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Expert Insights by the Black Dog Institute is a series of podcasts each tackling an important mental health topic and providing insight and expert knowledge from and for health professionals. Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, ...
 
Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, remove stigma and improve lives. Here you will find all of the Podcasts produced by the Black Dog including Expert Insights, Being Well and Emprac.
 
The "In The Black Podcast" is a light hearted and educated podcast dedicated to covering the current events, social issues, and hot topics going on in your black world, and covering it all from the perspective of 3 Black, working-class professionals, fathers, and family men. Informed. Intelligent. In The Black.
 
The Code Black podcast explores a range of topics including pop culture, current affairs, business and career tips from the unique viewpoint of black communicators. The Code Black Communicator network is a resource for the advancement of black integrated communications professionals, providing inspiration, guidance and representation.
 
Adult content. Grabby award winner and GayVN award nominee Robert Black is your host. His interviews will inform, entertain, and inspire you to embrace the sexual hero in you. Guests include sex workers, content creators, educators, activists, artists, authors, singers, photographers, healthcare professionals, adult film producers, and more. There is a link to a guest application/nomination at RobertBlack.info. Follow Robert on Twitter @RobertBlackXXX.
 
Black card Dj's are a group of dj professionals who provides exclusive entertainment for your next event. We specialize in creating an upscale experience for your special occasion. Elegance and Professionalism is our standard. Let us create an experience you will remember for a lifetime.
 
Bougie Babes! Black Bougie Broads featuring Kev consists of 3 friends who are bougie, shady and have a lot to say! This eclectic group of friends met at the illustrious North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. Don’t let the title fool you, these business professionals let their hair down to tell you how they feel about the latest in current events and drama within their personal lives. So grab your cocktail and your edges and enjoy this bougie experience.
 
Podcast series "Unboxing Content Marketing" is part of Tekes-funded research project Black Box of Content Marketing. In this series the researchers take different perspectives to learn more about content marketing by interviewing content marketing professionals and researchers. The research project is carried out in co-operation by the Jyvaskyla University School of Business and Economics, and University of Tampere. Learn more at: r.jyu.fi/blackbox.
 
Keys to the Shop is a podcast designed to provide the coffee retail professional, with insights, inspiration, and the tools you will need to grow and advance your coffee career or coffee business. Together we learn from experts both in and outside the coffee industry as they deliver specific, practical, and actionable advice about barista work, management, leadership, personal development, and anything else that will help you achieve success.
 
We know you've got time to listen to this podcast about Orange is the New Black. Each week we're going to dive deep into an episode from OITNB Season 4. Host Erin Qualey is an experienced therapist and will invite various professionals in the mental health and criminal justice fields onto the podcast each week to discuss and fact check the show as well as process all our feels. But we're not in this alone. Join us! You can contact the podcast on Twitter @YouveGotTimePod, via email at YouveGo ...
 
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The festive season is a time of celebration but it can also be a period of high stress for those of us working in mental health. The festive season can mean preparing for the shutdown of a private clinic whilst ensuring that our clients are well-supported in our absence. It can also mean managing higher rates of grief, trauma, and isolation in our …
 
Where do we even start when choosing tools for our roastery? There are an incredible number of options from basic and inexpensive -to complex and costly. In the most recent issue of Roast Magazine, today's guest, Kat Melheim gives us an outline of tools and resources through the entire roasting process that can help clarify this dilemma. Kat Melhei…
 
In this week's episode we discuss how recent polling shows that a large portion of American's don't want to have children. We take a look at the possible causes. Also, we talk about how Barbados has officially cut its ties with Queen Elizabeth and the UK, and why that's cause to celebrate. And why is one of the co-founders of Spotify investing in m…
 
Small businesses like coffee shops are known for their ability to be resourceful and get things done with what they have. However, when you set out to open a shop or create a new initiative in an existing coffee bar, there can be a tendency to reflexively buy in the things you will serve and to under-explore doing or making some things yourself. In…
 
The festive season is a time of celebration but it can also be a period of high stress for those of us working in mental health. The festive season can mean preparing for the shutdown of a private clinic whilst ensuring that our clients are well-supported in our absence. It can also mean managing higher rates of grief, trauma, and isolation in our …
 
What happens when we allow ourselves to get caught up in comparing ourselves and our businesses to those around us? The simple answer is that we stifle growth and kill off the joy of what we have and who we are doing it all for. Way back in 2017 we released an episode called "Death by Comparison" that explores this idea and I thought now would be a…
 
With rising costs of living, steadily increasing debt, and stagnant wages, middle class Americans may find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. But is there even a Black middle class? Imari Smith, a doctoral student in Duke University’s Joint Program in Sociology and Public Policy, argues that the Black middle class is a “subaltern middle class”…
 
This month's Founder Friday has a TON of heart! The story of Heartwood Coffee Roasters is on of perseverance, constance in values, and a deep dependency and connection to amazing people. Today we will be talking with Heartwood founder Jim Sanders who realized the dream of leaving a long and successful but unsatisfying career to do something he was …
 
