MFT Law & Ethics from CalSouthern University

Boundaries & Consent by Vanessa Filkins

“Light and Shadow” photography workshop by Vanessa Filkins

Rube Goldberg Machine workshop by Jack Perrin

100 goals workshop with Blake Boles

Online multicultural training: “Ethnic, Racial and Cultural Considerations”

“Clinical Case Documentation,” Diane Gehart via CalSouthern video lectures

“HIPAA & HITECH: what you need to know” video

Irvin Yalom live case consultation via CalSouthern videos

One year of monthly consultations with John Viola, LCSW

Two months of weekly individual supervision from Mat Judd, LCSW

Ten months of weekly individual supervision and group supervision from Sheri Marquez, LMFT

“Far Enough Away,” lectures by Carribean Fragoza, Michael Ned Holte, Reanna Alder in Wonder Valley 6/20/2015

LGBTQ discussion group and workshop by Evan Wright

Desire Maps workshop by Abbi Miller

Permaculture workshop by Damian Lester

Podcast workshop by Tilke Elkins

Workshop about Wales by Idris

Sashiko Embroidery workshop from Kione Koche

San Bernardino County training about child abuse

Seminars About Long Term Thinking: Reviving Extinct Species by Stewart Brand

“Culture of poverty” training by Vicky Sorensen, LMFT

Solution-Focused Therapy training by Sheri Marquez, LMFT

17 piano lessons from Jeff Lantz

After Words: Peter Wallison, Eric Foner, William Bennett, Bret Stephens, Karen Armstrong, Atul Gawande, Joseph Stiglitz, The Great Divide; Kenji Yoshino, Hollingsworth Vs Perry;

Behind the Words: Maxed out on Everest; America’s New Oil Landscape; The Tunnels of Gaza; Weather Gone Wild; Face to Face: Vikings and Native Americans; New Old Libya; Cuba’s New Now; A Sketch in Time: Civil War Battlefield Sketches; The Bite That Heals;

Common Sense with Dan Carlin: Show 295 – Trumping the Playbook

Fareed Zakaria’s Global Public Square: All episodes 9/29/2014 to 7/12/2015

Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History: show 48 – Prophets of Doom

Invisibilia: Invisibilia Update; See You Soon; Our Computers, Ourselves; The Power of Categories; Entanglement; Falling off a Cliff; How to Become Batman; Fearless; The Secret History of Thoughts

