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"cbt  s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

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08:28 min | Last month

"cbt s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"I trust whomever it would make sense in what they're doing with whatever they are. Do you feel into people's energies with stuff like that. When you when you when you tap in. I mean. Do you think they're look. I know the united states is kind of in a bad place. But have you ever looked at a famous political figure and gun. Oh yeah that person's a healer here not saying it but that person is tuned into something ever looked at and clinical. Take your injury. They were a healer hopeless. Are we that hopeless williamson. We ever had don't follow politics. Wow yeah that's a higher frequency exists. Probably yeah because essentially that is Gonna take time away for something that i can do that higher. You know i do understand what's going on were also novakova. Did i know about. It's happening in afghanistan afghanistan. and such that i. i don't early transcending earthly realm. I feel that too. I definitely feel call. There's something higher than what i read about in the papers but but to get the world there i guess they always say be the be the change you want to see in the world you have hope for humanity. Are you a pessimist or an optimist about where we're all headed. I had hoped for so zimmer also rules so whatever happens to humanity depends on what is supposed to be. Yeah yeah very diplomatic answers. I know that's tough questions here but just let them roll off. The that's the thing that's your trust. You can ask you anything. You gal yup. Here's the answer. This is what this person needs to hear right now. Which i mean if that's not flowing into a button so i don't know what it is Yeah i very interesting stuff. And this temple i mean. Is there anything you starting this temple right now. Should we expect to see any press about it. Are you going to have people come to this temple. When they can all move out of their houses again What is what is this project looking like for you. It's looking like i setting up the report to start. Teaching and doing meditations so connecting homeless the community is virtually and he has a nonprofit organization to expanding and connecting with some charities and starting to work on that level and start fundraising I have a couple of people who are on board with that and we will start fundraising temple will be a little ways away before it's gonna be found because one thing in victoria. There's not much available to rent. And or by so that's part of the thing but we're going to start it up as more spiritual and more community wise events if you wanna call it or are you going to tell people. Hey here's where you can meet the buddha. I wanna know if people can if What i mean that sounded pretty good. I i'd love to go to a temple where i'm going to see the buddha And especially experience at bliss without even needing to see a word or say a word rather Yeah i i wonder i wonder what kind of consciousness I wonder what to shuman. Residence is going to be after after you get a bunch of people. Meditating in that space on sorry You cut out again. Oh my gosh okay you know what. Let me let me check your bags. Say i mean it sounds like this space is going to be a really i a higher consciousness place and you have the buddha. They're supposedly do you know this versus the buddha. You know. I mean are we talking the actual the bodey tree v buddha that thing we see in asian restaurants that that golden statue with the belly i mean. Is this the reincarnation at this temple. You fake it depends on the school at the rim puck kids involved in these different schools buddhism He he has a shrine already. Set up where he's living but Essentially it's about helping others through the word of the buddha and there are many buddhas and these many buddhas come to help others when a buddha returns to the and then a day of relinquish their freedom really. You know from nevada from the voyage. Whatever so he would. He only calls himself a monk though when he doesn't allow me to call him la. 'cause lamb lies very affordable. Way of you call me. Got saying them book. Only unlike rookie. I'm sorry because he does not want to be reminded that he is a enlightened being. No he's like. I'm a monkey but noted brothers are you are you Are you hoping to be an enlightened being. Are you an enlightened being. We all are enlightened beings. We all just working towards it somewhere. Really really slow getting there in some really really doing chester. Remember that that's what it is about so it's called the remembering. Yeah very interesting you. You're you're quite a character iris. Turner jerry fascinated by everything. You're doing yes. Everybody needs to check out these books co written with daniel alexa a pacifist guy to manifesting practical approach to making the law attraction and twenty other universal laws. Work for you as well. We're gonna link to this as well the other book that you co road which is of course practical manifesting and look i. I hope that We'll we'll post the link and you have a facebook group about this as well And is there anywhere i mean. Is there any where we can learn about this temple yet or or are the details on your facebook group. What's the best way that people can tune into that tune into wet story kind of broke up. Oh what's the best way that people can learn about the temple. oh my facebook page. Don't artist shop turner and if somebody wants to chat or connectin some more Profound way be happy for them so you can pose money yet. Facebook page absolutely well. I'll share that as well. See you if you feel called. She's available Edged a high vibe in job. I mean i i love it i love it. Yeah i do. This has been very interesting again. I thank you for having me Get my toes into the complexity of of understanding the soul. of course. i wasn't going to get that done. And in an hour and fifteen minutes a buds. You did a very good job so far bringing me closer to to understand it. So i'm grateful that you've come on practical manifesting dot com as well irish turner. Thanks so much for sharing your understanding of reality and.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

08:28 min | Last month

"cbt s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"When i was in edmonds and you and even you weren't even a bt person at this point you in administration somewhere. I was out of the last administrative position. I was a executive administrative assistant to the dean of students at the university of alberta. But it was time for me to be tapped so things fell into place. And i had that dream and a huge rahaman like huge russa. Big orange bake arrived where there. There's no ravens and imaging sleigh to cold that's the end of the tundra there right and so Then i have that dream. And i told my husband and two weeks as shortages members really long hair going to come to the restaurant. He was managing. That's my teacher. Tell them about me and he did arrived. My my husband told him so mighty the teachers and say you know. I gotta meet your wife meets me look set me because i've been looking for you ally life you're going to carry on my legacy and i said well what's the sharman lapses. It's you silly girl. You've been doing it all your life. Your natural born. And i'm like because i can see those since they got and you have better abilities than that and i'll show you so he trained means shamanism and he has two masters one is psychology and one in linguistics anyways university profit school feature and so he has an integrated accredited native school. So i got my certificate as as cpt as in c. And ricky and you know anything else that'd be teach me. Oh even do see. At that. Point i would. I'd go. hey who needs this stuff. Go right for the get. Go right for the goal. What's the importance. Cbt of nishad stickwork effect. I wanted. I wanted to offer everybody. I don't think that they need edged. I wanted to be diversified enough to you know. Help them. Mentally emotionally and spiritually interesting. Do you think that there is a. I mean what if you're working with someone with ct now only can that connect. How do you can bridge that. Who the potential to open up a portal inside of them to some higher realm. I mean is there Yeah i i. I'd be curious how. You connect the dots i'll tell you about. What a usual defection with me. It's about an hour and a half hours pending You come in you talk to me about your issues under problems and we discuss. You know. Have a little bit of a talk. Therapy going on there discounts. What's going on in your life. And sometimes i see what you need and sometimes you know we'll just let the person just share what they can fair and then i do a healing. I heal them with. Ricky and a medication guided meditation to clear the mental emotional and physical bodies and then go into the fourth shoukri to connect as best as they can with their so self are higher level of them selves. You don't want to call it soul and you know the still point where they just sit silently center and then ground and they happily. This is amazing. I mean you use the way you're saying this to me it's you you do this forever. I mean you're just a natural you are your board shama. you rattled off the entire session. in a very tangible way for something that is intangible that is i mean i imagine near doing more than just helping people at a little work life stress if you have this kind of gift Off they go. What what does that mean. Have you really have a history of being able to turn people around. I mean people who have drug addictions go through shimon accession nine. And i've heard this in the context of using peyote oscar vision quests and all of a sudden they're done no more coke addiction. It's over. I mean what are some of the more remarkable things that you've been able to be a catalyst for in in your career. It's not really me as much. Just give the tools and energy step up to the person I see people usually on a regular basis. Not one time in as we work through everything but there was this one lady who came to see me and she had vertical so bad that she walked along the wall and issue you and my house and came up the stairs. And i said how do you drive your car. What did you booked bump bump around until you. And she has managed to do it and she had vertical that badge for about ten years. So i said to her said lesson up to you. You can be done this today if you want are we. Can you know. Take a long time to deal with vertical. And i said i know there is also some other issues between new. Your your shockers in your head and you know i in whatever explain to you other things. And so i gave her the first healing and her vertical wiscon- and she was shocked and amazed. And a nice about you're ready to let it go. it's up to you. you believed it. She wanted it gone hang. It's gone yeah we on other things is that for. I saw her continually for another three years. Is it something you have to tune into. I made a even as you're looking at me right now in the soom call do you. Do you see the shock rose. Do you see my spirit guides around me. I mean how much are you. How much are you picking up at this moment. I not that invasive. I won't look unless you let me. Okay okay. I don't know how it works curious. If it just like why or maybe sometimes it does but yeah sometimes but i try not to lock because like i said it is very intrusive can and days of on your privacy right. You know you might not want me to reach you so you know i'm not gonna read you. That's not fair. Yeah iris you can read me. I give you full permission anytime. no. I mean i. It's all it's all. This is a very interested and okay so you. You clearly have these abilities. You're out in the world and and you've written a few books about ways that people can like you said it's not you necessarily doing the magic your your also helping people recognize the this magic within themselves after you've done the groundwork in one of the things that i know that you two books that that you offered co authored with dan alexa practical manifesting overcome realize creation. Of course. This one intrigues may the pessimists guide manifesting practical attraction. I wonder about pessimists manifestation. That intrigues wakes but but before we go into subtleties between those two the flow of abundance. You you the. That's the theme of these books. Now i've heard a lot of people talk about the lava. Traction pat a lot of people on talk about manifestation and and they say well you know a greg doesn't matter At the end of the day you lava if you believe in it or not however you are right now. In this moment you've manifested at But but abundance itself as a flow as an energy. It's rare that they've really got into that. What exactly.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

