Brian Fleming On PTSD

Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Brian Fleming
Guest Bio: Brian Fleming is a combat veteran, international speaker, and No. 1 best-selling author. His talks about overcoming adversity and finding success are in constant demand. In his book, REDEPLOYED, Brian talks about the challenges that returning veterans face and how they can succeed when they return to civilian life. With an estimated 46,000 to 56,000 veterans coming home in the next 18 months, his message is more timely than ever: Combat veterans are at significantly high risk for PTSD, divorce, substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Whether you’re a veteran, know someone who is, or are simply struggling with life’s challenges, Brian has something to say to you.

Segment Overview:
Brian Fleming discusses why he feels that PTSD is not a “disorder”. He claims that the reactions that a person has to a traumatic experience are perfectly normal.

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Brian Fleming’s Diagnosis And The Inspiration For His State Of Mind

Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Brian Fleming
Guest Bio: Brian Fleming is a combat veteran, international speaker, and No. 1 best-selling author. His talks about overcoming adversity and finding success are in constant demand. In his book, REDEPLOYED, Brian talks about the challenges that returning veterans face and how they can succeed when they return to civilian life. With an estimated 46,000 to 56,000 veterans coming home in the next 18 months, his message is more timely than ever: Combat veterans are at significantly high risk for PTSD, divorce, substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Whether you’re a veteran, know someone who is, or are simply struggling with life’s challenges, Brian has something to say to you.

Segment Overview:
Brian Fleming talks about his experiences as he tried to transition back into civilian life. Also discussed are medication issues associated with his diagnosis and the inspiration for his state of mind and his book “REDEPLOYED”.

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Brian Fleming Gives An In Depth Look At His Experiences

Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Brian Fleming
Guest Bio: Brian Fleming is a combat veteran, international speaker, and No. 1 best-selling author. His talks about overcoming adversity and finding success are in constant demand. In his book, REDEPLOYED, Brian talks about the challenges that returning veterans face and how they can succeed when they return to civilian life. With an estimated 46,000 to 56,000 veterans coming home in the next 18 months, his message is more timely than ever: Combat veterans are at significantly high risk for PTSD, divorce, substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Whether you’re a veteran, know someone who is, or are simply struggling with life’s challenges, Brian has something to say to you.

Segment Overview:
Brian Fleming gives an in-depth look at his experiences being attacked by a suicide bomber, and his second encounter with being the victim of enemy attack. He discusses his hospital stay and some of the things that made him decide not to give up but to help others who have been through experiences that bring about the onset of PTSD.

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Methods By Which Veterans Can Take Control Of Their Mental Health Issues

Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Brian Fleming
Guest Bio: Brian Fleming is a combat veteran, international speaker, and No. 1 best-selling author. His talks about overcoming adversity and finding success are in constant demand. In his book, REDEPLOYED, Brian talks about the challenges that returning veterans face and how they can succeed when they return to civilian life. With an estimated 46,000 to 56,000 veterans coming home in the next 18 months, his message is more timely than ever: Combat veterans are at significantly high risk for PTSD, divorce, substance abuse, depression, and suicide. Whether you’re a veteran, know someone who is, or are simply struggling with life’s challenges, Brian has something to say to you.

Segment Overview:
Brian Fleming discusses methods by which veterans can take control of their mental health issues. He also talks about how his book REDEPLOYED is helping others. Also touched on are ways that a veteran can help his doctor to better understand the particular mindset and experiences of combat vets.

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The Connection Between Parenting A Child And The Resulting Emotional Health Impact When As That Child Grows

ROBIN GRILLE
Presenter: NIYATI LIBOTTE IV
Guest: ROBIN GRILLE
Guest Bio: Robin Grille is a father, a psychologist in private practice with twenty years’ experience, and a parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published in Australia and overseas. Robin’s first book:’Parenting for a Peaceful World‘ (2005) has received international acclaim and led to speaking engagements around Australia, USA and New Zealand. ‘Heart to Heart Parenting‘ (ABC Books) is Robin’s second book. A passionate speaker and social change activist, Robin’s extensive research has led him to feel that improved attention to babies’ and children’s emotional needs is the most powerful way to move societies toward sustainability and peace.

Segment Overview:
Introduction to the work of Robin Grille, clinical Psychologist, author and Parenting specialist. Robin outlines the connection between parenting a child and the resulting emotional health impact when as that child grows. He introduces the concept of how childhood traumas have a quantifiable neurological and chemical impact on brain development.

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How Childhood Traumas Have A Quantifiable Neurological And Chemical Impact On Brain Development

ROBIN GRILLE
Presenter: NIYATI LIBOTTE IV
Guest: ROBIN GRILLE
Guest Bio: Robin Grille is a father, a psychologist in private practice with twenty years’ experience, and a parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published in Australia and overseas. Robin’s first book:’Parenting for a Peaceful World‘ (2005) has received international acclaim and led to speaking engagements around Australia, USA and New Zealand. ‘Heart to Heart Parenting‘ (ABC Books) is Robin’s second book. A passionate speaker and social change activist, Robin’s extensive research has led him to feel that improved attention to babies’ and children’s emotional needs is the most powerful way to move societies toward sustainability and peace.

