Podcasts

Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future (and a Way to Get There From Here) by Dr. Bruce Lipton
The Dr. Lake Show   March 18, 2013

Dr. Bruce Lipton is internationally recognized educator and author who provides a message of hope for humanity and the possibility of our cultivating a thriving civilization. A cell biologist by training, Dr. Lipton bridges science and spirit through his understanding of the cell, genetics, and the power of belief in shaping our realities. He is author of "The Biology of Belief" and Spontaneous Evolution. He has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows and keynote speaker for national and international conferences. Dr. Lipton discusses his insights about the world of science and how it can be applied to our beliefs and help us address threats on the environment that we are currently facing.
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Beyond Success with Gitterman
The Dr. Lake Show   August 08, 2011

Jeff Gitterman, an award winning financial advisor and the CEO of Gitterman & Associates Wealth Management, discusses his book, "Beyond Success: Redefining the Meaning of Prosperity." Mr. Gitterman provides a holistic perspective regarding the pursuit of happiness and success. He provides information on the 4 pillars of success, which include strategies to create personal fulfillment, beyond standard financial pursuits.
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Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis with Ron Thompson
The Dr. Lake Show   July 25, 2011

Ron Thompson is a certified clinical hypnotherapist who uses his knowledge and hypnosis skills to guide others to create positive changes and grow and change in a desired direction. He discusses hypnosis and how it can benefit people in a variety of ways. He discusses how hypnosis has benefitted his own life and his own ability to manage pain and poor health conditions (i.e., amputation and organ transplant). He provides a hopeful and inspirational perspective on how people can face adversity and feed their subconscious mind to help them towards personal goals.
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Restoring Sanity to Your End of LIfe Care with Damiano Iocovozzi
The Dr. Lake Show   July 18, 2011

Damiano de Sano Iocovozzi, world traveler, linguist, nurse, and author of Sooner or Later: Restoring Sanity to End-of-Life Care, discusses the importance of addressing end-of-life care with family, friends, and professionals. He provides a perspective that empowers patients and their families to ask important questions when needing to make decisions with respect to end-of-life care. He brings wisdom and compassion, based on years of experience helping people with terminal illness, that provides hope and purpose during such a challenging circumstance.
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Resilience and Broken Dreams
The Dr. Lake Show   July 11, 2011

Tammy Phye, work-life balance coach, massage therapist, and public speaker, discusses with Dr. Lake how to build resilience after experiencing a disappointment or "broken dream". Some techniques on how to build emotional wellness are discussed.
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Access for Disability and the Arts with Pam Edgar
The Dr. Lake Show   July 04, 2011

Pam Edgar, producer and host of the CHLY radio show, "Living for the Health of It" discusses her participation in recent documentary called "Opening Doors" with a focus on access and the arts for people with disabilities. She discusses some of the challenges people with disabilities face in terms facing environmental barriers to pursue their artistic endevours and interests with ease. Ms. Edgar discusses the need for architects and builders to keep disabilities in mind when creating new structures. This issue is especially relevant to us all given our likely encounter physical challenges in later life.
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Identifying and Changing Limiting Beliefs
The Dr. Lake Show   June 13, 2011

Dr. Sandy Gardner, a neuropsychologist and therapist, discusses, with Dr. Lake, the impact that beliefs, especially limiting beliefs, play in people's lives. He comments on factors that influence the formation of beliefs, including cultural influences, family and friends. Strategies to identify and change limiting beliefs are discussed, including how to nurture more empowering beliefs that can enhance an individual's life experience.
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Healing from Grief
The Dr. Lake Show   May 30, 2011

Dr. Simington, clinician and author, discusses healing from grief and the role that spirituality can play in one's healing. She discusses the need for spiritual perspectives in Western approaches to recovery, as well as concepts and approaches to healing described in her book, "Setting the Captive Free."
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Creating Positive Change
The Dr. Lake Show   April 11, 2011

Barry Switnicki, International Executive Coach and Mentor, discusses the role of coaching and how coaching can help people successfully create positive change that is lasting and fulfilling.
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Brain Injury and Neuropsychology with Dr. Gardner
The Dr. Lake Show   February 14, 2011

Dr. Sandy Gardner, a neuropsychologist who provides assessments and treatment of brain disorders, discusses the brain and causes of injury and dysfunction, as well as strategies for assessing and recovering from brain damage.
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Hypnosis and Self-Esteem with Dr. Lee Pulos
The Dr. Lake Show   January 31, 2011

Dr. Lee Pulos, psychologist, author, and Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus at UBC, discusses hypnosis and the role that beliefs play in our life experiences. Dr. Pulos draws from psychology, quantum physics, and alternative healing approaches in understanding people's experience of reality.
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Succes in Personal Change
The Dr. Lake Show   January 17, 2011

Dr. Poteryko, family physician who specializes in behavioral medicine, discusses strategies to create successful change. As director of the Central Island Smoking Cessation Program, he briefly discusses resources for quitting smoking, and he describes how principles of change for quitting smoking can be applied to changing other behaviors.
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Your Brain on Food: How Chemicals Control Your Thoughts and Feelings
The Dr. Lake Show   January 12, 2011

Dr. Gary Wenk is professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Molecular Virology, Immunology and Medical Genetics at the Ohio State University and Medical Center. He discusses his recent publication called, "Your Brain on Food How Chemicals Control Your Thoughts and Feelings." He discusses fascinating research on the role that foods and drugs (legal and illegal)play on the brain and human functioning.
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Dr. Ferenc Stefani on Commiting to Fitness
The Dr. Lake Show   January 03, 2011

Dr. Ferenc Stefani, chiropractor and running coach, discusses with Dr. Lake the challenges people face in achieving personal fitness goals and creating long term change that sticks over time.
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Weight Loss Surgery After Care
The Dr. Lake Show   November 22, 2010

Dr. Stapleton, author of the book "Eat it Up: The Complete Mind/Body/Spirit Guide to a Full Life After Weight Loss Surgery", is a licensed psycologist who works with individuals preparing for and recovering from weight loss surgery. She discusses issues related to weight loss surgery and how individuals can successfully maintain weight loss post-surgery.
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Mindfulness
The Dr. Lake Show   July 12, 2010

Pat Gibson, a clinical therapist who helps clients with depression and anxiety, speaks with Dr. Lake about mindfulness with the interest of increasing overall mental wellness. Their talk defines mindfulness and discusses how to incorporate mindfulness into your daily living.
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