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Anna Marshall

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177. TFCO - Treatment Foster Care Oregon. Bli en bättre behandlare med Lena Olsson-Lalor. Gäst: Anna Marshall och Cissi Green

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TFCO - Treatment Foster Care Oregon Bli en bättre behandlare med Lena Olsson-Lalor. Gäst: Anna Marshall och Cissi Green Detta är ett klipp från avsnitt 177. Du kan lyssna på hela avsnittet genom att prenumerera på KBT-podden här. I avsnittet får du svar på frågorna: Vad är TFCO – Treatment Family Care Oregon? Vilka ungdomar får TFCO? Vilken roll har teamledaren, familjeterapeuten och familjehemsfamiljen? Vilken behandling får ungdomen och vilken behandling får hens familj? Vad menas med förstärkt  familjehem och intensiv behandling? Hur ser upplägget för TFCO ut? Vad säger forskningen om TFCO? Lena Olsson-Lalor hjälper dig att sortera, informerar och inspirerar dig till att bli en bättre behandlare. Lena Olsson-Lalor Leg.psykoterapeut, handledare och lärare i psykoterapi - KBT, MI-trainer, certifierad i Prolonged Exposure samt rektor för grundläggande psykoterapiutbildning, KBT i Luleå. Anna Marshall är leg.psykoterapeut, KBT samt lärare och handledare Cissi Green är socionom, familjeterapeut och handledare Här kan du se boktips, läsa sammanfattning mm och starta din prenumeration KBT-podden publiceras av KBTarna - Bli en bättre behandlare BBB Kontakt: http://www.blienbattrebehandlare.se info@blienbattrebehandlare.se Avsnitt 177 publicerades första gången 25 november 2020 i KBT-poddens arkiv

5mins

3 Jan 2021

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TFCO - Treatment Foster Care Oregon. Bli en bättre behandlare med Lena Olsson-Lalor. Gäst: Anna Marshall och Cissi Green

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Klipp från avsnitt 177. TFCO - Treatment Foster Care Oregon. Bli en bättre behandlare med Lena Olsson-Lalor Gäst: Anna Marshall och Cissi Green​ För att lyssna på hela avsnitt 177 behöver du prenumerera på KBT-podden. Prenumerera här Vad är TFCO - Treatment Family Care Oregon? Vilka ungdomar får TFCO? Vilken roll har teamledaren, familjeterapeuten och familjehemsfamiljen? Vilken behandling får ungdomen och vilken behandling får hens familj? Vad menas med förstärkt familjehem och intensiv behandling? Hur ser upplägget för TFCO ut? Vad säger forskningen om TFCO? Lena Olsson-Lalor hjälper oss att sortera samt informerar och inspirerar dig till att bli en bättre behandlare. Lena Olsson-Lalor Fil.Mag. Klin. Psyk. Leg.psykoterapeut, handledare och lärare i psykoterapi – KBT, MI-trainer, certifierad i Prolonged Exposure samt rektor för grundläggande psykoterapiutbildning, KBT i Luleå. Anna Marshall är leg.psykoterapeut, KBT samt lärare och handledare Cissi Green är socionom, familjeterapeut och handledare Här kan du ta del av sammanfattning, gratismaterial och starta din prenumeration KBT-podden publiceras av KBTarna - Bli en bättre behandlare BBB Kontakt: info@blienbattrebehandlare.se Klippning och redigering: "Teknikmillan" 

5mins

26 Oct 2020

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Spring Clean...This Time No Excuses w Interior Designer Anna Marshall

SheSez with Linda Grasso

A room by room approach to organizing, resetting and refreshing  the home from Anna Marshall that's do-able—even for procrastinators. The LA-based interior designer has been hired by Hollywood A-listers from Madonna to Beyonce to Tom Petty to organize homes in ways that are attractive, yet create good feng shui or energy, enabling the homeowner to feel a sense of calm and be productive. From the master bedroom to the garage, Anna shares the how-to on what to part with and what to keep; how to settle disagreements with your significant other about that; and special organizational devices and items that will make the job easier and faster.   Anna is the author of Dream Home: Detox Your Space, Transform Your Life. 

