Calm, Cool and Connected Podcast

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Dr. Chinwe Okudo is an author, a Doctoral prepared family nurse practitioner, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, and a certified Master Life Coach- who prides herself on helping others achieve a positive body image! Key Takeaways from Dr. Okudo:  •...
Self help and self improvement are two areas that draw people in on a consistent basis. But what about self reflection? Self reflection is defined as meditation or serious thought about one's character, actions, and motives. Chris Winfield-Blum is an expert on the subject matter, and he even founded his own app called “My Reflections,” to help along the way. He joins us on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.
Addiction is defined as a treatable, chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences. When people hear the word addiction, it is common to think of substances. Our guest for this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected is Patrick Chester. He spent 15 years addicted to gambling. Today, he is here to tell his story.
Today we're continuing with our retrospective featuring some of our very favorite episodes from the season thus far. Today's look back is at the fan favorite episode focusing on enneagram types and relationships.  People are all so unique, that when they come together to form a relationship- it can spell disaster! Enter Dave Glaser- a relationship coach, and host of “The Challenger Podcast.” He joins Dr. Liz on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected to talk about the enneagram and how it relates to relationships. As parents, one of the most dreaded times with our kids can be bedtime. Kids seemingly can come up with a million and one other things they would rather do than lay down and go to sleep! Morgan Winder joins Dr. Fedrick on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected to dive into the world of kids sleep, and why sleep issues could be happening with your child.
It’s often asserted that people don’t work for companies, people work for people. How employees feel about their leaders can make all the difference in productivity!
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness month. It is an important opportunity to raise awareness about mental health ailments. It’s the perfect time to educate the public, fight the stigma surrounding mental health, and have open conversations about how important mental health is.
Joining Dr. Fedrick for this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected is Kaitlyn Fernandez. She came to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas from the mental health field and is a member advocate there. She is working to help ensure that BCBSKS is a great mental health partner for Kansans.
Living 757 host and comedian Quincy Carr was coming off the best year in comedy thus far, and living his dreams- and then Covid 19 hit. Rachel Ann talks to Quincy to dive deeper into how Covid 19 has affected him personally.
Mental health is always something that is a very fragile topic. People struggle silently with mental health issues due to the taboo that used to surround mental illnesses. But what happens when you throw a global pandemic into the mix? Our guest for this episode is here to answer the question so many people are asking- “how do we stay mentally safe and healthy following covid?” Dillon Espinosa joins us to answer just that.

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