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"university colorado school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"On today. Doug last minute has something come up, We will reschedule Duck President. Because he's an incredible writer. Latest book called Scorpion's Tail. Read it, Get it, Buy it. Get any book. You can get in hardcover and it is said here in New Mexico places like high Lonesome Ghost town and White Sands Missile range. Good book. Anyway, we will reschedule Doug Preston for sometime in the future. Joy is now we know Charles. Good marker, mostly as Working for any a new Mexico for a long, long time. Right now what he's doing out, Charles, How are you? Hey, Richard. I'm doing pretty good. Thank you. You are in any A for how long? Wasn't any, eh? For a little over 20 years, Then you retired, and then you didn't read their You failed retirement. By the way, I I'm an absolute failure. Retirement. That's right. All right. Um, you have young Children, School age Children. How's that going? I do. Yeah. High school senior in an eighth grader, Um So of course, it's strange stranger than normally one could have imagined. Yeah, yeah, the senior is now back doing When he called hybrid two days a week in classes that are virtually empty. Is that classes are split. You know, The other half goes on the other day, but also probably half or more of them are Choosing to do virtual online anyway, right? In my eighth graders chosen toe just stay and online. Working at home. Working at home? Yep. Are you part of that? My part of it. Yeah, I mean, like, you know, making sure she's online making church. He's an intendant and helping out Oh, yeah, sure, helping out mostly. I'm very glad to say they're always on when they need to be on. Okay? And your high school senior, goes to high school where Cleveland High School in Rio Rancho. Okay, big school. Dick School normally about 3000 students right now who? Boy, she says it's the hallways are virtually empty. Has a ruin her life. Is it ruined her life? Well, it's changed her life. She's you know, you know, offer cohort out. They just aren't having a normal senior year. I feel bad for him. Yeah. None of the usual rituals of the game. The football games on basketball game, right? What about graduation where they can do Here. They're planning for an outdoor graduation at the football stadium with social distancing, Right OK here and take up the whole stadium with students, students and family. Yeah. Would you go? Will you go? Oh, my gosh. Yes. Okay, good. And what's your plans afterwards? She wants Tost change enough for a guy who worked for any A for 20 years. She actually wants to become a teacher. Yeah, I'm very glad she wants me to come in elementary education teacher. Go to where you and I am or what do you think? Um, she's looking. She's playing you and, um she's weighing a couple of the university Colorado schools. We'll see. We'll see what the best deal is in the end Now, I don't think I've ever met her. You're eight. Greater has been in studio here, and she spent the entire time rolling her eyes making faces at us like hell, you guys, you know Yeah, It was funny, huh? That's good to know. Everybody's healthy. Everybody's happy. Everybody's healthy. Knock on wood. Yes. Okay. Good. All right. So you retired. You failed retirement from any any Mexico and now you're working on voter registration. So let's talk about that. Was one of a few things. Yeah, Yeah, Actually, I'm working on four different areas of the sessions for different clients. Okay? So so. Voter registration is one of them. Um There's there's three bills. I've been working with pretty broad range or broad coalition of groups. You know Ole s almost actually own is Part of the larger coalition that supporting these measures needed votes. New Mexico etcetera. So what the bills are one is SP 14 for automatic voter registration of that bill, unfortunately, doesn't seem to be going anywhere. Um Another. Other two are moving, though. Um One is referred to you as restoration of rights for felons. They were convicted in if served their time. Um To restore their voting rights upon leaving Of the institution. Um That you know that they've been incarcerated at right and or or at the end of their probation or parole. Um And that's a very important bill. HB 97 And another one, Um Eyes two inch Ryan, so to speak, put into statute permanently. The, uh Revisions that protected native voting locations. During elections, you know? So so that if there was a a Situation as happened now or recently during the pandemic, and there's an election. On if tribal energy. Besides, it's in their best interest to close their their territory to outsiders they can and still maintaining voting locations. S so that's very important. To keep open bullying locations and all tribal communities. Even during times of crisis. Why did they need to stay long? Their sovereign territory. Well, there's no, you know, state state state. Elections, counties and cities and all you know, run by the Secretary of State. They're still run. Yes. Yep. Absolutely. Okay? So that's very important legislation. They keep going. Who's carrying that one? Um On that one. Um Archie's. Well, we'll need a vote. New Mexico is pushing hardest on that one. Um and got us right now. I'm sorry. I'm forgetting this actual spot. Adam would be should know where Pinto Uh, Um, it might be okay. That's.
