Emotional Pathways

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Emotional Pathways – SELF-FORGIVENESS

Thank you, listeners, for your following. I am taking a break in my scheduling for a bit. In this segment, Laura Simko, dear friend, fellow Imagery International Board member and writer, asks me about my interest and work around self-forgiveness. I hope you enjoy listening to our conversation. It has truly been a pleasure sharing wonderful guests with you and … Read more about this episode...

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Emotional Pathways with Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown

Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 20964). Her orientation is integrative, and she embraces a multicultural perspective in her psychotherapeutic practice. She is also a core faculty member and the director of practicum for a doctoral program in psychology (www.antiochsb.edu).

Juliet has worked with brain-injured individuals and in psychiatric inpatient settings as well as in community counseling environments and private practice. She is committed to respecting the fact that while human beings share many common features, each individual is unique in temperament, behavior, inner reflection and socio-cultural background. She respects the many ways of knowing in a diverse social system: the rational, empirical, and intuitive.

Juliet is a founding member and current board member of the Sacred Earth Foundation (www.sacredearthfound.org) and an advisory board member for the Santa Barbara Restorative Justice Neighborhood Initiative. Currently, she is the president-elect for Imagery International (http://www.imageryinternational.org/).

She has spoken internationally on forgiveness and related topics. Some of her research on forgiveness and emotions in the divorcing process is to be published in the Journal of Divorce and Remarriage this coming year and her book, Imagine Forgiveness: A Guide for Creating a Joyful Future is available through various popular book-selling venues. She has also received a “Just Plain Folks” Award in 2009 in the self-help genre for her CD Feel Forgiveness Now, part of a series in collaboration with Shantha Sri and Energi Music (http://www.energimusic.com).

Juliet’s participation in meditative practices informs her work in the world both personally and professionally. The practice of metta, or loving-kindness meditation, has had a particularly important impact on her life and on her own process of forgiveness, as has working with imagery, dreams, and sacred ceremony. Her latest interests focus on moving from the individual into the collective, particularly in relation to compassion-based practices. She has been following Daniel Siegel’s work in interpersonal neurobiology since the publication of his book The Developing Mind in the 1990’s (www.mindsightinstitute.com). She also recommends the website www.forgiveforgood.com.

She lives in Carpinteria, California, just south of Santa Barbara with her husband, artist James Paul Brown(www.jamespaulbrown.com).

 

