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The Reframed Brain Podcast highlights the importance of centering brain health and unseen injuries. Founder and host, Erica Savage delivers honest experience-driven commentary as a brain injury champion and mental health advocate after surviving being hit twice by a large truck while traveling for work in March 2021. Erica’s political and social work has been paused and re-routed as a result of active healing and ongoing recovery. Featured guests will range from medical practitioners to ther ...
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ReFramed

ReFramed podcast by 'Not Who I Pictured'

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It started with a photo. ReFramed is a podcast in conjunction with the book, Not Who I Pictured, where storytellers solve the mysteries behind pictures they cannot stop thinking about.
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Reentry Reframed

Kristen Shook & Melissa Goodman | Mirror, Inc

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Reentry Reframed focuses on the journeys of individuals who are returning to the community after being incarcerated. Our goal is to reframe the way reentry is perceived while giving hope to those going through this process. We strive to inform society of the obstacles justice-involved individuals face while gathering like minds to systematically develop a solution. This podcast is sponsored by Mirror, Inc.
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Pain Reframed

Evidence In Motion

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Pain Reframed is a podcast for physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants and other health care providers about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that ...
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Unraveled, Untamed, & Unashamed Season 1 Episode 1 – Christina Baker, creator and host of this new series, dives into to some unchartered and difficult territory. The goal of this series is to for our listeners to unravel some of your limiting and destructive beliefs, to allow yourself to consider untamed and novel thoughts, to let go of the things that aren’t working and to live unashamed and authentically you. Join us today as guest Jill DuBois and I take a trip down memory lane of growing ...
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Today's Reframed Brain episode highlights understanding and exercising your wellness within featuring Holistic Health and Wellness Curator, Dr. Kathryn Tapper, MD. Please subscribe and like @The Reframed Brain Podcast YouTube channel and preorder your copy of The Fight To Fly at TheReframedBrain.com today! Dr. Kathryn Tapper aka Dr. KTap is a Mayo …
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Today's Reframed Brain episode highlights the intersection of food and wellness while lifting forward two critical awareness campaigns: Maternal Mental Health and Mental Health Month. We also share resoures for help and important numbers to share! Please leave a 5-star review, subscribe and like @The Reframed Brain Podcast YouTube channel and conne…
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This episode is incredibly special because Heather is sharing her journey for the first time on a public platform. Heather will tell you, “Hope is everything,” and we could not agree more. Born raised in South Central California, Heather DiDomenico Graves recalls what impacted her childhood most was childhood obesity. Reflecting, she describes how …
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Today is our final episode. We thought it would be fitting to have our favorite guest, Teresa Dunn on the show one more time as we share memories, moments, and what we hope Life Reframed has meant as we end this journey. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you. This show would not exist without listeners and we've been blessed with ever…
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What if the safest place for our hearts was with the Father? Today, we're talking about how this is true, and how we can unlearn the things that have broken this in us. Jesus is God repairing relationship with us. We discuss this beautiful truth, and much more on today's episode. This is a follow-up episode to last week’s episode, which we recommen…
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Today, we are talking about attachment. Attachment Theory is a psychological rubric for understanding ourselves through our relationships, specifically with those closest to us. But what if it also applied to our relationship with God? Rick and Lauren are discussing this today and next week. Rick references our episode with Clyde Baker. Email Rick …
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Today, we are joined by Clyde Baker, a man whom Rick considers one of his spiritual fathers. Clyde and his wife, Gwyn, have been instrumental in Rick's life since they first met. Their deep relationship has grown over the years, and now, we have the privilege to hear from someone who means so much to Rick. Email Rick at rickdunn61@gmail.com or find…
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Judge Stephen Bough joins us for a special episode providing perspective from his side of the courtroom. Judge Bough was nominated by President Obama in 2014 to serve as a United States District Judge of the United States Court for the Western District of Missouri. In more recent years, Judge Bough presided over Reentry Court for the Western Distri…
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Today we are joined by Ben Green, an elder at Fellowship Church. Ben doesn't have a heart for missions, missions are his heart and he shares how this has opened him up to his family, to his church, and most of all, to the heart of God. Rick references our episode with Matt Scheunaman, The Spiritual Heart of a Man. Email Rick at rickdunn61@gmail.com…
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Today Rick and Lauren are joined by their friend and producer of Life Reframed, Sam Scott and they're having an insightful discussion on stories. This conversation is near to our hearts at Life Reframed because we believe that life is a redemption story, and that's what all this reframing is about. Sam references Beate Not the Poore Desk by Walt Wa…
