Dr. Mollie Marti interviews Professor Anthony Fleg, MD, MPH, an award-winning innovator in strengths-based approaches to individual and community wellness from the University of New Mexico Medical School. Dr. Fleg specializes in promoting health within indigenous communities. Need a reminder to play to your strengths — or a fresh perspective to move through the pandemic with greater ease? Tune in!
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Renée Bondi, a woman who beat the odds and her physicians’ prognosis after a tragic accident left her with paraplegia. She not only regained her voice to return to her passion of singing but also started a new career as an inspirational speaker and humanitarian. In this special episode, she goes beyond telling her story of adversity, faith, and resilience. Want to hear Renée sing like an angel? Tune in!
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Dr. Allison Jackson, CEO of Integration Solutions, and an expert in adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Allison shares her personal story of trauma, repair, and resilience and discusses ACEs as a public health issue. Join us to learn why it’s essential to pair any conversation about ACEs with one about resilience and practical ways to do so. Tune in!
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Dr. Jon Kerstetter, a former U.S. Army flight surgeon and an author of Crossings: A Doctor-Soldier’s Story. In this book, Jon details his many crossings in life, including those through poverty, from a civilian to serving three tours in Iraq, through PTSD, and from doctor to patient after a life altering stroke. Extraordinary lessons of resilience not to be missed. Tune in!
This special presentation, facilitated by Dr. Mollie Marti, shares highlights from the 2018 Trauma & Resiliency Symposium co-sponsored by Tanager Place and National Resilience Institute. John Richardson-Lauve, a licensed clinical social worker in Richmond VA, is the Director of Mental Health at ChildSavers, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting the mental wellbeing of children through the positive bond between adult and child. John excels at making basic “brain science” understandable and shares practical ways to help others who have been impacted…
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Jacqueline Koeninger, a National Transplant Coordinator for Swiss Transplant, an organization that educates and seeks to increase organ donation rates in Switzerland. Jacqueline also is a longstanding volunteer with the Care Team of the Canton Bern in Switzerland. Interested in helping others after crisis? Join us for essentials of trauma responses, tips for self-care, and clarity about next best steps.
Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Robert May, a producer, director, and founder of SenArt Films, about his latest documentary, Kids for Cash. This film explores the American juvenile justice system as it chronicles a once-respected judge who received kickbacks for sending juveniles to prison, even for minor crimes. Tune in to better understand the juvenile delinquency system and how you can get educated – and educate others – on what is happening in your community to ensure that children and…
In this special episode, Dr. Mollie Marti talks onsite with Gretchen Rubin, author of the NY Times bestsellers The Happiness Project, Happier at Home and Better than Before. Trained as a lawyer, Gretchen incorporates strategies based on ancient wisdom through contemporary science. Join us for a conversation about the 8 Truths of Happiness and other simple actions that make a powerful difference. Ready to be happier and grow your wellness? Tune in!
Dr. Marti talks with Dr. Tererai Trent, named by Oprah as her All-Time Favorite Guest, about her work to build schools in her home village in Zimbabwe. Hear the mantra that guided Tererai from her poverty ridden birthplace to America to pursue her dream of higher education. This inspiring show will remind you of the power we each hold to nurture resilience and make a difference in the lives of others. Tune in!