Having trouble coping with the stress and isolation of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic?
If you're stressed out, struggling to sleep, experiencing family friction, or having one too many quarantinis, please consider attending a live online summit this Friday, April 3rd. It's completely *free*, and I'll be one of the expert panelists.
The webinar is from 12 - 3 PM Central Time ( 1-4 pm Eastern Time ). I'll be speaking from 2-2:30 EST about what you need to do during the day to get better sleep at night. And then I'll lead a guided imagery to help you prime your body to get a good night's rest.
The other panelists will be talking about how to ease tension in your body and mind, navigate relationship challenges, and how to know if you need to dial back your cocktail consumption. They are lovely people who really know their stuff.
You can sign up for FREE and join the zoom webinar at any time on Friday while it's live, OR you can pay a small amount to get the recording and listen later.
I hope you'll join us for an informative afternoon full of proven strategies so you can both survive and thrive under our current circumstances.
Radio and Podcasts
I've been doing a number of radio and podcast interviews as well as print and online magazine interviews about integrative pain management, hypnosis, meditation, intuition, and more. Check my Twitter and Facebook for details about upcoming interviews (many of which are available on iTunes). Here are the ones that are currently available:
Minds & Mics: I spoke with Psychologist Nick Wignall about all things hypnosis - myths, facts, and how to best use hypnosis to feel and live better. You'll love Nick's conversational style (plus, he has *the* perfect voice for podcasting). And he was kind enough to link to an array of interesting things that we discussed during our interview, including a video showing surgery with hypnosis as the sole analgesia.
eCareDiary: Mind-Body Tools to Enhance Sleep for Older Adults (13:13 min). In this podcast interview, I go beyond sleep hygiene to discuss other mind-body tools, such as mindfulness, guided imagery and hypnosis, and binaural beats (brainwave entrainment) to help manage insomnia and foster better sleep in general. I also discuss some of the reasons that we have more sleep issues as we age, as well as shed light on myths about sleep, and mention health behaviors that can interfere with good quality sleep. The tips discussed here apply not only to adults and caregivers, but generally.
Inquisitive Souls with Jason MacKenzie - "Emotional Tai Chi" (72 min). In this interview, Jason and I spoke about everything from the difference between therapy and coaching, hypnosis and everyday trances, how our pasts can predict our futures (and how to change this), why it's much better to take a "Tai Chi" rather than a boxing approach when you are trying to help someone change, men's mental health, and much, much more!
LA Talk Radio: All Things Therapy with Lisa Tahir (47:42 min) . In this interview, broadcast online and on FaceBook Live, Lisa and I spoke about a range of topics - integrative medicine, chronic pain management, hypnosis, intuition, and more!
WBZ Women's Watch (1 min). A quick interview about chronic pain management.
Smart People Podcast: Hypnosis, Biofeedback and Brain Hacks . On this iTunes top-rated podcast, we discussed everything from hypnosis to biofeedback, integrative medicine, brain hacks, intuition and more.
RadioMD: Talk Healthy Today, with Lisa Davis, MPH : New Approaches to Pain Management (19:46)
WEOL Radio (Running time: 12:42 min)
WMST Midmornings on Main with Dan Manley (One-hour long interview begins at 40:40)
KMA Land radio (running time 9:26 min)
RadioMD: Mindful Medicine with Dr. HoMlly Lucille : Master Plan for Long-Term Wellness (27:05 min)
Healthwatch with Dr. David Naimon (28:36 min)
Holistic A-Hole (51) : Hypnosis, Mental Imagery, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. We also discuss how gut health affects emotional health, emotional eating, and more.
Print and Online
Parade Magazine: I was interviewed about how guided imagery, hypnosis and mindfulness can help people to stop touching their faces or biting their nails and stay safer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
My piece in ThriveGlobal.com on why it's worth developing your intuition.
"KO Chronic Headaches" - I'm quoted in the print version of Woman's World talking about why caffeine can help with headaches.
Think you might be in a one-sided relationship? I'm quoted on Famifi (formerly FamilyShare.com) talking about how you'll know if you are, and what you can do about it (and when you can't).
I 've been quoted in the follow Bustle.com articles:
Dealing with a phobia - a severe and irrational fear of something? I had the pleasure of helping a lovely young woman overcome a longstanding fear of driving using hypnosis. Read the article here.
Struggling with a habit like nailbiting? Using hypnosis, I helped the beauty editor at O Magazine to get control over her nailbiting and finally love her hands! Read the article here.
I'm quoted in Shape Magazine about how hypnosis can help with weight loss. Read the article here.
Want to learn simple tips for staying healthy this season? I tell you how on page 116 of Woman's Day.
I discuss how visualization and imagery can help you live a healthier life for Health Magazine. Read the article here .
For a blast from the past, you can hear Teachers College, Columbia University President Susan Fuhrman's address during the 2009 doctoral hooding ceremony. I was one of two students Dr. Furhman spoke about (beginning at 9:18) as part of her themed talk, "Be the Change You Want to See."
I now have a YouTube channel where I post brief, free videos on hypnosis, intuition, relationships, and more.