Bonus #2: What is a Full Therapeutic Disclosure? With directors Alana and Luke Gordon | Healing With WORTH
Healing with WORTH
This bonus episode is from a class taught by various members in WORTH. The class we have chosen to share with you today on Therapeutic Disclosures is taught by our director Alana Gordon along with her husband Luke. We wanted to give you a sample of one of the great resources we have in WORTH for our members. The audio has been edited to protect the privacy of all participants of the class. Alana and her husband Luke discuss the purpose of a full therapeutic disclosure, weighing the pros and cons and walk us through the process. Disclosures can give us the informed decision to choose to stay in a relationship. The disclosure process has been shown to be beneficial to the majority of people, but each person should come in with their idea of why they're doing the disclosure and how it can be helpful to the relationship. To join one of our support groups for betrayal trauma or to find out more what WORTH has to offer head to our website: http://healingwithworth.org/ If you have any questions for us about our program or things you would like us to discuss on future episodes you may email us at: email@example.com
CEO Series: Interview with Top Clinic Owner Luke Gordon | Episode 214
The Paul Gough Audio Experience: Business Lessons for Physical Therapists
In this one I interview Luke Gordon of Gordon PT. A seven Figure PT clinic that is the heartbeat of a beautiful town called Spokane in WA. I have worked with Luke and his clinic for over three years and in that time I’ve watched his traditional clinic break away from the traditional methods of relying upon doctors to a more modern “direct marketing” approach that means Gordon PT acquires the majority of it’s own patients through their own marketing efforts. Luke shares with you lots of lessons learned about escaping the doctors referrals trap, how he leverages something called “omnipresence” in his town, the challenges he’s faced since stepping back from patient care COMPLETELY and how he made the decision to a little bit more on marketing that allowed him to bring in an extra $20,000 per month. We talk about employees and how employee problems are really your problems, lessons learned on not tracking numbers and how to recognize when it’s time to grow past where you are now. Enjoy the show. You can reach Luke at: Website: www.GordonPhysicalTherapy.com Facebook: facebook.com/GordonPhysicalTherapySpokane/ IG: @GordonPhysicalTherapy If you'd Like to DOUBLE your front desk AND treatment room conversions in just 48 hours - come and join me at my Annual Sales and Conversions Bootcamp that's happening this December, 7th and 8th in Celebration, Florida. Head to www.paulgough.com/sales to book your seat, or for more information reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can reserve your seat. -------- Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for Daily Videos: here Check out Paul's No.1 Best Selling Physical Therapy Business Books: www.paulgoughbooks.com
Quality Content #22: The Beaverton, with Luke Gordon Field
The 2020 Network
Host Alex Paterson sat down with Luke Gordon Field, one of the co-founders of The Beaverton to chat about the platform's humble beginnings, its current place in Canadian media, and what it's like working in satire in the age of misinformation.
Next week is the release of Alien: Covenant so this week we're ramping up by watching the movie everyone loves to hate, Prometheus. With special guest Luke Gordon Field (comedian, writer, host of The Beaverton Weekly Report podcast) we discuss important questions like how did this movie make so many mistakes, what currency this world uses, how does DNA work, and why doesn't Charlize Theron just run to the side? This episode is brought to you by TeePublic. Check out www.TeePublic.com and discover your next favourite Tee. Psst... they also have nerdy hoodies, sweaters, baseball tees and long sleeves. Check out our favourite designs at www.TeePublic.FromSuperheroes.com Help us improve our advertisements by taking our demographic survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/talkfromsuperheroes Do you want access to a special secret episode of the podcast every month? Then donate to the show on Patreon. You can gain access to secret podcasts, jokes from the future, and Q&A's. Visit www.patreon.com/fromsuperheroes and become our Patron. If you're looking for a new podcast to add to your listening then check out I Hate It But I Love It, a new podcast produced by the From Superheroes network. Hosted by hateful optimists and loving pessimists Kat Angus and Jocelyn Geddie, they break down movies, TV shows, music, and whatever else that they totally despise… but also really adore at the same time. With the occasional confused special guest!
10: Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life (with Luke Gordon Field)
I Hate It But I Love It
Kat, Jocelyn and special guest Luke Gordon Field face their greatest challenge yet: finding anything nice to say about Netflix's Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life. Cringe along with us as we discuss Rory's terrible storyline (no), Lauren Graham's perpetual tearfulness (why), and the most depressing series finale maybe in television history (head explodes). Brought to you in part by Leesa Mattress, get yourself a new mattress made with premium materials in the U.S. and get a better nights sleep with a 100 night guarantee. Plus visit http://leesa.hatelovepodcast.com to get $75 off your order. Edited by Andrew Ivimey and produced for the From Superheroes network. Visit www.FromSuperheroes.com for more podcasts, YouTube series, web comics, and more.
Andrew and Diana have guest Luke Gordon Field (Stand-up Comedian and creator of TheBeaverton.com ) in the studio to talk about Man Of Steel. How much can one movie compare Superman to Jesus? Is Jonathan Kent the worst father figure in movie history? Plus, Kryptonian USB's, they go in all the way. Do you want access to a special secret episode of the podcast every month? Then donate to the show on Patreon. You can gain access to secret podcasts, jokes from the future, and Q&A's. Visit www.patreon.com/fromsuperheroes and become our Patron.