08:09 min | Last month

"cbt s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Manage those throughout your adult life. No i i never thought i was going crazy or anything like that and it happened often an all the time so i i knew it was real and it was if i wrote a book about my life people would go. Oh no less science fiction. I what you see on movies. You know walking into a vortex and there's a witch there who opened the vortex and i'm going okay. I gotta go now. Have you done that if you to vortex before. I used to work at the university of l. berta in canada and it was going to grow to this library. And that's where i had to pick up some things and i felt this weird energy moving and i went. Oh well you know. this doesn't feel right. i don't know for sure. Go down there protects me. That's okay. I gotta go get these things so i go in there and usually there's truckloads of students and people around. There was nobody about one lady with a cloak in her hood up sitting at one of the tables in the library. So i go over to her to say. Hey you like you know where everybody is. What's going on. But she looked up at me like this and her eyes were all filled with the sky. I looked at the book and the words came swirling off the book. And then okay i gotta go now so i left in. It went back to my office. And when i got back i assume Where i was going into the library and said are you realize they are no nagai said why what happened. And i explained it and he goes. There is weird things going on around. Here we're leaving. We're moving out of this building. It's just not right here. Only because he's a worked out that people can open and use it to travel and that's why there's a witch there that you know used to just know that is. It's very trying to wrap my head around this because it does feel very much like. It's i mean it's what carlos castaneda's book a separate reality. It's totally did you have for end plane of existence and i sometimes wonder with this stuff is it. Is it closer to all of us than we think for someone like you. That is open to this. You have this awareness you can. You can see it. It's in your field but you know if we were to. I'm not sure maybe walked through the world with peripheral vision or That's one way to alter your state or do something else whether it's iowa or something like that is would we be able to access these things. Oh yes of course especially through shamanic journey. You don't necessarily need iowa osco or masculine or anything like that might teach your usages mescaline because of the trips than the spiritual thing and you can get lost in the addictions so might teacher had said a good shaman can take people on sold journeys without drugs than i do that right and i. I've done that a well. I'm sixty three now. So but twenty three years this when my teacher met me when i was forty and i trained with great eight years and i got my degree True him and other training as soul journey without drugs. I'm not even sure what that means. Our are people seeing visions. I mean what what is. Could you go into that a little bit. That's very curious to me and my buddies differential what they experience. I have Connection to that's like you wanna call it reach into sky spirit. Whatever our end it's will show me things will tell me things and now people didn't tell me and or i see about pass lives and other things and the people will grow and experience. Whatever they do a lot of people say. I just go up really really high and i feel like i'm in heaven and our lead people will experience Different kinds of beings come to you. Know i did mirus. Why would you do the other day. Tell me without a soul journey. And she said i went up so high. I felt like i was going to fall down and she goes. I was sitting there holding on. But i don't know what it was going to. I said i just to relax. Cow are you i mean i. I've studied hypnosis. I've led people to going to alternate worlds is oppose or explored their subconscious terrain. But trying to figure out what it is. You're doing that. I mean obviously if you're seeing jesus to when he saving your life you're tapping into some other realm beyond the subconscious. But i'm trying to figure out what exactly i i mean. Are you leading people into a trance. State what what is the. What's an example of what the shamanic work is. I it it feels very intangible. Today i designed properly as just sit isn't tangible in some ways but then again in other ways is very tangible. Because what is this experience it is a projection of the mind and so is in batch but in a different way epidemic employed. That's a good point. Yeah i mean are there simple. Are the other ways that you have to think okay. Here's what. Here's here's what i think is interesting about all this. There's some people that it takes a long time to show people how fluid reality is. I'm definitely i mean. I think i i know i intellectually understand edge. I don't always experience. That fluidity. And i know i've spoken to many people that say well once you realize it's this and and once you start doing these exercises and practicing and seeing that you can jump into different timelines and stuff like that. Yeah sure. I imagine. After a certain time you could see reality slippery. But when you're a shaman. I imagine you could. It allows you to have some shortcuts. I mean do you find that. Are you able to are you. Yeah wh how were you able to get people to see that. Their mind is Fluid and creating this perception in a way that may be some others arms. It's the energy that you imacs number one right. If you are vibrating at higher energy level you can break their in a higher energy level so you breed them up to a higher level of justness you use drumming. I display on lines and drumming and guide them. I threw a grounding and centering and connecting to guy certain mother earth's meditations start with. And then we just stay off it in it works. Basically iris's vibe at your vibe and high that's comes out to you've got the high been going. Yeah that is that is very interesting fascinating stuff. I'm very curious about all this. So you were discovered when you're forty you said Now were you. When were you already a doing therapy with people in rakia where you just doing therapy mean what point in your life where you before you were coined. This natural born shaman I was just mostly and administration. I not until forty. And i had a dream that a short little indigenous men was coming from a distance to greet me and he was my teacher and That's.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

07:43 min | Last month

"cbt s." Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Cognitive behavioral therapists ricky practitioner and teacher and spiritual teacher. Bud what's intriguing me. The most is this natural borne gaughman of herself very much. Well-versed in the schimanek arts. It is now even starting a temple. I there's a whole lot going on here. We're going to dig into it. Iris big so much for coming on the show. Thank you great. Nice to be on the show. Yes yes you know this. Is you have a lot going on in your background. I mean i always get very curious. One of the things that i ask people right off. The bat is y. You know when when you're when you're well-versed and cognitive behavioral therapy and then you start to buddhism. There are a lot of people. I know in new york city that just say yeah cognitive behavioral therapists. But i but i get involved with. But i'm very much into mindfulness and meditation and that seems to be good they have a spiritual practice. They're fine Eight h rare. That you beat someone. That ben goes. Oh yeah. i decided to become a shaman. Which to me makes me go. What is it about bringing this. This magic in the things were. Did you even. Did you have that trajectory growing up. Was there anything early on in your childhood or even as you were or z. Were training to work in healing. That suggested to you that you would be going that you'd go beyond just living in the present and working with balancing rational thoughts that kind of thing. What was it for you. Know as a shaman. There's a national born sean My mom told me when i was six. I have great abilities. Because i could see angels and dead people and i just narratives there. It is okay. What wait a minute she told you that. Yeah because i would tell her. All i knew jesus was my master teacher. Actually he was my friends my secret friend. He said this and so sober now. Is that unprompted. I mean did you know about jesus at all from religious school or how did that come up. Nope i was only two years old. And i saw him the first time. I was still. He saved me from drowning when i went into the lake and they came out of the late memo mistrial. It wouldn't come and get me but she's standing on the beach and she said why did you stop and i said well that man when let me go any further and he goes man i said oh i think his name is jesus i i was very. I was aware at two years of h. I was awakened at two by understood. Things i could see. People souls A lot of different things. That was just wild. But i was used to it. Yeah that is. That is very remarkable. It's it's commonly today we hear Starseed's that's a lot of that's a that's a very busy. The idea of off world contact extraterrestrials children who are able to communicate to these spiritual beings that are ideally off planets or not. ideally they just are and and burial to communicate wisdom through people. I mean what is a what do you think is it is about you that gave you the ability to connect with these entities or humans or these spirits rather jesus spirit of the earth supposedly What was that. Your parents like that me. Why you you think no no. My parents were not like that My end she in ukraine was like at. I never met her and my younger sister was a medium. She had a shaman. Is somebody who can do all you know i could. I knew the future. I could see a friend. The other world I could Guide souls and do a lot of different things at a very early age. My teacher himself did not show up. Until i was forty years old till i was ready. Were you were you seeing jesus throughout your entire forty years or did that stop for a period of time angel angels jesus always named demo and still do but i shot a lot of it off because it's very distracting. I could imagine. I can imagine i. B d did you. Were you religious at all. Did you ever go to a church service and go. Yeah you're talking about him but he saved my life. I mean did it any of that happen. Yes i did. Go to church but it was old. Ukrainian didn't understand a word they said. No i guess. My parents came over after the second world war. From germany by the my dad was prussian. A minimum was A and of course. They barely speak very much english so we went to bring in school ukrainian church. But i didn't understand it because all ukrainian and then i decided to go out on my own when i was eleven. Try different churches out and see. But it wasn't what i expected. They were condemning. They didn't think anyone could connect with spirit with god with whomever and i said i have you know so i always got in trouble so i just found a dump bannon i went to. Let's just do spirit. It's always the kids that can connect with these spirits. That get in trouble made. It's really you're the troublemakers. We always go after the highschool stoner's but but when you're a five or six year old you're talking about something that happened in someone's life that they had no idea how you know that's gonna throw you in detention a lot quicker. I have a feeling i mean. Do you have any stories. You remember anytime when what you said something to an adult that was just they had no idea how you were able to pick this up about them and they they got upset unready times many times What should i could see. You know the future for people like an old boyfriend is gonna come back and you're gonna be cassiem mata someplace that you now expecting to see him and he's gonna want you back and then a friend. I told my friend. Ns and she thought can happen. It happens a lot of different things like that. I know i've known when people were going to die to the is that a is now now growing up with that. I mean obviously. I definitely want to hear about how you what happened at forty and the person that that said you were natural board shaman. I want to know how it all came together. But i also wonder just when you're living with something like that and your relation to it. Were you ever trying to figure out what it was in your forty years. Did you ever. I mean did you ever go to a doctor or neurologist and say hey i i don't know if it's you know i'm seeing things that shouldn't be there i mean what was it. How did you.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"cbt s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Sleep and only go to bed when you're tired although you wanna wake up at regular times it don't wanna be too rigid about your bedtime because it's just too hard to control. You should try to keep that sleep wind down time at a regular time but sometimes you just can't get to sleep and you don't wanna get too worried or try to force it. Trust your body to sleep when it needs to as long as you don knapp in the day or fall asleep so early that you're up most of the night this principle is not gonna steer you wrong when insomnia goes on too long people lose. Trust in their body's natural sleep mechanisms. Then they try to take control of those sleep gears but those gears were not designed for manual operation. The result is frustration and further breakdown of the gears by the way. There's a good reason that these sleep gears weren't designed for stick mode when you drive a stick shift you know you have to be awake to operate the gears otherwise the car's gonna crash and that's the paradox of insomnia. Falling asleep is about is complicated. Biologically as landing an airplane. There is no way that your body would let you operate such delicate controls. You know the ones that make sure that you're still breathing while you're actually asleep unless you are wide awake which means that you would never fall asleep. And that's why these sleep mechanisms are all unconscious and operate outside of our control. Now if you've been tossing and turning in bed and can't fall asleep after about twenty minutes. Get out of bed and just approximate the twenty minute thing. Don't watch the clock move to another room and sit in the dark or where those blue light filtering glasses until you feel tired then. Once you're tired get in bed. Try again this step is gonna do to things. It'll help keep your body from associating the bed with that struggle of tossing and turning and on the nights when you don't sleep well it's going to build up your sleep drive through the little bit of sleep deprivation that comes with getting out of bed. Finally this step reminds you to trust your body's own mechanism by only getting into bed when you're tired naturally tired and not trying to force yourself to be tired. There's.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"cbt s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

