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This is a podcast for people who are curious about the world and themselves featuring talks and conversations presented by the Public Programs department of California Institute of Integral Studies, a non-profit university in San Francisco. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app to a diverse array of visionaries, artists, and scholars sharing compelling experiences, offering new perspectives, and expanding creative horizons.
 
Podcast donde trataremos temas interesantes sobre la práctica del docente a nivel superior y posgrados, con temas acerca de las tecnologías de la información para mejorar la práctica docente, la investigación educativa; y temas sobre la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de las ciencias básicas, a través de pláticas sencillas para estudiantes y docentes del Tecnológico Nacional de México y además profesionales interesados en la formación de capital humano para el desarrollo del país y las nuevas ten ...
 
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In her latest book, Losing Eden, acclaimed journalist Lucy Jones interweaves her deeply personal story of recovery from addiction and depression aided by the support of the natural world with an exploration of the intersection of science, wellness, and the environment. In this episode, scholar and CIIS staff member Laura Pustarfi joins Lucy for a c…
 
In his latest book, The Web of Meaning, author and integrator Jeremy Lent investigates the ways in which seemingly disparate streams of thought are compatible, and when taken together, they are key to facing the existential problems of the 21st century. In this episode, CIIS Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Professor Matthew Segall joins Je…
 
In unsettling and uncertain times, the individual and collective heartbreak that lives in both our bodies and our communities can feel insurmountable. Many of us have been conditioned by the dominant culture to not name, focus on, or wade through the difficulties in our lives. But in order to heal, we must make space for grief, prioritizing our who…
 
Disability affects all of us, directly or indirectly, at one point or another. Examining the complexities of disability issues with wisdom, humor, and honesty, author and disability advocate Rebekah Taussig seeks to normalize the lived experience of disabled persons while also advocating for improvements and a paradigm shift—something that we all p…
 
What makes cults so intriguing and frightening? What makes them powerful? The reason why so many of us binge Manson documentaries by the dozen and fall down rabbit holes researching suburban moms gone QAnon is because we’re looking for a satisfying explanation for what causes people to join—and more importantly, stay in—extreme groups. We secretly …
 
Suzanne Simard is a pioneer on the frontier of plant communication and intelligence and hailed as a scientist who conveys complex, technical ideas in ways that are dazzling and profound. In this episode, Suzanne is joined by scholar and CIIS staff member Laura Pustarfi for a conversation about her life, her work, and her recent book Finding the Mot…
 
Astrologer and author Alice Sparkly Kat is ushering in a new wave of astrology that is intersectional, inclusive, and geared towards queer and POC communities.In this episode, educator, creator, and astrologer Kirah Tabourn talks with Alice Sparkly Kat about their work and their latest book, Postcolonial Astrology. Kirah and Sparkly Kat share insig…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are discussing some of the key takeaways from the CII’s Shaping the Future of Insurance conference, reflecting on innovating solutions to emerging risks and an aging society.We are joined by Ajay Mistry, Head of Digital Sales and Marketing at Clear Insurance Management, and board member for the Society of Insuranc…
 
Racism permeates every aspect of society. Environmental racism is a form of systemic racism in which people of color are disproportionately burdened with health hazards through policies and practices that force them to live in proximity to sources of toxic waste such as sewage works, mines, landfills, power stations, major roads, and emitters of ai…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about understanding Cyber Risk. We are joined by William Hardie, MGA Portfolio Manager at Blenheim Underwriting and member of the Underwriting group in the 2020/21 New Gen programme, and Artur Niemczewski, CII Board member.To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go to thejournal.cii.co…
 
Carol Queen has been on the frontlines of the sex-positivity movement since the 1970s. A cultural sexologist, author, and co-founder of San Francisco’s Center for Sex & Culture, Carol is a long-time advocate for sexual health and pleasure. In this episode, Sex Therapist and CIIS Sex Therapy Certificate Program Lead Zoe Sipe joins Carol for a lively…
 
Psilocybin has been decriminalized in many cities in the United States and most recently has been approved for use in psychotherapy in the state of Oregon. In the latest studies, psilocybin has shown efficacy for patients suffering from depression, addiction, and end-of-life distress.In this episode, clinician and CIIS professor Gisele Fernandes-Os…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are discussing what insurance professionals need to know about the FCA pricing practice rules.We are joined by Ian Hughes, CEO of Consumer Intelligence Ltd, and Matt Hall, Strategy andOperations Manager, Insurance Societies and Networks at the CII. To find out more about this podcast and for useful links, go to: t…
 