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In this episode, hosts Rick and Lauren are joined by counselor Matt Scheuneman from the Biblical Life Counseling Center, focusing on the spiritual journey of men and the challenges related to shame. Together, they delve into the complexities of societal expectations, personal regrets, and cultural pressures that contribute to the weight of shame in…
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Dustin Moore grew up in an idyllic setting in San Diego, California, where he surfed and lived the “country club” lifestyle. He claims his childhood was one of privilege and care, and he gravitated towards any sport he could be involved with. Starting college, that is when his life started to turn course; regarding addiction, Dustin remarks this is…
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We just don't feel like we're allowed to be at God. But characters in the Bible often are, and today, Rick tells us how perhaps this anger is an invitation to be known more deeply by God, and love him more and that by understanding that it's okay to express our feelings to God, we can develop a more authentic and honest relationship with Him. Rick …
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Every day, we're calculating risk. We may not be aware of it, but there are parts of our lives where we're comfortable with risk and parts where we're terrified of it. And this will always be true, but Rick and Lauren share how, in walking with Jesus, there are some things that are never at risk. Like his love and care for us. Rick and Lauren discu…
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Rick and Lauren are joined by Bill Lyle who is the current pastor at Virtue Church in Farragut, TN. Bill shares his story of how God redeemed the pain of a lost marriage, changes in career and life, and how Jesus never leaves us even in the darkest places. Bill Lyle is the pastor at Virtue Church in Farragut, TN. Bill has provided his e-mail addres…
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Psychological safety is a term we often hear about in the workplace: it's about a safe place for ideas, creativity, and how mistakes are handled. Today, Rick and Lauren discuss how these same ideas can apply to our relationships, and our walk with God. Rick references an article by Amy Gallo. Rick references the book Fierce Conversations by Susan S…
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Sheesh! What a wild ride! This past year has “kinda” been one for the books. As MG and K. Shook reflect on previous episodes, guests, new program initiatives, and just downright nonsense, this episode is a lot of fun. With thirty episodes published and going strong, Reentry Reframed continues to be a force to be reckoned with. Second chances are a …
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What do I do? What job do I take? Do I move? Do I do this, or that, or this other thing? We've all found ourselves in the place of not knowing what God's plan for us is and today Rick and Lauren discuss how this is where his gift of wisdom matters. As always, Rick and Lauren approach this with humor and honest stories from their own experiences. Em…
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Rick's got a story that illustrates how the more a vine is challenged, the deeper the roots must go. And surprise: being a follower of Jesus means the same thing. On today's episode, Rick and Lauren discuss what this means for us with their trademark vulnerability and sharing experiences from their own lives. Email Rick at rickdunn61@gmail.com or f…
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In this episode, Rick and Lauren are joined by R.D. and Emily McClenagan to discuss the ups and downs of marriage. As Lead Pastor elect of Fellowship Church, R.D. shares how he and his family navigate the challenges of a new direction in their lives. The conversation delves into how marriages can grow through difficult seasons and periods of transi…
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It's a new year! Rick and Lauren today discuss how a fresh start might just be an invitation to become more of who we were meant to be. Rick references Susan Scott’s book Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in LIfe One Conversation at a Time. Email Rick at rickdunn61@gmail.com or find him on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Email La…
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As the first face welcoming those seeking sobriety walking through the doors of Topeka Residential Treatment, LaShanda Daniels says, “When you’re here, you’re family.” Emulating the ‘open arms’ approach of Mirror’s beloved director who passed away in 2020, Richard Gilchrist, LaShanda explains how she carries on his legacy every single day. LaShanda…
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The holiday season is upon us. Maybe it comes quicker every year for you, maybe you love it, maybe you dread it. Wherever you are, we want to offer you a show today that helps you reframe this season, to do a "price check" as Rick calls it to ensure we're focusing on what really matters. Email Rick at rickdunn61@gmail.com or find him on Facebook, T…
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Sometimes we all need to be hit with a truth that doesn't feel good yet also feels life-giving at the same time. We hope this episode offers you that experience; because we all have places where we need to grow up. But the easy part is the knowing, and today Rick and Lauren will share how to get to the hard part: growing with their usual humor, vul…
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From a young age, Nathan Voss recalls struggling in school. Eventually, he was prescribed medication to help him focus while learning. It did not take long for Nathan to realize his medication was a hot commodity he could trade for other medication, such as opiates, to feed his addiction. While his passion was in music, he spiraled deeper in his ad…
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When we're struggling with shame, the last thing we want to do is share it with others. Let's reframe that. What if when we brought our shame to those closest to us, we were met with grace? Today Rick and Lauren talk about how essential this is to breaking the grip of shame, and how this is the stance of Jesus towards us. Rick references the film T…
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Join Rick and Lauren in this thought-provoking episode as they explore how, as we age, we begin to offer a unique and profound strength to those in our lives. It might look different the older we get, but it's empowered by the same Christ and the same gospel. Today’s discussion was inspired by the book From Strength to Strenght: Finding success, ha…