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"cbt  s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"cbt s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"There are seven steps to take when you have trouble sleeping one. Get out of bed at a regular time even on weekends and even when you sleep deprived this will help. Keep your in o'clock running on time. Sleep is a twenty four hour cycle and this cycle is anchored in the time. You get out of bed in the morning. Not just get out of bed but put your feet on the floor and stand up. Your circadian clock starts ticking when you stand up and move around but what if you didn't sleep well and getting up in the morning means you'll be even more sleep-deprived that's okay. There are two biological forces that help us fall asleep at night. The first is called sleep drive and the second is the circadian rhythm now. The circadian rhythm is that twenty four hour cycle that starts with getting out of bed. It's also set by light and darkness. So we're gonna talk today about keeping the evening light slow in the morning lights. Bright to help this circadian cycle. Keep on track sleep. Drive is the other and this one builds up the longer we stay awake sleep drive is literally your body's natural sleep medicine. It's called a dentist seen a dennis levels. Start to rise when you wake up. And they build up throughout the day and this chemical makes you more sleepy as it builds up so if you're sleep deprived and you get up early and avoid naps. Your identity seen will rise making it more likely that you crash into sleep at the end of the day. This is just one of the ways that your body self-corrects. Okay hold up isn't sleep deprivation bad for you. Shouldn't i sleep in from a health on that one. The answer is clear. Sleep deprivation is bad for your health but only if it goes on too long if you sleep in in the morning it will prolong the problem of insomnia and sleep deprivation but if you allow yourself a little sleep deprivation for day your body will self correct. Now we're not saying here that you're definitely going to fall asleep the next night. Nothing is that certain particularly when it comes to the human body what we can tell you is that following. These steps will make the insomnia and the sleep deprivation that comes from it. Go away faster and we have some reassuring medical news for you about that. One reason. That insomnia is bad for your health. Is that it. Increases inflammation inflammation is when your immune system goes to war with your own body causes obesity. Depression and chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. What's interesting is that following these steps allowing some short term sleep deprivation in order to fix a long term problem actually lowers inflammation and improves immune function. The result is better physical health and fewer viral infections because a healthy immune system is what fights off viruses and other infections now for step to avoid daytime. Naps it's tempting to nap when you don't sleep well and no doubt it's going to make you feel better in the short term but napping will prevent your body's natural recovery mechanisms from kicking in for the same reason that sleeping in does when you nap you. Drain all that dennis. Seen the body's natural sleep medicine. And you'll confuse your internal clock. Say if you nap from one pm to three pm your body's gonna think that three. Pm is the new morning well. I heard that napping was healthy particularly in old age and some cultures. Hey cassia style. Every afternoon yes. Snapping can be healthy but not if you have insomnia if you haven't neha cut out all naps until the problem goes away then if you want to you can carefully add them back in if you're sleeping fine. Just continue with them. But if these naps disrupt your sleep you should seriously consider putting the arrest Three used the bed for sleep and sex. The idea here is to train your body to associate the bed with rest. A lot of people with insomnia say that they can only fall asleep on the sofa. What's going on there is that they've come to associate the bed with struggle. The struggle to fall asleep so don study in bed. Read in bed a worry in bed. You're only want to be in bed when you falling asleep or close to it or having sex. We're not gonna take that away. An an orgasm actually caused sleep inducing neuro hormones to rise but sex is also a form of exercise gets your heart rate and respiratory right running. Shouldn't you avoid exercise before bed. Maybe but that's not as big a deal as it's made out to be exercise is very helpful for sleep. It's particularly good at deepening sleep quality. So we recommend it as part of these seven steps but what about exercising right before bed while a half dozen studies have looked at that. And here's what they found. Exercise deepen sleep even when it was done just before bed. The only problem it caused was a mild one. It took some people a little longer to fall asleep if they exercised right before bed and they had a racing heart when they got into bed. That makes sense because when your heart is pumping all that adrenaline. It is hard to fall asleep. The best time to decide for sleep is in the early morning or the late afternoon. But if you have to do it before bed. It's still better than not exercising at all more. Avoid caffeine particularly after two pm remember denison. That's the chemical that makes you and goes up the longer you stay awake. Well here's news. Caffeine works by blocking a denison. If you have insomnia you need all the help you can get. And you don't want anything to come between you and your denison but unstop caffeine abruptly doing so caused withdrawal headaches and a lot of other problems all things in moderation in all things gradual if you do use caffeine tried to cut it off by two pm. Caffeine has a half life of two nine hours which means that after two to nine hours caffeine level falls by fifty percent and after ten to forty. Five hours at leaves your body entirely. There's a lot of variation there because everyone metabolize caffeine differently. But another tip is to switch to t t has less caffeine and it also has a helpful and called l. thirty nine which reduces anxiety lowest blood pressure and promote sleep. Avoid alcohol at night. Alcohol is not really a sedative. This drink is more complex than that. Let's look at how alcohol affects the brain over time after drinking it right after you drink alcohol. I affect is usually stimulating. It makes people more active then. It makes them drowsy but if they fall asleep with alcohol in their system. It's going to lighten that sleep quality and you know the goal here is not just to get to sleep but to get restorative sleep and alcohol. Induced slumber won't improve your memory concentration and energy like the sleep. You need to do then as alcohol leaves your system in the evening while your sleep it can make you suddenly wake up like at three in the morning often dehydrated and a little hung over. Now we're not denying here that there is a small benefit buried and all those risks that alcohol can make you fall asleep but even that effect is short live because tolerance quickly builds up where you need more and more of it and.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"cbt s." Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Sleep system or dot is call it primary insomnia. There are three types of insomnia one when it takes more than half an hour to fall asleep to when you wake up in the middle of the night or early morning and can't fall back asleep three when your sleep is such poor quality that you feel rested even when you get but all of us have a rough night from time to time and insomnia is only a disorder when it happens repeatedly and here we have numbers at least three nights out of the week for at least one month. Sounds kind of arbitrary. But there's some logic to those limits and it has to do with the most common close of insomnia when things are going well. Our inner clock corrects itself. After a night of poor sleep. The clock is set by neuro. Hormones like melatonin cortisol and about a dozen other chemicals that rise and fall over twenty four hour cycle in our body. The clock is pretty smart and it usually resets itself. If we let it go about its business we can get in the way of that repair however when we do things to compensate for a night of poor sleep things like sleeping in or napping to catch up drinking more caffeine or worrying too much. If we'll be able to sleep the next night. Those are all natural reactions to insomnia but they make the problem worse in the long term. It's like trying to catch your breath if you think too much about your breathing and try too hard to get. Just the right amount of air in you'll end up feeling more short of breath and before best to trust your lungs to do their job. Sometimes they'll draw too much oxygen or too little but they'll self-correct and smooth out any bumps along the way you're going to see this theme throughout this podcast part of sleeping better is learning to trust your body to do its best. It may not be perfect but it generally does a better job.

