grossman. He is a clinically certified hypnotherapist on a mission to let the world know how valuable hypnosis is for pain relief—for both physical and emotional pain—as well how it makes a huge difference for many..
Anna Rodin: What should college students do if they feel lost & overwhelmed navigating adulthood? Featured
Our next guest is Anna Rodin. Anna’s mission is to share experiences from her own life and research, as well as advice from experts for people in their twenties. Anna is an author being published in January 2023 and she is working with New D..
Gavin Frye: How do we keep family relationships intact with disagreements on religion or politics? Featured
Our next guest is Gavin Frye. Gavin is a licensed marriage and family psychotherapist since 1983 with a wealth of experience facilitating transformational work with individuals, couples and entrepreneurial leaders. His specialty is supporting ..
Kenya Lee is a Registered Nurse, Artist, Author, and Women’s Empowerment Expert. She grew up in Detroit, Michigan where the struggles of urban childhood and adolescence fueled her passion for helping young girls and women thrive in life. Her..