Left, Right & Center: all episodes weekly 9/29/2014 through 5/15/2015

New Yorker Out Loud: Tasting Notes; Re-Reading Children’s Books; Talking About “White People”; Killer Robots; Watching “Trainwreck”; Ta-Nehisi Coates in Conversation with David Remnick; Do You Know Pluto? The New New York City Skyline; May We Have Your Attention, Please?; The Sweet Science; Gay TV, Past and Present; The Season for Reading; Translating Ferrante; The New Late Night; What Should a Museum Look Like? The State of Broadway; Are Females Human?  Women in Science Fiction; Baseball in Decline; Memoir in the Age of TMI; Patrick Keefe and Philip Gourevitch on Northern Ireland’s Tenuous Peace; Chinese Translation; The History of Hardcore; Ninety Years of The New Yorker; Office Life; Psychedelics as Therapy; The Gay Capital of the Nineteenth Century; The Controversial Satire of Michel Houellebecq; Play and Parenting at KidZania; Teju Cole’s Favorite Things; Movie Stars on Broadway; The Puzzling Promise of Graphene; For Love of the Ice; Famous on YouTube; Growing Up in the Rodeo; Elevating Excrement; Spotify; David Remnick’s Reporting on Israel; Two American Obsessions; Outsmarting Ebola; Oliver Sacks; Online Outrage; Jeffrey Toobin and Tim Wu on The Right To Be Forgotten; Lizzie Widdicombe and Judith Thurman on Full-figured Fashion; Kelefa Sanneh and Sarah Larson on Bill Cosby’s Stage Persona; Adam Gopnik on the Pleasures and Perils of Bipedalism; Nathan Heller and Joshua Rothman on whether elite colleges are bad for the soul; Michael Specter and Alan Burdick on the controversy over GMOs; Claudia Roth Pierpont and Sasha Frere-Jones on Nina Simone.; Michelle Goldberg and Margaret Talbot on transgender activists and radical feminists; Malcolm Gladwell on trust, suspicion, and Kim Philby.; New Yorker critics on Jeff Koons, Brian Eno, Orange is the New Black, and Louie.; Peter Hessler on reporting from Egypt and China.; Adam Gopnik and Ann Goldstein on the challenges of translation; Alec Wilkinson on the earliest recorded sounds; Judith Thurman on fashion writing.; Patrick Radden Keefe on writing about drug crime.; Adam Gopnik and Elizabeth Gilbert on the Great American Novel.; Jane Kramer and Dana Goodyear on vegetarianism and foodie anxiety.; Malcolm Gladwell on the limits of American religious tolerance.; Emily Nussbaum and Rachel Syme on the state of television.; Andrew Solomon on Peter Lanza.; David Remnick on Putin’s Russia; Adam Gopnik and James Wood on atheism and religious belief.; Peter Schjeldahl on William Burroughs; Elizabeth Kolbert on the sixth great extinction; James Carroll and Joan Acocella on Pope Francis; Sasha Frere-Jones on the year in music; Daniel Mendelsohn on the persistence of Greek tragedies.; Richard Brody and Emily Nussbaum on depicting sex onscreen; Peter Hessler on writing about small towns; Dan Chiasson on Marrianne Moore; Laren Collins and Dana Goodyear on Adventurous eating; D>T> Max and Nathan Heller on San Francisco; Louis Menand and Richard Brody on Norman Mailer; Jeremy Denk on Bach’s “Goldberg Variations”; Claudia Roth Pierpont on Philip Roth; Emily Nussbaum and Jelani Cobb on “Key & Peele”; Malcolm Gladwell and Ben McGrath on doping in sports; Bill Buford and John Bennet on French cooking; James Wood and Adam Gopnik on family memoirs; Jill Lepore and Judith Thurman on Jane Franklin; Larissa MacFarquhar on Japan’s culture of suicide; Roger Angell and Mark Singer on New York’s high-crime years; Susan Morrison and Rebecca Mead on work clothes; Nick Paumgarten and Peter Hessler on mountaineering; George Packer and Ken Auletta on Silicon Valley; Rivka Galchen and Jerome Groopman on medical writing; Ben McGrath and Roger Angell on writing about baseball; William Finnegan on the deportation of an American citizen; Jane Kramer on cooking and writing; John Colapinto on vocal-cord injuries; Alexander Stille and John Cassidy on Pope Benedict XVI; David Remnick and Ian Frazier on Joseph Mitchell; Patrick Radden Keefe and David Grann on crime reporting; Simon Rich on funny writing; Rachel Aviv on the medicalization of child-porn users and pedophiles; David Denby and Dexter Filkins discuss torture in the film “Zero Dark Thirty.”; Kelefa Sanneh on Kid Rock; Alex Ross and Hilton Als on gay culture; This Podcast Will Change Your Life

Planet Money: #647: Hard Work Is Irrelevant; #646: Why Can’t We Bet On Elections? #645: How To Stop An Asteroid; #644: How Much Does This Cow Weigh? #643: The Taxi King; #642: The Big Red Button; #641: Why We Work So Much; #640: The Bottom Of The Well; #639: Where To Hide €50,000, And Other Stories From Greece; #638: Tweak The World; #637: The Last Euro In Greece; #636: Yes Or No; #635: Trade Deal Confidential; #634: Worst Case Scenario; #633: The Birth And Death Of The Price Tag; #632: The Chicken Tax; #631: The Long Run; #630: Free Parking; #629: Buy Low, Sell Prime; #628: This Ad’s For You; #627: The Miracle Apple; #583: Cow Noir; #589: Hello, I’m Calling From La Mafia; #596: Johnny Mnemonic’s Secret Door; #252: The Gold Standard; #253: Gold Standard, R.I.P.; #597: We’re Short America; #598: The Very First Short; #599: The Invisible Wall; #600: The People Inside Your Machine; #601: The Chocolate Curse; #602: Big Weed; #510: The Birth Of The Minimum Wage; #603: A Rose On Any Other Day; #604: Hey Big Spender; #605: ‘What Goes Up’; #606: Spreadsheets!; #607: Captive Market; #608: Shorters Gonna Short; #609: The Curse Of The Black Lotus; #610: The Prisoner’s Solution; #611: Community; #612: The Indicator Strikes Back; #613: Trash! #614: Two Radio Guys Walk In To A Bar; #615: A 12-Year-Old Girl Takes On The Video Game Industry; #616: How Solar Got Cheap; #617: How Do You Feel? #618: The Square Deal; #619: The Free Throw Experiment; #620: Why Batteries Suck; #621: When Luddites Attack; #622: Humans vs. Robots; #623: The Machine Comes To Town; #624: I, Waiter; #625: The Last Job;  #626: This is the End

