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The Theory of Change Podcast

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The Theory of Change Podcast
The Theory of Change Podcast

The Theory of Change Podcast

theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com (theoryofchangepod

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The Theory of Change Podcast showcases topics relevant to counselors and counselor educators. The hosts of this podcast discuss counseling theory, social/cultural issues, and the working dynamics of the modern practitioner. Our guests are leading thinkers and practitioners in counseling and related fields that exemplify excellence and expertise in their respective disciplines. HostsDr. Alfredo Palacios Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Auburn University and graduate of The University of New Mexico. Dylan Gunther Doctoral student in Counselor Education at Auburn UniversityEmail: theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.comMusic by The Passion HiFi

Latest Episodes

AHC Fireside Chat: What is Human Nature?

This is a bonus episode of the podcast brought to you in collaboration with the Association of Humanistic Counseling. Fireside Chats are, spontaneous, free form conversations where counselors gather and discuss topics relevant to this year's theme; "raising the question of what it means to be human." The topic of tonight's dialogue seeks to answer the question, what is human nature? Contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

63 MIN1 days ago
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AHC Fireside Chat: What is Human Nature?

Applications of Humanistic Counseling Part I: Counseling Ex-Offenders

On this episode we learn from Dr. Mark Scholl, an associate professor of counseling at Wake Forest University, about his work in counseling the ex-offender population. His scholarship focuses on culturally responsive approaches to counseling and supervision; Existential counseling and psychotherapy; Constructivist approaches to counseling; Career counseling with ex-offenders & individuals with disabilities. Contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.co

46 MIN1 weeks ago
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Applications of Humanistic Counseling Part I: Counseling Ex-Offenders

I Believe You: Survivor Advocacy on College Campuses

We meet Melissa Sawyer, a counselor who is the Coordinator of Violence Prevention and Survivor Advocacy for Safe Harbor at Auburn University. We discus students and teachers who experience interpersonal violence, sexual assault and will include topics like the physiological and neurological components of sexual assault to the legal barriers and implications for reporting. wp.auburn.edu/healthandwellness/safe-harbor theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

50 MIN3 weeks ago
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I Believe You: Survivor Advocacy on College Campuses

The Family Meal: An Introduction to Culinary Arts Therapy

On this episode we meet Julia Ohana LMSW. She has pioneered Culinary Arts Therapy. She uses cooking as a mode of healing and bonding. She talks about cooking, relationships, and using clients' kitchens as setting for self development and therapy. Visit her website athttps://www.culinaryarttherapy.com contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

40 MINAUG 14
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The Family Meal: An Introduction to Culinary Arts Therapy

Bearing Witness: The Essentials of Disaster Mental Health

Dr. Lennis Echterling is a licensed clinical psychologist and professor in the Department of Psychology at James Madison University. Dr. Echterling’s research focuses on crisis intervention, resilience/thriving, disaster/terrorism. We will explore the role of the mental health professional in relief efforts for disasters along with some of the components of post traumatic growth and helping survivors cope with extreme loss. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi

55 MINAUG 8
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Bearing Witness: The Essentials of Disaster Mental Health

The Narratives of Immigrant Youth

On this episode we meet Rafael Martinez, a PhD Candidate in Chicano and Chicana Studies at the University of New Mexico.His research conducts a deep social, historical and political analysis of immigrant rights and undocumented youth. We discuss identity, activism and working with immigrant youth. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

66 MINAUG 1
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The Narratives of Immigrant Youth

Talking Tough Topics with Children

On this episode of the podcast our hosts Dr. Alfredo Palacios, Dylan Gunther, and Dr. Jessica Tyler sit and discuss what to consider when talking to children about challenging topics. We discuss strategies for communicating with children and having those hard conversations in a developmentally appropriate way. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

50 MINJUL 25
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Talking Tough Topics with Children

The Hat Trick: Counseling the Human, the Student, the Athlete

In this episode we are joined by Lindsay Portella who is a counselor in private practice and doctoral student at Auburn University. This episode’s discussion identifies some of the issue’s athletes experience regarding mental health that occur as a result of the expectations for performance placed upon them. She delves into the implications that exist surrounding student athlete identity development, transition and the existential crisis that can occur following the end of an athlete’s college career.

50 MINJUL 6
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The Hat Trick: Counseling the Human, the Student, the Athlete

Meet Me Where I Am: Harm Reduction & Recovery

A graduate of the University of New Mexico Dr. Stark is currently an EMDR trained clinician at the Trauma Treatment Center and Research Facility, and newly appointed assistant professor of counseling with the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Her clinical specialties include trauma processing and integration, substance abuse and addictive behaviors, crisis intervention, LGBTQ+ issues, serious mental illness, and medical cannabis as a mental health and medical intervention.