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Dr. Abby Lev

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Abby Lev

"Welcome DR PODCASTS everybody support those export us, check deposit Dr Dot Com. Let. Me Get ready to my guests and my treatment Dr Abby Live. She decided bay area. CBT Center is where you can find her. Online. Dot Com she's the founder she's a US ideas. Psychologist and she has three relationship books acceptance and commitment therapy for couples acceptance and commitment therapy interpersonal problems. And interpersonal problems workbook Abby walpin program. Thank you. I'm excited to be here. So he two things I WANNA do today. So People talk about CBT all the time, right I always find that I ended up waving my hands and CBD practitioners Kinda grandmothers a workbook. We change your thinking and there's lots of sort of vague descriptions of would see bt is so one thing I'd love to do a little bit today is you to do some CBT on me? Yes yeah, okay and and just Today to in the middle is Kobe or a perfect data dulas DVD. Yeah. Yeah it is. But this this situation is pretty depressing. Yes. Yes. Now already started working on me but. Before we do that. I WanNa talk a little bit about acceptance and commitment there. What is that? Acceptance and commitment therapy takes its third wave behavioral therapy. So on the more third wave, cvt therapies take a more acceptance and mindfulness based approach. So rather than challenging thoughts too much they help us create some distance from plots and mindfulness and be able to diffuse from thoughts that they're not pulling us towards certain behaviors. Thoughts have less power. In. Controlling our behaviors. Zooming you example would be your in conflict with somebody and you have to become aware of your thoughts and how they're affecting the conflict. How is it different than dialectical behavioral therapy where you're trying to pull in your thoughts and awareness of the other person's thoughts and feelings right. Right, well, dialectical behavioral therapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy. So there's like a cognitive behavioral therapy umbrella. Cognitive behavioral therapies a DVD t would be one of them act would be one of them. emotions compassion focused therapy would be one of them or functional analytic psychotherapy would be one of them. So there's a lot of. Therapies that are considered to be more behavioral. Like psycho dynamic therapy is not so much behavioral. It's more insight focused and cognitive behavioral therapies more behaviorally focused. We do techniques and exercises under certain thoughts and feelings act as barriers to. to actions to behaviors. So it's not so much like figuring something out or having insight about something. It's more about practicing certain skills that help you change your behaviors, the fourth component for form. Therapy functional analysis which called. ME. What does that? Functional analytic psychotherapy is a form of behavioral. It's it's a very behavioral intervention where you're thinking about your own behaviors as a as a therapist what are some behaviors that you want to do more of or less of, and you're thinking about your clients cavers and you're doing a lot of. Against punishment and reward in your own interactions as to shape behaviors

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"It just takes over your mind. You're thinking. I didn't even know how to feel or what feelings were, so that was. Breakthrough in the way of Learning. Learning feelings learning emotions identifying them and what my beliefs. Were about these problems or breakthroughs? So when when you got to the point where you discussed exposure therapy with your therapist, and and then more specifically, the topic of C. T. was came up and discussed was there a change for you and how you viewed? The therapy that you receiving did it. Seemed to change for you or it did it did. Very much so this time I was more in touch with my emotions. I was realizing. The isolation. Caused by my anxiety, any afraid to have a panic attack leaving the house, so helping to the exposure therapy now is getting out of the house once each day and processing those emotions and those at negative. And fearful thinking feelings. was very helpful to the process of CVT. Interesting. So. Why do you think it worked for you? Quite frankly I think it was. A willingness to. Get better to know. Join life if you will and it worked because I have an amazing psychiatrist slash therapist. There had been I've had many negative experiences. With their be so the trust and the technique. Of My provider was invaluable. That's great. Were for some of the greatest lessons you learned through CBT Oh many many I learned that I can't panic. Attacks has. I learned how to. Stink in, breathe and realize. The designs. The biggest in most. The biggest accomplishment was. Changing my way of thinking about my eating disorder. About. The scale in the mirror and Counting calories. Just, breaking through that cycle of thinking was enormous. As I mentioned, I thought that was my identity so breaking through. Like I, said that way of thinking was a major success and turning point. Let's talk a little bit about the covid. Nineteen pandemic. We're recording. Today is May Fourteenth Two thousand twenty and. And since this has all been taking place on a lot of people's mind. In terms of mental health, and how are People GonNa get the help they need. And what are people doing to take care of themselves and wondering if? If you feel comfortable sharing. Do you find yourself doing anything different. The last the last couple of months to take care of yourself compared to before the pandemic and are. They're coping skills that you're focusing on more than others. That has been different than in the past Yes. Indeed I do continue to. Meet with my. Provider via videoconference weekly. I find myself even continuing to use those cognitive behavioral therapy skills. As isolation is a trigger for. Many of my diagnoses and I find myself. I got might my depression. became a little worse. You know but worse. It became more difficult especially with the. Loss of lives you know suicide has increased. Mahendra Breaks for others that are experiencing those. Feelings and emotions as I've been there but. I had to really focused on is my routine which I lost because I was going anywhere, so I didn't really change you know my days. You know blended together. And it was very difficult as I mentioned to have that routine getting up in the morning doing some tasks, it was very easy to just for me to lay on the couch. Air shouldn't say it was easy. It was more difficult to. Get off the couch and. Find ways to utilize my time rather than become. Again more obsessed with food. Wait in shape. Because it's kind of like adding kindling to the fire. When you're. Isolated and I was just so sad so sad about the so many lives lost and in scared about the future Dealings -IETY I'm sure. Most of the world is is dealing with depression, anxiety and What's next. In so I turned to my thinking to what can I do to help? What can I do to help and so first ahead to help myself? And now I am reaching out via social media and other avenues to connect with others. I think connecting with your support system is critical critical indeed. But my diagnoses definitely There had and again using those coping skills. Such as routine in thinking remembering, remembering what I've learned but the most important piece I think is seeing my provider weekly and. Really really my heart breaks for those that don't have that resource. And? What is your impression of of how the the video conference sessions have gone compared to in person? Has that been challenging at all? was challenging initially, because. You're just not. It's despair. It's a very different. Very different experience because. You're not you don't have the. Should I say body language if you will and just is a different connection meeting in person so initially it was it was difficult. But now. I'm comfortable with it good. Is there anything on your mind that you would like to share that we haven't talked about. I'm trying I would just like to. I guess. I would like to provide hope. Because it again and both from the efficacy. Of CBC and We're all in this together right now with his pandemic. And we have to. Band together and fight this together and remember that there is hope. And That would be my biggest message. That's an important one definitely..

