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Intersectionality & Historical Trauma — 3 Insights for Resilience: Interview with Dr. Tammy Sanders | Episode 78

How we see ourselves often is shaped by the many voices of our experience —- intersecting identities, some which may be aligned, others in conflict with one another. The voices we internalize may come from our parents or other influential adults from our childhood, or our religions and cultures more broadly. Still, other voices may be those of our ancestors, whom we have never met, but whose experiences have been imprinted in our bodies.

In this conversation I speak with the inspiring Dr. Tammy Sanders, a self-identified, Black, gay woman raised in the Black Baptist Church of the deep South. She realized at an early age that in order to survive, she needed to escape parts of herself or perish. Come listen to her incredible journey to wholeness — a holistic approach towards uncomfortable growth surrounded by deep connection with others.

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About Tammy Sanders, Ph.D.
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For nearly 30 years, Tammy’s life and work have been an active commitment to self-awareness, healing and growth. Her professional life has focused on behavioral development for leaders and managers, while her personal emotional, mental and spiritual growth has leveraged 12-step, therapy, and entheogenic experiences to move beyond addiction, depression, complex PTSD and transgenerational trauma.

With expertise grounded in experience and research, Tammy remains committed to holistic and accessible mental wellness in service of a stable and just world. Where there are initiatives, efforts and people who share this commitment, she’s keen to connect and is best reached via www.linkedin.com/in/tammyssanders.

Professionally, she is a seasoned strategist, advisor, facilitator and coach with an MA Anthropology of Media from the University of London, an MBA from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and a PhD in Education and Technology from Florida International University. Tammy’s evolutionary career in media, tech, management, and professional development includes guiding the behavioral growth of leaders at all stages in their careers, from a variety of cultural backgrounds, and across a wide range of industries.

Personally, her emotional, mental and spiritual growth has leveraged 12-step, cognitive and somatic therapies, and entheogenic experiences to move beyond addiction, depression, complex PTSD and transgenerational trauma.

With expertise grounded in experience and research, Tammy remains committed to holistic and accessible mental wellness in service of a stable and just world. Where there are initiatives, efforts and people who share this commitment, she’s keen to connect and is best reached via www.linkedin.com/in/tammyssanders. For more information on this episode please go to https://www.sallyspencerthomas.com/hope-illuminated-podcast/78

Police Officer To Mental Health Awareness | Clint Adams

Clint Adams is a former police officer from Australia. He’s now one of the foremost authorities when it comes to mental health and suicide prevention. Clint also has a long background in human resources for many companies in Australia.

Now, Clint has switched gears to help others that are struggling with mental health.

For more, visit www.timkrass.com and be on the lookout for my upcoming book “You Don’t Have To Swallow Your Gun”

Psychiatry, Addiction & Lifestyle Medicine | Dr. Efosa Airuehia “Dr. Air” | Funky Brain Podcast

Dr. Efosa Airuehia is known by his patients as Dr. Air. He is a quadruple board certified in General Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine.

Dr. Air acquired his psychiatry training in the West Midlands School of Psychiatry, Birmingham, England. He obtained his membership with the Royal College of Psychiatrists, England.  Dr. Air subsequently moved to the United States where he completed his residency training in General Psychiatry and an additional training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry with the University of Missouri.

Dr. Air’s training and work experience earned him a good reputation as a professional in the field of psychiatry. As a physician, he uses a holistic evidence-based approach to treatment of various mental health disorders and addictions.

Websites: https://www.primepsychiatrymd.com 

https://www.primewc.com/ 

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/efosa-airuehia-md-dabam-dipablm-fapa-4a172a74

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Thanks for watching The Funky Brain Podcast with Dennis Berry.

Dennis is a Life Coach for Addiction Recovery and Life Mastery. If you are struggling with any type of addiction like alcohol, food, porn, drugs, or shopping, reach out for help. Asking for help is the first step in solving the addiction puzzle.

Maybe you’re not struggling with an addiction, but you are simply “stuck” in life and don’t know how to push through. Dennis is the master in helping people get laser-focused, accomplishing their goals and dreams, and achieving life mastery on every level.

Dennis works with people worldwide and currently has clients in England, Australia, and India. Zoom is a beautiful tool for helping people all over the world.

