MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer
Daily relationship and mental health show hosted by psychotherapist, Pamela Brewer; an expansive look at the world at large from a mental health perspective.
Bite Size Pieces
My name is Connie Rogers, a Certified Integrative Nutritional Holistic Health Coach, a Reiki Master, Radio Show Host, Published Author, Professional Blogger and Owner of bitesizepieces.net and weightlossforlifechange.com. As a health coach I work together with my clients as we open a door that empowers them to rewrite their life, one “bite size step” at a time. Today we are up close and personal with Dr. Larry Berkelhammer and his new book, “In Your Own Hands”.
RN FM Radio
We know that many nurses are waking up to the fact that healthcare is changing along with the world at large. And as the world changes, nursing needs to keep pace as our industry simultaneously flexes its muscle of transformation. RN.FM Radio is the platform that brings you the highlights of this paradigm shift, and provides insightful content on how to evolve as a nurse and catapult your career.
The Janet Love Show
Our world is changing fast and we need answers to the challenges we face in all arenas that effect our most important asset, our body and our health! The Janet Love Show is a destination for show topics that provoke conversation about spirituality, health, wellness and living the intuitive life.
Inner Spark Radio with Lena Gozurian
Anyone can benefit from listening to this show as he will reveal the benefits of Mindfulness, Gratitude, How to Follow Your Personal Values, and much more…!
Unleash Your Potential with Rod Beaumont and Special Guest Dr Larry Berkelhammer
International Life Coach Radio brings together 15 Life Coaches from around the US and other countries to bring free coaching to the public in multiple languages!
RNFM Radio Show
Dr. Larry Berkelhammer has lived with several chronic conditions since childhood. A long-time mindfulness practitioner faced with this reality, he became curious whether mind training could stabilize and even improve his health. Dr. Berkelhammer is a sought-after teacher on pain management and chronic illness, providing instruction in reprogramming the brain. He works at The Center for Attitudinal Healing in Sausalito, CA, as has treated clients for 19 years in private practice using psychotherapy, psychophysiology, and psychoneuroimmunology. Please join us for an enlightening conversation regarding the use of the mind and various mindfulness practices for the improvement of a vast variety of symptoms and conditions.
Talk Radio 1370AM | Let’s Get Healthy with Bill Swail
Featuring Bill Swail, RPh. This live, two hour, weekly program brings you a balanced look at the latest information on the topics of nutrition and medicine and welcomes your questions. Listen as we interview both local and internationally-renowned holistic doctors, authors and outstanding health professionals and we’ll explore the alternatives to prescription drugs together!
BlogTalk Radio: Everyday Connection
Inspiration, information and conversation… Those are the backbones of Everyday Connection and with those three things we have opened the door to an open and honest representation of our ever changing world.
Swamp Fox Radio: Dealing with Chronic Pain
Dr. Larry Berkelhammer is a psychotherapist who also deals with pain management and chronic illnesses. He himself has chronic illnesses that have led him to development treatments. He is a sought-after teacher on this topic.
I Want Motivation with host Lee
In today’s episode we will be interviewing Mind Training Expert Dr. Larry Berkelhammer. Dr. Berkelhammer teaches people to heal their chronic pain using Mind Training and mindfullness practices. After suffering from mulitple types of chronic pain and illnesses, Dr. Berkelhammer made it a mission to explore mind training to heal himself and his illnesses. He is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), one of the newer mindfulness based psychotherapies and will share his experiences and expertise with us on today’s show. If you are a chronic pain sufferer, you won’t want to miss this show.
Living With Hope with host Trudy Thomas
Welcome to a world of possibilities… Whether you have health questions (Mon & Fri) or questions that are spiritual in nature (Sat) I cover it all. Everything for the body, mind or spirit!
My guest today is Dr Larry Berkelhammer
Dr. Larry Berkelhammer, who’s been diagnosed with several chronic illnesses, says individuals have the ability to manage their pain well with mind training techniques. Dr. Berkelhammer has spent 19 years treating clients in private practice using psychotherapy, applied psychophysiology, and applied psychoneuroimmunology.
Dr. Berkelhammer teaches how to live well with serious conditions on his “Mind Training to Improve Health” blog: http://larryberkelhammer.com/. Tailor-made for people living with chronic medical challenges, and applicable to everyone, Dr. Berkelhammer shows how learning to live with conscious intention can maximize health and well-being.
Trail Blazers’ Interview #6: Interview with Grace Quantock
What if we had the ability to take our health in our own hands and lessen our pain?Dr. Larry Berkelhammer, who’s been diagnosed with several chronic illnesses, says individuals have the ability to manage their pain well with mind training techniques. Dr. Berkelhammer has spent 19 years treating clients in private practice using psychotherapy, applied psychophysiology, and applied psychoneuroimmunology.
Grace is the founder of “Sick Chick to Trail Blazer”. You can see more of her work at sickchicktotrailblazer.com
Can Mind Training Improve Your Health?
Can being intentional and mindful really have a positive impact on our health and well-being? What about those with a chronic illness? Marlo Boux of “Fit and Fabulous” radio program, discusses the mind-health connection with Larry Berkelhammer, PhD.
The Bridge to Health – Guest Larry Berkelhammer
Dr. Berkelhammer recently retired from a psychotherapy practice devoted to people living with chronic medical conditions and/or their caregivers in order to reach a larger audience through speaking, writing articles, and his forthcoming book. Having lived with several chronic illnesses himself, he has both professional and personal experience in this field. He will explore how people living with chronic illness and their family caregivers can gain full control over their lives.
The Bridge to Health – Be the Team Leader of Your Healthcare
Studies have shown that every single thought we have is ingrained into our cells and into our DNA. Over time negative thought patterns can manifest in physical illness. Because these thoughts are in our DNA any disease or illness that manifests in us can be passed on to future generations. Changing your thought patterns to positive ones can improve your emotional, spiritual, mental and physical states. Shawn Stevenson interviews researcher, mind-body medicine educator, and speaker, Dr. Larry Berkelhammer.
Dr. Karen interviews Larry Berkelhammer, PhD on how to live well (even with serious conditions) through his “Mind Training to Improve Health”. Dr. Berkelhammer has spent 19 years treating clients in private practice using psychotherapy, applied psychophysiology, and applied psychoneuroimmunology. He has been diagnosed with several chronic illnesses before but now says individuals have the ability to manage their pain well with mind training techniques. Tailor-made for people living with chronic medical challenges, and applicable to everyone, Dr. Berkelhammer’s “Mind Training to Improve Health” shows how learning to live with conscious intention can maximize health and well-being.
Dr. Larry Berkelhammer is a psychophysiologist, mind-body medicine blogger and teacher on pain management and living better with chronic illness. Dr. Larry Berkelhammer teaches people how to reprogram the brain to reduce physiological stress as well as shows how learning to live with conscious intention can maximize health and well-being.
Larry had lived the majority of his life dealing with multiple chronic conditions, (ankylosing spondylitis, subclinical inflammatory bowel disease, and immune thrombocytopenic purpura), which wern’t properly diagnosed until he was 53 years old. The “good news” was he now knew it wasn’t all in his head, he was no longer feeling alone because other people had them too. Larry decided to review all respected research on the mind’s ability to effect positive physilogical changes. He then trained with several of the world leaders in psychoneuroimmunology, psychophysiology, and psychooncology. He was a psychotherapist at the time focusing exclusively on people who had serious medical conditions.