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Episode 30- A device to combat Depression, Anxiety, and Insomnia?

Episode 30- A device to combat Depression, Anxiety, and Insomnia?

Join Chip Fisher, Founder and President of Fisher Wallace Laboratories and I  as we discuss the revolutionary device that he and his company are offering the world to combat the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and insomnia. No side effects, no medications. A natural way to bring homeostasis that has been used since ancient times.

After his partner had dealt with the severe symptoms of PTSD following 9/11 they discovered a poorly marketed device, the LISS Cranial Stimulator. It has done wonders for them and countless others. I was very pleased to have him on the show to tell their story and offer a device to my audience that can truly help them and their loved ones.

Chip Fisher at TEDx 2016

Children, Mental Health, and the Government

Why are we failing children in the system? What is happening to Government support? Can voters change it? Did colorado fail the last Federal Audit? 

Dr. Skip Barber is a licensed clinical psychologist who advocates on behalf of kids, their

families and the agencies that serve them.

Dr. Barber has been integral in several public policy

initiatives including leading the effort to create the Facility School Unit and playing a

major role in the efforts to establish adequate rates of reimbursement for child welfare,

youth correction and child mental health services. At the University of Phoenix, Dr.

Barber served as the Lead Faculty member for the Counseling Department from 2008

until 2017.




Episode 28- Gangbanging, Tattoos, and Paying it Forward

Join World Renowned Tattoo Artist and Former Gang Member Freddy Negrete as we talk about his childhood, road to destruction, and the dramatic change that occurred in his life.

Legendary tattoo artist Freddy Negrete is best known for his pioneering black-and-gray tattoo style, honed while serving time in the California State Prison system during a youth mired in abuse, gang life, and drug addiction. His “prison-style” designs eventually found their way out onto the streets of East LA and, in 1980, he created a piece that earned him a Tattoo Artist of the Year award. Freddy has been featured in the History Channel’s Marked series, in the documentary Tattoo Nation, on Spike TV’s Inkmaster as a guest judge, and in numerous print and online media. He has worked as a technical consultant and tattoo artist on over 30 Hollywood films including Batman, Blade, Con Air, Falling Down and Austin Powers. He currently works at The Shamrock Social Club on the Sunset Strip with his son, Isaiah and has been a volunteer counselor at the Beit T’Shuvah residential treatment center for almost 10 years. His memoir, Smile Now, Cry Later, cowritten with Steve Jones, was released in 2016.


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Jails, Institutions, and Death. Caleb’s Story

Caleb tells his story, beginning at age 9 and now in his 20’s, he looks at life, death, jail, and recovery with a honest account of his struggle. He joins host Aaron Huey, founder of Firemountain Residential Treatment Center, 

Parents call my office everyday asking for support, advice, and help with their teens. In this video series, I answer tough questions from parents about raising teens.  Watch the video  to hear about a popular lie your teen may (or may have already) tried on you.

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Episode 27- The Trauma Therapist Project

Join the founder, Guy Macpherson and I as we delve deep into trauma and the great work he is doing to spotlight this important topic. Guy has had the chance to interview the top experts in the field including Dr Gabor Mate, Peter Levine and Sebastian Junger who wrote bestsellers such as “The Perfect Storm” and “The Last Patrol.”

Guy Macpherson, PhD, is a husband, a father of two, and holds a doctorate in clinical psychology. He has spent the last several years studying the impact and treatment of trauma, and early psychosis. 

In 2014, Guy founded  The Trauma Therapist Project  with the goals of raising the awareness of trauma and creating an educational and supportive community for new trauma workers.

The Trauma Therapist Project  has now grown to include  The Trauma Therapist | Podcast , now being listened to in more than 160 countries around the world, as well as Trauma Therapist | 2.0 , an online membership community specifically dedicated to educating and inspiring trauma workers just starting out on their trauma-informed journey. 

Guy’s focus currently is on creating a vibrant, global community to support, educate and inspire new trauma workers, as well as to upend the present way that trauma is taught at the graduate level.

Check out his show in ITunes @ The Trauma Therapist Podcast

He can also be found on FB @ The Trauma Therapist Project





Episode 26- Travis Martin, Chapter One Foundation, and the “Hope Dealer.”

Episode 26- The Chapter One Foundation

Join Founder, Travis Martin, as we discuss his last days in the fire service and how he turned his darkness and despair into a new creation as a “hope dealer. Travis was a career fireman in Florida for many years until the demons of his past and the stressors of the job culminated in a suicide attempt and losing everything. His story of inspriation is a message of hope for all. Below is an excerpt form his biography.

In my own life, I continue to battle the PTS beast. In September of 2017 I had to spend a month at the IAFF center of excellence in Upper Marlboro, MD. The peers I met are now friends for life. I grew a lot from that experience. In fact, I discovered my ability and gift for art. When I returned home, I enrolled in Full Sail University for Computer Animation. Month in and I am crushing it. But daily I live this recovery. It’s bad lows sometimes lasting days not weeks any more. My kids, family, and friends are still very unsure of my recovery but I do my best to do the things I need to do to keep me healthy.  I put all my heart and passion into Chapter 1 and my college classes. I hope to work as a graphic designer/animator in less than three years. I also hope to have a Chapter 1 Foundation in every major city by 2025.


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What about school?

Aaron Huey, founder of Firemountain Residential Treatment Program, and Ed Porritt discuss the current paradigm of education and alternatives for students who require a greater need. Is the system so broken that it can’t be fixed? No matter how much the teachers try, the overwhelm gets in the way of being able to meet the individual students needs, Not to mention a teen at risk and the immediate attention they require.

Ed is endorsed in special education and gifted education and has taught grades 5-12 in an array of school settings. As principal, he has designed several schools and programs that have helped hundreds of struggling students, including students who have experienced trauma or have anxiety, depression and other mental health-related challenges. For Years, Ed’s programs have helped students reassemble fragmented pieces or rediscover buried potential, and learn about their strengths and challenges.

Eventually, they develop resiliency, thrive in a community, meet educational milestones, and move on optimistic about living full, meaningful lives.


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