This time of year I am thinking about what I am thankful for and also I am thinking about how hard it is to enter into thankfulness vs other more accessible emotions and mental states. So much of this, to my mind, has to do with the all consuming nature of a business like coffee. When you own your own business or you are so passionate and invested …
 
Every year women perform thousands of hours and trillions of dollars of unpaid work. You’ve likely heard of the invisible daily household work women perform, but what about unpaid community activism performed by Black and Brown women? Dr. Nina Banks, an associate professor of economics at Bucknell University, argues that this collective activism pl…
 
Back in 2018 at a Coffee Fest in Baltimore I had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Stephen Zinnerman, owner and founder of (along with his wife Natasha) The Coffee Enthusiast: A Brewing Company (TCE). Back when we first met on the show floor, he was just starting TCE and since then they have experienced A LOT of growth both in their family a…
 
Adult content. Matty Myers shares a very personal and inspirational tale. As a young adult, he was forced to participate in a gay conversion program. Today, he is thriving and very comfortable in his own skin. Links Twitter @ThePurpleMatty IG @PurpleMatty Tik Tok @PurpleMatty Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sexualheroes)…
 
In competition we stress about the performance and we practice the skills repeatedly in order to be able to do well on the day. While this approach is needed, there is another approach to preparation that goes deeper and helps ensure that, no mater what you are wanting to do better in (Latte art, management, leadership, etc) you will show up consis…
 
Do you feel like you need to be good at everything in order to be a good leader? That is a pretty common thought but the fact is that this way approach to leadership stifles both you and those you lead. Instead we should focus on what qualities will allow us to lead people with different skills than us effectively. Today I want to talk about six th…
 
Many employers require their employees to follow workplace dress codes. Employers can regulate employees’ clothing, makeup, hairstyles, nails, and more. Your employer might even be able to regulate your weight. Although the line between discriminatory and simply burdensome may seem blurry, today, Professor Stacy Hawkins, Vice Dean and Professor of …
 
Adult content. CagedJock is an adult actor and model based in New York City. He chose his name when Tumblr was the vehicle for posting content depicting his interest in sports gear and chastity. Now, with the same moniker, he has a big fan base on platforms like OnlyFans, Justfor.Fans, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter, with nearly 200K followers. Ca…
 
Hustle culture teaches us that we should be working pretty much all the time. In order to succeed we need to sacrifice a lot and where the limit is nobody quite knows. What happens too often is we only really start to back off when we burn out but by then it's too late. Recently I was ask by an attendee at Coffee Fest, "How can I get over feeling g…
 
After spending over a year working from home, returning to the office and readjusting to your company dress code can be challenging. Today, Doreen Pierre, a Brooklyn based fashion writer, visual content creator, and events producer chats about how restrictive dress codes inhibit us from bringing our true Selves to work. Doreen’s work centers people…
 
Training and education is an ongoing process. Not just for those we are training but also for ourselves as trainers and educators. If we adopt the same type of "always learning" mentality we want to see in other, then the way we understand and conduct training will change over time. Today we will be exploring training and education through the care…
 
Adult content. Andrew Gurza is an award winning Disability Awareness Consultant and the Chief Disability Officer and Co-founder of Handi, a sex toy company that puts pleasure within reach for disabled people. Andrew uses they/he pronouns and identifies proudly as disabled. Their work has been featured on BBC, CBC, Daily Xtra, Gay Times UK, Huffingt…
 
In this week's episode, we discuss "ghosting" and how to pick up on the "red flags" in a relationship. We also tackle how Democrats allowed Glenn Youngkin to win in the Virginia gubernatorial race, and who's to blame. And former Las Vegas Raider's wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was involved in a tragic car crash while under the influence of alcohol,…
 
How we think of money and its place in our coffee shop's culture will have huge implications for how your staff either engage or disengage with the success of the store. The first step is to examine our mindset and then connect the metrics to meaningful outcomes. Today on shift break we will chat about how we can shift the conversation around metri…
 
Will the future of psychological therapy combine the best of digital interventions with clinician expertise? A growing body of evidence in this space indicates that when used well, digital interventions in conjunction with therapy can enhance patient progress and maintain treatment momentum between sessions. This Expert Insights session explores th…
 
Will the future of psychological therapy combine the best of digital interventions with clinician expertise? A growing body of evidence in this space indicates that when used well, digital interventions in conjunction with therapy can enhance patient progress and maintain treatment momentum between sessions. This Expert Insights session explores th…
 
Are you guilty of performative allyship? Today’s guest, Dr. Maxine Davis, a scholar, activist, and author, breaks down the pitfalls of performative allyship and how even well-meaning professionals can perpetuate oppression and social harms in the workplace. In early 2021, Dr. Davis authored an article in Nature Human Behavior, Anti-black practices …
 
