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Latest Episodes

Danger of a Diagnosis

An accurate diagnosis is critical to obtaining the right course of treatment; however, many traditional diagnoses are umbrella terms, not specific to the actual problem and may not be telling the whole story. What’s more is that being “diagnosed” with an illness, a disease or an injury can become a roadblock towards making forward progress and lead to hopelessness, fear, guilt and frustration. Tune in as our certified athletic trainers unpack the dangers of a diagnosis, how it can impact a patient’s physical & mental wellbeing as well as how providers can better communicate so that their patients feel hopeful and empowered.

43 MINJAN 7
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Danger of a Diagnosis

Navigating Eating Out and Nutrition While Traveling

Staying on track with your healthy nutrition goals when traveling for business or eating out at restaurants can be a challenge in today’s fast-paced, fast-food world. Choosing the healthier option is easier said than done. In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitians, Kodi Watson and Cary Skelton, share some tips and strategies when it comes to navigating eating out and adding in good nutrition while traveling. They’ll offer some advice for controlling your food intake, how to practice mindful eating and remind us to tap into our hunger and fullness cues. Show notes: • Hunger Scale: https://wiki.cerner.com/display/HAC/Hunger+Scale • Mindful and Intuitive Eating: https://wiki.cerner.com/display/HAC/Mindful+and+Intuitive+Eating • Cerner U.S. health plan members can get started with RD services: Members located in Pennsylvania can meet with a Registered Dietitian through Anuva Health. To get started, visit Anvua Health (https://anuvahealth.com/) or call 833.692.6882. Members located in Missouri and Kansas can meet onsite or virtually with a Registered Dietitian through the Healthe Clinic. To get started log into HealtheAtCerner.com: https://healtheatcerner.com/ Interested Cerner associates (located in Missouri, Kansas or Pennsylvania) not enrolled in Cerner’s U.S. health benefits, may schedule an appointment on a self-pay basis through the Healthe Clinic by calling 816.201.2273.

42 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Navigating Eating Out and Nutrition While Traveling

Burnout

As we approach the end of the year, we may find ourselves busier than usual. Is your calendar filling up with holiday gatherings, are you working diligently toward year-end deadlines, or are you making preparations for house guests? This time of year can be stressful! Could you be feeling burnt out? While burnout is related to stress, it is not the same thing. In this episode, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapists, Laura Tuohy and Jesse Sieve, discuss the meaning of burnout, what causes it, the signs and symptoms of burnout and tips for prevention.

46 MIN2019 NOV 19
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Burnout

Healthe Holidays

When the holidays roll around, it’s time for food, fun, festivities and… stress! The holidays can be a hectic time of year, but they can also be joyful and exciting. In this episode, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapist, Laura Tuohy, and Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitian, Dianna Dillion, share their tips and strategies for navigating the holidays when it comes to your physical and mental well-being. They’ll help provide some strategies to set boundaries and ways to manage your personal health goals during this festive time of year.

29 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Healthe Holidays

Differentiation

Differentiation is a life-long process and practice. It allows us to identify what we believe to be true of ourselves and how to respect and value the differences among us; helping to cultivate a healthier and happier bond with other people. In this Healthe at Cerner Podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapists, Jesse Sieve and Laura Tuohy, discuss differentiation in relationships and provide a toolkit to help you navigate this topic in your everyday life. Given we all interact with people and the environment around us, you won’t want to miss this episode… and as Jesse puts it, this is “podcast gold.”

52 MIN2019 NOV 5
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Differentiation

Family Meal Planning

When life gets busy, eating heathy balanced meals can be challenging – and especially when you’re feeding a family. In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitians, Dianna Dillon and Kodi Watson, discuss family meal planning and how it can look different for everyone, depending on the situation. They share tips for meal planning with toddlers, catering to food allergies, planning around busy schedules with older children, and how to simplify your meals. Dianna and Kodi want listeners to know that meal planning doesn’t have to require an entire day out of your weekend in the kitchen – and, there’s not a one-size fits all approach… find out what works best for you! • Division of Responsibility: https://wiki.cerner.com/x/sor0g • Meal planning template: https://wiki.cerner.com/x/Foz0g • Cerner U.S. Health Benefits members can schedule an appointment with a Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitian by logging into healtheatcerner.com: https://healtheatcerner.consumerportal.healtheintent.com/

30 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Family Meal Planning

Making Mobility Training More Effective

Mobility is often neglected or not given the attention that is needed in an exercise routine. For many, it is simply the “stretches” that you do before or after a workout or only when things feel “tight” rather than focusing on the most important parts – the joints! In this episode, Cerner athletic trainers, Rebekah Grube and David Albers discuss 4 methods to enhance your joint function through quality mobility training so you can continue building quality fitness instead of chasing tightness.

