The Health View Season 9

The Health View – COVID -19 Update 03/31/20

In this Segment of The Health View you learn the updated March 31, 2020 COVID-19 Response Information for the City of Nashua, the Greater Nashua Community and the State of New Hampshire.

Enhancing Togetherness At Home

In this Segment of The Health View you will learn about things we can do together in our homes as we are “Staying at Home” during COVID-19.

The Health View – COVID-19 Update 03/28/20

The Health View – COVID-19 Community Update as of March 28, 2020.

Countdown To Relaxation

In this Special Edition of The Health View , host Yvonne Dunetz, will guide you through a Countdown to Relaxation experience that will help you to feel very peaceful and calm.

The Health View – COVID-19 Update 03/27/20

In this Special Edition of The Health View you will be provided with a COVID-19 Update as of
March 27, 2020/

Breathing To Reduce Stress and Anxiety

In this Special Edition of The Health View, you will learn the importance of your breath and a breathing technique to reduce stress and anxiety that will bring you into a state of peace and calm.

MNRI – How It Helps Children and Adults

In this Episode of The Health View, Host, Yvonne Dunetz, MSW, and Guest, Shannon Desilets, MNRI Core Specialist and Instructor discuss: What MNRI is, how children and adults can benefit from this therapy, the scientific contributions of Dr. Svetlana Masgutova and the difference MNRI it can make with stress, trauma, developmental or learning challenges that children and adults might experience.
At its core, the MNRI Method is designed to facilitate the emergence, maturation, and integration process of primary reflex motor patterns for anyone, regardless of condition or age. To support the integration of primary reflex motor patterns, MNRI Method program techniques have also been developed to integrate motor reflex movements (subordinate components of primary motor reflex patterns) and tactile, visual, auditory, and proprioceptive sensory systems.

For more information go to:
www.MasgutovaMethod.com and Jesselewischooselove.org

Season 9 – Episode 5

A New Conversation About Mental Health

In this Episode of The Health View, host, Yvonne Dunetz, MSW and Former Chief Justice John Broderick of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, discuss the toughest and most hopeless time in his life with his family experience with Mental Illness. And how this experience has launched his leadership role in a National Awareness Campaign on Mental Health identifying the 5 most important signs of Mental Illness. In this must watch program that is compelling, important and a must see about Mental Health, you will learn how you can: recognize the signs of Mental Illness, how to follow up, the importance of having the conversation about Mental Health and recognizing that it is a health issue and that it is largely treatable. Taking action in having the conversation talking about Mental Illness, normalizing it, being proactive about it and helping to save lives. Speak up, speak out, don’t be ashamed, do something about it. Have family conversations about Mental Health. Engage your children. Listen to what they are sharing with you. Engage your Business and work place. Engage your schools. Have community wide conversations about Mental Illness. Work together to take action. Create environments so that people know what Mental Illness looks like. Know the supports that are available to help.

Season 9 – Episode 4

Understanding Sensory Processing

In this Episode of The Health View host Yvonne Dunetz and Guest Allison Morgan discuss sensory processing. You will learn: How with sensory processing our bodies organize and filter out what is needed and not needed and decide how to respond. What it means to have a sensory overload. What to do when this occurs. Observation, what is comfortable. What therapeutically can be done to help the nervous system not be in a heightened stress state. How occupational therapists design a plan for what is comfortable, what is not comfortable, what is ok, what is the just right challenge, helping the brain to get accustom to certain feelings, examples of therapeutic tools to help calm the brain and the nervous system. The three essential sensory systems. What to do if you are noticing any processing challenges by being a compassionate observer. Observing what safety is for them, what they enjoy, helping them feel safe. Finding a good professional to help you when neurology is being challenged. Having a professional guide you. How to find an appropriate professional. Seeking out an Occupational Therapist.
What you can do environmentally at home, in school and other places. Being in stressful situations. What happens in life when you become in a heightened moment. Noticing what triggers within you when you are in a stressed state and what you can do to help yourself and more.

For Further Information:
Go to ZensationalKids.com to receive free downloadable information and tools.

Season 9 – Episode 3
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Season 9 – Episode 3

Neuroscience of the Brain and the Impact of Love

In this Episode of The Health View, Host Yvonne Dunetz, and Guest Allison Morgan, CEO, Founder of ZensationalKids.com review what people can do to have the tools they need working with themselves from the inside out. You will learn about: the function of the way we program our nervous systems and what happens to our bodies in a stressed state. How to recognize what state you are in. Examples of what you can do. The importance of taking time to acknowledge how we feel. How to Master the Mind. Taking time for yourself. Getting to know what’s in your body, mind, and emotions. Self Empowering tools to live your best life and much more.
For Further Information:
Go to ZensationalKids.com to receive free downloadable information and tools.

Season 9 – Episode 2
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Neuroscience of the Brain and the Impact of Love

In this Episode of The Health View, host Yvonne Dunetz and Guest, Dr. Chris Kukk, Author of “The Compassionate Achiever”, discuss how neuroscience is showing us how the brain and the entire human body is affected by compassion and love. You will learn: How compassion is strength. How one step of thinking affects the neuro-networks of the brain and the entire body and how it can impact your health and wellness. What happens outside of you affects what happens inside of you. What you can do in the classroom by utilizing the LUCA approach to help students learn better.
LUCA – Listen to Learn. Understand to know. Connect the capabilities. Act to Solve.
What is needed to help everyone be successful and how to create compassionate environments and communities.

For additional information:
Go to Charter for Compassion International to learn how to create compassionate communities and schools
https://charterforcompassion.org

Follow the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement at: http://www.jesselewischooselovemoveme…

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Season 9 Episode 1