Segment Overview:
Robin Grille develops the concept of how childhood traumas have a quantifiable neurological and chemical impact on brain development. He outlines how serious violent offenders are not born that way but have trauma within their childhood experience. He advocates more active and hands-on parenting and goes on to explain how parenting is a community responsibility. He highlights the failure in current Australian support policy (e.g. parental leave entitlements) to support parents to spend time with their children and create adults that are emotionally balanced, physically healthy and socially responsible.

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The Ideal Parenting Environment For A Healthy Child

ROBIN GRILLE
Presenter: NIYATI LIBOTTE IV
Guest: ROBIN GRILLE
Guest Bio: Robin Grille is a father, a psychologist in private practice with twenty years’ experience, and a parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published in Australia and overseas. Robin’s first book:’Parenting for a Peaceful World‘ (2005) has received international acclaim and led to speaking engagements around Australia, USA and New Zealand. ‘Heart to Heart Parenting‘ (ABC Books) is Robin’s second book. A passionate speaker and social change activist, Robin’s extensive research has led him to feel that improved attention to babies’ and children’s emotional needs is the most powerful way to move societies toward sustainability and peace.

Segment Overview:
Robin Grille discusses the ideal parenting environment for a healthy child: one where breastfeeding, parental leave and hands on parenting is favoured. He believes this leads to greater economic and social productivity as adults but requires cultural change in policy. He outlines how emotional wellbeing is the new frontier. He discusses the neurochemical changes that occur with improvements to connection and interaction with a young child.

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The Complex Hormonal Diet That Contributes Emotional Health

ROBIN GRILLE
Presenter: NIYATI LIBOTTE IV
Guest: ROBIN GRILLE
Guest Bio: Robin Grille is a father, a psychologist in private practice with twenty years’ experience, and a parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published in Australia and overseas. Robin’s first book:’Parenting for a Peaceful World‘ (2005) has received international acclaim and led to speaking engagements around Australia, USA and New Zealand. ‘Heart to Heart Parenting‘ (ABC Books) is Robin’s second book. A passionate speaker and social change activist, Robin’s extensive research has led him to feel that improved attention to babies’ and children’s emotional needs is the most powerful way to move societies toward sustainability and peace.

Segment Overview:
Robin Grille explains the complex hormonal diet that contributes emotional health. He cites the effects of neurochemicals like oxytocin on the emotional wellbeing of children. Robin outlines the history of parenting and how children’s physical health has improved in recent decades. He also outlines cultural differences in parenting and the changes in family planning. He looks at child abuse and changes to societal norms. He outlines how as a result levels of violence in society as a result of mental health issues is diminishing.

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The Difference Between Hurt And Emotional Damage

ROBIN GRILLE
Presenter: NIYATI LIBOTTE IV
Guest: ROBIN GRILLE
Guest Bio: Robin Grille is a father, a psychologist in private practice with twenty years’ experience, and a parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published in Australia and overseas. Robin’s first book:’Parenting for a Peaceful World’ (2005) has received international acclaim and led to speaking engagements around Australia, USA and New Zealand. ‘Heart to Heart Parenting’ (ABC Books) is Robin’s second book. A passionate speaker and social change activist, Robin’s extensive research has led him to feel that improved attention to babies’ and children’s emotional needs is the most powerful way to move societies toward sustainability and peace.

Segment Overview:
Robin Grille concludes that trauma in childhood is unavoidable but outlines the difference between hurt and emotional damage. He outlines the differences between emotional, narrative and body memory. Expressions of these traumas may present years down the track in an irrational way- he feels emotional reactivity can be an aftermath from trauma as early as the 3rd trimester in the womb. He highlights how best to deal with troubled children and discusses how coaching of parents and educators to deal more empathically leads to amazing leaps in their condition. He offers other trials and studies in this interesting area of early childhood trauma management. He provides information on how to find further information in this area.

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The Importance Of Each Patient’s Story As It Pertains To His Or Her Healthcare

leana wen
Presenter: Emily
Guest: Dr Leana Wen
Guest Bio: Leana Wen, M.D., M.S.c, is an emergency physician and Director of Patient-Centered Care Research at George Washington University. Inspired by her own childhood illness and then her mother’s long battle with cancer, Dr. Wen is passionate about guiding patients to advocate for better care. A noted physician, research, and patient advocate, she is the author of the best-selling book,When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests. http://drleanawen.com/

Segment Overview:
Dr. Wen discusses her new book, including the events in her own life and experiences from her practice that prompted its writing. We also discuss the importance of each patient’s story as it pertains to his or her healthcare

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