S3E11: Acceptance and Commitment Training in Applied Behavior Analysis: Where Have You Been All My Life? With Amanda and Michelle Kelly.
Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast
Amanda and Michelle Kelly join us to talk about their paper, Acceptance and Commitment Training in Applied Behavior Analysis: Where Have You Been All My Life? Show Notes Remember to join us on Facebook to suggest articles to review and questions for authors.https://www.facebook.com/BApractice AcknowledgmentsHost and Executive Producer: Cody Morris, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBAhttps://salve.edu/users/dr-cody-morris Assistant ProducersElizabeth Narvaez Jesse Perrin Organizational SupportABAIhttps://www.abainternational.org/welcome.aspx Behavior Analysis in PracticeEditor, Stephanie Peterson, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://www.abainternational.org/journals/bap.aspx MusicCruising Altitude by Jim Carr and his band New Latitudehttp://www.newlatitudemusic.com Link to Articlehttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40617-021-00587-3 Links from Talkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1429925357078709/about/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1632453700219502/about/ https://www.abainternational.org/events/annual-2022.aspx https://www.abainternational.org/events/international/dublin-2022/conference-home.aspx ReferencesBarnes-Holmes, D. & Harte, C. (2022). Relational frame theory 20 years on: The Odysseus voyage and beyond. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 117(2). https://doi.org/10.1002/jeab.733 Dymond, S. & Roche, B. (2013). Advances in relational frame theory: Research and application. New Harbinger Publications. Tarbox, J., Szabo, T. J., & Aclan, M. (2020). Acceptance and commitment training within the scope of practice of applied behavior analysis. Behavior Analysis in Practice. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-020-00466-3
Embodiment is a practice that allows us to connect to the here and now by using our amazing bodies as resources for healing. Our bodies are wise and exceptionally capable at informing us when something is wrong or in need of our attention. Most of us can tell when we need to go to the bathroom, blow our nose, or tend to a wound. These are simple, relatively neutral experiences we are used to attuning to. However, many have learned to ignore or avoid distressing body cues (i.e. thoughts, emotions, body sensations) because it feels unsafe to approach them, they don't know how to process what's happening, they learned it isn't ok to feel their emotions or trust their experiences, or they may be embarrassed or confused about what they're experiencing.Join Michelle Kelly as we discuss how embodiment practices can support growth, learning, healing, and optimal wellness.About Michelle KellyMichelle Kelly is a passionate optimal wellness practitioner. She dedicated the first 30 years of her life to creating a robust professional dance career. Now, she channels her love of movement and expression in her work as a Clinical Mental health Counselor, Amen Clinics Brain Health Coach, and educator.Michelle founded POW Therapy: Place of Optimal Wellness in Park City, UT and supports her clients by specializing in sex & relationship therapy, EMDR therapy, and holistic health. While working with adult survivors of child sexual abuse at The Younique Foundation, she discovered addressing distress with sexuality was a missing link in many therapy offices. She believes approaching the topics of sexuality and holistic health when treating trauma, relationship distress, and other mental health concerns are essential to sustained healing and enhanced well-being. Approaching what feels scary is a pathway to healing.Michelle chose to reconnect with her dancing roots by founding Fierce & Free MVMT. Fierce & Free MVMT interweaves the worlds of movement & wellness to promote increased resilience, purpose, presence, connection, & joy. She hosts inspiring movement courses with an emphasis on embodiment, attunement, relaxation, connection, and fun. Her forte for tap dancing is nurtured through her offering, Tap Gurus: Enliven your feet. Enlighten your mind. Her passion for healing and optimal wellness is put in to motion during her MVMT meditation courses, where students learn to increase their ability to connect with their emotions, so they can be a guiding light & not something to fear.Michelle practices what she teaches and mindfully chooses optimal wellness so she can create a joyful, healthy, and meaningful life. In addition to her passions for therapy and dance, she’s an energetic outdoor adventurer who loves sharing time in the mountains and beyond with her husband, family, and friends.Websites:Pow Therapy: https://www.powtherapy.comFierce & Free MVMT: https://www.fierceandfree.org