Radiolab: John Luther Adams; Translation; Haunted; Patient Zero – Updated; Outside Westgate; Buttons Not Buttons; Worth; American Football; The Trust Engineers; La Mancha Screwjob; Fu-Go; Los Frikis; The Living Room; Sight Unseen; Tell-Tale Hearts featuring Oliver Sacks; Nazi Summer Camp; Antibodies Part 1: CRISPR; Eye in the Sky; Mau Mau; Gray’s Donation; Shrink; From the Archives: Oliver Sacks’ Table of Elements; Elements; Remembering Oliver Sacks; Darkode

Real Education Podcast: Kenneth Danford On Thriving Without School; Will Richardson on Learning in the Internet Era; Michelle Jones on the Wayfinding Academy; Alan Webb And Sarah Jane Bradley On Creating Your Own Master’s; Isaac Morehouse on Praxis; Erik Werner On International Teen Travel; Ethan Knight on Gap Years; Ivo Degn on Knowmads; Sophia Pink on Taking a High School Sabbatical; Misha Golfman on Wilderness Semesters; Ben Paul on Dropping Out of Law School in Germany

Revolution Health Radio: (possibly a ton more… I listened from the beginning starting at some point… Also, some of these I read transcripts of rather than listen to.) RHR: Can Vitamin K2 Prevent Cardiovascular Disease? RHR: Vegetables—How Many to Eat and What Kinds; RHR: Which Lab Tests are Essential? RHR: What Causes Neuropathy—and How To Treat It; RHR: What You Should Know About Histamine Intolerance; RHR: How To Make Healthy Living More Affordable and Accessible; RHR: Carbs & Alzheimer’s: Separating Fact From Fiction; RHR: Heart Attacks and Red Meat—Correlation or Causation? RHR: How Your Lipoprotein(a) Level Affects Your Risk of Heart Disease; RHR: How to Put the 80/20 Rule Into Practice; RHR: How to Feed Your Brain; RHR: High Cortisol and Brain Fog; RHR: New Research and Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease; RHR: Chronic Fatigue—Treating the Cause Not the Symptoms; RHR: The Pros and Cons of Juicing; RHR: Is the Glycemic Index Useful? RHR: All About Coffee; RHR: A Beginner’s Guide to Scientific Research; RHR: Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) as a Treatment for Autoimmune Disease; RHR: The Gut-Heart Connection; RHR: Methylation 101; RHR: Is it Possible to Prevent (or Reverse) Type 1 Diabetes?; RHR: Are Vegetarian Diets Better for the Microbiome? RHR: Is Intermittent Fasting Good For You? RHR: What Causes Hormone Imbalance? RHR: Testing and Treating Digestive Issues in Children; RHR: Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker on Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome; RHR: Are Food Intolerance Tests Accurate?

Seminars About Long Term Thinking: Larry  Harvey: Why The Man Keeps Burning; Kevin Kelly: Technium Unbound; Jesse Ausubel: Nature is Rebounding: Land- and Ocean-sparing through Concentrating Human Activities; David Keith: Patient Geoengineering; Paul Saffo: The Creator Economy; Michael Shermer: The Long Arc of Moral Progress; Beth Shapiro: How to Clone a Mammoth; Neil Gaiman: How Stories Last; Ramez Naam: Enhancing Humans, Advancing Humanity; Sara Seager: Other Earths. Other Life. Stewart Brand, Paul Saffo: Pace Layers Thinking

 TED Radio Hour: Why We Lie; What is Original? Peering Into Space; The Hackers; Champions; Disruptive Leadership; The Violence Within Us; Simply Happy; Beauty and the Brain; Unstoppable Learning; Animals and Us; From Curiosity to Discovery; Transformation; The End of Privacy; The Source of Creativity; Predicting the Future; The Next Greatest Generation; How It All Began; Extrasensory; Solving It; Playing with Perceptions; Quiet; To the Edge; The Money Paradox; Just a Little Nicer; Memory Games; Misconceptions; In Search Of; Brand over Brain; Keeping Secrets; What We Fear; Seven Deadly Sins; How We Love; The Unknown Brain; Success; Solve for X; Spoken and Unspoken; What is Original; Press Play; Why We Lie; Framing the Story; Maslow’s Human Needs; Getting Organized; Identities; Trust and Consequences; The Fountain of Youth; Shifting Time

TED Talks (mostly audio versions, probably very incomplete list): TED: Robert Swan: Let’s save the last pristine continent – Robert Swan (2014); TED: Sarah Bergbreiter: Why I make robots the size of a grain of rice – Sarah Bergbreiter (2014); TED: Joe Madiath: Better toilets, better life – Joe Madiath (2014); Nadine Burke Harris: How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime; Topher White: What can save the rainforest? Your used cell phone; Marc Kushner: Why the buildings of the future will be shaped by … you; Markham Nolan: How to separate fact and fiction online; The Forgotten History of Autism; Sara Seager: The search for planets beyond our solar system; Chris Burkard: The joy of surfing in ice-cold water; Esther Perel: Rethinking infidelity … a talk for anyone who has ever loved; Steven Wise: Chimps have feelings and thoughts. They should also have rights; The Lady Lifers: A moving song from women in prison for life; Elora Hardy: Magical houses, made of bamboo; Anand Varma: The first 21 days of a bee’s life; Tal Danino: Programming bacteria to detect cancer (and maybe treat it); Abe Davis: New video technology that reveals an object’s hidden properties; Pamela Ronald: The case for engineering our food; Sophie Scott: Why we laugh; Greg Gage: How to control someone else’s arm with your brain; Nick Bostrom: What happens when our computers get smarter than we are? Clint Smith: How to raise a black son in America;

This American Life: #537: The Alibi; #538: Is This Working? #539: The Leap; #540 A Front; $541: Regrets, I’ve Had a Few; #542: Wait – Do You Have The Map? #544: Batman; #545 If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say, SAY IT IN ALL CAPS; #546 Burroughs 101; #547 Cops See It Differently, Part One; #548: Cops See It Differently, Part Two; #549 Amateur Hour; #550 Three Miles; #551: Good Guys; #552: Need to Know Basis; #553 stuck in the Middle; #554 Not it! #555: The incredible Rarity of Changing Your Mind; #556: Same Bed, Different Dreams; #557: Birds & Bees; #558: Game Face; #559: Captain’s Log; %560: Abdi and the Golden Ticket; #561: NUMMI 2015; #562: The Problem We All Live With; #563: The Problem We All Live With Part Two; #564: Too Soon?

This Week in Microbiology: TWiM #70: A paroxysmal cough; TWiM #71: Colon cancer’s little shop of horrors; TWiM #72: The benefits of virulence; TWiM #73: Eyeing root nodule development; TWiM #74: It came from the Siberian permafrost; TWiM #75: Pellicles on pickle jars; TWiM #76: Genetic biopixels and a pathogenic sweet tooth; TWiM #77: Zombie plants and no pain, no gain; TWiM #78: A bacterium grows in Brooklyn; TWiM #90: Think globally, act locally; TWiM #91: Rats, viruses, and bacteria; TWiM #92: Flying biofilms; TWiM #93: Worming in on bacteria

The Tim Ferriss Show: Brené Brown on Vulnerability and Home Run TED Talks; How to Build a World-Class Network in Record Time; Kevin Kelly on Artificial Intelligence and Designer Babies; Tara Brach on Meditation and Overcoming FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out); Jane McGonigal on Getting More Done with Less Stress and The Health Benefits of Gaming; Stanley McChrystal on Anti-War Americans, Pushing Your Limits, and The Three Military Tests You Should Take; Sam Harris on Daily Routines, The Trolley Scenario, and 5 Books Everyone Should Read; General Stan McChrystal on Eating One Meal Per Day, Special Ops, and Mental Toughness; Kelly Starrett on the 80/20 of Mobility and Performance; Are Psychedelic Drugs the Next Medical Breakthrough?

Waking Up With Sam Harris: Mindfulness Meditation (9 Minutes) (about 15 times); Looking for the Self (26 Minutes) (about 5 times); How to talk to a Christian; Drugs And The Meaning Of Life; Why Don’t I Criticize Israel? WAKING UP – Chapter One; The Path and the Goal; After Charlie Hebdo and Other Thoughts; The Chapel Hill Murders and ‘Militant’ Atheism; Through the Eyes of a Cult; Ask Me Anything #1; Faith vs. Fact: An Interview with Jerry Coyne; Leaving the Church: A Conversation with Megan Phelps-Roper; The Moral Gaze: A Conversation with Joshua Oppenheimer; The Virtues of Cold Blood: A Conversation with Paul Bloom; Questions Along the Path; The Dark Side; What I Really Think About Profiling; The Multiverse and You

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