In this episode, I interview Susan Jones of Creative Behavior Systems. Susan is a 20+ year educator and the Founder & Lead Facilitator of Creative Behavior Systems; a Trauma Informed Education & Training Consulting business. She shares with us her insight on Trauma Informed practices and how organizational systems, school systems, businesses & EVEN POLITICIANS (!) can benefit from using Trauma Informed practices in their work and day to day interactions with people. We define Trauma Informed, we explore its applications & we observe how being truly Trauma Informed is a practice of Self-Love, Self-Care & Self-Preservation! You can reach Susan at https://www.creativebehaviorsystems.com/Email her directly: Susan@creativebehaviorsystems.comOn Instagram @creativebehaviorsystems& Facebook at Creative Behavior Systems. More information about the ACEs study HERE!Support me on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/MindFULL_Mari
To kick off series two of Women of Steel, we speak the founder of Tata Steel’s Steel Women’s Network, and recent Institution of Engineering and Technology award winner, Susan Jones. Following a first taste of the steel industry while studying for her Masters, Susan had stints in the aerospace and automotive sectors. Since her return to the steelworks, Susan has not only flown the flag for women in STEM, but planted it firmly in the middle of the traditionally male-dominated workplace. There’s no getting away from it, Susan is a true woman of steel.
This week’s Barre Talk guest is an internationally recognized stager and coach, Susan Jones. Susan is currently a Regisseur at American Ballet Theatre where she danced with the Company for eight successive seasons. She was appointed Regisseur in 1980. Next year will mark 50 years since Jones joined ABT! Jones has staged works for Orlando Ballet including Don Quixote and Sinatra Suite. Her ABT stagings include George Balanchine’s Symphonie Concertante, Agnes de Mille’s Fall River Legend, Twyla Tharp’s Push Comes to Shove, Bach Partita, The Brahms-Haydn Variations, and many others.
How to build a carbon free building with Susan Jones
Modern Built Environment
Learn how to build a carbon-free building that is safe, economical, and healthy by the use of wood in this episode. Tom and Susan Jones dive deep into details of Mass Timber and its importance today. "And my dream more than anything is to have more and more buildings built ideally out of mass timber, but as sustainable as possible. "
Episode 3 - Depression and Treatment with Dr. Susan Jones
Tough Mama Podcast
Dr. Jones and I discuss mood disorders and treatment. One of the main goals of this podcast is to demystify the world of mental health and treatment. In this episode, Dr. Jones and I aim to do just that. Dr Jones was trained in Clinical Psychology at the University of Georgia and completed completed her clinical internship at The Medical University of South Carolina and VA Consortium. She has been licensed by the Board of Examiners in Psychology of the State of South Carolina since 1990. Dr Jones was a tenured professor of psychology from 1988 - 2019 at Charleston Southern University and holds the designation of Professor Emerita of Psychology.For more information about Dr. Jones, visit her at drsusanjones.com or find her on facebookBook Recommendations from Dr. Jones: The Mindful Way Through Depression The Mindful Way Workbook: An 8-Week Program to Free Yourself from Depression and Emotional DistressSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=T7ZPPYCWQ3JZ8)
Tom's guest is Susan Jones, FAIA and Founder of Atelier Jones. Susan's firm seeks out sites, buildings and materials with inherent but underutilised value to harvest their embodied energy, their catalytic power for owners and communities, as well as their beauty. Her work creates delight and wonder in leftover, dirty, forgotten places and spaces, and materials, while creating new uses in innovative and beautiful ways.Susan has also forged this cross-disciplinary approach through embracing methodologies mined from sustainability and materials research, from historic preservation and adaptive reuse movements, real estate development as well as community activism.
Elite Edupreneurs: Empowering Educators to Become Entrepreneurs
Show Notes & Links Elite Edupreneurs: Empowering Educators to Become Entrepreneurs 9/17/19 Episode 110: Susan Jones - Susan Jones Teaching Today I interview Susan from Susan Jones Teaching. Susan shares how she thinks backward when it comes to her email list, how she uses her mindset for time management, and why she hates marketing and social media. We also discuss her new membership site, why she started filming Youtube videos, and her Less Stress Success conference for edupreneurs. Elite Pinning Course Asana Later Trello Tailwind Meet Edgar Buffer Airtable Jodi - Clutter-free Classroom Amy Porterfield Less Stress Success Cara Carrol - 1st Grade Parade Connect with Susan on social media: TpT Store Website / Blog Instagram Facebook Pinterest Youtube Connect with Rachel on social media: Elite Edupreneurs Website / Blog Elite Edupreneurs Instagram Elite Eduprenerus Facebook Elite Edupreneurs Facebook Group Elite Pinning Course TpT Store Bright Futures Counseling Website / Blog Bright Futures Counseling Facebook Bright Futures Counseling Instagram Bright Futures Counseling Pinterest Bright Futures Counseling Twitter Bright Futures Counseling YouTube If you are enjoying Elite Edupreneurs please subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes!