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Suzanne Robinson

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Episode #6 Dr. Suzanne Robinson explains what is DBT therapy? What to look for when finding a therapist and touches on Borderline Personality Disorder

Help, I Think I Got This

Hello Hello my friends and welcome to help, I think I got this, the podcast where we create a platform for people to share their stories with mental health on their own terms. Today I am joined by Dr. Suzanne Robinson. Suzanne is a licensed DBT therapist who has been a leader of many DBT groups. This episode we talk all about what DBT therapy is, who it was designed for, how it's helpful and so much more. We also talk a little bit Borderline Personality Disorder and what to look for in a therapist when you are searching for one. I hope you guys really enjoy this episode and thank you so much for tuning in!My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helpithinkigotthis/My tik tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@helpithinkigotthis?lang=en


13 Jul 2021

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Value Makers with Suzanne Robinson

The Balance: An Inside Look at the Leadership of Finance in the NHS

In this episode, Suzanne Robinson, Executive Director of Finance & IM&T at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and SRO for FFF Valuemakers talks about the challenges and opportunities facing finance in the NHS at the moment, and we get an insight into Value Makers and designing care around the end user.


27 May 2021

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3 - Suzanne Robinson - I Took a Wrong Turn There Once

Reread, Rewrite, Recommend

A note on this month's audio: Hi, it's Sarah. I tried something new with recording, and got in over my head a bit. You'll hear some artifacts throughout this episode, including traffic and doors. I did my best, but I'm still learning. Sorry! This month the RePod is joined by Suzanne Robinson, the Circulation Services Coordinator at Muskingum County Library System. We talk a little bit about customer service in the library profession, whether librarians are introverts or extroverts, and book to television adaptations. For more information about MCLS, please visit us at muskingumlibrary.org If you'd like to submit your own Reread, Rewrite, Recommend books, or if you have any library questions for our guest hosts, please email Sarah at podcast@muskingumlibrary.org Books mentioned in this episode: All Souls Trilogy (A Discovery of Witches, Shadow of Night, Book of Life) by Deborah Harkness Ninth House - Leigh Bardugo Across the Green Grass Fields - Seanan McGuire To Sir Phillip, With Love - Julia Quinn The Oath - Frank E. Peretti The Scorpion's Tail - Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child


21 Apr 2021

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Ep 149: Crisis Fatigue I Suzanne Robinson

Kiddipedia Podcast

Whilst it’s not an official medical diagnosis, it is a term used to identify a human response associated with burnout due to chronic stress. What is chronic stress? Well it’s the response to emotional pressure suffered for a prolonged period of time in which an individual perceives they have little or no control. COVID being a prime example. Understandably, following the events over the past 12 months, it ’s becoming evident that many of us have experienced symptoms of Crisis Fatigue at some point. It has almost become a little bit of a phenomenon. As many of us may very well may be still be experiencing the mental and physical symptoms that come with this condition, we speak with our guest Suzanne Robinson from Mummy to Twins Plus One, who has admitted herself to suffering with it. We ask Suzanne questions including: Bushfires, COVID, Homeschooling, Financial pressure are some of the reasons you have experienced Crisis Fatigue. Can you share some of your experiences these last 12 months? Crisis Fatigue is a very real condition that the majority of the planet have simultaneously experienced at the same time, which in itself is quite unique don’t you think? How did you find talking to other Mums helped during your darkest moments? What strategies have you applied to help overcome Crisis Fatigue? For the Suzanne’s full article: https://kiddipedia.com.au/crisis-fatigue/ For further details: http://mummytotwinsplusone.com/ Helplines can provide you with immediate access to support and advice that is confidential, free and anonymous. To find a mental health support line, please look at the list below: Mental Health Emergency Response Line 1300 555 788 (Metro) or 1800 676 822 (Peel) or 1800 552 002 (Country/Rurallink) Lifeline 13 11 14 beyondblue 1300 224 636 Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 Suicide Call Back Service* 1300 659 467 The Samaritans Crisis Line*  08 9381 5555 (main line) 08 9388 2500 (Youth Line) or 1800 198 313 (Country Toll Free) Men's Line Australia* 1300 789 978 PANDA (perinatal anxiety and depression), Monday to Friday 9am to 7.30pm AEST)* 1300 726 306 QLife (LGBTI+, 3pm to midnight)* 1800 184 527 Quitline* 13 7848 Butterfly Foundation (eating disorders, 8am to midnight AEST)*See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


30 Mar 2021

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How And Why You Should Create A Vision Board I Suzanne Robinson

Kiddipedia Podcast

Have you ever heard the saying, that thoughts become things? It is true because they are things. Everything we think causes motion and activity. Our thoughts are the frequency of energy that we sent out to the universe as to what we want or don’t want. This frequency of energy spirals back to us giving us what we have sent out and asked for. Have you ever noticed the more you focus on something, the more you receive it? Our thoughts have tremendous power as they shape our vision, outlook on life and perspective and how we choose to see the world around us. What is imprinted in our subconscious mind becomes our reality? So how can we influence our reality? It’s simple we control our thoughts. One way to do this is through the daily activities of manifestation through vision boards. Vision boards are a wonderful way to conquer negative thoughts by the daily practice of positive ones, focusing on the things you want to bring into your life ie dream job, material items like a new phone, clothes To discuss this today we are joined our guest Suzanne Robinson from Mummy to Twins Plus One. We discuss topics including Why would you make a vision board? How can it help you focus your goals and intentions/wishes? Do vision boards work? Some say no and others swear by them. How do you create a vision board? For Suzanne’s full article go to https://kiddipedia.com.au/create-an-online-vision-board/ Suzanne's website: http://mummytotwinsplusone.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


15 May 2020

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Episode 30: Stop the "What If" Thinking, with Suzanne Robinson

The Peaceful Practice

Dawn and Alan discuss "what if" thinking and "awful-izing" with Suzanne Robinson of Issues Explored.  Suzanne is a certified executive, behavioral and life coach with a lot of expertise in coaching people through difficult times.   You can reach Suzanne Robinson: On her website www.issuesexplored.com or via email suzanne@issuesexplored.com You can reach Alan and Dawn in the following places:    Email us at: podcast@peacefulpractice.com Our FB Page:  https://www.facebook.com/peacefulpracticepodcast Our FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mindfulnessforprofessionals/ On the web:  http://www.peacefulpractice.com/podcast/ 


20 Apr 2020

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Dr. Bryan Laskin and Suzanne Robinson (DHD17)

The Very Dental Podcast Network

Episode 17 features Jason being joined by Dr. Bryan Laskin to talk about what kind of old technology is dragging your office down and Suzanne Robinson discusses how the wrong kind of self talk can really bring down your morale and affect your life.  Bryan's links: www.hungrydino.com OperaDDS OperaVR The Operatory podcast Sue's links: www.practicewithhonor.com suzanne@practicewithhonor.com


25 Jun 2018