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"She discusses her diagnoses of Anorexia chronic major depression, panic and anxiety, disorder and post traumatic stress disorder PTSD. This. Conversation is focused on her experience using cognitive behavioral therapy CBT. Similar to part three of this series, the last episode with Dani Evans in which he talked about exposure therapy as type of see bt Lisa also talks about exposure therapy for some basic information and facts about CBT. Please take a look at some of the fact. Sheets published by NAMI MINNESOTA, which are available for free at Phnom E. M., N. Dot Org. Go to the education slash awareness. Menu Tab then click on fact sheets. You'll see cognitive behavioral therapy in the treatment section, which is the third section of the fact sheets you may also want to read the fact sheet on obsessive compulsive disorder OCD which includes a brief description of exposure response therapy ert. If you, WANNA listen to some of that instead of reading it online, go back to the previous episode with Dani Evans and listen to the intro before our conversation begins. This conversation was recorded may fourteenth two thousand twenty. Thanks so much for being with us today in recording this conversation. Let's. Get started by telling listeners a little bit about your connection with nominee, Minnesota and and your involvement tells more about that. Well I after experiencing a little Liz for about. Thirty five years I was looking to give back to make a difference to. Fight the stigma and I began looking for the right outlet. NAMI was by far the most inclusive, the most wide ranging it had programs were unprecedented. In Minnesota. United suppose nationwide, but I started at. In, your, own voice speaker, and shortly thereafter the speaker's Bureau and joined the Legislative Committee. I also was just so impressed with our executive director. Sue after holden that I N programs coercion the opportunities to make a difference. I was very excited to be a part of the nominee organization. Awesome and had you happen to I don't know if you've. Lived in other states, and had nominee exposure in other states, or is it all been in Minnesota? I have lived in Minnesota my entire life, okay? How did you end up trying CBT? Well actually a years ago. I was in a residential treatment a facility for Anorexia. And it I learned about T.. They had some worksheets, but it was. It was more of a class. It wasn't really. Practicing or implementing that therapy. Years later when I saw a very confident psychiatrist, who also access my therapist. did not. He knew I was very wary of therapy. So he did not actually. Say, that's try see bt, but in a very What would you cut subtle manner? He employed all of the. You know. He employed that sort of the models. Yeah, it's. Andy. Actually see bt without naming it if you will. That's something that have been curious about different people's People's different experiences like do they even know they're receiving that model of therapy, or is it just sort of happening behind the scenes? So That's interesting to hear. Yes. and was it was it focused on Anorexia was it focused on other specific. struggles that you wanNA share, or is it just general? We started with my. Struggle with the disease of Anorexia because at that time I. that's that's all I could think my mind. Twenty four seven was about food, weight shape and thought I was my disease. But, as we you know, and it actually took years for me to change my way of thinking and. You know identify situations be no wasn't given in touch with emotions or feelings so any again. Thinking as I said, but I also experience chronic major depression. And Panic and anxiety, disorder and PTSD. Again needs the same steps in CVT. Help those situations as well. How would you as a person receiving? The therapy. How would you describe it to someone else? Well, I would describe it as. Almost imperative to. Changing the way you think about certain situations that are traveling especially within a mental illness it is. For those who. I was delusional in my thinking. And, so I couldn't even reshape that inaccurate negative. Way, of thinking. And I would highly recommend as a find it. Evidence based, which is very important to me. evidence based care and it would be a big reason. Why would make that referral? At what point? Did you. Realize. The model therapy that that was being used to say it was sort of like behind the scenes being used. Did. When did you come to understand that it was more specifically see bt? Well it that's very good question because What I was introduced to exposure therapy I said you know you're. In a very late, hearted manner I. Said What what's your? What's your mode here? And he did mention cognitive behavioral therapy. And you know I tease him saying you really pulled on me. So. I was really into Authenticity. Let's figure this out by the those are the that's the steps that he did use CVT. So the exposure therapy was sort of down the road in the in within the therapy, and that's when he spoke Monroe CBT. Correctly. and am I correct that exposure therapy is a type of CVT. Has that right? Part of it. And that was it was it was it was part of? It is definitely a guy said after years of. because of the length of I disease. It took years for me to get to that point. Could you say a little bit more about that. In terms of were the obstacles along the way for you. To obstacles along the way was really identifying. My delusional thinking and my. I thought I couldn't. I was so my thoughts were instinctive. There was no. Here's a here's. Be here. See, what do you do about it? It was you know breaking through. Those The inaccurate thinking, even that even convincing me that I was having inaccurate thinking. And it often, we had to work on that work on that Intel I could identify. Any often used you know. What would you tell your friends? Would you ever talk like this to your friend? which was very helpful in reshaping may think he now. That's interesting. Yeah, yeah, and I think we're. We'd probably be nicer to our friends than we are ourselves sometimes. Oh definitely definitely. Like I said earlier it with because. ANOREXIA is.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Sure I actually saw my therapist this morning nine to ten. And we meet in person, but we saw. At. Least six feet apart and I mean with the next week to I have not done a phone or therapy with him yet. Here's in the option of coming into the office and take advantage of that so I could give out of the house, and it's just really difficult for me if I. Were to tell therapy. I don't know I don't know but zoom. Self is good, but it's really hard. To not interacting face to face those people so well. Anybody really yeah. You'll lose a lot of the the body language and. There's a lot lost. I think when it's just. Just on the phone. And even if even if there's video I think it's way different than being in person obviously. so it's it's difficult. Dan, do you have any thoughts or advice for someone who's considering using CBT I do. It is so helpful without it I would not be worrying today able to take care of my son. Do dishes like I said. I would not be functioning as well as I. AM right now without it, so it's offered to you. I would just talk with your therapist about it and just see what he or she says and sue kind of tactics. They can use to really reduce setting Zaidi in. Fear and I know it's hard. It's a lot of hard work. It's worth it. Destroys that you're not alone. Dealing with this I've dealt with it and.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Of every day. At least a handful of thoughts minute, and it's really frustrating, but I'm dealing with the better. But. After a while, my wife and I decided we would have kids if that was to happen to get pregnant. And on New Year's Eve into thousand eighteen. We found we expecting. Isaac in the summer of Nineteen last year. I was petrified. At the time. It was time that I dealt with these fears, and so my therapists and I decided I do cognitive behavioral therapy. and. Want to do it, and so he thought of the idea therapist. Of the idea of changing a baby dolls diaper. Those very frayed of that This is used to change in my son's temporal. He was born. So over the next weeks and months I. Was Changing adult diaper, and it was very afraid at first to do that, so we got exposed to that. and. Reduce the anxiety of the intrusive thoughts. So when we got home in the hospital, I was extremely hesitant to change my son's diaper myself. So! We started out where I would help my wife Rachel change his diaper. Then we expose it more to where I would change about myself with my wife watching. Finally in now I changed the diaper with no one watching and not a lot of reassurance. To the. My son is about eight months old. The fears been greatly reduced. I still have those thoughts, and they're still fear. By I'm dealing with it I'm I'm raising my son. He's only sold by raising them. Interacting with them were before I was so afraid. Even be around. Kids or especially a kid of my own. I went from point of not wanting children because of this fear and anxiety that just. Just. Trampled me to point where I'm raising my son, and I can do that, and I can function. Attributed back to CVT. Maybe you mentioned this. How? How long was that process for us? Feeling like this is this is effect of this is actually helping. It was effective I. Think after few weeks or months a few months. But. It it worked right away, it did and the fact that I'm able to do this. And changing my son's diaper and raise them and help give him a bath and everything I know that cvt worked. It took time, but the effects started right away. It gradually got easier if that makes sense, yeah, do you think that there are any specific reasons why that form of therapy worked for you? I imagine all types of therapy could work for some people and could not work for other people like. Is there anything any reason why I think? It was effective for you? Because I was willing to do the work. And when I was working target, I was not as healthy, I was not on the crack medications and I didn't quite understand like my illness. I thought that these thoughts my faults. I was told that growing up. That these thoughts were my health and I was a bad person and I think it really helped as I got to understand why polar especially OCD to the causes me these thoughts. I realize that they're not my fault on able to separate that and really work on work on the. And make my life easier and more function function or Great when it kind of go back to. Covid nineteen and the way. A lot of people are struggling right now. and my first question is. Do you find yourself struggling in a new or different way? All, I'm kind of struggling right now with like. Being at home Because I work at a treatment center and I'm I'm on call there and I interact with is who who deal with addiction and I. Just don't want to be there right now. Because of the pandemic kind of took myself off the schedule among call so I can do that. And I've been at home with for a job where I'm not interacting with as many people. For the last few weeks, and it's just been really hard. And I I can't get out much I'm watching my son, which is great, but I'm not used to being home so much. All Day, and then. A affecting my mental health and it's not. The best but I'm using coping mechanisms like getting out going for a walk when my wife gets home. Doing some exercises go in for interviews, one of the grocery store and a half to just. Writing poetry praying. Stuff like that. Yeah, so helping. Do you find yourself using specific CPT skills right now. On your own I mean I mean not even necessarily when you're speaking with your therapist, but just on your own. Yeah absolutely when I'm still. When I choose to. Interact with my son and help with certain things I'm still doing the exposing myself to that and still readings -iety so yeah, I still doing that with him. And all sorts of things around the house be afraid of like. Cocaine or putting away? Dishes especially knives because of the interest of thoughts that I have I just do it, and before I could talk. They couldn't do the dishes I couldn't do anything. So I'm still one there yeah so. I'm curious if you are continuing therapy right now. During the time where everyone's being asked to stay home for the most part, are you having to an personally? I've had to do some phone therapy sessions which I. Are Difficult for me. I'm just curious if you have similar situation and what your thoughts are on how people are needing to conduct their therapy appointments..

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Dot Org. Few navigate to the Education Slash Awareness Menu Tab Then you can see the link to fax sheets the CBT fact sheets in the third section the treatment section there's a version for adults and version for youth and read this fact sheet on CBS it's not very long about seven paragraphs and then also after this interview I was looking at the fact sheet on obsessive compulsive disorder OCD, which Danny talks about, and and that fact sheet it talks about how there are two types of psycho. Therapy's that are helpful for cheating. And it lists exposure in response therapy not. As well as cognitive behavioral therapy CVT so on that fact sheets listing those as two separate things. And just a short paragraph on the ERT exposure in response therapy the fact sheet it says Ert exposes a person to the cause of their anxiety. For example, a person with a fear of germs may be asked by a doctor or therapist to their hand on something considered dirty such as a doorknob afterwards they will refrain from washing their hands. The length of time between touching the DOORKNOB and washing hands becomes longer and longer That's just a a paragraph on the. Fact Sheet about. OCD and then I'm going to read the CBT factsheet. And then we'll move onto the conversation. I had with Dani, Evans. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy C. is an empirically supported treatment that focuses on patterns of thinking that are maladaptive and the beliefs that underlie such thinking for example, a person who is depressed may have the belief I'm worthless, and a person with a phobia may have the belief. I am endanger while the person in distress likely holds such beliefs with great conviction with a therapists. Therapists help the individual is encouraged to view such beliefs as hypotheses rather than facts and to test out such beliefs by running experiments, furthermore, those in distress are encouraged to monitor and log thoughts that pop into their minds called automatic thoughts in order to enable them to determine what patterns of biases in thinking exist and to develop more adaptive alternatives to their thoughts. People who seek CBT can expect their therapist to be active problem focused and goal directed studies of CBT have demonstrated its usefulness for a wide variety of problems, including mood disorders, anxiety, disorders, personality, disorders, eating disorders, Substance Abuse Disorders and psychotic disorders. While a full description of treatment and presenting problems, for which it is useful is beyond the scope of this brief overview, a brief summary of several treatments will be presented, CBD has been shown to be as useful as anti depressant medication for individuals with depression, and is superior in preventing relapse patients, receiving CBT for depression are encouraged to schedule activities in order to increase the amount of pleasure. They experience in addition. Depressed patients learn how to restructure negative thought patterns in order to interpret their environment in a less biased way. CPT for bipolar disorder is used as an adjunct to Maj Medication Treatment and focuses on psycho education about the disorder and understanding cues and triggers for relapse. Studies indicate that patients who receive CBT in addition to treatment with medication have better outcomes than patients who do not receive CBT adjunctive treatment. CBT is also useful treatment for anxiety disorders, patients who experience persistent panic attacks are encouraged to test out believes they have related to such attacks such as specific fears related to bodily sensations and to develop realistic responses to such beliefs. This treatment is very effective for those who experience such problems. Patients who experience obsessions and compulsions are guided to expose themselves to what they fear and beliefs surrounding their fears are identified and modified. The same is true for people with phobias, including phobias of animals or phobias of evaluation by others termed social, phobia. Those in treatment are exposed to what they fear and beliefs that have served to maintain such fears are targeted for modification. I'M GONNA. Stop reading the fact sheet there. There's a little more you can read that online if you'd like and I certainly encourage people to take a look at all the other fact, sheets that are available on the nominee Minnesota website Nami dot org. and we'll move into this conversation I had with Danny. It was recorded on April seventeenth. Two, thousand twenty enjoy. Danny thanks for joining us today new start by telling our listeners a little background about yourself. specifically how you got involved with Nami when that was and what? You're doing now with Nami. Sure I perform a rap style of poetry, called Gift Wrap. Poetry and I take mental illness and addiction awareness. And I performed a couple of times the non walk. In two thousand, eighteen, nineteen on the side where people pass and just perform. And I've also performed some some support classes. Family to family group Yes. My wife led a couple of those, and she invited me to to do poems, and tell my story of recovery, and I also do in our own voice, which is a program by Nami where I give my story or testimony to different audiences, and I'm recovery from mental illnesses, including bipolar depression, anxiety and Kind worried now okay. and then so you mentioned family to family in. Was that the the family to family twelve class that they had to in on one part. Yes came in. I in twice more each year. That's cool. Yeah, I just wanted to to point out to listeners. The distinction between Nami has the family to Family Class A twelve week class, and then there are also family support groups ongoing that you don't need to register for so there's two different things there and then in our own voice. That's awesome that you're doing that. Getting out and sharing personal recovery stories. and then so did you call it gift wrap poetry. Yet rat poetry OK P dropped wr up. And they went before. Do you just use your own name or do you have any sort of stage name or My stage name is Dan Tripoli. It goes along with my initials and. Album today on April seventeenth. That talks about. Family God and recovery because my faith and Gardiner important in my mental illness recovery so. I kind of just. It's fast poetry, but there's no music to it. This is my studio recorded album called Dad Tripoli because we just had a kid. My son Isaac back in August and he's been an inspiration for me and it's just awesome so cool she's. So. Can you tell me and listeners how you ended up? See bt. Yeah So the form I did was exposure therapy, and it was a a therapist were I used to live in Texas suburb Dallas. Got Interest introduced to in high school in Early College. I worked at target at the time, and it was always afraid of. Straightening the aisles and stuff like that and. especially like. Aisles with glass liked lightbulb. And because sometimes I find broken glass. No be afraid of. That I would hurt somebody if I didn't clean up all the way or like obsessive compulsive disorder, and I have intrusive.

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"cbt  s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Welcome to mental health in Minnesota produced by NAMI MINNESOTA, the National Alliance on the HILL MINUS A nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with mental illnesses, and their families visit Nami Minnesota online at Phnom E. M. N. Dot Org. Hello. My name is Brian Jost former nominee Minnesota. Staff member I love with bipolar disorder. This is part three of a series on CBT and dbt cognitive behavior, therapy and dialectical behavior therapy. Part, one was a conversation with a mental health professional who specializes in dbt. Dr Helen Valentine Ma partout station with keely Herron, which was focused primarily on. Although Keeley did mention that she had also used. CBT And this episode part three is a conversation with Dani Evans and is focused on his experience, using CBT cognitive behavioral therapy to experience recovery and help maintain his mental health. Danny Evans is a performer of a wrap style of poetry. He calls gifts. Wrap poetry through which he talks about mental illness and addiction awareness Danny talks in this episode about how cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure and Response Therapy EERT has helped him as parent, says an employee and with many other aspects of his life. Danny is a presenter in the Nami in our own voice program through Ritchie courageously shares his personal recovery story of living with mental illnesses Danny is in recovery from bipolar disorder, obsessive, compulsive disorder, depression and anxiety. Danny performs his gift wrap poetry with the stage name of Dan Triple E.. He performed at the two, thousand, eighteen and two, thousand and nineteen. NAMI WALKS EVENT IN MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. Also invited to perform during some Nami family to family classes. While he attended to share his personal recovery story with the class members, you can listen to Danny's poetry on soundcloud. Deficit sound cloud dot. Com and you can search Dan Triple E. The word triple the letter e. Want to talk a little bit about what see bt is and Allison when I've talked to sun exposure therapy because. Danny mentions using exposure therapy as as a type of CBT and I personally wasn't very familiar with exposure therapy. And since I don't have an interview with a mental health, professional, focusing just on CBT I wanna read through a nominee Minnesota fact sheet that's about CBT and now Minnesota has a bunch of fact sheets. You can find them on the website, Nami..

"cbt  s." Discussed on CAMHS Talk

CAMHS Talk

16:16 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on CAMHS Talk

"Getting better actually being able to answering those questions and you've been up to track. Must be really helpful do you? Do you find that. Yeah I think it can be really helpful seeing your progress visually with like questionnaires that we have in the past I've been chained graphs and things. We show how my schools have changed over the years and I found that really helpful. I've done that once. I think something that most people would benefit from did that surprise you and you saw on the graph compared to how you felt was it. Yeah kind of some things that got better in some things got worse so it was kind of a way of seeing what my stove was why. I'm watching needed to focus on rather than bore fixed non at the time and I think it can be really useful for me because sometimes if if I think something's going well actually there's other areas where actually it seems that things have maybe gone backwards or maybe on improvement than we can have those conversations so it's really good to open up those honest conversation so it's not just me kind of doom. Well I think best and then saying that. That's that's the treatment is very much a kind of a teamwork kind of situation with CPT. It should be really collaborative but it should be does that should apply to all therapy. Should lead that will. Generally young people aren't always. You're not going to invest in something. If it's just somebody telling you this is what we're GONNA do. It has to be in agreement. You have to agree to carry would you? Would you agree with that? Loose say yeah yeah visible disability sound familiar in the work that you're doing. Yeah it does make me think about certain things. Yeah Yeah 'cause it's it's good to tailor things because person they I'm quite logical but I'm also a lot of a talker but it's been nice to do things I haven't done before in other types of therapy which I guess is somewhat what Cvt has for me Even if it's not necessarily what the book quite say sometimes but being able to do specific activities. It's nice to have that experience of people and having experience of other types of therapy. How is he defeats? The VEGAN is expected and it felt more focused on me whereas a lot of therapy. You know he got caught for about four minutes of out. They've the safety card about last week. it was nice to do more self evaluation and discovery. So for me I did a session where we had things that were important to me. And so my therapist made some calls see no standards like Malay- animals education so things. I obviously like office. He didn't like and then things in the middle. I could rate which I thought was really helpful because for me I kind of had to reinvent everything myself which can be exciting but is intimidating. But it's nice to find this things and realize that there's more to you than you often realize And I think also it sounds like some of their strategies and some of the tools you that you've described using it sounds like also. Cbt up well. I guess it's a question. Do you think that it meets meets the needs of people with quite different? Different learning styles. I guess some people are very visual. Some people are very experiential and action. Orientated how is how adoptable. Cbt to other people's styles. Yeah I think it's really adaptable. And again it's kind of like what Lisa we saying. You can make a lot. More visual because I- worksheets. That's the biggest criticism. Cvt seems to get from young people is. It doesn't work for everybody so it's about kind of looking at that. Likes and what that passionate about and sometimes being into therapy I've done before. Webby took about unhelpful thinking styles but we use Eric's and which can be really helpful and it just sometimes brings alive and I think like saying is really important kind of Taylor and I think he's really adaptable in that way. So you can make it. If people some people do really love worksheets on kind of structure and it works really well for them. But it's not just for people who loves structure and it can be really creative as well. Which is what I found and I think before I started. I thought Oh it's just really structured paper and actually you can make him really creative and and I I really love. I think you can use that as a framework in structure but you can always have that to one side and refer to it and durant Iran things together and yeah make adoptable in that way so you mentioned you mentioned that. It works well for depression anxiety. No see day at their any of the any offer. -tations and difficulties that you would recommend. Cbt for I feel like there's not a lot we didn't help with. We look it body just more fair. It works really well with and you said. Ocd depression social anxiety. Generalized anxiety and pretty much everything and even things like anger. Sometimes it can be really useful. So Yeah I think Mike Lee Everything. Really Yeah and specifically. Ptsd is a CVT for terms of trauma fakest. Cbc IS WOW which is partly looking up looking about vicious cycle but will say initially doing some grounding. Why thinking about coping strategies and how that vicious cycle and formulation wax out they today But then thinking about what's happened in reprocessing say the idea being that traumatic memories aren't process like normal memories are Say those specific Way of of working in in. Cbt Of helping people sort of organized as memories if you say that. The experience fresh box nightmare has and that they've Denisa cupboards analogy of like you know you've everyone's got that like laundry cupboard or the the dog keeps opening and things keep falling out if it's not organized and that's of made a parallel would say traumatic memories. How they can suddenly come up when you when you don't want them to if it's not organized properly and say that can be good way of explaining how it can help. Sometimes it's quite an upstart in a different way of trying to understand things isn't that but Yeah so that's another way that. Cpt can can help with pse as well. And I'm just wondering how Metabol- The easier for different age groups. I would say yeah they I think like we said before making things visual upbringing NYC objects even into the room And actually doing things together Thought that really helps make it age appropriate and the end of the day. The individual isn't it and thinking about their interests and because people can be different ages by the different interests of Kuti's as well which certainly adoptable for different age groups. What I think's important for that weather. Maybe as difficulties with understanding or age am grapes and often. Cbs's Kris is being what WHO's the stomachs? I like not not thinking about the broader context of family in school and things around the passes quite individualizing can be criticized for but I suppose it depends on the therapists way of working that you can make stomach by getting families involved. Educating them on what you're doing and and and supporting them in any understanding for example with exposure therapy getting them to also exposure activities with young people. Outside of sessions. Say that sort of Having teachers and people within the young person's family therapists or things I if you experienced federal has Do you have any of the doing activities with you was it. It was main therapy for me. Five have had. It's been nice to you my worst for me. It was my mom. Land longside may someone which was quite interesting and sometimes she talks to me about it about because I don't remember much of the when I was going through stuff. How she said she had no idea what to do either. So it's nice even if it's not as directly as you them to be able to get a little bit of guidance from that as well sometimes Yeah I think getting families involved his as well like you say because sometimes people do try and do the best. But actually it's not helpful and we see bt as well what we look at is kind of. What's maintaining the problem? So sometimes it might be that families obame really well-meaning and really trying to help but actually that keeping the problem going so what you find with anxiety low of the time is understandably families want to do the best of the young but they can take on a lot of the responsibility so if they don't want to go to school sometimes they can encourage them to go to school and sometimes that might not be the best thing again. Everybody's different and I think it's okay for families to be involved because sometimes that can keep the problem giving but actually I think families sometimes just aren't aware of kind of having zero t wax and I think that's one of the things I've done. It's kind of one of those things that you think's really common sense or like depression but actually. How much do we know? Catchy just spending time with parents and explaining them can actually how some of these arguments involving family within the work is really useful. Because I suppose that for instance with somebody who is who has fairly low mood and depression. One of the things that we know without is motivation. These quite low often and recruiting family alongside to learn some of the cvt strategies to teach in the young person that then I suppose what they can do anything courage that young person to continue the work the all the homework. I don't like calling on what might be what I try and quote between session practice the work that you do that okay. So so yes so I suppose using the so. It sounds like part of what from what you're saying is recruiting the family as a as a resource as well. There's a there's a double whammy with that is if they're also learning the strategies to support the young person we some of the struggles that got us oppose the families understanding of the struggles also increased to and so it sounds to a they've you're able to spot to understand some of the strategies that you're using than the work kind of carries on outside of your session with more effect so it's almost like recruiting the family ask as a therapeutically. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I think that's a debate at the moment as well like actually with really young children actually teaching parents to be kosher actually teaching them the skills rather than actually having the young pass in there. So there's lots of different ways of doing it and and I think that's an interesting area as well and I think is so useful to have families involved and I think actually that everybody thankful touchy know what to do sometimes is it can be really hard to not for best if a young person is really low mood and you know. They're seeing them struggle. I think an easy thing sometimes today is to kind of you know. Sometimes they don't want to go to school to be okay like let's not do that. And I guess in some cases that that does you know everybody's an individual and sometimes we need to you know Himeji Ring and things like that but there's sometimes in the beginning where it's helpful to try not to avoid things about families can be really well meaning but actually kind of sometimes facilitate that sometimes so in the circumstances of the involve family. How would you go about what you oversee? Saint the young person's consent rating their parents into the sessions. Or would you have a separate session with the parents? How how that work again? That's really dependent on the individual. There are some young people who do not want parents involved in you know in the U. Sometimes that's that's fine and several. Yeah equally they might want mom and dad to understand something but they don't necessarily want to be in the with them because that feels too difficult so sometimes we'll have one to one sessions with mom and dad always talked about what the happy for me to share them..

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"cbt  s." Discussed on CAMHS Talk

CAMHS Talk

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"cbt s." Discussed on CAMHS Talk

"I'm a clinical psychologist. I M J Musavi Caesar how a mark on I'm one of the therapists that works in the counseling. Okay so a lot of people don't actually know about the different types of therapy that are available at comes. And maybe thing that we only do talking therapies We've had a previous episode where we talked by Art. Therapy with one of our psych therapists cat. Gemma G. WANNA tell us a little bit about what you do comes. What she'll roll an idea which stands for cognitive behavioral therapy cognitive is just like a fancy word for thoughts that looks at how our thoughts feelings and behaviors or all connected together and it's really collaborative and it can be quite creative. And I think a lot of people don't know that say I've had a lot of people talk about. There's a lot of worksheets but you can always make it really creative so I enjoy working with young people to kind of pitch it to sort of what they're like as well. Okay so I think both of you. You those t and J you've had experience haven't year. Cbt What how is it out to? What benefits have you found from it? I've done cvt a number of times over the last few years various things and I think for me. It really helped with anxiety when I I I. It's getting help. My Mental Health Found that really beneficial but for other things I for. It wasn't as helpful for me. Yeah and I think that's that's quite important. I mean the evidence based brings. It is it's really effective. So we D- things like exposure ansel behavioral experiments. Have you had any experience kind of with doing any of those things? When you're working on your I've no it's a long time ago really but I remember some of them are still used now to like management executive and it can be really helpful for depression. Well and I guess evidence. Why sometime slightly less than thirty. But we do things like behavioral activation so with depression. It's about kind of looking at doing more activities because some young people kind of with depression finds that they're doing less and less and sometimes that can impact on your mood as well so what we encourage people to do is maybe more activities have for some people. It might be the opposite. They're doing loads and loads of stuff. Actually that can be really helpful and so we use. I look at Patterns. So what is helpful? When what is what isn't so help focuses certain things that people might be in that kind of in a short time. Help them kite bachelor. Longer-term can actually be quite unhelpful. So that and that kind of that. Sometimes why worksheets come in. I will aways ask people if they want to kind of do on the phone or if they can think of any creative ways. I'm really into that. And we kinda track made and what you're doing during the day and you can tell quite a lot through that but I think it's really important that young people understand why they're doing it because I think some things we see bt if it's not always explained while people are like why are we doing this and I don't really understand I think actually as long as we explain why we're doing things and I find. It helps quite a lot of young people by takes a long time to kind of make sure that they understand and kind of get why we doing certain things. I'm personalizing it to people as well. Thanks very important making sure when you set goals and things like meaningful disease that you WANNA do. We'll bring it alive and that she doing things in session Mike going out for walks or whatever and that's how I integrate Ruby therapy dog here we. We didn't ABC's that to me Italian on the Mike and Yeah so I. I work with different models. Cbt being one of them. And that's how I like to introduce hours going for walks and doing active things in therapies of bringing it alive and making it meaningful to people. Did you have any experience or doing anything like that? And Either v I didn't in my CBT. I didn't go out and about and things but another help. I have like with Support workers and things like that. Let's see how about you. What's your experience been as well. I'm still having it right now. So it's recent but I've never been out and about but I like it being a little bit more visual even if you're not leaving the therapy room whereas I'd always been used to talking therapy and sometimes it could be a bit awkward and the same and so we did a lot of things like putting options up on the wall things on the floor things on the table just to make it more diverse. I guess You finding it helpful. You said you're still having your therapy yet. It's been good. I mean probably isn't the most strict CBT structure but it works. Man It is Kinda personalized like they were saying earlier. I think that's what makes it good for me as well and I think that's K- because I think people have this perception sometimes you come in the therapists. Tell you what to do. And kind of actually see me. T- should be really collaborative. So goes that we're working on should be yours and and also it should be kind of especially if you're doing like having an exotic going out and kind of doing things outside. The clinic cream is also really important and I think really helpful by at least he was saying. It's really important to kind of tighter it to each young person as well. Because everyone's different on a you talked about exposure therapy. Can you tell us a little bit more about absolutely so we kind of do exposure therapy and things like if you've got a specific and sometimes with signings? It but we would not do that alongside behavioral experiments which shall explain in a minute and it's about facing some of those anxieties so we spend a lot of time talking to a young person. Say They have showings on? It we would liquor kind of the situations that they're avoiding and kind of together come up with a high rocky and we would work on that. Say It might be that. They're really scared of me. New Young people that goal is they really want to make friends and they feel quite isolated so we would work towards meeting New People but that might be top of the Liska. Some young people actually meeting any pass. Batiste Gary so we look at ways of breaking that down and how we could get there as well and we take at your pace because I think that's really important as well just making sure that we don't do things too quickly but getting that balance between kind of sometimes picking out the comfort zone because it completely makes sense to avoid certain things and I think without that kind of gentle push sometimes people kind of get stuck in that cycle avoiding certain things as well and hopefully that's where the learning comes in is like if you're able to do things outside of session the ease the session to reflect on what you steal. Maybe what was more difficult today so that you can learn the normally things on as bad y? You anticipate that they're going to be so. It's challenging the vicious cycle avoidance and that You know that we we come. We can't do it and give reason that confidence in ourselves and I think that's the other thing we see bt like there's a lot of between session practice and the reason we do that it's not just 'cause we're main and get you to do extra homework it it's really important key. Partisan that things are not what we know is overtime exposure actually will reduce the anxiety. And what you get to find out is times. That Fade Consequence. Wayne happen and a lot people tend to catastrophes myself included. And and actually knowing that you can keep in certain situations can be really helpful just sitting here. How'd you prepare somebody for the for the starting? Cbt Yes I preparing for starring what we do is we quite a while on so of psycho education actually really understanding what is and and also why we didn't treatment because like. I say that's really important because we're asking people to do things that can be quite scary so actually looking at why and how doing exposure will actually help. So what does it sometimes a quite lack of neuroscience? I'd like to introduce the brain. Sometimes if a young person likes it. I know that some people that might not be helpful for them but I always like to kind of look at that as well. And how speaks to the kind of fist center of O'Brien which sometimes you can't just talk to? It needs to be shown that is I. K which is why we do exposure so it's helping young person to understand why they're doing. Yeah I think that's really K. Because I think what can happen is if you don't understand what you're doing something and we're asking you to do something that's really scary. That will why am I going to do that so I think it's really important for me. It's kind of take that time and explain so we would really focus in the initial sessions around psycho education and then kind of move on to kind of looking at goes because I think before we start doing that. It needs to be thought it is they go so not just me saying Oh. I think you could whack on this because they might be sitting there thinking well. That's not my problem and actually are we want to work on this and actually if we do that they're going to be more motivated to make changes rather than it just being something that you said that you need today and then as we start looking for looking at fill out as and things that are really scary will look at the cycle of avoidance and then we saw around session four or five we start going out and doing the more practical things as well so I'd like exposure or so of the things like OCD. It would be exposure response prevention. So actually they exposure so the thing that they are they fear but oh cy not do a ritual and then aside like for depression with guarantee behavioral activation division and so the slightly different treatments depending on kind of what the problem is as well. It sounds like he's really detailed and complex but I'm I'm due young people find that when the I'll tell you know I I think again. That's getting tonight young and then actually. I think the other thing that I want to promote. Cbt can be quite relaxed and quiet. I don't want to say the wrong word but we can go out and do some creative things. So it's not always in the therapy room is always means of Satan across on a chat looking at year which some people find really hard and I think it's titling it and explaining it in ways that young people understand and with CVT as well. There's a lot of checking the actually sessions or yeast. Post at the end of my sessions. Audi session feedback and we built that relationship where they can say actually today. I had no idea what you were saying. Anything unique texts by again and we can take that time to do that and I think being able to track the progress. We've talked about this before of way is so important. You guys to be able to say that you might. You actually might not failed that..

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CBD Warnings From FDA Spook Major Consumer Brands

The Frankie Boyer Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

CBD Warnings From FDA Spook Major Consumer Brands

"Mark Goldman is the partner at him public relations and public relations star common is a firm that helps individuals and he's always mark is always on top of the hottest latest stories when it comes to see me do you kind of this this New World that we are all embarking on it so we always like to get some business stories from mark and it is time for our segment and so mark welcome back is always so what's your first story you have forced this one is puzzling to me one more time I say what is the first story is a little puzzling to me well the first or are story list today would be the C. B. D. warnings from the FDA smoking major consumer brands this is obviously a huge story for C. B. D. L. huge story for the business community Frankie the a United States food and drug administration also known as the FDA has started in twenty twenty with a shot of bows of moving CBT industry they're they're really into a big problem with the and lot of at the a new regulation is really happening summit with the agency cannabis brands is looking to blue chip brands once police to really do really really well business report to surface that since the turn of the century actually turn of the year of major cities a lot of these brands are just really pulling back for example one three Carol says Kellogg's not gonna have anything with C. B. D. at all it anymore because the at the eight doesn't recognize it as to be safe also the betting carries they're really sticking to their company and they get what classroom CBT ice cream so a lot of these different companies some of them are hesitant to try anything new until the FDA really get their stuff together when it comes to was you know the

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"cbt  s." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"cbt s." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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Pot or not? Busts highlight growing confusion over hemp

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Pot or not? Busts highlight growing confusion over hemp

"This CBT craze is leaving the war on drugs a bit dazed and confused the extract that's been showing up in everything from candida coffee is legally derived from hemp plants which look and smell a lot like marijuana New York City police boasted this week about what seem like a big bust more than a hundred pounds of plants cops thought were pot they also arrested the man who came to pick them up but the remote farm the grew the plants in the Brooklyn C. B. D. shop that order them insist their legal industrial hemp and the shop owner says if they're in police custody for too long he could go out of business since the government removed industrial hemp last year from the list to be illegal drugs a number of similar cases have cropped up Julie Walker New York

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Chattanooga And W. G. O. discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Chattanooga And W. G. O. discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Six dead thirty one others wounded in shootings in Chattanooga in the past couple of months CBT promising stepped up presence the deal with gangland violence river city company reaching out to those concerned about the just approve business improvement district in Saturday got W. G. O. W. seven west has the company's news release a statement from river city says the company encourages those who

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