If you like what you see, and you’d like to hire Dennis to speak at your next event, he is the best motivational keynote speaker on the planet. He brings a ton of energy, experience, motivation, and inspiration to the table. His fun, witty, unique spin on life, with a touch of humor, will leave you motivated to get out there and improve yourself.

Website: https://www.DennisBerry.com

Email: contact@dennisberry.com

LinkedIn: dennisberry1

Facebook: @LifeCoach.DennisBerry

You can buy his best-selling book on Amazon – Funky Wisdom: A Practical Guide to Life

A Comedian Talks Depression & Suicide feat. Frank King

“(If someone suicidal comes to you…) it often doesn’t matter what you say in a moment like that, it’s the fact that you step out of your comfort zone and say something.”

In this week’s episode I am joined by “The Mental Health Comedian”, Frank King. Frank is a comedian and TEDx Talk Coach with a passion for sharing his story of living with depression and “chronic suicidality”. Frank has a gift of bringing humor into some really dark topics. Please tune into this episode to…

– Learn how to support those who are depressed

-Learn how to determine if you are depressed

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– What you can do if you are

Connect with Frank:

https://www.thementalhealthcomedian.com/frank-king-speaking/

Frank King

https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealthcomedian/

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Charlotte Mangin — Award Winning Filmmaker Documenting Unsung Heroines

Charlotte Mangin is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and the creator, executive producer, and director of UNLADYLIKE2020. She spent five years on the production staff of National Geographic Television & Film, reporting from the jungles of the Amazon to the Himalayan Mountains, and five years as a story producer for PBS’s award-winning international affairs series “Wide Angle”. Her hour-long program, “Class of 2006”, about women’s rights in Morocco, won an International Documentary Award, and in 2012 and 2013, she was nominated for 4 Emmy Awards for producing a 4-part archival documentary series for Thirteen/WNET in celebration of the flagship public television station’s 50th anniversary. Learn more at Unladylike2020.com.

Check out https://copenotes.com/zestful for an innovative app that supports mental health.

Find out more about the Zestful Aging Podcast at ZestfulAging.com

Nick Morton | Stories on Addiction and Redemption | Funky Brain Podcast with Dennis Berry

Nick Morton is a stand up comedian, screen writer, and film maker. He lives in Los Angeles and he has been working in the film industry for twenty years. He has worked for companies such as Phoenix Pictures, Crusader Entertainment, Whitewater Films, and William Morris.

Nick has been involved in many films such as Fat Kid Rules the World, Ray, Sahara and Afternoon Delight. He also wrote the pilot episode of “Halfway There” which premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

He is also a podcaster and the host of the “The Drunkalogues”. The Drunkalogues is a podcast about addiction and recovery where guests share their stories on addiction and redemption.

Website: http://mortonopoulis.com/

Podcast: https://thedrunkalogues.libsyn.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mortonopoulis

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-morton-20157510/

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Thanks for watching The Funky Brain Podcast with Dennis Berry.

Dennis is a Life Coach for Addiction Recovery and Life Mastery. If you are struggling with any type of addiction like alcohol, food, porn, drugs, or shopping, reach out for help. Asking for help is the first step in solving the addiction puzzle.

Maybe you’re not struggling with an addiction, but you are simply “stuck” in life and don’t know how to push through. Dennis is the master in helping people get laser-focused, accomplishing their goals and dreams, and achieving life mastery on every level.

Dennis works with people worldwide and currently has clients in England, Australia, and India. Zoom is a beautiful tool for helping people all over the world.

If you like what you see, and you’d like to hire Dennis to speak at your next event, he is the best motivational keynote speaker on the planet. He brings a ton of energy, experience, motivation, and inspiration to the table. His fun, witty, unique spin on life, with a touch of humor, will leave you motivated to get out there and improve yourself.

Website: https://www.DennisBerry.com

Email: contact@dennisberry.com

LinkedIn: dennisberry1

Facebook: @LifeCoach.DennisBerry

You can buy his best-selling book on Amazon – Funky Wisdom: A Practical Guide to Life

The Power To Heal Thyself

As Holistic Healing is making a rise in modern medicine, today we take a dive into one of the most widely known practices out there, Reiki. While many may question the method itself, many more can attest to its miraculous healing potentiality. Join us as we interview a Reiki practitioner who also healed herself in the process.

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