Cover image of Margaret Thompson

Margaret Thompson

9 Podcast Episodes

Latest 22 Jan 2022 | Updated Daily

Weekly hand curated podcast episodes for learning

Episode artwork

Denise Margaret Thompson: Leading Black Scholars and Professionals

All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond

Join us for a joyful and heartfelt conversation with Dr. Denise-Margaret Thompson, director of InterVarsity's Black Scholars and Professionals. "How do you want us to speak peace and healing and reconciliation in this country at this moment?" — Dr. Denise-Margaret Thompson Let me invite you into a conversation with Denise-Margaret Thompson, the newly appointed director of InterVarsity’s Black Scholars and Professionals. Denise is a delightful conversation partner, full of colorful stories about her upbringing in the Caribbean, her extensive experience in academia, and her personal journey of raising a family while building career. Spoiler alert: it wasn’t easy, but she did it! We talk about the work of Black Scholars and Professionals and the way this ministry is shaping itself to respond to the challenges of today. But the thing I like most through this entire conversation is the joyful way Denise walks through life as well as the spiritual depth she brings to the most complex situations. I think you’ll really enjoy getting to know Denise. So have a listen! We're so glad you're here. — Ann Boyd For show notes or more information please visit our article at The Well. If you'd like to support the work of InterVarsity's Women in the Academy and Professions, including future podcasts such as this episode, you can do so at givetoiv.org/wap. Thank you for listening!


5 Oct 2021

Episode artwork

August 11 – Margaret Thompson, Emilio Vallejos, and Alyssa Sanchez

Nick's Knacks - 1310 KFKA

Nick is joined this week by Margaret Thompson, owner of Margie's Java Joint and The Kress Cinema and Lounge, SBH lender Emilio Vallejos, and GPO intern Alyssa Sanchez.


12 Aug 2021

Similar People

Episode artwork

Pickens Local with Margaret Thompson of Clemson Paw Partners

Pickens Local

On tonight‘s episode of Pickens Local we have with us Margaret Thompson. Margaret is the founder and leader of Clemson Paw Partners. She will let us know what’s going on at the clinic, and how we as a community can assist her.

1hr 3mins

7 May 2021

Episode artwork

032: Laughter is Great Medicine with Margaret Thompson

Laughter & Positivity with Pete

Did you know that laughter can relieve pain? Laughter is great medicine, but many of us are yet to discover it. On today's show, we have the fantastic Margaret Thompsons, also known as Merrie Maggie. We’ll be talking about laughter.Maggie and I have been giggling together for over six months now. She is a certified Laughter Yoga Teacher. Maggie will be sharing her laughter and cycling journey, her daily habits, and the best exercises for older people. Also, she will give us a taste of her favorite exercises.If you are yet to believe that laughter is the best medicine, you need to listen in as Maggie shares her real-life experiences with laughter. She has worked with children with special needs, older adults suffering from Demetria, older adults in general, and done sessions for a Sikh and Hindu community.Maggie's laughter journey is fantastic, and you cannot afford to miss a single detail of it. Listen in, get inspires, and learn.Key Talking points:Maggie's laughter journeyMaggie's laughter session for people of different agesMaggie's daily habitsMaggie's cycling historyMaggie's favorite laughter and relaxation exercisesWhat makes Maggie believe laughter is the best medicine?Things that bring Maggie joyKey Milestones of the Episode:[01:08] Maggie's laughter journey[03:27] How Maggie incorporated laughter in her life[05:11] Maggie's laughter sessions[07:10] What laughter exercises would Maggie recommend for the older people?[10:14] How has laughter enhanced Maggie's life?[12:16] Maggie's daily habits[13:35] Maggie's cycling history[17:46] Most memorable moments of people she has trained[20:01] Encouragement to people who are yet to try laughter exercise[24:13] Maggie's favorite laughter exercises[29:42] Maggie's relaxing exercise[36:26] Three things that bring Maggie joyMagical Quote from the Episode:"If you're not getting the results that you wish for, you need to look at what you're doing."Connect with Margaret Thompsons:WebsiteThe Laughter Man, Pete Cann is on a fun-filled mission to bring the positive benefits of laughter to the world. Since discovering Laughter Yoga, company owner Pete has transformed his business and family life and now wants to share his infectious secrets and get the planet laughing along with him.You’ll find Pete, his trademark red hat and his happy vibe on the following channels;pete@petecann.comwww.petecann.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/thelaughterman/https://www.instagram.com/petecannthelaughterman/https://www.facebook.com/thelaughterman


1 Dec 2020

Most Popular

Episode artwork

Ep. 58 - The Worshipful the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Councillor Margaret Thompson

Inside Kingston™ Podcast

I’m joined today by The Worshipful the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Councillor Margaret Thompson. Councillor Thompson qualified as a paediatric nurse and has held a variety of specialist posts in hospitals and in our community.  What’s unique about Councillor Thompson is her perspective on human resilience, having witnessed how - with the right support - looked after children can grow past their own difficulties. And be sure to listen to the end, where Councillor Thompson shares with us a line from a beautiful Dylan Thomas poem. So if you’re interested in knowing more about our current Mayor then I hope you enjoy this episode of the Inside Kingston™ Podcast. ~ LINKS & RESOURCES ~ Mayor of Kingston upon Thames - Website ~ YOUR HOST ~  Hi, I'm Amyr Rocha-Lima. I’m a partner at Holland Hahn & Wills, a financial planning and wealth management firm based here in Kingston. As an active member of our business community, I want to help other businesses get their story out there and see them succeed and flourish. ~ HELP US SPREAD THE WORD ~ If you know someone who should be a guest on our show, and has a great story worth sharing, please feel free to get in touch. I would also love it if you would give us a review and a 5-star rating. We work hard to bring on some great guests, and getting a review from you is one way to help the podcast rate well, so others can find and enjoy the show.


12 Nov 2020

Episode artwork

Suicide and Bipolar Disorder with Margaret Thompson

Conscious Living on Empower Radio

Margie Thompson's challenge in working through the loss of her son is to increase awareness about the need for better diagnosis and treatment for depression, bi-polar disorder and other mental health issues. With Suicide at epidemic levels, change is needed. Grief was gut-wrenching in the beginning but she does feel connected with her son in spirit and has some amazing psychic readings. At least one provided in depth real-time information that she felt provided solid information only she would know about her son John. Finding Color in the Darkness. Losing My Son to Bipolar Disorder

12 Mar 2020

Episode artwork

001: The Art of Couples Therapy with Margaret Thompson

The Couples Therapist Couch

Welcome to the first episode of The Couples Therapist Couch, a podcast by couples therapist, Shane Birkel. This is the podcast for Couples Therapists, Marriage Counselors, and Relationship Coaches to explore the practice of couples therapy. This episode is with expert therapist, Margaret Thompson and explored the Art of Couples Therapy. Subscribe for more great episodes to come.


12 Sep 2017

Episode artwork

Margaret Thompson: A Container of Hope. A Feeling of Home

Practice of Being Seen

Are you willing to do hard work? This is the question that therapy clients are ask in one way or another, whether or not they say it in so many words. Compassionate therapists are so ready to answer “Yes!” Even with that willingness to do the hard work of navigating relationships, trauma, attachments, etc. it can take a toll on your confidence. We need to put into practice the skills we learned to help our clients to reflect on our own lives. We need confidence, self-assurance, and hope.  This week, Margaret Thompson, LCSW journeys with us into the art of being and becoming a couples therapist and traveling through all the feelings of imposter syndrome and doubt. We'll dive deep with us into the skills we all need to navigate trauma and attachment. And then zoom out to see how those skills can change your life. Margaret wants to give you energy and confidence to put your “Yes” on the table for your client, to walk into the room completely at ease with yourself. We discuss how therapists can be a “container for hope” for their clients. And yet, therapists often go through seasons where they feel depleted. In her wisdom and confidence, Margaret sheds light on the way back to feelings of hope and of home! Show Highlights:  Using Neuroscience and Attachment Science within couples therapy  The impact of early childhood trauma in forming attachments and relationships.  Unconscious patterns within our relationships.  Skills that therapists can use within their practice to apply Attachment.  The work we do with the clients can reflect back on our own relationships.  Working with couples where one or both partners are in individual therapy.  Consultation groups can help therapists gain confidence through client drop out.  How therapists navigate the feelings of imposter syndrome.  Mentorship and the creation of self-knowledge  Links: Connect with Margaret Margaret also Recommends  The Power of Presence: Unlock Your Potential to Influence and Engage Others by Kristi Hedges The thing about retreats..... They are containers. Time to get things done in a space that holds us to our purpose.  Our POBS ReVision Retreat for Therapists is fast approaching, and we promise that we'll hold you in the same way. We'll help you to focus inwards and integrate that project that's been slowly eating away at you. The one you keep promising yourself to make time for...that one. We'll evoke a depth of discussions in a collective healing community and space. I feel that's what too many of us lack. A place we feel we really belong. A place we feel safe to really put ourselves out there and be seen. A place where we can step in or out of the shadows and explore what we see together.   We'll help you manifest your vision. Help you sow the seeds to bring her to life.  It's going to be a deep gentle dive and soulful rejuvenation that helps integrate your passions and visions with the practical doing and radical self-care.  So if you haven't already, check out the ReVision Retreat for Therapists. Space is very, very limited and being snatched up. Use the code "Summer!" for a special POBScast discount! And finally, a special shout out to this week’s sponsor, MetaFi: MetaFi is a self-awareness app created by therapists that is available FREE on Android and iOS. It is designed to support mindfulness, emotional intelligence, and body awareness. When you tune in and use MetaFi as a tool, you can re-establish and strengthen the emotional connection between your mind and body. MetaFi helps you increase awareness of how you show up from moment to moment so you can improve your relationships, productivity, creativity, emotional intelligence, and thinking.


19 Jul 2017

Episode artwork

Margaret Thompson Wakes Up: From the Floor of Surrender

The Oneness Program

Rev. Patricia continues in this series of interviews with people who have shifted into fully awakened states of consciousness. Margaret Thompson, who had rejected anything "religious" but found the Grace of Oneness carried her into a place of deep surrender and love. "I went to India and found Jesus." Just returning from a four-week deepening at Oneness University, she shares her unique story. Receive two Deekshas/Oneness Blessings during the hour. 


19 Oct 2012