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"bellevue jobs" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"bellevue jobs" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"So why for for everyone that that that doesn't fully understand i'd love for you to set the stage of your expertise And i mean you've written. This is your fifth book. I believe so so you. I can't wait to actually dive into some of those other ones But why don't you kind of unpack a little bit about your career and your professor. Because then that really sets the tone for for this discussion of the bridge that you yeah my name. Is julie holland. I'm a psychiatrist. I a fifty five year old middle aged premenopausal women in terms of my bona fides. I i went to university of pennsylvania Back in the eighties when somebody's still could get into the university of pennsylvania For undergrad. And i and i actually as a was sort of a pre med who was very interested in drugs and the brain and i took like every course in in my major which was called biological basis of behavior was a combination of like bio psych or neuro psych and i had a sort of concentration within the biological basis of behavior that i was learning everything i could about psychopharmacology so from from my teenage years. I was very interested in how drugs interact with the brain and behavior so I went to medical school at temple philadelphia and then I did my psychiatric residency at mount sinai in new york city and then after my residency i got the best job in the world really great sort of finishing school to learn as much as i could about psychiatry and that was that i ran the psychiatric emergency room at bellevue hospital on the weekends for nine years wall and i ended up. I did sort of keep notes. While i was working because just crazy. Amazing things were happening every weekend And it was a very sort of psychedelic job to kinda. I mean in in we. I wrote a book called weekends bellevue about my time in very early in the book. I say you know my job. My my overnight shift was really a lot like an acid trip and that i knew it was going to last. You know about twelve to fifteen hours. And i knew that i was gonna come out the other other side like completely changed. You know psychologically. At least and i mean it really you know you had to be very fluid. A that job But i saw a lot of people in extreme situations. I got a very good sense of psychosis and even before bellevue. I was doing research in schizophrenia. So it was always really interested in you know house sort of broken with reality. people could get But the bellevue job was tremendous because it was just it was a level of pathology there that i could never have imagined had existed. It was real. It was a fascinating place to work. It was also fun like the people there Were kind of adrenalin junkies and there was a lot of a lot of laughs and really good time so i wrote a book called weekends at bellevue after that And then after that job. I really just. I had a private practice in new york city which is sort of taking care of what we call in. Psychiatry the worried well Which means you know you really not that sick. But you're you feel like you're that sick and so a lot of antidepressants. Lot of anti anxiety medicines a lot of stimulants in. Add meds for people who wanted to be high performers and it was out of those years of private practice that i ended up writing a book for women because i felt like women were being really overmedicated. Overpass over diagnosed. You know there's a lot of of natural simplicity and emotionality. Two women that ends up being sort of pathogens unmedicated away. So i wrote a book with the very tongue in cheek title of moody bitches and the the subtitle for moody bitches was the truth about the drugs. You're taking and the sleep. You're missing in the sex or not having it. What's really making you crazy. And the whole point of that last part of what's making you feel so crazy Which was the end of moody. Bitches became the beginning of this current book chemistry so the end of moody bitches was all about how we are disconnected from our bodies. We are disconnected from nature. We've gotten to a place where we're socially isolated where we're we're we're online so much that we're even disconnected from our own bodies and so my theory of what's making us feel really crazy was this disconnection the disconnections driving the path oji. So that's where i picked up with. Good chemistry i the intro. To get chemistry which is a is using a unified theory of connection or oneness is is getting at this idea that we are sort of designed to get off on unified theories that we are designed to take tremendous pleasure from connection and even more than that It's the key to our survival. You know as as much as I had always been sold on this idea of fighter flight being the key to survival survival of the fittest means that you can attack or retreat but the truth is it has always been the case even since we were on the savannah and also now that the real key to our survival is not is not attacking running away but actually staying a cooperating collaborating communing that that the way we really survive and thrive is when we are social and communal you know we're social primates and humans are categorized as obligatory gregarious. Which means that. We have to be friendly. We have to be social or we will not survive and there is this chemistry that comes with this feeling of connection with no. You're safe and you know that the group will take care of you and that good. Chemistry is sort of the thing. We're all looking for and you know how i make. My living sort of prescribing meds to people is to try to approximate the good chemistry. That that you would get if you were feeling really connected with your spouse your family with your community with nature with your god which i'm making air quotes around the microphone But fundamentally the first issue is just to connect with yourself and to feel connected to your true nature to your higher power your higher self whatever you.

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"bellevue jobs" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bellevue jobs" Discussed on KOMO

"Homeless encampments. Bellevue is getting ready to host one next month more from co most Jonathan Show. This is the well manicured lawn behind Temple, but NATO or on the Crossroads neighborhood. We do this because it's our mission starting next month. The temple is paying $3000 for a fem thing, Rabbi Sydney Danziger says up to 40 homeless men and women will be allowed to set up right here. These are just Good working folks who are looking for a stopgap. This will be the latest stop for 10 City for an encampment that moves around from one community to another. This time around the Jewish Temple, the city of Bellevue and homeless advocacy group share wheels are partnering to make this happen. We have a code of conduct we go by. We can't camp approvals that we enforce. Organizers say there will be regular covert testing, strict security idea and background checks, No drugs or any type of illegal activity will be tolerated. And Bellevue PD says the encampment doesn't necessarily attract more crime. But even with the assurances, the possibility is there and I would like to see it. Tightened up some neighbors like Karen Morrison Chandler Dang still have concerns. I like the city, too. Do a better job informing us. The city says it's working on that with mailers and updates to its Web site. It's not a perfect science, but they keep trying to let people know And there's actually already an ordinance allowing this arrangement, But it's been nearly five years since 10 City for use the Temple's lawn. Rabbi Danziger hopes others get more involved. I hope that more and more faith based organizations start using the rights that they have to host these tent encampments on their land for Bellevue Jobs and Shoko Monix. In the first case of its

Homeless encampment to set up behind Bellevue temple in Seattle area next month

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Homeless encampment to set up behind Bellevue temple in Seattle area next month

"Homeless encampments. Bellevue is getting ready to host one next month more from co most Jonathan Show. This is the well manicured lawn behind Temple, but NATO or on the Crossroads neighborhood. We do this because it's our mission starting next month. The temple is paying $3000 for a fem thing, Rabbi Sydney Danziger says up to 40 homeless men and women will be allowed to set up right here. These are just Good working folks who are looking for a stopgap. This will be the latest stop for 10 City for an encampment that moves around from one community to another. This time around the Jewish Temple, the city of Bellevue and homeless advocacy group share wheels are partnering to make this happen. We have a code of conduct we go by. We can't camp approvals that we enforce. Organizers say there will be regular covert testing, strict security idea and background checks, No drugs or any type of illegal activity will be tolerated. And Bellevue PD says the encampment doesn't necessarily attract more crime. But even with the assurances, the possibility is there and I would like to see it. Tightened up some neighbors like Karen Morrison Chandler Dang still have concerns. I like the city, too. Do a better job informing us. The city says it's working on that with mailers and updates to its Web site. It's not a perfect science, but they keep trying to let people know And there's actually already an ordinance allowing this arrangement, But it's been nearly five years since 10 City for use the Temple's lawn. Rabbi Danziger hopes others get more involved. I hope that more and more faith based organizations start using the rights that they have to host these tent encampments on their land for Bellevue Jobs and Shoko Monix. In the first case of its

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