51 MINJUN 18
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Meet Me Where I Am: Harm Reduction & Recovery

Return to the Breath: Being Present Through Mindfulness

This episode of the Theory of Change Podcast involves discussing the uses of mindfulness in practice and daily life, which highlights topics that center around the benefits to health and wellness that can occur as a result of integrating mindfulness techniques into your daily life. The show ends with a guided relaxation exercise to expose listeners to one of the many ways to be mindful

44 MINJUN 5
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Return to the Breath: Being Present Through Mindfulness

Latest Episodes

AHC Fireside Chat: What is Human Nature?

This is a bonus episode of the podcast brought to you in collaboration with the Association of Humanistic Counseling. Fireside Chats are, spontaneous, free form conversations where counselors gather and discuss topics relevant to this year's theme; "raising the question of what it means to be human." The topic of tonight's dialogue seeks to answer the question, what is human nature? Contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

63 MIN1 days ago
Comments
AHC Fireside Chat: What is Human Nature?

Applications of Humanistic Counseling Part I: Counseling Ex-Offenders

On this episode we learn from Dr. Mark Scholl, an associate professor of counseling at Wake Forest University, about his work in counseling the ex-offender population. His scholarship focuses on culturally responsive approaches to counseling and supervision; Existential counseling and psychotherapy; Constructivist approaches to counseling; Career counseling with ex-offenders & individuals with disabilities. Contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.co

46 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Applications of Humanistic Counseling Part I: Counseling Ex-Offenders

I Believe You: Survivor Advocacy on College Campuses

We meet Melissa Sawyer, a counselor who is the Coordinator of Violence Prevention and Survivor Advocacy for Safe Harbor at Auburn University. We discus students and teachers who experience interpersonal violence, sexual assault and will include topics like the physiological and neurological components of sexual assault to the legal barriers and implications for reporting. wp.auburn.edu/healthandwellness/safe-harbor theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

50 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
I Believe You: Survivor Advocacy on College Campuses

The Family Meal: An Introduction to Culinary Arts Therapy

On this episode we meet Julia Ohana LMSW. She has pioneered Culinary Arts Therapy. She uses cooking as a mode of healing and bonding. She talks about cooking, relationships, and using clients' kitchens as setting for self development and therapy. Visit her website athttps://www.culinaryarttherapy.com contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

40 MINAUG 14
Comments
The Family Meal: An Introduction to Culinary Arts Therapy

Bearing Witness: The Essentials of Disaster Mental Health

Dr. Lennis Echterling is a licensed clinical psychologist and professor in the Department of Psychology at James Madison University. Dr. Echterling’s research focuses on crisis intervention, resilience/thriving, disaster/terrorism. We will explore the role of the mental health professional in relief efforts for disasters along with some of the components of post traumatic growth and helping survivors cope with extreme loss. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi

55 MINAUG 8
Comments
Bearing Witness: The Essentials of Disaster Mental Health

The Narratives of Immigrant Youth

On this episode we meet Rafael Martinez, a PhD Candidate in Chicano and Chicana Studies at the University of New Mexico.His research conducts a deep social, historical and political analysis of immigrant rights and undocumented youth. We discuss identity, activism and working with immigrant youth. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

66 MINAUG 1
Comments
The Narratives of Immigrant Youth

Talking Tough Topics with Children

On this episode of the podcast our hosts Dr. Alfredo Palacios, Dylan Gunther, and Dr. Jessica Tyler sit and discuss what to consider when talking to children about challenging topics. We discuss strategies for communicating with children and having those hard conversations in a developmentally appropriate way. contact us at theoryofchangepodcast@gmail.com Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com

50 MINJUL 25
Comments
Talking Tough Topics with Children

The Hat Trick: Counseling the Human, the Student, the Athlete

In this episode we are joined by Lindsay Portella who is a counselor in private practice and doctoral student at Auburn University. This episode’s discussion identifies some of the issue’s athletes experience regarding mental health that occur as a result of the expectations for performance placed upon them. She delves into the implications that exist surrounding student athlete identity development, transition and the existential crisis that can occur following the end of an athlete’s college career.

50 MINJUL 6
Comments
The Hat Trick: Counseling the Human, the Student, the Athlete

Meet Me Where I Am: Harm Reduction & Recovery

A graduate of the University of New Mexico Dr. Stark is currently an EMDR trained clinician at the Trauma Treatment Center and Research Facility, and newly appointed assistant professor of counseling with the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Her clinical specialties include trauma processing and integration, substance abuse and addictive behaviors, crisis intervention, LGBTQ+ issues, serious mental illness, and medical cannabis as a mental health and medical intervention.

51 MINJUN 18
Comments
Meet Me Where I Am: Harm Reduction & Recovery

Return to the Breath: Being Present Through Mindfulness

This episode of the Theory of Change Podcast involves discussing the uses of mindfulness in practice and daily life, which highlights topics that center around the benefits to health and wellness that can occur as a result of integrating mindfulness techniques into your daily life. The show ends with a guided relaxation exercise to expose listeners to one of the many ways to be mindful

44 MINJUN 5
Comments
Return to the Breath: Being Present Through Mindfulness