When Michelle Kelly started at Lilly Pulitzer in 2004, her business card read “Major Stores Development Manager.” Now, it says “CEO.” Kelly has held 8 different titles across at least 4 different departments at the company — from retail, to merchandising, marketing, to e-commerce. So in this episode, we chat with Michelle about the art of the pivot. Started from the bottom, now we here. In this episode, Michelle shares: How she got her bosses to let her switch departments How to tell your boss you want to try something new What it was like to take on growth roles and “start over” on new teams What it’s like to manage your friends and peers How she thinks about balancing trying new things and moving up the ladder
Michelle Kelly joins host Stephanie Crugnola on this week's episode to chat which of Shakespeare's characters would make the best Stage Magician! Michelle argues for Ariel (The Tempest) and has Stephanie argue for The Witches (Macbeth)! Vote for who you think should win on Facebook (/p2mpod), instagram, Twitter (@p2mpod), and now TikTok! Make sure to follow Michelle on twitter for all of her absolutely amazing work, and her absolutely amazing dogs! Please check out our Patreon for bonus materials and extra content - including my picks for each of the months' episodes, and some new audition monologue content! Special thanks to our new network: Serious Business for bringing us on board and giving us the space to discuss such an important element of Shakespearean Theatre. Check out their other two shows Adventure Incorporated (an actual play DnD 5e podcast) and Ask The Pokedexpert (a highly academic question and answer podcast/stream about Pokemon)!
Join us for a chit chat with the Practically Perfect in every way, Laura Michelle Kelly - the original stage Mary Poppins! Laura has also appeared as Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof of on Broadway (as daughter to Alfred Molina), and Finding Neverland, as well as the Beggar Woman in the film of Sweeney Todd opposite Johnny Depp. www.LauraMichelleKelly.net --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/connerandsmithshow/message
Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!* Hi everyone! Thank you so much for coming back to listen to another episode. I apologize for the long break I had to take during last year, but I'm back this year with some really great interviews! I hope you enjoy. This week I'm talking to Michelle Kelly about self-love, body positivity, and why she's chosen to be single during this period in her life. Thank you so much Michelle for being my guest this week! IG: @bydaniellerichardson Email: email@example.com (contact me if you want to be on an episode or if you have any feedback/episode ideas!) Blog: purplediarypod.com - there are new reviews AND some original stories on the blog! Go check them out and let me know what you think 😊 Recommended Books: The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz and Robert Greene's books (The 48 Laws of Power and The Art of Seduction) Special thanks to Dara Michelle and Mayah Dyson for allowing me to use their work for the podcast! They're so talented! Everyone go support their art! *ESPECIALLY right now, guys. Local artists need our support more than ever since they're unable to perform live. Dara's art: drawnbydara.com -- Her new website has dropped! You can order prints, stickers, etc and you can get personal commissions! Mayah's music: @mayahdyson & mayahdyson.com -- check out her new single called I Won! Thank you so much for listening. Talk to y'all next week 💜
How to Survive and Thrive after domestic violence, with Michelle Kelly
In her early twenties, Michelle got involved with a charming guy who grew progressively controlling, abusive and physically violent. When she finally freed herself eight years later, her ordeal still wasn't over: another abusive relationship, sex trafficking and substance addiction lay ahead. Today Michelle has a loving family and a thriving writing career. In this episode we talk about different types of safety, why leaving an abusive relationship is often a process of trial and error and about the importance of responsibilities in recovery. The book: Judith Herman's Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence - From Domestic Abuse to Political Terror We also mentioned Besser van der Kolk's The Body Keeps the Score: Mind, Brain and Body in the Transformation of Trauma and The Freedom Programme by Pat Craven Follow Michelle on Twitter @MKellyx81 If you enjoy the podcast, don't forget to subscribe, share and review. Follow us on Twitter @toughlovepc or on Instagram @missleonardis