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  • Emotional Pathways – SELF-FORGIVENESS Thank you, listeners, for your following. I am taking a break in my scheduling for a bit. In this segment, Laura Simko, dear friend, fellow Imagery International Board member and writer, asks me about my interest and work around self-forgiveness. I hope you enjoy listening to our conversation. It has truly been a pleasure sharing ...
  • Emotional Pathways – CREATING ROMANCE Relationship coach, Cherry Norris, talks with us about the giving and receiving roles in romantic relationships. She shares about ways to create more of a capacity to begin a romantic partnership and how to maintain harmonious interactions.
  • Emotional Pathways – CREATING NEW NARRATIVES THROUGH THE EXPERIENCE OF TRAUMA We are joined by Elizabeth Wolfson, Ph.D., LCSW. She tells us about her work with survivors of the Holocaust who, through the gift of sharing their life narratives with traumatized youth, have helped those emerging into young adulthood create new meanings and narratives of hope. You will find out more by viewing the Portraits of ...
  • Emotional Pathways – IMAGERY AND ITS APPLICATIONS Please join us this week as Susan Ezra, RN and I discuss working with imagery and its various benefits and applications. You may find out about her book, Guided Imagery and Beyond: Stories of Healing and Transformation, and more by contacting her at imagine@integrativeimagery.com or visiting the websites links below.
  • Emotional Pathways – NURTURING INNER HAPPINESS We are joined by Dr. Radhule Weininger, who is a meditation teacher and psychologist in private practice. She discusses ways to nurture your awareness and learn mindfulness meditation practice. She offers many workshops and guided meditation trainings at La Casa De Maria Retreat Center and she speaks internationally about meditation and self-care for physicians, health-care ...
  • Emotional Pathways – USING HYPNOSIS FOR ANXIETY We are joined by Dr. Carolyn Daitch, psychologist and Director of the Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. She shares about the different manifestations of anxiety and the ways that hypnosis can help. To find out more about Dr. Daitch and her latest book, Anxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists, please ...
  • Emotional Pathways – WORKING WITH ADULT ADHD This week, our guest is Dr. Roland Rotz who is a clinical psychologist, expert on ADHD, and author of the book Fidget to Focus. We discuss how to recognize and manage adult ADHD.
  • Emotional Pathways – OWNING OUR PROJECTIONS Dr. Linda Holder and I discuss the concept of psychological projection. We reflect on how the film Inception can amplify the importance of working with metaphor and dreams.
  • Emotional Pathways – LIVING AUTHENTICALLY We are joined by Dr. Melissa Jones Cantekin, current president of the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association. We discuss what it means to live authentically as well as some ways to nurture the inner process. You may email her at http://mjcantekin@juno.com and visit the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association website for more information as well.
  • Emotional Pathways – BUILDING RESILIENCE We are joined by Dr. Betty Frain. She has been a practicing therapist for more than 30 years and one of her specialties is assisting people in building resistance. We discuss this very important topic as it relates to both children and adults. Don’t forget to visit her site.
  • Emotional Pathways – RELIEVING CAREGIVER STRESS We are joined again by Dr. Miriam Franco. She has expertise in social work, teaching, psychotherapy, and research in the area of guided imagery. This week, we have the good fortune to learn shares some very important resources in regard to coping with the stress of caregiving. You may find out more about Dr. Franco ...
  • Emotional Pathways – MANAGING THE DRAMA OF INFIDELITY Steve Kadin, Ph.D, ABPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist who is board certified in Couples and Family Therapy and who has contributed book chapters in his area of expertise. He has had over 30 years of experience in private practice as a pschotherapist and he is a core faculty member of the PsyD program at ...
  • Emotional Pathways – PARENTING THE ADULT CHILD Dr. Betty Frain, psychotherapist and co-author of Becoming a Wise Parent for Your Grown Child, joins us this week to speak about some practical and compassionate approaches to managing this type of experience. To find out more about this engaging guest, please visit www.drbettyfrain.com or www.becomingawiseparent.com or www.50fabulous.com.
  • Emotional Pathways – LOVINGKINDNESS Our guest this Valentine’s week is Mary Brantley, MA, LMFT. She teaches mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and loving-kindness meditation at Duke Integrative Medicine and she is the co-author of the book, The Gift of Loving-Kindness. We discuss what it means to extend loving-kindness to oneself and others and Mary introduces listeners to particular practices and ...
  • Emotional Pathways – PSYCHOLOGY OF POSSIBILITY Our guest this week is Dr. Ellen Langer, professor in the Psychology Department at Harvard University, who has been conducting inspiring studies about mindfulness for many years. She shares some of the findings of her studies and encourages listeners to be open to what is new. You may find out more about her and the ...
  • Emotional Pathways – MANAGING YOUR EMOTIONS For this week’s program, I talk about some initial ways to begin to tune into your thoughts and feelings and to be a kind of witness to your moment to moment experience.
  • Emotional Pathways – FOOD AND THOUGHTS We are joined by Patricia Bisch, MA, MFT, author of Freedom From Food: A Quantum Weight Loss Approach. She introduces an intriguing approach that asserts that our thoughts can change the way that food is metabolized in our body. For more information on Patricia’s work, please go to www.freedomfromfood.net.
  • Emotional Pathways – LEARNING TO FORGIVE Our special guest is Dr. Frederic Luskin, author of Forgive for Good and Forgive for Love and one of the world’s leading researchers and teachers on the topic of forgiveness. He directs the Stanford Forgiveness Project and is a Senior Consultant in Health Promotion at Stanford. Currently, he is also a Professor of Clinical Psychology ...
  • Emotional Pathways – INSPIRATIONS FROM THE HEART Our guest, Jerry Wennstrom, discusses the transformational journey and about coming out of loss and fear with the “incredible privelege” to “call on grace.” He shares about his own experiences as an artist and about the metaphor of alchemy for emotional processes as well as what it means to be truly present. www.handsofalchemy.com
  • Emotional Pathways – INDIGENOUS WISDOM AND RENEWAL FOR THE COMING YEAR INDIGENOUS WISDOM AND RENEWAL FOR THE COMING YEAR We are joined this week by Pati Turner, founder of Tierra Sagrada: Sacred Earth Foundation (www.sacredearthfound.org), an organization developed for the purposes of bringing the voices of indigenous elders to the world at large. We discuss the value of indigenous ways of knowing and about the reciprocal ...
  • Emotional Pathways – BLESSINGS AT THE TABLE We are joined by Adrain Butash as we discuss and read excerpts from his book, Bless This Food, which is a compilation of blessings and poems of gratitude from various traditions around the world. Please visit his website for more information at www.adrianarts.com.
  • Emotional Pathways – PEACE AT THE FINAL PASSAGE Our guest for this week, Trudy Harris, RN, has worked for over 30 years as a hospice nurse with over 1000 patients. She talks about her books, Glimpses of Heaven and More Glimpses of Heaven, in which she describes true stories of hope and peace at the end of life’s journey and what is like ...
  • Emotional Pathways – BEAUTIFUL CONFIDENCE AT YOUR CORE Our guest this week is Miriam Franco, PsyD, MSW, MSCS. The focus of our discussion is particularly on women and on building a sense of inner worth. Dr. Franco shares some results of her current research projects as well as an introduction to her series of four imagery exercises for building inner beauty, confidence, and ...
  • Emotional Pathways – A SUITCASE FULL OF FAITH: TAKING CHANCES AND LIVING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX Please join us as transformational life coach, Saskia Roell, discusses the five steps of life empowerment to truly open up new emotional pathways.
  • Emotional Pathways – ADULT CHILDREN OF AGING PARENTS Our guest this week is Dr. Gail Brenner (www.aflourishinglife.com), clinical psychologist and expert on older adults and life transitions. She discusses the adjustments and joys of being an adult child of an aging parent. As we move into the holiday season and prepare for family gatherings, this is an important topic to tune in to. ...
  • Emotional Pathways – ALONE, BUT NOT LONELY: THE ART OF LIVING ALONE Clinical Psychologist and MFA Faculty, Dr. Jody Eng, discusses the difference between being alone and loneliness. She talks about how the tactile aspects of having pets and how the immersion in creative endeavors can enrich lives and stave off feelings of isolation.
  • Emotional Pathways – PARENTING AN AUTISTIC CHILD Our guest, Jan Linder-Koda, talks about her experience as the parent of Gregory, her autistic son. She also shares some resources and advice, In addition, she offers some tools from her work in music that can be applied to working with autism.
  • Emotional Pathways – BRAIN TRAUMA: THE INVISIBLE INJURY On this show, we discuss the often undiagnosed and untreated occurrence of traumatic brain injury. Our guest, neuropsychologist, Dr. Cheryll Smith, informs us about the symptoms of this type of “hidden” injury and the implications for relationships and other aspects of life.
  • Emotional Pathways – MUSIC, MYTH, AND MEDICINE Please join me this week as I speak with Dr. Jeanne Martin about the ancient foundations of music therapy and its current application in medical contexts. She discusses her special connection with harp music as well as some moving examples of her work with patients.