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Mapping Forgiveness with Dr. Frederic Luskin #318

Dr. Frederic Luskin, Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects, joins me today to talk about forgiveness. While we hear “easier said than done”, forgiveness is a lifelong habit. Dr. Luskin provides insight and direction on ways to create this healthy habit, and he reminds us that forgiveness is a teachable skill.  Click here to learn […]

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Mapping Embodied Neuroscience with Dr. Monique Andrews #317

Dr. Monique Andrews, aka “Dr. Mo,” joins me to discuss the meaning behind “embodied” neuroscience. Dr. Mo is passionate about helping clients feel better by approaching their care from a bottom-up perspective, incorporating somatic practices, and polyvagal exercises as a route to help patients regain more sovereignty through their health and healing journeys.  Click here […]

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Mapping Metaflammation with James LaValle #316

James LaValle, an internationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, board-certified clinical nutritionist, expert and educator in integrative and precision health, joins me today to discuss “metaflammation”. We’ve all heard of inflammation and today James breaks down how chronic inflammation underlies metabolic dysfunction and why it’s now referred to as metaflammation.  Click here to learn more about […]

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Mapping Dietary Habit Change with Dr. Gina Cleo #311

This Nutrition Therapy episode of the 15-Minute Matrix delves into the realm of habit and habit change as it relates to dietary change. Dr. Gina Cleo helps us to recognize that when we understand the theory of habit, we can apply it to any area of our lives, and help our clients and patients to […]

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Mapping the Biology of Trauma with Dr. Aimie Apigian #308

Dr. Aimie Apigian, medical expert in stored trauma, joins me to discuss biological trauma, its origins and its impact on overall health. Listen-in to learn how cellular resilience translates to emotional resilience. This episode really helps us to see the full web of interconnections! Click here to learn more about Dr. Apigian and her offerings […]

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Mapping Food Insecurity and Binge Eating with Dr. Rachel Goode #307

Today’s discussion with Dr. Rachel Goode centers around her important work at the Living FREE Lab and their research around food scarcity and binge eating. We discuss the root causes that contribute to food insecurity and the steps that can be taken to help those that may be facing the challenges experienced by feast and […]

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Mapping Confidence with Dina Scippa #274

What holds us back from doing the work we’ve been called to do? Is it fear of not being perfect? Is it a comparison to others? Is it a worry that you won’t know the answer? In today’s episode Dina Scippa helps us explore what it means to have confidence, and how to best get […]

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Mapping Trauma with Dr. Robert Kachko #273

When we hear the word “trauma”, our first thoughts are usually related to something big that’s occurred in life. But trauma encompasses any experience that leaves the body feeling unsafe. Join me today as I discuss trauma and trauma-informed care with Dr. Kachko and how we as providers can offer slow and steady resolutions for […]

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Mapping Fatigue with Alex Howard #262

On today’s episode I welcome back one of our favorite guests, Alex Howard. Join us as we discuss the difference between fatigue and unexplained medically diagnosed fatigue. Alex outlines what to look for in our clients and the steps we can take to help them feel better. This is another golden episode you won’t want […]

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Mapping TMJ with Dr. Martin Rosen #216

Dr. Martin Rosen’s discussion about temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders on today’s podcast spotlights how connected the full body systems truly are! TMJ offers important clues about how we manifest and hold our stress. Dr. Rosen details for us the two-way cascade of influences between TMJ and the cranial, immune and musculoskeletal systems, adrenal imbalances, gut […]

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