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Spiritual Vision and Inspiration with Kaye Glennon – 1-31-15

January 21, 2015

Each Sunday millions of people sit in the audience and get renewed and inspired by the sermon at their favorite church.  Have you ever thought about what it takes to put together those meaningful words for a congregation?  This week we’ll speak with a pastor who not only takes on the weekly task of putting together inspiring words for her congregation, but also followed the vision of working with fellow congregants to create a new church and spiritual community that has been serving as a unique voice for over three years.

KayeGlennonKaye Glennon is the Pastor/Spiritual Leader for the Sacred Journeys spiritual community.  She has a Master’s of Divinity degree from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Marquette University.  She also teaches “Understandings of Religion” and “Spirit, God and Women”at Carthage College in Kenosha, WI.

For more about Kaye and Sacred Journeys, go to http://www.sacredjourneysracine.com/.

 

Ideas for New Business Directions with Kara Kading – 1-24-15

January 16, 2015

We continue our conversation about making ideas into reality with a guest who regularly brings new thinking to her family business, invigorating it with fresh ideas and opportunities.  Kara Kading has focused her passion for local organic food  into an exciting new development:  an indoor farmer’s market!  She will speak with us about about how the idea for the market came to be, and how she helped to make it a reality.

KaraKadingKara Kading has been running through the greenhouses of  Milaeger’s, a family-owned home and garden store, for her entire life.  In 2014, Kara spearheaded the development of a lettuce and microgreen program. Kara wanted to do something good, something big, something that would connect the store more with the community, and something that would benefit everyone on all levels.  The store currently delivers to many fine restaurants and cafes, local grocery stores, and a home delivery produce business called Brewers Organics.  Milaeger’s has 92 greenhouses, chiefly used for bedding plants, specialty annuals, hanging baskets, perennials, and seasonal pot crops. Kara enjoys continuing to build and develop relationships with more restaurants, farmers, and people who are as passionate about food as she is!

For more on Kara and Milaeger’s, go to www.milaegers.com.

Limitless Thinking with Markus Kasunich – 1-17-15

We all have plans and dreams for the future.  Have you ever considered if you’ve allowed yourself to really think big in dreaming those dreams for yourself?  Consider taking a fresh perspective and look at your future with no limits…..silencing the judge and editor in your head that keeps you from seeing your full potential.

This week we begin a series of shows about dreaming and creating from a blank slate.  What  is it like to chase a dream…..to create something from nothing….to make an idea or vision a reality?  We’ll be talking to people whose lives and careers have included  a leap of faith, and taking a risk to see an idea through.  Our guest this week is Markus Kasunich, who often provides the opening thoughts in our discussion series.

UpdatedCroppedMarkus0514Markus Kasunich is a frequent guest on the Mind Body Spirit Living show and we welcome him back this week to inspire us with his perspective on having limitless thinking.  Markus is a holistic life coach, speaker and healer and  speaks often on issues related to personal growth, and works with clients to help them access their own potential.  Markus is also an artist and has been a featured artist in gallery showings.

For more information about Markus, go to www.markuskasunich.com.

Dynamics of Relationship Transitions with Michelle DeLaRosa – 1-10-15

January 7, 2015

In our daily lives, we are surrounded by relationships…with family, friends, neighbors and co-workers. It has been said that people come into our life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime, but we don’t always know what the meaning of those relationships are in the moment.  This week we’ll explore the dynamics of our primary relationships, the stages and transitions they can go through, and how we can make the most of what those relationships have to offer us.

UpdatedMichelleDelarosaOur guest this week has extensive experience helping see what the relationships around them are there to teach.  Michelle DeLaRosa is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who has worked with parents, children and families for over seventeen years.  Michelle also sees adults and couples in her counseling practice.  She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Roosevelt University in Illinois.

Michelle has worked in numerous settings including a residential treatment center, a crisis intervention agency, numerous community family service agencies, in clients’ homes and is now in private practice.  Her practice is located in Palatine, IL, a suburb northwest of Chicago.  She has a special interest in working with grief and loss as well as anxiety and depression.  Michelle often works from a cognitive behavioral perspective that helps parents and children change the way they think about things or respond to things to help reduce anxiety, depression, frustration and other negative feelings.  With young children and even some teens she frequently use play therapy as well as art therapy techniques.  In therapy sessions she likes to incorporate mindfulness exercises that allow one to quiet and calm the mind and learn to relax and focus on the present moment and inner quietness.

Michelle is a parent of two school-aged children.

For more information about Michelle, go to http://www.michelledelarosatherapy.com/.

 

Smoother Parenting Transitions with Michelle DeLaRosa – 1-3-15

January 3, 2015

Parenting is not a role that everyone automatically understands or embraces, so we often need guidance on navigating through the transitions inherent in the journey.  This week we take another look at perspectives on parenting, and we also discuss the experiences of the child as they go through changes of their own as they mature.  Being prepared with guidance and information before the transitions occur can help us move through them more smoothly.

UpdatedMichelleDelarosaOur guest this week has extensive experience helping see what the relationships around them are there to teach.  Michelle DeLaRosa is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who has worked with parents, children and families for over seventeen years.  Michelle also sees adults and couples in her counseling practice.  She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Roosevelt University in Illinois.

Michelle has worked in numerous settings including a residential treatment center, a crisis intervention agency, numerous community family service agencies, in clients’ homes and is now in private practice.  Her practice is located in Palatine, IL, a suburb northwest of Chicago.  She has a special interest in working with grief and loss as well as anxiety and depression.  Michelle often works from a cognitive behavioral perspective that helps parents and children change the way they think about things or respond to things to help reduce anxiety, depression, frustration and other negative feelings.  With young children and even some teens she frequently use play therapy as well as art therapy techniques.  In therapy sessions she likes to incorporate mindfulness exercises that allow one to quiet and calm the mind and learn to relax and focus on the present moment and inner quietness.

In addition to her professional training, she is also a parent of two school-aged children, so well understands the challenges of every day parenting.

For more information about Michelle, go to http://www.michelledelarosatherapy.com/.