Recent Posts in ‘UPCOMING on LA TALK RADIO’
Upcoming July 2015 | “Parent Coaching with Vive: Helping parents stay connected through difficult times” | Danielle Hava & Mick Kubiak
LIVE: July 6, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: Vive Family Support’s Masters level clinicians work with adolescents, young adults and their families using therapeutic mentorship, parent coaching, family therapy and counseling to connect with our clients to improve mental health and family relationships.
Upcoming July 2015 | “Inner Mean Girl Reform School: The Virtual Self-Love School for Women” | Dr. Amy Ahlers
LIVE: July 13, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: Meet your Inner Mean Girl, the judgmental, critical, and belittling inner bully that almost every woman hears running through her mind on a daily basis. Bestselling author Amy Ahlers show women there is a cure. Reform Your Inner Mean Girl from self-sabotage to self-love.
LIVE: June 15, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: Back to the earth “Horticultural Therapy” at Pacific Quest combines the art and science of growing flowers, vegetables, fruits and trees with the most current theories in human behavior, neuroscience and counseling psychology.
Upcoming July 2015 | “Naked in the Woods – A Story from the Past … Slowly Reappearing in Grassroots America Today!” | Margaret Grundstein
LIVE: July 27, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: “Naked in the Woods,” is the story of those compelling, iconoclastic, life-changing days — my memoir — illustrated with photographs I took at the time. It chronicles my shift from reluctant hippie to committed utopian, against the story of our loss of innocence.
Upcoming August 2015 | “In Defense of Selfishness: Why the Code of Self-Sacrifice Is Unjust and Destructive” | Peter Schwartz
LIVE: August 3, 2015 – 11:00 am PST :: From childhood, we’re taught one central, non-controversial idea about morality: self-sacrifice is a virtue. It is universally accepted that serving the needs of others, rather than our own, is the essence of morality. To be ethical–it is believed–is to be altruistic. Peter Schwartz believes questioning this belief is tantamount to questioning the self-evident.
Inspired by Logan’s personal and professional life helping loved ones and clients dealing with loss, and the resulting grief that can become all consuming, The Teardrop Tree is one of the most worthwhile efforts I have had the great pleasure to participate in.