Integrating Spirituality and Therapy with Dan Kim, LMFT – Episode 107
Behavioral Health Today
At its core, spirituality is a connection and a relationship, but a disposition that flows from that. Therapy is spiritual work. In this episode, we proudly welcome our newest member to our podcast and today’s host Dr. Erin Elmore. Erin is joined by Daniel Kim, LMFT, who has 12 years of experience working with clients who struggle with trauma, relational problems, and spiritual issues. Dan has also worked with members of the clergy who struggle with deep personal issues. Together, Erin and Dan, discuss integrating faith with therapy practice, viewing therapy as spiritual work, working with pastors in therapy, and advocating for therapists to do their own personal work to become better at helping their clients. When we are helping people in our sessions experience unconditional positive regard, compassion, and love as a therapist, and treat our clients with worth and dignity, we help our clients love themselves with self-compassion and acceptance. That is spirituality. For more information about Spiritual Strategy for Counseling and Psychotherapy by P. Scott Richards, PhD and Allen E. Bergin, PhD, please visit: https://www.apa.org/pubs/books/4317077 For more information about How God Changes Your Brain by Andrew Newberg, M.D. and Mark Robert Waldman, please visit: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/120938/how-god-changes-your-brain-by-andrew-newberg-md-and-mark-robert-waldman/ For more information about Building Moral Intelligence by Michele Borba, Ed.D, please visit: https://www.micheleborba.com/books/building-moral-intelligence/ For more information about Soul Searching by Dr. William Doherty, please visit: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/soul-searching-15 For more information about Daniel Kim and his private practice, please visit: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/daniel-c-kim-la-mesa-ca/475310
26. Dan Kim, Le Mans Shenanigans, Super Trofeo Omologato
We Are Auto
Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review! In episode 26: - We got to chat with Dan Kim who broke the internet with his incredible Midnight Purple R34 Nissan Skyline https://www.instagram.com/yoojeankim - 24h Lemans Recap - Huracan STO Spotted and more! Follow us on Instagram @weareauto_ and like us on Facebook!
Dan Kim, Director of the California Department of General Services
The Business of Government Hour
How does the California Department of General Services (DGS) serve state agencies? What is DGS doing to create new services and products? What is the mission of the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA)? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores how States are delivering the business of government with Dan Kim, director of the California Department of General Services. Listen to the podcast.
In almost every organization we visit, teams aren't just having bad meetings—they're having meetings to prepare for those meetings. The virus is spreading. And so we have to ask: when should we have a meeting? And how can we make them more effective when we do? In this episode, we talk about why meetings are a symptom of other problems in the operating system and the path to a healthier meeting culture. Later, we’re joined by Dan Kim from Basecamp, who shares how the iconoclastic "calm company" delights in avoiding meetings unless they're absolutely necessary.Check out Basecamp.com and Dan's post on abolishing recurring meetings.Our book is available now at bravenewwork.com.We want to hear from you. Send your feedback to email@example.com.Looking for some help with your own transformation? Visit theready.com.
In this episode, we talk to Dan Kim about Kotlin. Dan is an Android developer at the company Basecamp and has some great Kotlin posts on the company's famous blog Signal Vs Noise. He was pretty early, on the Kotlin train and has been working with the new language for quite sometime now. Instead of trying to go into every single detail about Kotlin, the nuances of the language, it's syntax etc. we take a more general approach and talk about starting out on Kotlin, how does on go about migrating an Android codebase to Kotlin, what are things we should watch out for when using the language. This and a whole lot more! Show Notes Basecamp blog - Signal vs. Noise Jake Wharton - Using project Kotlin for Android Fragmented - Ep 20 with Hadi (spl. mention shownotes) Dan Lew - Mutable vals in Kotlin Kotlin idioms Kotlin - coding conventions kapt - Annotation processing for Kotlin Kotlin website Kotlin website (source) Kotlin view (binding) libs Kotlin Android extensions Kotterknife Anko Synthetic properties Resources Jake's youtube video Dan's blog posts: How we made Basecamp 3’s Android app 100% Kotlin Some of my favorite Kotlin features Android development with Kotlin - Jake Wharton (video) Introduction to Kotlin - Google I/O 17 (video) Contact @fragmentedcast [twitter.com] @dankim or [email Dan](mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org) @donnfelker and +DonnFelker @kaushikgopal and +KaushikGopalIsMe