29 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Making Mobility Training More Effective

Codependency

As a continuation to their last podcast episode on People Pleasing, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapists, Laura Tuohy and Jesse Sieve, discuss the topic of codependency in relationships. Relationships can be difficult places to traverse; they can also be the most beautiful things that we can do with other people in our lives. Codependency can mean something different for all of us, but it also can come with a lot of shame and guilt. In this episode, Laura and Jesse work to unpack the term and provide you with the context to dispel some of the stigma that surrounds codependency and offer insight into effective vs ineffective dependency in relationships. Show notes: • Podcast episode: People Pleasing (https://soundcloud.com/healtheatcerner/people-pleasing) • Codependent No More (https://www.amazon.com/Codependent-No-More-Controlling-Paperback/dp/B00ZT197M2) • Stop Walking on Egg Shells (https://www.amazon.com/Stop-Walking-Eggshells-Borderline-Personality/dp/1572246901/ref=sr_1_1?crid=14B12OYN247PR&keywords=stop+walking+on+eggshells&qid=1565820257&s=books&sprefix=stop+walk%2Cstripbooks%2C145&sr=1-1)

63 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Codependency

Intuitive Eating

Intuitive eating is a nutrition and health philosophy based on attunement with your body. The goal of intuitive eating is to create a healthy relationship with food, mind and body, WITHOUT dieting. Working to be the healthiest version of you, no matter your body size, can be a lifelong journey. In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitians, Kodi Watson and Dianna Dillon, discuss this nutrition philosophy by walking through the 10 principles of intuitive eating. Show Notes: • Mindful and Intuitive Eating https://cernerutilities.com/cms/libraries/Wellness/hlwr/Mindful_and_Intuitive_Eating.pdf • Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch https://www.amazon.com/Intuitive-Eating-Revolutionary-Program-Works/dp/1250004047/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=intuitive+eating&qid=1565203189&s=gateway&sr=8-3 • Body Kindness by Rebecca Scritchfield https://www.amazon.com/Body-Kindness-Transform-Health-Out/dp/0761187294/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=body+kindness&qid=1565203253&s=gateway&sr=8-1

50 MIN2019 OCT 1
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Intuitive Eating

People Pleasing

In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic behavioral therapists, Jesse Sieve and Laura Tuohy, discuss the topic of ‘People Pleasing.’ As recovering people pleasers themselves, Jesse and Laura will help to define what people pleasing really means and provide the framework and tools for you to explore this part of yourself. Even if you’re not a people pleaser, this episode can afford an opportunity for you to see and interact with people in a different way. Related Healthe at Cerner podcast episodes: Acceptance: https://soundcloud.com/healtheatcerner/acceptance Creating Healthy Boundaries: https://soundcloud.com/healtheatcerner/creating-healthy-boundaries

52 MIN2019 SEP 24
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People Pleasing

Latest Episodes

Danger of a Diagnosis

An accurate diagnosis is critical to obtaining the right course of treatment; however, many traditional diagnoses are umbrella terms, not specific to the actual problem and may not be telling the whole story. What’s more is that being “diagnosed” with an illness, a disease or an injury can become a roadblock towards making forward progress and lead to hopelessness, fear, guilt and frustration. Tune in as our certified athletic trainers unpack the dangers of a diagnosis, how it can impact a patient’s physical & mental wellbeing as well as how providers can better communicate so that their patients feel hopeful and empowered.

43 MINJAN 7
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Danger of a Diagnosis

Navigating Eating Out and Nutrition While Traveling

Staying on track with your healthy nutrition goals when traveling for business or eating out at restaurants can be a challenge in today’s fast-paced, fast-food world. Choosing the healthier option is easier said than done. In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitians, Kodi Watson and Cary Skelton, share some tips and strategies when it comes to navigating eating out and adding in good nutrition while traveling. They’ll offer some advice for controlling your food intake, how to practice mindful eating and remind us to tap into our hunger and fullness cues. Show notes: • Hunger Scale: https://wiki.cerner.com/display/HAC/Hunger+Scale • Mindful and Intuitive Eating: https://wiki.cerner.com/display/HAC/Mindful+and+Intuitive+Eating • Cerner U.S. health plan members can get started with RD services: Members located in Pennsylvania can meet with a Registered Dietitian through Anuva Health. To get started, visit Anvua Health (https://anuvahealth.com/) or call 833.692.6882. Members located in Missouri and Kansas can meet onsite or virtually with a Registered Dietitian through the Healthe Clinic. To get started log into HealtheAtCerner.com: https://healtheatcerner.com/ Interested Cerner associates (located in Missouri, Kansas or Pennsylvania) not enrolled in Cerner’s U.S. health benefits, may schedule an appointment on a self-pay basis through the Healthe Clinic by calling 816.201.2273.

42 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Navigating Eating Out and Nutrition While Traveling

Burnout

As we approach the end of the year, we may find ourselves busier than usual. Is your calendar filling up with holiday gatherings, are you working diligently toward year-end deadlines, or are you making preparations for house guests? This time of year can be stressful! Could you be feeling burnt out? While burnout is related to stress, it is not the same thing. In this episode, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapists, Laura Tuohy and Jesse Sieve, discuss the meaning of burnout, what causes it, the signs and symptoms of burnout and tips for prevention.

46 MIN2019 NOV 19
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Burnout

Healthe Holidays

When the holidays roll around, it’s time for food, fun, festivities and… stress! The holidays can be a hectic time of year, but they can also be joyful and exciting. In this episode, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapist, Laura Tuohy, and Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitian, Dianna Dillion, share their tips and strategies for navigating the holidays when it comes to your physical and mental well-being. They’ll help provide some strategies to set boundaries and ways to manage your personal health goals during this festive time of year.

29 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Healthe Holidays

Differentiation

Differentiation is a life-long process and practice. It allows us to identify what we believe to be true of ourselves and how to respect and value the differences among us; helping to cultivate a healthier and happier bond with other people. In this Healthe at Cerner Podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapists, Jesse Sieve and Laura Tuohy, discuss differentiation in relationships and provide a toolkit to help you navigate this topic in your everyday life. Given we all interact with people and the environment around us, you won’t want to miss this episode… and as Jesse puts it, this is “podcast gold.”

52 MIN2019 NOV 5
Comments
Differentiation

Family Meal Planning

When life gets busy, eating heathy balanced meals can be challenging – and especially when you’re feeding a family. In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitians, Dianna Dillon and Kodi Watson, discuss family meal planning and how it can look different for everyone, depending on the situation. They share tips for meal planning with toddlers, catering to food allergies, planning around busy schedules with older children, and how to simplify your meals. Dianna and Kodi want listeners to know that meal planning doesn’t have to require an entire day out of your weekend in the kitchen – and, there’s not a one-size fits all approach… find out what works best for you! • Division of Responsibility: https://wiki.cerner.com/x/sor0g • Meal planning template: https://wiki.cerner.com/x/Foz0g • Cerner U.S. Health Benefits members can schedule an appointment with a Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitian by logging into healtheatcerner.com: https://healtheatcerner.consumerportal.healtheintent.com/

30 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Family Meal Planning

Making Mobility Training More Effective

Mobility is often neglected or not given the attention that is needed in an exercise routine. For many, it is simply the “stretches” that you do before or after a workout or only when things feel “tight” rather than focusing on the most important parts – the joints! In this episode, Cerner athletic trainers, Rebekah Grube and David Albers discuss 4 methods to enhance your joint function through quality mobility training so you can continue building quality fitness instead of chasing tightness.

29 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Making Mobility Training More Effective

Codependency

As a continuation to their last podcast episode on People Pleasing, Healthe Clinic Behavioral Therapists, Laura Tuohy and Jesse Sieve, discuss the topic of codependency in relationships. Relationships can be difficult places to traverse; they can also be the most beautiful things that we can do with other people in our lives. Codependency can mean something different for all of us, but it also can come with a lot of shame and guilt. In this episode, Laura and Jesse work to unpack the term and provide you with the context to dispel some of the stigma that surrounds codependency and offer insight into effective vs ineffective dependency in relationships. Show notes: • Podcast episode: People Pleasing (https://soundcloud.com/healtheatcerner/people-pleasing) • Codependent No More (https://www.amazon.com/Codependent-No-More-Controlling-Paperback/dp/B00ZT197M2) • Stop Walking on Egg Shells (https://www.amazon.com/Stop-Walking-Eggshells-Borderline-Personality/dp/1572246901/ref=sr_1_1?crid=14B12OYN247PR&keywords=stop+walking+on+eggshells&qid=1565820257&s=books&sprefix=stop+walk%2Cstripbooks%2C145&sr=1-1)

63 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Codependency

Intuitive Eating

Intuitive eating is a nutrition and health philosophy based on attunement with your body. The goal of intuitive eating is to create a healthy relationship with food, mind and body, WITHOUT dieting. Working to be the healthiest version of you, no matter your body size, can be a lifelong journey. In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic Registered Dietitians, Kodi Watson and Dianna Dillon, discuss this nutrition philosophy by walking through the 10 principles of intuitive eating. Show Notes: • Mindful and Intuitive Eating https://cernerutilities.com/cms/libraries/Wellness/hlwr/Mindful_and_Intuitive_Eating.pdf • Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch https://www.amazon.com/Intuitive-Eating-Revolutionary-Program-Works/dp/1250004047/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=intuitive+eating&qid=1565203189&s=gateway&sr=8-3 • Body Kindness by Rebecca Scritchfield https://www.amazon.com/Body-Kindness-Transform-Health-Out/dp/0761187294/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=body+kindness&qid=1565203253&s=gateway&sr=8-1

50 MIN2019 OCT 1
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Intuitive Eating

People Pleasing

In this podcast episode, Healthe Clinic behavioral therapists, Jesse Sieve and Laura Tuohy, discuss the topic of ‘People Pleasing.’ As recovering people pleasers themselves, Jesse and Laura will help to define what people pleasing really means and provide the framework and tools for you to explore this part of yourself. Even if you’re not a people pleaser, this episode can afford an opportunity for you to see and interact with people in a different way. Related Healthe at Cerner podcast episodes: Acceptance: https://soundcloud.com/healtheatcerner/acceptance Creating Healthy Boundaries: https://soundcloud.com/healtheatcerner/creating-healthy-boundaries

52 MIN2019 SEP 24
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People Pleasing
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