In Conversation with Anne Archer - Mental Health and More
The Coaching Inn
Claire Pedrick talks with Anne Archer about mental health, self regulation, stigma and more... "Be with the person as an exquisite presence so they hear themselves and acknowledge what's going on" https://www.linkedin.com/in/annearcher/ http://www.annearcherassociates.com/
IN THIS EPISODE: Today’s guest is a friend and colleague, Anne Archer. Anne is based in the UK and is Director of Anne Archer Associates Limited. She has over 20 years’ of experience in coaching and holds a number of degrees and certifications in coaching and mental health including approval to deliver Adult Mental Health First Aid. It’s Anne’s most recent work in the mental health field that is the focus of today’s conversation. We spoke about: The necessity of understanding the whole person and the interrelatedness of mental, emotional and physical health How we can use the 5 Fundamental Building Blocks of Mental Health to maintain a healthy mental state How to manage the drains and negative impacts that can reduce our mental health capacity The impact of COVID and working virtually over the long term As well as the power of listening in being able to help others with their mental health and wellness Anne has a lot of really valuable insights that can help you, a co-worker or perhaps someone you love and I’m excited for her to be able to share them with you today. SHOW NOTES: To connect with Anne & learn more about her work, go to her website: https://annearcherassociates.com INSIGHT AT WORK PODCAST THEME MUSIC: Our theme music is composed by Chris Lucca, Jr.. You can listen to more of Chris’ work on SoundCloud: SoundCloud.com/fliplucca and find him on Twitter: @FlipLucca. ABOUT THE HOST: Ken Blackwell is a speaker, trainer, facilitator and executive coach. His signature practice is "rescuing Accidental Leaders and Dysfunctional Teams". His firm InKlaritas, based in Princeton, NJ, works with teams and leaders in companies in the U.S. around the world. You can find out more about InKlaritas at: www.InKlaritas.com and connect with Ken on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kennethjblackwell/.
Growing Bolder: Suzanne Somers; Sonia Warshawski; Anne Archer; Greg Kloehn
For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. She shares what she’s learned about taking charge of your own health. Plus, a Holocaust survivor says there is still too much hate in the world, so she's breaking her decades-long silence to change hearts and minds.
Career Retrospective with Anne Archer on March 5, 2020. Moderated by Michelle Danner. Anne Archer was nominated for an Academy Award®, a Golden Globe and the British (BAFTA) Academy Award for her role as Michael Douglas' sympathetic, tortured wife, Beth Gallagher, in Adrian Lyne's 1987 thriller, "Fatal Attraction." Archer is also well-known for her poignant Golden Globe-winning performance in the ensemble cast of Robert Altman's "Short Cuts" and for playing CIA agent Jack Ryan's beleaguered wife, Cathy, in "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger." Throughout her motion picture career, she has starred opposite some of Hollywood's most dynamic and respected leading men, not only Michael Douglas and Harrison Ford, but also Gene Hackman in "Narrow Margin," Donald Sutherland in "Eminent Domain" and Sylvester Stallone in "Paradise Alley”, Tommy Lee Jones in “Man of the House”. In 2012 she co-starred in “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past” with Mathew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner. That same year she starred along with an ensemble cast in the feature film “Lullaby” with Garrett Hedland, Richard Jenkins, Amy Adams, Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard. In 2009 she co-starred in The CW’s series “Privileged” as a jet-setting founder of an international cosmetics empire. For two seasons she played Jennifer Love Hewitt’s strong yet vulnerable mother on CBS’ popular “Ghost Whisperer” and previously appeared in Showtime’s provocative series “The L Word.” Most recently she guest starred in an episode of LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT entitled 'Mama'. In 2014 she produced her first feature film “The Squeeze” written and directed by her husband Terry Jastrow. On London’s West End, in 2001 Archer played the role of Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate . In 2014 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Archer played the role of Jane Fonda in The Trial of Jane Fonda (written by her husband, Terry Jastrow). In 2016 she received rave reviews for her performance in the London theatrical production at the Park Theatre, which received an Offie Nomination for “Best New Play”. The theatrical presentation deals with a little-known event in 1988, in which Fonda confronted a room full of hostile war vets. In the spring of 2020 Miss Archer will develop and star in the debut of a one woman play “A Ticket to the Circus” about Norris Church Mailer, the wife of Norman Mailer adapted into a play from her book of the same name and performed at The Edgemar Theatre in Santa Monica California. Born into a show business family, she followed in the footsteps of her parents, actress Marjorie Lord (TV’s “Make Room for Daddy”) and actor John Archer (“White Heat”). Archer studied theatre arts at Claremont College before debuting on the motion picture screen opposite Jon Voight in “The All-American Boy.” She won critical acclaim for her leading role in “Lifeguard” as Sam Elliott¹s old flame. Planned Parenthood Federation of America appointed her as their first National Public Advocacy Chairman; and she served in this role for seven years. In recognition of this commitment, Ms. Magazine honored her as one of their six “Women of the Year” (1988). In 2006 she founded Artists for Human Rights (AFHR) with the purpose of bringing artists together with the common cause of promoting human rights and activism by raising awareness of those rights as laid out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. AFHR works inclusively with allied organizations to bring artistic expression to bear in the human rights arena through a multitude of artistic campaigns and international partnerships thus increasing responsibility, peace and tolerance around the world.
On this episode, IIFC founder and director Stephen Savage goes one on one with Oscar and Golden Globe nominated actress and Anti Human Trafficking activist Anne Archer about acting, getting a career started, and the amazing directors and leading men Anne has worked with in her amazing career.
Terry Jastraw and Anne Archer, THE TRIAL OF PRISONER 043
The Patricia Raskin Show
In the first half, Patricia interviews author, producer, and director, Terry Jastraw and his wife, Anne Archer. Terry will be discussing his new novel, The Trial of Prisoner 043, a political drama about a fictional prosecution of George W. Bush for war crimes leading up to the Iraq War. In addition to talking about Terry’s new novel, Anne Archer will be talking about political & social activism by Hollywood celebrities and people in the arts. In the second half, Patricia interviews Dr. Randy Kamen, author of Behind The Therapy Door: Simple Strategies to Transform Your Life She will discuss how her book allows you to step inside and listen in on how this pioneering psychologist guides six women through challenges and transitions. From their compelling conversations, you will learn important life lessons and powerful self-care strategies.