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You're at the beach, at a birthday party, or even on the couch about to watch a movie with family and friends. But your mind is somewhere else: that deadline at work, that confrontation earlier today, this conversation you're going to have to have, and on, and on, and on. We all have moments where we just aren't there. What do we do about that? Tod…
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As a youth, Fred spent a great deal of time moving around due to being the youngest child in a military family. Following the separation of his parents, Fred and his mother settled in El Paso, Texas where his home life would feel anything but safe. As his mother's addiction spiraled out of control, Fred sought refuge in the streets. Having a strong…
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Join hosts Rick and Lauren as they welcome their friend Tiffany for a powerful and inspiring episode. In this candid conversation, Tiffany shares her remarkable journey from shame to hope, revealing how her life has been radically transformed by finding her worth in the heart of Jesus. This episode is a testament to the redemptive story God is tell…
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Well, that title is a scary one. But Rick, and Lauren aren't afraid of this one because, as always on Life Reframed, we're viewing distrusting the Lord through the lens of His redemptive story. And how by admitting our distrust, or even exposed in our mistrust, can lead us deeper into the heart of Jesus. Rick references Brennan Manning’s Ruthless T…
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Today Rick and Lauren are joined by their dear friend, Angie Ward, who is a Director at Denver Seminary. As always with Angie, the conversation got deep quickly, and we delve into what it means to be the body of Christ, and how we've lost parts of that in the Capital-C Church today. Angie joined us before on the episode Women, Men, and Leadership w…
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We are called to be people who see the world as it is. In many ways, that's the heart behind Life Reframed: to see ourselves, God, the world, and the issues we face differently. But we can't understand the world if we can't get our of our bubbles. It's so easy to think, "My way of life is the only way to live." But there are thousands of cultures a…
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In this episode, Rick and Lauren are joined by Avery Weida. Avery brings honesty and vulnerability as she shares where Jesus has been meeting her through community. She will discuss things like how much she loves healthy conflict, how community is hard sometimes, and how God is so willing and ready to meet us through his people. It's a beautifully …
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Olivia Penman, newly Mrs. Olivia Herrman is someone you can find just about anywhere you look in the recovery community celebrating and supporting others. Olivia exudes kindness and love everywhere she goes. When asked what she was like as a youth, Oliva reflected she was not quite sure who she was because it would really depend on who she was arou…
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Get ready to grab your pink attire and a big bowl of popcorn because we're diving headfirst into the world of Barbie! In this episode of our podcast, our special guest, pop-culture expert Amanda McIntyre, will share her expertise on movies and give us an in-depth analysis of the recent blockbuster hit featuring the iconic doll. Furthermore, we'll b…
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Today we are dedicating the whole podcast to an idea we've discussed briefly in other episodes: the inner child. Is this psychological jargon or does it have a place in the life of a Christian? Rick and Lauren discuss how we believe it is the latter and how we can bring these wounded places from our past into the presence of Jesus. As always, their…
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This incredible episode features Seth Dewey, a man who is working hard to ‘disrupt and dismantle’ the systems surrounding Substance Use Disorder to better serve individuals. Prior to being the Health Educator for Reno County, Seth remarks he qualified for his current position by turning his record into his resume. With his perspective, passion, and…
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It's hard to think clearly. It's even harder in our modern world we're we are inundated with e-mails, news, opinions, social media, and on and on and on. All of this adds up to noise in our lives. Today Rick and Lauren discuss what this means and how we can reframe it in light of the Gospel and the redemptive story God is telling in our lives. Rick…
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Today's Reframed Brain episode highlights how to identify the elements of burnout to preserve your best self with guest Dr. Patrice Buckner Jackson. Please subscribe and like @The Reframed Brain Podcast YouTube channel today! Dr. Patrice Buckner Jackson, known in her community as Dr. PBJ, gives educators the strategies for accomplishing purposeful …
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Today we are joined by our friends Bob and Connie Grove. Time spent with them is always rich, and intentional and radiates the love they have for Christ, each other, and young people. That's why we're so glad to have them on the show because you can experience that too.על ידי Fellowship Church
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In this thought-provoking episode, Rick and Lauren explore the concept of manifesting and its compatibility with Christianity. With candid vulnerability and a touch of humor, they delve into how God's redemptive Story of grace, truth, and love may offer an alternative perspective on manifestation and its place in their faith journey. Email Rick at …
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Today's Reframed Brain episode shares more about an online conversation I’m hosting Sunday, Aug 20 at 5PM EST to discuss unseen injuries + conditions and how their effects are manifested in our daily lives. They can present as bursts of anger, unhealthy self-soothing behaviors, sleep disturbances, increased scrolling, and societal withdrawals. RSVP…
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