25mins

21 Apr 2020

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Meet Anna Marshall

Detox Your Space

When Anna Marshall was a little girl, she’d watch her mom completely redesign spaces as an interior designer. Born into a family that remodels and builds new homes, the appreciation and desire for creating beautiful things was in her DNA. Anna’s passion for design led her into fashion at a young age, landing her first job with a couture designer just out of high school. Soon after, she enrolled in the renowned art academy, Otis Parsons, where she studied design before launching her own brand, Anna Paul. With her designs found in over 600 boutiques nationwide, as well as at premier retailers like Nieman Marcus and Nordstrom, Anna traveled the world sharing her gift and pulling inspiration from the beautiful places she experienced. But as Anna’s success in fashion grew, so did her pull toward home — both professionally and personally. Now with two babies at home, she decided to close her fashion business and join her family in the high-end staging business, creating beautiful spaces to prepare multi-million dollar estates for sale. Designing and staging homes belonging to Beyonce, Madonna, Tom Petty and so many more, Anna developed a keen sense of what her clients need, transforming the most challenging spaces into irresistible works of art. It was during that time that Anna experienced her own personal transformation. After she exited the fashion industry she went through a painful divorce. Becoming a single mother of two, Anna was feeling depressed and uninspired. She went into the family staging business, and began freelancing interior design projects. While she was finding success with her own clients’ spaces, she began to notice that her own home was leaving her feeling stuck and negative. She was determined to clear her space of anything that symbolized the life she had left behind, only keeping things that evoked feelings of happiness. Soon she felt revitalized, with a sense of hope and for her own future and excitement for what she could now provide her clients. Through her own personal transformation, Anna would discover that while she was staging and designing these high end properties to sell for millions, what she really was doing was realigning the spaces in a way that felt inviting and peaceful, leaving most clients wishing they had hired her years before. Anna loved the feedback but felt like she was missing an opportunity to help clients redesign their space to actually enjoy their homes, not just to sell. Today, Anna works with a diverse array of clients, designing functional rooms on any budget that look incredible but, more importantly, inspire people to live the way they’re meant to. Now as the best selling author of D.R.E.A.M. Home and host of the brand new podcast, Detox Your Space, Anna has expanded her reach even further to help even more people transform their homes --  and their lives. Get my new book, D.R.E.A.M Home: Detox Your Space, Transform Your Life today!

8mins

19 May 2019

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Extraordinary Ordinary People

I want to interview everyday people that I find extraordinary. Not the celebrities we often hear interviewed who, following the death of a parent, went on to make millions setting up a start-up of some kind or another. But ordinary, relatable people. My friends. Losing a parent is surely one of the hardest things any of us will have to deal with in life. And yet, it is one we will all experience at some point. I want to talk to those who experienced this all too soon. Those who lost a parent in their early formative years. How has it changed them? What are they doing now? And most importantly what was the best thing their friends or family said to them during this time? How should we react on hearing a great friend of ours has suffered such a loss? There isn’t a guide book for this and many feel at a loss as to know how to react. Should I encourage them to talk about it? Or would they rather speak about anything but it? How do I not treat them differently whilst showing them that they have my full support? In short what helped and what didn’t help them? I am not coming at this from the angle of a psychologist. And I understand the incredibly sensitive and personal nature of the interview. I am approaching this from the angle of a friend trying to encourage the interviewee to share their experiences and give some helpful advice both to those going through the same thing and those trying to help their friends.  In this episode I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Anna who opens up beautifully and eloquently about the effects of losing her father at such a young age. We discussed an enormous range of topics from grief, to male influences to the #metoo movement in what was a fascinating hour shared with one of my favourite people! I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I did recording it. Thanks as ever for your continued support and particular thanks to the wonderful Anna Marshall!

1hr 19mins

12 Feb 2019