Adult content. In this episode I’m joined by three of my masturbation ("bate") brothers to discuss the outcome of a recent survey I posted on Twitter. I asked men in the bate scene to describe behavior they’ve encountered from other bators that is not cool. Mike, well known in the bate community as SFNaturalMuscle, was a guest in episode six of the…
 
Making a decision on an espresso machine can come with a lot of stress and uncertainty. With so many different options, configurations, styles, and promises made by manufactures it is hard to know that you will be happy with what you end up with. On top of that, will it be able to serve the needs of the business? Really it boils down to wants, need…
 
In this week's episode we discuss Dave Chappelle and his on going battle against "cancel culture" and the Trans-Community. Is Chappelle being singled out, or is this all self-inflicted? Also, recently the Philadelphia police department held a press conference providing details about a rape case. Only to find out that the details were a lie. We talk…
 
"We are the only coffee shop in our town that serves this!" I will bet that you have thought or said this, or some version of this phrase, yourself as you have planned or run your business. Being the only one to have something is exhilarating at first, but then it tends to fade as the thing we thought would be our defining differentiator, becomes m…
 
Far too often, we operate in workplaces where women of color leaders are lacking. However, that’s not because women of color lack leadership skills. Nor is it because of a lack of interest. Break Concrete is kicking off Season 4 with Dr. Marlette Jackson, a scholar, diversity and inclusion consultant, and co-author of the Harvard Business Review ar…
 
Adult content. If you’re not already a foot lover, you may think about feet in a whole new way after this episode. My guest is Nick Charms. His journey in adult entertainment started long before OnlyFans, documenting his bliss, worshiping big beautiful soles. Somewhere between a lumberjack’s son and a furry woodland nymph, Nick has carved a niche a…
 
Have you ever wondered how you can get your staff energized and highly invested in the success of your business? This is one of the struggles that a lot of coffee shop owners have. Turns out the best solution for this challenge is to give your staff a real stake in the outcomes of the business and trust them like partners. Today we will be explorin…
 
This Founder Friday is such unique success story! What started as a dream between two best friends (one an actor, the other a classical opera singer) has now been a 7 year coffee journey that is easily the most important and rewarding performance of their lives. From a humble garage to now an award winning roastery with 4 cafes and countless culina…
 
Confrontation and difficult conversations are things we tend to avoid. One of the outcomes of this is an increasingly passive-aggressive style of management that seeks to take care of the issue without having to face it. Today on Shift Break we will be talking about this common issue in coffee shops and how we can reframe confrontation and do away …
 
Few things are as essential to the global barista community as Barista Magazine. For 16 years they have been "Serving people Serving Coffee" and advancing the knowledge, craft, and profession of the barista with every issue. Barista Magazine gives a platform and voice to the vibrant and amazing people who make amazing coffee and today we get to tal…
 
In this podcast we discuss how GPs and Allied Health Professionals can reduce the negative impact of loneliness on the mental health of older patients. Loneliness in older people is emerging as one of the most significant issues experienced, and with the emergence of COVID-19 the risk of loneliness has continued to increase. Loneliness is linked to…
 
In this webinar, we will explore the impacts of sexual violence on health and wellbeing and focus on how healthcare providers can provide support that promotes healing and recovery. In the current #metoo climate, it is expected that disclosures of sexual violence will become increasingly prevalent, reinforcing the need for healthcare providers to b…
 
In this webinar we will discuss how General Practitioners, psychologists and allied health professionals can support the mental health of patients who are refugees. We explore the importance of understanding cross cultural differences in the understanding and presentation of mental illness. Hosted by: Dr Phoebe Holdenson-Kimura Guests: A/Prof Jill …
 
This webinar will explore how GPs, Psychologists, other Allied Health Professionals and Pharmacists can best work together to provide collaborative care to patients and improve mental health outcomes. Hosted by: Dr Jan Orman Guests: Elise Apolloni, Dr Guy Gordon and Dr Peter Baldwin Based on Webinar 46 in the eMHPrac Series for Health Professionals…
 
This question gets brought up often when people are discussing their plans to open a coffee shop. The answer, as you might expect, is not as easy as saying yes or no. Ultimately we need to explore what is behind the question. Why is it being asked and how can you answer it for yourself. Today on Shift break I will be giving you my perspective on th…
 
Italian coffee has shaped how the world understands coffee and cafe culture. These days there is a movement to take the traditional Italian way of of getting a coffee and elevate the quality and the experience making it a truly specialty coffee experience. At the heart of that movement is Aroma Caffe todays guest, Alessandro Galtieri. Alessandro ha…
 
How coffee is processed after harvest has an incredible impact on the final quality in the cup. Today we have the luxury of choosing form a wide variety of processing techniques. Whether you are a roaster or a farmer, understanding what these methods contribute to the coffee as well as their impact on the environment, and the industry is critical. …
 
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