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Episode 38 | Youth Mental Health Through COVID-19 with Stephen Gray Wallace

CampWire

American Camp Association research associate, Victoria Povilaitis sits down with Stephen Gray Wallace who wears many hats as a school psychologist, adolescent & family counselor, ACA contributor, director of the Center for Adolescent Research & Education (CARE), former national chairman and CEO of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), and much more!  The two unpack research coming from CARE and Total Brain on youth mental health, camp and COVID-19. We are so grateful for our sponsors! ACTIVENetwork Quest Diagnostics WaterMonster ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ All music attributed to artists from freesound.org: -Guitar intro by eltenjohn (https://freesound.org/people/eltenjohn/sounds/59507/) (changes made) -Guitar transition by kvgarlic (https://freesound.org/people/kvgarlic/sounds/149417/) (changes made) -Guitar outro by joshuaempyre (https://freesound.org/people/joshuaempyre/sounds/250749/) (changes made)

33mins

4 Jun 2021

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TE #53 Do Plants Have An Agenda.. And Psychedelics And Spiritual Teachings For Individual And Collective Transformation With Stephen Gray

Transcending Explorations With Lachlan Dunn

Stephen has been interested in spirituality since he was a kid. Like many thousands of others during the explosion of expansive ideas in the 1960s and 70s, he made a connection between spirituality and certain mind-manifesting plants and substances.Stephen Gray has participated in many spirit plant ceremonies, coordinated them for shamans, co-organized the Spirit Plant Medicine Conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada for the past four years, co-authored Cannabis And Spirituality: An explorers guide to an ancient plant spirit ally and written a book with a large section on several entheogenic plants called Returning to Sacred World (O Books, 2010, stephengrayvision.com) and led cannabis ceremonies.Connect With Stephen: http://www.cannabisandspirituality.com/To check out my full SLEEP course head over tohttps://listenable.io/for a free 7 day trial  and then use the link below or coupon code lachlandunnn for a 30% discount on your subscription.https://frstre.com/go/?a=76205-87a7d9&s=1505104-ffec16&p_affiliate.referral_code=lachlandunnnConnect with me:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lachlan.dunn/https://www.instagram.com/transcendingexplorations/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lachlan.dunn.161/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOSrM6mN5TcDst3MwUAjKfg

1hr 9mins

10 Apr 2021

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Stephen Gray

The Nexus

For this month’s episode, we talk to urban designer and GSD professor Stephen Gray about bridging between academia and real-world projects, looking at the current moment of racial reckoning as an opportunity for innovation, and recent projects that critically examine the racialized history of the design disciplines. We also get into the parallels between the COVID-19 pandemic and the longer pandemic of structural racism, as well as how discourse around post-war or post-crisis city-building often falls short of committing to racial justice. Full TranscriptCollage by Annie Liang (MLA ‘18) for the research project “Urban Intermedia,” part of the Harvard-Mellon Urban Initiative. Courtesy of Northeastern University Library Digital Repository Service.About Stephen Gray Stephen Gray is an Associate Professor of Urban Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and founder of the Boston-based design firm Grayscale Collaborative. Operating at the intersection of research and practice, Stephen’s interests center on political and cultural justice in cities, socio-ecological urban design approaches to resilience, and the intersectionality of humanitarian aid and design. Among numerous other projects and initiatives, he is currently co-leading an Equitable Impacts Framework pilot with the Urban Institute and High Line Network aimed at advancing racial equity agendas for infrastructure reuse projects across North America. How to Listen You can listen to all available episodes and find program notes here on our website, or subscribe to the series via one of these providers: iTunes, Google, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher. About the Show Developed by the African American Design Nexus at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, The Nexus is a podcast that explores the intersection of design, identity, and practice through conversations with Black designers, writers and educators. The Nexus is produced in conjunction with a commitment by the Frances Loeb Library to acquire and create an open-access bibliography of various media suggested by the GSD community on the intersection between race and design. Show Credits The Nexus Season 1 is hosted by Caleb Negash and Tara Oluwafemi, students in the Master of Architecture program at Harvard Graduate School of Design. Our show is recorded and edited by Maggie Janik, and our theme music is produced by DJ Eway. Contact For all inquiries, please email aadn@gsd.harvard.edu