"university colorado school" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"Looking at it from a heart standpoint, high blood pressure is respect for developing cardiovascular disease, so one of the years that I have is that. Prolonged exposure, prolonged stress in his could also actually not be just honcker for psychological help. What's your cardiovascular health? So again we'll hear more from Dr Chang later in the episode about his experience in the emergency department in New York during Covid nineteen, but now I'm going to move into my interview with doctors. Abby, Beecham and carry may convert all three of us are psychologist with expertise in working with healthcare professionals, abby, can you start us out by telling us a little bit about yourself and your experience in this area? So right now. I am the director of Behavioral Science to the University of Louisville, school of Dentistry which is an unusual position but my area of work, pertaining to what we're talking about. Today is really around her wellbeing and for the past three or so years prior to coming to the school of Dentistry here in Mobile Kentucky. I was at University Colorado School of Medicine, and I was working as a resilience psychologists and I. That really is not a thing but that was my title I developed programming for providers that really was designed to enhance wellbeing and but for against burnout with the other things that I did I did a lot of confidential consultation. Think of it as triage. Helping providers get to mental health services or whatever kinds of programming our services and support they. Needed my research in this area is very new I'm actually health psychologists, but have been doing some research on our programming. Which I'll talk about later on, but really really interested in broadening this area and conversations the last few months with Debbie others in such a knee. To do better in this area, and so that's that's my background, and that's what I'm doing now. Thank, you abby and Kerry. Tell us about yourself. Hi, everybody! I'm Kerry may convert clinical psychologist. Executive coach and right now I'm in private practice in Denver Colorado and before that I was a special matter expert on trauma. Within the Veterans Health Administration and I. Had the opportunity to train. Hundreds of providers on self care, resilience, trauma, sensitive, responding especially within the high pressure, hot low time, high demands of air positions, so I'm thrilled to be here and on a personal no, when I was a clinician. In at the University of California San Francisco I had A. Personal experience with vicarious trauma as well, and it got me very interested kind of early in my career on. How do we do mission driven work that is pools for much of our values as well as our heart. And how do we create a sustaining way to do that? So I feel fortunate that I had that experience early, and then was able to spend about a decade. do my own exploration as there is this emerging science around compassion, mindfulness acceptance, and how we can really fuel ourselves for the work that is deeply meaningful to US crate. Thank you carry glad you're here. podcast listeners know who I am I'm Debbie Sorenson. I'm a psychologist in private practice in Denver. I am also really interested in this area. Partly because I spent twelve years working in a healthcare setting as a psychologist on an interdisciplinary medical team, so was in there with physicians, nurses, physical therapists you name it, and as part of that team I experienced some of the challenges of being a healthcare provider. Myself and I also worked with a lot of teammates who went through some stress and burnout, just some of the challenges of working. Working in a system like that, and so now healthcare provider while being one of my areas of specialty in my private practice in something I really enjoy doing and I feel like I've been on both sides the personal side, and also the the site of provider helping with this issue, so that's where I'm coming from, and I'm hoping we're GONNA have a three way conversation about the today so happy. There's been a lot of research in recent years well before covid nineteen happened about health care provider, stress, burnout, mental health issues. It's even been called a public health crisis. It's that bad. Yes, so you've been working in this area. Can you just give us a sense of what's been going on? And what research tells us about this? We first became aware of burnout and physician and provider, wellbeing and burnout on the heels of coverage of. Physician suicide and specifically medical resident suicide, and so the the bodies that govern medical education said you need to do something about wellbeing for medical residents, and you know those things often drive more research and they started looking at. What can we do to help our residents? What can we do to help students, and that individual impetus of we need help as individuals actually lead to more focus at. At the on the system, and there are a lot of people who feel that if we don't and this is rightly so very accurately. If we don't fix our system, then there's nothing we can do. On an individual level to help make people more resilient to assist them. That is essentially killing them. Now here's where here's where the rub is in the research and in the programming. Some people feel like if we continue to offer individuals, support and individual program. That's actually sort of insulting to the providers themselves saying. Hey, it's your fault. All you have to do as meditate all you have to do yoga and there is a stress about. System. Level kinds of focus areas team within healthcare teams, and with the individual, and so some people are saying. Stop with the individual..
"university colorado school" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"He goes to me and family sent me emotion just to my debt. Have you tried sending emotion and dismiss the probation? This is in the middle of may fucking hiding from the fuck guys. The sheriff's he'd knew nothing about that. He just sent me fucking motion on this mission. Just like that. I called my attorney. I go, right. A fucking dismissal thing too. Is you fucking crazy Bill? Why is it just send do it watch a call me a week. Legos. Fuck that you do that. You know, Bill wise turn out to be the. It was too Alex. Hunter and Bill wise also got in trouble with Java they rampant. They took the heat for the job. In Abraham's in case it was Alexander the hunter and Bill wise. They redid the show a couple of two years ago. The twentieth anniversary or something like that. They redid the cop. I turned myself into Jimmy cola. He was a cop in Baldwin on. He was on the. So that's how I got on probation. Everybody was pissed. The detective was pissed the DA. The tech actually came to went looking for me one day these fuck that. You got off probation. We got you piece of shit. We don't like, fuck you guys. I got a friend of the DA's office Zand. That's it. Now I had a by the balls I was on probation. So that's on the good side because you've got enough gas. Yes, I was about to go back to all end. It was a fucking parking ticket, so, and that's what I've heard that that be. It was. It was hard. We can get, it's it's easier than prisoner for boom, it's easy prison. That's crazy. There's so much crude knee on you. Wow. Okay. So what Jim handy quit, Toyota. He went somewhere else are crew broke up. I said, fuck it. I didn't want to sell cars. My brother-in-law's offered me a job working for them. I started as fucking roofer on a flat roof, tearing it off. I was just a regular roofer. No title. The had never roof before. I never did nothing. They started being twelve fifty an hour or something like that. Eleven dollars an hour. Don't call stone Colorado. I'm still not even thinking about comedy. I had seen dice, Jim handy told me to get into it, but I was still kinda like I can't. I got a kid. I'm not a fucking criminal dog here. I am wheeler-dealing university, Colorado school loans. I'm getting grants. I'm.