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Shannon Seymour & Susan J Sohn - Autism An Unlikely Benefit of Inclusion18/05/2016 Duration: 43min
Shannon Seymour is the founding Director of The Wellness Centre, Ltd. and licensed with the Council for Professions Allied with Medicine (CPAM) of the Health Practice Commission in the Cayman Islands. She earned a Bachelor’s degree (Honours) in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Regina, in Canada. While pursuing her studies Shannon became the first ever Canadian recipient of the prestigious graduate student grant from the American Psychological Association’s Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Shannon has a passion for community and frequently advocates for the rights of individuals and families living with mental illness and special needs. She is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association and a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Shannon’s clinical career has spanned 20 years across Canada and the Cayman Islands, where she has worked for organizations such as Family Services Canada, Health Services Canada, and
Jackie Can & Susan J Sohn - Where Forgiveness Leads29/04/2016 Duration: 01h12min
Jackie Can has lived an extraordinary life. Married at the tender age of 18 to the man of her dreams – this May would mark her 25th Anniversary. She was offered the world and nothing was denied her. She has raised two beautiful children who are now adults. She has travelled the globe and has experienced some of the finest life has to offer.Two years ago Jackie’s world came crumbling down. The walls that had been built fell and Jackie began to realise that this freedom she had lived in was her captivity. Her marriage was abusive, controlling and was riddled with infidelity. Her story is harrowing and the truth that she now lives is true freedom.Listen and hear why Jackie refuses to be called a victim and how forgiveness has given her healing and how she lives with gratitude towards the man that brought her to this place, her husband.Jackie’s story is one that will inspire, challenge and speak directly to the heart of many listeners.
Joseph Wakim Author of 'What My Daughters Taught Me'12/11/2015 Duration: 01h01min
Joseph Wakim OAM is an independent writer on human rights issues. While completing his Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Melbourne, he became one of the original volunteer street workers in the Open Family Foundation in 1984. He then established a similar street work project for homeless youth in Adelaide and is known for exposing child prostitution in the church city. He was a social worker for the Arabic-speaking community at the time of the first Gulf War in 1991. After conducting hundreds of media interviews and writing letters to the editor, Joseph was invited to write opinion columns. He has been a prolific writer ever since and his body of work is highlighted on this site. His anti-racism campaigns and initaitives earned the Commonwealth Heads of Government Violence Prevention Award in 1996. As a widowed father of three children, his writing is enriched by his personal experience with the big questions in life. His second book 'What my Daughters Taught Me' is a story of triumph and how the
Real Talk hosts Cindy Russell20/09/2015 Duration: 01h03min
Cindy Russell is an Instigator of Change. Her goal and passion to help parents and children EXPAND, EXPLORE and EXPERIENCE the full magnificence of who they really are. Her passion for this is personal, at a very young age she realised that adults couldn’t help her understand who she was. It was then when she developed severe anxiety that became a part of her every day until 1996 when I stumbled upon a kinesiologist. From that point on, she hasn't experienced anxiety since. Now a practitioner and trainer in kinesiology, Life Coaching and Neuro Linguistic Programming and for the last 17 years, she has worked with kids and adults, witnessing what happens when people of all ages unlock their inner resources and recognise their full magnificence.Cindy believes that if we all follow our instinct and intuition, trust ourselves a little more, believe in ourselves, love ourselves, life will be different. Imagine living a life like that yourself and your children as well.
Asylum Seeker Conversation with Andrew Palmer & Rachel Mills13/09/2015 Duration: 01h04min
Our GUESTS: Andrew Palmer – NSW Director of Global Interaction – the mission arm of the Baptist Church. His current role has him lecturing in New Testament and Theology at Morling College with the Plunge Program alongside training, supervising, equipping and sending cross-cultural specialists into some of the least reached people groups on the planet and helping churches develop cross-cultural understanding in their own context and abroad. Andrew received his MA exploring the theme of Reaching and Discipling Gen Y. Rachel Mills – Rachel dreams of a living in a world where every human being thrives. Her working life focuses on mobilizing students to tackle global injustice. Rachel has been part of the World Vision Australia team for 5 years. She has presented on Global Poverty issues to over 100,000 students in over 80 schools in regional areas. Rachel also runs Circle Movement alongside co-founders Kristy Fox and Adelle Laing. Circle Movement engages ordinary people in social justice issues. Rachel has comple