Eugene Goodman

Trauma, Mental Health & Supporting Girls & Their Incarcerated Mothers with Ilyse Kennedy

Ilyse Kennedy is the founder of Moving Parts Psychotherapy. A Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional, and EMDRIA Certified Clinician. Ilyse has always been a helper by nature. As a child, this meant befriending children who struggled, and talking bullies down to empathy. She enjoyed having deep connections…

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From Prison to Politics, IPP’s and TTIP with Andrew Morris

Andrew Morris released from prison in 2019 after 12 years talks about Imprisonment for public protection. In England and Wales, the imprisonment for public protection (IPP) sentence was a form of indeterminate sentence introduced by s.225 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (with effect from 2005) by the Home Secretary, David Blunkett, and abolished in…

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Single, Saved, Searching, Sex and Unsatisfied, Christian Matchmaking with Dr. Sara Jayne McLeod

Dr. Sara is a medically trained clinician who has emerged as one of the UK’s premier Singlehood Consultants, specializing in discipleship for Christians who desire to be married.  She is an international itinerant speaker, director of the Christian Singles Leadership Network, Single Adult Ministries advisor to Pastors and Key Leaders while managing her own Life…

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Financial Beginnings, Financial Literacy with Dr. Melody Bell

Financial Beginnings was founded in Portland, Oregon in 2005 to fill an education gap that existed in local schools. Despite a growing need in educating young people about personal finance, few area schools at the time offered financial literacy curricula. Founder and CEO, Dr. Melody Bell, was inspired to launch a financial literacy nonprofit. Through…

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King Cas Ajani – Stories Boys Don’t Like to Tell

King Cas Ajani, an author, actor, playwright, producer, motivational speaker and learning mentor. King Cas, as an emotional wellbeing and development Coach, also works with young men of color who have suffered childhood sexual abuse trauma, but are often silenced by the fear of their masculinity being brought into question. Ajani and Alison Jaye sit…

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When “Prophetic” Evangelicals Call It Wrong

  Over the past few months I have seen and heard many Prophets or in some cases profits “prophesy” and some “prophi -lie” about what is going to happen in the 2020 election. Now, I know this has been going on for decades, but it seems to have really ramped up in the past few…

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