The stress, conflict, and crises of the outer world are a signal: the time has come to awaken your inner shaman. However, you don’t need to be initiated into concealed mysteries to answer the call from Spirit. Internationally renowned shamanic teacher Marcela Lobos teaches us how to use the maps offered by the shamanic Medicine Wheel and the hero’s…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about what the future holds for the professional development of individuals working in the insurance and personal finance profession. We are joined by Claire Tunley, CEO of the Financial Services Skills Commission, and Ian Simons, Customer Director for the CII.To find out more about this podcast and fo…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about why insurance and personal finance professionals should volunteer and what initiatives they can engage with.We are joined by Erik Johnson, Deputy Active Underwriter at Victor Insurance Partner and George Tsounias, Education Relationship manager for the CII and PFS. To find out more about this pod…
 
As the climate changes, many therapists have been helping patients with a relatively new diagnosis that has a variety of names: eco-anxiety, climate anxiety, climate despair, eco-despair, and eco-grief. No matter what you call it, many of us are feeling the same things and asking ourselves, and each other the same question. With ecosystems failing …
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are discussing what insurance professionals need to know about climate risk and the recently launched qualification; Certificate in Climate Change developed by the Chartered Body Alliance, which consists of the Chartered Insurance Institute, the Chartered Bankers Institute and the Chartered Institute for Securitie…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about how brokers can better engage with underwriters to turn the tide on the hard market.We are joined by Peter Blanc, Deputy President of the Chartered Insurance Institute, and Kevin Hancock, Chair of the Society of Insurance Broking.द्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
The American Dream as it has been defined for more than a century is about the well-paying job, the nuclear family, and upward mobility. But what both clouds and defines that dream is the distance between us, our neighbors, and that we, our communities, are defined by the dichotomy of winners and losers. What has been lost in many people’s day to d…
 
After the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis last May, protests against police brutality and systemic racism, and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, spread across the US and then the world, to more than 2,000 cities and towns in more than 60 countries, including the UK.In this episode of the podcast, we are talkin…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about Whiplash Reforms, and what do insurers need to know. We are joined by Kevan Smith, Insurance Partner at DAC Beachcroft.To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go to thejournal.cii.co.uk/podcastsद्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
MDMA is currently in phase three of clinical trial research studies for the treatment of trauma in the United States, Canada, and Israel. In this episode, clinician and CIIS professor Gisele Fernandes-Osterhold has a conversation with Israel-based MAPS clinician-researcher Keren Tzarfaty on the benefits and therapeutic applications of MDMA assisted…
 
We know our planet is in trouble and we’re seeing direct effects on human heath as a result. It’s estimated that we have fewer than 60 harvests left in our world’s soil and that our oceans will be 70 percent more acidic in just 30 years. These aren’t doomsday prophecies—this is our realistic future if we don’t act now.Author and policy expert Erin …
 
As the effects of aggressive policing and mass incarceration harm historically marginalized communities and tear families apart, how do we define safety? In a time when the most powerful institutions in the United States are embracing repressive and racist systems that keep many communities struggling and in fear, we need to reimagine what safety m…
 
Healthy boundaries. We all know setting healthy boundaries can help us to achieve work/life balance, cope with toxic people, and enjoy rewarding relationships. But what does “setting healthy boundaries” really mean? How can we successfully express our needs without offending others?In this episode, licensed counselor and relationship expert Nedra G…
 
Most of us understand grief as sorrow experienced after a loss—the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or a change in life circumstance. According to author and Buddhist end-of-life caregiver, Breeshia Wade, grief is bigger than what’s happened to us, larger than a reaction to a one-time event. It is something that is connected to what…
 
Empaths not only sense other people’s emotions, but also absorb them—sometimes to their disadvantage, often leading to overwhelming sensory overload and feelings of confusion or low self-esteem. Their willingness to help and please others might make them prey to opportunists or cause them to give away more energy than they can afford. But internati…
 
On each Tuesday of this month, in celebration of Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander voices, we are revisiting conversations from our archives that feature AAPI writers, thinkers, artists, and healers. Today we are revisiting an episode from February 2020 in which Kazu Haga is joined by CIIS professor and restorative justice expert Sonya Sh…
 
It is well known that mental healthcare and therapy are not systems that are readily accessible to everyone, especially those from marginalized communities. Created and maintained by white men, most traditional therapeutic practices do not address systematic oppression, ancestral trauma, LGTBQIA+ mental health and wellness, and the general mental, …
 
On each Tuesday of this month, in celebration of Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander voices, we are revisiting conversations from our archives that feature AAPI writers, thinkers, artists, and healers. Today we are revisiting CIIS Integrative Health Studies Professor Megan Lipsett’s conversation with mindfulness teacher Sister Dang Nghiem r…
 
The field of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy has been growing rapidly in recent years with decriminalization efforts moving forward on local, state, and federal levels. Ketamine was first developed in the 1960s as a surgical anesthetic for humans. In recent years, it was discovered that ketamine also has rapid acting anti-depressant and anti-obs…
 
