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Conversation With a Medium

Join Kristin and Martha for an uplifting and informative conversation with psychic/tarot reader
Misty. We are so fortunate to have the privilege of speaking with so many gifted
psychics, mediums, and healers and sharing their unique perspectives on what’s been
happening in the world as well as how they guide their clients to awakening and growth. Misty
is a deeply empathetic counselor and also uses the tarot to share the spirit of wisdom with her
many clients. Along with her business, she homeschools four children which we all agreed is
the hardest job around!

Misty can be reached at as well as her Facebook page.

Historical Trauma and Historical Healing: Interview with Abigail Echo Hawk | Episode 87

NOTE: Abigail Echo Hawk will be keynoting at the American Association of Suicidology’s Annual Conference on Friday, April 23rd at 9:00AM ET. You can listen to her and the many other diverse speakers virtually or in person at the conference in Orlando.

Her keynote is entitled: Decolonizing Data: Restoring Culture and Building Beauty


Historical trauma is often understood to be multigenerational wounding caused by the cumulative impact of major events inflicted upon a specific cultural, racial or ethnic group. When it comes to research about health and well-being, Western modalities of understanding human experience are limited and biased, further driving disparities and truncated views that can cause even more harm. By contrast, a strength-based, Indigenous framework of understanding resists the narrow view and on-going trauma of colonialism and focuses on restoration and healing. In this interview I speak with a “Storyteller of Health” and epidemiologist Abigail Echo Hawk about her vision of an anti-racist approach to data collection and recovery among tribal communities.
About Abigail Echo Hawk, MA
Abigail Echo-Hawk, M.A., an enrolled member of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma, is the Chief Research Officer for the Seattle Indian Health Board, a Federally Qualified Health Center serving American Indians and Alaska Natives in King County, Washington. She also serves as the Director of the Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI), a Tribal Epidemiology Center whose mission is to support the health and well-being of urban Indian communities through information, scientific inquiry, and technology. UIHI assists a national network of Urban Indian Health Programs, which are private nonprofit corporations that provide native people in select cities a range of health and social services, from outreach and referral to full ambulatory care. Ms. Echo-Hawk directs a staff of public health professionals who work on multiple ongoing research, evaluation, and disease surveillance projects to benefit American Indian/Alaska Natives in urban and rural settings. She received the University of Washington Bothell’s Distinguished Alumni Award in 2013 for her dedication to eliminating health disparities and was also recognized in the 2015 class of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s (NCAIED) Native American 40 Under 40.

As a dedicated community volunteer, Ms. Echo-Hawk has concentrated on policy and institutional change to eliminate disparities for women of color locally and nationally. She focuses on policy advocacy in areas such as maternal and child health, domestic violence, sexual assault, and health disparities. Volunteer memberships include the Native American Women’s Dialogue on Infant Mortality, Hope Heart Institute, the Center for Indigenous Law and Justice, the Children and Youth Advisory Board of King County, and the Coalition to End Gender-Based Violence.

Ms. Echo-Hawk’s greatest joy is her place within her extended family. She is a wife, mother, auntie, daughter, granddaughter, friend, and community member. She strives to serve her family, friends, and community with love and to be a small part of ensuring a great future for the next generation. For more information on this episode go to

Juan Cabrera and Strav Sylvain; A Day In The Life of a Creative

Juan Cabrera and Strav Sylvain of the Tomorrow Talk podcast are back to talk behind the scenes of being a creator, reciprocity, and how to focus on those that support you without. worrying about those who do not. Stay tuned and breathe in that GOOD AIR.

You can find out more about Juan, Strav, and Joe on Instagram @don.juandisimo, @waywardstrav, tomorrowtalkpod, @sincerely_joe, and @g00da1r.

You can purchase. Joseph S. Fusaro’s poetry books

Episode 14 -Meet Michelle Gray of The Healing H-Art (part one) – Healer, Teacher, Advisor and Erik Medhus LIVE! Join In!

Michelle Gray is a Spiritual Practitioner, Psychic Medium, Magic Mama, Blogger and Public Speaker. Michelle is very empathetic, and was a target for bullies as a child and young adult. Her connection to the Spirit world was something she knew existed but she kept much of it within her family and close friends. In 2004 after the birth of one of her children, she was diagnosed with a hereditary disease called SpinoCerebellar Ataxia type 6. She was told that her health would continue to fail and that she would digress over her adult life…eventually unable to talk or walk as a result. By 2011, Michelle had been hospitalized several times with pain and illness, and was highly addicted to opiates as a result of being prescribed a deadly dosage for a lengthy time. A Letter to God, A guide named Erik Medhus, and a poignant question from her daughter changed EVERYTHING! Michelle started a road to recovery, trying to rebuild and focus on better days ahead. She now Lives HER TRUTH and will help you to do the same! Don’t miss this beautiful interview with an extraordinary woman with special guest Erik Medhus… from the other side. Please contact her, TODAY! Find her and all of her many gifts HERE!

SPIRITUAL PRINCIPLES CRUSH Help You END a Narcissistic Relationship

Ending a relationship can be completely overwhelming. Trauma bonding all but guarantees we stay locked inside toxic relationship dynamics. Relying on SPIRITUAL PRINCIPLES can help you transcend and ascend a mind-bending relationship with a narcissist. Life Coach Lisa A. Romano breaks it down in this episode. Online Codependency Recovery Program YouTube Channel Instagram @lisaaromano Contact Facebook Support Group

Suicide Research to Practice — Closing the Gap: Interview with Prof. Nav Kapur | Episode 85

When it comes to the field of Suicidology, we often work in silos. The researchers, clinicians, public health practitioners, advocates, and crisis service stakeholders often focus primarily in their own communities, finding comfort and validation in joining with others who share similar culture, values and priorities. When it comes to groups implementing best practices, collaboration with researchers is essential. In this interview I speak with internationally renowned expert on suicide and self-harm, Prof. Nav Kapur from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. We discuss some of the tensions and opportunities that we face as we bridge research to practice.

About Prof. Nav Kapur
Nav is Professor of Psychiatry and Population Health at the University of Manchester, UK and an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. He has spent the last 25 years researching suicidal behaviour, particularly its causes, treatment and prevention. He has led committees for the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the UK including those developing guidelines for how all clinical staff should treat people with self-harm. He sits on the main advisory group on suicide for the Department of Health in England and is currently helping to lead a national quality improvement project to prevent suicide. He is the lead author of Suicide Prevention (3rd Edition, Oxford University Press) and has published over 300 academic papers. He is the 2021 recipient of the American Association of Suicidology’s Louis I. Dublin Award for lifetime achievement in suicide prevention. For more information on this episode go to

8 Pillars of Codependency You Need to Crush

Codependency is a maladaptive way of relating to yourself and others. If you are codependent, your relationship are one-way streets and you tend to rescue, enable, caretaker and fix others, all while denying yourself as you grow more resentful over time. Lisa A. Romano breaks it all down in this episode. Online Codependency Recovery Program YouTube Channel Instagram @lisaaromano Contact Facebook Support Group


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