51mins

30 Oct 2020

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Episode 30 | Stephen Gray Wallace & Youth Mental Health

CampWire

On this bonus edition of CampWire - we sit down with school psychologist, adolescent and family counselor, SADD Chairman and CEO, camp director, researcher, motivational speaker, and college professor - Stephen Gray Wallace!  During this archived conversation we cover how Stephen got involved in the world of camp, his outlook on "relational vs. transactional counseling" and the critical need for mentoring and youth mental health professionals in camps and other organizations. Stephen currently serves as president and director of the Center for Adolescent Research and Education (CARE), a national collaborative of institutions and organizations committed to increasing favorable youth outcomes and decreasing negative risk behaviors. Check out Stephen's new book, IMPACT – An Introduction to Counseling, Mentoring, and Youth Development. Like Comment and Subscribe to the CampWire Podcast - Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Rave Sports! All music attributed to musicians from freesound.org: Intro music: by eltenjohn -(Changes made) https://freesound.org/people/eltenjohn/sounds/59507/ Outro music: by joshuaempyre -(Changes made) https://freesound.org/people/joshuaempyre/sounds/250749/

13mins

14 Sep 2020

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Stepping up | Stephen Gray

ASCL leadership podcast

A collection of short, personal podcasts by people who have just 'stepped up' into new roles in senior leadership. The idea is to let you listen to people like you taking on a role that you may be thinking about. The series is supplemented by our suite of 'Stepping Up' webinars and professional development opportunities.

9mins

14 Sep 2020

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Interview With Stephen Gray

Bridging Worlds with Chris Kilham

Author, ceremonial leader and long-time practitioner of spiritual traditions, Stephen Gray talks spirit and dharma. The host of Spirit Plant Medicine Conference in Vancouver, Stephen describes his mission to further knowledge and understanding. A great conversation with host Chris Kilham. https://www.facebook.com/stephen.gray.9083

1hr 4mins

14 Jul 2020

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Q Psience Project - Stephen Gray

The Q. Psience Project with Jill Hanson

1hr 57mins

11 Jul 2020

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An interview with STEPHEN GRAY, founder of The MakerSpace in Durban, South Africa

Maker Chats

MAKER CHATS welcomes Stephen Gray, founder of The MakerSpace in Durban, South Africa  The MakerSpace is about lowering the barriers of entry for people to express their creativity in a physical way. It is about people getting together, working creatively, inspiring each other, engaging with new technology, and building a “bottom-up economy”.   The Maker Space exists to share knowledge and equipment that enables anyone to make anything. We exist as a hybrid organisation through  The Maker Space Foundation Non-Profit company which hosts our community and social development programs, and our associated commercial entities offering eventing, corporate training  and advisory through MAKERS BE LIKE PTY, and production services through LASER SPACE   LOCATION - Durban, South Africa located at 51 Station Drive.   EQUIPMENT - Lasercutters, 3D printers, and Small CNC’s  WEBSITE - http://themakerspace.co.za/ FACEBOOK - https://web.facebook.com/TheMakerspace/ CONTACT MAKER CHATS - makerchats@gmail.com Never before in the history of our democracy has our country been confronted by such a severe situation; however, it is a situation that we will be able to overcome if we work together.  Across our country, people and organisations have offered to help and the Solidarity Fund is a vehicle that will be set up to facilitate this.  DONATE - https://www.solidarityfund.co.za/

1hr 6mins

7 May 2020

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Cannabis and Spirituality Chapters 4-6 edited by Stephen Gray with Special Guest!

Ganja Yoga LA Podcast

As we continue our conversation around Cannabis and Spirituality, we share our takes on Chapters 4-6, song shares, story shares, animal Oracle cards, and a special guest speaker is revealed. Tune in while we Love and Light it Up! Check us out at ganjayoga.la--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 3mins

10 Mar 2020

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Cannabis and Spirituality Chapters 1-3 edited by Stephen Gray

Ganja Yoga LA Podcast

As we continue our conversation around Cannabis and Spirituality, we share our takes on Chapters 1-3, song shares, story shares, rituals, and animal Oracle cards. Tune in while we Love and Light it Up! Check us out at ganjayoga.la--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 5mins

3 Mar 2020

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