On each Tuesday of this month, in celebration of Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander voices, we are revisiting conversations from our archives that feature AAPI writers, thinkers, artists, and healers. Today we are revisiting an episode recorded in October 2016 featuring author and hip hop journalist Jeff Chang in conversation with novelist…
 
Joy and resilience: we need both to thrive. But even though resilience is rightly buzzing as a self-care goal, we live in a world that makes it attainable to some and inaccessible to others.In her latest book, Joyous Resilience: A Path to Individual Healing and Collective Thriving in an Inequitable World, Pakistani American Clinical therapist Anjul…
 
On each Tuesday of this month, in celebration of Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander voices, we are revisiting conversations from our archives that feature AAPI writers, thinkers, artists, and healers. Today we are revisiting a conversation from October 2020 featuring journalists Angela Chen and Sabrina Imbler speaking about Angela’s book A…
 
There’s much more to astrology than weekly horoscopes, personality types, and predictions for the future. For astrologer and transformational coach Jennifer Racioppi, it is a guide to living in sync with the natural rhythms of the universe to achieve optimal health and success.In this episode, Jennifer is joined in conversation with meditation guid…
 
In her work, racial justice educator Rachel Ricketts has developed heart-centered and mindfulness-based practices to dismantle white supremacy by addressing anti-racism from a comprehensive, intersectional, and spiritually aligned perspective. In this episode, A-Ian Holt, director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford joins Rachel …
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are discussing closing the customer expectation gap and actions insurers can take to improve customer understanding of policy coverage.We are joined by James Daley, Managing Director at Fairer Finance, and Melissa Collett, Professional Standards Director of the CII.To find out more about this podcast and for usefu…
 
To create a world free from oppression, we have to come face to face with the beliefs, stories, and actions that maintain these systems within ourselves. In Indigenous cultures throughout the world, it's understood that true transformation starts in the body, with a change of heart. But how can we create a new story of transformation and liberation…
 
Whether we feel unworthy, alienated, or anxious about our place in the world, the absence of belonging is the great silent wound of our times.In this episode, award-winning author, teacher, and dreamworker Toko-pa Turner and licensed psychotherapist and CIIS Faculty Rachael Vaughan have a nourishing conversation about what it means to belong and th…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are discussing the differences between remote invigilation and physical sittings of exams. We are joined by Taron Josen, Assistant Financial Planner at Saunderson House, and Gill White, Chief Customer Officer at the CII.To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go to thejournal.cii.co.uk/podcasts…
 
Author, Black feminist, and social justice activist adrienne maree brown has been talking, writing, and celebrating the intersection of pleasure and activism since her much-lauded 2019 book, Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good.In this episode, CIIS professor and restorative justice expert sonya shah joins adrienne for a powerful and joy…
 
We all recognize we are living in the midst of a major threshold of transformation, a profound drama facing the Earth community with tremendous consequences at stake. What are the deeper stirrings in the collective psyche today? What is the current planetary situation, and which gods are now in dynamic motion? In this episode, CIIS professor and cu…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are discussing actions insurers can take to increase trust in the insurance profession. We are joined by Roger Flaxman, Executive Chairman of Flaxmans and winner of the 2020 Building Public Trust - Consumer Champion Award, and Melissa Collett, Professional Standards director at the CII.To find out more about this …
 
Like many Americans, social psychologist Devon Price believed that productivity was the best way to measure self-worth. Dr. Price was an overachiever from the start, graduating from both college and graduate school early, but that success came at a cost. After Dr. Price was diagnosed with a severe case of anemia and heart complications from overexe…
 
Born in Vietnam during the Tet Offensive, mindfulness teacher Sister Dang Nghiem (Sister D)is an inspiration for anyone who has ever suffered from abuse, life-changing loss, severe illness, or the aftermath of war. Her work brings together her experience as a survivor, certified MD, and ordained Buddhist teacher to offer a body-based, practical app…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about reskilling for a career in the financial planning and insurance professions. We are joined by Sarah Lord, President of the Personal Finance Society, and Steve Jenkins, Development Director at the CII.To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go to thejournal.cii.co.uk/podcasts…
 
Considered one of the leaders of a current generation of Buddhist teachers, Lama Rod Owens is a Buddhist minister, author, activist, and an authorized Lama—or Buddhist teacher—in the Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism. Through his writings, teachings, and travels Lama Rod invites everyone into his life intersections as a Black, queer male who was bor…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about supporting colleagues with their mental health. We are joined by Julie Page, President of the Chartered Insurance Institute, and Keith Richards, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society.To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go to thejournal.cii.co.uk/podcasts…
 
Chef extraordinaire and popular TV host Martin Yan has spent decades promoting Chinese and pan-Asian cuisines on his popular TV show Yan Can Cook. Passionate about cooking as well as its benefits for health and wellbeing, Chef Yan is known world-wide for celebrating Chinese and Asian cuisines and cultures, encouraging home cooks to explore these im…
 
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